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A New BC Water Commission

Enabling Water Use Monitoring under the new Water Sustainability Act The proposed new commission creates the necessary linkage between good water-use data and water management, a significant improvement to the current process of managing BC’s most precious resource – water.


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Water commission proposed

Vernon Morningstar – May 23, 2014 A new B.C. water commission to streamline water use reporting and connect water licence rental fees with water management needs is being proposed by the Okanagan Basin Water Board. Such a commission would be

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Okanagan Basin Water Board proposes new B.C. water commission

InfoTel – May 14, 2014 A new B.C. water commission to streamline water use reporting and connect water licence rental fees with water management needs is being proposed by the Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB). Such a commission would be

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Okanagan group pitches new B.C. Water Commission

CBC Daybreak – May 14, 2014 The Okanagan Basin Water Board has sent a proposal to the B.C. government to establish a new agency to track water use throughout the province. Listen here: http://www.cbc.ca/player/Radio/Local+Shows/British+Columbia/ID/2456697966/

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Okanagan Basin Water Board Proposes New B.C. Water Commission

Kelowna, B.C. – A new B.C. water commission to streamline water use reporting and connect water licence rental fees with water management needs is being proposed by the Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB). Such a commission would be self-funded and

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