Tuesday, July 27, 2021

New partnership aims to preserve local waters in Port Credit

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A new partnership aims to empower community members to protect local waters and encourage others in the area to get involved. Inner Beach, a retail...

Jackie Pagaduan joins Actual Media as business development manager

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Actual Media is pleased to announce that Jackie Pagaduan has joined the company as the business development manager for Water Canada and the Environment...

Canada announces funding for North End Sewage Treatment Plant

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Funding has been announced for the North End Sewage Treatment Plant in Winnipeg. “Investing in renewing or modernizing our public infrastructure is essential to sustain...

Canada invests $25 million to protect wetlands and grasslands

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Canada’s minister of agriculture and agri-food, Marie-Claude Bibeau, has announced more than $25 million in funding to conserve, restore, and enhance critical wetlands and grasslands...

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Jackie Pagaduan joins Actual Media as business development manager

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Actual Media is pleased to announce that Jackie Pagaduan has joined the company as the business development manager for Water Canada and the Environment...

How to empower more women to enter and stay in the...

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The scarcity of women in the environment sector and working in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) positions is an ongoing concern. And the...

Regulators should identify true cost of sanitation services: IWA

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Water regulators should develop a model to identify the full life costs and benefits of sanitation services, according to a new report from the International Water...

Great Lakes communities to spend $2 billion combatting climate change

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A new report reveals that Great Lakes and St. Lawrence communities will spend nearly $2 billion over next five years to combat coastal damages...
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