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Toward a Canadian National Water Strategy
Final Report
Rob de Loe

Significant threats to water resources exist across Canada. Climate change is an emerging challenge in all parts of the country, but numerous long term problems also exist, with serious implications for Canada’s environment, economy and society. The process outlined in this report begins with the formation of a leadership team, comprised of people who can speak to the needs, concerns and interests of the various stakeholder groups identified by or in the report.

National Flood Guidelines Draft Document

CWRA is coordinating a response and comments from our membership following the final draft national flood guidelines prepared for Natural Resources Canada and Public Safety Canada (delivered April 19, 2016).  CWRA's response is scheduled to be collected and delivered during May - June, 2016.  A team of key CWRA flood experts from across the country is reviewing but we are also actively seeking comments from all CWRA members on or before May 27, 2016. Links to the draft document, a background summary and comment form are listed here and can also be found on the CWRA homepage. Please forward comments This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

CWRA is also preparing a position paper on this topic and is currently seeking input for ideas and content of this document. CWRA and its members have a great opportunity to contribute to an informed discussion that will result in a national response framework for flood guidelines. We look forward to input from our members across Canada.  

National Principles, Best Practices and Guidelines - Flood Mapping Draft Document
Background Summary
National Flood Guidelines Comment Form

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CWRA WEEKLY NEWSLETTER 08.08.2016

Is Canada Ready for a National Water Strategy?

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Conference Presentations from the 68th Annual Conference in 
Winnipeg, Manitoba have now been made public. 
Review them here.

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Join CWRA, along with the most exciting leaders in the water and wastewater industry this October, at World Water-Tech North America, part of the newly launched Ontario Water Innovation Week.

Supported by CWRA, the theme for this year’s summit is “Accelerating Innovation in Energy Optimized and Climate Resilient Infrastructure”, and is a unique opportunity to hear from 60+ utility leaders, investors, and innovators on the latest approaches to energy optimization, resource recovery and re-use.

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Alongside the speaking program, you can take advantage of the water industry’s best networking tool to pre-set meetings with your most important contacts, including international delegations looking to meet US and Canadian partners.

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If you’d like more information on how to get involved, please 
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. It’s going to be a great event and we look forward to seeing you there.

Rick Ross, CWRA Executive Director

 


 

CWRA World Water Day Event Links

Canada's Most Precious Resource? Water Not Oil - An OpEd from Dave Murray, President, CWRA

See the latest CWRA media release for World Water Day 2016

See the CWRA media release for World Water Day 2016

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A message from Dave Murray, P.Eng., CWRA National President...



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Putting Prediction in Ungauged Basins into Practice 

J.W. Pomeroy, C. Spence and P.H. Whitfield

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