A report issued by the International Joint Commission leaves little doubt that commercial fertilizer and manure applications are the largest sources of excess phosphorus into the western basin of Lake Erie.


CTV News

Latest News

Jpost: Gaza's Kerem Shalom crossing could open at 9 a.m. on Wednesday

Jpost: Malta: Aquarius humanitarian ship can dock, migrants to be shared

WashingtonPost: How Saudi’s Stake in Tesla Could Help Musk Go Private

FOX: Twitter responds to Massachusetts mayor boycotting Sam Adams beer after brewery co-founder thanks Trump

FOX: The Latest: Archbishop defends himself amid critical report

FOX: Alabama high school quits playing 'Dixie' at football games

FOX: Video of baby's excited reaction to doll resembling military dad goes viral

FOX: New York subway riders attack conductor after announcement train would be making only express stops

FOX: Michigan church apologizes after breastfeeding mom accused of 'lustfulness'

CNN: Golf's hot property and the struggle to be famous

CNN: An uphill battle but this record breaker blazed the trail

CBC: TIFF 2018: Outlaw King to open Toronto film fest; Jeremiah Terminator LeRoy to close

CBC: Calgary, Vancouver and Toronto ranked in top 10 of world's most livable cities

BBC: Fans set to return to Egypt league for the first time since 2012

ABC: More flooding possible in Northeast as stormy summer continues

Los Angeles Times: This hike has panoramic views and a Cold War missile system. Picnic table included

Los Angeles Times: La Habra defensive back Clark Phillips III brings versatility to the game

USA Today: Man proposes via crop circle

USA Today: Wave of arson attacks targets scores of cars in Sweden

USA Today: Tesla board committee to weigh Elon Musk's plan to go private

USA Today: Designer uses blood and sweat to decorate clothes

USA Today: 'Heathers' crew recalls cult classic on 30th anniversary

USA Today: Man proposes via crop circle