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.
Read Lake Winnipeg Foundations’s Dr. Alexis Kanu and the International Institute for Sustainable Development’s Dimple Roy’s commentary on helping Lake Winnipeg.
Great announcement by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change Canada re: $25.7 M for funding for Lake Winnipeg. The Universty of Manitoba and CanWin’s very own Dr. Greg McCullough discusses what the fund may want to support. Dr. McCullough also represented CanWIN in an earlier invite only stakeholder meeting with the Minister!
The Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Catherine McKenna, announced that the Government of Canada will invest $25.7 million in the Lake Winnipeg Basin Program, which is part of the $70.5-million funding allocated for freshwater protection in Budget 2017. This program is part of broader efforts by this Government to advance work on freshwater management Read more about Feds Invest $26M in the Lake Winnipeg Basin Program[…]
The Nature of Things – Saving Lake Winnipeg The Nature of Things reveals how a perfect storm of agriculture, hydro practices, sewage run-off, flooding and marsh destruction has devastated Lake Winnipeg.