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Ontario faces uneven investment in water infrastructure-
While much-needed money is being directed to aging drinking water infrastructure, stormwater and sewer systems have been neglected.10
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Even in Canada, where water prices are low, aging infrastructure and rising costs are a problem-
Water, while still overall affordable in Canada compared to other countries, is growing more expensive as the cost of neglecting infrastructure for decades comes due.
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Nuclear Question: Debate continues over long-term storage of nuclear waste in the Great Lakes-
The current storage situation isn’t a long-term one, but the question of where the waste should be hosted and what it means for the impacted community remains hotly debated.
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Adaptation vs. Mitigation: Canada’s national climate change adaptation strategy needs balance-
Canada’s national approach to climate change was updated in mid-August with a focus on Indigenous reconciliation, nature-based solutions like natural infrastructure, and the post-COVID creation of green jobs.
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Cross-border Concerns: Biden administration a new opportunity for Canadian cooperation over Great Lakes-
What could future stewardship in the Great Lakes look like for Canada and the new U.S. administration?
Low on the List: How did the Great Lakes fare and feature in Canada’s 2019 federal election?-
High water levels and plastic pollution were two Great Lakes issues brought up in the run up to the election.