Making the Great Lakes Great Again

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Taken together, the Great Lakes hold 20 per cent of Earth's freshwater, are the size of the U.K., and have more than 40 million Canadians and Americans living around them. Today, there is also much less winter ice cover and more algae blooms and invasive species. With a new president installed in the White House and a new opportunity for the Canada and the U.S. to work in harmony, The Agenda examines the health and fate of these precious natural resources.
An MP Goes Her Own Way
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