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Great Lakes St. Lawrence Collaborative

On March 10, 2020, the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Collaborative submitted Action Plan 2020-2030 for the future of the Saint Lawrence to the Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, Federal Minister of Environment and Climate Change.

To see the report and summary document, please click here. #GLSLcollab

Click here to view the report and summary document in French.

June 18, 2019: The Great Lakes St. Lawrence Collaborative proposes a 10-year action plan to protect the Great Lakes and those who live by them from four key threats: climate change, toxics exposure, harmful algal blooms, and contaminated beaches.

Visit Great Lakes Action Plan 2030 to learn more. #GLActionPlan2030 #GLSLcollab

In October 2018, an independent panel with experts and advisors from across the Canadian portion of the Great Lakes and along the St. Lawrence River launched an 18-month process to develop recommendations for governments to safeguard Canada’s greatest reserve of fresh water.

The outcome of the collaborative process will be an Action Plan for both the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River, proposing new and innovative approaches to protection efforts and better alignment of government science, programs and investments to improve the health of the Great Lakes.

The Great Lakes St. Lawrence Collaborative has been championed by the following founding organizations: