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Tag: Lake Ontario

Report: 2017 Lake Ontario Flood Not the Result of Outflow Protocols

A new report concludes that there were few surprises regarding how the plans used to regulate the outflows from Lake Superior and Lake Ontario...

Port Lands Flood Protection Project Breaks Ground

Yesterday, excavation commenced on a new river valley as part of the Port Lands Flood Protection project on Toronto’s waterfront. The project was designed to...

Brock University Launching Research Project on Coastal Flooding in Ontario

A research project examining how coastal communities can deal with the impacts of climate change will formally launch in the Town of Lincoln, Ontario...

Coastal Wetlands and Headwaters Protected by Conservation Measures

The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) made a string of announcements this week, which included two conservation initiatives that will protect Canadian water. Together, the...

Lake Ontario Is the Focus of the Fourth AquaHacking Challenge

Today, the fourth AquaHacking Challenge has launched. AquaHacking 2018 is calling on North American youth (18-35) and sector experts to unite in solving pressing issues...

Good News Stories from Combating Invasive Species in Canadian Ecoystems

Ducks Unlimited Canada (UDC) is honouring National Invasive Species Awareness Week, February 26th to March 2nd, by elevating the stories of conversation success in...

Deep Lake Cooling System in Toronto’s West-End to Be Expanded

A deep lake cooling system that provides district energy in Toronto will be expanded in a joint venture from Allied Properties REIT, Enwave Energy...

Duffin Creek Plant Finds Way Forward on Phosphorus Reduction

Ontario’s York and Durham regional municipalities have completed a study requested by the province’s Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change on strategies to further...

Evaluating the Costs of Cutting Phosphorus in Ontario

Nutrient loadings (particularly phosphorus) from human, agricultural, and industrial waste, combined with climate change, changes in land use patterns, and invasive species are creating...

Increased Cooperation to Support Great Lakes Transportation

The Great Lakes are a critical shared waterway, and cooperation between the United States and Canada has been key to the safety and efficiency...

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