2020 Inaugural Virtual Waterpower Summit – You Won’t Want to Miss Out!

It may be summertime, but the fall conference season is coming up fast! OWA is excited to be hosting its inaugural Waterpower Summit and Trade Show – Resetting and Re-Energizing  September 15th – 16th. This virtual event will augment the OWA’s Power of Water Canada (POWC) Technical Conference and Trade Show, scheduled for May, 2021 […]

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NOMA adds voice to growing chorus of community support for waterpower

For immediate release  Northwestern municipalities to proclaim waterpower day (June 16th, 2020 – Thunder Bay, Ontario) The Ontario Waterpower Association (OWA) is pleased to announce that the Northwestern Ontario Municipal Association (NOMA) has joined the growing number of communities proclaiming “Waterpower Day” in Ontario. Waterpower Day is being celebrated annually on June 20th, the birthdate […]

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OWA Launches Fall “Reset and Re-energize Virtual Summit”

OWA Waterpower Summit

Power of Water Canada Conference Shifted to Spring For immediate release June 1, 2020 – Peterborough – The Ontario Waterpower Association (OWA) is pleased to announce that it will host the “Reset and Re-energize Virtual Summit” the mornings of Tuesday, September 15th and Wednesday September 16th.  The event will augment and complement the OWA’s successful […]

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A Century of Innovation — Waterpower the Enabler

Written by Paul Norris, in Partnership with MediaPlanet for Innovating Canada. Ontario is home to more than two hundred waterpower facilities spread across the province, three dozen of which have been providing reliable, affordable electricity for more than 100 years. It is often assumed, therefore, particularly through public policy efforts to spur innovation, that there […]

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Ontario Helping Build Healthier, Safer Communities Faster

Reducing delays and duplication through proposed changes to Class Environmental Assessments January 16, 2020 10:15 A.M. Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks NIAGARA — Ontario is taking the next steps to modernize its almost 50-year-old environmental assessment program by working with holders of Class Environmental Assessments (Class EA) to propose changes that would exempt projects that […]

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