Canada’s waterways are the lifeblood of the nation, providing invaluable ecosystem services and fuelling its economy. Learn who holds responsibility for the protection of Canada’s water, what issues are impacting the country’s fresh water resources and why Canadians must act now to balance the needs of nature with the needs of a nation.
Students will explore and map the locations of Canadian Watersheds. Students will examine the importance of our local watershed and evaluate their own personal impact on local watersheds.
A metallic element that comes from the Earth’s crust and is used to make steel. Canada is one of the world’s top producers of iron ore.
In-stream, or non-consumptive water uses are uses that, for the most part, do not consume water, as the water is not removed from its natural envi...