Imagine a Canada where all waters are in good health.

The Our Living Waters Network is for groups who work towards freshwater health in Canada. We believe that it's all of our work - combined - that will enable us to achieve a future where all Canada’s waters are in good health. If you want to learn more about network activities, follow top news stories on Canada’s freshwater health, and be invited to get more involved, then support us by signing up for our monthly e-news today!

Our Progress
Learn more about how we are reaching our ambitious goal of all Canada’s waters in good health by 2030

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What is good water health?

Explore what good water health means and the results we’re aiming for.

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How are we doing?

See the indicators we’re using to measure water health.

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How do we get there?

Learn about winning conditions and impact measures that drive our activities.

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Our Stories
Growing the Economy and Building a Climate Resilient, Water Secure Future
Natural Infrastructure is an Integral Part of Green Recovery
Faces of the OLW Network: Lina Azeez, Watershed Watch Salmon Society
2019-2020 Annual Report
Faces of the OLW Network: Liz Hendriks, WWF Canada
Our Members
Our Living Waters Network members are united by an ambitious goal of all Canada’s waters in good health by 2030.

Are you part of an organization or entity that wants to join the Our Living Waters Network? Join our network.

  • AbbaTek
  • ACAP Saint John
  • Alberta Wilderness Association
  • Aqua Forum
  • Assembly of First Nations
  • Athabasca Watershed Council
  • Atlantic Water Network
  • Bighill Creek Preservation Society
  • Bird Studies Canada
  • Blue Lion Labs
  • Canadian Freshwater Alliance
  • Canadian Wildlife Federation
  • Carrot River Valley Watershed Association
  • Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society - Southern Alberta Chapter
  • Catalyst Internet
  • Centre d'écologie urbaine de Montréal
  • Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources
  • City of Coquitlam - Coquitlam River Watershed Roundtable
  • Conservation Council of New Brunswick
  • David Suzuki Foundation
  • Dragonfly Ventures
  • Ecology Action Centre
  • Environmental Defence
  • Environment Funders Canada
  • EOS Eco Energy
  • Evergreen Theatre
  • First Nations Fisheries Council of BC
  • Forum for Leadership on Water (FLOW)
  • Fraser Basin Council - Nechako Watershed Roundtable
  • Freshwater Future
  • GPI Atlantic
  • Green Communities Canada
  • Green Roofs for Healthy Cities
  • Grow Ontario Together
  • G3E - Groupe d'éducation et d'écosurveillance de l'eau
  • International Institute for Sustainable Development
  • Jijuktu'kwejk Watershed Alliance
  • Kairos Canada
  • Kennebecasis Watershed Restoration Committee (KWRC)
  • Lake Ontario Waterkeeper
  • Lake Windermere Ambassadors
  • Lake Winnipeg Foundation
  • Lintner Law
  • Living Lakes Canada
  • Lush Cosmetics
  • MakeWay
  • Mainstreams Environmental
  • Manitoba Eco-Network
  • Mountain Equipment Coop
  • Muskoka Watershed Council
  • Nova Scotia Nature Trust
  • Obabika Consultant Society
  • Okanagan Basin Water Board
  • One Cowichan
  • Ottawa Riverkeeper
  • Organisme du bassin versant de la Yamaska
  • Petitcodiac Watershed Alliance
  • POLIS Water Sustainability Project
  • Real Estate Foundation of BC
  • ROBVQ - Regroupement des organismes de bassins versants du Quebec
  • Re-imagining Atlantic Harbours
  • Resilient Waters
  • Rivers without Borders Canada
  • Rivershed Society of BC
  • Save Our Valley Alliance
  • Save the River / Upper St. Lawrence Riverkeeper
  • Sibylline océans
  • Sitka Foundation
  • Slave River Coalition
  • Souris and Area Branch of the PEI Wildlife Federation
  • South East Alberta Watershed Alliance Society
  • Swim Drink Fish
  • T Buck Suzuki Foundation
  • Tesera Systems Inc.
  • The Gordon Foundation
  • U-Links Centre for Community Based Research
  • Vancouver Aquarium
  • Water Rangers
  • Watershed Watch Salmon Society
  • Watersheds Canada
  • WWF-Canada
Imagine a Canada where all waters are in good health:
Imagine a Canada where all waters are in good health.
Imagine a Canada where all waters are in good health: