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Prime Minister shares COVID-19 economic response plan to support Canadians

The Canadian government has laid out a detailed economic plan to help Canadians – and Canadian businesses – facing hardship as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Yukon launches online water well registry

The Yukon government is launching a new water well registry that will allow users to search for water well records across the territory.

Researcher studies how water and sediment flow through reservoirs and dams

Mechanical engineers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute are developing a better understanding of how water and sediment flow through reservoirs and dams, in the hopes of making that process closer to earth’s natural dynamics.
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Craig Stainton

Ground Water Awareness Week Podcast: A conversation with Craig Stainton

In Ground Water Canada’s first podcast, Talking Ground Water, we welcome Craig Stainton, who has been involved in the industry for more than 40 years in pump and water treatment service, as an instructor and, more recently, as executive director of the Ontario Ground Water Association and the new Canadian National Ground Water Association.

Listen to “What is ground water?” – the first episode of our three-part series – and share it with customers, colleagues and friends to emphasize the importance of your work as a ground water professional.
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Lessons of Walkerton: A look back 20 years

In May of 2000, seven people died and thousands more suffered lifelong health implications after E. coli entered the drinking water supply of Walkerton, Ont., following an intense rainstorm. Ground Water Canada spoke with Carl Kuhnke, chief executive officer of the Walkerton Clean Water Centre, about the legacy and lessons of Walkerton and what the centre is doing to educate and support drinking water system owners and operators in safeguarding Ontario’s drinking water. » Learn more