Water Rangers Does Citizen Science
The world of citizen science is exploding. Water Rangers is at the forefront of this movement, providing an open platform, low-cost tools, and programming to empower citizen scientists and help fill data gaps.
#nofilterH2O: Getting real about water this summer
#nofilterH2O is a social media challenge to post photos, videos and memes that remove the filter on water and dispel the myth that all is well with water in Canada. Use the hashtag this summer for a chance to win prizes!
Nahanni River of Forgiveness: An epic journey, a story of reconnection and reconciliation
Guest blog by Geoff Bowie, director and co-producer of the Nahanni River of Forgiveness Documentary. The Nahanni River currently lacks protections as a navigable water that is excluded from the schedule of the Navigation Protection Act.
Groundwater dis-contents: BC water savings could dry up
Before you make a big purchase, you want to know how much money is in your bank account. Groundwater is like an underground bank account, yet we currently manage it with a blindfold on.
Floods in Canada: On the Rise
Five of the most destructive floods in Canadian history have occurred since 2010. This is the first in a 2-part series about flooding in Canada.
Does Bill C-69 impede science by fogging the link between the environment and navigable waters?
The same waters that float a canoe, provide water for deer to drink, and for fish to swim. However, the political pen can fail to account for the full value of rivers.