Tuesday, March 26, 2019

SAIT Offers First Integrated Water Program Diploma in Canada

The Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT), along with industry partner Imperial, has created the first integrated water program diploma in Canada. Integrated Water Management is...

Report Warns of Far-Reaching Climate Change Impacts on Great Lakes Region

How climate change will affect public health, infrastructure, fish, wildlife, and the economy around the Great Lakes is the focus of a new report. The...

Gordon Foundation Launches Open-Access Hub for Water Quality Data

A new tool will help the public and scientists better understand the health of the Lake Winnipeg watershed. Lake Winnipeg DataStream is an open-access, online...

No Invasive Mussels Detected in Saskatchewan Waters in 2018

The Government of Saskatchewan concluded its 2018 invasive mussel monitoring program with no confirmed findings of invasive mussels in 121 waterbodies sampled throughout the...

Sewer Project in British Columbia Receives Community Support

Sewer service for the Swan Lake Corridor, located in the Regional District of North Okanagan (RDNO), took a major step forward as the majority...

Government of Manitoba Increases Water Infrastructure Funding

The Government of Manitoba has increased the Manitoba Water Services Board capital budget by $2 million for 2019-20, to a total of $15.8 million,...

Gov’t of Canada Helps Protect Communities in Bow Valley from Debris...

François-Philippe Champagne, Canada's Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, announced funding for a project to protect communities along the Bow Valley in Alberta from debris...

Gov’t of Alberta Funds Projects to Deliver Clean Drinking Water in...

The Government of Alberta is providing funding for ten water systems that will deliver clean drinking water to 14 First Nations communities in Alberta. “As...

Government of Canada Funds Flood Protection Project in Kelowna, B.C.

Funding has been announced by the Government of Canada for the Mill Creek Flood Protection project in Kelowna, British Columbia. The flooding of Mill Creek...

New Research Shows More Nitrogen Enters Streams than Expected

New research by a scientific collaboration, led by the USDA Forest Service, shows that more nitrogen from rain and snow is making it to...

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