4 Results for shoreline protection

Two sandstone reefs installed by the Prince Edward Island government along the Souris causeway are having their intended effect. The offshore breakwaters, or intertidal reefs, are designed to protect the causeway—the main route into town—and the picturesque shoreline from the punishing effects of climate change and storm surge events. Souris…

October 09, 2018 @ 10:58am

On October 4th, Councillor Jenny Gerbasi and Crescent Park Rescue officially opened the new Crescent Drive Park canoe and kayak launch site, located at 781 Crescent Drive in Winnipeg, Manitoba. “By increasing river access this project encourages active transportation and recreational use of our rivers,” said Municipal Relations Minister Jeff…

October 05, 2017 @ 11:35am

The Government of New Brunswick, with the federal government, will invest up to $3 million in strategic infrastructure and studies to support water quality improvements at Parlee Beach. Parlee Beach is also being declared as a unique feature of the environment. The declaration means developments that could affect the water…

May 11, 2017 @ 10:06am

[caption id="attachment_8781" align="alignright" width="330" caption="Via victoriabeachbeacon.com"][/caption] The Manitoba government is supporting a $100,000 pilot project to preserve and build up Victoria beach, Water Stewardship Minister Christine Melnick announced today. Through a grant to the Rural Municipality of Victoria Beach, the funding will help build up the beach using a process called…

April 27, 2011 @ 11:00am