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Downstream Halifax 2022: Meet the Experts

Downstream is partnering with the National Water and Wastewater Association’s annual conference. At this invite-only speed networking event that brings together current and future generations of...

Halifax Advising Residents of Blue-Green Algae Bloom

The Halifax Regional Municipality is advising residents that due to the presence of a possible blue-green algae bloom in Lake Micmac, the risk advisory...

Richard Florizone Appointed President and CEO of IISD

Richard Florizone has been named the new president and chief executive officer of the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD), a research organization dedicated...

Canada Invests $3.1 Million in Halifax’s Water and Sewer Services

The Government of Canada is investing over $3.1 million to provide municipal water and sewer services to more Halifax residents. Federal funding for this project...

Legislation to Combat Historic Groundwater Shortage in Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia has introduced legislation to assist municipalities and residents who are experiencing dry wells as a result of a historic water shortage. Amendments to...

Halifax Water Requests Increase

In more Nova Scotia news, Halifax Water has filed an application with the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board (NSUARB) requesting an increase in...

“Unpleasant Odours”: Halifax Food Industry

Foodservice operators are striking back against sewage odours in downtown Halifax. Luc Erjavec, VP Atlantic Canada of Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association, issued an open...

History in the Making

For over 250 years, the town of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia has been associated with water. Located on a peninsula southwest of the provincial capital...

CUPE Wants NS to ‘Ditch the Bottle’

A broad-based coalition of organizations in Nova Scotia has come together to convince municipalities and school boards that the sale and provision of bottled...

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