Sadly, this is not such a funny joke. One might have thought the Saguenay flooding or the Calgary flooding or the Ottawa/St.Lawrence flooding might have been enough to trigger major action on climate change, or maybe the repeated Okanagan fires, but the world still seems to be reacting at a glacial speed – despite the rapid loss of glaciers. This past year, Canadians have endured heat domes, droughts and more horrifying fires before the incredible rains hit BC and then the East coast.
We all wish we could meet in person for the National Water and Wastewater Conference - however, the world wasn't quite ready for us, so we're hosting this years event as a webinar series from January 11 - February 3, 2022. There are some advantages to hosting virtually - hopefully members who can't normally travel to our events take advantage of this opportunity - maybe some of you will even join in from from beaches, ski hills or other fabulous locations.