Lake Winnipeg
DataStream

An open access hub for sharing water data

Our mission is to promote knowledge sharing and advance collaborative water stewardship

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Explore Monitoring Results

One-click visualizations make monitoring results easier to understand.

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Stories & Announcements

Grand Beach (Photo from June 2019) Credit: M. Campbell

CBM in Action: Lake Winnipeg Foundation

April is Citizen Science Month - a great opportunity to celebrate water monitors from communities across Canada.

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Dive into Data Webinar Series

Dive into Data Webinar Series

We’re excited to launch a new webinar series to explore the (sometimes complicated) always exciting world of water data!  

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DataStream Publishes Open Data Standard to Support Water Science

The publication of an open data standard is enabling valuable freshwater data to be organized, accessed, and shared in a harmonized way. This data standard underpins   DataStream, a growing online platform for sharing water data collected by Canada’s diverse water monitoring and research community.

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Better Data Means Better Decisions

Communities can drive the data-to-policy cycle. Lake Winnipeg DataStream is designed to support this.

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Community

Community

Communities are connected to their waters and best-placed to see changes as they happen.

DataStream

DataStream

DataStream provides a place to store, share, and compare water monitoring data across watersheds.

Open Data To Knowledge

Open Data To Knowledge

Open data advances scientific knowledge, supports collaboration, and fuels innovation.

Policy & Action

Policy & Action

Knowledge can be translated into action to protect the health of watersheds on which we all depend.

Lake Winnipeg DataStream at a Glance

DataStream brings water monitoring information together so it’s open, accessible and usable.

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Monitoring Groups

450,812

Unique Measurements

445

Monitoring Sites