On-Demand Webinar

Data-Driven Watershed Management for Canada’s Fastest Growing Cities

Learn how Toronto and Region Conservation Authority leverages technology to maintain resilience for millions of citizens.

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Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) has safeguarded and enhanced the health of 11 watersheds in Ontario, Canada for over 60 years. The population living in the authority’s jurisdiction already tops 3.5-million and includes some of the country’s fastest growing cities, presenting increased pressure and new challenges to overcome in the years ahead.

Join Grant Wilkinson, the Project Manager for Flood Infrastructure & Hydrometrics at TRCA to discover how they use modern sensor technology paired with powerful analytical software to harness the value of their water data for proactive watershed management. Don’t miss learning the ins-and-outs of how their hydrometric monitoring program upholds their mission to protect, conserve, and restore natural resources while developing resilient communities in the region.

In this 30-minute free webinar, you will learn:

  • The primary goals and objectives for a regional conservation authority of this scale
  • How TRCA proactively protects citizens and ecosystems, from monitoring station setup and maintenance all the way to situational response
  • Their data collection, correction, grading, review, and approval process
  • Real-world lessons from some of the region’s most significant environmental events in recent years

Featured Guest

Grant Wilkinson, Toronto Region Conservation Authority
Grant Wilkinson, C.Tech.

Project Manager, Flood Infrastructure & Hydrometrics
Engineering Services | Development and Engineering Services
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA)

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