The Government of Canada Works with First Nation to end three long-term Drinking Water Advisories at Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation

PORT PERRY, ON, Aug. 15, 2017 /CNW/ - Everyone in Canada should have access to clean and safe drinking water. Today, the Honourable Carolyn Bennett, Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs, announced new investments that will lift three long-term Continue Reading

Leaky pipeline near Montreal still moving oil despite warnings from regulator

Sylvie Rozon and Guy Coderre had just finished preparing a report on the threat of oil contamination in the Montreal region's drinking water when they decided to investigate a potential risk. It turned out to be serious. Rozon and Coderre are Continue Reading

The Importance of Water Infrastructure

Water is vital to America’s economy and our quality of life. In fact, aging infrastructure and years of deferred maintenance is catching up, and the cost of inaction could be severe. A new economic analysis for the “Value of Water Campaign” found Continue Reading

$34M For Manitoba Water And Sewer Upgrades

WINNIPEG, MB. — Manitoba is investing over $34-million in new water and wastewater upgrades for Manitoba municipalities. “Our government is investing in important water and wastewater projects in communities across the province,” says Indigenous Continue Reading

America’s drinking water infrastructure is aging — here’s how to tell if your tap water is safe

America’s drinking water infrastructure is aging and in serious need of modernization. Pipes are overdue for replacement, and water and wastewater treatment systems need upgrades to deal with new classes of pollutants. Changing a drinking water Continue Reading