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June 15, 2016 at 11:00 am to 12:00 pm The Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change, Modernization of Approvals Branch, will be providing an introduction and overview of the new MOECC Client Account Management...

source: APGO

June 9, 2016 from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm 2nd Floor, Twenty Toronto Street, Toronto Reception at 5:00 pm Come out and join us in recognizing this year's three outstanding member recipients of the APGO's Award of Merit — Terry R. Carter, P.Geo., Nicholas Eyles, P.Geo.,...

source: APGO

Researchers at the University of Calgary are making a splash in the world of geoscience — and what they've discovered could change what we thought we knew about geysers. Geysers are vents in Earth's surface that periodically...

source: Metro News

Representatives of Great Lakes states and two Canadian provinces have given preliminary approval to a precedent-setting request by a Wisconsin city to draw water from Lake Michigan. The group, which includes Ontario and Quebec, agreed that the water diversion application...

source: MyKawartha.com

Residents who live on well water should be testing their water quality three times a year for bacteria and contamination, advises Ottawa Public Health. The testing is free and there are five pick-up and drop-off locations for samples throughout West Carleton. Last year,...

source: Ottawa Community News

Even in the world of rare stones, Foxfire is a freak. It was buried in a place where big gem-quality diamonds aren't supposed to exist. A Rio Tinto Group ore processor was configured to discard it. And what saved the diamond's 187.7 carats...

source: Hamilton Spectator


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