The International Joint Commission is very pleased to announce that Mr. David Burden has accepted the position of Director of the Commission’s Great Lakes Regional Office and will lead the binational regional office for the next four years.
The International Joint Commission (IJC) invites public comment on the U.S. and Canadian governments' 2016 Progress Report under the Canada-United States 1991 Air Quality Agreement.
The International Joint Commission (IJC) is pleased to announce that it has signed a supplementary order for Rainy and Namakan lakes that will result in broad ecological benefits while assisting in reducing flood peaks.
The International Joint Commission (IJC) has released initial work plans relating to the reduction of nutrient loading and the causes of harmful algal blooms (HABs) in the Lake Champlain-Missisquoi Bay and Lake Memphremagog basins.
In a report released today by the International Joint Commission titled Fertilizer Application Patterns and Trends and Their Implications for Water Quality in the Western Lake Erie Basin, an extensive analysis of existing data leaves little doubt that commercial fertilizer and manure applications…
The International Joint Commission (IJC) invites public comment on two reports from its Great Lakes Water Quality Board: Evaluating Watershed Management Plans, Nutrient Management Approaches in the Lake Erie Basin and Key Locations Outside of the Lake Erie Basin (August 2016) and Watershed…
In its First Triennial Assessment of Progress under the 2012 Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement (Agreement), the International Joint Commission (IJC) calls on Canada and the United States to set specific timelines and targets for making critical improvements to wastewater and drinking water…
The International Joint Commission (IJC) has appointed the International Souris River Study Board and issued a directive to investigate flooding and water supply issues in the Souris River basin.
Following receipt of the International Rainy and Namakan Lakes Rule Curves Study Board’s final report in late June, the International Joint Commission will be holding public hearings in the basin on its own report Draft Changes to the Rainy and Namakan Lakes Rule Curves for Public Comment.
On June 30th, 2017, the International Rainy and Namakan Lakes Rule Curves Study Board submitted its final report entitled Managing Water Levels and Flows in the Rainy River Basin to the International Joint Commission.