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Skeena Watershed Group Concerned Over Drought Conditions

As the Skeena-Nass area of British Columbia continues to experience Level 3 hydrological drought conditions, leaders from the Skeena Watershed Conservation Coalition express concern...

Skeena-Nass, B.C. Moves to Level 3 Drought Scenario

As a result of prolonged dry conditions along the coast, the Skeena-Nass area of British Columbia is experiencing Level 3 hydrological drought conditions. The...

Lesser Slave Watershed Grant will Improve Flood and Drought Resiliency

The Lesser Slave Watershed Council Project will receive a $37,480 grant through a Watershed Resiliency and Restoration Program to will improve the flood and...

Further Water Conservation Urged Throughout Grand River Watershed

The Grand River watershed in Southwestern, Ont. has declared a Level 2 drought condition under the Ontario Low Water Response Program. The declaration was...

Conservation Halton Watershed Moves to Level II Low Water Condition

A combination of below-average precipitation this year with hot summer temperatures has resulted in water levels in local streams dropping well below normal. As...

Ontario Farmers Learn to Cope with Drought

If only the rains would come. In southwestern Ontario, the 2016 summer has seen limited and localized rainfall over much of Brant County, with...

East Coast of Vancouver Island in Level 4 drought

In response to low rainfall and record high temperatures across southern and eastern Vancouver Island, the province is putting residents on the highest drought...

Putting the “Sustainable” in B.C.’s New Water Law

By Rosie Simms and Oliver M. Brandes With the replacement of its over a century-old Water Act with the new Water Sustainability Act in...

Regional District of Nanaimo Launches Online Water Map Tool

Residents of the Regional District of Nanaimo can now use an online interactive place-based tool to learn about water supplies and use, as part...

When The Well Runs Dry

Residents and watershed groups in Prince Edward Island are concerned that the city of Charlottetown’s water restrictions are insufficient for preserving the health of...

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