Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Tag: infrastructure

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...

Parking the Water

When construction projects involve multi-level underground parking in areas with strained sewer capacity, it can present challenges in cities with aging infrastructure. Antiquated combined...

Study Examines Benefits of Updating Agricultural Drainage Infrastructure

Massive networks of drains, pipes, and tiles that enable food production on much of the world’s most productive cropland are due for expansion and...

Nova Scotia Invests Nearly $1M in Water and Wastewater Projects

Eight communities across Nova Scotia will receive more than $922,000 for water and wastewater projects through the Provincial Capital Assistance Program. “We heard from municipalities,...

City of Brandon, M.B. to Start Water Treatment Facility Upgrades in...

The first phase of a multi-year upgrade of the municipal water treatment facility in the City of Brandon is poised to begin in October...

Measuring Water and Climate Risk in an Uncertain World

Water is the ultimate Goldilocks product – too little and the land shrivels into desert, too much and we’re paddling. Still, managing water flow has...

Comox Valley Regional District Awards Contract for Water Treatment System

After years of preparation and planning, the Comox Valley Regional District’s new water treatment system project has officially moved into the construction phase with...

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