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Climate change requires that Canadians change how we think about water. Weather and water scientists are scratching their heads as precipitation patterns shift, and we prepare for conditions we may not have seen in our lifetime.
A forecast of waves up to 23 feet high on southern Lake Michigan came with a warning that lake watchers might want to enjoy the show from the safety of their cars.
Unionized workers threatening to strike along the St. Lawrence Seaway have pushed back their deadline to 5 p.m. Monday, as talks continue.
The National Parks Service is gauging public support for a proposed increase to entrance and camping fees at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore in Empire, Mich., beginning in January 2016 to invest in improvements.
The S.S. Badger's 2014 sailing season recently ended, and the ferry's owner is preparing for 2015 with a system designed to keep the coal ash from ending up in Lake Michigan.
What was originally planned as a celebration of the restoration of Michigan's White Lake, became a stage for an announcement some have been waiting to hear since 1985. At approximately 9:30 a.m., the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced that White Lake had been officially delisted as a Great Lakes Area of Concern.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has taken two sites along the Great Lakes in Michigan off a list of toxic hot spots after decades of remediation efforts. White Lake in Muskegon County and Deer Lake in Marquette County have been taken off the list.
TransCanada has officially filed for government approval for the $12 billion Energy East pipeline project with the National Energy Board.
Traffic on the St. Lawrence Seaway, which includes the Welland Canal, could halt on Friday afternoon, if a union follows through on a threat to strike.
Once winter weather starts discouraging visitors to the St. Clair River walkway near the Lambton Area Water System (LAWSS), OPntario, a construction crew is expected to move in to begin work on a $600,000 shoreline protection project.
A recent report from the U.S. Geological Survey and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service about the Fighting Island reef project in the Detroit River, Mich., shows the reef is producing lake sturgeon eggs and larvae.
Milwaukee, Wisc., may not be Los Angeles, but it is a city of angels and that's what the makers of "The Surface" needed to film their story of two survivors, adrift on Lake Michigan, who become each other's guardian angels.
I've attended at least five meetings in the last two decades on the Lake Michigan yellow perch collapse but twenty years of studies and meetings have produced no new program to help perch.
In Detroit, Mich., crews began clearing land to make way for a new bridge to Canada, according to the governor's office.
New York environmental officials are accepting public comments on their plan to check the spread of aquatic invasive species.
Great Lakes fishery managers worry that their operations may be harmed by invasive species, habitat loss and climate change in the long run, according to a new study.
The Lake Superior Binational Forum will host an open public meeting called on Friday, Nov. 14, in Red Cliff, Wisc.
Since the mid-1990s, the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa has been looking into the nearly 1,500 barrels that were dumped into Lake Superior by the U.S. military between 1959 and 1962.
Rising Lake Huron water levels raise shoreline erosion concerns for nearshore communities.
Results from the 2014 Ohio Division of Wildlife bottom trawl survey on Lake Erie showed an average walleye hatch and a good perch hatch.