The first chapter of the Students and Young Professionals (SYP) was established in Waterloo.
Water Education for Teachers (Project WET) is sponsored nationally by the CWRA.
The Canadian Society for Hydrological Sciences (CSHS) was created as an affiliated society of CWRA.
The Canadian Committee on Irrigation and Drainage (CANCID) became a permanent committee of CWRA.
CWRA made its first scholarship awards to recognize outstanding Canadian Students, pursuing studies related to water.
Water News, the CWRA’s newsletter, was first published.
The WCRA became a national organization and the name was changed to the Canadian Water Resources Association.
The WCRA’s quarterly publication, Reclamation, published its first issue. Reclamation was published until 1976 when it was succeeded by the Canadian Water Resources Journal.
CWRA has its roots in the Western Canada Reclamation Association (WCRA), established in 1947. The WCRA was formed to promote the development, control, conservation, preservation and utilization [...]