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Alberta Government and CIB Make Historic Investment in Irrigation Infrastructure

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Alberta’s government, together with the Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB) and eight irrigation districts, is modernizing irrigation infrastructure. “This historic investment in irrigation infrastructure will create...

Alberta Provides Funding to Irrigation Districts for Infrastructure Improvements

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The Irrigation Rehabilitation Program (IRP) is providing $10 million in funding to Alberta’s irrigation districts for infrastructure improvements. This funding will help ensure there is...

Alberta Government Provides Grant to United Irrigation District

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The Alberta government has provided a $262,000 grant to the United Irrigation District as part of the province’s $10-million Irrigation Rehabilitation Program. “Water is vital...

Alberta Provides Grant to Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District

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The Alberta government has granted almost $1.1 million to the Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District as part of the province’s $10-million Irrigation Rehabilitation Program. This funding...

Diversification of Agricultural Crops Could Help Decrease Water Use

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According to the authors of a new study, diversification of agricultural crops could help decrease water use, among other resource savings, but strategies to...

Canadian Cleantech Improves Irrigation and Crop Management Practices

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Canada has announced that it will make investments, through Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC), in innovative sensors and web-based platforms for better irrigation and crop management...

Top 5 Water Infrastructure Stories 2017

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1. Every Drop Counts in Ontario While Canada continues to lag behind other OECD nations with its approach to pricing carbon, we know that there...

Extreme Weather Identified as a Key Risk in the Emergency Management...

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The federal, provincial and territorial governments have developed a resource, the Emergency Management Framework for Agriculture, to improve Canada’s ability to address risks and emergencies, from...

Ontario Farmers Learn to Cope with Drought

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If only the rains would come. In southwestern Ontario, the 2016 summer has seen limited and localized rainfall over much of Brant County, with...

The Long Haul

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Most of Alberta’s 3.6 million residents rely on regulated water systems. But, according to Brent Paterson*, a significant number of Albertans still use water...

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