Monday, January 25, 2021

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Top Five Drinking Water Stories of 2020

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1. Government of Canada Announces New Investments for Clean Drinking Water in First Nations Communities While most Canadians have reliable access to clean drinking water,...

Pays Plat First Nation and Biigtigong Nishnaabeg First Nation Receive Funding...

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Federal funding has been announced for drinking water treatment improvements in Pays Plat First Nation. Funding has also been announced for the construction of...

Funding Announced to Upgrade Water Infrastructure in York Region

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Funding to upgrade the water supply, treatment, and storage of drinking water in northern York Region has been announced. “As in many regions across Canada,...

New Technology Aims to Improve Access to Safe Water in Refugee...

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A new web-based tool aims to help aid workers ensure that water is safe to drink in refugee and internally displaced persons (IDP) camps. Researchers...

Bill Introduced to Provide Safe Drinking Water to Two Alberta Communities

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Residents living in the Hamlet of Entwistle and the Summer Village of Nakamum Park could soon be connected to a reliable supply of safe...

Waterloo Businesses Asked to Consider Closing Unused Parking Areas to Protect...

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The Region of Waterloo is asking businesses to consider closing excess parking areas this winter to reduce winter salt use and the amount of...

Grassy Narrows First Nation Ends All Long-Term Drinking Water Advisories

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Asubpeechoseewagong Netum Anishinabek (Grassy Narrows First Nation) has recently completed upgrades to its water treatment system. The improved water treatment system now provides the...

Water and Sewer Connection to Wauzhushk Onigum Nation Celebrated

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Chief Chris Skead and the Council of the Wauzhushk Onigum Nation gathered with Elders, community members, other valued friends, and partners to celebrate the...

Essential Watershed Management—Remembering the Walkerton Drinking Water Tragedy

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Twenty years ago, in May 2000, a municipal well in the Town of Walkerton, Ontario became contaminated with deadly bacteria. Seven people including a...

Manitoba Government Welcomes Auditor’s Report on Drinking Water Safety Oversight

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The Manitoba government has welcomed the Office of the Auditor General’s (OAG) report on Drinking Water Safety Oversight. The government has also advanced many of...

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