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All levels of government in Canada have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in some way, shape, or form since March 2020. This is...

Township of Emo, Ontario Receives Funding for Water Infrastructure

The governments of Canada and Ontario have announced joint funding for improvements to potable water infrastructure in the Township of Emo, Ontario. “Long-term investments in...

Memramcook, N.B. Receives Funding to Expand Water System

Funding has been announced to expand the water system in the Village of Memramcook, New Brunswick. “Rural communities are an integral part of our country,...

Communities in Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador Receive Infrastructure Funding

More than $15.2 million in joint funding has been announced for 26 projects to safeguard public health and the environment in communities in Eastern...

Joint Funding Announced for 13 Communities in Newfoundland and Labrador

More than $9.5 million in joint funding has been announced for 13 projects to improve drinking water and wastewater infrastructure in Western Newfoundland and...

Avalon Communities Receive Funding for Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Projects

More than $5.4 million in joint funding has been announced for seven projects. The projects will help improve potable water services and wastewater infrastructure...

Top Five Drinking Water Stories of 2020

1. Government of Canada Announces New Investments for Clean Drinking Water in First Nations Communities While most Canadians have reliable access to clean drinking water,...

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...

Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte Receive Funding to Improve Access to Safe Drinking Water

The Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte (MBQ) and Marc Miller, minister of Indigenous services, have announced funding to support the last phase of...

Pays Plat First Nation and Biigtigong Nishnaabeg First Nation Receive Funding for Water Infrastructure

Federal funding has been announced for drinking water treatment improvements in Pays Plat First Nation. Funding has also been announced for the construction of...

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,...

Governments of Canada and Quebec Invest in Water Infrastructure

The governments of Canada and Quebec have announced more than $918,000 in funding for water infrastructure projects in Desbiens and Saint-Nazaire. The projects will...

Government of Canada Announces New Investments for Clean Drinking Water in First Nations Communities

While most Canadians have reliable access to clean drinking water, many First Nation communities still face pressing water issues; something that has been further...

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...

Water Equity Commission Convened by Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative

Eleven mayors from major Great Lakes and St. Lawrence cities are coming together to address water equity challenges as part of a new Mayors...

Rainy River, Ontario Receives Funding for Water and Wastewater Upgrades

Funding for improvements to water and wastewater infrastructure in Rainy River, Ontario has been announced. “Investments in essential public infrastructure are vital to building resilient...

Funding Announced to Upgrade Water Infrastructure in York Region

Funding to upgrade the water supply, treatment, and storage of drinking water in northern York Region has been announced. “As in many regions across Canada,...

New Technology Aims to Improve Access to Safe Water in Refugee Camps

A new web-based tool aims to help aid workers ensure that water is safe to drink in refugee and internally displaced persons (IDP) camps. Researchers...

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