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WaterSMART Publishes the Water Resilience Roadmap for the South Saskatchewan River Basin (SSRB)

  The recently completed Adaptation Roadmap for the SSRB highlights opportunities for proactive water management across the South Saskatchewan River Basin (SSRB). This roadmap demonstrates that economic growth can be facilitated while supporting water security across the basin.   Click here to read the report

How a multimillion-dollar deal with the Girl Guides solved an Alberta town’s water issues

The Cochrane license transfer is just one example of our work supporting creative and important water management solutions. đź’ˇ   CBC News “The town of Cochrane, 15 kilometres northwest of Calgary, is one of the fastest growing municipalities in Alberta. Facing a growing population and an increasingly taxed water supply, the community turned to an…
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Kim Sturgess, Finalist for EY Entrepreneur Of The Year®

📢 Exciting News! 📢   WaterSMART Solutions’ CEO, Kim Sturgess, is a finalist for the prestigious EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® Award! The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® Award shines a light on entrepreneurs who tackle complex challenges and build a better world. Now celebrating its 30th anniversary in Canada, the EY Entrepreneur Of The…
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Advancing Natural Infrastructure Forum 2024

The Advancing Natural Infrastructure Forum hosted by WaterSMART Solutions Ltd., the International Institute for Sustainable Development, and the Natural Assets Initiative (NAI) brought together a diverse group of experts, passionate about the future of natural infrastructure and sustainable water management. Key highlights: đź’§ Water treatment and supply projects across the Prairies are addressing water infrastructure…
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Alberta announces what it says are the largest water-sharing agreements in its history

Our team is proud to be supporting the Government of Alberta, in navigating challenges associated with the drought. CBC News “Alberta has concluded its negotiations with major water licence holders and is now outlining what it calls the largest water-sharing agreements in Alberta’s 118-year history. The agreements are intended to adjust in real-time as conditions…
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