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RUW is a diverse group of researchers providing cost-effective solutions to support a healthy urban water cycle while promoting innovation in water education.
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Sheila Boudreau Jan 15
Looking forward to being on a panel to discuss THIS. Have 2 say, when I read the title of the talk - my first thought was “Damn Straight”.
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Imogen Coe ❄️ Jan 17
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Nick Reid Jan 18
This was so informative and engaging!
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Ryerson Urban Water Jan 18
The North American Congress for Conservation Biology will be held in Toronto July 21-26! This years theme is "Conservation Science, Policy, & Practice: Connecting the Urban to the Wild". New abstract deadline is Jan 26th! info:
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Ryerson Urban Water Jan 17
Last call for Abstract submissions for the International Association of Great Lakes Research's annual conference . Conference held June 18-22 at U of Toronto Scarborough . Deadline for oral and poster presentations is Fri. Jan 19! Info:
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Ryerson Urban Water Jan 16
The Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative ( ) annual conference will be held in Ajax this June 13th – 15th. Learn about advancing the protection and restoration of the and St. Lawrence. Info at:
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Sheila Boudreau Jan 6
Funding needed 4 new summer job internship program: ‘Indigenous Youth at Bolton Camp’! - Pls RT - contact me if interested in supporting a student or site projects
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GLSL Cities Jan 4
24 Members of Congress encourage the Government of Canada to protect the Great Lakes & St. Lawrence in letter to
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Mike Hudema Jan 6
"Someone needs to explain to me why wanting clean drinking water makes you an activist, and why proposing to destroy water with chemical warfare doesn't make a corporation a terrorist." ~Winona LaDuke
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TRCA News Jan 8
Vintage photos of Toronto in the winter offer a reminder that snow, ice, and cold temperatures have always been a crucial part of the experience of living in this city.
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Mike Hudema Jan 12
The crisis has culprits. We know who they are—and exactly how much damage they've done. “We should be naming hurricanes after Exxon and Chevron, not Harvey and Irma.”
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FNST Jan 12
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FNST Jan 11
The Thanksgiving Address before snack and bedtime. We had a day of outdoor education, Indigenous arts, team building, friendship and fun.
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FNST Jan 10
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Toronto Forestry Jan 12
Temperatures are expected to drop today. Conditions may get icy and slippery. Pls clear your walkways, but keep in mind that de-icing salt can harm trees. For more info on salt injury:
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Nick Reid Jan 13
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Ann-Marie Nasr Jan 13
Transit has to be king in the 21st-century city. Toronto’s downtown population will double by 2041 and is targeting the addition of over 300,000 new employees. City’s need to grow and change and with that change transit needs to be prioritized.
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TRCA Parks Jan 12
: Did you know the average Canadian tree absorbs 200 kilograms of carbon dioxide over its 80 year lifespan!
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Lisa Prime Jan 12
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Water Canada Jan 11
Mayor said, "We are investing 100's of millions of $ doing watermain replacement work that wasn't done in previous years. People ask me why we are spending so much in the capital...the bottom line is that in some cases these projects have been deferred for decades."
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