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Women and a baby in Bahir, India
Women and a baby in Bahir, India
Photo: One Drop, Raisa Mïrza

What are the issues faced by Canada’s oceans, lakes, and rivers? Find the answer — and more, like how to ensure your house’s water supply is safe — in Our Water.

A Century of Innovation — Waterpower the Enabler

Ontario is home to more than two hundred waterpower facilities, dozens of which have been providing reliable, affordable electricity for over 100 years.

Cross-Sector Collaboration Aims for UN’s Goal of Access to Safe Water and Sanitation by 2030

Learn about how the One Drop Foundation and the METRO Water Initiative are helping to improve the lives of 500,000 people in the Indian state of Bihar.

Protecting Our Water Resources

We need the support of every citizen and business to protect our water resources and ensure healthy, efficient water systems. Here are four tips to help.

One of Canada’s National Treasures

Over 50% of the lakes in the world are located in Canada. But did you know that there are also over 500 electricity generation facilities among them?

Keep Your Home’s Water Safe with Tips from Mike Holmes

Mediaplanet spoke with CTV’s Mike Holmes about how you can ensure you have — and maintain — safe drinking water in your home.

For the World’s Poorest, the Climate Crisis Is a Water Crisis

In the communities where WaterAid works across the world, the lack of regular access to reliable water sources is being exacerbated by climate change.

Clean Drinking Water Gives Businesses Sustainability Edge

Forward thinking enterprises seeking ways to increase their sustainability efforts may find some lasting progress in how they handle their drinking water.

The Honourable Bernadette Jordan on Canada’s Blue Economy

We asked the Honourable Bernadette Jordan, Canada’s Minister of Fisheries, Oceans, and the Canadian Coast Guard, about ecosystems and tackling climate change.

What Keeps Canada’s Fish and Seafood Safe and Sustainable?

A strong regulatory environment, and close ties between industry and government, make Canadian fisheries among the most responsible in the world.

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