Environment Canada is calling for up to 100 millimetres of rain to fall by Thursday morning.
The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy on Friday appointed a new clean water public advocate. Read the full story by The Detroit News. Read the full story Tags: Energy, Michigan, Daily News, Detroit
A Local manufacturer has just released the details of its new wage structure, as it implements a Living Wage.
After receiving more than 22,000 images from all around the world, the winners of the Bird Photographer of the Year have been chosen. The winner of the £5,000 grand prize (approx. $8,771 CAD) has been awarded to Mexican photographer Alejandro Prieto. The winning photograph shows a roadrunner looking up at the U.S.-Mexico border with confusion. … Continued
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There may be trouble brewing on the horizon for the common loon (Gavia immer). Birds Canada has released a summary report for its Canadian Lakes Loon Survey (CLLS) program, pulling together all of the data collected by over 4000 volunteer citizen scientists since the program began 40 years ago. The report shows a significant decrease … Continued
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The all-candidates meeting was hosted by the Owen Sound Chamber of Commerce Tuesday night.
A line of severe thunderstorms capable of producing tornadoes is expected to threaten the area for most of Tuesday evening.
Fresh funds are being infused into the federal Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, promising a lasting effect on the humans who rely on the great inland sea and the fish that will swim in its cleaner waters. Read the full story by The Buffalo News. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
The St. Lawrence River community of Clayton, New York was visited on September 9 by University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability Associate Professor Dr. Andrew Gronewold. Dr. Gronewold visited the North Country to lead a discussion on findings from his research on water levels in the Great Lakes. Read and hear the full…
I’m going to be cleaning the dock this season. Could you tell me what product I can use that will not pollute the lake?—Peter Kuzik, via email Sadly, no. Unless you count water. “There are lots of ‘biodegradable’ cleaners out there, but you’re best not to add them to the lake,” says Rob Davis, the … Continued
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Environment Canada has issued a tornado warning for Grey and Bruce counties following numerous tornado reports.
Rainfall amounts of 30 mm to 50 mm possible in some areas.
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