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US Co-Chair Jane Corwin and Canadian Co-Chair Pierre Béland of the International Joint Commission will host a webinar on high water levels in Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River on April 3rd 2020. A French language webinar will take place at 9:30 a.m. (EDT) and the English language webinar will…
The International Joint Commission (IJC) recently received $1.5 million in funding from the United States, with an additional $1.5 million in matching funds from Canada, to investigate possible improvements that could be made to Lake Ontario outflow regulation activities.
The International Joint Commission will be hosting a webinar on high water levels in Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River. The webinar will take place on Friday, March 6 at 12:00pm (EST) in English. The presenter will be Jane Corwin, US Co-Chair of the IJC. A webinar in French will take place on…
The International Joint Commission (IJC) announced today that it supports the strategy of its International Lake Ontario-St. Lawrence River Board (Board) to set maximum Lake Ontario outflows until March 31, before the start of the navigation season on April 1.
The International Joint Commission (IJC) has extended the public comment period on proposed recommendations for nutrient concentration targets for the Red River until March 28, 2020.

The International Joint Commission (IJC) is seeking public comments on proposed recommendations for nutrient pollution targets for the Red River.

The International Joint Commission (IJC) is seeking public comments on proposed recommendations for nutrient pollution targets for the Red River.

The roundtables, listening sessions and public meetings this past summer and fall have been held, and the online survey was completed by more 730 people.

The International Joint Commission (IJC) and the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne (MCA) met on October 8, on Cornwall Island to discuss issues of mutual concern, including the Grasse River Remediation project; and other issues related to the progress of governments in meeting the objectives of the Great…
The U.S. Geological Survey has developed a method that will support its popular StreamStats application for the first time in a watershed shared by two countries.