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Tag: Ontario

Ottawa Completes Tunneling for Combined Sewage Storage Tunnel

A tunnel-boring machine has completed its four-kilometre east-west journey, marking a major milestone for the Combined Sewage Storage Tunnel project. With the two-kilometre north-south tunnel already...

Researchers Studying Behviour of Microplastics in Great Lakes

Using the Great Lakes as a laboratory, sedimentary petrologist Patricia Corcoran and her students at Western University in London, Ontario are studying the behaviour...

City of Ottawa Committee Approves Update to Lead Pipe Replacement Program

The City of Ottawa’s Standing Committee on Environmental Protection, Water, and Waste Management approved an update to the Lead Pipe Replacement Program. Homeowners with lead water...

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,...

Canada Supports Community Project to Improve Freshwater Quality

The Government of Canada is investing $95,212 in a project that will improve freshwater quality in four communities by reducing plastic pollution in local...

Canada Funds Toronto Waterfront Erosion Hazard Mitigation Project

Funding for the Toronto Waterfront Erosion Hazard Mitigation Project has been announced by Nathaniel Erskine-Smith, member of parliament for Beaches—East York, and Jennifer Innis,...

Toronto Receives Federal Funding for Rehabilitating Culverts

Salma Zahid, member of parliament for Scarborough Centre, has announced funding for rehabilitating culverts in the City of Toronto. The project consists of rehabilitating six...

Kingston, Ont. Receives Funding for Two Disaster Mitigation Initiatives

Mark Gerretsen, member of parliament for Kingston and the Islands, and Bryan Paterson, mayor of the City of Kingston, have announced funding for two...

Canada Announces Funding for Flood Mapping of Lake Ontario Shoreline

The Government of Canada has announced $150,000 in funding to the Government of Ontario to support updated flood mapping of the Lake Ontario shoreline. The...

Gov’t of Canada and City of Toronto Invest in Waterfront Shoreline

Funding for the Toronto waterfront shoreline and tree canopy project, which will protect this area against future flooding, has been announced. The announcement was made...

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