"Water truly has no flag and it has no borders. We must join forces."
As part of the economic recovery from COVID, the federal Liberal government will likely rely on the Canada Infrastructure Bank and its mandate to form P3 agreements to minimize municipal debt.
In a major win for public ownership of local water resources, the Township of Mapleton has decided to terminate the public-private partnership.
The theme of this year's World Water Day explores how climate change and water are inextricably linked.
Activists from around the world are joining an Ontario community's fight against Nestlé and the commodification of water.
Three of the most serious impacts of climate breakdown on the ocean -- acidification, heating, and deoxygenation -- have been present in every mass extinction in Earth's history. Why aren't we acting?
Three weeks after Attawapiskat declared a state of emergency over its water quality, there are no signs of concrete actions from the federal government to address the community's water crisis.
A large proportion of Ontario voters agree that permits to take water for for-profit bottling should be phased out over the next two years.
James Dick Construction plans to blast below the water table in two quarries and that could allow contaminated surface water to infect municipal and private wells.
The push for greater ocean protection marks a growing shift in our perception of the seas, from a resource storehouse and dumping ground for wastes to a source of life.