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April 2018

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You’re invited to the Lake Winnipeg Foundation’s upcoming Annual General Meeting!

When: Tuesday April 24, 2018, at 7 p.m
Where: FortWhyte Alive (1961 McCreary Rd in Winnipeg)

This year’s guest speaker is Tom Janzen of Scatliff + Miller + Murray, who will share the results of a 2017 assessment of residential and cottage property values around Lake Winnipeg’s south basin. Commissioned by LWF, Tom’s report underscores the incredible economic value our great lake brings to our province.

LWF’s 2017 annual report, as well as proposed revisions to our organizational bylaws, will be available online...

In the lead up to Earth Day 2018, join LWF’s executive director and others for what will surely be an informative and interesting panel discussion!

When: Saturday, April 14, 1 to 3 p.m.
Where: John Black Memorial United Church, 898 Henderson Highway

Panelists include:

  • Dr. Alexis Kanu, Executive Director, Lake Winnipeg Foundation
  • Dr. Scott Higgins, Research Scientist, International Institute for Sustainable Development - Experimental Lakes Area
  • Dr. Eva Pip, Retired Biology Professor, University of Winnipeg

The event will be moderated by Hon. Terry Duguid, MP - Winnipeg South, who will also be...

With Winnipeg’s municipal election slated for October 2018, LWF’s advocacy is focused this year on municipal wastewater treatment. City of Winnipeg sewage treatment plants represent the single largest point source contributor of phosphorus to Lake Winnipeg. To ensure we’re doing our part for Lake Winnipeg, phosphorus reduction through upgrades to these facilities must be a civic priority.

Setting the Standard for Wastewater Treatment is Action 3 of the Lake Winnipeg Health Plan.

Our educational report on Winnipeg’s wastewater woes ("Sewage S.O.S.") was distributed through the Winnipeg Free...

Our Annual General Meeting is taking place on Tuesday, April 24, at FortWhyte Alive.

The 2017 annual report, as well as proposed revisions to our organizational by-laws, are now online for your review. Click here to read the report, and here to read the proposed revised by-laws. (To read our current by-laws, click here.)

FYI, past year’s annual reports can be found here.

At this year’s AGM, members in good standing will vote on a motion to approve the revised bylaws and elect LWF’s 2018/19 board of directors. We’ll also provide an update on our activities – and impact – over the past year...

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