The International Joint Commission (IJC) delivered recommendations to Canada and the United States today regarding a Plan of Study for flooding in the Lake Champlain Richelieu River basin.
At a meeting of the International Joint Commission (IJC) today in Ottawa presided by Canadian Chair the Hon. Joe Comuzzi, Commissioners Gordon Walker, Q.C. and the Hon. Benoît Bouchard made a solemn declaration to faithfully and impartially perform the duties assigned under the Boundary Waters…
The International Joint Commission (IJC) is inviting the public to comment on its proposed functions, structure and member competencies for its two advisory boards under the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement 2012.
In response to public concern about increased severe flooding, the International Joint Commission (IJC) has sent a letter to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs John Baird recommending funding of the Commission’s proposed Plan of Study for the Souris River…
The International Joint Commission (IJC) is inviting the public to comment on a proposal for managing the water levels and flows in Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River that will continue to contribute to the economic health of communities throughout the basin while improving the long-term…
The International Joint Commission (IJC) today released a report on how the health of the Great Lakes has changed over the past 25 years.
The International Joint Commission advised the governments of Canada and the United States, by letter dated April 15, 2013, that it will implement this year an improved plan for regulating Lake Superior outflows at Sault Ste. Marie.
The International Joint Commission (IJC) today met with the new Rainy-Lake of the Woods Watershed Board during the IJC Semi-Annual meeting.
Today, the International Joint Commission’s Great Lakes Regional Office (GLRO) celebrated its 40th anniversary.
For two days next week (Feb. 25-26), top experts from both Canada and the U.S. will gather in Windsor, Ontario to review scientific papers, discuss findings and develop recommendations regarding the biggest challenge facing Lake Erie – harmful algae.