Public Consultations

IJC Content

Public Comment on Recommendations by the International Red River Board on proposed nutrient concentration objectives and nutrient load targets for the Red River at the boundary between the United States and Canada

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The International Joint Commission invited public comment on recommendations made by the International Red River Board in a report describing proposed nutrient concentration objectives and nutrient load targets for the Red River at the boundary between the United States and Canada.

Canada-U.S. Air Quality Agreement 2016 Progress Report

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Closed
The Canada–US Air Quality Agreement (Agreement) directs the International Joint Commission (IJC) to invite public comments on progress reports prepared by the binational Air Quality Committee and to provide a synthesis of comments to the US and Canadian governments.

Watershed Management Plans to Reduce Nutrient Pollution in Lake Erie

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The IJC invited public comment on two reports outline how watershed management plans should be used to manage nutrient pollution in Lake Erie, and provide recommendations for key success factors needed to achieve meaningful nutrient load reductions.

Protection of the Waters of the Great Lakes

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When the International Joint Commission (IJC) submitted its report on Protection of the Great Lakes on February 22, 2001, the two federal governments authorized the Commission to review its recommendations after three years and at 10-year intervals thereafter. This report marks the 10th year since...

2014 Air Quality Agreement Progress Report

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Closed
Under the Air Quality Agreement, the IJC invites public comment and provides a synthesis of comments to the governments of Canada and the United States, to assist them with implementing the Agreement.

2012 Air Quality Agreement Progress Report

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Closed
Under the Air Quality Agreement, the IJC invites public comment and provides a synthesis of comments to the Governments of Canada and the United States (U.S.) to assist them with implementing the Agreement.