Lake Ontario Evenings
Please join us for the next Lake Ontario Evening celebrating the release of Within Reach, the Toronto and Region Remedial Action Plan 2015 Progress Report.
Lake Ontario Evenings are presented by the Toronto and Region Remedial Action Plan team. Toronto and Region is one of 40 locations around the Great Lakes where local environmental degradation may be causing harm to the wider Great Lakes system. A Remedial Action Plan (RAP) is a mandated process with the goal of cleaning-up, or remediating areas identified as having negative impacts on the Great Lakes. Lake Ontario Evenings are a speaker series and public forum that bring together individuals and organizations that work at the forefront of environmental challenges in Toronto and Region, Lake Ontario and the Great Lakes with the purpose of sharing ideas, learning from each other and raising awareness.
For more information about the RAP please visit http://torontorap.ca/
WHEN: Monday, 3 October 2016 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST) – Add to Calendar
WHERE: Gladstone Hotel – 1214 Queen Street West Toronto, ON M6J 1J6 CA – View Map
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Tagging Study Reveals Game Fish Coming Back To Revitalized Toronto Harbour Toronto Star – August 29, 2013
Toronto’s Clean Little Secret: The Fishing is Healthy Globe and Mail – August 24, 2013
High-Tech Fish Tagging in the Toronto Harbour Toronto Star – May 13, 2013
Acoustic Tagging Device Tracking Fish in Lake Ontario Global Toronto News – May 09, 2013
Walleye return to Toronto harbour and islands Toronto Star – September 22, 2010
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