The assessment report completed in 2021 summarized key findings showing the improved water quality and recommended the status change. The NPCA sought feedback on the recommendation from the community, Indigenous partners, and U.S. RAP representatives through comprehensive outreach efforts from June 2021 to May 2022. Support for the status change was received before submitting its recommendation to the governments of Canada and Ontario for…
This document was developed to provide the most up-to-date summary of information about the Niagara River’s remaining BUIs, provide guidance for applying specific delisting criteria, and identify the remaining priority actions and appropriate lead organization(s) involved in the RAP who will implement the activities for each impairment.
An update to the Niagara River RAP Stage 2 Report. This document outlines progress made since the 1995 Stage 2 Report was released, provides recommendations for actions toward delisting, and updates the status and delisting criteria for several beneficial use impairments.
The Implementation Annex completes the RAP Stage 2 Report. The Annex identifies agencies that are responsible
for implementing recommendations, and provides a schedule of activities, timelines and projected costs. The Implementation Annex was replaced by the Stage 2 Update in 2009.
This document completed in 1995 provides recommended options to achieve delisting the Niagara River (Ontario) AOC.
This document updates the 1993 Stage 1 RAP Report after formal reviews by the federal and provincial governments and the International Joint Commission which identified missing information or data gaps.
Identification of environmental conditions and problems in the Niagara River (Ontario) AOC as well as the establishment of the original beneficial use impairments.