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Canadian and American Researchers Link Groundwater Use to Earthquakes

Researchers at the University of Ottawa and Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington have published an article exploring the direct link between human caused...

Metro Basin Blues

Around the globe, there is concern about the effects of China’s rapid economic development on the air, land, water, and energy resources, as well...

World Wide Water

In 2010, Suncor Energy’s Edmonton refinery drew 50 per cent of its water from the City’s Gold Bar Wastewater Treatment Plant, significantly reducing the...

Water in Agriculture

In many parts of the world, people are worried about the increase in water scarcity. Greater scarcity can be traced to two trends. The...

Interview: Dianne Cunningham

On June 14, the Lawrence National Centre for Policy and Management released a report on its Water Innovation Forum, held January 23-24, 2011, in...

Feds Invest in More Lake Simcoe Restoration Projects

The federal government announced on Tuesday that 19 projects will receive funding under round six of the Lake Simcoe Clean-Up Fund. "Since 2008, the five-year...

The Home Advantage

While we’re not facing a national water crisis, it’s no secret that this country is rife with water challenges. The Canadian Water Network (CWN) plays...

Sask. Water Infrastructure Program Now Province-Wide

Saskatchewan's Farm and Ranch Water Infrastructure Program will now be available to the entire province. Originally offered in the southwest last year, the expanded program...

Farmers Dispose of Obsolete Pesticides

While pesticide use is a reality for many farms, Manitoba farmers are taking steps to protect the land and water by avoiding the careless...

Annapolis Valley to Undergo Groundwater Survey

Farmers and other groundwater users in the Annapolis Valley are being asked to take part in a study that will help to improve water-use...

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