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Lake Winnipeg Health Plan
1. Keeping Water on the Land
2. Conserving the Boreal Forest
3. Setting the Standard for Wastewater Treatment
4. Monitoring our Waterways
Lake Winnipeg Community-Based Monitoring Network
5. Managing our Shorelines
6. Promoting Agricultural Water Stewardship
7. Investing in a Clean Water Economy
8. Taking Responsibility
Science Advisory Council
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Walk for Water FAQ
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...for Lake Winnipeg 2020
Art Auction 2020
Bike to the Beach 2020
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Zebra Mussels 101
Community-Based Monitoring For Schools
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14 First Nations live on Lake Winnipeg's shores
More than 100 First Nations live in Lake Winnipeg's watershed
7 million people live in the watershed, but less than ...
25,000 people live along the lake's shore, or just ...
0.3% of the watershed's population
25,000,000 dollars in commercial fishing revenue annually
1,096 annual commercial fishing licences
Lake Winnipeg is the ...
10th largest freshwater lake in the world
3rd largest hydroelectric resevoir in the world
2nd largest watershed in Canada
Each year ...
7,900 tonnes of phosphorus enter the lake, but only ...
2,400 leave through its outlet, resulting in ...
5,500 tonnes of net phosphorus loading annually
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Remembrance Day 2020