Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Water Canada Announces 2019 Water’s Next Finalists

Water Canada’s annual Water’s Next awards program honours the incredible achievements and ideas of individuals and companies that successfully work to make a positive...

Asset Management, Climate Change, and Municipal Infrastructure

Asset management and climate change are two hot topics currently being discussed in the context of municipal infrastructure, according to Akeel Ali, an asset...

Water Security in the Mining Sector

What is the state of play for catalyzing water security in the mining sector? This was the key question that Christina Copeland, senior manager for...

Kitchener’s Advancement in Integrated Stormwater Management

Degraded water quality, increased stream temperatures, and erosion along watercourses – these are just some of the impacts that urbanization has on the environment,...

Get Smart on Stormwater to Save Billions

As climate change begins to gather speed, its impacts become more visible each year. It is not just about polar bears anymore. It isn’t...

Water Steward

Kat Hartwig brings her passion for environmental protection to her role as the executive director of Living Lakes Canada, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to...

Supporting First Nation Water and Wastewater Operators in Ontario

The Aboriginal Water and Wastewater Association of Ontario (AWWAO) has been playing an important role in supporting First Nation operators, so that they have...

Communities Come Together to Tackle Urban Flooding

It doesn’t take much convincing to believe that flooding is a big problem in Canadian communities. The insurance industry has been sounding the alarm...

Plastics and Other Waste in Our Watersheds

How did we get to a stage when microplastics have become a ubiquitous issue? This was one of the questions raised by Dr. Chelsea Rochman,...

First Nations Partnership for Ecosystem Repair of Alouette River

In the Alouette watershed in British Columbia, water runs from the mountains and ridge tops into the local ponds, streams, and lakes. The water...

Building Context Around Water Data

While data is a representation of reality, the stories we tell based on that data are products of interpretation. Practitioners often debate data collection...

What Does Reconciliation Mean for Safe Water Governance?

Reconciliation means “...that if you are a child living on reserve, you should be able to turn on the tap and have clean water...

Top 10 Most Read Feature Articles in 2018

At the close of 2018, Water Canada wanted to highlight a year of fantastic, original feature articles. Some were published exclusively on our website,...

Water Canada’s Top 10 News Stories of 2018

It's been a busy year at Water Canada. This year we saw our widest ranging audience ever, and you doubled the time you spent...

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