Niagara River Ecosystem Indicator Status Change

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A recent assessment report indicates that all water quality and remediation goals have been met!

Partners working together to improve the Niagara River's water quality and ecosystem health are pleased to share that recent actions have improved the conditions at Queen's Royal Beach.

In a joint effort with the Town of Niagara on the Lake (NOTL) and other Niagara River Remedial Action Plan (RAP) partners, we are seeking your input on the recommendation to change the status of the RAP's indicator to show water quality in the Niagara River is improved.

This is a tremendous milestone on our journey to restore water quality and ecosystem health of the Niagara River, and remove it from the list of Great Lakes Areas of Concern. Your participation and feedback are greatly appreciated. Scroll down for tools to help you get involved!

Watch this short video for a full summary of issues and findings.


Thanks to the following RAP partners that made this project possible: Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks, Niagara Region, and the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority.

A recent assessment report indicates that all water quality and remediation goals have been met!

Partners working together to improve the Niagara River's water quality and ecosystem health are pleased to share that recent actions have improved the conditions at Queen's Royal Beach.

In a joint effort with the Town of Niagara on the Lake (NOTL) and other Niagara River Remedial Action Plan (RAP) partners, we are seeking your input on the recommendation to change the status of the RAP's indicator to show water quality in the Niagara River is improved.

This is a tremendous milestone on our journey to restore water quality and ecosystem health of the Niagara River, and remove it from the list of Great Lakes Areas of Concern. Your participation and feedback are greatly appreciated. Scroll down for tools to help you get involved!

Watch this short video for a full summary of issues and findings.


Thanks to the following RAP partners that made this project possible: Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks, Niagara Region, and the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    An assessment report (read here) indicates that all water quality and remediation goals have been met and the Queen’s Royal Beach is swimmableWe are seeking your input on the recommendation to officially change the status of the Remedial Action Plan's indicator to show water quality in the Niagara River is improved.

    The survey will be open until August 6, 2021. It may take 3-5 minutes to complete (depending on the amount of time taken for the open-ended questions).

    You do not need to provide personal information unless you request to be contacted by NPCA staff. Any personal information (i.e., name or address) provided will not be shared publicly nor linked to your answers. 

    Contact us at info@ourniagarariver.ca or 905-788-3135 x327 for more information.

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