The Walkerton Clean Water Centre (WCWC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Scott Carter to the board of directors.
Mr. Carter is the Director of Transit Operations for MVT Canada (Barrie Transit) which is a privately held bus and train system serving municipalities throughout North America.
Previously, he was a Senior Engineering Technologist for numerous entities, including the Ontario...Read More
The Walkerton Clean Water Centre (WCWC) is pleased to announce a new Facebook page dedicated to operators of First Nations drinking water systems. The new resource will help improve the accessibility of information and will provide details on the two courses delivered in partnership with Keewaytinook Okimakanak and the Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation, Entry-Level Course...Read More
The Walkerton Clean Water Centre (WCWC) hosted a successful regional Maintenancefest event in Thunder Bay on October 16, 2019 in conjunction with the Northwestern Ontario Water and Wastewater Conference.
Participants work on a module at regional MaintenancefestDes participants travaillent sur un module lors du Maintenancefest régional
Maintenancefest is a unique hands-on event that allowed 26...Read More
The Walkerton Clean Water Centre (WCWC) is proud to welcome grade nine students to learn more about careers on November 6, 2019 for the national Take Our Kids to Work Day.
Visiting students will have the chance to spend the day job shadowing a parent, friend, relative or volunteer host to explore career opportunities available to them.
Developed by The Learning Partnership in 1994, Take Our...Read More
As of September 2019, there were 56 long-term drinking water advisories (LTDWA) for public systems on First Nations reserves across Canada. These are either Boil Water advisories or Do Not Consume advisories that have been in effect for more than a year. Of these 56 LTDWA, more than half have been in effect for over a decade and while this is a cross-Canada issue, there is a greater number in...Read More