The International Lake Ontario- St. Lawrence River Board announced that it will temporarily reduce outflows on Lake Ontario as water levels remain low on Lake St. Lawrence. Outflows will be decreased to provide marinas and shoreline dock owners with assistance at the end of the season to remove recreational boats. Read the full story by Inform NNY.
The Owen Sound Bug Juice North Stars senior B team hit the floor for the first time in over two years for Ontario Series Lacrosse action in Six Nations. The Rivermen topped the N’Stars 10-8 in a tightly contested contest at the Six Nations Sports and Cultural Memorial Centre this past Saturday. Owen Sound trailed […]
Witnesses are describing panic and fear in the aftermath of an explosion in Wheatley that levelled two buildings and sent seven people to hospital with serious injuries, as officials warn the situation in the town is still “unsafe and unstable.” Chatham-Kent officials said Friday 20 people were injured in Thursday’s dinner-hour blast at the corner […]
Data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory shows Lake Michigan has dropped nearly 3 feet since setting its record high in the summer of 2020. Read the full story by WOOD – TV – Green Bay, WI. Read the full story Tags: summer, Michigan, Daily News
A London-based umbrella group for seven First Nations communities in Southwestern Ontario is calling out anti-vaccine mandate protesters on Parliament Hill in Ottawa for misappropriating Indigenous symbols. “Among the many images of the convoy protest in Ottawa are videos of people dancing using Indigenous hand drums, participating in a mock peace pipe ceremony, and the […]
Warm weather in September and October has kept the Great Lakes’ water temperatures much warmer than normal for mid-November. A few of the Great Lakes are warmer than they have ever been since consistent water temperature tracking has been developed. Read the full story by MLive. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
A study by Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières found high concentrations of E. coli bacteria colonies are entering the St. Lawrence River in the Montreal area and following the current as far as Lake Saint-Pierre and Trois-Rivières. Read the full story by CBC News. Read the full story Tags: Daily News