Daily Mail Online

The group, from Spain, were visiting the Rocky Mountains in British Columbia, Canada, on April 21 when a river of snow came crashing down the mountain. Skier and mountaineer Jurek Ziemkiewicz captured the avalanche on camera. Click here to continue reading

CBC News

The owner of a flooded horse rescue near Leduc is literally up to her knees in muddy water. Tracy Benkendorf, who has 74 horses to care for at Adorado Nino, needs help. Click here to continue reading

Global News

The Flood of the Century changed the landscape of Manitoba and the lives of thousands of Manitobans. Click here to continue reading

Global News

A meeting by the Calgary River Communities Action Group (CRCAG) at Dicken’s Pub on Tuesday was packed with people looking for information on what’s being done to prevent future flooding. Click here to continue reading

National Observer

Sandra Diabo is a 60-year-old Mohawk grandmother and traditional medicine keeper. She has resided in Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg community, known as KZ, for 45 years. The community is in Western Quebec, less than two hours away from Parliament Hill and Canada's capital region. And yet, when it comes to basic human rights such as access to clean drinking water, she says “it feels like a struggle every day of existence.” Even worse, she fears that those federal politicians who work down the highway don't seem to be listening. Click here to continue reading

Chestermere Anchor City News

“That’s a normal part of our operations that we would expect that little bit of seepage to be pumped out and be diluted. That should not cause any harm at all” Click here to continue reading

Global News

For the first time ever in Nova Scotia, a resident is heading to court Wednesday to file a private prosecution against two companies accused of contaminating drinking water in the area. Click here to continue reading

Calgary Sun

The study, led by University of Calgary hydrogeologist Scott Jasechko, involved delving into data collected from 6,000 groundwater wells around the world. Click here to continue reading

Al Jazeera

The impact of the acute drinking water crisis in Bangladesh is borne disproportionately by women who, like Khadija, are the family members traditionally responsible for collecting water. Click here to continue reading

Calgary Sun 

The mid-June event, started one year after southern Alberta's historic 2013 floods, is looking to crack yet another record with the city waiving all fees for approved block party and green space permit bookings. Click here to continue reading

CBC News

The Snow, Water, Ice and Permafrost in the Arctic assessment was written by more than 90 scientists from around the world who compiled the latest northern research on how climate change is affecting the Arctic ice and ecosystems. Click here to continue reading

Metro News

Residents who pay for drainage will pick up a $17-million tab to clean up several feet of “sludge” at an abandoned sewage lagoon northeast of Edmonton, after the province told the city they had to act. Click here to continue reading

Alberta Government News

Four provincial grants are part of $63 million earmarked in Budget 2017 to help Alberta communities and organizations adapt to severe weather events and a changing climate. Click here to continue reading

Grand Prarie Daily Herald Tribune

After more than 10 years of planning and construction and one year of operation, Aquatera celebrated the renovation of its wastewater treatment plant. CEO Bernd Manz unveiled the $60.8 million project on Friday, which is expected to serve more than 80,000 people in the Grande Prairie area. Click here to continue reading

The Guardian

But addressing the water shortages that threatened life in his mountainous home had started to feel like an intractable problem until he saw the chunk of ice: still hanging, improbably, beneath the bridge, long after the shards around it had melted. Click here to continue reading

The Guardian

Earlier research by Renforth has shown that carbon dioxide from the atmosphere is absorbed by material inside slag heaps. “We now want to see if we can improve the rate of this absorption so that can we make significant reductions in atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide in the future,” added Renforth. Click here to continue reading

CBC News

The creek, near 17th Street and Baseline Road, flows directly into the North Saskatchewan River. Crews managed to contain the spill before it reached the river, according to Alberta Energy Regulartor spokesperson Monica Hermary. The size of the spill is still unclear. Click here to continue reading

Sylvan Lake News

President Graeme Strathdee and Director-at-Large Susan Samson of the Sylvan Lake Watershed Stewardship Society gave an interactive presentation on the science surrounding the waters of Sylvan Lake. Both representatives provided various examples of what affects water quality in the lake, as well as what procedures are used to test the quality of that water, such as pH testing. Click here to continue reading

CBC News

Some 53 municipalities have experienced enough flooding this week to qualify for provincial aid, according to a news release issued by the Quebec government.Click here to continue reading

Global News

A First Nations community west of Edmonton has declared a state of emergency over flooded roads making it nearly impossible for residents to access clean water or for emergency vehicles and school buses to get through. Click here to continue reading

National Post

Astronomers have found yet another planet that seems to have just the right Goldilocks combination for life: Not so hot and not so cold. It’s not so far away, either. Click here to continue reading

Wetaskiwin Times

While Millet Mayor Tony Wadsworth said he hasn’t heard much feedback from residents yet, Coun. Mike Storey said he’s looking forward to having a cup of coffee without having to fill up a water bottle beforehand. Click here to continue reading

CBC News

The state of emergency was declared April 16 because the trucks that deliver water to band members kept getting stuck in the sludge. Click here to continue reading

The Vulcan Advocate

The water commission is requesting that the Town take back ownership of the plant and its contents, wrote Kym Nichols, the commission’s chair, in a letter to the Town. The old water plant was among the assets the Town turned over to the commission, which operates the new water treatment plant. Click here to continue reading

National Observer

Scientists have developed a box that can convert low-humidity air into water, producing several litres every 12 hours, they wrote in the journal Science. Click here to continue reading