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Register for the 2017 Window on Ottawa and Specialty Event.

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CWWA Keynote Speakers


The Window on Ottawa is a unique event – featuring presentations and panel discussions on federal and national policies from the federal departments and national organizations making policy decisions. The event will feature presentations and panel discussions on the most important federal initiatives and programs.This event is not only an opportunity to learn what's happening on the federal scene, but also a chance to influence it.

With increased federal commitment to water and wastewater infrastructure and environmental issues, this is a critical time for our sector, and attending will be a huge benefit to your organization.

Registration is now open. We offer several packages - the PANORAMA PACKAGE our best value includes the Window on Ottawa and the Specialty Workshop: Strategic Visioning of Urban Water Management on Sunday June 4. You can also register for the Window on Ottawa, Workshop or single day options.

Visit our website for more information.

2017 Utility Excellence Awards

Strategic Visioning of Urban Water Management

We are now accepting applications for our 2017 Utility Excellence Awards. These Awards highlight the remarkable work our members are accomplishing in their communities.

Water and wastewater utilities perform a vital service, protecting both human health and the environment, and these Awards offer peer recognition of these efforts.

We are offering awards in three areas: Community Outreach, Risk Taking – Implementation of Innovative Technologies and new for 2017 awards for the BEST VIDEO.

Complete details on how to enter are available from our website.
We're excited to be hosting a specialty workshop on Sunday, June 4. The focus of the workshop will be on developing a strategic vision for Urban Water Management in Canada for the next half century. The vision will address three major topics of national interest: Climate change, Risk Management and Asset Management. A key part of the agenda will be interactive working discussions with federal, municipal and international urban water experts to identify gaps, develop a strategy, and develop recommendations which will be presented during the subsequent Window on Ottawa.

More information is available from the CWWA website,



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