Author Archives: Nathalie Landry

Five Years of Study on Fish Populations Since Opening of the Causeway Gates Show Signs Petitcodiac River Ecosystem Health Improving

MONCTON, NEW BRUNSWICK – MONDAY JUNE 15, 2015 – With spring well underway, many sea-run fish species are entering the Petitcodiac River for spawning or rearing purposes.ThePetitcodiac Fish Recovery Coalition has set up its live fish trap and is ready to collect another season of data in order to monitor how well different fish speciesContinue Reading

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Petitcodiac Riverkeeper Worried about TransAqua’s (Greater Moncton Wastewater Commission) P3 Project

MONCTON, NB – May 7, 2015 – Petitcodiac Riverkeeper says it is worried about the Greater Moncton Wastewater Commission’s (now known as TransAqua) plan to seek a P3 (public-private partnership) as a funding model. The P3 project means to invest in a facilities upgrade to secondary treatment in order to meet new federal regulations that willContinue Reading

Petitcodiac Riverkeeper Reveals New Strategic Plan. Community Engagement Towards Revitalizing the Petitcodiac, Memramcook and Shepody Rivers Top Priority.

NEWS RELEASE MONCTON, NEW BRUNSWICK – March 19th, 2015 – Petitcodiac Riverkeeper held its Annual General Meeting last night at the Chateau Moncton Hotel. The organisation, now in it’s 16th year, proudly presented new strategic priorities that will guide its members and volunteers. While our region’s beloved “Chocolate River” is doing much better since theContinue Reading

Petitcodiac Riverkeeper’s 2015 Annual General Meeting

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2015 INVITATION TO OUR MEMBERS, THE PUBLIC AND THE MEDIA Wednesday, March 18th, 2015 – 7pm – Chateau Moncton Hotel You are cordially invited to attend the Petitcodiac Riverkeeper’s 2015 Annual General Meeting, Wednesday March 18th, 2015, at 7:00 pm at the Chateau Moncton Hotel (Port Royal conference room). Come meet our dedicatedContinue Reading

Would you like to help revitalize the Petitcodiac, Memramcook and Shepody rivers?

There is a team of volunteers which has responded YES to this question! Our Mission Petitcodiac Riverkeeper welcomes Anglophones and Francophones who want to work together to ensure the restoration, protection and development of the Petitcodiac River and Shepody Bay Estuary watersheds. Territory We are looking to recruit volunteers residing in the following regions: Riverview Salisbury-PetitcodiacContinue Reading