Thanks to our first Prime Minister Sir John A. Macdonald, Canadians have had the historic right to navigate the millions of lakes, rivers, and streams of Canada without being impeded by pipelines, bridges, power lines, dams, mining and forestry equipment, and more for 130 years.
Thanks to current Prime Minister Stephen Harper, that will no longer be the job of the Government of Canada.
If your favorite lake or river is not mentioned in Bill C-45, you’re out of luck. Chances are, it’s not; only 62 rivers and 93 lakes are on the list.
Look for your lake or river on the list below. (It won’t take you long!)
If it’s not there, tell us!
All Canadian waterways
St. Lawrence River
ALL OF THEM!!!!
Lakes, Great Central, Woss, Nitinat, Nimpkish, Sproat, Kennedy, Cameron, Cowichan, Shawnigan, Comox, Campbell, Buttle, Horne, Spider, Thetis, Rivers: Vedder, Chilliwack, Nitinat, Nimpkish, Englishman, Goldstream, Sooke, Cowichan, Big and Little Qualicum
Little Qualicum River
All lakes on the mainland of NS are unprotected
North & South Ram Rivers
Bay of Quinte
St. Mary's River
Attawapiskat River - Mukeiti lake Ring of Fire area
All the rivers and lakes need to be protected - they belong to all citizens of the world, not just Canadians - they are part of the earth's environment -they are not a comodity
All our water needs protection
Cowichan Lake Cowichan River
ALL !!! Lakes And Rivers Across Canada And World !!!
Nanaimo River and Cameron Lake
Black River, Prince Edward Co
Sunny Water, Temagami
Wolf Lake,Temagami Park
Kipawa Lake/Brennan (Sairs) Lake
Kipawa Lake~Brennan(Sairs) Lake
Pine Lake (St. Alphonse de Rodrigues)
Sturgeon River, Wawiaskashi Lake (A.K.A. Grassy Lake), ALL OF CANADA LAKES!! Why are some more important than others??
Roblin Lake and Shadow Lake
Buffalo Lake in central Alberta
peter pond lake
Gull Lake, Sylvan Lake, Red Deer, Blindman & Old Man river