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Law firm signs on to One Percent for the Planet
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VICTORIA, BC-One of Victoria's oldest law firms, Horne Coupar, has joined One Percent for the Planet (1% FTP), an alliance of more than 728 companies that are committed to a healthier planet. Members ...
12/3/2007 | Full Story

BioteQ surpasses treatment target at Raglan, begins commissioning new plant in China
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BioteQ Environmental Technologies recently reported that its Raglan operation in northern Quebec has successfully completed its third full season of operations. Between April and mid-November, the fac...
12/3/2007 | Full Story

Environmental protection spending holds steady at $6.8 billion, says StatsCan
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The dollar value of investments in environmental protection by Canadian industry remained virtually unchanged between 2002 and 2004, at a total of $6.8 billion. This followed a substantial increase in...
12/3/2007 | Full Story

Abstracts invited for stormwater, urban water systems modeling conference
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GUELPH, ONT-Computational Hydraulics International has issued a call for abstracts for the 41st International Conference on Stormwater and Urban Water Systems Modeling, to be held February 21-22, 2008...
12/3/2007 | Full Story

Feds add funds to Lake Winnipeg cleanup activities
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The federal government is increasing its support for cleanup activities on Lake Winnipeg, providing $18 million over five years under its Action Plan for Clean Water. This investment will add $11 mill...
11/26/2007 | Full Story

Federal government designates new marine conservation area
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NIPIGON, ONT-Canada's newest National Marine Conservation Area (NMCA) will become the largest freshwater marine protected area in the world. The newly-created NMCA will take in more than 10,000 square...
11/19/2007 | Full Story

Alta government provides additional $340K for study of fire impacts on water flows, supplies
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CALGARY, ALTA-A grant of $340,000 from Alberta's Sustainable Resource Development Department will enable the University of Alberta to continue a forest hydrology study in the foothills of southern Alb...
11/19/2007 | Full Story

Globe Electric establishes company-wide environmental program
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MONTREAL, QUE-Globe Electric, a Montreal-based manufacturer of consumer lighting and electrical products, has launched a company-wide environmental program aimed at incorporating "green" practices int...
11/5/2007 | Full Story

Village issued enforcement order for exceeding water-taking limits
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EDMONTON, ALTA-The Alberta government has ordered the village of Boyle to reduce its water diversion from nearby Skeleton Lake immediately, after it was discovered that the village had exceeded its an...
10/29/2007 | Full Story

MDA signs five-year monitoring contract with PEMEX
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RICHMOND, BC-MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates (MDA) has entered into a five-year multi-million dollar contract with Petroleos Mexicanos (PEMEX) for the continued monitoring of natural oil seeps and...
10/29/2007 | Full Story

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