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Invasive species reintroduce toxic chemicals to Green Bay food web
Great Lakes Echo (4/17)
Although contaminants buried in the sediments of Green Bay, Wis., may be out of sight, they should not be out of mind, according to research published in the Journal of Great Lakes Research.

First saltie of season arrives in Superior
Superior Telegram (4/17)
The first ocean-going vessel to reach the Duluth-Superior Twin Ports this shipping season was treated to a special welcoming ceremony.

TransCanada’s Energy East pipeline vows fail to sway Arcand
The Montreal Gazette (4/17)
Quebec wants more evidence from TransCanada Corp. that its Energy East pipeline will benefit the province after a marine terminal was scrapped from the plan, Energy and Natural Resources Minister Pierre Arcand said.

EDITORIAL: In Ohio, unlike California, there's water, water everywhere -- an asset to be preserved
The Plain Dealer (4/17)
Reasonable people can disagree on the role of government but when it comes to protecting Lake Erie, reasonable people should agree that strict oversight is necessary to make the most of this unique and increasingly valuable asset and to keep it from being squandered.

State parks commissioners tour new Maid facilities
Niagara Gazette (4/17)
State parks commissioners got a first glimpse recently of the new U.S. facilities for Maid of the Mist tour boat operations at Niagara Falls.

Feds eye Michigan for possible drought, but forecasters skeptical
MLive (4/16)
The National Weather Service's Climate Prediction Center highlighted much of lower Michigan and the far western portion of the Upper Peninsula in an area where drought development is likely now through the end of July.

New group focuses on Milwaukee harbor redevelopment
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (4/16)
In Wisconsin, an effort to redevelop the area near Milwaukee's harbor, a project that could potentially be as large as the Menomonee Valley redevelopment, is proceeding with a newly formed public-private group.

Ohio wants to bring two fish species back to Lake Erie
Port Clinton News Herald (4/16)
Ohio wants to reintroduce two fish to Lake Erie whose native populations have been gone for decades.

Port Dalhousie piers closed
St. Catharines Standard (4/16)
In Port Dahhousie, Ontario, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans says in the interest of public safety, the east and west sections of the piers are temporarily closed to vessels, vehicles and pedestrian traffic.

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