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SaskWater infrastructure upgrades to benefit Melfort Region

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A recent upgrade and expansion of the Codette Lake Regional Water Supply System means SaskWater customers in the Melfort area will enjoy a reliable...

B.C. accepting applications from local governments for infrastructure projects

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The Province of B.C. is accepting applications from local governments and First Nations for the third intake of the Environmental Quality stream. Funding is available...

New water treatment facility in Comox Valley

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A new water treatment facility will provide safe drinking water to 50,000 residents in Comox Valley. “This is an exciting day for everyone in the...

Shutdown of WTP leads to state of emergency in Marten Falls...

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Marten Falls First Nation has declared a state of emergency in the community due to a shutdown of the water treatment plant. As of...

Saltair, B.C. receives $3.9 million in funding for filtration upgrade project

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The community of Saltair in British Columbia is receiving approximately $3.9 million in funding to complete a water filtration project required to meet provincial...

$9.5M in financing for water pipeline in New Tecumseth, ON

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Infrastructure Ontario (IO) continues to support municipalities and other eligible public sector partners in their work to improve the quality of life in their...

Nearly half of Ontario’s municipal infrastructure needs repair: Report

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A report from the Financial Accountability Office of Ontario (FAO) estimates 55 per cent of municipal assets are in a state of good repair,...

Upgrades for water treatment plant included in funding for Northwest Territories

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Joint funding has been announced for 15 community infrastructure projects across the Northwest Territories. Among the projects funded, upgrades to Tuktoyaktuk’s water treatment plant will...

Town of Outlook, Sask. receives $5.3 million investment in water infrastructure

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More than $5.3 million in federal-provincial funding has been announced to improve the potable water infrastructure in the Town of Outlook, Saskatchewan. “The Government of...

Cyber security for water utilities

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Just south of the border, a water utility produces 20 million gallons of potable water daily. The water is dispersed through 1,000 kilometres of...

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