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Wilfrid Laurier University Office of Research Services
November 26, 2014

Canadian Excellence


Rupert River, N Quebec.

Partnerships and Collaborations



The Institutedraws upon existing expertise within and outside WLU to buildcollaborations and partnerships that focus oninterdisciplinary approachesand novel research synergies.

Collaborations involve researchers in biological, chemical, and physical sciences and encompass the scientific, social, legal, economic and organizational dimensions of the natural environment focused on the common theme of water, ecosystem and human health. Partnerships includewithin WLU and acrossother universities as well as governmental and non-governmental institutions.

Partnerships and collaborations with LIWS science include:

Cold Regions Research Centre, National Water Research Institute Geological Survey of Canada, Water Survey Canada, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Natural Resources Canada, Environment Canada, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, Metals in the Human Environment Strategic Network, Grand River Conservation Authority, Canadian Rivers Institute, U. of Waterloo, McMaster U., U of New Brunswick, U. of Guelph, Laurentian U. Ryerson U, UOIT, Trent, Queens U., Kings College London, Territorial governments, Canadian Water Network, Waterloo Centre for Atmospheric Science, Water Initiative (UW), Viessmann European Research Centre.