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Saskatchewan First Nation fined $100,000 for environmental non-compliance

April 29, 2016 – The Kawacatoose First Nation pleaded guilty on October 20, 2015, in Saskatchewan Provincial Court for failing to comply with an environmental protection...

Department of National Defence ordered to pay $100,000 for spill

The Department of National Defence will pay a penalty of $100,000 after pleading guilty to violating the Fisheries Act.
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Digital initiative to help solve water challenges announced

GE and American Water have formed a new digital initiative to explore advances in the “Internet of Things” to help solve pressing challenges in the water industry.
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Stantec to acquire MWH Global in US$795 million deal

Stantec Inc. announced that it has entered into a merger agreement to acquire MWH Global, Inc., a Colorado-based global engineering, consulting and construction management...

World Water Day: Here’s what’s happening

Many World Water Day events are happening across Canada. ES&E has compiled a short list of things to check out today and this week.
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B.C. outlines plan to address water quality in North Okanagan aquifer

The British Columbia government said it will take a series of immediate steps toward ensuring safe drinking water for approximately 200 residents near Spallumcheen...
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Thirteen Ontario communities to receive infrastructure funding

Ontario and the federal government announced they are providing 13 small communities with over $10 million to build and repair critical infrastructure and help...
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Auto body supply shop fined $25,000 for VOC violations

A Mississauga shop was ordered to pay $25,000, after pleading guilty to contravening VOC limits under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999.

Cap-and-Trade regulation posted on Ontario Environmental Registry

Ontario’s Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change posted a regulatory proposal for a new cap-and-trade regulation on February 25, 2016.

Canada and US announce 40% phosphorus reduction target for Lake Erie

Canada and the U.S. have adopted targets to reduce phosphorus entering affected areas of Lake Erie by 40% to improve water quality and protect public health.

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