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CentrEau Hebd'Eau | Drinking water in northern villages in Nunavik

45th webinar of the Hebd'Eau series entitled "Drinking water in northern villages in Nunavik".

In collaboration with the Centre for Indigenous Community Infrastructure and the Center for northern studies 

Speakers: Stéphanie Guilherme, professor at the University of Ottawa, collaborating member of CentrEau, and Cristian Ruben Garcia Sanchez, master student at Université Laval

Language : French, with an English slideshow

Summary: Let's travel together for a few minutes to Nunavik to discover its beautiful northern landscapes but also its unique water supply system. This conference will introduce you to a multidisciplinary and collaborative research program that aims to develop water management, monitoring and treatment strategies that meet the needs, practices and expectations of Nunavik population.

See the slideshow » (PDF, 1899 Ko)

New series of weekly CentrEau webinars "all about water management". These short 20-minute presentations will be offered live every Thursday at 1 p.m. followed by a short discussion period. CentrEau professors and researchers, as well as guest speakers, will present their research work and its importance in a semi-popularized manner. Watch the previous webinars on our YouTube Channel.

Next Hebd'Eau webinars

January 20, 2022"Water from a Traditional IndigenousPerspective" [in English]Verna McGregor, Elder of the Algonquin community of Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg
February 3, 2022"Decentralizing Urban Water Management in Quebec: The Environmental and Economic Case for Hybrid Wastewater Treatment Systems" [in French]Prof. Dominique Claveau-Mallet and Prof. Françoise Bichai, Polytechnique Montréal
February 17, 2022to be confirmed 
March 3, 2022"Grassy Narrows: when a community's lakes and rivers are polluted for decades" [in French] co-organized with EcotoQDonna Mergler, professor emeritus, UQÀM