Friday, November 27, 2020

Tag: watersheds

Conservation Ontario Recommends Removing Schedule 6 from Bill 229

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Conservation Ontario (CO) recommends the Province of Ontario remove Schedule 6, which amends the Conservation Authorities Act and the Planning Act, from the proposed...

Conservation Halton Concerned About Proposed Changes to Conservation Authorities Act

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Conservation Halton (CH) has reviewed the Province’s proposed changes to the Conservation Authorities Act (CA Act), which were released in the 2020 Ontario Budget...

Assessing the Ottawa River—Informing the Public on the Quality of the...

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It’s an expression that resonates on so many levels in the water quality and watershed health assessment world! Inviting people to join, to enjoy,...

LSRCA CAO, Michael Walters, Announces Retirement

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The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority’s (LSRCA) Chief Administrative Officer/Secretary Treasurer Michael Walters is retiring after a long career dedicated to protecting and restoring...

Chandra Sharma Becomes Permanent CAO of Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority

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The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority (NPCA) announced that the Board of Directors has offered current CAO-Secretary Treasurer, Chandra Sharma, a permanent tenure with the...

Shuswap Watershed Council Awarding Five Grants to Protect Water Quality

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The Shuswap Watershed Council (SWC) is awarding five grants this year to help farm businesses in the Shuswap watershed improve nutrient management, and ultimately...

Saugeen Conservation Hires New General Manager

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Saugeen Conservation has announced that Jennifer Stephens will become the new general manager /secretary—treasurer effective June 1, 2020. “We are very pleased that Ms. Stephens...

New Initiative to Develop Asset Management Plan for Grindstone Creek

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A new initiative will develop an asset management plan for Grindstone Creek, which is part of Ontario’s Greenbelt. "Given the strain COVID-19 is putting on...

Natural Assets Help Communities Better Manage Flood Risk: Report

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The latest research from the Municipal Natural Assets Initiative (MNAI) found that natural assets like wetlands, forests, and ponds help communities in Canada better...

B.C. Government Partners with Cowichan Tribes to Support Koksilah Watershed

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A new government-to-government partnership will help ensure long-term water sustainability in the Koksilah Watershed and explore the benefits of a water sustainability plan for...

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