What's New Kamps: Proposed nuclear waste dump on Lake Huron is ‘insane’ The Voice (6/24) Ontario Power Generation is proposing to build a 2,200-foot-deep geological repository in a limestone formation to hold all of the low and intermediate waste from Ontario's 20 nuclear reactors. The proposed site for the dump is in Kincardine, Ontario, less than a mile from Lake Huron.
Invasive crab makes strange appearance in Cootes Paradise The Hamilton Spectator (6/22) Scientists at the Royal Botanical Gardens between Hamilton and Burlington, Ontario, are scratching their heads about the bizarre discovery this week of a live Asian crab, a creature listed as one of the 100 worst invasive species on Earth.
Invasive water chestnut found in Rideau The Ottawa Citizen (6/15) European water chestnut grows so thick on the surface of lakes and rivers that it cuts off the light beneath and, for good measure, sucks up the water’s oxygen. And now this invasive plant is in Ottawa, Ont.
Wastewater treatment facility online in Iroquois Cornwall Seaway News (7/29) Thanks to a funding partnership between Canada, Ontario and the Municipality of South Dundas, the Iroquois Wastewater Treatment Plant is fully upgraded and operational.
General Resources Government of Ontario A starting point to guide you to the many resources available from Ontario's agencies, plus facts about the province's history, culture, natural resources and economy.
Economy Agriculture Issues Ontario Federation of Agriculture The Ontario Federation of Agriculture is currently working on over 100 issues that affect the agricultural community.
Canadian Transportation Research Gateway Transport Canada The Canadian Transportation Research Gateway (CTRG) is intended to provide access to evaluated websites, through a single gateway, for researchers, students, government, and industry.
Environment Conservation Ontario Conservation Ontario is a network of 36 Conservation Authorities of Ontario, community-based environmental organizations dedicated to conserving, restoring, developing and managing natural resources on a watershed basis.
Ecological Monitoring and Assessment Network Environment Canada The Ecological Monitoring and Assessment Network (EMAN) is made up of linked organizations and individuals involved in ecological monitoring in Canada to better detect, describe, and report on ecosystem changes.
Environment Canada, Our Great Lakes Part of Environment Canada's national Green Lane initiative, Our Great Lakes is an index of the agency's Great Lakes programs, publications and databases.
Environmental Defence Canada Formerly known as the Canadian Environmental Defence Fund, Environmental Defence Canada protects the environment and human health.
Environmental Education Ontario (EEON) Believing that Ontario needs more environmental and ecological education, EEON has set as its task the facilitation, development and implementation of a Strategic Plan for Environmental and Sustainability Education.
Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research (GLIER) University of Windsor GLIER research is currently focused on two interrelated themes; environmental chemistry and toxicology, and conservation and resource management, that assess the impact of multiple stressors on large lakes and their watersheds.
Living By Water Project The mission of the Project is "working towards healthier human and wildlife habitat along the shorelines of Canada", and to help shoreline residents obtain information to protect their property, prevent problems like erosion, and protect water quality, fish and wildlife habitat.
Nature Conservancy of Canada For over 40 years, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) has been working to protect Canada’s most threatened natural habitats and the endangered species that call them home.
Ontario Conserves/ConservAction Ontario Government of Ontario This web site gives Ontarians the opportunity to learn from experts and each other about ways to reduce home energy costs and to preserve and protect our precious natural resources for generations to come.
Ontario Nature Federation of Ontario Naturalists Ontario Nature protects and restores natural habitats through research, education and conservation, connecting thousands of individuals and communities with nature.
Ontario Society for Environmental Education (OSEE) OSEE is a professional organization whose members are elementary, secondary, and post-secondary teachers, people who teach in outdoor education centres or parks, and people who are involved directly or indirectly with environmental education.
St. Lawrence Centre As the only federal research and development center devoted entirely to the river ecosystem, the St. Lawrence Centre conducts research programs aimed at studying the various ecosystems and keeping the knowledge base about the river up to date.
The Lakes of Canada Canada's Aquatic Environments Physical attributes and watershed characteristics of the 10 largest lakes in Canada and selected others.
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) TRCA's mission is to work with their partners to ensure that The Living City is built upon a natural foundation of healthy rivers and shorelines, greenspace and biodiversity, and sustainable communities.
Tourism The Great Lakes Circle Tour Ride along on the 6,500-mile Great Lakes Circle Tour: a scenic, international road system connecting the five Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River! For new visitors to the region, this online travel guide offers informational maps, road routes and estimated mileages, and links to major cities, camping and recreation areas, and natural attractions.
Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail Waterfront Regeneration Trust Stretching 218 miles (350 km) along the shore of Lake Ontario, the Waterfront Trail integrates ecological health, economic vitality and a sense of community.
Ontario Explorer Part of the CanExplore network This application offers a complete map-based tour of the province of Ontario, highlighting tourism and travel activities.
Travel Ontario Government of Ontario Links to travel and tourism information in Ontario.