Checking In on the Great Lakes

published 2 months ago

For more than a century, Canada and the United States have worked together through the International Joint Commission (IJC) to protect one of North America's most valuable resources, the Great Lakes. In 2016, the IJC introduced a new plan to regulate water levels in Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River, which residents say has led to widespread flooding. Pierre Béland, IJC's Canadian chair and commissioner, joins The Agenda to discuss those concerns and other issues facing the Great Lakes.

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