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TODAY

2021/9/17

Water Advisories

Advisory wrap-up
There were 19 new advisories issued since yesterday: 7 in SK, 7 in QC, 2 in ON, 1 in BC, 2 in NL.

In Saskatchewan, PDWAs were issued to the Village of Stockholm due to valve repair, North Portal due to equipment failure, portion of Carrot River due to a water break, a portion of Tisdale due to water main replacement, portion of the Town of Battleford due to water service connection repair, a portion of Rosthern due to planned maintenance.
Saskatchewan Advisory Map Full report

Most recent advisories
Full list


Renewables

Transitioning the Soft-Goods Material Industry from Petroleum
Interview with Dr. Luke Haverhals, Founder and CEO of Natural Fiber Welding and Research Professor of Chemistry, Bradley University, Illinois
Full interview
                ADVISORY MAPS
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Boil Water      Do Not Consume      Water Shortage      Cyanobacteria Bloom



Numbers indicate the amount of advisories in each province
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WT Latest
EVLO™ Reliable Renewable Energy
Intermittent energy storage, batteries for extreme cold weather increase energy stability in remote communities

All the deets on algae with Dr. Zapesta, Environment Canada
Which algae are toxic, which lakes most affected. Buying lakefront properties. Available home tests and apps. Video 20 min.
Global Crustal Groundwater Volumes Greater Than Previously Thought
New research has revised estimates from a depth of one or two kilometers to up to ten kilometers

Lower Qu’Appelle Watershed Stewards invite
agricultural sector to tackle climate change

Interview with Alice Davis, coordinator, LQWS



WT Tech
Towards a more sustainable water/energy nexus.


Remediation
Start-up Aquaterrex locates water where others say “no water exists”

Shipping
Niche start-up Norsepower reduces environmental impact of shipping

Airships
Straightline Airships Environment-friendly commercial aviation that requires no roads or airports

Space
Lift-off 2023! Nova Scotia community rallies around first low orbit launch site in Canada.



WT Rez
FIRST NATION & INUIT WATER
The long-standing lack of clean drinking water and wastewater facilities in Indigenous communities has left an indelible stain on Canada's flag. For years successive government have pledged to fix the problem, yet today there are 51 long-term and 34 short-term advisories in Indigenous communities across the country. While 109 long-term advisories have been lifted, 51 remain in 31 communities, and the number of short-term advisories has been climbing in recent months, with short-term advisories regularly recurring in the same communities. Band Councils say government initiatives suffer from a lack of holistic approach, unprofessional consultants or engineers and poor funding for operators and related infrastructure.
Short-Term Advisories
According to Indigenous Services Canada latest report, there are 34 short-term advisories in effect in First Nations communities across Canada, excluding BC; and 9 in BC issued by the First Nation Health Authority (FNHA).

List of all Short-Term Advisories
Long-Term Advisories
In place for more than a year, these advisories are also monitored by Indigenous Services Canada (ISC)

There are currently 51 long-term advisories across Canada.

List of all Long-Term Advisories
A view from the Rez
Interviews Chiefs or Band Officials of the communities under long-term advisory. The latest ones include Chief Bruce Achneepineskum of Marten Falls First Nation, ON; and Chief Skead, Wauzhushk Onigum Nation, ON

A view from the rez -All Interviews
All First Nation water advisories are also listed on our provincial maps along with non-indigenous advisories.










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