News | July 31, 2018

New Policy Aims to Strengthen Trust in Government Science and Research

Yesterday, the Government of Canada announced the Model Policy on Scientific Integrity, with an intention to foster a culture that supports and promotes science. Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and…

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News, Western CanadaJan. 20, 2009
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Feds Reinvest in Sustainable Infrastructure Research

Universities, municipal governments, and companies in Saskatchewan will be able to work together to develop innovative solutions to assess, maintain, develop and renew vital public infrastructure and municipal services such…
National, NewsJan. 20, 2009
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Feds Take Action to Clean Up Drinking Water in First Nations Communities

Chuck Strahl, Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development and Federal Interlocutor for Métis and Non-Status Indians and Leona Aglukkaq, Minister of Health, have announced upcoming engagement sessions on the…
National, NewsJan. 16, 2009
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2009 Mineral Industry Awards Announced: PDAC

The exciting restoration of the old Britannia mine on the Sea to Sky Highway between Vancouver and Whistler in British Columbia is recognized in this year's list of awards winners…
News, Western CanadaJan. 15, 2009
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BX Creek Gets a Facelift

Through a provincial grant from the General Strategic Priorites Fund, the City of Vernon, B.C. has been awarded $801,800 representing the full cost of the project to upgrade BX Creek…
News, OntarioJan. 15, 2009
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Orangeville Endorses Xogen Pilot Project for Sewage Treatment Plant

The Council of the Town of Orangeville last night passed a resolution supporting in principle a proposal from Orangeville-based Xogen Technologies Inc. to pilot and test a new wastewater treatment…
National, NewsJan. 15, 2009
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Canada's Freshwater Supply at Risk: Declaration

Canadian scientists, water policy and legal experts and environmental activists signed on today to a Freshwater Declaration, calling on all levels of government to take urgent action to develop an…
News, OntarioJan. 15, 2009
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ENPAR Awarded Contract for Pilot Ammonia Treatment Plant

Dr. Gene Shelp, president and CEO of ENPAR Technologies Inc. has announced that ENPAR has been awarded a commercial contract for the construction and on-site testing of a pilot scale…
National, NewsJan. 16, 2009
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2009 Mineral Industry Awards Announced: PDAC

The exciting restoration of the old Britannia mine on the Sea to Sky Highway between Vancouver and Whistler in British Columbia is recognized in this year's list of awards winners…
News, Western CanadaJan. 15, 2009
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BX Creek Gets a Facelift

Through a provincial grant from the General Strategic Priorites Fund, the City of Vernon, B.C. has been awarded $801,800 representing the full cost of the project to upgrade BX Creek…
News, OntarioJan. 15, 2009
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Orangeville Endorses Xogen Pilot Project for Sewage Treatment Plant

The Council of the Town of Orangeville last night passed a resolution supporting in principle a proposal from Orangeville-based Xogen Technologies Inc. to pilot and test a new wastewater treatment…
National, NewsJan. 15, 2009
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Canada's Freshwater Supply at Risk: Declaration

Canadian scientists, water policy and legal experts and environmental activists signed on today to a Freshwater Declaration, calling on all levels of government to take urgent action to develop an…
News, OntarioJan. 15, 2009
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ENPAR Awarded Contract for Pilot Ammonia Treatment Plant

Dr. Gene Shelp, president and CEO of ENPAR Technologies Inc. has announced that ENPAR has been awarded a commercial contract for the construction and on-site testing of a pilot scale…

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Global Water Roundtable Created: Stockholm

[caption id="attachment_3040" align="alignleft" width="331" caption="A photo from earlier today in Stockholm. (Credit: Stockholm International Water Institute)"][/caption] A new initiative launched during World Water Week in Stockholm will establish global standards for water stewardship, with the goal of addressing the global threat of water stress, the increasing pollution of rivers and a decline in freshwater wildlife species. In conjunction with the announcement, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) also accepted a four-year, $1-million…
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Selkirk, Manitoba, Invests in Reducing Combined Sewers

Its asset management plan has helped Selkirk, Manitoba, invest in eliminating its combined sewers to reduce basement backups and prevent potential overflows of combined sewer effluent being dumped into the Red River. An investment of close to $1 million will improve three city streets, drainage, and reduce the number of combined sewer systems that still exist in Selkirk. The city of approximately 10,000 people made its capital investment decision based…
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$4.5M to Corner Brook, Nfld., for Water Quality, Culverts

Yesterday, Newfoundland and Labrador announced more than $4.5 million for water systems in the City of Corner Brook. Eddie Joyce, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Environment, was joined today by Gerry Byrne, Minister of Advanced Education and Skills and MHA for Corner Brook, to announce over $4.5 million through the Multi Year Capital Works (MYCW) program for projects in the City of Corner Brook. Minister Joyce also announced more than…
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