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Tag: watersheds

Report by Watershed Watch Sounds Alarm about Water Scarcity in B.C.

Watershed Watch has released a new report that examines water scarcity in British Columbia. Communities all across the province are already experiencing water shortages, according...

Special Advisor on Flooding Recognizes Critical Role of CAs

Conservation Ontario is pleased that the report released by Ontario’s Special Advisor on Flooding recognizes the critical role that conservation authorities play in Ontario’s...

New Position Paper Outlines Need for Watershed Security Fund in B.C.

A new Watershed Security Fund Position Paper describes an opportunity for British Columbia’s provincial government to create an enduring legacy for freshwater in the province. The paper...

Scarborough Waterfront Project Environmental Assessment Receives Final Approval

Undertaken by Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) in partnership with the City of Toronto, the project will see the creation of additional accessible...

E.P.A. Unveils Five-Year Plan to Accelerate Restoration of the Great Lakes

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Administrator, Andrew Wheeler, and Region 5 Administrator and Great Lakes National Program Manager, Cathy Stepp, unveiled an updated...

U.S. Geological Survey Launches Method to Calculate Streamflows

The U.S. Geological Survey has developed a method that will support its popular StreamStats application for the first time in a watershed shared by...

Manitoba Seeks Feedback on Watershed Management Regulations

The Manitoba government has launched public consultations on two draft regulations to support a true approach to watershed management in the province. “Our government is...

IJC Appoints Montreal City Councillor Suzie Miron to Board

The International Joint Commission (IJC) announced that it has appointed Suzie Miron, a city councillor in Montreal, as a Canadian local member to the...

CVC Seeks Nominations for Friends of the Credit Conservation Awards

Do you know someone who works hard to protect nature through on-the-ground action? Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) is seeking nominations for its annual Friends of...

Logging Not Major Factor in Peachland, B.C. Water Issues

An investigation found that forest licensees did a good job of minimizing the impacts of logging on drinking water in the Peachland and Trepanier...

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