At the 2023 Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River Day on Parliament Hill in May, the IJC and several binational and Canadian organizations met with Canadian members of Parliament and senators to discuss approaches to restoring and protecting the basin’s resources.
Great Lakes Day events resumed in-person this year, as IJC Commissioners and staff spent the week in Washington, D.C., to inform US lawmakers about the IJC’s Great Lakes water quality roles and responsibilities.
To know why salts are increasing in a river system, you need to know where they’re coming from. A project to pinpoint sources of increasing sulfate in the Red River basin hopes to help do that in coming months.
The latest Osoyoos Lake Water Science Forum was well-attended by residents of Canada and the United States, both Indigenous and non-Indigenous.