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- Press Releases — issued by the Ottawa River Regulating Committee, to inform residents of specific river conditions on the main stem of the Ottawa River (e.g. start of freshet, increased risk of flooding)
- Bulletins — posted by the Planning Board, the Regulating Committee, or the Ottawa River Regulation Secretariat, to inform residents of various activities (e.g. change in forecast frequency, release of a publication), or — posted by any agencies composing the Regulating Committee, to inform residents of abnormal river conditions or special operations for a specific structure or river reach.
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River conditions forecasts posted on 2020-04-02 by Ottawa River Regulating Committee
Water levels and flows on the Ottawa River from Mattawa down to Lake Deschenes are expected to increase gradually over
Press Release posted on 2020-03-29 by Ottawa River Regulating Committee
The Ottawa River Regulating Committee would like to inform watershed residents that levels and flows along the Ottawa River have
Bulletins posted on 2020-03-27 by Hydro Quebec
Starting this week, Hydro Quebec will progressively lower forebay (area just upstream of dams) levels at its run-of-the-river facilities on
Bulletins posted on 2020-03-20 by Ottawa River Regulation Planning Board
Members of the Ottawa River Regulation Planning Board are committed to ensuring the continued cooperative management of the principal reservoirs
Bulletins posted on 2020-03-20 by Ottawa River Regulating Committee
The Ottawa River Regulating Committee monitors the Ottawa River basin closely at this time of the year in preparation for
Bulletins posted on 2020-03-10 by Ontario Power Generation
OPG is currently in the process of drawing levels on the Ottawa river down upstream of Des Joachims generating station. This annual
Bulletins posted on 2020-03-09 by Ottawa River Regulation Planning Board
The Ottawa River Regulation Planning Board is excited to announce the launch of its new website on March 7, 2020!
River conditions forecasts posted on 2020-03-03 by Ottawa River Regulating Committee
Levels and flows at most places on the main stem of the Ottawa River are slightly below normal for this