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    Environment CanadaLove the water? Did you know that phosphorus and nitrogen are key nutrients for plant growth in lakes? Aquatic plants and animals need some nitrogen and phosphorus for healthy growth, but if there is too much, they can cause nuisance plants and too much algae. This changes the habitat for fish that live in the lakes and can reduce the enjoyment for people who swim or boat there. Each year, federally-supported projects will prevent nearly 15 000 kg of phosphorus from reaching the Lake Winnipeg basin, and about 4 040 kg is prevented from reaching Lake Simcoe. http://ow.ly/4mPvLo
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    Environment CanadaNotice anything different? Today’s the day! Our account name is officially Environment and natural resources in Canada. We hope our new name makes us easier to find, and better reflects the type of content you’re looking for. Thank you for being part of our community. We look forward to continuing to provide tips and information on how to enjoy and protect our environment and natural resources.
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    Environment CanadaNew name: same great content! The account name is now changed to Environment and Natural Resources in Canada, but the focus of the account will remain the same. Our content is still about the environment and ways to enjoy it and protect it! You can still expect to find content from various Government of Canada departments. Join us in learning more about the environment, its natural resources and how to protect it.
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    Environment CanadaWe have a new and improved name! Since our move to a Facebook account representing various Government of Canada Department’s last summer, there has been much discussion about the name of the account. We heard you. Thanks for following and we hope this new name is easier to find!.

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    Environment CanadaLast December, the global community reached an historic climate agreement. Now it’s time to move from commitments to actions. Ask your questions and join the live conversation with World Bank President Jim Yong Kim on what it will take to deliver effective climate action after Paris: http://wrld.bg/10x59N
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    Environment CanadaIt's National Wildlife Week! As part of the ongoing commitment to conserve wildlife habitat across the country, Environment and Climate Change Canada is proud to partner with the Nature Conservancy of Canada in protecting the historic King Ranch property in southern Alberta. The property, formerly owned by the well-known King brothers, provides important habitat for many wildlife species, including bears, cougars, elk, moose and eagles. http://ow.ly/10D0ak
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    Environment CanadaHelicopters, hip waders, airboats and binoculars! Each spring, Environment and Climate Change Canada’s biologists venture into the field with provincial and U.S. partners to collect data to ensure that bird populations are healthy and harvests are sustainable. To learn how these surveys help us to understand migratory game birds, visit: http://ow.ly/10CcV0
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    Environment CanadaNational Wildlife Week is well under way. Environment and Climate Change Canada’s scientists are working around the world with partners to help protect some of our beloved shorebirds. Meet Julie, a scientist who was recently in Brazil investigating Semipalmated Sandpiper migration with New Jersey Audubon and a local NGO, Grey-breasted Parakeet Project • Projeto Periquito Cara‐suja. http://ow.ly/10CiMH
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    Environment CanadaAre you going to the 2016 Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference today? Did you know that the Salish Sea includes all of the inland marine waters of southern B.C. and western Washington? A number of Environment and Climate Change Canada scientists are in attendance this week, presenting and collaborating on topics ranging from bulrush marsh habitat to Harlequin Duck molting locations. Enjoy the conference! http://ow.ly/10CcfM

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