Saturday, December 7, 2019

Tag: conservation

Manitoba Takes Action Against Zebra Mussels in Lake Winnipeg

Manitoba has announced actions to protect Lake Winnipeg from invasive zebra mussels, which have been found in harbours at Gimli, Willow Point, Boundary Creek...

Lake Management Planning Begins on Pigeon Lake

Pigeon Lake has joined Balsam, Cameron, and Sturgeon lakes in a program that seeks to enhance the environmental health and economic sustainability of lakes...

New Wetland Conservation Policy for Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia has released its new Nova Scotia Wetland Conservation Policy (PDF). With a focus on the roles wetlands play to the province's landscapes...

Charlottetown Hires Water Conservation Program Coordinator

The City of Charlottetown, PEI has hired an experienced individual to help Charlottetown better protect its groundwater. "We are extremely lucky to live in Charlottetown...

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...

Great Lakes, Wasted

More than 580 billion litres of drinking water, the equivalent of 236,000 Olympic swimming pools, are being wasted every year by homeowners in the...

CSR: Water

In early 2010, Intel adopted a new water policy that reinforces the company’s commitment to conservation and respect for the human right to water....

Guelph Introduces Rainwater Rebate

The City of Guelph, Ontario continues to blaze a trail in water conservation and efficiency. Just a few weeks ago, the City defined vulnerable...

Ontario Food Processors Address Pressures to Cut Water Use

In the food and beverage processing industry, water represents as much as eight per cent of a company’s total cost of production, and the...

Groups Respond to Proposed Water Opportunities Act

With the announcement of the proposed Water Opportunities Act in yesterday's Speech from the Throne, the...

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