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The 2014 Canadian Water Summit is returning to Toronto on June 18th to put the spotlight on urban water issues. The event will connect water professionals with paths that lead to solving the Canadian urban water puzzle.
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Across Canada and across the world, organizations have realized that tackling our most pressing urban water challenges can drive multiple benefits, both environmental and economic.


Announcing keynote luncheon speaker Edward Burtynsky, one of Canada's most respected photographers. Come to the Canadian Water Summit to hear and see this iconic Canadian’s perspective on water.
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News About the Summit

April 16, 2014

Early Bird registration rates have been extended until April 30th. Take advantage of the lower rates and register today.

April 11, 2014

Turn your visit to the Canadian Water Summit into a whole week of water events. Check out the related events connected to the 2014 Canadian Water Summit. Exciting events include Ryerson Urban Water Day on June 17th, the WetSkills Water Challenge for students, and a certificate workshop in water auditing offered by the University of Toronto on June 19th and 20th. You can also take advantage of registration discounts if you attend the Canadian Water Summit and either the Groundswell Conference or the CWRA 2014 Congress. Click HERE for all of the details.

April 3, 2014

Announcing a new panel at the 2014 Canadian Water Summit, Financing Urban Water. Phenomenal response to conservation programming has left some cities clambering for revenue. At the same time, infrastructure funding is growing hard to come by. How are cities paying for water infrastructure? What are the emerging models? Rob Andrews (President, OCWA), Brian Mergelas, (CEO, WaterTAP), Bruce Lounsbury (CEO, Newterra), and Cynthia Robertson (Principal, Parkridge Consulting) will share their insights. Find out more.

March 5, 2014

What people have said about past Canadian Water Summits:

“It was a great mix of people with different perspectives which brought about real, tough questions and helped us all see a different view or angle.”

“Representation from industry was phenomenal.”

“The overall discussion was thought- provoking and the speakers were very passionate and frank with their opinions.”

“It was interesting to learn about all the desires for making policy regarding water in Canada. It was good to see the business sector involved with these discussions. Other events sometimes ignore those who would be funding such studies.”

February 6, 2014

The CWS Advisory Committee is excited to announce that a draft program outline is now available online.


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