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 2017 National Conference

 
 
The 2017 Conference will explore how water has been exploited, managed, protected, and shared as it crosses jurisdictional boundaries in North America. The program will address the best (and worst) approaches and solutions to interjurisdictional water management on the continent, with a view to influencing future public policy.  During the registration process, you will be able to select from multiple day, single day, welcome barbeque, tours, and workshops. 

 

Why not extend your CWRA National Conference experience and join us for one or more of the following pre- and post- conference workshops!  Select your workshop through the registration page.

HEC-RAS Workshop*

Hoskin Scientific Workshop

NASH Field Workshop

Wetland Workshop by Aquality*

hydRology Workshop

PCSWMM/ SWMM5 Modeling Training Workshop*

*conference attendance not required

 
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CWRA National Board Meeting

Sunday, June 4, 2017

08:00 - 16:00 MDT

Lethbridge, Alberta

Webinar Registration

 

 

CWRA National Annual General Meeting and Executive Elections

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

17:00 MDT

Lethbridge, Alberta

Webinar Registration

 

Canadian Society for Hydrological Sciences (CSHS) Annual General Meeting 

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

12:00 MDT

Lethbridge, Alberta

 Webinar Registration

UPCOMING WEBINARS

Addressing Nutrient Contamination of Tile Drainage Effluent with Denitrifying Woodchip Bioreactors in Cooler Climate Areas

June 15, 2017 – 12:00 noon CST

Steve Sager, P.Ag.
Soil Resource Specialist
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
 
Register Now

Living with Wildland Fires: Have We Learned Anything from Fort McMurray?

June 27, 2017 - 12:00 noon MDT

Mike Flannigan
Department of Renewable Resources
University of Alberta
Coming soon

Wildfire Impacts on Hydrology and Water Quality

September

Uldis Silins
University of Alberta
Coming soon

Drought / Climate Change Effects on Forests

November

Ted Hogg
Natural Resources Canada
Coming soon

Become a member and watch recorded webinars at your leisure.

Principles of Hydrologic Modelling UW Graduate Course and Professional Short Course

The course is over 50% full, Register, now!

Presented by CSHS
 
June 19-24, 2017
 
This course addresses the development of computational models of watershed hydrology in support of water resources management and scientific investigation. The full model development and application cycle is considered: pre-processing, understanding, and generating input forcing data; system discretization and algorithms for simulating hydrologic processes; parameter estimation; and interpreting model output in the context of often significant system uncertainty. The course will include practical applications of models to alpine, boreal forest, prairie, and agricultural settings in Canada.

 

CANCID and the CWRA present the 

2018 International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage (ICID) Conference

Canadian National Committee on Irrigation and Drainage (CANCID)

Canadian Water Resources Association (CWRA)

Innovative and Sustainable Agri-water Management: 
Adapting to a Variable and Changing Climate

On behalf of the Canadian Water Resources Association (CWRA) and the Canadian Committee for Irrigation and Drainage (CANCID), we would like to welcome you to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, the heart of the Canadian Prairies! Surrounded by close to 25 million hectares of farm land in the Province of Saskatchewan, the agriculture and the agri-food sectors drive this economy. Saskatoon is home to world class agriculture research and education institutions that support sustainable innovations in agriculture. Managing water effectively is key to sustainable agriculture for ensuring food and water security and for creating greater resiliency to climate variability. The theme of the 69th annual ICID conference, “Innovative and Sustainable Agri-water Management: Adapting to a Variable and Changing Climate,” will focus on these issues and more.

Saskatoon is a relatively young city: a city of arts, culture, food and drink. But you have only to scratch the surface to immerse yourself in centuries of deep cultural heritage from First Nations’ traditions to the early days of settlement. Weaving through the city, witness to these important and historical changes, is the beautiful South Saskatchewan River Valley.

CWRA and CANCID are honoured to host the 69th Annual ICID Executive Council Meeting and International Conference.

We look forward to seeing you in 2018!

Dave Murray  National President, CWRA                           Roger Holm  President, CANCID

 

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Centre Eau Terre Environnement
Quebec City, Quebec
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Aquatic Habitat Protection SpecialistWater Security Agency - Closes May 18, 2017

Our Aquatic Habitat Protection team is a regulatory group that protects aquatic habitat from the impact of development in, or near, water in Saskatchewan.  Provincial legislation requires individuals and corporations to obtain an aquatic habitat protection permit before conducting work in, or near, water bodies.  We are searching for 2 enthusiastic individuals to join a team of professional staff performing this important work.  

Environmental Project OfficerWater Security Agency - Closes June 1, 2017

Our Environmental Services team acts as a regulatory body focusing on municipal and privately-owned waterworks and sewage works to ensure facilities achieve the provincial standards for drinking water and wastewater effluent quality.  We are searching for an enthusiastic individual to join a team of technical and professional staff performing this important work.  

Project Engineer and 2 Senior Project Engineers - Water Security Agency - Closes May 30, 2017

As a member of the Engineering Services team you will provide professional engineering services and support in the investigation, design, construction and rehabilitation of all types of water management projects. You'll conduct field inspections, design projects, prepare cost estimates, technical documentation and drawings, meet with regulators, landowners and other stakeholders, administer contracts, provide site supervision and manage the work of engineering consultants.  

To learn more about the work we do and these positions, visit www.wsask.ca


 

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