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Bob Dell

Bob Dell’s dedication to clean water is having a global impact. After a 30-year career as a water scientist at his own Dell Tech Laboratories, Bob Dell visited Uganda in 2004 with global charity Compassion Canada and saw firsthand the impact that waterborne illnesses were having on the nation. He realized the answer to this problem was potentially so simple that it had been hidden in plain sight for years. The biggest roadblock was a lack of education. Since then, he has dedicated himself to ensuring that children around the world are educated about [...]

Cathie Brown

For Cathie Brown, engagement means more than just having an opinion. For Cathie Brown, like most rural Ontarians, the Walkerton Tragedy still looms large. “We’ve really taken water for granted,” says Brown, the project manager of the Ausable Bayfield Maitland Valley Drinking Water Source Protection Region and a member of the Walkerton Clean Water Centre’s board of directors. “I think the events of Walkerton stopped us all in our tracks and caused us to really rethink what we had taken for granted.” Brown, who also lectures on rural health [...]

Peter Huck

Peter Huck’s team makes increasingly polluted water safer to drink. From an early age, Peter Huck knew water would be an important part of his life. “Living across the street from the Welland River certainly piqued my interest in water and the environment,” says the University of Waterloo (UW) professor. “At the time, Welland was one of the only municipalities of its size in Ontario that didn’t have a wastewater treatment plant.” As a young man, Huck preferred maintenance to lifeguarding and opted to backwash filters and change chlorine cylinders [...]

Karen Kun

Working for social change in Canada’s waterscape, Karen Kun is starting with young leaders. An oil sands executive, a First Nations community leader, a government policy advisor and a young person interested in sustainable environmental practices walk into a room. Sound like the beginning of a joke? Not if you’re Karen Kun. This group of unlikely conversation partners comprises the exact sort of people Kun is interested in bringing together for thoughtful dialogue on Canada’s water issues—in fact, she’s facilitated these and many other discussions [...]

Tim Morris

The Gordon Foundation’s Tim Morris brings a fresh energy to politics and policy. Sometimes, it pays to listen to your professors. That’s certainly been the case for Tim Morris, the manager of the Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation’s Fresh Water Resources Protection Program. After all, it was a professor’s suggestion that he read Marq de Villiers’ Water: The Fate of Our Most Precious Resource that set him on the path that he’s on today. At the time, Morris was working towards a Master of Laws degree at the University of British Columbia. He [...]
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