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Aquatic Habitat Canada is a national network focused on helping governments, local communities, Indigenous organizations, industry stakeholders and conservation organizations to more effectively protect and restore healthy and resilient aquatic ecosystems.

Columbia River salmon face many challenges, including dams, climate change & habitat loss. Join us for a conversation about taking a collaborative approach to finding solutions, Thurs May 13 at 10am PT/ 11am MT. Register now:


On Monday May 17 from 2pm to 4pm, Kawartha Lakes Environmental Advisory Committee (KLEAC) will hold its first ever Environmental Round Table Summit https://bit.ly/3elY16B

Large commercial vessels transiting the west coast of #HaidaGwaii are asked to stay at least 50 nautical miles from shore. A Voluntary Protection Zone remains in place until Oct 31. For details on the @CHN_HaidaNation & @Transport_gc collaboration go to http://haidagwaii-vpz.ca

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