Waterdown resident set to address Halton Canadian Club

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

Waterdown resident Alex Bielak will be making a splash at the next Canadian Club of Halton Peel dinner meeting.

Dr. Bielak, who earned his Ph.D . from the University of Waterloo, will address a number of issues surrounding water quality, pollution and contamination, as well as the ownership and management of our water supply.

Over the course of his career, Dr. Bielak has held a number of posts with provincial and federal ministries, including serving as Executive Director (Canada) of the Atlantic Salmon Federation, Director of Fisheries Management for the Province of New Brunswick and Research Manager with both Fisheries and Oceans Canada and Environment Canada.

He was appointed in 2002 as the first Director of the Science Liaison Branch at Environment Canada's National Water Research Institute in Burlington.

Dr. Bielak currently is a member of the International Joint Commission's Council of Great Lakes Research Managers. His Canadian Club presentation, "Water Water Everywhere; Will There Be Enough to Drink?" is slated for Thursday, February 16 at the Oakville Conference Centre (QEW and Bronte Road). Cost to attend is $15 for students, $30 for Canadian Club members and $40 for guests and non-members.

For more information or to reserve a place for this event, call 905-845-2682 or email rjtpreston@cogeco.ca.

Waterdown resident set to address Halton Canadian Club

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

Waterdown resident Alex Bielak will be making a splash at the next Canadian Club of Halton Peel dinner meeting.

Dr. Bielak, who earned his Ph.D . from the University of Waterloo, will address a number of issues surrounding water quality, pollution and contamination, as well as the ownership and management of our water supply.

Over the course of his career, Dr. Bielak has held a number of posts with provincial and federal ministries, including serving as Executive Director (Canada) of the Atlantic Salmon Federation, Director of Fisheries Management for the Province of New Brunswick and Research Manager with both Fisheries and Oceans Canada and Environment Canada.

He was appointed in 2002 as the first Director of the Science Liaison Branch at Environment Canada's National Water Research Institute in Burlington.

Dr. Bielak currently is a member of the International Joint Commission's Council of Great Lakes Research Managers. His Canadian Club presentation, "Water Water Everywhere; Will There Be Enough to Drink?" is slated for Thursday, February 16 at the Oakville Conference Centre (QEW and Bronte Road). Cost to attend is $15 for students, $30 for Canadian Club members and $40 for guests and non-members.

For more information or to reserve a place for this event, call 905-845-2682 or email rjtpreston@cogeco.ca.

Waterdown resident set to address Halton Canadian Club

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

Waterdown resident Alex Bielak will be making a splash at the next Canadian Club of Halton Peel dinner meeting.

Dr. Bielak, who earned his Ph.D . from the University of Waterloo, will address a number of issues surrounding water quality, pollution and contamination, as well as the ownership and management of our water supply.

Over the course of his career, Dr. Bielak has held a number of posts with provincial and federal ministries, including serving as Executive Director (Canada) of the Atlantic Salmon Federation, Director of Fisheries Management for the Province of New Brunswick and Research Manager with both Fisheries and Oceans Canada and Environment Canada.

He was appointed in 2002 as the first Director of the Science Liaison Branch at Environment Canada's National Water Research Institute in Burlington.

Dr. Bielak currently is a member of the International Joint Commission's Council of Great Lakes Research Managers. His Canadian Club presentation, "Water Water Everywhere; Will There Be Enough to Drink?" is slated for Thursday, February 16 at the Oakville Conference Centre (QEW and Bronte Road). Cost to attend is $15 for students, $30 for Canadian Club members and $40 for guests and non-members.

For more information or to reserve a place for this event, call 905-845-2682 or email rjtpreston@cogeco.ca.