Wednesday, August 5, 2020

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CWN Welcomes New Staff Member and 2020 Board of Directors

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The Canadian Water Network (CWN) has welcomed Sandra Cooke as the director of the Canadian Municipal Water Consortium. Prior to joining CWN, Cooke was the...

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...

Water Leaders Help Shape Federal Innovation and Skills Plan

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Water featured prominently at a strategy session held in Montreal yesterday (March 21, 2018) as part of federal efforts to shape Canada’s future economic...

CWN Names Advisory Panel on Emerging Contaminants in Wastewater

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The Canadian Water Network has announced the names of the experts who will participate on a new advisory panel tasked with framing and assessing the knowledge, practice, and priorities...

EPA Releases Final Report on Hydraulic Fracturing

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has released its final report on hydraulic fracturing, which details the impact of the process on drinking water. The report,...

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...

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...

The Other 99 Per Cent

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“If you can’t measure, you can’t manage.” This mantra, well known and oft-repeated, couldn’t be truer than in recent years, especially as the potential...

Call for Assessments on Wastewater and Biosolids Research Agenda

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The Canadian Water Network (CWN) is asking the researcher and end-user community to review and provide comment on a draft national agenda on wastewater...

Canadian Experts Meet in Ottawa

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Canada’s water experts are now increasingly needed to help countries elsewhere brace for drought, flood and unsafe water problems looming on a 15- to...

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