NTWWA 2018 Conference –
Adapting Today’s Infrastructure for Tomorrow
Join us in Yellowknife, NWT, at the Chateau Nova Hotel from November 12 to 16, 2018 for another great NTWWA conference, tradeshow and operators workshop!
Highlights of 2017 Conference – Nature’s Gift: Ours to Protect
Our 2017 Annual Conference, Trade Show, AGM and Operators Workshop was held in Iqaluit, Nunavut November 6 to 10, 2017. With 73 registered delegates and 24 operators attending the Operators Workshop, it was a great success and we look forward to the 2018 Conference and related events in Yellowknife, NWT in November, 2018. There were a number of great presentations from across the North and even one from Greenland, again this year! Here is the agenda: Final_2017_NTWWA_Conference_Agenda . To see the Presentations and Photos from the 2017 Conference, click here.
Highlights of 2016 Conference – Keeping with the Flow
The 2016 NTWWA conference held in November in Yellowknife was the place to be for everyone working in the field of northern water and waste management. There were over 100 delegates at the conference, including over 20 trade show exhibitors. The always well-attended operators workshop had over 45 participants and the evaluation forms submitted showed the hands-on demonstrations at the workshop were much appreciated. This annual opportunity for those working in the field of northern water and waste management continues to draw participants from far and wide. This year our delegates ranged from Greenland to Florida!
Highlights of 2016 Operators Workshop
The 2016 operators workshop was a great opportunity to participate in ‘hands on’ sessions with great practical information that is applicable in our northern communities.
The NTWWA Operators Workshop is an important opportunity for operators to see a variety of presentations on the operation of northern water, wastewater and solid waste systems. The workshop and consist of hands-on sessions of practical value for operators. Continuing Education Credits will be earned for attending the conference and the workshop and offer a good way of maintaining certification.
There were 12 communities competing for the Great Northern Drinking Water Contest trophy, the most there have ever been! Arviat, Behchoko, Cape Dorset, Fort Liard, Fort Simpson, Fort Smith, Gjoa Haven, Hay River, Inuvik, Norman Wells, Paulatuk and Tsiigehtchi all entered samples. The Municipality of Cape Dorset was the winner and took home the coveted trophy!
View the Conference Archive for agendas and themes of previous NTWWA conferences.