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GLIN==> speak up on the GLWQA



NEW:  for those of you who have not visited the IJC web site lately, I
encourage you to check out our site.

 

 

Go to www.ijc.org <http://www.ijc.org/>  and look for our recent postings:

 


 


 


Call for nominations -- The IJC is seeking nominations for its 2005 Biennial
Award for Great Lakes Science. Do you know someone deserving?
<http://www.ijc.org/rel/2005biennial/2005bienniumaward.html> Nominate them
today!

 


 <http://www.ijc.org/rel/boards/b_board/en/index.php> New! The IJC launches
bulletin board discussion room
What do you think about the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement? Does it
need to be updated? Is the scope of the agreement still as sound in 2004 as
it was in 1978? Do you have a vision for the future of the Lakes you want to
share and shape? These are questions the governments of the U.S. and Canada
will face this year as they begin to review the effectiveness of this
historic agreement-- the IJC is interested in your views and looking for
your input.


And, for students, share your views in a
<http://www.ijc.org/rel/boards/b_board_youth/en/index.php> discussion room
just for you. 

 

 

 

 

Please have your views heard.

 

Dr. Gail Krantzberg

Director, Great Lakes Regional Office

International Joint Commission

100 Ouellette Ave, 8th floor

Windsor, ON, N9A 6T3

519 257 6715

fax 257 6740

krantzbergg@windsor.ijc.org

 

Thanks for Making the Lakes Great

 

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