TORONTO, Jan. 11 /CNW/ - Nearly a decade after Walkerton, Canada has made great progress in water management. But for all the changes in policy and standards, the battle has not yet been won.
As the anniversary of one of Canada's most controversial water quality crises approaches, business magazine Water Canada looks back at the past ten years in Canadian water events, covering triumphs and failures, and lessons learned since 2000.
The timeline is included in Water Canada's January/February 2010 issue, released today. Other features: Vancouver's Olympic water solutions, measuring invisible corporate risk with water footprinting, moving toward a national water strategy, and the treatment technology that could save the world or kill us all.
SOURCE Water Canada
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