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B.C. and Yukon Sign Shared Waters Agreement

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British Columbia Environment Minister Mary Polak and Yukon Environment Minister Pauline Frost have signed an agreement that pledges to co-operatively manage shared water in...

Charlottetown Upgrades Wastewater Facility to Resource Recovery Model

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The City of Charlottetown plans to transition its current wastewater treatment facility, or pollution control plant, to a resource recovery facility that would have...

LSRCA Re-Elects Chair, Releases Report on Watershed Conservation

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At their 2017 Annual General Meeting, the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority (LSRCA) Board of Directors secured continuity by re-electing Aurora Mayor Geoffrey Dawe...

B.C. First Nation in Court to Fight Proposed Mine

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The Tsilhqot’in Nation is in federal court in Vancouver this week to oppose an attempt by Taseko Mines Limited (TSX:TKO) (TML) to overturn the...

P.E.I. Beach Gets Sandstone Reef for Shoreline Conservation

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Coldwater Consulting Ltd., a Canadian engineering firm focused on water- and shoreline-related projects, has been contracted to build an intertidal reef as a shoreline...

Communities Collaborate on Lake Huron Conservation

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On October 20th, officials from 14 municipalities along the Lake Huron shoreline, from Sarnia to Tobermory, gathered to discuss collaborative conservation practices. Facilitated by The...

$5.18 Million in Grants for Great Lakes Restoration

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The new funding will allow the RBG to continue its restoration of coastal wetland habitat that serves to rehabilitate

Association Pays for the Restoration of Wetlands

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If a landowners property has previously been drained by a man-made ditch, they are eligible to receive a one-time payment

Coca-Cola is the First Fortune 500 company to Replenish all the...

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The Coca-Cola Company and its global bottling partners today announced they have met their goal to replenish (or balance) the equivalent amount of water...

Skeena Watershed Group Concerned Over Drought Conditions

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As the Skeena-Nass area of British Columbia continues to experience Level 3 hydrological drought conditions, leaders from the Skeena Watershed Conservation Coalition express concern...

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