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OECD Releases Environmental Performance Reviews of Canada

In its third Environmental Performance Review of Canada, the OECD has released its latest analysis of Canada's progress towards sustainable development and green growth,...

Researchers Receive $16M for Real-Time Aquatic Ecosystem Observation Network

The Great Lakes will soon have a network of greater capacity to observe ecosystem changes thanks to a plan hatched by a University of Windsor researcher and...

Study on Arctic Climate Issues Highlights Dramatic Global Changes

The Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP)—one of six Working Groups of the Arctic Council—has released its fourth assessment addressing Arctic climate issues. The report entitled, Snow, Water,...

Great Lakes Study to Assess Investment Impact on Farming Practices

The Great Lakes Commission (GLC) has been awarded $750,000 to lead a project that will determine whether the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) investments have influenced how farmers...

Ont. Bill Would Mandate Public Reporting of Diverted Sewage

On May 31st, Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament for Dufferin—Caledon, Sylvia Jones, brought forward Bill 141, Sewage Bypass Reporting Act, 2017. The bill would...

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...

WaterShed Monitoring Receives $25,000 Through Quebec Economic Development Program

This week, the Honourable Bardish Chagger, Minister of Small Business and Tourism announced that the company WaterShed Monitoring is obtaining $25,000 in financial support....

Website Gives Public Access to Environmental Data in Alberta

The Alberta Environmental Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Agency (AEMERA) has launched a newly redesigned website, aemera.org, as part of the organization’s efforts to increase...

Charlottetown Asks Homeowners to Switch to Water Meters

The City of Charlottetown water and sewer utility has launched the Take Control program, a new initiative designed to encourage flat-rate water customers to...

Canadian and American Researchers Link Groundwater Use to Earthquakes

Researchers at the University of Ottawa and Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington have published an article exploring the direct link between human caused...

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