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By: Canadian Water Network  09-12-2011
Keywords: water resources

Atlantic regional workshop for students and young professionals
Develop communication and facilitation skills to work and engage with others/p>

The Blue Economy Initiative aims to shed light on the connection between water and our economy.
First report released: Major new study of the contribution of water to the Canadian economy

Photo and video winners announced!
CWN thanks everyone who participated in our first-ever students and young professionals photo/video contest.

Profiled — Dr. William Cullen, a CWN researcher who was born to study the elements

Through its Canadian Watershed Research Consortium, CWN has taken end-user engagement a step further.

Informing Canadians and decision-makers about the economic benefits of protecting Canada’s fresh water.

Experts and stakeholders convene in Ottawa for Connecting Water Resources 2011 to share findings, tools and ideas to manage water in uncertain future

A recently published report summarizing major findings from a two-day workshop entitled Sharing Water Challenges and Solutions: Experiences of First Nations Communities.

Why Study Water? Turning a Potential Crisis into Opportunity — On December 1, 2010 at 7 p.m., come hear Dr. Graham Gagnon talk at the Museum of Natural History in Halifax.

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Special Workshop on Knowledge Translation and Brokering, Hyatt Regency Montréal, Québec

A knowledge-exchange and networking event organized by Environment Canada’s Science and Technology Liaison, ResearchImpact, the Canadian Water Network, and collaborating partners York University, Canadian Health Services Research Foundation and the British High Commission, under the [..]

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News & Events : Canadian Water Network

OTTAWA, November 17, 2011 — A new report released today by the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy says that if Canada is to ensure a sustainable water supply — which is crucially important to the prosperity of industries in the natural resources sector — governments at all levels will need.


Events : Canadian Water Network

Ecological flow requirements — Integrating current science into practical management of river systems will bring together EFR practitioners and experts to help develop steps toward integrating EFR into water management and planning in the Grand River watershed. Thursday, November 3, 6–9 p.m. at The Richmond477 Richmond Street West in TorontoJoin Waterlution in launching the Waterlution Toronto Hub, “Building active networks of water leaders.


Opportunities : Canadian Water Network

Apply by Friday, September 9, 2011The Circle on Philanthropy and Aboriginal Peoples in Canada — a young and rapidly evolving organization — is looking for its first coordinator, an individual who will have the chance to shape the future of a new network committed to strengthening the level, innovation and community reach of financial and.