Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Tag: regulations

Report: Regulatory Changes in Water Needed to Bolster Cleantech Uptake

A new report from Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada examines the high-growth potential of the country’s cleantech sector. In a new model of collaboration...

One Size Does Not Fit All

A Call for Some Flexibility and Reason in Achieving Our Goals Watching with great interest how the implementation of the Wastewater System Effluent Regulations (WSER)...

WWF-Canada Tells Canada to Regulate Arctic Wastewater

WWF-Canada has released a statement urging Transport Canada, which is currently revising safety and pollution regulations, to officially adopt the same or stronger levels...

B.C. Ministry of Environment is Holding a Review of Draft Water...

The B.C. Ministry of Environment is currently holding a public review of draft Water Quality Guidelines prior to their final approval. The guidance document notes that...

B.C. Updates its Mining Regulations in Response to Mount Polley Breach

The Minister of Energy and Mines in British Columbia announced this week that new changes to the mining code have been implemented, putting the...

Fifty Organizations Make Recommendations To Strengthen The Fisheries Act

A new report calling on the government to make changes to the Fisheries Act is gaining support among a large number of Canadian scientists, First Nations...

Lake Simcoe Protection Act A Success, New Report Shows

Today Ontario released a report that shows that the health of Lake Simcoe is improving. The five-year report is the results of the Ontario government’s...

Review of Lake Winnipeg Hydroelectric Operations Sets New Requirements

This week the Manitoba Clean Environment Commission (CEC) released a report on the review of the regulation for hydropower development on the Nelson River...

FCM Wants Long-Term Plan for Wastewater Upgrade Funds

Meeting the new federal wastewater regulations is an important national project that requires a national funding plan supported by all orders of government, according...

Deconstructing “Deleterious”

Located near the mouth of Rivers Inlet, north of Port Hardy on the central coast of British Columbia, the floating Rivers Lodge is one...

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