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Manitoba Government Invests in Lake Winnipeg Monitoring and Data Collection

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The Manitoba government has committed $375,000 to the Lake Winnipeg Research Consortium to upgrade research equipment and $175,000 to Fish Futures Inc. for Lake...

Health of 60 Per Cent of Canada’s Sub-watersheds is Unknown: Report

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WWF-Canada’s 2020 Watershed Reports raise questions about how freshwater ecosystems are faring in response to threats from human activities. The results underline a need for consistent...

Water Quality Monitoring to Resume with Federal and Territorial Support

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The Governments of Northwest Territories and Canada have resumed long-term water quality monitoring at two key sites in northern Alberta and two sites in...

Water Steward – Emma Wattie, Atlantic Water Network

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Emma Wattie's love for data set her up for success as the director of the Atlantic Water Network, which provides equipment and resources for...

Five-Year Report on Yukon Water Strategy Released by Yukon

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The Government of Yukon released the five-year report on the Yukon Water Strategy and Action Plan at the fourth annual Yukon Water Forum. “This report...

Health Threat from Blue-Green Blooms Extends Beyond Single Toxin

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As blue-green algae proliferates around the world, a University of Saskatchewan researcher cautions that current municipal drinking water monitoring that focuses on a single...

Supercluster Signs $4.65 Million Agreement for Fresh Water Data Commons Project

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A new Digital Technology Supercluster has signed a Master Project Agreement to proceed with the $4.65 million Fresh Water Data Commons (FWDC) Project. The...

WWF-Canada Pleased With Gov. Investment in Water Monitoring

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After years advocating for improved water quality and providing recommendations to decision-makers, WWF-Canada has announced it is pleased to see the Government of Canada...

Water Monitoring Services Receive $89.7 Million Investment

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The Government of Canada is investing $89.7 million over five years to modernize Canada’s water monitoring services. This investment will help Canadians continue to...

New Brunswick Expands Water Monitoring Protocol to More Beaches

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New Brunswick will expand a water monitoring protocol to eight provincial park beaches for the upcoming swimming season. The protocol is in accordance with...

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