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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...

Powell River Moves Forward on Wastewater Treatment Facility Design

Yesterday, Powell River, BC, announced that its design for a new wastewater treatment facility is almost complete. The final two decisions—the conveyance route from...

FCM Talks Municipal Climate Change Strategies at COP23

Federation of Canadian Municipalities president Jenny Gerbasi issued the following statement after leading Canada's municipal delegation at the COP23 climate change conference, hosted by...

Updated: Mississauga, Ont. Supports Modern Watershed Management via Bill 139

Mississauga's Planning and Development Committee has expressed their support for Bill 139, Building Better Communities and Conserving Watersheds Act, 2017, and endorsed city staff's comments on...

Ottawa Council Receives Drinking Water Quality Report

Ottawa continues to produce and deliver some of the highest quality and safest drinking water in the world, according to a report received by the Environment...

Ont. & Que. Flooding Caused $223M in Insured Damage

Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has reported that spring 2017 storm and flooding events in Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec resulted in more than $223 million in insured damage, according to Catastrophe...

International Community Meets in Stockholm for World Water Week

Yesterday, World Water Week began with events and programing in Stockholm, Sweden, led by the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI). "World Water Week is a...

Tay Township, Ont., Completes Wastewater Plant Upgrades

On June 28th, Tay Township, Ontario, held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to acknowledge the completion of upgrades to the Victoria Harbour Wastewater Treatment Plant. Construction began...

York Region Passes Wastewater Efficiency Targets

After its June 29th meeting, York Regional Council of Ontario has announced a number of energy consumption successes, including reductions to its wastewater inflow...

High River, Alta., Flood Mitigation Receives Planning Award

The Town of High River received an Award of Merit on June 19 at the annual Building Resilience Conference in Calgary for the 2015...

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