Fort Saskatchewan Record

After starting the industrial water and energy storage project in 2012-13, ATCO recently launched a pilot project that will protect the environment and could create new provincial regulations. Click here to continue reading

Triple Pundit

While water tech companies exist to solve problems in agriculture, third-world country development, and sustainability, they themselves have interesting ethical dilemmas to navigate, namely this: How can we get clean water to everyone who needs it, rather than just those who can afford it? Click here to continue reading

Fairview Post

This more than $1.7 million investment will improve wastewater treatment to meet the needs of Saddle Hills County and the Town of Fairview today and into the future, supporting growth. Click here to continue reading

Global News

A wet spring season has experts predicting that summer water levels for the Great Lakes could be higher than normal and above last year’s mark through early fall. Click here to continue reading

Global News

Last week, a federal court judge ruled that Federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna must decide whether a review panel, or the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency itself, should conduct an environmental assessment of the flood-mitigation project. Click here to continue reading

CBC News

The area being logged over the next year and a half represents less than 0.2 percent of the Highwood River watershed, said Keith Ebbs, forestry and environment coordinator, with CCI Inc., the company that has been hired by B.C.-based Balcaen Consolidated Contracting to navigate regulatory approvals in Alberta. Click here to continue reading

Global News

Nick Lyon is accused of failing to alert the public about an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease in the Flint area, which has been linked by some experts to poor water quality in 2014-15. Click here to continue reading

Global News

An outdoor guide who takes people down the North Saskatchewan River is warning people to stay off the river because of high water levels. "I've pulled my crews off the river that are operating out there," Bill Abercrombie, founder of Fort Saskatchewan-based Bushman Inc., said Monday. Click here to continue reading

Water Canada

The survey found that 93.6 per cent of all respondents think that tax dollars should be spent on necessities other than water. Healthcare ranked highest and was followed by Education. Click here to continue reading

Global News

Following a weekend that saw more areas in Alberta put under a high streamflow advisory and a helicopter used to airlift some campers away from where river waters were rising dangerously high, the manager for Alberta’s river forecast team spoke out about the situation on Monday. Click here to continue reading

CBC News

Crystal Jennifer awoke to find her campsite submerged in silt-brown water. She was among more than a dozen people who had to be evacuated from the Smoky Flats campground near Grande Prairie on Saturday. Click here to continue reading

CBC News

The Federal Court of Canada has sided with a group of Springbank landowners who are fighting the province's flood protection plan for Calgary. Click here to continue reading

CBC News

Canada may be home to 20 per cent of the world's freshwater, but there is no national system to collect or share information about the health and quality of Canada's watersheds, according to a new national assessment of Canada's rivers. Click here to continue reading

Global News

The Alberta government has been monitoring water levels closely and after a steady period of rain at the beginning of the weekend, more regions were upgraded to a high streamflow advisory Saturday night. Click here to continue reading

Global News

The Alberta government has been monitoring water levels closely and after a steady period of rain at the beginning of the weekend, more regions were upgraded to a high streamflow advisory Saturday night. Click here to continue reading

The Globe and Mail

With a mere 0.5 per cent of the world’s population, Canada has jurisdiction over 20 per cent of the global water supply – a vast and valuable resource that is largely taken for granted by those who depend on it. Click here to continue reading

CBC News

Climate change has been blamed for raging forest fires, devastating floods and shrinking glaciers, but scientists have determined the effects will look different in various regions of B.C. Click here to continue reading

The Calgary Herald

When the snow melts, rushing rivers take over, creating a top destination in North America for paddling, right here in our backyard. A region spanning from Calgary to Golden, B.C., down to Fernie, B.C., and all in between. Skiers and snowboarders switch sticks, from skis to paddles, as they ply the wild waters in and around the Canadian Rockies. Click here to continue reading

The Globe and Mail

The only ground transportation to subarctic Churchill has been suspended until at least winter — and possibly next spring — dealing a blow to the remote Manitoba community’s tourism industry and driving up prices for food, fuel and other items. Click here to continue reading

CBC News

An estimated 670 million litres of waste water gushed out of a broken earth berm at the Obed Mountain mine near Hinton, Alta., on Oct. 31, 2013. Click here to continue reading

Global News

Mayor Don Iveson wondered if it’s more cost effective to have money for cleanup after the fact than invest in prevention. “Is that better shared on the insurance side as a long shot risk versus what’s real and likely that we should be hardening infrastructure against?” Click here to continue reading

NPR

Water stagnating at a construction site. A dwindling number of mangroves along the shore. Lakes choked with algae and hyacinth. Sewage pipes leaking into the sea. These are common sights in India. Click here to continue reading

Global News

Thousands of people in south-central Manitoba are being asked by authorities with a water distribution system to slow the flow as hot, dry weather drives up the need for moisture. Click here to continue reading

Camrose Canadian

The watershed covers 30,000 square kilometres from Battle Lake — west of Pigeon Lake — to 800 kilometres east to North Battleford, Sask. However, there are many opportunities to get out and enjoy the green spaces in our own back yard. Click here to continue reading

Global News

Severe summer weather has become commonplace in Alberta over recent years. Some of the costliest Canadian weather events have come from hail storms in and around the Calgary area. Click here to continue reading