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What you'll find at the new (Infographic)

IJC staff
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A lot of time and thought have gone into this latest version of, the first major redesign of the site in nine years. You should find the International Joint Commission’s new online home to be more appealing, and easier-to-use.

What’s housed here? In putting this redesign together, we’ve sifted through and uploaded historical files and images, consolidated information from various project and event sites, and added interactive maps of the transboundary basins that we focus on as part of our mandate.

Think of it as a virtual office that’s always open to the public (and still under renovation for a bit).

The infographic below will give you an idea of the collection of pages that showcase the gigabytes of data now available at As you use and get used to how the new site is arranged and populated, please contact us if you have questions, suggestions or corrections.

We’ll use your feedback to continue to improve the site. The IJC is always working on various initiatives, with a focus on public awareness and environmental stewardship.

If you ever wonder “What’s going on” with a particular basin or project, check back to this newsletter page, or subscribe to receive periodic newsletter updates.

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