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Jackfish Bay Area in Recovery - Status of Beneficial Use Impairments

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Jackfish Bay was designated an Area of Concern in 1987 under the Canada-United States Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement. Areas of Concern are sites on the Great Lakes system where environmental quality is significantly degraded and beneficial uses are impaired. Currently, there are 9 such designated areas on the Canadian side of the Great Lakes, 25 in the United States, and 5 that are shared by both countries. In each Area of Concern, government, community and industry partners are undertaking a coordinated effort to address the environmental challenges and beneficial uses through a remedial action plan.

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  • Author: Environment Canada and the Ontario Ministry of the Environment
  • Language of Document: Separate English/French
  • Document Type: Fact sheet
  • Cat. No.: En164-22/13-2011E-PDF
  • ISBN: 978-1-100-18066-3
  • Size: 21.6x28 cm
  • Pages: 8
  • Year: 2011