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Ontario Farmers to Improve Data Collection for Evaluating Drainage Tiles

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

Top 5 Water Infrastructure Stories 2017

1. Every Drop Counts in Ontario While Canada continues to lag behind other OECD nations with its approach to pricing carbon, we know that there...

Report Challenges EPCOR’s Efficiencies in Drainage Utility Transfer

As Edmonton City Council prepares to vote on the transfer of the city's drainage utility to EPCOR, a report from the Edmonton and District...

Association Pays for the Restoration of Wetlands

If a landowners property has previously been drained by a man-made ditch, they are eligible to receive a one-time payment

Saskatchewan Government Cracking Down on Unapproved Drainage Around Quill Lakes

The Saskatchewan government's Water Security Agency (WSA) will be enforcing new regulations to close unapproved drainage works that currently contribute water to the Quill...

Manitoba Unveils Massive Comprehensive Strategy for Surface Water Management

In an effort to protect the province’s water resources, Manitoba announced its first comprehensive Surface Water Management Strategy along with multi-year surface water management...

Ontario’s Environmental Failures

The government is failing to follow through on all of its environmental promises, says Ontario Environmental Commissioner Gord Miller. "This government rightly prides itself...

Making Progress on Lake Winnipeg Recommendations

Two years after the release of the Lake Winnipeg Stewardship Board's final report containing 135 recommendations for action, the board has evaluated the progress...

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