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December 2019

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Gift-wrapped holiday present

Our office will close at noon on Tuesday, Dec. 24, for the holidays. We will re-open on Monday, Jan. 6, 2020.

See you in the new year!

Dear LWF supporter,

Image of the LWF fall and winter 2019 newsletter cover

Extra! Extra!

The Fall & Winter 2019 edition of our newsletter, The Watershed Observer, is out! In this issue, you’ll discover why Manitoba’s rural landscape poses unique challenges to agricultural water stewardship (and how community-based monitoring can help), find out what happened at the Lake Winnipeg Indigenous Collective’s recent youth camp, and learn about an innovative soil research project – plus more!

Click here to read an online version of the Fall & Winter 2019 issue.

Wooden ornaments featuring Kal Barteski's script

Holiday gift ideas

Looking for a holiday gift that keeps on giving? Our fundraising efforts include product sales!

Proceeds from the sale of these unique items support a healthy Lake Winnipeg, which makes them a great gift for any lake-lover on your list.

Please note, we ship within Canada only using Canada Post’s regular parcel service. If you’re ordering online, remember to add “shipping cost” to your cart when placing your order and be advised that we can’t guarantee an arrival date, especially during the holidays. If at all possible, we recommend picking up your items in person at our Winnipeg office. Contact us to learn more – we’re happy to help!

Gift-wrapped holiday present

Holiday office closure

Our office will close at noon on Tuesday, Dec. 24, for the holidays. We will re-open on Monday, Jan. 6, 2020.

Wishing you a wonderful holiday season and a happy new year,

The LWF team

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Winnipeg's north end sewage treatment plant

Thank you to everyone who has advocated for protecting Lake Winnipeg through improved wastewater treatment. We have an exiting update to share.

On Dec. 5, the Manitoba government denied the City of Winnipeg’s request for a two-year extension to develop a plan for phosphorus reduction at the North End Water Pollution Control Centre (NEWPCC).

Instead, the province is requiring that an interim phosphorus reduction plan be in place by Jan. 31, 2020.

The province will also assist the city move forward on plans to fully upgrade the NEWPCC so that it meets all requirements of its operating licence...

Dear LWF supporter,

Winnipeg's north end sewage treatment plant

A few hours after we sent out our last e-update, something exciting happened, and we just had to share the news with you.

On Dec. 5, the Manitoba government denied the City of Winnipeg’s request for a two-year extension to develop a plan for phosphorus reduction at the North End Water Pollution Control Centre (NEWPCC).

Instead, the province is requiring that an interim phosphorus reduction plan be in place by Jan. 31, 2020. It will also assist the city move forward on plans to fully upgrade the NEWPCC.

To accomplish these goals, the provincial government is requiring Winnipeg to participate in two newly formed committees, to be co-chaired by city and provincial representatives. LWF has been invited to sit on one of these committees. Head to our website for more information on this new development.

Thank you to everyone who joined us in speaking up on this issue. Decision-makers have heard our collective voice. The efforts of lake-lovers are making a difference.

With gratitude,

The LWF team

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