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New Partnership Aims to Drive Corporate Action to Protect Global Water...

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The Global Institute for Water Security (GIWS) at the University of Saskatchewan is partnering with Ceres to develop a new global assessment. The assessment...

Arctic Water—An Abundant Resource in Short Supply

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It is estimated that 37 per cent of Canada’s total freshwater is contained in the three territories. In spite of this abundant resource, water...

Overcoming the Mine Water Management Challenge

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If ever there was an industry that put water professionals to the test, it would be mining. It demands excellence and innovation in all...

2020 Stockholm Water Prize Awarded to Groundwater Expert

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A groundwater expert, Dr. John Cherry, has received the 2020 Stockholm Water Prize. According to the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI), Cherry’s research has raised...

Arctic Water

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It is estimated that 37 per cent of Canada’s total freshwater is contained in the three territories.  In spite of this abundant resource, water...

Airdrie, Alta. Surpasses Water Conservation Goal in Year One

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It has been one year since Airdrie introduced a Waterworks bylaw that encourages residents and businesses to conserve water through a year-round watering schedule. “We...

Global Effort Required to Tackle Water Scarcity Challenges: Study

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The Credit Suisse Research Institute (CSRI) has published a study on water scarcity and the key challenges that lie ahead. It calls for definitive...

Public Consultations on Water Withdrawal in P.E.I. Provide Clear Direction

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Islanders want science and evidence-based research to inform public policy and to protect their drinking water. This was one of the common themes identified during...

USask and Indian Institute of Science Sign MOU to Advance Water...

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The University of Saskatchewan and the Indian Institute of Science have signed a memorandum of understanding to partner for five years on joint research,...

Response to Fire Impacts Water Levels 40 Years into Future: Study

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Water levels are still increased up to 40 years after a wildfire, according to a new paper published in the journal Hydrological Processes. “Trees work...

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