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Project to Detect COVID-19 Through Wastewater Expands Across Nova Scotia

Researchers have started collecting human wastewater samples at sites across Nova Scotia. Samples are being collected as part of a project that could help...

Communities in Western Newfoundland and Labrador Receive Infrastructure Funding

More than $6 million in joint funding has been announced for seven projects in the Bay of Islands, in Western Newfoundland and Labrador. The...

Government of Canada Supports Commercial Development in Metepenagiag First Nation

The Government of Canada has announced $2.4 million in funding to support future commercial development of land in Metepenagiag First Nation, located in Moncton,...

Projects in Atlantic Canada Receive Funding to Protect Aquatic Species at Risk

Up to $12.1 million in funding under the Canada Nature Fund for Aquatic Species at Risk has been announced for 13 projects in Atlantic...

Government of Canada Invests in Priority Ecosystems in Atlantic Canada

The Government of Canada will be investing $1 million in six new projects to directly address water quality issues in two priority ecosystems in...

Funding Announced for Water and Wastewater Projects in Paradise

Over $5 million dollars in join funding has been announced for two water and wastewater projects in Paradise, Newfoundland and Labrador. “Long-term investments in infrastructure...

Communities in Newfoundland and Labrador Receive Funding for Water Infrastructure

Funding has been announced for four water and wastewater projects in Newfoundland and Labrador. The projects will provide greater access to clean, potable water...

LuminUltra Files Patent for Rapid, Onsite COVID-19 Wastewater Testing Solution

LuminUltra has filed a patent for a complete, rapid, and on-site COVID-19 wastewater testing solution that aims to make non-invasive community health assessment far...

Government of Canada Announces Next Step to Remove Vessel from Port of Bridgewater

A step toward the permanent removal of the vessel Cormorant located in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia has been announced by the Government of Canada. “This issue...

Harbour Grace, Nfld. and Lab. Receives Funding for Water Infrastructure

Funding for a project to provide residents with cleaner water in Harbour Grace has been announced. “Investing in modern and reliable water and wastewater as well...

Winner Announced for the Atlantic Canada 2020 AquaHacking Challenge

Clean Catch Baits, a company that creates biodegradable fishing lures, is the winner of the inaugural Atlantic Canada 2020 AquaHacking Challenge. Based out of Saint...

Funding Announced for Wastewater Treatment Plant in Shubenacadie, N.S.

Funding to improve the wastewater treatment plant in the community of Shubenacadie, in the Municipality of East Hants, has been announced. “Support for local infrastructure,...

Metering Helps Reduce Water Consumption in Charlottetown

The Charlottetown Water and Sewer Utility has seen a significant decrease in annual water consumption over the past seven years since the Universal Metering...

Glace Bay, N.S. Receives Federal and Provincial Investment in Water and Wastewater Systems

Glace Bay, Nova Scotia has received federal and provincial funding to upgrade its water and wastewater systems. “The upgrades to Glace Bay’s water and wastewater...

New Brunswick Releases Flood Map for 2018

New Brunswick’s Department of Environment and Local Government has used the latest available technology to create a flood map for 2018. That year, the...

Wastewater Treatment Plant in New Brunswick Receives Federal and Provincial Funding

Funding has been announced to upgrade the wastewater treatment plant operated by the Greater Shediac Sewerage Commission in Boudreau-Ouest, New Brunswick. The $32.3 million in...

Melanie Nadeau Joins Centre for Ocean Ventures and Entrepreneurship as CEO

Melanie Nadeau, P. Eng., has been appointed chief executive officer of the Centre for Ocean Ventures and Entrepreneurship (COVE). Jim King, chair of the COVE...

Two Infrastructure Projects in Newfoundland & Labrador Receive Funding

Funding for two water and wastewater projects in Deer Lake, Newfoundland and Labrador has been announced. “Investing in modern and reliable water and wastewater infrastructure...

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