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Carolyn DuBois

Carolyn DuBois is director, Water Program at the Gordon Foundation where she works with partners across sectors in Canada's North.

Opinion | BY CAROLYN DUBOIS | April 15, 2019
While Lake Winnipeg is only the sixth largest freshwater lake in Canada, its basin is home to seven million people spread across four Canadian provinces and four American states. The Lake Winnipeg Basin exemplifies a fundamental question facing Canadian water governance today: how can Canadian communities make effective, evidence-based decisions regarding our freshwater when our watersheds are so geographically diverse and span multiple jurisdictions? Image courtesy Wikimedia Commons
Opinion | BY CAROLYN DUBOIS | April 15, 2019
Opinion | BY CAROLYN DUBOIS | April 15, 2019
While Lake Winnipeg is only the sixth largest freshwater lake in Canada, its basin is home to seven million people spread across four Canadian provinces and four American states. The Lake Winnipeg Basin exemplifies a fundamental question facing Canadian water governance today: how can Canadian communities make effective, evidence-based decisions regarding our freshwater when our watersheds are so geographically diverse and span multiple jurisdictions? Image courtesy Wikimedia Commons