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Regina Approves P3 Approach for Wastewater Upgrade

Regina's City Council has approved a public-private partnership (P3) approach for its wastewater treatment plant upgrade. This means the City will have a single,...

Proposed Wastewater Deal a First for City of Regina

The City of Regina recently approved a recommendation for a 45-year deal to supply Western Potash Corpwith the City’s treated wastewater. The arrangement to...

U of Regina Greywater Reclamation Tech Funded

Dr. Stephanie Young’s research team at the University of Regina will install and pilot test greywater reclamation technology at the campus’ Research & Innovation...

$9.9M for Regina Water Projects

The end of January saw a funding announcement of nearly $45.8 million from the federal, provincial and municipal governments for 15 new infrastructure projects...

Water Security Agency investing in key water infrastructure projects

Moose Jaw, Sask. - The Water Security Agency (WSA) is working to advance more than 60 key water infrastructure projects in 2024-25, with a...

Improved water infrastructure for nine Saskatchewan communities

Regina, SK - Nine water infrastructure projects in Saskatchewan will improve residents' quality of life and contribute to the province's long-term sustainability and growth...

Saskatchewan’s Water Security Agency investing in flood hazard mapping improvement

The Water Security Agency (WSA) is continuing to enhance and improve water management for the province with a key investment in the Flood Hazard...

Ontario partnering with Indigenous leaders to protect the Great Lakes

Toronto - The Ontario government is investing nearly $1 million to support Indigenous-led projects and increased collaboration with Indigenous organizations and youth to help...

What will 2023 look like for Canadian water utilities? 

Sixteen Canadian water utilities came together in the Fall of 2022 to reflect on shared water utility trends. During the conversation hosted by Canadian...
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University of Lethbridge study to focus on the environmental impacts of effluent release

Around the world, people use wetlands to help treat wastewater. University of Lethbridge researchers will look to better understand how these complex systems work...

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