Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Tag: B.C.

Kelowna Wastewater Asset Management Report

The City of Kelowna has reported that it has good wastewater asset management news. At Kelowna’s city council meeting on February 20th, Joel Shaw,...

B.C. Watertech Wins Innovation Award for Ammonia Removal

Axine Water Technologies has won a BCIC Ignite Award for ammonia removal technology. Administered by the BC Innovation Council, the award honours three research...

B.C. Watershed Snowpack 79 per cent of Normal

The latest survey of snowpack in British Columbia shows that there has been below-average accumulation in the province’s watersheds, reports the River Forecast Centre...

Cranbrook Releases Time-Lapse Video of Dam Rehabilitation

The City of Cranbrook has released a time-lapse video of the dam rehabilitation at Idlewild Lake. Deemed by B.C.'s Ministry of Forests, Lands and...

Columbia Basin Trust Initiative Helps Reduce Water Use

The Columbia Basin Trust has announced the success of a water conservation project that saw communities reduce their water consumption between 2 and 39...

Land Transferred to First Nations after Harbour Remediation

On December 6th, the federal Government announced the transfer of three parcels of land totalling 1.707 hectares in Rock Bay, British Columbia, from Canada to a partnership...

Climate Change Prompts Stormwater Infrastructure Resilience

City planners in Campbell River, B.C., have planned to address climate change impacts and rising sea levels on stormwater infrastructure and public space in...

Metro Vancouver Loves Water

We Love Water is an indoor water conservation campaign run by Metro Vancouver. The campaign's message is: using water wisely is the right thing...

Water Facilities Certifier, EOCP, Adds New Members

The EOCP has a stated mission “to protect human health, the environment, and the investment in facilities through increased knowledge, skill, and proficiency

BC Hydroelectric Focus of United Nations Concern

Meanwhile, Site C and BC Hydro continue to work with Firs Nations communities. In July, BC Hydro and the McLeod Lake Indian Band reached agreements on anticipated economic developments from the project. The agreements include an Impact Benefits Agreement, a Contracting Agreement, as well as a Tripartite Lands Agreement, which involves the B.C. provincial government.

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