Archives for April 2015

Chief Drinking Water Inspector Annual Report 2013-2014

Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change Chief Drinking Water Inspector’s Annual Report 2013-2014 – Notice of Release and link: 2013-14 Chief Drinking Water Inspector’s Annual Report

Save the Date! Effective Management For Sustainability

May 26th

The OWWA Water Efficiency Committee is presenting Effective Management For Sustainability training course. Interactive training course taught by industry experts. Registration Deadline: May 17th 2015.

For more information, click here.

Save the Date! Spring Seminar – Municipal Watershed Management

May 13th

Protecting drinking water at its source can be the most cost-effective and reliable way to improve water quality, but urbanization and climate change are making effective watershed management a challenge in the 21 st century. Come join the OWWA young professionals at the Royal Botanical Gardens to learn about the impacts of municipal watershed management on drinking water quality and treatment in a fun and interactive learning environment.

For more event information, click here. 


Guide for Drinking Water System Owners Seeking To Undertake a Backflow Prevention Program

The  Ministry of Environment & Climate Change (MOECC) has released the revised final Backflow Prevention Guide on EBR for information purposes only.

To download the free copy, click here.


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The Canadian Water Forum is a friendly gathering place where you can reacquaint yourself with old friends and meet new ones. This year’s event will be hosted at the Uva Bar & Cafe in Anaheim and is sponsored by the AWWA Canadian Affairs Committee and the five Canadian Sections.

The ticket price includes hors d’oeuvres and two drinks and is a benefit event for Water for People Canada.

For more information, please click here. 


The Conference Program is Now Available!

Getting ready for this year’s Conference? Make sure to take a look at the Conference Program to plan out your attendance!

Ontario’s Water Conference & Trade Show 2015 Technical Tour

Join your colleagues for an exclusive tour of Toronto’s R.C. Harris Water Treatment Plant on Sunday April 26th!
10:00am – 2:00pm
$50 plus HST (transportation and lunch included)

For more than 70 years, the R.C. Harris Water Treatment Plant has provided safe drinking water to Toronto’s residents and York Region. Located in an attractive east-end community called The Beach, the plant is well known for its architectural features. It is often described as a “sparkling jewel by the lake“.

Register now!

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