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Title: GLIN: What's New and Notable

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What's New & Notable
01 May 2005

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I Love New York: Official Tourism Site for New York State

GLIN Site of the MonthThe Official New York State Tourism website features a searchable database of more than 12,000 attractions, accommodations, activities, events and other tourism opportunities. Interactive street-level mapping, point-to-point driving directions, and access to online accommodation and private and public campground reservations across the state are provided. Visitors are also invited to submit literature requests or questions, which are answered by Division of Tourism travel counselors.

Lake Superior Day: July 17, 2005

Celebrate one of the world's largest lakes on Sunday, July 17, by holding an event in your community, business, youth group or organization. For more information, contact Barb Nicol at (807) 343-8811 or bnicol@lakeheadu.ca; download flyer (PDF).

Great Lakes Restoration

This new section on GLIN offers a quick reference guide to the various restoration programs and campaigns currently underway at the regional, national and binational levels.

2005 Great Lakes St. Lawrence Mayors Conference

May 25-27, Québec City will host the 19th annual Mayors Conference, which will be held in collaboration with the Great Lakes Cities Initiative.

Environmental Education Ontario (EEON)

EEON is facilitating, developing and implementing a Strategic Plan for Environmental and Sustainability Education in Ontario.

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Christine Manninen
GLIN Webmaster
Great Lakes Commission
Ann Arbor, Mich.