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Additional support fund available to businesses and communities affected by pandemic

The Canadian government will support more small businesses and communities with targeted assistance delivered by regional development agencies.

How a melting glacier could redefine the Alberta–B.C. border

A longtime researcher of the Haig glacier believes its shifting and shrinking is also shifting the border between British Columbia and Alberta. It all has to do with runoff, which affects hundreds of thousands of people and animals that rely on glacier-fed streams and rivers as a water source. CBC News provides a three-dimensional report.

Clay layers and distant pumping trigger arsenic contamination in Bangladesh ground water

A study published in Nature Communications suggests that such clay layers do not always protect against arsenic, and could even be a source of contamination in some water wells.

Tuff Drive Shoes by Wellmaster Pipe & Supply Inc.

Tuff Drive Shoes are made from quality steel tube. The boring and machining process is done by our precision CNC machines. Carefully controlled induction heating ensures uniform hardness around the entire cutting edge of the shoe to increase its life. Wellmaster tests the cutting edge regularly at various points to maintain proper and consistent hardness. The shoe is coated in a dark grey finish and is stenciled to read Lead Free and Made In Canada. Part number identification has been added for ease of re-ordering. >> Learn more
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DJ's Well Drilling

Generation to generation: ‘Never two jobs the same’

In the latest edition of Ground Water Canada, Darrell and Arthur Jefferson, the father-and-son team behind DJ’s Well Drilling in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, share their thoughts about the day-to-day challenges and rewards of drilling. » Learn more

Canadian National Ground Water Association: Become a voting member

If you’re involved in the ground water industry in Canada, you are automatically an Associate member of the Canadian National Ground Water Association. Make a donation of $100 or more to participate in meetings and have a vote on association matters. Here you’ll find all the details and a CNGWA membership registration form. » Learn more