Water News 2020

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CTV News

Residents in Innisfil are tired of talking about the ongoing flooding issues in Belle Ewart that never seem to get resolved, but there is a glimmer of hope thanks to a company called Ducks Unlimited. Last year the Ontario Trillium Foundation awarded the organization a grant of $74,800 to research the use of wetlands as natural infrastructure, and the results may be beneficial to flood-prone communities. Click here to continue reading

CBC News

The creation of a walleye restocking program could promote the economy and tourism, says Alberta Environment and Parks. The idea — which was proposed by the Environment minister — is meant to create stock for anglers participating in recreational fishing.  Click here to continue reading

Sylvan Lake News

The Government of Alberta is looking to update its policies on fishery management, but first is looking for feedback from the public. The public feedback is being accepted online as well as in person during public engagement sessions across the province. Click here to continue reading

Fort Mcmurray Today

The municipality has asked Janvier residents to stop using water after an incident involving chemicals at the hamlet’s water treatment plant. Click here to continue reading

Canadian Mining Journal 

Following the lead of the federal government, Alberta is undertaking a major re-scoping of work with the goal to establish rules to allow for release of process-affected water back into the Athabasca River from any oilsands mine by 2023. Click here to continue reading