Friday, July 19, 2019

Tag: Manitoba

Town of Neepawa Receives Funding for WWTP Upgrade

The Town of Neepawa in Manitoba is upgrading its wastewater treatment system with $5.2 million in funding from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM). The...

AFN National Chief Supports IRTC’s Demand for Consultations on Outlet Channel...

Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Perry Bellegarde fully supports the Interlake Reserves Tribal Council (IRTC) in its demand that the Government of...

Gov. of Canada Invests in Water and Wastewater Projects in Manitoba

The Honourable Bernadette Jordan, Minister of Rural Economic Development, announced federal funding for five new water and wastewater projects in Manitoba. The funding will support...

Manitoba Announces Climate and Green Plan Implementation Office

The Manitoba government has announced the creation of an implementation office that will co-ordinate work across government to achieve its climate and green plan,...

Lake Winnipeg Foundation Input on Provincial Budget 2019

The Lake Winnipeg Foundation has submitted feedback to the provincial government to address how the province’s 2019 budget can support water resource management. Topics covered...

Manitoba Calls for Federal Support on Timely Delivery of Flood Relief...

The Manitoba government has called on the federal government to do its part to ensure the timely completion of the Lake Manitoba and Lake...

Manitoba Introduces Climate and Green Plan, Would Amend Water Act

Manitoba has introduced Bill 16, the Climate and Green Plan Implementation Act, which includes the Water Protection Amendment Act. “Our goal is to reduce carbon...

Top 5 Water in Politics Stories 2017

1. SAD lakes The Great Lakes had a tough year. Lake Erie is not looking so healthy, Asian Carp continue their inexorable marathon towards ecosystem disruption,...

Research on Eutrophication of Shallow Prairie Lakes

Nutrient pollution and water quality is a common challenge in many for freshwater ecosystems in Manitoba and globally, causing persistent and damaging eutrophication. Although many prairie...

Manitoba Water Infrastructure Gets $205M Boost

Eleven water infrastructure projects across the province of Manitoba will get a $53.9 million boost as federal and provincial ministers announced this week. Minister Sohi,...

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