Lake Ontario Water released into the St. Lawrence via Cornwall Ontario due to low levels – June 28, 2010

Cornwall ON – It may feel like it’s raining all the time, but the mighty St. Lawrence river is suffering from lower water levels.  So much so that water from Lake Ontario may be released through the dams in Cornwall Ontario.


Hundreds of thousands of cubic metres are already being drawn every second from Lake Ontario, and the flow through the Cornwall dam could rise by more than double by the end of summer, former Dorval mayor Peter Yeomans said yesterday.

I’m not sure about many of you, but I find this very scary.  Where is our water going?  You can post your comments below Canada.

1 Comment

  1. The fish are drinking it?

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