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Summer 2020 at CEOS

Introduction My name is Casey Clair. I am a 4th year student in the Faculty of Earth, Environment, and Resources here at the University of Manitoba. Some of you may remember last year’s blog post about Katelyn’s and my time around Waterhen, Manitoba. Due to the unforeseen circumstances of Covid-19, I was not able to Read more about Summer 2020 at CEOS[…]

2019 Freshwater ecology day, Fort Whyte

CEOS at FortWhyte Alive’s Freshwater Ecology Day

Researchers working on the Manitoba Great Lakes Project (MBGL) at CEOS, University of Manitoba, were happy to be invited to once again participate in Freshwater Ecology Day at FortWhyte Alive. Through this program, 78 students and their teachers from 8 different urban and rural Manitoba schools took part in water sampling, water chemistry testing, shoreline restoration with Read more about CEOS at FortWhyte Alive’s Freshwater Ecology Day[…]

Lake Winnipeg Satellite Image

ND officials: Optimism builds over $1 billion water pipeline to serve Red River Valley, central ND | Grand Forks Herald

35 U.S. communities ahve committed to a project aiming to pipe water from th Missouri to the Sheyenne River, which flows into the Red River. The project would cost $1 billion dollars and start in 2019.

Dr. Alexis Kanu

Hoop dancer, teenage science whiz among Future 40 finalists – CBC News

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!

Feds Invest $26M in the Lake Winnipeg Basin Program

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[…]

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