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University of Waterloo opens aquatic threats research facility to study impact...

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The new Waterloo Aquatic Threats in Environmental Research (WATER) facility at the University of Waterloo aims to simulate and research aquatic stressors and threats...

Top five Great Lakes stories of 2021

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1. Canada and Ontario mark 50th anniversary of Great Lakes agreement The Governments of Canada and Ontario announced that they have signed the new Canada-Ontario Agreement...

Quentin Chiotti joins Matrix Solutions as practice lead for climate risk...

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Matrix Solutions has welcomed Quentin Chiotti as practice lead for climate risk and resilience. “Climate risk adaptation has become an essential consideration for our public...

Warmer, wetter, wilder: 38 million people in the Great Lakes region...

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The Great Lakes are getting warmer, wetter, and wilder. These atypical conditions are amplifying other threats. Harmful algal blooms are increasing in severity and...

Green roofs help Canadian cities adapt to climate change

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India, Germany, Belgium, and the U.S.A. experienced unprecedented rains and catastrophic floods that resulted in loss of life and widespread damage. While floods are...

P.E.I. launches new online coastal flood maps

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A new online mapping tool has been launched to help businesses, not for profits, government and all Islanders identify their vulnerability to coastal flooding...

Massive investment needed to ready Canada’s infrastructure for climate change: Report

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A new report finds that climate change impacts could leave Canadians physically and financially under water as a warming and increasingly volatile climate damages...

Canada must climate-proof its infrastructure investments: Report

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A new report from the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD), prepared with support from Infrastructure Canada, makes one thing clear: how we create and maintain...

Great Lakes communities to spend $2 billion combatting climate change

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A new report reveals that Great Lakes and St. Lawrence communities will spend nearly $2 billion over next five years to combat coastal damages...

Budget 2021: A Healthy Environment for a Healthy Economy

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Chrystia Freeland, deputy prime minister and minister of finance, released Budget 2021: A Recovery Plan for Jobs, Growth, and Resilience, on April 19, 2021. “This budget...

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