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N.S. minister urges long-term solutions to water shortages

The minister responsible for emergency management in Nova Scotia says it's time to consider a long-range approach to helping areas that experience water shortages in the summer. Current short-term solutions include financial assistance programs for well owners and trucking in water. CBC News reports.

Most B.C. residents have serious water concerns: report

A majority of British Columbians are worried about water-related problems, according to a recently released online survey of 1,619 B.C. adult residents conducted by McAllister Opinion Research.

Saskatchewan water projects receive funding

The federal and provincial governments have announced more than $53.9 million in joint funding for 46 Saskatchewan projects – including 41 drinking water and wastewater projects – through the Small Communities Fund.
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Sept. 21, 2018
Location: Conestogo, Ont.
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Ground Water Week

Dec. 4-6, 2018
Location: Las Vegas, Nev.
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