Meeting discusses vulnerability of water in Niagara

Groundwater supplying the homes of 77,000 Niagara residents is highly vulnerable to contamination. And even water supplying regional treatment plants isn’t necessarily safe, elected officials heard this week. Jayme Campbell, a special projects supervisor for Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority, was at a Niagara Region health committee meeting Tuesday to discuss the vulnerability of Niagara’s drinking […]

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Town of the Blue Mountains

Source Protection Authorities seeking to replace Source Protection Committee Representatives Are you interested in source water protection? Are you in the Environmental/Health/Public Sector or the Agricultural/Commercial/Industrial Sector? Find out more below! The Source Protection Authorities for the Grey Sauble, Saugeen Valley, Northern Bruce Peninsula Source Protection Region are […] Click here to view original web […]

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Street signs traced to Walkerton drinking water tragedy

This sign at Indian Road and Michigan Avenue alerts drivers they are entering a drinking water intake protection zone. Troy Shantz Troy Shantz Six street signs posted around town read ‘Drinking Water Protection Zone,’ and every day they’re passed by countless drivers and pedestrians without a second thought. A […] Click here to view original […]

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Guelph-Eramosa set for new zoning bylaw

Guelph-Eramosa is set for a township-initiated zoning bylaw amendment to implement source protection areas through the township. The amendment is a result of recent changes to the Wellington County Official Plan and the province’s Clean Water Act and Grand River […] Click here to view the original story at www.wellingtonadvertiser.com

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Mayor, councillor and CAO met with minister of environment

Ministry meeting – Centre Wellington representatives met with the Minister of Environment and Climate Change on Jan. 22 to ensure the long-term sustainability of local drinking water. From left: Centre Wellington CAO Andy Goldie, Mayor Kelly Linton, Minister of Environment and Climate Change Chris Ballard and Centre Wellington councillor […] Click here to view the […]

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Water quantity protection study is seeking participants

NEWS FROM LAKE ERIE SOURCE PROTECTION REGION The Lake Erie Source Protection Region is looking for members of the general public to take part on the Community Liaison Group (CLG) for the Guelph-Guelph/Eramosa Water Quantity Policy Development Study. The study area includes the City of Guelph, […] Read the full story at www.guelphtoday.com

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