Ground Water Canada









Researchers have gained valuable insights into the movement and measurement of natural gas in the shallow subsurface, as well as assessments of impacts to groundwater, using a custom-built field station in British Columbia’s Northeast Region. https://www.groundwatercanada.com/research-measures-potential-impacts-of-fugitive-gas-emissions-on-groundwater/

Millions of cubic metres of treated drinking water are being pumped into the ground every year across Ontario municipalities as a result of leaky and broken pipes, according to a new study by the Residential and Civil Construction Alliance of Ontario. https://www.groundwatercanada.com/millions-of-cubic-metres-of-drinking-water-being-wasted-due-to-leaky-pipes-rccao-report/

The federal government is working with Manitoba farmers to create a tool to give them forecasts for soil moisture, groundwater and surface water flow to help manage and mitigate risks associated with extreme weather events. https://www.groundwatercanada.com/new-forecasting-tool-aims-to-help-manitoba-farmers-better-manage-extreme-weather-events/