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Minister Rod Phillips Releases Statement on the Great Lakes St. Lawrence...

Ontario’s Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks Rod Phillips issued the following statement on June 16, 2019 at the conclusion of the Great Lakes...

Great Lakes Mayors Sign Pact to Stop Asian Carp

As part of the 16th Annual Conference of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River Cities Initiative (GLSLCI), held June 5-7 in Sheboygan, Wisconsin,...

Asian Carp Monitoring Launches for 2019

Fisheries and Oceans Canada’s annual on-water operations to detect the presence of Asian carp species in the Canadian waters of the Great Lakes has...

Gov’t of Canada Releases Study on Risk of Grass Carp to...

Grass carp, one of four species of Asian carp, has the potential to disrupt the Great Lakes ecosystem and economy unless their spread is...

Canadian and US Mayors Call for Immediate Action on Asian Carp

Mayors from Canada and the United States are urging immediate action on the threat of Asian carp at Brandon Road Lock and Dam in...

Georgian Bay Great Lakes Foundation Asks U.S. to Eradicate Grass Carp

Georgian Bay Great Lakes Foundation (GBGLF) has issued an alert and called for Ohio and the U.S. EPA to begin Grass Carp eradication measures...

Michigan Awards Prizes for Great Lakes Invasive Carp Challenge

The State of Michigan has awarded $500,000 to the winners of the Great Lakes Invasive Carp Challenge, which sought solutions to the incursion of...

Ontario Joins Great Lakes Basin Partnership to Block Asian Carp

Yesterday, the State of Michigan’s Governor Rick Snyder announced the creation of a new Great Lakes Basin Partnership to Block Asian Carp with founding...

Canada’s Asian Carp Program Receives Five-Year Funding Commitment

Canada’s Asian Carp Program will receive up to $20 million over five years due to a new government investment. Announced by Karina Gould, Minister for...

Researchers Receive $16M for Real-Time Aquatic Ecosystem Observation Network

The Great Lakes will soon have a network of greater capacity to observe ecosystem changes thanks to a plan hatched by a University of Windsor researcher and...

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