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Government to end DWA at Saskatchewan’s White Bear First Nation

Federal Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Carolyn Bennett announced Tuesday new investments expected to lead to the elimination of the long-term drinking water advisory in White Bear First Nation, Sask.

Fleming Drilling and Blasting students in the field

Ground Water Canada visited Fleming College’s Lindsay, Ont., campus to see what students in the Resources Drilling and Blasting program were up to.

Free webinars aim to help water-well owners

Five free webinars to help household water-well owners with issues including drought, turbid water, and well disinfection are being offered this summer by the National Ground Water Association.

Well owners can soon get loans to remedy dry wells in parts of N.S.

Some residents in southwestern Nova Scotia who suffered through a drought last summer will soon be eligible for a government loan to improve their home's water supply. CBC News reports.

Sulphate in water, dehydration and heat killed 200 Sask. cattle

Lab results have determined the death of 200 cattle in a grazing pasture near Shamrock, Sask., earlier this month was caused by a combination of dehydration, poor water quality and heat, according to a statement released by the province. CBC News reports.
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