Water knows no political boundaries

The International Joint Commission protects shared waters and is a model for Canada-US co-operation.

International Joint Commission Photo
Record flooding in 2011 spilled over the border, affecting both Lake Champlain in Vermont and the Richelieu River in Quebec. The International Joint Commission established a working group afterward to examine what studies would be needed both to evaluate the causes of the flooding and develop mitigation solutions, among other tasks.
Camille Mageau
Published: Wednesday, 06/05/2013 12:00 am EDT


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