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Are you determined to make the Ottawa River the most accessible and cleanest capital river to swim, drink, and fish? Show your support for collaboration!
Fishing villages are popping up on the frozen rivers and lakes in our watershed with crowds of fishermen and women eagerly awaiting a nibble on their lines.
Help us share the message that we need a new, inclusive and collaborative approach to protecting our river.
The government’s current plan for triclosan, which should be finalized in 2020, will require anyone using over 100kg of triclosan annually to create and implement a plan to reduce usage by 30% in 3 years. We believe this isn't enough.
We spoke with Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna about the future of the Ottawa River and how a wide range of stakeholders must work together to ensure we can all continue to swim, drink, and fish in the river for generations to come.