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June 13, 2011, Sherbrooke, QC - People in the Lennoxville area of Sherbrooke are fighting to keep their water supply separate from the rest of the city. | READ MORE
June 10, 2011, Calgary - The Rocky Mountain snowpack has been dwindling at an almost unprecendented rate for the last 30 years, according to an international research team. | READ MORE
June 6, 2011, Edmonton - Tiger Calcium Services has been fined $100,000 in provincial court for providing false ground water testing results to the provincial government. | READ MORE
June 6, 2011, United States – GE’s ABMet is a biological water treatment system that uses naturally occurring microbes to reduce the amounts of selenium and other metals entering freshwater supplies.
June 3, 2011, Quebec City, QC – Former heads of government from around the world will establish a new panel to fill a “serious void” in leadership on global water issues. 
June 1, 2011, Irvine, CA - Scientists are using small variations in the Earth's gravity to identify spots around the globe where people are making unsustainable demands on groundwater. | READ MORE
May 31, 2011, Williams Lake, B.C. - A regional project is studying the decline of water in the Williams Lake aquifer and other systems fed by the San Jose watershed. | READ MORE
May 31, 2011, Islamabad - An estimated 44 per cent of Pakistan's population is without access to safe drinking water, says a new report of the Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources. | READ MORE
May 31, 2011, Feasterville, PA – AMETEK PMT Products launches the new Level Mate III, a level measurement system for water and wastewater applications.
May 24, 2011, Calgary – The National Energy Board (NEB) has released a new guide directing energy companies in the clean up of groundwater and soil contamination.
May 24, 2011, Munich, Germany - Siemens’ Smart Grid Technology Innovation contest is searching for the most sustainable businesses in the world.
May 16, 2011, Edmonton - Albertans should not be alarmed by a new study that links shale gas drilling to groundwater contamination in the United States because regulations governing coal bed methane drilling in Alberta are different, says Environment Minister Rob Renner. | READ MORE
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