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Water Today Title May 18, 2022

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CITY WATER
WT Report on Drinking Water in 50 cities across Canada.
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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