Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Tag: waterways

Chloride Maps Show Devastating Effects of Road Salt, Even in Summer

Southern Ontario waterways are showing dangerously increasing road salt levels in WWF-Canada’s Great Lakes Chloride Summer Hot Spot Maps. “While healthy levels for aquatic life...

Canada to Undertake Risk Assessment of Abandoned Vessels

The Government of Canada has awarded a contract to undertake an assessment of risks related to vessels of concern in Canadian waterways. Public Services and...

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,...

Alberta Commits $1.3M to Assessing Creosote Levels in Bow River Watershed

The Alberta government is undertaking a five-year, $1.3-million project to continue assessing creosote levels in Calgary’s West Hillhurst community around the Bow River watershed. The...

Critical Water Infrastructure in Fort McMurray

The Alberta government has released a comprehensive report, titled Home Again: Recovery after the Wood Buffalo Wildfire, popularly known as the wildfire that struck...

Boil Water Advisory Lifted in Fort McMurray

Alberta Health Services (AHS) has confirmed that water quality has been restored to a safe level to all water system users serviced by the...

Watershed Groups Partner to Improve Charlottetown Waterways

The City of Charlottetown, Ellen’s Creek Watershed Group Inc. and Wright’s Creek Environmental Committee have completed the City of Charlottetown Brook Trout Conservation and...

Friends of the Greenbelt Announce Water Grant Recipients

Water is the focus of a new round of grants announced this week by Ontario's Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation. Five organizations have been...

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