April 2018

Balancing the Books

Financial Sustainability for Canadian Water Systems Canadians want affordable water services, but utilities are finding it difficult to \”balance their books\” as costs continue to rise and revenues decline. To mark World Water Day, Canadian Water Network is releasing a new report about the financial sustainability of Canada\’s water systems. Following an investigation of financial …

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Long-Term Drinking Water Advisories Have Lifted in Saskatchewan

WaterCanada Indigenous Services Canada has announced the elimination of a number of long-term drinking water advisories for First Nation communities in Saskatchewan. Investments in water and wastewater infrastructure are working to eliminate long-term drinking water advisories on public systems on reserve and to prevent short-term advisories from becoming long-term. Minister of Indigenous Services, Jane Philpott, …

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New Board of Directors for SOWMA

SOWMA held its Annual General Meeting in Saskatoon, SK on April 25, during their annual Education Day.  During that meeting elections were held.  The Board of Directors for 2018 is: Travis Wolfe – President Blaine Radics – Vice-President Larry Link – Secretary/Treasurer Jason Holtvogt – Director Murray Perehudoff – Director Thank you to departing Vice-President …

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SOWMA Education Days

The Saskatchewan Onsite Wastewater Management Association hosted a series of education days through the province during the month of April.  Attendance was strong at each of the events held in Swift Current, Regina, Weyburn, Yorkton, Prince Albert, Saskatoon and North Battleford.  A total of 130 participants were in attendance. Presentations covered the following topics: Regulatory …

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