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Tag: Canadian Water Network

2020 Blue Cities (Virtual Event)

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The 2020 edition of Blue Cities was hosted by the Canadian Municipal Water Consortium from June 1 to 4. While the event was originally...

Richer Data Can Help Improve Flood Hazard Maps: Study

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Richer data can help improve the accuracy of flood hazard maps that are used by governments, insurers, and investors to determine the flood risk,...

Water Priorities for the Federal Election

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Record investments in water infrastructure across the country have put a dent in the needs for new and rehabilitated assets, but there is still...

Paving the Way for Innovation at Blue Cities

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Many municipalities, companies, and organizations have specific drivers for adopting innovation. These stakeholders also typically face barriers when adopting innovative solutions. A session that took...

Municipal Water Pricing Report Highlights Challenges, Opportunities

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A new report by Canadian Water Network (CWN) highlights the mounting financial pressures facing Canadian water utilities. Balancing the Books: Financial Sustainability for Canadian...

Drinking Water Expert Inducted as a Member of the Alberta Order...

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Professional engineer and water scientist Steve Hrudey was recently inducted as a member of the Alberta Order of Excellence. Steve is an internationally renowned researcher, educator, author,...

Canadian Water Network to Study Wastewater Contaminants in Canada

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As the list of chemicals we generate as a society grows and expands, many find their way into wastewater and natural ecosystems. Some of...

COSIA Director Joins Wilfrid Laurier Water Initiative

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Kelly Munkittrick has been named Wilfrid Laurier’s executive director of cold regions and water initiatives, a newly created position within the university. A former director of monitoring with...

Hydraulic Fracturing Report Moves Research Agenda Forward in Canada

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A new report released today seeks to aid provincial and federal governments in determining the best areas in which to advance studies related to...

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...

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