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Plan 2014 a win for Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence River wildlife
Approval of binational water level management plan proves it’s possible to create conservation measures that benefit freshwater species and habitat, local communities and industry at the same time.

St. Lawrence added to endangered rivers list. Here’s why
Plan to rehabilitate the river needs to be adopted by Canada and the United States

Ontario Signs Agreement with Ohio and Michigan to Improve Lake Erie Water Quality
Ontario and the states of Ohio and Michigan have reached an agreement to reduce the amount of phosphorous entering the Western Basin of Lake Erie by 40 per cent.

One year after its submission, governments have still not adopted Plan 2014
One year ago today, on June 19, 2014, the International Joint Commission (IJC) submitted a new water level and flow regulation plan for Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River to the governments of Canada and the United States.

A wave of support for Plan 2014
Plan 2014: Protecting against extreme water levels, restoring wetlands and preparing for climate change