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Tag: Mackenzie River basin

Peel Watershed Regional Land Use Plan Has Been Finalized

The Peel Watershed Regional Land Use Plan has been finalized nearly 15 years after the Peel Watershed Planning Commission was formed. Leaders from the Governments...

Alberta and NWT Release First Progress Report on Bilateral Transboundary Water...

The Government of Alberta and the Government of the Northwest Territories have released a report regarding year one of implementation of the Alberta-Northwest Territories Transboundary...

A Renewed Outlook for B.C.’s Freshwater

As B.C.’s new government embarks on the hard work of fulfilling its platform commitments and ministerial mandates, there will be no shortage of pressing...

Local and Traditional Knowledge in Watershed Governance

A new report released today by researchers from the University of Alberta shares the early results of efforts to capture Traditional Indigenous Knowledge about social-ecological changes...

Rosenberg Forum Convenes to Discuss the Mackenzie River Basin

The governance of Canada’s massive Mackenzie River Basin holds enormous national and global importance due to the watershed’s impact on the Arctic Ocean, international...

WWF Urges Government to Protect Athabasca

Today, WWF-Canada released Securing Environmental Flows in the Athabasca River, a report that urges government agencies to demonstrate their commitment to protecting Alberta’s lower...

Rising Tensions

Named Deh Cho, or “big river,” by the Dene people, the Mackenzie River is one of the world’s few remaining large, free-flowing rivers, and...

Protecting the Mackenzie River Basin: NNSOnline

Michael Miltenberger says a way already exists to deal with the preservation of quality and flow of water in the Mackenzie River basin, reports...

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