Water News

CBC News

As the world demands more and more of our most precious resource, and sources seem to be drying up, the UN says there is a huge untapped reservoir that could help to meet the demand: wastewater. Click here to continue reading

The Guardian

 A plan to extract millions of litres of water out of a Unesco world heritage site, send it by pipe to the coast and ship it to foreign markets for bottling has ignited a campaign over water resources in New Zealand. Click here to continue reading

The Globe and Mail

Christy Clark continues to move ahead with this $9-billion project despite mounting evidence against it, as well as opposition from such diverse groups as First Nations, farmers, Amnesty International, academic scientists and now even the Association of Major Power Customers of B.C. Click here to continue reading

Nanton News

The Town of Nanton is pleased to announce that the construction for the new waste water treatment plant is almost complete. To mark this occasion, an official ribbon cutting ceremony will take place in Nanton on Tuesday, March 28 at 2 p.m. Click here to continue reading

Statistics Canada

Human Activity and the Environment 2016: Freshwater in Canada provides up-to-date statistics on freshwater supply and demand and includes maps, charts and tables for each of Canada’s 25 drainage regions. Click here to continue reading

The Globe and Mail

Most Canadians have access to free-flowing tap water that’s clean, fresh and safe. So why, wonders Corey Mintz, does the bottled water industry make $2.5-billion in annual sales? Click here to continue reading

CBC News

An investigation into a major oil spill in Saskatchewan last year has been handed over to Crown prosecutors. Click here to continue reading