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Resources

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Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia

The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia is the licensing and regulatory body responsible for BC’s professional engineers and geoscientists. The association is charged with protecting public safety in BC by setting and maintaining high standards of professional practice and ethical conduct for its members and licensees.

Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta

The Association that regulates the practices of engineering and geoscience in Alberta. Licensed professionals must assure that legal, academic and experience requirements to practice have been met; and only those individuals licensed with APEGA can practice or use titles relating to these professions in Alberta.

Alberta Institute of Agrologists (AIA)

The Regulatory Body for the practice of agrology in Alberta. Qualified individuals who have degrees or diplomas in agricultural or environmental sciences, hold a valid "practice permit" with the profession, and offer professional services are responsible for ensuring that public interest is protected as it relates to the practice of agrology in the Province of Alberta.

Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS)

The Association that licenses engineers and geoscientists in Saskatchewan; and is responsible for regulating the practice of these professions in the public interest.

Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Manitoba (APEGM)

The Association that licenses engineers and geoscientists in Manitoba; and is responsible for regulating the practice of these professions in the province. 

International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH), Canadian Chapter

The scientific and educational organization which promotes the study and knowledge of hydrogeological science and its application. The IAH was established to promote cooperation, to advance the science of hydrogeology worldwide, and to facilitate the international exchange of information on groundwater.

ISNetworld (ISN)

ISNetworld is an internet-based global data management system that collects health, safety and procurement related data, verifies its accuracy and validity, and thus provides member corporations with safe, reliable contractors/suppliers.

ComplyWorks

ComplyWorks Ltd. is an internet-based global contractor and supplier data management system designed to allow employers and contractors to share and ensure safety compliance requirements are met more effectively.

National Ground Water Association

A non-profit corporation established to enhance the skills and credibility of all groundwater professionals, to develop and exchange industry knowledge, and to promote the groundwater industry and understanding of groundwater resources.

ENFORM

The safety association for Canada's upstream oil and gas industry. ENFORM currently acts as the Certifying Partner of the COR and SECOR programs for the Canadian Oil and Gas Industry.

WCB Partnerships in Injury Reduction (PIR) Program

The Workers' Compensation Board (WCB) of Alberta, in conjunction with Alberta Employment and Immigration and industry safety associations, has established PIR as a voluntary program to help promote and encourage workplace health and safety standards. Members who implement and maintain a health and safety management system that meets established provincial standards are awarded a Certificate of Recognition (COR); or Small Employer Certificate of Recognition (SECOR ) available to companies with 10 or less employees.

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Soil & Water Quality Guidelines

Health Canada

Water Quality Reports and Publications, including the "Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality" (2014) are published and updated regularly by Health Canada on behalf of the Federal-Provincial-Territorial Committee on Drinking Water (CDW).

Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment

The Council is comprised of the environmental ministers from the federal, provincial and territorial governments, and serves as the principal forum to develop national strategies, norms, and guidelines that each environment ministry across the country can use. Canadian Environmental Quality Guidelines and Publications for air, water, soil, sediment and tissue residue are published and updated regularly.

Alberta Health

The Council is comprised of the environmental ministers from the federal, provincial and territorial governments, and serves as the principal forum to develop national strategies, norms, and guidelines that each environment ministry across the country can use. Canadian Environmental Quality Guidelines and Publications for air, water, soil, sediment and tissue residue are published and updated regularly.

Canadian Bottled Water Association

CBWA is the trade association for the bottled water industry in Canada. Regulatory standards (Model Code, April 2010) and publications established by the CBWA are available online.

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British Columbia Resources

British Columbia Oil & Gas Commission

The BC Oil and Gas Commission (Commission) is an independent, single-window regulatory agency with responsibilities for overseeing oil and gas operations in British Columbia, including exploration, development, pipeline transportation and reclamation.

British Columbia Ministry of Environment. WELLS Database

Environmental awareness is a growing part of B.C. culture. The care and stewardship of our natural resources is a responsibility that we’re taking seriously. While we strive to be leaders in this regard.

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Alberta Resources

Water Wells that Last Generations

This publication by Alberta Agriculture & Rural Development provides information about groundwater, the design and construction of water wells, contamination and water well problems, and monitoring and maintenance requirements.

Alberta Water Well Information Database (AWWID)

Alberta Environment's groundwater information website, providing information about individual water well drilling reports, chemical analysis reports, springs, flowing shot holes, test holes and pump tests conducted on water wells throughout Alberta. In addition, baseline water well testing (BWWT) reports are now available.

Groundwater Observation Well Network (GOWN)

An Alberta Environment owned network of groundwater monitoring wells located in various aquifers throughout the province. Many of the wells are fitted with specialized electronic equipment to continually record groundwater levels, wells are pumped and sampled for water quality analysis, and historical groundwater information for active wells can now be accessed by the public.

Alberta Environment & Sustainable Resource Development (AESRD)

Website provides information on programs and services associated with environmental monitoring in Alberta; including provincial legislation and regulations relating to air, water, land and waste.

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Saskatchewan Resources

A Landowner's Guide to Water Well Management

This publication by Saskatchewan Watershed Authority provides information water well management, including well head integrity, shock chlorination and water quality analysis.

Geology and Groundwater Resource Mapping Program

The Saskatchewan Watershed Authority, in partnership with the Saskatchewan Research Council , has developed this internet-based groundwater mapping program for Saskatchewan. Completed using GIS framework, maps have now been updated and published on the internet so they are accessible to the general public.

Water Security Agency of Saskatchewan

Leads management of the province's water resources and ensures the quality and quantity of Saskatchewan's water supplies through legislation, policies, programs and education.

Saskatchewan Energy and Resources

Provincial legislation and publications related to mineral, oil and gas resources in Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Environment

Provincial Acts and associated Regulations pertaining to environmental programs and initiatives in Saskatchewan. Some permits related to environmental legislation are now available online.

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Manitoba Resources

Manitoba Water Quality Standards, Objectives, and Guidelines

These guidelines were established by Manitoba Water Stewardship in November 2011 to protect, maintain and rehabilitate water quality within the province of Manitoba.

Manitoba Water Council

The Council is the senior advisory board that reports to the Minister of Conservation and Water Stewardship; and advises the Minister on policies, programs, plans and legislation. The Council represents the regional diversity of Manitoba, and includes local government, agricultural, and environmental perspectives.

Manitoba Water Stewardship Division

The division of the Manitoba Provincial Government responsible for water licensing, regulation and policy. The website also provides reports, studies and publications related to water quality, drinking water, groundwater and water wells, hydrology, lake and river reports.