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A University of Victoria lab is working on developing an affordable, accessible and effective test to detect arsenic in drinking water, with the help of a researcher in the U.S. The Times-Colonist reports. https://www.groundwatercanada.com/uvic-lab-working-low-cost-effective-test-for-arsenic-detection-in-drinking-water/

Saskatchewan temporarily increases funding for dugouts, wells and pipelines for drought-stricken livestock producers https://www.groundwatercanada.com/saskatchewan-temporarily-increases-funding-for-dugouts-wells-and-pipelines-for-drought-stricken-livestock-producers/

N.L. department of Industry, Energy and Technology is contributing $4.5 million to the College of the North Atlantic to develop advanced drill core imaging technology. The Iron Ore Company of Canada and Agnico Eagle Mines also supported the project. https://www.groundwatercanada.com/n-l-college-of-the-north-atlantic-introduces-drill-core-technology-for-mining/