Witnessing a historic moment: Wet'suwet'en laws in action on the land
It’s a frigid day in Smithers as I join the large crowd gathered in a snowy Bovill Square. We are here to witness and to listen to Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs and supporters.
Don't really get what's going on with blue-green algae in Lake Erie? Read on for an overview of what the problem is and what causes it.
Merville starts a movement
When the news percolated into the community of Merville that a conditional groundwater license had been granted by the Province of BC to allow commercial water bottling from a local aquifer, community members jumped to action.
Communities advancing action plans for green infrastructure
In 2017, Green Communities Canada and the Canadian Freshwater Alliance collaborated to explore how green infrastructure was transforming the way rain and stormwater was being managed in our communities.
Exposé on water threats across the country with #nofilterH2O
In Toronto’s Inner Harbour, a turtle swims amidst an eddy full of untreated sewage and garbage. Further north on the Lake Simcoe beachside, yet another plastic water bottle has been tossed on the shore despite nearby bins and water fountains.