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Scientist David Schindler Passes Away at 80

The University of Alberta is mourning the loss of ecology professor emeritus David Schindler, a devoted family man, friend and mentor. The University noted...

Interview: David Schindler

As the Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution’s biannual award winner, University of Alberta’s Dr. David Schindler was invited to write a review for...

Feds and Alberta Release Oil Sands Monitoring Plan

The federal government and Alberta unveiled the long-awaited Joint Canada-Alberta Implementation Plan for Oil Sands Monitoring in Edmonton last Friday. Spurred by University of Alberta...

Selinger Unveils New Plan for Lake Winnipeg

The Government of Manitoba will take new action to protect the province’s water and save Lake Winnipeg, Premier Greg Selinger announced yesterday. “The stakes...

Manitoba to Launch Action Plan for Lake Winnipeg: Selinger

The Government of Manitoba will take the steps necessary to save Lake Winnipeg, Premier Greg Selinger announced today, concluding Dr. Peter Leavitt's five-year study...

Report: Canada’s Boreal Houses World’s Largest Water Source

Canada's boreal, the world's largest intact forest and on-land carbon storehouse, contains more unfrozen freshwater than any other ecosystem, says a new report from...

Water Committee Calls for More Rigorous Objectives for Oil Sands

In a report released March 7, Alberta’s water monitoring data review committee recommended comprehensive monitoring, more rigorous scientific analysis, and new monitoring...

Third Party to Review Oilsands Water Data

A committee of independent scientists will be created to review water monitoring data collected from Alberta’s oil sands region, announced the Province earlier this...

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