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Canadian Water Summit kicks off June 1 in Niagara Falls

Canadian Water Summit kicks off June 1 in Niagara Falls

NIAGARA FALLS, ONT. — Building on its goal to bolster Canada’s “Blue Economy,” Water Canada is hosting the 13th annual Canadian Water Summit (CWS) from June 1 to 3 in Niagara Falls, Ont.

The summit, which will take place at the Fallsview Casino and Resort, is in partnership with the Environmental Services Association of Alberta’s (ESAA) Remediation Technologies (RemTech) Symposium East.

It is meant to facilitate co-operation, collaboration and knowledge-sharing among the diverse groups that make up the Canadian water landscape.

A range of topics will be covered including drinking water, wastewater and stormwater. During each of the sessions, there will be discussions about policies, projects and innovations in the Canadian water industry and beyond.

Nik Nanos of Nanos Research will be the opening keynote on June 1. His presentation is billed Inside the Minds of Canadians.

ESAA will also be hosting RemTech East in Niagara Falls. It will be held in Ontario every second year beginning this year.

The event will follow the same format as the current event held in Banff but on a smaller scale in terms of exhibitors, presenters and delegates, the website indicates. RemTech East will focus on remediation projects that are related to Eastern Canada, including brownfields, industrial sites, mining, government projects and more.

In an effort to address the challenge of attracting early career professionals to the water sector and the ongoing skills shortage, the team from Water Canada is also launching the Downstream event at this year’s CWS.

The inaugural networking event aims to bring current and future generations of water industry professionals together to cultivate an inclusive, diverse and thriving water sector.

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