to spend $13-million on Great Lakes
Globe and Mail
April 22, 2004
Ontario's Liberal government will spend $13-million this
year as part of a continuing five-year, $50-million effort
started by its Conservative predecessor to clean up the
Great Lakes Basin, Environment Minister Leona Dombrowsky
The $13-million instalment is part of the $50-million
commitment made in 2002 by the Tories when they forged
an agreement with Ottawa on the restoration of the pollutant-laced
Mr. Dombrowsky made yesterday's announcement jointly
with Natural Resources Minister David Ramsay, who said
the province is already engaged in a host of projects
to protect biodiversity and rehabilitate wildlife populations
and habitats within the Great Lakes.
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