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Fondation Rivières in the media

The Fondation Rivières is a non-profit organization dedicated to the protection of Quebec's rivers and watercourses. 

Find press articles on its projects and its reactions to issues such as the construction of possible hydroelectric dams, municipal wastewater discharges, as well as any other issue linked to its mission.

The press review is a useful resource for journalists, students, members, as well as anyone interested in the Foundation's actions and what it defends.

  1. Brèves régionales, Boréale 138 – Radio-Canada Côte-Nord, 19 juin 2024
  2. 77 municipalités du Québec jettent leurs eaux usées dans la nature, Radio-Canada – Ici Québec, 16 juin 2024
  3. Projet de loi Fitzgibbon et développement hydroélectrique, Radio-Canda – Bonjour la Côte, 12 juin 2024
  4. Accès à la plage de Batiscan: c’est l’impasse, info Novoo, 12 juin
  5. N’ouvrons pas la porte à la destruction des rivières au profit des prédateurs, Le Devoir, 10 juin
  6. Berges à Batiscan : plainte au ministère de l’Environnement, ICI Mauricie-Centre-du-Québec, 10 juin 2024
  7. Plage de Batiscan: Une plage en eaux troubles, La Presse, 9 juin 2024
  8. Des plaintes au ministère de l’Environnement, La Presse, 9 juin 2024
  9. La disparition de la plage de Batiscan, La Presse, 9 juin 2024
  10. Déversements d’eaux usées: les villes doivent être mieux accompagnées, Le Soleil, 23 mai 2024
  11. Pour une politique énergétique claire au-delà des dollars et des mégawatts, La Presse, 6 mai
  12. Des eaux usées toxiques près de la rivière des Outaouais, TVA, 3 mai 2024
  13. Contaminants éternels : les dépotoirs polluent en toute légalité, Radio-Canada (télévision), 2 mai 2024
  14. Rejet de contaminants éternels dans les rivières du Québec : Entrevue (radio), Radio-Canada, 2 mai 2024
  15. Des dépotoirs rejettent des contaminants éternels dans les rivières avec l’aval de Québec, Radio-Canada Estrie, 2 mai 2024
  16. Le doré jaune se reproduit bel et bien dans la rivière du Nord, Journal Le Nord, 30 avril 2024
  17. Les municipalités entre l’arbre et l’écorce sur les questions énergétiques, La Presse, 25 avril 2024
  18. La toilette n’est pas une poubelle : des déchets dans nos égouts, Radio-Canada, 24 avril 2024
  19. Northvolt demande une première autorisation de rejet d’eau dans la rivière Richelieu, Le Devoir, 23 avril 2024
  20. Northvolt demande une première autorisation de rejet d’eau, FM 103,3, 24 avril 2024
  21. Des projets de barrages sur la rivière Gatineau refont surface, Le Droit, 21 avril 2024
  22. La planète brûle, mais leurs solutions ne sont pas les nôtres, Le Devoir, 20 avril 2024
  23. Comment Paris a réussi à nettoyer la Seine?, 98,5, 16 avril 2024
  24. Baignade, surf et plages: voici à quoi ressemblerait Montréal si on exploitait son potentiel nautique, 24 heures, 16 avril 2024
  25. La Fondation Rivières s’oppose au projet de centrales hydroélectriques sur la Gatineau, CHGA 97.3, 26 mars 2024
  26. Environmentalists puzzled over large number of dead fish on Montreal’s South Shore, CBC, 10 mars 2024
  27. Décarbonation ou propulsion industrielle?, Presse-toi à gauche, 5 mars 2024
  28. La force du courant de la Rivière Richelieu analysé, FM 103,3, 6 mars 2024
  29. Les sols contaminés du site de Northvolt posent-ils un risque pour la rivière Richelieu?, Le Devoir, 19 février 2024
  30. TES Canada : le maire de Sainte-Thècle veut prendre son temps,
    Le Nouveliste, 18 février 2024
  31. A recreational tourism consultation for the Richelieu River, At a Glance, January 18, 2024
  32. Northvolt: groups denounce the start of work and demand an evaluation, In Beauce, January 17, 2024
  33. A look back at the notable events of November, Journal Le Guide, January 2, 2024
  34. Some organizations pay astonishing remuneration, La Presse, January 4, 2024
  1. Wastewater spills: time for celebration, Journal Mobiles, December 21, 2023
  2. Paspébiac will have to pay more than 48,000 $ for wastewater overflows, Radio-Canada Gaspésie–Îles-de-la-Madeleine, December 19, 2023
  3. From Sainte-Agathe to Lake Raymond, the Rivière du Nord will be even cleaner, Journal Accès, December 12, 2023
  4. Trois-Rivières will have another major wastewater spill in 2024, 106.9 FM, December 5, 2023
  5. Trois-Rivières plans a spill of more than 100 million liters of wastewater, Le Nouvelliste, December 5, 2023
  6. Wastewater spills in Shawinigan, Noovo Info Mauricie, December 4, 2023
  7. Masson-Angers: two wastewater spills linked to works, TVA Ottawa-Gatineau, November 28, 2023
  8. Environment: united for Richelieu, Le Journal de Chambly, November 20, 2023
  9. A kind pirate to the rescue of blue gold, Le Journal des Citoyens, November 19, 2023
  10. UQO awards an honorary doctorate to river protector Alain Saladzius, TopoLocal, November 17, 2023
  11. Wastewater spills in nature: Fondation Rivières appreciates the management of Magog, Le Reflet du Lac, November 17, 2023
  12. Cowansville in the top 20 of the Fondation Rivières rankings, Journal Le Guide, November 17, 2023
  13. Intensity of sewage spills per capita: Farnham and Bedford in top 15, L’Avenir et des Rivières, November 15, 2023
  14. Tring-Jonction and Sainte-Marie in solution mode, Beauce Media, November 13, 2023
  15. More than 1,555 wastewater spills in Richelieu in one year , Le Canada Français, November 10, 2023
  16. Environmental groups call for moratorium on energy blocks, La Voix de l’Est, November 9, 2023
  17. Energy blocks in Quebec: moratorium requested by environmentalist groups, L’Éclaireur Progrès, November 9, 2023
  18. Energy blocks in Quebec: moratorium requested by environmentalist groups, Le Charlevoisien, November 9, 2023
  19. Energy blocks in Quebec: moratorium requested by environmentalist groups, La Haute-Côte-Nord, November 9, 2023
  20. Energy blocks in Quebec: moratorium requested by environmentalist groups, Le Nord-Côtier, November 9, 2023
  21. Energy blocks in Quebec: moratorium requested by environmentalist groups, Le Manic, November 9, 2023
  22. Energy blocks in Quebec: moratorium requested by environmentalist groups, Radio-Canada, November 9, 2023
  23. Energy blocks in Quebec: moratorium requested by environmentalist groups, L'Actualité, November 9, 2023
  24. Wastewater spill: Port-Cartier will do better, Le Nord-Côtier, November 8, 2023
  25. Wastewater: Saint-tite ranked 4th in the province, L’Hebdo Mékinac/des Chenaux, November 6, 2023
  26. Wastewater spills: an improvement in Trois-Rivières, L’Hebdo Journal, November 6, 2023
  27. Wastewater: A positive portrait for Centre-du-Québec, Le Courrier du Sud, November 6, 2023
  28. Louiseville ranked 42nd in Quebec, L’Écho de Maskinongé, November 6, 2023
  29. Wastewater spills: the situation is improving in Longueuil, according to Fondation Rivières, La Voix du Sud, November 2, 2023
  30. Wastewater spills: two-speed treatment on the South Shore, FM 103.3, November 2, 2023
  31. Saint-Hyacinthe in the top 10 cities with the largest spills, Le Courrier de St-Hyacinthe, November 2, 2023
  32. Wastewater spills with Gabriel Cliche, data valorization and water quality advisor at Fondation Rivières, TVR5, November 2, 2023
  33. Ranking of wastewater spills: Port-Cartier bad student, Le Manic, November 1, 2023
  34. Ranking of wastewater spills: Port-Cartier bad student, Le Nord-Côtier, November 1, 2023
  35. Increase in wastewater discharges into the environment, FM 99.1 CFNJ, November 1, 2023
  36. Wastewater discharge: The region does not do well according to a ranking, TVA Abitibi-Témiscamingue, November 1, 2023
  37. Wastewater spills: the City of Thetford takes stock, FM 103.5, October 31, 2023
  38. La Prairie Basin: increase in spill intensity, Le Reflet, October 30, 2023
  39. Sewage spills: Still problematic in some municipalities, CIMT CHAU TVA Rivière-du-Loup, October 30, 2023
  40. Wastewater spills in lakes and rivers on the North Shore, Radio-Canada, Bonjour la Côte, October 30, 2023
  41. Port-Cartier sinks the test of the Fondation Rivières, Radio-Canada Côte-Nord, October 30, 2023
  42. Midis-Lunch – October 30, 2023 – Fondation Rivières, 96.3 Bleu FM, October 30, 2023
  43. What you missed this week, Journal L’Express, October 29, 2023
  44. Week on break – Quote of the week, The Daily, October 28, 2023
  45. Several sources of contaminants identified in the Rivière du Nord, L’Info du Nord, October 27, 2023
  46. Wastewater spills: Charlevoix still in good position, CIHO FM Charlevoix, October 27, 2023
  47. Environment: Caplan tops list of wastewater spills, VAT CIMT-CHAU, October 27, 2023
  48. More and more wastewater spills in Gaspé, Radio Canada – Gaspésie—Bas-Saint-Laurent, October 27, 2023
  49. Wastewater spills and Fondation Rivières results: details provided (with audios), FM 92.5, October 27, 2023
  50. Discharge of wastewater without treatment: Alma, the worst city on the lake, FM 99.5 Debout la Planète, October 27, 2023
  51. Discharge of wastewater without treatment: Alma is the dunce of Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, FM 104.5, October 27, 2023
  52. Wastewater spills: Sainte-Marie is improving, Tring-Jonction and Thetford Mines are performing poorly, FM 101.5 – Ma Beauce, October 27, 2023
  53. Sewage spills | Plessisville improves greatly, FM 97.3 – Mon Victo, October 27, 2023
  54. Wastewater spills: a good mark for Beauharnois, Le Journal Saint-François, October 27, 2023
  55. Thetford Mines singled out for its discharge of wastewater into the environment, Courrier Frontenac, October 27, 2023
  56. The Fondation Rivières calls for better data on wastewater spills… including in Sherbrooke, La Tribune, October 27, 2023
  57. Wastewater spills: Louiseville and Shawinigan in the rankings, FM 92.9, October 26, 2023
  58. Wastewater spills: Saint-Tite, Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade and La Tuque at the top of the list, Le Droit, October 26, 2023
  59. Wastewater spills: Saint-Tite, Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade and La Tuque at the top of the list, Le Nouvelliste, October 26, 2023
  60. Wastewater spills: Saint-Tite, Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade and La Tuque at the top of the list, The Sun, October 26, 2023
  61. Wastewater: between improvements and disappointments in the region, according to Fondation Rivières, Radio-Canada Mauricie—Centre-du-Québec, October 26, 2023
  62. Fondation Rivières: poor results for La Tuque, Radio-Canada Mauricie—Centre-du-Québec, Always in the morning, October 26, 2023
  63. Centre-du-Québec: eight municipalities still without a wastewater treatment plant, TVA Centre-du-Québec, October 26, 2023
  64. Wastewater discharge: Drummondville in 138th place, Journal L’Express, October 26, 2023
  65. Saguenay says it is investing several million dollars to prevent spills, The Daily, October 26, 2023
  66. Saguenay champion of wastewater spills, The Daily, October 26, 2023
  67. Saguenay champion of wastewater spills, Le Droit, October 26, 2023
  68. Wastewater spill: a far from glorious outcome for Saguenay, FM 92.5, October 26, 2023
  69. Wastewater: Saguenay dumps a lot, but not necessarily more than the others, TVA Nouvelles Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean, October 26, 2023
  70. Saguenay sits at the top of the list of wastewater spills, Radio-Canada Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean, Levideojournal, October 26, 2023
  71. Saguenay singled out for its wastewater spills, Radio-Canada Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean, October 26, 2023
  72. Montérégie ranked 1st among regions for wastewater spills, La Voix du Sud, October 26, 2023
  73. Montérégie ranked 1st among regions for wastewater spills, L’Écho de Trois-Rivières, October 26, 2023
  74. Montérégie ranked 1st among regions for wastewater spills, In Beauce, October 26, 2023
  75. Montérégie ranked 1st among regions for wastewater spills, FM 94.3, October 26
  76. Montérégie ranked 1st among regions for wastewater spills, FM 102.3, October 26, 2023
  77. Montérégie ranked 1st among regions for wastewater spills, La Presse, October 26, 2023
  78. Montérégie ranked 1st among regions for wastewater spills, Radio-Canada – Greater Montreal, October 26, 2023
  79. Wastewater spills increased by 57% in 2022 in Quebec, TVA Nouvelles, October 26
  80. More than 57,000 wastewater spills in 2022 in Quebec, Le Devoir, October 26, 2023
  81. We dumped 57% more untreated wastewater in Quebec in 2022 and Longueuil is doing poorly, 24 p.m., October 26, 2023
  82. Water discharge in Quebec, Concordia Radio Newsroom, October 26, 2023
  83. Spills in Trois-Rivières: new sectors affected, Radio-Canada Mauricie—Centre-du-Québec, October 24, 2023 (4:30)
  84. Trois-Rivières: closure of the Sienne and Du Fleuve pumping stations, Noovo Info Mauricie, October 24, 2023
  85. Wastewater discharge into the St. Lawrence River in Trois-Rivières, Noovo Info Mauricie, October 24, 2023 (3 min 43)
  86. Spill in Trois-Rivières: millions of liters of wastewater thrown into the river daily, TVA Nouvelles Mauricie, October 24, 2023
  87. Wastewater spill into the St. Lawrence River in Trois-Rivières, Radio-Canada Mauricie—Centre-du-Québec, October 24, 2023
  88. Wastewater spills: Trois-Rivières is improving, Radio-Canada, Always in the morning, October 24, 2023
  89. Discharge: wastewater, a titanic challenge for the coming years, Le Nouvelliste, October 23, 2023
  90. Alain Saladzius honored, Journal des Citoyens, October 14, 2023
  91. UQO pays tribute to Alain Saladzius, the defender of rivers, Journal Le Nord, October 17, 2023
  92. Press review In solution mode from October 13, 2023, Radio-Canada, October 13, 2023
  93. Complexe La Romaine: a “bad example of use of public funds”, according to Fondation Rivières, Le Nord-Côtier, October 13, 2023
  94. “The La Romaine complex will go down in history as a poor choice in spending public funds,” My North Shore, October 13, 2023
  95. La Romaine Complex: Reaction of the Fondation Rivières, Radio-Canada, Boréale 138, October 12, 2023
  96. “Mr. Legault is giving us a bit of an illusion around dams,” says the general director of Fondation Rivières, QUB Radio, October 12, 2023
  97. Inauguration of Romaine: Quebec believes that hydroelectricity is the “best choice”, Radio-Canada, October 12, 2023
  98. Fondation Rivières corrects the comments of Mayor Bourcier, Journal Le Nord, October 3, 2023
  99. Saint-Jérôme asks the Pays-d’en-Haut to do better, Journal Accès, October 3, 2023
  100. Rivière du Nord: Bourcier asks cities to act, Journal Le Nord, September 26, 2023
  101. Beach in Batiscan: it is a complex issue according to the mayor of Batiscan, Radio-Canada, Always in the morning, September 26, 2023
  102. The Fondation Rivières mobilizes the population against dam projects in Basse-Côte-Nord, My North Shore, September 25, 2023
  103. Shawinigan sits at the top in the number of wastewater spills, Radio-Canada Mauricie—Centre-du-Québec, September 25, 2023
  104. 13,000 spills in Saint-Maurice, Radio-Canada Mauricie—Centre-du-Québec, September 25, 2023 (4:03)
  105. Critical view of Fondation Rivières – The raison d'être of watershed organizations: a sword in the water? Le Journal des Citoyens, September 24, 2023
  106. 13,333 wastewater overflows in Shawinigan since 2015, Le Nouvelliste, September 23, 2023
  107. Outcry against a potential dam project on the Petit Mécatina river, Radio-Canada Côte-Nord, September 19, 2023
  108. Quebec finances the repair of sewers even if they flow into watercourses, La Presse, September 18, 2023
  109. Access to Batiscan beach: the coastline is public, reiterates Fondation Rivières, Le Nouvelliste, September 12, 2023
  110. Batiscan Beach: the Municipality cancels a meeting with citizens, Radio-Canada Mauricie—Centre-du-Québec, September 12, 2023
  111. Turnaround in the situation in Batiscan, Energy 102.3 FM, September 11, 2023
  112. River life – Rivière du Nord | In search of the culprits, La Presse, September 9, 2023
  113. Water quality study | Correcting the inverted connections would promote access to swimming in Repentigny, Mon Joliette, September 8, 2023
  114. Three mythical rivers of the Outaouais will be protected, Le Journal de Montréal, August 30, 2023
  115. A successful weekend for the Haute-Gatineau Whitewater Festival, CHGA 97.3 FM, August 28, 2023
  116. Hundreds of millions of liters of wastewater dumped into the river in Quebec, Radio-Canada, August 25, 2023
  117. In Greece, the towel movement, Radio-Canada, First hour, August 22, 2023
  118. Water far from being green, The Citizens' Journal, August 20, 2023
  119. Public access to beaches: around a hundred people demonstrated, TVA Nouvelles, August 18, 2023 (4 min 35)
  120. Citizens demonstrate for public access to Batiscan beach, Noovo Info, August 18, 2023
  121. Beach: citizens of Bastican ask the mayor to put his foot down, Le Nouvelliste, August 18, 2023
  122. Access to the public beach of Batiscan, Radio-Canada Mauricie—Centre-du-Québec, August 18, 2023 (12:35) 
  123. Demonstration for public access to Batiscan beach, Radio-Canada Mauricie—Centre-du-Québec, August 18, 2023
  124. Better treat wastewater for swimming in the Rivière du Nord, Radio-Canada, August 15-18, 17, 2023
  125. Cities are already taking action to decontaminate the Rivière du Nord, Journal Accès, August 14, 2023
  126. Interview with Philippe Maisonneuve, project manager of the activity potential evaluation study
    non-motorized water sports and swimming in the Rivière du Nord between Prévost and Saint-Jérôme, Cogeco media, August 14, 2023
  127. More than a billion liters of wastewater in the river due to the rainy summer, Journal de Montréal, August 11, 2023
  128. Wastewater: better treatment necessary for swimming between Prévost and Saint-Jérôme, Journal de Montréal, August 11, 2023
  129. The North River could be swimmable if the wastewater was better treated, Journal Accès, August 11, 2023
  130. Access to the banks in Batiscan: what does the law say? Noovo Info, August 8, 2023
  131. A petition for access to Batiscan beach in Mauricie, TVA News, August 7, 2023
  132. Mobilization in Batiscan for access to the banks, Radio-Canada, Le Téléjournal Mauricie, August 6, 2023
  133. A little sauce in Montreal, La Presse, July 29, 2023
  134. Dive into the beautiful, La Presse, July 27, 2023
  135. Waste water from the greater Montreal region often discharged directly into the river, Le Journal de Montréal, July 26, 2023
  136. Water quality: a long way to go, Mail Laval, July 24, 2023
  137. The Grand Saut hilairemontais is back this summer, FM 103.3, July 23, 2023
  138. Swimming in town: 2nd day of closure for Jean-Doré beach, Le Téléjournal Montréal, Radio-Canada, July 20, 2023
  139. Several beaches closed after torrential rains: why? Noovo Info, July 20, 2023
  140. Our blue gold… soiled, La Presse, July 20, 2023
  141. Big whirlpool in white water, Outside – Urbania, July 13, 2023
  142. “A big sponge” to regulate Laval’s water management, La Presse, July 12, 2023
  143. To your paddles and shields for the Magpie River, Mountain life, Summer/Fall 2023 Edition
  144. Saint-Antoine-de-Tilly lacks drinking water, First summer hour, Radio-Canada, July 11, 2023
  145. Saint-Antoine-de-Tilly: Threatened with expropriation for their drinking water,La Presse, July 11, 2023
  146. Grand Splash: Around ten people throw themselves into the water of the river, CJSO 101.7 FM, July 10, 2023
  147. Grand Splash and access to the banks, RDI First the info, July 9, 2023
  148. Rivière du Nord: Swimming at your own risk, Journal Accès, July 4, 2023
  149. Only one place suitable for swimming on the banks of Laval, Courier Laval, July 2, 2023
  150. Grand Splash: meeting swimmers who aren't afraid of getting wet, Noovo Info, June 30, 2023
  151. Wet your swimsuit for a swim in the Old Port, Le Devoir, June 30, 2023
  152. Interview with André Bélanger: Grand Splash at the Old Port of Montreal, Tout un matin, Radio-Canada, June 30, 2023
  153. What to do this weekend in Montreal?, City Crunch, June 29, 2023
  154. Swimming: a good report for Montreal, Journal Métro, June 28, 2023
  155. Saint-Joseph-de-Sorel: Invitation to the Grand Splash on July 2, CJSO 101.7 FM, June 23, 2023
  156. Citizens invited to swim at Pointe-aux-Pins Park on July 2, Les 2 Rives, June 22, 2023
  157. Take part in the Grand Splash in Saint-Joseph-de-Sorel on July 2, 2023, Sorel-Tracy Magazine, June 22, 2023
  158. The Great Splash of Montreal – interview with Fondation Rivières, CIBL 101.5 FM, June 22, 2023
  159. The Great Splash of Montreal, CIBL 101.5 FM, June 15, 2023
  160. A third Grand Splash will splash the Old Port, Journal Métro, June 14, 2023
  161. The quality of the water would allow swimming in Chambly, Journal Métro, June 13, 2023
  162. The quality of the water would allow swimming in Chambly, Noovo Info, June 13, 2023
  163. The quality of the water would allow swimming in Chambly, iHeart Radio, June 13, 2023
  164. Châteauguay River in Mercier: “excellent quality” water for swimming and non-motorized activities, Le Soleil de Châteauguay, June 11, 2023
  165. Quality water in the Châteauguay River, FM 103.3, June 11, 2023
  166. Swimming in the river: An encouraging study, CJSO 101.7 FM, June 6, 2023
  167. Here’s why swimming will now be possible in the Sorel region, TVA Nouvelles, June 6, 2023
  168. Cinema in the service of nature, Le Soleil de Châteauguay, Edition May 17, 2023
  169. The St. Lawrence on a ventilator?, Spaces, Spring 2023 Edition
  170. How much should companies pay for water?, CBC Radio, Breakaway, May 10, 2023
  171. Study on the hydroelectric potential in the Basse-Côte-Nord: unjustified?, Bonjour la Côte, Radio-Canada, April 26, 2023
  172. the kingdom of the wind, Le Devoir, April 22, 2023
  173. For an energy transition that respects the last wild rivers, Le Devoir, April 21, 2023
  174. Environmentalists consider the study of hydroelectric potential in the Basse-Côte-Nord unnecessary, Ma Côte-Nord, April 20, 2023
  175. “After the Romaine” or imagine Quebec beyond the dams, Le Devoir, April 18, 2023
  176. Culture with Eugénie Lépine-Blondeau: The documentary After the Romaine, Tout un matin, Radio-Canada, April 18, 2023
  177. After the Romaine, with Roy Dupuis, Green light, Radio-Canada, April 16, 2023
  178. Surfing in Montreal, L'Actualité, April 5, 2023
  179. Hydro-Québec will reassess the potential of the Petit Mécatina river, Radio-Canada, April 4, 2023
  180. Hydro-Québec studies the potential of the Petit Mécatina river, Le Devoir, April 4, 2023
  181. 100 TWh target, La Presse, March 12, 2023
  182. Water quality: “It’s the dose that makes the poison”, Journal Accès, March 7, 2023
  183. Polluting will cost businesses much more, La Presse, March 7, 2023
  184. Bloom Lake mine: 7 lakes in the spotlight for the storage of mine tailings, Le Manic, March 6, 2023
  185. The other side of green energy: A little mercury with your fish? Le Manic, March 1, 2023
  186. Lakes and rivers threatened with destruction by a Fermont mine The 24 Hours, February 28, 2023
  187. Water: good pats on the back for Lévis, Journal Le Journal de Lévis, February 17, 2023
  188. For fair electricity rates, La Presse, February 13, 2023
  189. Initiatory trip to the Nitassinan for 10 young Montrealers, Journal Le Nord-Côtier, February 7, 2023
  190. Fondation Rivières studies water quality again, Journal Le Nord, January 30, 2023
  191. A stronger mandate for the Water Action Forum, The Horizon, January 24, 2023
  192. A snow deposit located near the river is a concern in Magog, Radio-Canada Estrie, January 23, 2023
  193. A real energy debate is needed in Quebec, Le Devoir (open letter), January 17, 2023
  1. Is the government lacking vision with the Magpie River? December 15, 2022, Le Devoir
  2. Stéphane Leclair meets Roy Dupuis and Marina Orsini, December 14, 2022, Ohdio – Les Grands Entretiens (at 00:32:15)
  3. Water must be part of the discussions, December 8, 2022, Le Devoir
  4. Several of the 45 public banks would compromise biodiversity in Laval, December 7, 2022, Le Courrier de Laval
  5. Wastewater discharges: Laval among the bottom of the class, December 5, 2022, Le Courrier de Laval
  6. COP15 in Montreal on biodiversity: The threatened species is also us, December 3, 2022, La Presse
  7. No phosphorus surplus, but the moratorium remains in place, December 1, 2022, Our Earth
  8. Reflection on a two decades old water policy, November 28, 2022, CBC Radio, Breakaway
  9. 20 years of the National Water Policy, November 26, 2022, Noovo 
  10. The National Water Policy is 20 years old: progress that is standing still, November 26, 2022, La Presse
  11. We are not interested in our water, saddens Benoit Dutrizac, November 23, 2022, Qub radio
  12. Wastewater sanitation: it will take much more than the Blue Fund, November 22, 2022, Qub radio
  13. Wastewater sanitation: it will take much more than the Blue Fund, November 22, 2022, Journal de Québec
  14. Wastewater sanitation: it will take much more than the Blue Fund, November 22, 2022, Journal de Montréal
  15. Wastewater sanitation: it will take much more than the Blue Fund, November 21, 2022, La Presse
  16. Complex and costly water management for cities, 21 November 2022, Le Devoir
  17. A few days before COP15, interview with A. Saladzius from La Fond. Rivers, November 17, 2022, Radio-Canada Mauricie-Centre-du-Québec
  18. It will take much more than the Blue Fund to clean up our wastewater, 16 November 2022, Le Devoir
  19. Watering sports fields with rainwater, 12 November 2022, La Tribune
  20. Sherbrooke and other cities in Quebec will have to reduce their waste discharges, 12 November 2022, La Tribune
  21. Wastewater: Real estate developments slowed down by new standards?, 12 November 2022, La Tribune
  22. Wastewater spills: Charlevoix good student, November 11, 2022, CIHO 96.3
  23. Wastewater spills down by 30 % in Quebec in 2021, November 11, 2022, The Journal of Joliette
  24. The contamination of E. Coli in the Rivière aux Sables in Saguenay and the unveiling of the Fondation Rivières prize list highlight the fundamental role of microbiologists in protecting the public, November 8, 2022, CNW – Association of Microbiologists of Quebec
  25. Lots of improvement in the 2021 Fondation Rivières rankings, November 8, 2022, L’Info de la Basse-Lièvre
  26. Sewage spill | “The Sept-Îles index is very good” for the general director of Fondation Rivières, November 8, 2022, 94.1 Radio Plaisir
  27. Wastewater spills down in Abitibi-Témiscamingue, November 6, 2022, Radio-Canada – Abitibi-Témiscamingue
  28. Ranking of wastewater spills: La Malbaie worst municipality in Charlevoix, November 4, 2022, Le Charlevoisien
  29. Wastewater spills: Port-Cartier among the worst Quebec cities, 4 November 2022, Le Manic
  30. Fewer wastewater spills in Bas-Saint-Laurent, November 4, 2022, VAT CIMT CHAU
  31. Fewer wastewater spills in Bas-Saint-Laurent in 2021, November 4, 2022, Radio-Canada – Bas-Saint-Laurent
  32. List of Fondation Rivières spills: Gaspésie localities among the worst, November 4, 2022, VAT CIMT CHAU
  33. Port-Cartier and Baie-Comeau singled out by the Fondation Rivières, November 4, 2022, Radio-Canada – Côte-Nord
  34. Fewer wastewater spills in Granby, November 4, 2022, M104.5
  35. Wastewater spills: the situation is improving in Granby, November 3, 2022, Granby Express
  36. Improved sewage discharges in the region: just a matter of rain?, 3 November 2022, Le Nouvelliste
  37. Wastewater spills: 3 Gaspé municipalities among the worst in Quebec, November 3, 2022, Radio-Canada – Gaspésie–Îles-de-la-Madeleine
  38. Wastewater spills: the 2021 Fondation Rivières rankings, November 3, 2022, Radio-Canada – Côte-Nord
  39. Wastewater spills down by 30 % in Quebec in 2021, November 3, 2022, Radio-Canada
  40. Wastewater spills down by 30 % in Quebec in 2021, November 3, 2022, The New Union
  41. Wastewater spills down by 30 % in Quebec in 2021, November 3, 2022, The Reflection of the Lake
  42. Municipalities discharged 30 % less wastewater in 2021, November 3, 2022, The Sun
  43. Municipalities discharged 30 % less wastewater in 2021, November 3, 2022, La Presse
  44. Fewer wastewater spills in 2021, but 2022 looks less promising, November 3, 2022, The Daily
  45. Chandler and Gaspé in the top 10 in the list of wastewater spills, October 27, 2022, VAT CIMT CHAU
  46. Still 81 municipalities without wastewater treatment plants in 2022, October 26, 2022, TVA Nouvelles
  47. Increased electricity production: Hydro-Québec is heading in the right direction, October 20, 2022, La Presse
  48. Destruction of wetlands to ensure real estate development in Laval, October 18, 2022, Le Devoir
  49. APLTI collects a little more than 12,000 $ for its last fundraising dinner, October 13, 2022, The New Union
  50. A green challenge for the CAQ government, October 12, 2022, Le Devoir
  51. Wastewater spills: a disastrous start to summer in Saguenay, October 11, 2022, The Daily
  52. Solutions for wetlands, October 8, 2022, La Presse
  53. Compensation for the destruction of wetlands: Nearly 100 million sleep in Quebec, October 7, 2022, La Presse
  54. Canadian Water Agency: Greater Montreal, the logical choice, October 3, 2022, La Presse
  55. Let's vote, because the future depends on it, October 1, 2022, Le Journal de Montréal 
  56. Federal-provincial standoff in sight over dams, September 29, 2022, La Presse
  57. Our diet at high climate risk, September 24, 2022, La Presse
  58. VIDEO – The Châteauguay River colored with green algae, September 22, 2022, Le Soleil de Châteauguay
  59. We spoke to Roy Dupuis the activist, September 13, 2022, The week of the 4 Julies, Noovo
  60. Longueuil must find 1 billion $ to meet its water needs, September 13, 2022, Radio-Canada Greater Montreal
  61. To put the environment at the heart of electoral debates, September 9, 2022, The Black Sheep
  62. Construction of new hydroelectric dams: the opinion of Fondation Rivières, September 9, 2022, Radio CPAM1410
  63. Hydroelectricity: large dams produce lots of greenhouse gases, September 7, 2022, Le Journal de Québec
  64. Wind turbines and energy efficiency: not too fast with hydroelectric dams, September 6, 2022, Le Journal de Québec
  65. The head of the Coalition Avenir Québec, François Legault, wants to build new dams to increase hydroelectricity production, September 6, 2022, Noovo (02:55)
  66. The CAQ opens the door to new roadblocks: reaction from the Fond. Rivers, September 6, 2022, Radio-Canada Mauricie-Centre-du-Québec
  67. New hydroelectric dams: environmental costs “too high”, September 6, 2022, Radio-Canada
  68. New hydroelectric dams: environmental costs “too high”, September 6, 2022, In Beauce
  69. New hydroelectric dams: environmental costs “too high”, September 6, 2022, Les Affaires
  70. Is the environment on the agenda?, September 2022, Spaces (p. 26)
  71. Difficult access to water, August 25, 2022, La Presse
  72. The Blue Fund to the rescue of Quebec's waterways, August 23, 2022, Noovo
  73. The CAQ commits to creating a Blue Fund: reaction from the Fondation Rivières, August 23, 2022, Radio-Canada Mauricie-Centre-du-Québec
  74. 25th edition of the Haute-Gatineau Vive Water Festival: The preservation of rivers still at the heart of the Festival, August 18, 2022, L’Info de la Vallée
  75. Here are the 89 polluting companies that Quebec authorizes to deviate from the law, August 17, 2022, Radio-Canada
  76. Cap-Saint-Jacques beach still closed due to E. coli contamination, August 12, 2022, CTV News
  77. Making access to watercourses more equitable: André Bélanger, Fond. Rivers, August 12, 2022, Radio-Canada – Mauricie Center du Québec 
  78. Access to waterways in Quebec: Interview with André Bélanger, August 12, 2022, Radio-Canada Midi Info
  79. For equitable access to public water bodies in Quebec, August 11, 2022, Business
  80. Your full reply from La Tribune from July 30 to August 5, July 30, 2022, La Tribune
  81. A scourge ignored by Quebec, deplores the Fondation Rivières, July 29, 2022, La Tribune
  82. A monk's work to improve the health of waterways, July 29, 2022, La Tribune
  83. Swimming in open water in Lachine, Verdun or LaSalle?, July 15, 2022, News from here
  84. Swimming in the river in town?, July 13, 2022, La Presse
  85. Saint-Jérôme refuses to make the report public, July 12, 2022, Journal Accès
  86. Two places with strong swimming potential on the shores of Cartierville, July 11, 2022, Neighbors Newspaper
  87. Dare the waters of the river, July 10, 2022, La Presse
  88. A swimming pool in a container against heat islands, July 9, 2022, La Presse
  89. Around thirty people enjoy an occasional swim in the water of the river, July 7, 2022, Les 2 Rives
  90. Témiscamingue divided by the two power plant project, July 3, 2022, Le Journal de Québec
  91. Trois-Rivières takes part in the Grand Splash!, July 3, 2022, Le Nouvelliste
  92. Group says over 50 places could be sites for beaches in Montreal, just 3 exist, July 2, 2022, CTV News
  93. The Grand Splash and access to Montreal beaches: Interview with André Bélanger, July 1, 2022, Radio-Canada Ohdio – 15-18
  94. Nearly a hundred brave people took to the water in the Old Port of Montreal for the Grand Splash, July 1, 2022, Noovo (21:03)
  95. Montrealers take advantage of the river, July 1, 2022, TVA Nouvelles (26:40)
  96. Montrealers demand a harbor bath, July 1, 2022, TVA Nouvelles
  97. Montrealers demand a harbor bath, July 1, 2022, Le Journal de Montréal
  98. The future of the port bath in the Old Port still nebulous, July 1, 2022, La Presse
  99. What to watch for today: The “big splash”, July 1, 2022, Le Devoir
  100. Second edition of the Grand Splash in Trois-Rivières, June 30, 2022, Noovo (6:40)
  101. Yes, it is possible to swim in Montreal, June 30, 2022, Noovo 
  102. Montreal could have more than just two beaches, June 30, 2022, Journal de Québec
  103. Montreal could have more than just two beaches, June 30, 2022, Journal de Montréal
  104. What Fondation Rivières thinks about mini-power plant projects, June 29, 2022, Radio-Canada Abitibi-Témiscamingue
  105. A Big Splash at the beach of Saint-Quentin Island, June 28, 2022, Néomédia
  106. The Grand Splash returns to Trois-Rivières for better access to swimming, June 28, 2022, Le Nouvelliste
  107. Sainte-Anne and Saint-Joseph-de-Sorel invite us to their “Grand Splash”, June 27, 2022, CSJO 101.7 FM
  108. The Grand Splash in Sainte-Anne-de-Sorel will take place on July 2, June 24, 2022, Sorel Tracy Magazine
  109. Swimming and practicing water activities on the banks of the St. Lawrence River:
    a study to assess its potential
    , June 21, 2022, Hebdo Rive-Nord
  110. Jump into the river to claim access to swimming, June 20, 2022, Journal Métro
  111. A Big Splash to campaign for better access to water, June 20, 2022, L'Hebdo Journal
  112. No bathers at East Beach for a long time, June 20, 2022, Journal de Montréal
  113. “40 to 50 M$ minimum” for the Sherbrooke wastewater plant, June 17, 2022, Radio-Canada – Estrie
  114. Climate emergency: the Grand Prix in the pillory, June 17, 2022, La Presse
  115. The City of Repentigny is studying the possibility of swimming on its territory, June 16, 2022, Mon Joliette
  116. Swimming and practicing nautical activities on the banks of the St. Lawrence River: a study to assess its potential, June 13, 2022, Télévision Régionale des Moulins
  117. Quebec calls on Ottawa on access to the shellfish beds of Gaspésie, June 10, 2022, Radio-Canada – Gaspésie–Îles-de-la-Madeleine
  118. Lac-Simon Dam: a coalition of stakeholders calls for intervention from Quebec, June 9, 2022, Law
  119. Drying of the river: Quebec in a hurry to intervene, June 9, 2022, TVA Gatineau
  120. Ministry of the Environment: mayors want help, not police, June 6, 2022, Radio-Canada – Gaspésie–Îles-de-la-Madeleine
  121. Wastewater: Prevention rather than cure, June 2, 2022, CIMT-CHAU TVA
  122. Municipalities without support to protect their salmon rivers, June 2, 2022, Radio-Canada – Gaspésie–Îles-de-la-Madeleine
  123. Wastewater management: Baie-des-Chaleurs in the MELCC’s blind spot, June 2, 2022, Radio-Canada Ohdio – Have a good time!
  124. The Battle of the Richelieu, June 2, 2022, L'Actualité
  125. Phosphorus discharge is a concern on certain rivers in Baie-des-Chaleurs, June 1, 2022, Radio CHNC
  126. Swimming to come in the Port of Quebec… “when is Montreal’s turn?”, June 1, 2022, Journal Métro
  127. Soon a swimming area at the Old Port of Montreal?, May 31, 2022, Noovo
  128. Quebec will have its port bath before Montreal, May 31, 2022, La Presse
  129. The Lac-Simon dam continues to cause discord, April 6, 2022, Law
  130. Louiseville serves the screw to those who dump into the river, March 28, 2022, Noovo
  131. Managing pigsties by watershed, March 22, 2022, La Presse
  132. The health of Trois Lacs in Baie-Comeau concerns the Fondation Rivières, March 16, 2022, NousTV Côte-Nord
  133. The implementation of an ozone treatment system predicts wastewater discharges into the river, March 16, 2022, Le Devoir
  134. No question of filling lakes with mining tailings, environmentalists thunder, March 7, 2022, Journal de Québec
  135. Environmentalists want Quebec to say no to using lakes as “trash bins” for Bloom Lake waste, March 7, 2022, Ma Côte-Nord
  136. A powerless environment ministry?, March 1, 2022, RDI Economy zone
  137. An agreement between Resolute and the City to treat millions of liters of polluted water, February 25, 2022, Nous TV – Connecté Baie Comeau – Cogeco
  138. Analyzing environmental DNA to manage fecal contamination, February 24, 2022, INRS 
  139. Swimming is possible in the Châteauguay River, February 23, 2022, Voix Régionale Vaudreuil-Soulanges
  140. Swimming is possible in the Châteauguay River according to a study, February 22, 2022, Le Soleil de Châteauguay
  141. Urban planning with Richard Bergeron: Wind and hydraulic energy, February 22, 2022, Radio-Canada Ohdio – 15-18
  142. Water quality of the Châteauguay River: A study reveals that swimming is possible!, February 21, 2022, Quebec municipal
  143. Swimming possible in the Châteauguay River, February 18, 2022, Info Suroit
  144. The nautical community calls for a consultation table, February 9, 2022, L’Oeil régional
  145. Speed on the Richelieu River: no consensus from the four villages, February 8, 2022, Les 2 Rives
  146. Risk of wastewater spills: reduce showers, says Longueuil, February 4, 2022, Radio-Canada
  147. Longueuil asks for help from citizens, February 4, 2022, Radio-Canada – Téléjournal Montréal – Newsletter
  148. Porcheries de Saint-Adelphe: the project put on hold, January 31, 2022, Le Nouvelliste
  149. Wastewater discharges: Laval in the middle of the pack, January 5, 2022, The Courier from Laval
  1. Speed limit on the river: Elected officials propose a compromise on 10 km/h, December 14, 2021, L’Oeil Régional (Beloeil) 
  2. Wastewater rankings 2020, December 14, 2021, TVC of La Matapédia
  3. The Fondation Rivières asks for the support of the population, December 1, 2021, L’Oeil Régional (Beloeil) 
  4. The situation is improving in the MRC of D'Autray, November 30, 2021, L’Action d’Autrey
  5. A regulation to regulate the threatened “wild west”, 16 November 2021, La Presse
  6. Longueuil, Boucherville, Brossard and Saint-Lambert, still at the top of the worst polluters of the Saint-Laurent, November 3, 2021, La Relève
  7. Maniwaki – Interview with André Bélanger, general manager of Fondation Rivières, 03 November 2021, CHGA 97.3
  8. Sherbrooke Citoyen intends to tackle excesses, 02 November 2021, La Tribune
  9. Wastewater sometimes dumped into the environment rather than treated, October 28, 2021, Radio-Canada Abitibi-Témiscamingue
  10. Wastewater spills: Fondation Rivières releases the sad 2020 municipal rankings, October 28, 2021, The Zigzag
  11. Wastewater spill: is your city among the worst in Quebec? October 7, 2021, Radio-Canada
  12. Spills: Longueuil is the worst city according to Fondation Rivières, October 27, 2021 
  13. Spills: Trois-Rivières, a dunce because of “flushgate”, October 27, 2021, The Sun
  14. Caplan and Paspébiac in poor position in a list of wastewater spills, October 27, 2021, TVA Nouvelles
  15. Wastewater spills: Victoriaville shows significant improvement, October 27, 2021, The New Union 
  16. Wastewater spills: Longueuil retains its dunce cap, October 27, 2021, Le Courrier du Sud
  17. More than 52,000 wastewater spills in Quebec in 2020, October 27, 2021, Le Devoir 
  18. The environment, the “ballot box question”?, October 27, 2021, La Presse
  19. Rimouski among the municipalities with the most wastewater spills, October 27, 2021, iHeart Radio
  20. Maniwaki continues to improve its situation regarding wastewater spills, October 27, 2021, CHGA 97.3
  21. Longueuil champion of untreated wastewater, October 27, 2021, 24 hours 
  22. Longueuil with the worst record of wastewater spills again this year, October 27, 2021, TVRS 
  23. Longueuil and wastewater spills, October 27, 2021, Radio-Canada
  24. Fewer wastewater spills in Victoriaville, October 27, 2021, Mon Victo 
  25. Sewage spills, October 27, 2021, Noovo
  26. Municipalities in Eastern Quebec dunce for dumping wastewater, October 27, 2021, Radio-Canada Bas-Saint-Laurent 
  27. Update on the spill map in Quebec…and in the region with the Fondation Rivières, October 27, 2021, 95.7 Kyk Saguenay Lac-Saint-Jean
  28. Wastewater spills: municipalities in our regions among the worst in Quebec, October 27, 2021, TVA Nouvelles 
  29. Wastewater spills: towns in the region among the worst in Quebec, October 27, 2021, Radio-Canada
  30. Quantitative spills in Saint-Hyacinthe, October 27, 2021, Le Courrier de Saint-Hyacinthe
  31. Significant quantities of wastewater are discharged in Quebec, October 27, 2021, Radio-Canada Ohdio 
  32. At the sources of contamination, October 12, 2021, Journal des Citoyens 
  33. At the sources of contamination, October 12, 2021, Journal Le Nord
  34. “Flushable” wipes A costly “scourge” for municipalities, 01 October 2021, La Presse 
  35. A round table on dams, September 21, 2021, Journal Accès 
  36. A stream in Montreal sows controversy, September 16, 2021, Journal de Montréal
  37. Restore access to the Rivière du Nord, 08 September 2021, Journal Le Nord
  38. Restore access to the Rivière du Nord, August 31, 2021, Log Access
  39. The FTQ Solidarity Fund must be concerned with environmental protection, August 26, 2021, Le Devoir
  40. Rivière du Nord – Overflow problems persist, August 21, 2021, Journal des Citoyens
  41. We just want to swim!, August 5, 2021, La Presse
  42. Accessibility to lakes and rivers: “A public debate to be held”, says the CEO of Fondation Rivières, July 16, 2021, Radio-Canada Ohdio
  43. Grand Splash: the right to cool off, July 14, 2021, La Gazette de la Mauricie
  44. Fifteen minutes to determine if the water is suitable for swimming, July 12, 2021, The Sun
  45. Saint-Jérôme: Making the Rivière du Nord swimmable, July 6, 2021, Journal Le Nord
  46. Dozens brave cold waters near Montreal's Old Port in annual Big Splash, July 04, 2021, Montreal Gazette 
  47. Thirty brave souls go swimming in the Old Port of Montreal demanding safe access to water, July 3, 2021, Montreal CTV News
  48. A Big Splash at La Baie for better water quality, 03 July 2021, The Daily
  49. What to watch for this weekend?, 03 July 2021, Le Devoir 
  50. New mobilization for a port bath in the Old Port, 03 July 2021, La Presse
  51. Swimming in the Old Port of Montreal: around thirty brave people jump into the water, July 03, 2021, Radio-Canada
  52. They jump into the water in Montreal for better access to swimming, 03 July 2021, The Sun
  53. A few dozen brave people took the plunge at the Old Port of Montreal, 03 July 2021, Le Devoir
  54. Swimming in the Old Port of Montreal: around thirty brave people jump into the water, July 3, 2021, News
  55. Around thirty swimmers demand access to the waters of the Old Port, July 3, 2021, Journal Métro
  56. Fondation Rivières organizes the Grand Splash in Trois-Rivières, July 02, 2021, Radio-Canada Ohdio
  57. Jean-François Aubin talks about the Grand Splash of the Fondation Rivières, July 02, 2021, Radio-Canada Ohdio
  58. A first Grand Splash in Trois-Rivières, July 2, 2021, L’Hebdo Journal
  59. A big splash to demand better access to the banks at La Baie, July 02, 2021, Radio-Canada
  60. At the water!, July 02, 2021, Radio-Canada 
  61. A Grand Splash for access to watercourses, 02 July 2021, The Daily
  62. A first legal swim in the Louise basin, 01 July 2021, The Sun
  63. Grand Splash: dozens jump into the water at the new Lachine waterfront park, July 1, 2021, News from here
  64. A first edition of the Grand Splash this Saturday at Gracefield, June 30, 2021, CHGA 97.3
  65. Swimming in the Louise basin from 2022, June 30, 2021, Radio-Canada
  66. Mini-splash in Chambly, June 29, 2021, Chambly Morning 
  67. Invitation to a Grand Splash in the Châteauguay River, June 21, 2021, The Reflection 
  68. Invitation to a Grand Splash in Sainte-Martine, June 20, 2021, Le Soleil de Châteauguay
  69. Jump into the water to demand public access to lakes and rivers, June 14, 2021, La Gazette de la Mauricie 
  70. The Fondation Rivières demands access to water from rivers and lakes for all, June 11, 2021, La Presse
  71. The Fondation Rivières demands access for all to the lakes and rivers of Quebec, June 11, 2021, Radio-Canada 
  72. The Fondation Rivières demands access to water from rivers and lakes for all, June 11, 2021, L'Actualité
  73. The week of June 6 in the eyes of our photographers, June 11, 2021, Le Devoir
  74. Making a splash: Quebecers will plunge into lakes, rivers to fight lack of waterfront access, June 11, 2021, Global News
  75. Difficult access to water: plea for swimming, June 11, 2021, Radio-Canada
  76. Few swimming sites in Montreal: André Bélanger, dir Fondation Rivières, June 11, 2021, Radio-Canada Ohdio
  77. For better cohabitation on rivers and lakes, May 28, 2021, Le Devoir 
  78. New technology could allow swimming in the Châteauguay River, May 19, 2021, Le Soleil de Châteauguay
  79. Ministry of the Environment: rules governing snow disposal locations are being revised, 23 April 2021, Le Courrier du Sud
  80. A moratorium on logging called for along the Péribonka River, April 21, 2021, Radio-Canada Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean 
  81. River pollution: the City of Longueuil refutes the allegations, April 16, 2021, Journal de Montréal
  82. Longueuil: snow deposits, source of river pollution, April 15, 2021, TVA Nouvelles
  83. Longueuil: snow deposits, source of river pollution, April 15, 2021, Journal de Montréal
  84. Whitish water from the snow deposit flows into the Boisé Du Tremblay, 15 April 2021, Le Courrier du Sud 
  85. The chorus frog threatened in Longueuil: A snow deposit pointed out, April 14, 2021, Radio-Canada Ohdio 
  86. The Fondation Rivières sounds the alarm in the Boisé du Tremblay: wastewater from the snow depot is flowing there, April 14, 2021, La Relève de Varennes
  87. Major pollution in Longueuil – Snow deposits poison our rivers, April 14, 2021, Hurry to the Left! 
  88. Bonaventure River: a plan that creates a stir, 06 April 2021, TVA Nouvelles 
  89. Let's ban natural gas in new construction in Quebec, April 5, 2021, Journal de Québec
  90. Let's ban natural gas in new construction in Quebec, April 5, 2021, Journal de Montréal 
  91. Let's ban natural gas in new construction in Quebec, 05 April 2021, TVA Nouvelles 
  92. Study reveals swimming is possible in summer, March 29, 2021, Hebdo Rive-Nord
  93. You can swim in the L’Assomption River, March 23, 2021, Journal de Montréal 
  94. The water of the L’Assomption River is swimmable, March 23, 2021, TVA Nouvelles 
  95. Quebec urged to better treat its wastewater, March 16, 2021, Le Devoir
  96. Spill in the Richelieu River, March 10, 2021, Le Canada Français 
  97. Richelieu River: 25,000 m3 of wastewater spilled today, March 10, 2021, Journal de Chambly 
  98. Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu (again) dumps its wastewater into the river, March 10, 2021, Energy 94.3 
  99. Fourth wastewater spill in three years in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, March 10, 2021, Le Devoir 
  100. Bloom Lake mine: relief from environmental groups after the BAPE report, March 07, 2021, Radio-Canada
  101. Bloom Lake Mine: A Well-Received Report, March 6, 2021, Radio-Canada – Téléjournal Est du Québec – News bulletin
  102. Simon-Sicard: cascade of ideas and barrage of dissatisfaction, February 26, 2021, Journal des Voisins
  103. The Châteauguay wastewater problem in the river under study, February 18, 2021, Le Soleil de Châteauguay
  104. Gibbons doubts the will of the Ministry of the Environment, January 30, 2021, The Star of the Lake 
  105. The ministry in no hurry, January 29, 2021, The Star of the Lake
  106. Protection of the Ashuapmushuan River: Luc Gibbons wants to mobilize the region, January 23, 2021, The Daily
  107. Resolute will pour for a month into the Ashuapmushuan, January 18, 2021, Planète Radio 104.5

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