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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Hydrotechinical Engineer
Prince George, BC
Posted Sept. 14, 2016

McElhanney Consulting Services Ltd. seeks an Intermediate Hydrotechnical Engineer to join our busy team in Prince George, BC. Typical projects within the scope of this position would include River and Bridge/Culvert Hydraulics, Erosion Protection Design, Floodplain Analysis & Management, Stormwater Infrastructure Design, Climate Change Assessments, Emergency Response.
See the full posting for details and contact instructions.

 

CWRA Webmaster
Posted: Sept. 13, 2016

The Webmaster is responsible for ensuring content / processes are managed and implemented. Reporting to the Executive Director, in cooperation with the CWRA Website Committee, the webmaster performs regular website content reviews, solicits and coordinates with website developers, manages branding, and responds to website and membership access inquiries. The successful candidate will possess good communication and organization skills with attention to detail. Technical programming skills that include Joomla content management system are a must. Bilingual is preferred.
For full job description and position requirements please see complete listing.  
The posting will remain open until filled. 

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Toward a Canadian National Water Strategy
2008 Final Report - Rob de Loe

Significant threats to water resources exist across Canada. Climate change is an emerging challenge in all parts of the country, but numerous long term problems also exist, with serious implications for Canada’s environment, economy and society. The process outlined in this report begins with the formation of a leadership team, comprised of people who can speak to the needs, concerns and interests of the various stakeholder groups identified by or in the report.

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UPDATE 08.29.2016
National Flood Guidelines Draft Document

Natural Resources Canada is aiming to have the next version out for CWRA review in late 2016. The 100-year flood design will remain policy. It will be, as has been the case, up to the discretion of the provinces and territories to design for larger events. A climate change directive policy element is being considered and will be guided by a board of experts.

The final product will be a series of 8 handbooks:
Canadian Flood Plain Mapping Framework  (Fall 2016)
Bibliography of Best Practices Related to Flood Mitigation  (Fall 2016)
Hydrologic and Hydraulics Procedures for Flood Plain Delineation  (Fall 2016)
Flood Plain Maps: Guidelines and Specifications (Fall 2016)
LiDAR Data Acquisition for Flood Mapping (Spring 2017)
Flood Risk Assessment  (Spring 2018)
Climate Change Impacts on Flood Modelling  (to be confirmed)
Canadian Risk-Based Land Use Planning Guide  (to be confirmed)

Thank you to all those who contributed feedback to the previous version. Those comments have been forwarded to NRCan and were gratefully accepted. Stay tuned for more updates and to find out how you can contribute.
National Principles, Best Practices and Guidelines - Flood Mapping Draft Document
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Join CWRA, along with the most exciting leaders in the water and wastewater industry this October, at World Water-Tech North America, part of the newly launched Ontario Water Innovation Week.

Supported by CWRA, the theme for this year’s summit is “Accelerating Innovation in Energy Optimized and Climate Resilient Infrastructure”, and is a unique opportunity to hear from 60+ utility leaders, investors, and innovators on the latest approaches to energy optimization, resource recovery and re-use.

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Alongside the speaking program, you can take advantage of the water industry’s best networking tool to pre-set meetings with your most important contacts, including international delegations looking to meet US and Canadian partners.

Register Today to Save Up to $300
 
If you’d like more information on how to get involved, please 
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. It’s going to be a great event and we look forward to seeing you there.

Rick Ross, CWRA Executive Director

 


 

CWRA World Water Day Event Links

Canada's Most Precious Resource? Water Not Oil - An OpEd from Dave Murray, President, CWRA

See the latest CWRA media release for World Water Day 2016

See the CWRA media release for World Water Day 2016

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A message from Dave Murray, P.Eng., CWRA National President...



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Putting Prediction in Ungauged Basins into Practice 

J.W. Pomeroy, C. Spence and P.H. Whitfield

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