Ontario Water News

Videos: Showcasing Water Innovation

Water sustainability champions talk about how their Showcasing Water Innovation projects are helping make their communities resilient for today and future generations.

Canadian Urban Institute

The Canadian Urban Institute worked with municipalities to map existing water information and to help realize new ways to conserve the resources. View Video.

City of Guelph

The City of Guelph and its project partners are improving water quality in rivers and lakes by testing a new approach for removing ammonia from wastewater effluent. View Video.

City of Kawartha Lakes

The City of Kawartha Lakes partnered with Fleming College’s Centre for Alternative Wastewater Treatment and innovative Ontario companies to improve stormwater effluent and water quality in the region. View Video.

Credit Valley Conservation Authority

IMAX Corporation partnered with Credit Valley Conservation Authority and innovative Ontario companies to address stormwater issues at its headquarters in Mississauga. View Video.

Greater Napanee Utilities

The Town of Greater Napanee partnered with an innovative technology company, Envirologics Engineering Inc., to remove tuberculation and old lining systems from the municipal water systems, which resulted in increased fire flow and improved drinking water quality. View Video.

Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority

Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority partnered with innovative Ontario companies to manage stormwater and decrease the level of phosphorous loads to Lake Simcoe. View Video.

Regional Municipality of York

The Regional Municipality of York worked with the University of Toronto to find a practical solution for reducing the release of micropollutants, such as pharmaceuticals and personal care products, from water pollution control plants. View Video.