The Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation (OFNTSC) and the Aboriginal Water and Wastewater Association of Ontario (AWWAO) will be hosting the 3rd First Nations Water Symposium at the Hilton Hotel & Suites in Niagara Falls, Ontario on March 9-10, 2010.
The two-day special event, co-sponsored by Health Canada and Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC), is in planning stages and is a source for strategies, new technology developments and dynamic discussion of the future of water and wastewater management for the First Nation communities.
The symposium will introduce new technological developments while encouraging discussions on the future of water & wastewater management for First Nation communities in areas such as;
- Techniques for Delivering Safe Drinking Water
- Draft protocol for Wastewater
- Water Quality in First Nations
- Capacity & Resource Development
- Boil Water Advisory & Removal
- Circuit Rider Training Program and much, much more…
The event will also provide a unique opportunity for First Nation political leaders along with administrators, public health managers, community health representatives, technical managers and plant operators, concerned with drinking water quality to meet, network and discuss current drinking water issues.
Special invitations have been sent to have enthusiastic speakers to present on the latest issues and technologies related to drinking water quality and water & wastewater issues.
- Chiefs and Councillors
- Band Administrators
- Directors of Health
- Community Health Representatives
- Directors of Public Works
- Technical Directors
- Water Plant operators
- 3rd Party Managers