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Tag: University of Alberta

New Project Examines Impact of Melting Glaciers on Drinking Water

A new project is examining the impact of melting glaciers on current and future drinking water in Western Canada. The results of the project...

New Process Could Help Decontaminate Oilsands Process Water: Study

A new process developed by engineers at the University of Alberta (U of A) shows potential in cleaning and decontaminating oilsands process water. The process...

Recycling Salty Water Could Help Control Detrimental Microbes in Drill Sites:...

Recycling salty water produced from hydraulic fracturing may be effective for managing microbes at well sites in Alberta, according to a new study by...

Coastal Communities Losing Ground on Climate Change Planning, Study Shows

Coastal communities like Homer, Alaska, are losing ground when it comes to planning for climate change even as they’re already seeing its effects, according...

Canada and India Partner for Safe Drinking Water

The federal government has selected the India-Canada Centre for Innovative Multidisciplinary Partnership to Accelerate Transformation and Sustainability (IC-IMPACTS) as the winner of the Canada-India...

Getting Creative with the Law

We’re big fans of creative sentences—it’s no surprise, since Dianne helped to develop them 30 years ago. They flow from three basic observations about...

Manitoba Improves Strategy for Floods and Water Management

Manitoba is undertaking four initiatives to help improve action against floods and water management, announced the Province’s Infrastructure and Transportation Minister, Steve Ashton, this...

Feds and Alberta Release Oil Sands Monitoring Plan

The federal government and Alberta unveiled the long-awaited Joint Canada-Alberta Implementation Plan for Oil Sands Monitoring in Edmonton last Friday. Spurred by University of Alberta...

Selinger Unveils New Plan for Lake Winnipeg

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...

Manitoba to Launch Action Plan for Lake Winnipeg: Selinger

The Government of Manitoba will take the steps necessary to save Lake Winnipeg, Premier Greg Selinger announced today, concluding Dr. Peter Leavitt's five-year study...

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