Publication - The Canada-British Columbia National Water Supply Expansion Program : Ensuring long term access to good-quality water
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The Canada-British Columbia National Water Supply Expansion Program : Ensuring long term access to good-quality water
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The National Water Supply Expansion Program (NWSEP) is a four-year, $60-million Canada-wide initiative that will help improve the capacity of Canada's agricultural community to address water supply concerns. The NWSEP was introduced in 2002 and during the program's first year of operation, $10 million was used to help develop high-priority water supply projects in drought-affected areas. In addition, a one-year National Scoping Study was funded through the NWSEP to determine agricultural areas of Canada experiencing or anticipating water shortages.
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