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Lake Ontario, Our Future to Shape

  • Rattray Marsh Mississauga, ON Canada (map)
Taking a close look at microplastics skimmed from Lake Ontario, south of Humber Bay with Ontario Streams. (Photo by Gabrielle Parent-Doliner)

Taking a close look at microplastics skimmed from Lake Ontario, south of Humber Bay with Ontario Streams. (Photo by Gabrielle Parent-Doliner)

Lake Ontario, Our Future to Shape is a unique opportunity for students to learn about the importance of the Great Lakes and the Credit River through educational hands-on activities. Around 100 high school students in grades 11 and 12 will come from across the Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board to participate in the conference.

Krystyn Tully, Founder and Vice-President, Lake Ontario Waterkeeper will deliver a Keynote Address at 10:00 am

Other speakers include Cat Criger (Traditional Indigenous Elder, University of Toronto), Carolyn O’Neill (Manager, Great Lakes Office, Ministry of Environment and Climate Change), Kyl Morrison (Credit River Métis Council), Rochelle Archibald (A Greener Future), and much more.