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York Region Drinking Water Receives an ‘A’

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The Regional Municipality of York's drinking water quality surpasses Ontario's stringent standards, making the purchase of bottled water an unnecessary expense, according to a...

Protecting Lake Simcoe

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Once known as Canada's ice fishing capital, Lake Simcoe is Ontario's largest lake after the Great Lakes, boasting a surface area of approximately 744...

Council Suggests Improvements for Watershed Planning

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Groups and individuals who manage Alberta's watersheds, or those affected by decisions around watershed management, need to have a voice in planning and decisions...

Projects to Map Aquifers in B.C.’s Horn River Basin

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Geoscience BC and the Horn River Basin Producers Group have launched several collaborative geoscience projects to identify and map subsurface aquifers in the Horn...

Manitoba Assaults Phosphorus

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New measures were announced last week by Manitoba's Conservation Minister Stan Struthers as part of an aggressive plan to reduce phosphorus that promotes growth...

Canada Invests $4.5M in UN Water Program

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On the eve of World Water Day, Minister of the Environment Jim Prentice announced that Canada will invest $2.5 million over five years to...

Canadians Too Confident in Supply of Fresh Water? Poll

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Canada may be on the brink of a fresh water crisis and unless Canadians start taking notice, our economy will suffer. That's the conclusion...

Vaughan and Kleinburg Water Systems Get Perfect Scores

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The City of Vaughan has achieved a perfect score - 100 per cent - for its water quality and distribution systems from the Ontario...

$4.8M to Construct Fernie Reservoir

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A federal-provincial investment of over $4.8 million will improve the drinking water in Fernie, B.C. The money will be directed to a new reservoir,...

Stock the Shelves

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According to the United Nations, the current slump in the world's biggest economies will shrink global output by 0.4 per cent in 2009 — the...

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