Tuesday, June 25, 2019

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NASA Maps Saskatchewan’s Wetlands, North Sask. River

Saskatchewan’s wetlands and North Saskatchewan River have been chosen as a testing ground for new NASA technologies designed to map water in northern environments...

Fraser Riverkeeper Launches Real-Time Sewage Reporting Campaign

Fraser Riverkeeper has launched a campaign demanding real-time reporting and public transparency on raw sewage discharges into Vancouver’s waterways. The launch of the Swimmable Vancouver campaign...

Ont. Bill Would Mandate Public Reporting of Diverted Sewage

On May 31st, Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament for Dufferin—Caledon, Sylvia Jones, brought forward Bill 141, Sewage Bypass Reporting Act, 2017. The bill would...

New Brunswick to Survey Parlee Beach Wetlands, Protect Water Quality

A ground survey to delineate wetlands in the area surrounding Parlee Beach begins this week. The project is part of the government’s effort to...

Nunavut Faces a Water Security Crisis

According to a recent study by a team of Canadian researchers, Iqaluit is facing an imminent water security crisis, so too is the territory. “Even...

Data Tool Visualizes Water Technology Trends

A new data visualization tool has been developed to create interactive engagement with technology trends in the water sector. Developed under the Leaders Innovation Forum...

How Does Conservation Pricing Affect Municipal Water Demand?

The City of Guelph has been a pioneer in the promotion of water conservation and efficiency in Canada. Motivated by limited supplies of local...

Are Stormwater Measurement Practices Accurate?

A new study released by the Journal of Water Management Modeling considers whether conventional practices in measuring particulate solids might affect understanding of stormwater...

U.S. Scientists Working to Predict Lake Erie Hypoxic Water

Researchers are developing a warning system to for water utilities in Ohio that will notify them of hypoxic water near their intakes from Lake...

Internet of Things Comes to Water Management

Ottawa has installed wireless sensors in its regions waterways as a part of a pilot project with Ericsson and Rogers Communications to monitor water...

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