Friday, September 17, 2021

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Yukon Receives Fed. Funding for Climate Change Preparedness

Yukon will receive $1.7 million over five years from the Government of Canada’s Climate Change Preparedness in the North program (CCPN). The program supports...

Three B.C. River Basins Upgraded to Level 4 Drought

On September 1st, British Columbia upgraded the Nicola, Salmon, and Similkameen river basins to Drought Level 4. These are in addition to the Coldwater...

Man. Launches Consultations to Improve Water Management

The Manitoba government has launched public consultations on three new environmental initiatives, which will improve water management and modernize watershed planning. “Our government believes there...

Ontario Invests in Partnerships to Quell Invasive Species

Kathryn McGarry, Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry and Jeff Leal, MPP for Peterborough, were in Peterborough yesterday to announce a number of new...

Toronto Region Conservation Authority Announces New CEO

Today, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) announced their selection of John MacKenzie as the new chief executive officer. After a year-long North American search,...

Western Water Resources in a Changing Climate

The Changing Cold Regions Network (CCRN) recently released two documents on the changing environment in Canada’s west, focused on the impacts to water resources. Future...

Loblaw Water Funds Supports Water and Habitat-Restoration Projects

Swaying public opinion on the value of beavers in rural Alberta may sound like a tall task, but Cows and Fish—as the Alberta Riparian Habitat Management Society is...

Sask. Creates Agricultural Water Management Advisory Boards

Saskatchewan has moved forward on its agricultural water management strategy. On May 16th, Minister Responsible for the Water Security Agency, Scott Moe, announced the...

Burnaby Concerned Over Potential Pipeline Impact on Brunette Watershed

On April 24th, the City Council of Burnaby, British Columbia, heard a report to council regarding the proposed Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Expansion Project,...

P.E.I.’s Draft Water Act Suggests Strong Regulation

On March 16th, Prince Edward Island released its draft Water Act for public comment. The draft is comprised of existing and new legislation, which...

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