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Toronto and Region Conservation Authority Announces Organizational Changes

The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) has realigned its organizational structure to support operational efficiencies and to ensure that program delivery opportunities are...

Plastics and Other Waste in Our Watersheds

How did we get to a stage when microplastics have become a ubiquitous issue? This was one of the questions raised by Dr. Chelsea Rochman,...

Jennifer Innis Elected Chair of TRCA

Jennifer Innis, Regional Councillor representing Wards 3 & 4 for the Town of Caledon, has been elected as Chair of Toronto and Region Conservation Authority’s...

IAGLR Publishes Toronto Harbour Remediation Case Study

According to a study released today by the International Association for Great Lakes Research (IAGLR), decades of cleanup efforts and collaborative planning have turned...

Toronto Region Watersheds Holding Steady Amidst Mounting Pressures

Stormwater runoff and climate change continue to put a strain on the watersheds of the Toronto region, according to the Toronto Region Conservation Authority (TRCA). These are the...

Coca-Cola Achieves New Heights of Water Sustainability—Water Neutrality

Water is a precious resource that we all share. Not only is it essential to the sustainability of our business, but it’s also fundamentally...

Voluntary Water Usage Alert for Peel, Durham and York Regions

As dry conditions continue across southern Ontario, officials are requesting that those living in the GTA use less water. Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, (TRCA),...

The Ongoing Challenge of Stormwater Maintenance

Maintenance of infrastructure is not an exciting topic of conversation. We prefer things that are new and innovative. Stormwater management technologies are no exception....

Toronto Region Conservation Authority Launches ‘A City of Rivers’ Interactive Map...

More than 60 years ago, Hurricane Hazel devastated Toronto and area. Lives were lost, properties destroyed, and history was written. Now, Toronto and Region Conservation...

Feds Invest in Great Lakes Clean-Up

Federal Environment Minister Peter Kent celebrated World Water Day at the Sherbourne Common in Toronto this morning, highlighting 46 projects that have received funding...

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