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‘Water Wells First!’ wind farm protest underway in Chatham-Kent, Ontario

Residents of Chatham-Kent in southwestern Ontario today launched a campaign called Water Wells First! to protest the pile driving of foundations during construction of local wind turbine projects and to advocate for protection of nearby water wells, the Ontario Ground Water Association said in a news release supporting the effort. >> Read full article

Great Lakes water ruling sparks fear of thirsty cities

The recent decision by eight U.S. governors to grant a small Wisconsin town access to the Great Lakes water basin has sparked concern about the precedent this may set for other thirsty towns and cities. CBC News reports. >> Read full article

U of Alberta prof developing device to easily test drinking water quality

A University of Alberta chemistry professor is developing easy-to-use devices that could drastically improve the health and safety of communities in rural and remote regions of the world. The Edmonton Sun reports. >> Read full article

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Atlantic treasure

Atlantic treasure

Jordan Rogers is fulfilling every child’s – heck, every adult’s – fantasy. When his company, Valley Well Drillers in Waterville, N.S., is not drilling for water, it goes in search of fabled Atlantic bounty. Learn more in the summer issue of Ground Water Canada. >> Learn More…

 Event Calendar 

Atlantic Canada Waste and Wastewater Association Annual Conference

September 18, 2016
Location: Delta Beausejour Hotel, Moncton, New Brunswick >> More Info

Groundwater Week

Dec. 5-9, 2016
Location: Las Vegas >> More Info