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Blue Economy: Ensuring prosperity in the Canadian water industry

There are a number of emerging challenges and opportunities in the Canadian water industry. Some communities are dealing with water shortages and boil water...

$1 Million Allocated for Water Monitoring in Canadian Columbia Basin

Melting glaciers, drier weather, and diminished stream flows are signs that the global climate crisis is affecting freshwater resources in the Canadian Columbia River...

Unprecedented High Water Levels Expected Across NWT

The Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) is advising the that unprecedented high water levels are expected across the territory this spring, which will...
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Terrace Bay and Red Rock Receive Funding for Infrastructure Improvements

Joint funding for water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure improvements has been announced for the Townships of Terrace Bay and Red Rock in Ontario. “Long-term investments...

Scientist David Schindler Passes Away at 80

The University of Alberta is mourning the loss of ecology professor emeritus David Schindler, a devoted family man, friend and mentor. The University noted...

Okanagan at Risk of Extreme Flooding: OBWB

The Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) has sent a letter to the Province of B.C., requesting a review of how it manages Okanagan lake...

Shuswap Watershed Council Launches Water Quality Grant Program

The Shuswap Watershed Council (SWC) is inviting applications to its Water Quality Grant Program for the second year running. “One of the SWC’s primary objectives...

Building the Business Case for Natural Infrastructure

Flooding is a critical issue facing Canadian municipalities that will only become more challenging as we continue to experience the effects of climate change....

Targeted Wetland Restoration Near Farms Would Dramatically Reduce Water Pollution: Study

Targeted wetland restoration in heavily farmed areas would dramatically reduce the amount of nitrogen polluting rivers, lakes and coastal areas, according to a new...

Credit Valley Conservation Receives Federal Funding for Stormwater Project

Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) has received nearly $100,000 from Environment and Climate Change Canada to build six rain gardens at local schools. A rain garden...

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