Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Tag: Christine Melnick

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“People ask what Manitoba and Israel could possibly have in common. Well, the answer is water. And we’re learning through collaboration how we can...

Manitoba Announces Shoreline Protection Pilot

The Manitoba government is supporting a $100,000 pilot project to preserve and build up Victoria beach, Water Stewardship Minister Christine Melnick announced today. Through a...

Manitoba Funds Flood Protection Study

The Manitoba government has set aside a total of $740,000 to conduct feasibility studies for future permanent, community flood-protection dikes in 11...

Plan to Clean Up Lake Winnipeg Bolstered by New Research Chair

The appointment of Dr. David Lobb as Manitoba's first-ever research chair in watershed systems is a significant step in developing new, innovative ways to...

Canada-Manitoba Sign Lake Winnipeg Clean-Up Memorandum

Vic Toews, Minister of Public Safety and Member of Parliament for Provencher, on behalf of Canada's Environment Minister, Jim Prentice, and Manitoba's Minister...

Manitoba to Develop New Conservation Plan

Water conservation efforts in Manitoba will be further improved with the development of a new strategic plan by Manitoba Water Stewardship and the Winnipeg-based...

Manitoba District Celebrates Completion of IWM Plan

Water Stewardship Minister Christine Melnick today congratulated the Seine-Rat River Conservation District and its project management team for completing the Seine River integrated watershed...

Feds Ban Dish Detergents Containing Phosphorus

An effort led by Manitoba to reduce phosphorus in consumer products across Canada goes into effect July 1 when a ban on dishwashing detergent...

Making Progress on Lake Winnipeg Recommendations

Two years after the release of the Lake Winnipeg Stewardship Board's final report containing 135 recommendations for action, the board has evaluated the progress...

NAWS Project Ruled in Manitoba’s Favour

The U.S. District Court has again ruled in favour of Manitoba in its case against the Northwest Area Water Supply (NAWS) project, Water Stewardship...

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