Friday, October 30, 2020

Tag: drainage

City of Regina Invests in Drainage Project

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The City of Regina is investing $15 million in the North Central Drainage Project. The project will replace and upgrade the storm sewer system to...

Extreme Weather Can Tax Urban Drainage Systems to the Max: Study

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Existing design methods for urban drainage systems are not going far enough to withstand possible catastrophic storms, or even unpredictable failures during a moderate...

Study Examines Benefits of Updating Agricultural Drainage Infrastructure

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Massive networks of drains, pipes, and tiles that enable food production on much of the world’s most productive cropland are due for expansion and...

MB Public Consultation on Draft Regulation to Expedite Drainage Projects

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The Manitoba government has launched public consultations on a draft regulation that would streamline approvals for lower-risk, lower-impact drainage and water control projects. “Manitoba is...

Agricultural Water Management Service Provider Consolidates Portfolio

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Vantage Canada has announced the acquisition of Vantage Manitoba from AgWest Ltd. The acquisition completes the nationwide portfolio for the new Vantage Canada entity that...

Green Municipal Fund Supports Stormwater Project in Alberta

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Today, François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities and Vicki-May Hamm, FCM President announced more than $5.7 million for green infrastructure in the Town...

Aqua Q Launches in Canada with Smarter Drainage Solutions

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Aqua Q has announced the launch of its new corporate brand in Canada focused on smarter drainage solutions. The new brand reflects a change in strategic focus of...

Saskatchewan Auditor Advises on Provincial Drainage Strategy

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Although a record 693 quarter sections of Saskatchewan agriculture lands were brought into drainage compliance in the 2017–18 fiscal year, Saskatchewan’s Provincial Auditor says...

Saskatchewan Drainage Compliance Had a Record Year in 2017–18

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A record 693 quarter sections of land were brought into drainage compliance in the 2017–18 fiscal year in Saskatchewan, the provincial government has announced....

Ontario Farmers to Improve Data Collection for Evaluating Drainage Tiles

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The Government of Canada announced yesterday that it will support the development of new tool that can aid Ontario farmers in determining the efficacy...

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