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Federal government provides update on First Nations drinking water advisories

The federal government has provided an update on drinking water advisories on reserve in First Nations.

Powell River, B.C., city council restricts water bottling

City of Powell River Council passed a bylaw that prohibits bottling of most water within city limits. The Powell River Peak reports.

Wellmaster and Lambton College launch commercialization project with support from Ontario government

Wellmaster, manufacturer and wholesaler for the groundwater and other industries, has partnered with Lambton College in Sarnia, Ont., to launch a collaborative research project to support the commercialization of the Press x Press coupling.

Alberta’s Tsuut’ina Nation residents worry about water quality in wells five years after testing

Many residents of Tsuut’ina Nation in Alberta don’t trust their well water and are continuing to buy water, five years after their water tested above the guidelines on several elements, including barium, aluminum and lead. APTN News, Mount Royal University and Global News report.

NGWA applauds U.S. EPA determination to regulate PFAS in drinking water

The National Ground Water Association is applauding the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s recent determination to regulate perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS) and perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) in drinking water.

Book explores water management and governance in Canada

A new book explores the practical implications of water resilience, presents insights into new water paradigms for future water resilience and looks at other aspects of water research.
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Podcast series to tackle drilling site’s carbon footprint

Canadian Pipe and Pump Supply and Ground Water Canada will launch a podcast series exploring current practices and potential best practices for handling waste material on the drilling site. » Read more

2021 OGWA Members-Only Walkerton Regional Training Meeting (In-Person and Virtual)

March 22, 2021
Location: Walkerton Clean Water Centre and Online
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