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433,000 jobs went unfilled in third quarter of 2019: CFIB report

Canada’s private sector job vacancy rate has stabilized but maintained its historic high of 3.2 per cent during the third quarter of 2019, according to a recent report from the Canadian Federation of Independent Business.

Manitoba First Nation launches proposed class action over water advisories

A legal challenge filed in Manitoba’s Court of Queen’s Bench could cost the federal government billions, if it is proven the government has violated the Charter rights of a large class of First Nations people for decades by failing to provide them with safe drinking water. CBC News reports.

Ontario to reward safe employers

Ontario will reward its safest employers with an estimated $140 million for excellence in occupational health and safety as part of a new program.

Grundfos pump competition won by walk-on semifinalist from Arkansas

After a year of competition at over 80 qualifying events in the United States and Canada, Grundfos named its 2019 WaterPRO Champion at the NGWA’s Groundwater Week in Las Vegas.

Vancouver airport installs geoexchange system of 850 wells

A $350-million geoexchange system at Vancouver International Airport involves drilling 850 wells 152 metres down into the sand of Sea Island, the Vancouver Sun reports.
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USask water expert joins global call to action to protect ground water sources

A group of international scientists and practitioners that includes University of Saskatchewan researcher Jay Famiglietti say we are not doing enough to protect and manage global ground water resources, which will have long-term effects on the world’s drinking water, food production and adaptation to a rapidly changing climate. » Learn more

OGWA regional training meeting

Jan. 7, 2020
Location: Sudbury, Ont.
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