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SPWA Conference & PWville Feb. 27th - March 1st, 2018 in Moose Jaw, SK

Come visit ATAP in booth #38 at PWville (tradeshow) in the Saskatchewan Public Works Association 59th Annual Conference in Moose Jaw at Mosaic Place! Andrew Stevenson and Joshua Buniak will be manning the booth to answer your queries. Joshua will also be delivering a technical session on ‘Development of Inspection and Maintenance Plans’ and Jared Suwala will be instructing our 0.6 CEU Workshop titled ‘Control Systems Troubleshooting Basics’. We look forward to seeing you there! For more information on the event, visit


SUMA Tradeshow Feb. 5th & 6th, 2018 in Regina

Visit the ATAP booth (#156) at the Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association's Trade Show February 5th and 6th in Regina at the Queensbury Convention Centre! We welcome back old friends and look forward to meeting new. Andrew Stevenson and Ken Turnbull will be there to answer all your questions.

See you there! For more information on the tradeshow, visit


ATAP 2018 Saskatchewan Spring Schedule of Courses and Workshops Now Available!

ATAP is offering Class 1 and 2 Water and Wastewater Certification Preparation Courses this fall for individuals planning to apply for Operator Certification. CEU-accredited water and wastewater workshops are also available for Operators seeking to improve their understanding and skills in their daily water and wastewater operations, and for renewal of their certification. Check out the full roster of courses and workshops, here.


SWWA Table Prize Winner

Congratulations to our Saskatchewan Water & Wastewater Association Trade Show (Saskatoon, November 1-2, 2017) Table Prize winner: Colin Carriere, City of North Battleford, who'll get a Starline® Bluetooth Speaker.



ATAP Manager Andrew Stevenson Elected President of CPWA

The Canadian Public Works Association (CPWA) Board of Directors has unanimously elected Andrew Stevenson to a two-year term as as President of CPWA. CPWA serves as “the voice of public works” in Canada and its primary area of activity is federal-level advocacy in support of public works and infrastructure.


As President, Andrew will represent CPWA and its members on national public works and infrastructure issues with the federal government in Ottawa and will work collaboratively with other stakeholder groups on issues of national concern. Stevenson has previously served as a leader of the APWA/CPWA Saskatchewan Chapter Board of Directors in various capacities since 2006, including serving as President since February 2015. He has represented the Saskatchewan Chapter on the CPWA Board of Directors since 2011.


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