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Water Today Title December 5, 2022

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CITY WATER
WT Report on Drinking Water in 50 cities across Canada.
Report on Canadian Municipal Drinking Water. WT sent requests for informations to a cross-section of randomly picked cities across Canada, asking them to to tell us about the features and challenges of their water systems. Cities were offered the option of either a phone interview with their Drinking Water Management or a series of email questions. The reports below feature the answers that were sent to us.

WHISTLER, BC
The City's Source of water is Alpine Lakes and groundwater


REGINA, SK
The City of Regina receives potable water from the Buffalo Pound Water Treatment Plant, located approximately 60 km northwest of the City.


GREATER SUDBURY, ON
The City's distribution network has close to a thousand kilometres
of piping network, spread out over a very large geographic area


ABBOTSFORD, BC
Abbotsford and Mission receive domestic water from the Abbotsford Mission Water & Sewer Commission


GRANDE PRAIRIE, AB
Since 2003, water in the Grande Prairie region has been operated by Aquatera, a municipally controlled corporation .


GATINEAU, QC
The City's Aylmer water and wastewater plants are the most vulnerable to flooding


Our first reports:

FREDERICTON - New Water Plant brings Inuvik water up to par with Canadian Drinking Water Standards

WINNIPEG - New Water Plant brings Inuvik water up to par with Canadian Drinking Water Standards

SASKATOON - New Water Plant brings Inuvik water up to par with Canadian Drinking Water Standards

PRINCE RUPERT - New Water Plant brings Inuvik water up to par with Canadian Drinking Water Standards

INUVIK - New Water Plant brings Inuvik water up to par with Canadian Drinking Water Standards

MONCTON - Moncton Water Plant Adapting technology for changing water conditions

MONTREAL - City invests in green solutions to reduce the occurrence of sewage overflows

MONCTON - Moncton Water Plant Adapting technology for changing water conditions

VANCOUVER - Metro Vancouver is a utility provider that plans for and delivers regional-scale drinking water services to approximately 2.7 million people through its member jurisdictions.

TORONTO. - The City's Lead in Drinking Water Mitigation Strategy launched in 2011 has significantly decreased lead exceedances.

OTTAWA - In 2020, The city launched its Combined Sewage Storage Tunnel to protect the Ottawa River




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