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Jessica Neal

Five Tips from a Successful Young Professional

November 23, 2016 - 12:25 pm

Aline Bennett is a water and wastewater assistant project engineer at Opus DaytonKnight in Vancouver, British Columbia. She completed her Bachelor of Engineering in biosource engineering at McGill University and her Master of Applied Science in civil engineering with a focus on pollution control...

The Great Waters Challenge #3

November 22, 2016 - 12:43 pm

Last week, I gave a presentation to a Grade 12 class about the Hamilton Harbour: Randle Reef Cleanup Project. For the third Great Waters Challenge (GWC), I had to organize an event, inform attendees about a local water issue, and do so in an engaging way. Challenge #3 was my favorite so far, because...

Attending a SYP Leadership Retreat

November 11, 2016 - 6:03 am

This week’s blog post is all about my exciting weekend with the Great Waters Challenge (GWC) Youth Advisory Board. I was honoured to be asked to join the GWC’s Youth Advisory Board (YAB) to report about their weekend retreat, because I knew this would be a great opportunity to connect with other...

Interview with Bluefin Director, John Hopkins

November 1, 2016 - 8:50 am

If you’re looking for some new film material, I would recommend, Bluefin, directed by John Hopkins. Bluefin takes an inside look at the Atlantic tuna fishing industry in North Lake, P.E.I. North Lakes is the “tuna fishing capital of the world,” but how long will that last? The film presents...

Tags: fisheries

Great Water Challenge: Exploring Your Watershed

October 31, 2016 - 6:42 am

This month, I entered into the Waterlution Great Water Challenge (GWC)—an online, interactive, nation-wide program, for SYP’s under the age of 30 that aims to get participants out into their local communities to learn about the local water supply problems. For my second task as part of the GWC...

Tags: watershed

Jess Enters the Great Water Challenge with Waterlution

October 28, 2016 - 3:15 pm

This month, I entered into the Waterlution Great Water Challenge—an online, interactive, nation-wide program, for SYP’s under the age of 30 that aims to get participants out into their local communities to learn about the local water supply problems. About the Great Water Challenge The Great...

Tags: SYP, Waterlution, YP

The Water Brothers: Model SYPs

October 22, 2016 - 10:00 am

Alex and Tyler Mifflin are the co-hosts of their own eco-adventure TV series called Water Brothers, which is broadcast on the TVO network. Currently, they are hard at work editing their 4th season, which is expected to be aired in January 2017. As the name suggests, each Water Brothers episode focuses...

Tags: 2017, Great Water Challenge, Mifflin, SYP, Water Brothers, Waterlution

Profiling SYP Groups Across Canada

October 19, 2016 - 8:45 am

With everyone telling you to get involved with professional groups and attend every workshop under the sun, you try to read all the latest water sector news to keep up-to-date on newest information.  In your efforts to effectively network, you ask a water professional: “How did you get your job?”...

Tags: AWWA, Blog, bubble, Canadian Water Network, Canadian Water Resource Association, CWN, CWRA, Jess Neal, Ontario Water Works Association, SYP, Water Environment Association, Waterlution, WEAO, Young Professional

Welcome to Our New Blog Bubble!

October 6, 2016 - 2:35 pm

My name is Jessica Neal. I am currently attending Dalhousie University, but decided to take a year off to delve into the world of water through personal exploration and through Water Canada’s new water blog, Bubble. L-R: Jack Neal (brother) and Jessica Neal Helvellynn, Lake District England                       I...

Tags: bubble, England, jessica neal, networking, professional development, SYP, water blog

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