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Yearly Archives: 2013

Manitoba Commits Funding for Research on Lake Winnipeg

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The Lake Winnipeg Research Consortium will receive continued funding from the Province of Manitoba, according to a December 20 announcement from Minister of Conservation...

P3 Canada Fund to Invest in Hamilton Biosolids Management Program

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The P3 Canada Fund will be contributing $22.9 million towards the City of Hamilton Biosolids Management project. David Sweet, member of Parliament for Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough-Westdale,...

Metro Vancouver Purchases Wetlands

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Metro Vancouver has taken steps to protect regional wetlands by purchasing nearly eight hectares of marsh and uplands on Pitt River, a large tributary...

A River Runs Through It

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Whether they reflect true political boundaries or an imagined world, truly useful maps require a thoughtful approach—one that causes the user to pause, find...

Ontario Approves Plan to Better Protect Niagara Drinking Water

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The Province of Ontario has approved the Niagara Peninsula Source Protection Plan for implementation next fall. The plan was developed by the Niagara Peninsula...

Lloydminster Introduces New Sewer Use Bylaw

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The City of Lloydminster, which straddles the border between Alberta and Saskatchewan, is taking steps to control what is discharged into its wastewater with...

Okanagan Basin Water Board Now Accepting Grant Applications

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The Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) announced on December 12 that it is accepting applications for its 2014 Water Conservation and Quality Improvement (WCQI)...

Manitoba Invests in Sewer and Water Infrastructure

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On December 13, Manitoba Minister of Municipal Government, Stan Struthers, announced the completion of four water and sewer infrastructure projects in central-Manitoba with the...

Durham Water and Sewer Rates to Increase in 2014

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Durham Region will see an increase in their water and sanitary sewer rates in 2014, as Durham Regional Council approved a combined increase of...

Grand River Polluted with Artificial Sweeteners

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Ontario’s Grand River contains elevated concentrations of artificial sweeteners such as sucralose, cyclamate, saccharin, and acesulfame, according to a study conducted by researchers from...
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