Robert Haller right, presented the award to the Liquiforce team (L-R) Alec Turnbull, Brandon Windsor, Kim Lewis, Bill Thorpe, Darcy Warren, Kim Lewis, centre. Katherine
Stormwater: City of Guelph
Emily Stahl Manager, Technical Services, City of Guelph, accepts for a rainwater harvesting system business wash project.
Water Resources: The Bloom Centre for Sustainability
Kevin Jones, at the Water’s Next Awards Gala reception.
Wastewater: Lystek International Inc.
The Lystek team.
Drinking Water: LuminUltra Technologies
Jeremy Duguay, Research & Development Manager for Luminultra.
Young Professional: Josie Ann Langelier & Stefanie Recollet
Stefanie Recollet, left, and Josie Ann Langelier from the Wahnapitae First Nation for their creation of the Water Keeper’s Journey.
Government: Zoe Kirk
Ted Molyneux, from Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada accept the award on Zoe’s behalf.
NGO: Katrina Hartwig
Caroline Dubois, Director of the Water Program at The Gordon Foundation accepting the award on behalf of Katrina Hartwig, Living Lakes Canada.
Academia: Edmund (Ted) Molyneux
Edmund (Ted) Molyneux, P.Eng, Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, partnership with the University of British Columbia & RES’EAU-WaterNET Strategic Network.
Business: Cameron Manners
Cameron Manners accepts the award for Aquam.
Some waterbody, somewhere, is part of who you are.
On Canada’s 150th year, we celebrate why freshwater is part of our identity, in addition to the business case for caring for this precious resource.
Water’s Next Award program
Water Canada magazine’s Water’s Next Award program is the only national awards program to honour leadership across the entire water sector—including public servants, non-governmental groups, researchers, municipalities,