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The Water Channel

Welcome to The Water Channel! This platform was created by Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) to connect water literacy practitioners and policy makers, and to promote water literacy tools, events, networking, collaboration and information sharing.

What's a practitioner? An individual or group involved in planning, directing and delivering information about water to an audience. This can include those who work in the formal education system, but also federal, Indigenous, provincial and municipal governments, non-profit organizations, industry, and policy makers.

Throughout this platform you will find information about water in Alberta, and opportunities to discuss water issues with other practitioners. We hope to extend the reach of current water literacy programs and resources, develop new products and programs to inform Albertans based on gaps identified, and create a community where practitioners can communicate with each other!

Being water literate means having an understanding of the significance of water in life, and understanding where water comes from and how to use it sustainably. AEP is currently measuring Albertan's water literacy levels through a water literacy survey. What can you tell us about your water? Tell us at:

We welcome all comments but ask that you please familiarize yourself with our comment policy:

Personal Information Collection and use Notification

Opinions and comments you provide on Water Channel website, hosted by Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) are being collected under the authority of Section 33 (c) of the Alberta Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act and managed in accordance with Part 2 of the FOIP Act. Comments and opinions you provide will be used by AEP for the purpose of connecting water literacy practitioners and policy makers, and to promote water literacy tools, events, networking, and collaboration. Participation on the Water Channel website is strictly voluntary, and your comments and opinions will not be disclosed for any other purpose than stated without your written consent or unless required by law to do so. AEP does not intend on anonymizing any of the comments provided on the Water Channel website. Any personal information, such as a name, home address and home phone number, or personal identifiers you would not consent to being posted publically should not be included in the comments you provide on the Water Channel website. Should you wish to have your personal information removed, corrected or have concerns pertaining to the Water Channel website, please contact Janine Higgins, Community Engagement Lead, Tel: (780) 643-1780 or the AEP Information Centre at (780) 310-3773.

Welcome to The Water Channel! This platform was created by Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) to connect water literacy practitioners and policy makers, and to promote water literacy tools, events, networking, collaboration and information sharing.

What's a practitioner? An individual or group involved in planning, directing and delivering information about water to an audience. This can include those who work in the formal education system, but also federal, Indigenous, provincial and municipal governments, non-profit organizations, industry, and policy makers.

Throughout this platform you will find information about water in Alberta, and opportunities to discuss water issues with other practitioners. We hope to extend the reach of current water literacy programs and resources, develop new products and programs to inform Albertans based on gaps identified, and create a community where practitioners can communicate with each other!

Being water literate means having an understanding of the significance of water in life, and understanding where water comes from and how to use it sustainably. AEP is currently measuring Albertan's water literacy levels through a water literacy survey. What can you tell us about your water? Tell us at:

We welcome all comments but ask that you please familiarize yourself with our comment policy:

Personal Information Collection and use Notification

Opinions and comments you provide on Water Channel website, hosted by Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) are being collected under the authority of Section 33 (c) of the Alberta Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act and managed in accordance with Part 2 of the FOIP Act. Comments and opinions you provide will be used by AEP for the purpose of connecting water literacy practitioners and policy makers, and to promote water literacy tools, events, networking, and collaboration. Participation on the Water Channel website is strictly voluntary, and your comments and opinions will not be disclosed for any other purpose than stated without your written consent or unless required by law to do so. AEP does not intend on anonymizing any of the comments provided on the Water Channel website. Any personal information, such as a name, home address and home phone number, or personal identifiers you would not consent to being posted publically should not be included in the comments you provide on the Water Channel website. Should you wish to have your personal information removed, corrected or have concerns pertaining to the Water Channel website, please contact Janine Higgins, Community Engagement Lead, Tel: (780) 643-1780 or the AEP Information Centre at (780) 310-3773.