Tag: water health

Posts count: 35

The missing link to healthy waters in Canada

Atlantic Canada has seen an incredible increase in the number of community-based water quality monitoring programs in the past decade. The challenge is to grow standardization and collaboration between organizations to feed into the... Read More
Atlantic Canada has seen an incredible increase in the number of community-based water quality monitoring programs in the past...
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2016 Loblaw Water Fund grantees announced

This World Water Day, WWF and Loblaw Companies Limited are excited to announce the 2016 Loblaw Water Fund grantees. Read More
This World Water Day, WWF and Loblaw Companies Limited are excited to announce the 2016 Loblaw Water Fund grantees.
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2016 Loblaw Water Fund now accepting applications

WWF and Loblaw Companies Limited (Loblaw) are excited to announce that applications are now being accepted for the 2016 Loblaw Water Fund. The fund supports Canadians working towards a healthy freshwater future. Read More
WWF and Loblaw Companies Limited (Loblaw) are excited to announce that applications are now being accepted for the 2016...
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St. John River Summit finds community connections key to river health

The St. John River Summit 2015 provided a valuable opportunity for the public and stakeholders to experience, learn, share and discuss the collective health of the river, harbour and bay in this industrious watershed. Read More
The St. John River Summit 2015 provided a valuable opportunity for the public and stakeholders to experience, learn, share...
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WWF-Canada launches new watershed reports website

Now, for the first time, all Canadians have access to comprehensive and easy-to-understand information about the health of one of our most valuable resources: freshwater. Read More
Now, for the first time, all Canadians have access to comprehensive and easy-to-understand information about the health of one...
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Community-based solutions to watershed health

Learn about watershed health on the east coast from CURA H2O and how tools like WWF-Canada’s recently launched Watershed Reports website will help with community-based water monitoring and management. Read More
Learn about watershed health on the east coast from CURA H2O and how tools like WWF-Canada’s recently launched Watershed...
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