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Metro Vancouver Purchases Wetlands

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Metro Vancouver has taken steps to protect regional wetlands by purchasing nearly eight hectares of marsh and uplands on Pitt River, a large tributary...

Lloydminster Introduces New Sewer Use Bylaw

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The City of Lloydminster, which straddles the border between Alberta and Saskatchewan, is taking steps to control what is discharged into its wastewater with...

Grand River Polluted with Artificial Sweeteners

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Ontario’s Grand River contains elevated concentrations of artificial sweeteners such as sucralose, cyclamate, saccharin, and acesulfame, according to a study conducted by researchers from...

Pilots Take Flight

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As populations grow, infrastructure fails, and funding shrinks, Canadian municipalities are developing an urgent need to find ways to make water and wastewater treatment...

Sediment Release in Athabasca River Being Monitored

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The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo, Alberta, is monitoring sediment released from a decommissioned coal mine to ensure the safety of their water supply....

Flow Woes

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In August 2012, the City of Winnipeg received 600 complaints from residents experiencing brown tap water in their homes. In August 2013, that number...

Central Okanagan Treatment Plant Saves Thousands of Dollars

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The Regional District of Central Okanagan will save an estimated $12,000 a year as a result of improvements made earlier this year at the...

University of Manitoba’s CREATE H2O Project Receives Funding

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The University of Manitoba has received a Government of Canada investment through the National Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) to support...

Purifics and University of Toronto Research Group Work Together

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London, Ontario-based water purification technology company Purifics ES Inc has supplied the University of Toronto Drinking Water Research Group with a Photo-Cat (Photocatalysis) Laboratory...

Flood on the Front Lines

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In late June, southern Alberta was struck by heavy rainfalls that caused three of the province’s rivers to flow five to 10 times their...

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