Lana Lowe is a Finalist for Water’s Next Award
February 8, 2018
Lana Lowe has been selected as one of the finalists for Water’s Next Award under the government category. Lana’s work as the Director of the Lands Department of Fort Nelson First Nation makes her a great recipient for this award. Lana is a hard-working, enthusiastic, influencer with a great sense of humour. She is a real pleasure to work with!
Winners for the award will be announced on June 22nd at the Sheraton in Toronto, following the Canadian Water Summit.
Water Canada magazine’s Water’s Next Award program is the only national awards program to honour leadership across the entire water sector — including public servants, non-governmental groups, researchers, municipalities, and technology providers. Since 2010, Water Canada has hosted the awards to help strengthen and celebrate the thriving national community by showcasing Canada’s water leaders, champions, and innovators.
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