Category: News

#OurWaterWorkers in COVID-19: On the front lines, but behind the scenes

No aspect of life appears unaffected by the reach of COVID-19. The pandemic has hijacked our work, our resources and even our conversations. Hospital staff, grocers, cleaners and first responders are hailed as the world’s courageous frontline workers, but one vital group has been overlooked in this celebration. Global Water Intelligence (GWI) has created the…
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WaterSMART Adaptation Resiliency Training Program

WaterSMART is happy to announce we are participating in the Adaptation Resilience Training (ART) program. ART is a cost-shared initiative supported by Natural Resources Canada’s Building Regional Adaptation Capacity and Expertise (BRACE) Program and Alberta Environment and Parks; administered by the University of Alberta’s Sustainability Council and Career Centre.  WaterSMART will be hosting one or…
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WaterSMART remains committed to supporting clients and partners during the COVID-19 pandemic.

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic we are all experiencing unprecedented and unpredictable times. Out of concern for our employees, clients, families and the greater community, WaterSMART staff began working remotely as of March 17th. WaterSMART is fully operational and our team is set up to work effectively from home. Staff cellphone numbers are…
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ECO Canada recognizes Laura Corbeil and WaterSMART!

We are beyond proud that our company and our team were recognized by ECO Canada at the Eco Impact Awards on January 23rd. WaterSMART was a finalist for the Top Employer award and Laura Corbeil, one of our talented Environmental Scientists, won the Environmental Professional in Training award for her work on the Cooperative Stormwater…
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WaterSMART identifies stewardship practices to add value to the agri-food supply chain

Since 2015, WaterSMART has led the Agriculture’s Water Future Project which focused on developing a process to better define and prove the value of water stewardship across the agri-food supply chain in Alberta. The results of the project are applicable globally. The goals of the project were to help position Alberta’s agri-food sector as a…
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