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Tag: water security

Montreal Improves Source Water Conveyance, Receives $59.8M

Minister of Municipal Affairs and Land Occupancy, Minister of Public Security, and Minister responsible for the Montréal region, Martin Coiteux, accompanied by the mayor...

Reframing Water Security for a Human Wellbeing Approach

A recent article published in the journal Water Security, Advancing human capabilities for water security: A relational approach, argues that water security needs to move...

Statistics Canada Reports on Canada’s Renewable Freshwater and Water Use

A new study from the Canada's national statistics agency shows that Canada is blessed with a wealth of water resources and that Canadians are...

Alberta Passes Motion on Water Security

On December 12, just as the last session of 2016 wrapped up, the legislative assembly of Alberta passed a motion to increase the government's...

Mapping Global Surface Water

The European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) has published a study of global surface water and its long-term changes in the science journal Nature. Using...

Ontario Legislature Debates the need for a Groundwater Strategy

On Thursday, the issue of groundwater permits, climate change, water security was the topic of debate between NDP leader Andrea Horwath and Minister of...

Nestlé Discusses Water Use in Wellington County

As consumers, we expect that when we turn on the tap—whether for drinking, cooking or cleaning—the water will flow. At Nestlé Waters North America,...

$30M for Water Security Research

Great video with Dr. Howard Wheater, the University of Saskatchewan's new Canada Excellence Research Chair in Water Security. Water Canada spoke with Dr. Wheater...

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...

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