The Winnipeg office of the Red River Basin Commission moved. You can find us now at:
203-1111 Munroe Ave.
***12th Annual Fish Dinner Gala Cancelled***
March 19, 2020 - Sunova Centre (48 Holland Rd. - West St. Paul, MB)
The Red River Basin Commission-North Chapter is taking the ongoing concerns surrounding COVID-19 seriously. We have been closely monitoring recommendations from the government and consulting with leading experts. Though we feel we could have hosted a safe event for you all, a decision was made this weekend to eliminate any risks. As a result, the 12th Annual Fish Dinner Gala will be cancelled.
We apologize for the inconvenience and thank our supporters for their understanding and patience, as we made this decision.
Though we are cancelling this event, in recognition of World Water Day and Saving Netley Marsh, we want to ensure you that our efforts continue. If restored, the Netley-Libau Marsh can play a strong role in keeping Lake Winnipeg healthy.
Protecting our waters is everyone's responsibility!
Stay safe and well, and we hope to see you all very soon!
* Tickets purchased for the Gala will be refunded within the next 30 days. If you rather continue helping us, you can make a donation
The International Joint Commission is holding a public hearing on water quality standards for the Red River
The International Joint Commission (IJC) will hold a public hearing on February 12 (7-9 pm) in Winnipeg on proposed recommendations for nutrient pollution targets. It will be also accepting comments by mail, email and online until February 28.
For more information, Click here
Corps of Engineers begins winter drawdowns in Red River of the North basin
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Tile Drainage Municipal By-Law Template
A step-by-step guide to considerations to assist in creating their own Tile Drainage By-Laws. Click Here
Tile Drainage Webinars
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North Ottawa Nutrient Capture
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