Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Tag: recreation

Swim Guide Releases Open Data Standard for Recreational Water Quality

Ontario’s Swim Guide, a Swim Drink Fish initiative, has announced the release of its open data standard for the automated exchange of recreational water...

New Brunswick Expands Water Monitoring Protocol to More Beaches

New Brunswick will expand a water monitoring protocol to eight provincial park beaches for the upcoming swimming season. The protocol is in accordance with...

Record Year for Eco-Certified Beaches and Marinas in Canada

Environmental Defence is celebrating the end of winter with a record number of Canadian of beaches and marinas achieving the Blue Flag eco-certified designation. Overall,...

Swim Guide Upgrades its App and Moves Open Data Forward

Swim Drink Fish Canada has launched a third version of its beach and water quality app, Swim Guide 3.3, and continues to work towards...

Fundy National Park Receives Funding for Water Distribution

Yesterday, Alaina Lockhart, Parliamentary Secretary for Small Business and Tourism and Member of Parliament for Fundy Royal, launched the 2018 winter season at Fundy...

Edmonton Completes Mechanized River Valley Access Project

Access to Edmonton’s River Valley has been improved by infrastructure funding from the provincial and federal governments. On Saturday, Amarjeet Sohi, Minister of Infrastructure and...

Shorline Assets Improve Community River Access in Saint-Pascal, Que.

Saint-Pascal, Quebec has invested in safer shoreline assets at Camp Richelieu with $8,750 in funding from the Government of Canada. The investment was announced today by Navdeep Bains, Minister...

Winnipeg Canoe/Kayak Launch Improvement Completed

On October 4th, Councillor Jenny Gerbasi and Crescent Park Rescue officially opened the new Crescent Drive Park canoe and kayak launch site, located at...

Shoreline Stabilization at Crooked Lake in the Qu’Appelle Valley

The Government of Saskatchewan is investing nearly $160,000 to stabilize the shoreline at Crooked Lake Provincial Park to protect park greenspace from further erosion. Caused...

N.B. Continues to Improve Water Quality & Infrastructure

On Friday, New Brunswick provided details on water quality related projects, including infrastructure upgrades and wetland assessments. After preliminary work, two projects upgrading wastewater infrastructure...

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