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Cold Lake South, Alta. to Undertake Water Reservoir Modernization Project

One of two water reservoirs in Cold Lake South, Alberta will be modernized so that it can continue to supply residents with water during...

Thunder Bay Launches Loan Program to Support Replacement of Lead Pipes

Thunder Bay’s City Council approved an interest-free loan program on June 22, 2020. The program will allow property owners to borrow funds from the...

Infrastructure Failure in Montana Affects Water Users in Alberta

The Alberta government is working to address the impacts to water users resulting from an infrastructure failure in Montana. On May 17, a concrete drop...

Infrastructure Grants Support Economic Recovery in Alberta

The Government of Alberta has awarded $200 million in infrastructure grants to municipalities across the province to make improvements to water supply and treatment...

Cold Lake, Alta. Shifts Funding for New Wastewater Treatment Plant

Cold Lake City Council voted to fund the $1 million design of a new wastewater treatment plant using funds available to the City through...

Government of Canada Supports Water Projects Through Gas Tax Fund

The Government of Canada is providing support through the Gas Tax Fund for a number of drinking water, wastewater, and stormwater projects across the...

Manitoba Announces Nearly $500 Million in Infrastructure Investments

The Manitoba government is making a number of investments to improve provincial infrastructure and safeguard the well-being of Manitobans and their communities, according to...

Investments in Natural Infrastructure Have Significant Economic Returns: Report

Canada's built, or 'grey,' infrastructure requires an estimated investment of $5.3 billion per year in order to keep pace with the effects of climate change....

New Bridge in Dawson Creek, B.C. to Protect Residents from Flooding

Construction of a new bridge to replace the existing three culverts under 8th Street in downtown Dawson Creek, B.C. will start in June 2020....

Manitoba Concludes Spring 2020 Operation of Red River Floodway

The Manitoba government has ended the spring 2020 operation of the Red River Floodway, according to an announcement made by Infrastructure Minister Ron Schuler. “Manitoba...

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