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Tag: water policy

Policy must accelerate to keep pace with emerging water concerns

Researchers from Toronto Metropolitan University are leading critical policy conversations as emerging issues and technologies impact how we consume and use water. While water research...

Pollution Probe Announces Christopher Hilkene as New CEO

Pollution Probe has announced the appointment of Christopher Hilkene as chief executive officer effective August 1st, 2018. Hilkene has been serving as Pollution Probe’s...

Global Water Forum on Climate and Water Policy

As World Water Day on March 22nd approaches, water leaders around the world are planning next steps in global water and climate policy and...

New Brunswick Selects Water Strategy Working Group

New Brunswick has announced a working group to help provide recommendations to the government and direct a provincial water strategy. The announcement came today from...

Six Ways Trump Will Impact Water

For millions of North Americans, the outcome of the United States election was as dumbfounding as the rhetoric and scandals that surrounded it. As many...

Putting the “Sustainable” in B.C.’s New Water Law

By Rosie Simms and Oliver M. Brandes With the replacement of its over a century-old Water Act with the new Water Sustainability Act in...

Interview: Dr. Rob de Loë

Over the past two years, hundreds of boil water advisories have been issued in Ontario alone. Why aren't we providing everyone in Canada...

FCM to Vote: Phase Out Bottled Water?

The Council of Canadians is encouraging the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) to vote in favour of a resolution that would call for all...

Water is Underpriced: Report

The current state of municipal water pricing in Canada is significantly flawed, with costs that include underfunded water agencies, aging infrastructure, excessive consumption and...

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