Water licences are required to divert and use and/or store water from both surface and groundwater sources in British Columbia (B.C.) for many different purposes. This factsheet focuses specifically on agricultural water use purposes and the associated licensing requirements.
Approved Changes to the Drinking Water Conservation Plan (DWCP)
Jan 10, 2022
The DWCP is a regional plan that promotes water conservation and manages how residents, businesses, and member jurisdictions use drinking water during periods of high demand — mostly during late spring to early fall — as well as during water shortages and
Course Subsidy | Regional District of Nanaimo’s Drinking Water and Watershed Protection Program
Dec 02, 2021
We are excited to announce IIABC has partnered with the Regional District of Nanaimo’s Drinking Water and Watershed Protection Program to provide a subsidy for our CIT-1 & CIT-2 courses offered in 2022.
The Certification Board has therefore asked the Board of Directors to implement an annual certification fee. The Board of Directors has accepted this request and the new fee will be implemented for 2018.