In the News

Fish Kill Incidents: Quebec government released its findings

On August 15, the Minstère de l’Environnement et de la Lutte contre le changement climatique announced that power station operator Brookfield was responsible for this summer’s four fish kill incidents on the Lièvre River. Below is our response to this latest development.

Continue Reading >

Fish Kill Incident on Rivière du Lièvre: updated August 9th

Multiple fish kill incidents occurred in July 2019 in the Lièvre river. After receiving eyewitness reports, we contacted authorities and took our boat out to survey the situation and take water samples. Investigations are ongoing and many questions remain.

Continue Reading >

6 things you should know about the 2019 Flooding

There has been a lot of talk about how much water was in our watershed this year. But where did it all come from? How has this contributed to the flooding?

Continue Reading >

Flooding in the Ottawa River watershed

The flooding of the Ottawa River is affecting thousands of people, and we want to make sure that everyone is safe and has access to the resources they need.

Continue Reading >

Ottawa Riverkeeper studies plans for permanent disposal of radioactive waste beside the Ottawa River

How do you feel about 1 000 000 m3 of radioactive waste being abandoned in an “engineered landfill” beside your Ottawa River?

Continue Reading >
« Older Entries