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Okanagan’s transboundary waters focus of meeting and film premiere

Kelowna, B.C. – The Okanagan watershed straddles the Canada-U.S. border, requiring joint water management to meet the various needs for a clean, sustainable supply.  This is done by the International Joint Commission’s “International Osoyoos Lake Board of Control (IOLBC),” a

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Osoyoos Lake Board of Control annual meeting to premiere “A River Film”

The International Osoyoos Lake Board of Control holds its annual public meeting on October 17, 6-8:15 p.m. at the Sonora Centre, 8505 68 Ave., in Osoyoos. This meeting will feature the premiere of A River Film, a documentary about the

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Luck with rains and prudent water management prevented repeat of 2015 droughts this year

September 27, 2016 – Osoyoos Times Despite some worries at the start of the summer, water managers dodged a bullet this year thanks to June and July rainfall. As September draws to a close, local water users are now safely

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IJC Blog

Western Drought and Salmon Top Agenda for 2015 Osoyoos Lake Water Science Forum 2015/09/16 By Anna Warwick Sears, Ph.D. Executive Director, Okanagan Basin Water Board Kelowna, British Columbia   Water can be a great glue – joining people together to


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Osoyoos Lake Water Science Forum – 2011

Conference Overview: Osoyoos Lake is a microcosm of global concerns. This beautiful lake spans the Canada United States border in the Okanagan River basin, and has many environmental challenges. The 2011 Osoyoos Lake Water Science Forum focused attention on the


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