In the News

News Roundup – August 26, 2016

It’s been a busy summer for Ottawa Riverkeeper! To see what we’ve been up to this month, check out the news coverage we’ve received.

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Montreal Sewage Dump

We share your anger about the 8 billion litres of untreated sewage flowing into the St Lawrence River over the next 7 days. We think it’s disgusting. The silver lining of this situation is the number of people taking notice and speaking up to end the practice of dumping untreated sewage in our rivers, lakes and oceans.

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Dream Job: Apply Now!

Have you heard? We’re on the lookout for a dynamic, bilingual Executive Director. If you’re serious about freshwater protection, we want you on our team!

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Nature Inspiration Award Winner

The entire team of volunteers, supporters and employees at Ottawa Riverkeeper congratulates Meredith Brown, winner of the Canadian Museum of Nature’s 2015 Inspiration Award.

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Our American Eels in the News

The American eel is one of the Ottawa River’s key biological links to the Atlantic Ocean traveling from the Sargasso Sea in the Atlantic up the St. Lawrence River to the Ottawa. Researchers have finally followed an adult eel from the St. Lawrence to their breeding grounds near Bermuda proving that they do in fact return…

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