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CWWA Provides Guidance for Reopening Buildings After Prolonged Shutdown

Many buildings—such as offices, schools, and restaurants—across Canada have been closed for a prolonged period of time in response to the COVID-19 crisis. As...

GWI Finds Wastewater Rates Outgrew Water Rates in 2017–18

Global Water Intelligence (GWI) has posted results from its 2018 Global Water Tariff Survey, which provides insight into changes in utility consumer rates for...

Okotoks, Alta. to Resume Direct Control of Water & Wastewater Utilities

Okotoks, Alberta’s town council has approved a recommendation for the town to resume direct control of its water and wastewater utilities. This ends the...

Clearford Expands Project Capital Options with Bond Support

Ontario's Clearford Water Systems Inc. announced that it has entered into a memorandum of understanding with Sustainable Water Investments Inc. (SWI), a Vancouver-based investment vehicle. SWI...

Ont. Water Utility Develops Joint Venture for Water Infrastructure

Oakville, Ontario’s Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp. (APUC) has entered into an agreement to create a joint venture (AAGES) with Seville, Spain-based Abengoa, S.A....

Kelowna to Debate Moving Ahead on Integrated Water Plan

City of Kelowna Council will consider a 2017 Capital Budget amendment on Monday to initiate work on Kelowna Integrated Water—Phase 1. The $63.7 million...

OMERS & Kuwaiti Consortium Purchase Stake in Thames Water

Borealis Infrastructure, the infrastructure investment manager for OMERS, which is the pension plan for Ontario’s municipal employees, has formed a consortium with a Kuwaiti...

Big Data and IoT Expected to Generate $20B Globally in Water

According to Bluefield Research, big data and the IoT will attract over $20 billion globally between 2016 and 2025 in the water sector, providing...

Report Gives 7 Shifts in Water Markets to Watch

A report on water market shifts from Bluefield Research outlines 7 signposts to watch for in water markets for 2017. The shifts are focused on...

Smart Metering is Critical: Report

Sixty-eight per cent of water utility managers believe it is critical that water utilities adopt smart meter technologies, says Testing the Waters, a new...

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