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GLIER Research Project Engages Community


Brian Masse M.P. (Windsor West) is working with scientist at the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research on a “Citizen Scientist” initiative to help improve measurement techniques of pathogens in the water for the region. Brian Masse’s office will be one of several locations across Windsor-Essex where Citizen Scientists can pick up a water sample collection kit and drop it off.

Masse is excited to participate in this important project: “I am proud to have the opportunity to support Great Lakes research in our region and am particularly excited about the public engagement aspect of this project. I think people in our community understand that our quality of life is positively impacted by the Great Lakes, this project gives people a direct opportunity to become further invested in preserving, protecting and enjoying the water that surrounds us.” Masse said.

Citizen Scientists will have the opportunity to pick up sampling kits from 7 different locations across Windsor-Essex including the following:

  1. Office of Brian Masse M.P. (1398 Ouellette Ave., Windsor)
  2. Belle River’s Lakeview Park West Beach (River St., Lakeshore)
  3. Colchester Beach (100 Jackson St., Colchester)
  4. Essex Region Conservation Authority office (360 Fairview Ave.W, Suite 311 Essex)
  5. Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research (2990 Riverside Dr. W, Windsor)
  6. Leamington Kinsmen Recreation Complex (249 Sherk St., Leamington)
    • Bottle Collection: Thursday and Friday, August 17 and 18 from 4 to 6 pm.
  7. Point Pelee National Park (1118 Point Pelee Dr., Leamington)
    • Bottle Collection: Wednesday-Friday, August 16 to 18 from 8 am to 9 pm


Click on the link below to view GLIER’s brochure on the 2017 Water Blitz!!


Water Blitz 2017 Brochure_Aug_


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