Friday, September 24, 2021

Ontario provides drought support for livestock farmers

The Ontario government is providing support for livestock farmers impacted by drought conditions in Northwestern Ontario. The government is providing up to $15,000 through...

New water treatment facility in Comox Valley

A new water treatment facility will provide safe drinking water to 50,000 residents in Comox Valley. “This is an exciting day for everyone in the...

New report examines value of juvenile salmon habitat in northern B.C.

A new report on the value and vulnerability of juvenile salmon habitat in northern B.C.’s Skeena River reveals how climate change and development are...

Canadian National Railway Company fined for Fisheries Act offence

On September 15, 2021, Canadian National Railway Company (CN Rail) pleaded guilty in Prince Rupert Provincial Court to a charge of violating subsection 36(3)...

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Young Professional: Wai Ying Lam

The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority’s Wai Ying Lam was recognized in the Young Professional category of the 2021 Water’s Next Awards.  Wai Ying Lam has...

Water Steward of the Year: Warren Brown

Lytton First Nation's Warren Brown was recognized in the Water/Wastewater Operator category of the 2021 Water’s Next Awards. Brown also received additional recognition as...

More water lies within the Earth’s continental crust: Research

More water lies within the Earth’s continental crust than previously thought, according to new estimates published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters. The estimates...

New research aims to keep mine waste out of water

New research from the University of Waterloo will help mining companies better understand the negative societal and environmental impacts of mine waste disasters, known...