In the lead-up to Winnipeg’s Oct. 26 election, we are urging all candidates to commit to achieving phosphorus compliance at the city’s North End Water Pollution Control Centre (NEWPCC). We expect Winnipeg’s next mayor and council to fulfill the city’s responsibility to Lake Winnipeg.
Together with the Lake Winnipeg Indigenous Collective (LWIC), we reached out directly to all mayoral candidates with an offer to discuss evidence, impacts and solutions to achieve phosphorus compliance at NEWPCC. Since early August, we’ve met with eight mayoral candidates: Chris Clacio, Scott Gillingham, Kevin...
Looking for a career that will grow along with you? LWF is currently seeking exceptional candidates interested being in our full-time Program Coordinator!
This unique opportunity will be ideal for a relationship-builder with a passion for freshwater stewardship and grassroots initiatives. This position will require the ability to engage enthusiastically with volunteers, community members and watershed partners. If you are a team player with a science background, and keen to work alongside citizens and communities to protect our shared waters, we want to learn all about you.