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Nunavut Tunngavik Invests in Clean Water for Community Handwashing

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Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated (NTI) is investing $1.25 million to ensure Inuit in have a steady supply of clean water to wash hands. “Water is a...

NWT to Receive $200M Over Ten Years for Green Infrastructure

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The governments of Canada and the Northwest Territories are forwarding infrastructure for Northern Canadian communities, with over $200 million for green infrastructure projects devoted to reducing greenhouse gases,...

Mishkeegogamang First Nation Ends Drinking Water Advisories

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Mishkeegogamang First Nation has successfully ended long-term and short-term drinking water advisories, continuing progress towards the federal governments pledge to end long-term DWAs. Yesterday afternoon,...

New Brunswick Community Receives $2.1M for Water Infrastructure

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St. Margarets, Northumberland County, New Brunswick, will receive approximately $2.15 million for water infrastructure upgrades. The project, announced on the 24th, is being funded through...

Feds Announce Limits for Lead in Drinking Water

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The Government of Canada’s Federal-Provincial-Territorial Committee on Drinking Water has released a report for public consultation on lead in drinking water for the purposes...

Clearford Enters India

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Ottawa-based Clearford Industries Inc. has established a sales and business development agreement with Indocan Capital, a consulting firm with offices in India and Toronto....

EPCOR Signs $100M Deal with Suncor

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EPCOR Utilities Inc. will become the primary provider of potable water and domestic wastewater services at Suncor Energy's oil sands operations under a new...

Quebec Sees Gas Tax Results

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Saint-Raphael, Que. will see funds from the Federal Gas Tax Revenues and the province's contribution. The municipality will use the first payment of $190,375 to...

Groundwater Chemistry Atlas Released

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A new atlas is now available online to help people seeking information about the quality of groundwater in any given area. Environment Minister Roland...

Insituform to Rehabilitate Water Lines in Victoria

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Insituform Technologies, Inc., through its Canadian subsidiary Insituform Technologies Limited, has been awarded a $4.4-million contract from the City of Victoria, B.C. Insituform will...

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