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Manitoba Concludes Spring 2020 Operation of Red River Floodway

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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...

FCM Launches Next Phase of Asset Management Funding

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The Government of Canada and the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) have launched the next phase of funding to help communities improve their asset...

Op-Ed: Should Stimulus Funding Target Lead Infrastructure?

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Over the past 18 months, there has been a great deal of conversation regarding the importance of removing lead infrastructure in Canada: the lead...

Alberta Includes Funding for Springbank Reservoir in 2020 Budget

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The Government of Alberta has included a commitment in its 2020 Budget to provide $196.3 million over three years for the Springbank Off-Stream Reservoir. The...

City of Selkirk, Manitoba Invests in Water Infrastructure Upgrades

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The City of Selkirk in Manitoba will be spending a total of $3 million in 2020 on nine infrastructure projects that have been identified...

Second Crew Isolates at Water Treatment Facility in Brandon, Man.

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To ensure that a safe supply of potable water remains available for residents, institutions, and businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Brandon...

Red River Reaches Peak Flows in Manitoba

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The Red River crest arrived in southern Manitoba at its lower predicted range, according to an announcement by Infrastructure Minster Ron Schuler. “This is good...

Vaughan, Ont. Cancels 2020 Water and Wastewater Rate Increases

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Vaughan City Council has voted to cancel its planned 2020 water and wastewater rate increases. “The City of Vaughan is committed to protecting the health...

Durham Region Reminds Residents to Think Before They Flush

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The Region of Durham's Works Department is urging residents to only flush the three Ps—poo, pee, and toilet paper. “We are noticing an increase in...

Manitoba Releases Second Spring Thaw Outlook for 2020

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The Manitoba government is continuing to monitor the Red River Valley in anticipation of potential high-water situations, said Infrastructure Minister Ron Schuler when he...

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