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B.C. Government Launches Review of Spring Flooding

On Monday, the B.C. government has launched an independent review of this year’s unprecedented spring flooding and wildfire seasons. “Wildfires and flooding this year devastated...

Ultra-High Capacity Stormwater Chamber Passes CSA Rating Tests

CULTEC, a Brookfield, Connecticut company that specializes in providing chambers for stormwater management, recently received third-party certification for its newest product to be used...

Trillium Foundation Grant for Agricultural Conesrvation Projects

Agricultural producers in Ontario will soon have more opportunities to establish ALUS conservation projects on their farms, thanks to a $695,900 grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF). Ontario...

Study Details Phosphorus Recycling Between Lake Mud and Water

In a new study, Internal phosphorus loading in Canadian fresh waters: a critical review and data analysis, scientists investigated a significant, but poorly understood, process...

Shoreline Stabilization at Crooked Lake in the Qu’Appelle Valley

The Government of Saskatchewan is investing nearly $160,000 to stabilize the shoreline at Crooked Lake Provincial Park to protect park greenspace from further erosion. Caused...

Ottawa Cleantech Company Posts $7.4M in Third Quarter

BluMetric Environmental Inc., an Ottawa-based cleantech company involved in water resource protection and rehabilitation, announced revenue of $7.4 million and net income of $70,000...

Agreement Reached on Out-of-Basin Diversion of Great Lakes Water

The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River Basin Water Resources Council (Compact Council) and the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative (Cities Initiative) have made...

Pure Technologies Shows Q2 Growth in Canada and Water Market

Yesterday, the water transmission main and water force main provider, Pure Technologies Ltd., announced its financial performance for the quarter ended June 30, 2017. The...

Guelph, Ont. Improves Source Water Management

The City of Guelph, Ontario, has improved its review process for sanitary sewer infrastructure projects to better protect the community’s source water. The revised process...

Western Water Resources in a Changing Climate

The Changing Cold Regions Network (CCRN) recently released two documents on the changing environment in Canada’s west, focused on the impacts to water resources. Future...

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