About 40 scientists from five Canadian universities were scheduled to use the icebreaker CCGS Amundsen for the first leg of a 133-day expedition across the Arctic. It’s part of a $17-million, four-year project led by the University of Manitoba that looks at both the effects of climate change as well as public health in remote Read more about BaySys researchers redirected[…]
Congratulations to Lake Winnipeg Foundation’s Dr. Alexis Kanu and Create H2O’s Taylor Morriseau for being nominated for future 40 finalists on CBC! Both of you are great women in science role models!
Zebra mussels haven’t spread to any new Manitoba lakes this year — yet, officials say
Researchers at U of Winnipeg, U of Waterloo, Queens’s University, U of Saskatchewan and Wilfrid laurier University find Manitoba Lakes some of the highest for internal phosphorous loading.
CBC interviews Grassy River FN residents about mercury in their environment.
Read Lake Winnipeg Foundations’s Dr. Alexis Kanu and the International Institute for Sustainable Development’s Dimple Roy’s commentary on helping Lake Winnipeg.
Fish on antidepressants. #thestruggleisreal
Diane Adams, a metis student at the University of Saskatchewan School of Public Health,hopes participating in a national fellowship to create clean energy strategies for Canada will help put an end to ‘energy poverty’ in Indigenous, rural and remote communities. Diane is also part of the Create H20 Program at the University of Manitoba. Congratulations Read more about A clean future – School of Public Health – University of Saskatchewan[…]