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July 11, 2019
Ground Water Canada Photo Contest

P.E.I. environment minister releases Water Act regulations

Prince Edward Island is a step closer to bringing its Water Act into force. The province's environment minister recently announced public consultations on the final set of regulations needed before the act can be proclaimed. CBC News reports.

G360 Institute papers among top downloaded articles of 2017-18 by Wiley

Two papers by researchers at the G360 Institute for Groundwater Research at the University of Guelph in Ontario, are among the top 20 most read articles of 2017-18 in the journal Ground Water Monitoring & Remediation.

Hydronics conference to showcase products and systems

The Canadian Hydronics Conference will showcase hydronics education, products and systems in September in Ottawa.
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Turbidity and turbines?

Turbidity and turbines?

Since August 2013, water-well owners in the rural municipality of Chatham-Kent in southwestern Ontario have seen their well water turn dirty, fill with brown or black sediments that clog filtration systems, expel gases and smell bad. In the latest issue of Ground Water Canada, learn more about the troubling situation and how citizens, scientists and stakeholders are taking problem-solving to a new level. » Learn more
Photo Contest!

Send us your best photos!

To help shine a light on ground water, we present our first Cover Photo Contest! We want to see the ground water industry from your point of view. Whether it's your team drilling, rehabilitating, monitoring, taking core samples or simply enjoying a laugh at the end of the day, show us the ins and outs of your drilling season and your photo could be featured on the cover of Ground Water Canada! Deadline for entries is July 31, so remember to snap photos when you’re out on jobs in July! » Learn more

Protect Your Groundwater Day

Sept. 3, 2019
Location: North America
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