Friday, December 13, 2019

Tag: infrastructure

Beaver First Nation Opens New Water Treatment Plant

Chief Trevor Mercredi and Beaver First Nation have officially opened a new water treatment facility. The new water plant is connected to an existing six-plex housing unit...

Manitoba Releases Fall 2019 Red River Floodway Operation Report

Infrastructure Minister Ron Schuler announced that the Government of Manitoba has released its Fall 2019 report on the Red River floodway operation. “The unprecedented late-year...

CSRD Adopts New Approach for Proposed Scotch Creek Water System

Plans for a referendum and an $8 million infrastructure grant application to expand the water system in Scotch Creek, British Columbia have been abandoned...

New Report Compiles Methods to Reduce Risk of I/I in New...

A new report compiles methods that can be applied when sewers are first constructed to limit the risk of leakage. Every year across Canada, billions...

SaskWater Signs Water Supply Agreement with City of Meadow Lake

SaskWater and the City of Meadow Lake have signed a water supply agreement that includes the sale of the city’s water treatment plant to...

Mayor of Ajax Issues Statement on Provincial Decision that Impacts Local...

The mayor of Ajax, Shaun Collier, has issued a statement in response to a decision made by the Ontario government that impacts treatment requirements...

I Don’t Flush Campaign Urges Ontarians to Trash Bad Habits, Not...

A new partnership aims to raise awareness about what Ontarians shouldn’t be flushing down their drains. The Ontario Clean Water Agency (OCWA) and the Clean...

Federal-Provincial Funding to Support Water and Wastewater Services in B.C.

Communities in British Columbia will soon be able to apply for a share of the combined $150-million federal-provincial infrastructure funding that will help deliver...

Impacts of Severe Weather Event Diminishing in Manitoba

Manitoba Infrastructure’s Hydrologic Forecast Centre reports the impacts of the severe weather event in mid-October are diminishing. However, flood warnings and high water advisories...

Ontario Supports Green Infrastructure Investments in Small Communities

Starting October 28, communities in Ontario with populations under 100,000 can apply for funding to support infrastructure through the Green Infrastructure stream under the...

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