Lifewater Canada is a Christian, non-profit humanitarian organization. Our Strategy is simple: Volunteers train & equip African crews; Crews Drill Wells & build Washrooms; Donors help villages afford these necessities.
The purpose of this database is to provide gathered information regarding research being conducted throughout Canada and world-wide. This database has four sections:
areas of research, administrative/contact information, research information, funding information, and additional information.
As communities are established, as populations increase, our shared responsibility should not only be directed towards monitoring the provincial inter-ministerial and public processes in place on what has and is occurring in our local watersheds, and to our subsurface flows, but also to become visionaries for the future well being of those community residents and to the integrity of our watersheds.
The Clean Water Network (CWN) is an alliance of more than 1,000 public interest organizations around the US working together to strengthen and implement federal clean water and wetlands policy.
CIDA's mandate is to support sustainable development in developing countries in order to reduce poverty and contribute to a more secure, equitable, and prosperous world.
Health Canada is responsible for the assessment of exposure and impact on human health of selected contaminants in tap and groundwater, in order to establish national drinking water quality guidelines, conducting drinking water research supporting technology development/transfer, and assessment of drinking water treatment processes.
The Drinking Water Program provides expert advice to Health Authorities, and develops legislation, guidelines and policies on drinking water.
Welcome to the Source to Tap section of the CCME website, where you can learn about protecting Canada's water quality. Find out how and why governments across the country work in the areas of research, monitoring and guidelines.
Public Works and Services and other government departments work together to provide safe drinking water and effective sewage systems in NWT communities. Our department’s role is to provide technical support. We review designs of water and sewage systems. We tests models of new methods of water quality improvement. We give technical advice on new construction material and equipment.
Nova Scotia Environment and Labour is responsible for delivering effective and efficient regulatory management for the protection of our environment and the health and safety of Nova Scotians.