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First Nation residents can finally drink clean, safe water after 13 years of water advisories

A 13-year-old drinking water advisory has finally been lifted for the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation after new infrastructure recently went online.

Residents concerned about water following drilling at nuclear waste repository site

Drilling has finished at a nuclear waste repository site near Ignace, Ont., and groundwater testing is ready to begin.

Canadian military leaves Iqaluit following its six-week-long water purification assignment

The military was on hand for six weeks, operating a reverse osmosis purification system to enable residents to drink clean water while efforts were made to fix a fuel leak that forced the shutdown of the city’s drinking water supply.

Winter weather doesn’t get in the way of groundwater research for Morwick team

With safety precautions taken, and shovels in hand, the wintery weather didn’t hold the team back or keep them from splicing a fibre optic network to run planned A-DTS tests to measure groundwater flow.

Zhiibaahaasing First Nation water operator earns honour from federal government

Jonathan Riberdy has received the 2021 National First Nations Water Leadership Award for his work in upholding high drinking water standards and for training young Indigenous water operators across Ontario.
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View from the industry: Part 3 of podcast series tackling drilling sites’ carbon footprint

Drilling contractors talk about what their drilling businesses currently do to reduce, reuse and recycle, and what they think could make that easier for all industrial businesses to do. » Read more
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Case study of Toronto stormwater management facility presented by Graham online

Graham Construction has made public a case study about how it overcame a number of challenges in its design for the City of Toronto’s Cherry Street Stormwater Management Facility. » Read more