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Tag: Mark Mattson

Royal Bank of Canada Launches RBC Tech for Nature

The Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) has launched RBC Tech for Nature, a new initiative that will work towards addressing and solving shared environmental...

Swim Drink Fish Gala Helps Connect Canadians to Local Waters

September 28th marked a big night for water in Canada as 200 Canadian artists, athletes, philanthropists, and leaders gathered at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver...

Swim Drink Fish Releases Water Safety Video Featuring Rob Baker of...

A new video from Swim Drink Fish features Rob Baker, guitarist with The Tragically Hip, promoting water safety at Kingston’s swimming pier. The video,...

Swim Drink Fish Releases My City Video

Filmmaker Finn O’Hara and poet Tanis Rideout are celebrating our waters with a collaboration of poetry, urban swimming, and the vision of rethinking the...

Swim Drink Fish Opens New Citizen Science Water Monitoring Hubs

Three citizen science water quality monitoring hubs are now testing the water and sharing water quality results with swimmers and boaters on the Great...

CGLR Announces Winners of the Great Lakes Changemaker Award

At the fifth Great Lakes Economic Forum, which was hosted from May 5-8, 2019 in Cleveland, the Council of the Great Lakes Region (CGLR)...

Kingston, Ontario’s Breakwater Park Receives a CSLA National Award of Excellence

The City of Kingston's Breakwater Park won a Canadian Society of Landscape Architects' (CSLA) 2019 National Award of Excellence in the category of medium-scale...

Swim Guide Releases Open Data Standard for Recreational Water Quality

Ontario’s Swim Guide, a Swim Drink Fish initiative, has announced the release of its open data standard for the automated exchange of recreational water...

Utilities Kingston Unveils Real-Time Sewage Overflow Monitoring and Notification System

Something monumental just happened on Lake Ontario, and I want my colleagues around the world to know about it. Today, Utilities Kingston unveiled a real-time sewage...

Deconstructing “Deleterious”

Located near the mouth of Rivers Inlet, north of Port Hardy on the central coast of British Columbia, the floating Rivers Lodge is one...

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