Simcoe, Ont. – The National Ground Water Association provides a wealth of educational material to help contractors and well owners keep on top of best practices. Here we share a few useful links to educational tools and videos from the association and other ground water related organizations.
Prince George, B.C. – Preliminary results of GeoScience BC's airborne electromagnetic survey on ground water sources completed last summer in the Peace Region suggest some communities will likely be able to add a domestic well with the ground water of high enough quality to drink. Energetic City reports. | READ MORE
Canmore, Alta. – Realtors who sell Canadian resort properties say the low Canadian dollar is spurring interest from American buyers who are looking to pick up cheap vacation homes north of the border. CBC News reports. | READ MORE
Pembina Valley, Man. – The Pembina Valley Conservation District recently sealed a well at a local community centre, one of more than 1,300 wells sealed so far. Manitoba Co-operator reports. | READ MORE
With climate change finally taking its rightful place at the centre of world attention, and closely related ground water issues joining it, well drillers have an increasingly important role to play in educating the public about this precious resource.
March 18, 2015, Boston – Watson-Marlow has changed its
name to Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group to better reflect the evolution of
the company from a manufacturer of niche peristaltic pumps and tubing to a
specialist in fluid path technology.
Ground Water Canada, which began life in 1974 as Canadian Water Well, was first published by Agri-book, then taken over by Peter Darbishire and Peter Phillips, who formed AIS Communications. Annex Publishing & Printing purchased Ground Water Canada and other magazines owned by the pair in 2004.
May 13, 2014, Prince Edward Island – An opinion provided by the P.E.I. government regarding a moratorium on
high-capacity wells by its environmental advisory council is
confidential, says the environment minister. CBC reports. | READ MORE