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November 3–4, 2017: BCOSSA 21st AGM, Conference and Tradeshow

Posted on August 28, 2017

Where: Kamloops B.C.

Organization: B.C. Onsite Sewage Association

November 4–10: Waterlution Innovation Lab São Paulo

Posted on August 23, 2017

Where: São Paulo, Brasil

Organization: Waterlution


November 5–8, 2017: National Water and Wastewater Conference

Posted on December 30, 2016

Where: St. John’s, N.L.

Organization: Canadian Water & Wastewater Association


November 6–8, 2017: QUEST 2017 — Smart Energy Communities on the Hill

Posted on March 24, 2017

Where: Ottawa, Ont.

Organization: Quality Urban Energy Systems of Tomorrow (QUEST)


November 6–7, 2017: 25th Annual CCPPP National Conference on Public Private Partnerships

Posted on August 24, 2017

Where: Toronto, Ont.

Organization: The Canadian Council for Public Private Partnerships (CCPPP)


November 8–9, 2017: Erosion and Sediment Control Association of British Columbia BC Conference

Posted on July 21, 2017

Where: Coquitlam, B.C.

Organization: Erosion and Sediment Control Association of British Columbia (ESCA BC)


November 8-10, 2017: 2nd HEC-RAS Training

Posted on October 19, 2017

Where: Toronto, Ont.

Organization: Canadian Water Resources Association (CWRA) – Ontario Branch


November 12–16, 2017: Water Quality Technology Conference

Posted on December 30, 2016

Where: Portland, Ore.

Organization: American Water Works Association


November 21–23, 2017: Latornell Symposium 2017, Succession the Nature of Change

Posted on August 25, 2017

Where: Nottawasaga Inn Resort & Conference Centre in Alliston, Ontario.


In this Canada’s 150th, we explore the succession of science, knowledge, policy and organisations and the nature of this change on the environment. Many of us identify with natural or ecological succession – the process by which a plant or animal community successively gives way to another, leading to a new state. But the same is true of our organisations, as we have matured in our purpose and knowledge, and have seen leadership transfer to successive generations. The ongoing growth of knowledge through research, monitoring, observation, analyses and education have informed our actions on the ground, the policies we have developed and our legislative responses to emerging challenges.

Through this year’s theme of Succession, we explore the topics of ecological, policy and organisational succession, and continuing contributions to knowledge. Let us explore where we have been, how that has informed who we are today, and where we are headed.


November 28, 2017: Blue Ecology - A workshop on interweaving First Nations cultural knowledge and Western science

Posted on June 27, 2017

Where: Richmond, BC

Organization: Partnership for Water Sustainability in British Columbia


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