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Tag: Canada

Wood Buffalo, Alberta Launches Water Conservation Campaign

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Wood Buffalo, Alberta launched its water conservation campaign on May 20. The goal of this initiative is multifaceted: to highlight the importance of water...

Canadian Government Tightening Water Standards on National Planes, Trains, and Ships

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The Canadian government is introducing stricter regulations to ensure clean water aboard planes, trains, and passenger ships for drinking, hand washing, oral hygiene, and...

Unsafe Amounts of Lead in 13 Per Cent of Toronto Homes:...

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The Toronto Star has reported that tap water in 13 per cent of Toronto homes tested over the last six years contain an unsafe...

PM Announces National Conservation Plan

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Prime Minister Stephen Harper launched the new National Conservation Plan (NCP) on May 15 in New Maryland, New Brunswick. The plan aims to provide...

Canadian and American Researchers Link Groundwater Use to Earthquakes

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

Okanagan Basin Water Board Proposes Province-Wide Water Commission

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The Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) is proposing to the provincial government a British Columbia water commission to streamline water use reporting and to...

Manitoba Announces New Peatlands Policy

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The Province of Manitoba released a new Peatlands Stewardship Strategy on April 30, including Canada’s first stand-alone legislation on the subject. The legislation will...

Ontario Named an International Water Industry Leader

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According to WaterTAP Ontario, Canada’s most populous province has awarded more water industry patents in the past 30 years than any other comparable government...

Keeyask Generation Project Report Released

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Manitoba’s Conservation and Water Stewardship Minister Gord Mackintosh released the Clean Environment Commission’s (CEC) report on the Keeyask Generation Project on May 7. It...

Canadian Water Network Invests in Research to Integrate Traditional and Western...

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The Canadian Water Network (CWN) is investing nearly $200,000 in a research project aimed at addressing the disproportionate burden First Nations communities in Canada...

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