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StatsCan Reports on Sewage Flows through Municipal Wastewater Systems

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Statistics Canada (StatsCan) has provided information on sewage flow through municipal wastewater systems from 2013 to 2017. Just over 5 900 million cubic metres of sewage flowed through...

Lake Winnipeg Foundation: Manitobans Want Action on Sewage Treatment

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Ahead of Wednesday's municipal elections, the Lake Winnipeg Foundation (LWF) has reported that polling results show Manitoba citizens want immediate action taken to improve...

Sylvan Lake Wastewater Crisis Prompts Need for Infrastructure Upgrades

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With a recent sewage treatment problem in the community of Sylvan Lake, Alberta, officals are disucssing the need for infrastructure upgrades. Mayor Sean McIntyre is...

$1.2B in Sewage Treatment Upgrades for Winnipeg

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The City of Winnipeg needs to find $1.2 billion for upgrades to its sewage treatment facilities. In order to fund Provincially mandated upgrades, the City's...

Selinger Unveils New Plan for Lake Winnipeg

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The Government of Manitoba will take new action to protect the province’s water and save Lake Winnipeg, Premier Greg Selinger announced yesterday. “The stakes...

Esquimalt’s “Wrong Plan”

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The Township of Esquimalt has launched a new website, TheWrongPlan.ca, in opposition to Victoria's Capital Regional District (CRD) plans for sewage treatment. In August, the...

Penner Approves CRD’s Sewage Plan

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The B.C. government has approved a wastewater management strategy proposed by the Capital Regional District (CRD) that will for the first time treat up...

City of Ottawa Releases Plan to Clean Up River

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Hot on the heels of last week's sewer overflows, the City of Ottawa has released a plan to clean up and protect the Ottawa...

A Five-Year Plan for Petitcodiac

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Petitcodiac Riverkeeper’s five-year strategic plan to protect and restore New Brunswick's Petitcodiac River watershed was released on Friday, presenting the organization’s vision for the...

Winnipeg Council Explores New Water Corporation

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Winnipeg council has voted to explore the idea of a new city-owned corporation to deliver water and sewage-treatment services to both Winnipeggers and neighbouring...

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