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NWT Releases Videos Promoting Water Quality Monitoring Program

New videos promoting the NWT-wide Community-based Water Quality Monitoring Program have been released by the Government of Northwest Territories’ Department of Environment and Natural...

Manitoba Government Invests in Lake Winnipeg Monitoring and Data Collection

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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...

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