Sunday, September 26, 2021

Tag: Nova Scotia

Wells Worth Monitoring

As part of our Canada Water Week series, we spoke with Jennifer West about the Ecology Action Centre's plans to celebrate and get communities...

N.S. Unveils Water Strategy

Nova Scotia's Environment Minister Sterling Belliveau has unveiled the Province's new water strategy. Water for Life outlines 29 actions to be completed over the next...

N.S. Government Addressing Water Quality Concerns

Land inspections, more water quality testing and new regulations are some of the actions the Nova Scotia government is taking to address water quality...

N.S. Commits $15.2M to Dredging Project

Nova Scotia will commit up to $15.2 million, or 40 per cent of the projected cost, to dredge Sydney harbour, Deputy Premier Frank...

N.S. Restricts Bottled Water Use

Nova Scotia's government has made good on a promise made by its premier, Darrell Dexter, last month. The Province has eliminated the purchase and use...

Halifax Water Requests Increase

In more Nova Scotia news, Halifax Water has filed an application with the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board (NSUARB) requesting an increase in...

Water Research Partnership Receives Recognition

Water research resulting from an innovative partnership between Halifax Water and Dalhousie University has been recognized by the American Water Works Association (AWWA), the...

McNally Wins Coke Ovens Cleanup Contract

Earlier this week, a contract valued at $3.8 million was awarded to a Cape Breton company as the Sydney Tar Ponds and Coke Ovens...

$8M for N.S. Water Projects

The provincial and federal governments are contributing nearly $8 million for eight water and wastewater infrastructure projects across the province. Funding for the eight water...

“Unpleasant Odours”: Halifax Food Industry

Foodservice operators are striking back against sewage odours in downtown Halifax. Luc Erjavec, VP Atlantic Canada of Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association, issued an open...

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