- May 13, 2015: CAWIC 10th Anniversary Celebration
Where: Paramount Conference and Event Venue, Woodbridge, ON Organization: Canadian Association of Women in Construction (CAWIC) Website: http://www.cawic.ca/event-1914109
- Interview: Vinod Rajasekaran of HUB Ottawa
HUB Ottawa and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Canada are partnering to launch a microgrant program that will allow eligible projects to raise awareness of Canada’s oceans in the nation’s capital. Water Canada reached HUB Ottawa’s Lead Strategist, Vinod Rajasekaran, via email to learn more about the interesting program. Water Canada: What prompted HUB Ottawa, focused […]
- Ontario Approves Essex Region Source Protection Plan
Ontario has approved yet another regional source water protection plan, this time for the Essex Region in the province’s south-west. The plan was developed by local municipal and community partners and will take effect in October 2015. “We are proud of the work of the Essex Region source protection committee in reaching this goal,” said […]
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- Water for Uni
Uni is unsure of her exact age, she doesn't know what caused her daughter to die, and frankly she doesn't know what the next day holds. However, one thing she can be certain of is that soon she will have access to safe water at home.
- Water for Fitri
Sumy wants her daughter to have a good life, one unburdened by the water crisis. Read how through Water.org, Sumy and her husband were able to make that life possible for their child.
- The Stream, April 28: Study Links Extreme Rainfall to Climate Change
The Global Rundown Researchers in Switzerland found links between warming global temperatures and the frequency of extreme rainfall events. The United States lowered the recommended level of fluoride in drinking water. Reduced hydropower could increase the risk of power brownouts in the western United States this summer, and unrealistic water transfer ideas abound in California. […]
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- The Stream, April 27: Clean Water, Sanitation Concerns After Nepal Earthquake
The Global Rundown Water is a growing concern in the aftermath of a deadly earthquake in Nepal. Nitrate pollution are threatening drinking water in Minnesota, conservation efforts are making progress in the Colorado River Delta, and more water permits are expired in California’s national forests. The Islamic State recently captured a strategic dam outside of […]
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- California Water Restrictions Generate Flood of Resistance
Cities object to mandatory limits on water use.
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