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Top Five Drinking Water Stories of 2019

The following five news stories were the most read in the drinking water category on Water Canada's website in 2019. Health Canada Sets New...

Sleeman Saves Over 5,000 Kegs Worth of Water a Day with...

The Sleeman Brewery in Guelph, Ontario is saving about 298,000 litres, or over 5,000 kegs worth of water every day, thanks to the results...

U of G Researchers Receive Over $10 Million for Groundwater Research

University of Guelph researchers will help to ensure safe, sustainable drinking water for Wellington County’s growing population through groundwater research. The studies will be...

City of Guelph Welcomes Jennifer Rose as GM of Environmental Services

The City of Guelph has welcomed Jennifer Rose as the new general manager of Environmental Services. Rose will oversee the Environmental Services department which includes...

University Partners with City of Guelph to Protect Drinking Water Sources

In collaboration with the City of Guelph, the University of Guelph (U of G) has become the first university in Ontario to develop a...

Green Party Introduces Legislation to Protect Guelph, Ontario’s Drinking Water

The Green Party of Ontario's first legislation, the Paris Galt Moraine Conservation Act, was introduced on February 20, 2019. If passed, this legislation would...

Water’s Next Winners Announced

On June 22nd, over one hundred and sixty water professionals came together to celebrate innovators and influencers in the water sector at the Water's Next...

How Does Conservation Pricing Affect Municipal Water Demand?

The City of Guelph has been a pioneer in the promotion of water conservation and efficiency in Canada. Motivated by limited supplies of local...

Wellington Water Watchers Public Opposition to Nestlé Waters Canada

Wellington Water Watchers (WWW) opposes Nestlé’s permits and similar ones, because the wholesale removal of water for profit practised by water extractors, such as...

Ontario Calls for Review of Water-Taking Permit

“Water is a public trust. Under an NDP government, an Ontario Water Strategy will prioritize planning for water needs now and for future generations based on the public interest, and sustainable public access to water,” said Andrea Horwath

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