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Managing Cumulative Effects in the North
Managing Cumulative Effects in the North photo Canada’s North is blessed with an abundance of valuable natural resources —from diamonds to forests to oil and gas.

Commercial Chemicals Under Evaluation
Commercial Chemicals under Evaluation photo There are more than 23 000 chemicals in commercial use in Canada—from paint ingredients to pesticides...

Foul Play In The Great Lakes
Foul Play In The Great Lakes photo The past few summers have left a bad taste in the mouths of residents living on the shores of the Great Lakes...

St. Lawrence has its Ups and Downs
St.Lawrence has its Ups and Downs photo From the tiniest microorganisms at the bottom of the food chain to the giant ships that ply its channels, the waters of the St. Lawrence River are the lifeblood of an ecosystem that is a unique and integral part of Canada.

How Clean is Clean?
How Clean is Clean? photo The presence of chemicals in the environment has become a fact of life in the modern, industrialized world.

Quenching the Peace Athabasca Delta
Quenching the Peace Athabasca Delta photo The Peace Athabasca Delta in northern Alberta is one of the world’s largest inland freshwater deltas, and a wetland of international importance under the Ramsar Convention.

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