News Releases

The International Joint Commission (IJC) announced today that it has issued an Order of Approval renewing the State of Washington’s authority to operate Zosel Dam and making minor modifications in how water levels on Osoyoos Lake will be managed.
The International Joint Commission Great Lakes Regional Office was pleased to host the Great Lakes, Great Challenges Forum 2013 on March 14th on the campus of Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan. 
The International Joint Commission today recognized the 40th anniversary of the U.S. Clean Water Act as a major milestone in the cleanup of the Great Lakes.
The International Joint Commission today applauded the governments of Canada and the United States for updating the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement (Agreement). 
The International Joint Commission (IJC) announced today that it is inviting public comment via a bilingual public hearing by teleconference on the final report of its International Upper Great Lakes Study Board, Lake Superior Regulation: Addressing Uncertainty in Upper Great Lakes Water Levels.
The International Joint Commission (IJC) is pleased to announce that it has established International Lake Champlain-Richelieu River Plan of Study Workgroup to develop a plan of study concerning the record flooding of Lake Champlain and its tributaries, and of the Richelieu River.
The International Joint Commission of Canada and the U.S. today announced its priority work to develop recommendations to assist governments in implementing the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement (GLWQA).
The International Joint Commission (IJC) is inviting the public to comment on the International Missisquoi Bay Study Board’s final report on phosphorus loadings to Missisquoi Bay on Lake Champlain.
The International Joint Commission (IJC) has been asked to develop a plan of study concerning the record flooding of Lake Champlain and its tributaries, and of the Richelieu River which occurred in Spring 2011.
The International Joint Commission (IJC) will hold public information sessions to discuss a draft new approach to managing water levels and flows in the Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River system.