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Toosey First Nation of B.C. gains new drinking water system

The Toosey First Nation, located some 50 kilometres southwest of Williams Lake in British Columbia, has received a new water treatment system, with the help of more than $3 million from the federal government.

Nestle proposes partnership with small Ontario town it outbid on water well

A small Ontario township looking for a drinking water supply isn’t sure what to make of a proposal from Nestle to "partner" on a well the community tried to buy but lost to the international bottled-water company. Global News reports.

Reversing course, EPA says fracking can contaminate drinking water

The Environmental Protection Agency has concluded that hydraulic fracturing has contaminated drinking water in some circumstances, according to the final version of a comprehensive study first issued in 2015. The New York Times reports.
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NGWA Groundwater Week 2016 highlights

Groundwater Week, put on by the National Ground Water Association in Las Vegas last week, offered a variety of educational sessions presenting the latest developments that affect water well drillers and opportunities to grow their businesses. Check out highlights and photos and stay tuned for more in the first issue of 2017 coming your way in early January. » Read more

Welding Fundamentals for Well Technicians

January 5, 2017
Location: Fleming College, Lindsay, ON » Learn More

Understanding Book 7: Job Site Set-up

January 25, 2017
Location: Fleming College, Lindsay, ON » Learn More