Monday, February 18, 2019

Tag: erosion

ALUS Program Helps PEI Livestock Producers Protect Water

Prince Edward Island’s Alternative Land Use Service (ALUS) contributes to healthy wetlands and water bodies in the province in many ways, such as providing...

Riverbank Erosion Threatens Nfld. Water and Sewer Infrastructure

In Deer Lake, Newfoundland and Labrador erosion of the banks of the Humber River are causing concern for residents and municipal water and sewer...

Funding for Haldimand, Ont. Farmers for Cover Crops

The Grand River Conservation Authority is providing farmer in Haldimand County funds to plant a cover crop,  a best management practice that is growing...

Feds Announce $75M for Coastal Restoration Fund

In November 2016, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau launched the Oceans Protection Plan, which includes funding for coastal restoration projects. This national strategy aims to create a world-leading...

P.E.I. Beach Gets Sandstone Reef for Shoreline Conservation

Coldwater Consulting Ltd., a Canadian engineering firm focused on water- and shoreline-related projects, has been contracted to build an intertidal reef as a shoreline...

Greater Victoria’s Water Supply Deemed Highly Vulnerable To the Threat of...

This week, the Capital Regional District warned that Greater Victoria’s water supply is highly vulnerable to the threat of wildfires, should those fires occur...

Thunder Bay pilot project to reduce lead in drinking water raises...

The City of Thunder Bay has announced the beginning of a Corrosion Control Pilot Study in the Hodder Pressure Zone starting in December 2015....

Sustainable Stormwater Management

Stormwater management has become an increasingly challenging issue for urban communities. In many cases, rainwater can no longer follow its natural patterns, which increases...

NRC Supports Clear Flow

Clear Flow Consulting Inc. has received a contribution from the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program. The funding supports a research and...

Chemainus Wells Water Supply Project Approved

The District of North Cowichan, B.C. has received an environmental assessment (EA) certificate for its proposal to install and operate a groundwater supply for...

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