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Water Haller: Always use a pencil on your calendar!

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If there’s one skill we’ve built during this pandemic, it’s to be more flexible. Every time we schedule an event…it’s postponed…or cancelled...or made virtual. Even when you get on a virtual meeting, be prepared for it not to work out as planned.

So here’s the latest schedule I have:

NWWC 2020:
CWWA’s National Water & Wastewater Conference, the NWWC, is now a series of webinars – all on the theme of "Towards a Sustainable Utility”.  They will run Wednesdays through January and February culminating in a closing plenary to bring it all together.

  • Jan 13 Utility Governance for Sustainability
  • Jan 20 Wastewater and Stormwater Surveilance
  • Jan 27 Changing Water Use: Data to Action 
  • Feb 3  Energy Efficiency as a strategic driver
  • Feb 10  A look into the future of Biosolids regulations in Canada - February
  • Feb 17 Source Water Protection
  • Feb 24 Closing plenary

All the details and registration are here:

Window on Ottawa:
Well, we are still hoping for a live event in Ottawa, but a hybrid at least.  We are cohosting with Water Canada magazine and the Canada Water Summit again.  

  • Jun 9 Window on Ottawa
  • Jun 10-11 Canada Water Summit

Watch for details here:

NWWC 2021:
We’ve bumped this around a bit, but now we’re set for a real live event in Niagara Falls

  •  Nov 1-3

NWWC 2022:
We’re coming east to Halifax!

  • Nov 6-9


Well everything has been very fluid with these events! Here’s the latest plan which includes shifting our Toronto event from 2022 to 2024.

  • Sep 2022  Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Aug 2024  Toronto, Canada
  • Sep 2026  Glasgow, Scotland

Thank you all for your continued support through these crazy times. We strive to provide you with value and relevance as your national association, sharing critical information, advocating on your behalf and trying our best to facilitate some national dialogue.

Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and cheers to a better New Year!