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Federal Party Leaders Plans for Great Lakes Protection

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The Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative (GLSLCI) sent questionnaires to five political parties; four were returned. "Given the national and international importance of...

Party Leaders Urged to Sign Great Lakes Pledge

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Environmental groups asked the leaders of the federal parties yesterday to put their name to a pledge to make toxic pollution in the Great...

Ike’s Effects Linger in Great Lakes

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Although Hurricane Ike is long gone, its impact lingers more than a thousand miles from where it made landfall. Runoff from tributaries dumped massive...

Water Pipeline Project Launched

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Ottawa, Ont.- A $4.22 million federal government infrastructure investment will lay the groundwork for the construction of a regional water supply and distribution system...

RBC Makes Donation to LOW

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Toronto, Ont.- RBC has made a donation of $200,000 to the Lake Ontario Waterkeeper (LOW) to fund its ongoing work for community-based water quality...

Deadline Extension for Lake Winnipeg Stewardship Fund

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Due to overwhelming interest to help protect Lake Winnipeg, the deadline for project submissions to the Lake Winnipeg Stewardship Fund is being extended from...

CAW, AFN Celebrate Clean Well Water

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On Wednesday, Assembly of First Nations national chief Phil Fontaine and Canadian Auto Workers union president Buzz Hargrove will visit the community of Little...

Trojan Technologies Acquires R-Can Environmental

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Trojan Technologies, a manufacturer of water treatment solutions, has acquired R-Can Environmental Inc. R-Can manufactures ultraviolet equipment in residential water disinfection applications. The combined...

CWQA OffersTwo-Day Water Treatment Basics Course

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The Canadian Water Quality Association will host a two-day course on water treatment basics this month in Toronto. The seminar takes place Aug 27...

Ontario to Develop Plan to Protect Lake Simcoe

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The Province of Ontario announced this week it is taking a major step to address the effects more than 200 years of human activity...

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