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Archived News:

Writing in Engineering: New Paper

Our own Sarah Jane Payne recently published in TIPS (Teaching Innovation Projects) Journal. Check out her piece on supporting writing in engineering, here!

Summer Defence Line Up!

It's a busy one here at Water Studies...

Lead Service Line Replacement Questionnaire

Property owners are invited to participate in a Lead Service Line Replacement Questionnaire.

Calling all potential students!

Have an interest in water?

Tour of a Water Treatment Plant

Check out Halifax Water and CWRS on CTV news!

Dr. Gagnon on CBC News tonight!

Dr. Gagnon talked to CBC NS News at six about water conservation.

Dr. Bill Hargrave Guest Lecture

Dr. Bill Hargrave gave a lecture today on slow sand filtration, and some of the lessons he has learned over his 30+ year career in the water industry.

CWRS - Award Winning Research!

CWRS wins Council of the Federation Excellence in Water Stewardship award for Nunavut Water Research

CWRS 2nd place in Poster Competition

Congratulations to Megan Kot for placing second in the Poster Competition at CWR!

Source to Tap: Water Safety Plans and What it Could Mean for Canada’s Small Systems

CWRS is excited to be hosting a workshop on Water Safety Plans and what this could mean for smaller communities! Come find us at the Canadian Water Network's Connecting Water Resources conference in Ottawa this March!!

Update on Small Systems Research in Alberta

CWRS will be reporting back on some of the findings from early work on the implementation of drinking water safety plans in Alberta's small communities.

On Internships and Work Experience in Grad School

Our own Sarah Jane Payne profiles CWRS students who have taken time off from their research to pursue internships and gain work experience in the 'real world'. Check it out!

Breaking the Ice

CWRS work is featured in this month's Water Canada magazine!

CWRS going North

Good luck to CWRS students heading to Yellowknife for the NTWWA conference

Water Research Symposium

Thanks to all IRC Partners and students for attending and presenting at the NSERC IRC Water Research Symposium yesterday.

Water Studies takes home two poster awards!

Amina and Eliman both won awards for their posters at WQTC in Toronto this week!

Congratulations to Sarah Jane Payne!

Sarah Jane Payne, runner-up for best student poster at the CWWA conference this week!

Canadian Rural Health Research Conference

Water Studies conference season continues in Levis, Quebec on October 25-26!

Water Studies takes on CWWA

The Water Studies team and partners are heading to Kelowna next week to present findings at the CWWA conference.

Water Studies at ACWWA

Dr. Gagnon, Heather Daurie and students Amina Stoddart and Emily Zevenhuizen are in Charlottetown today!