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Local action on the protection of water is catapulting right across Canada.
One woman, Brenda Leigh, is the sweat behind a RESOLUTION re the taking of groundwater for export. In one word: CEASE!
Brenda does not need a “go-fund-me”. She needs us to exercise our ingenuity: what can we do in support? Most important is to spread the word.
If the people who are driven to make money by exporting water are stopped in this location, rest assured they will simply move to a location where people are poorly-informed.
Three postings; there’s more in each one than the title indicates. If you have time for only one, make it the first one:
2. The arguments related to our economic system are important.
2019-01-24 Export of Water, for profit. “You cannot give up something that gives you income”. In a system that measures success by expansion – – every year “more”, always “growth” in sales. When the product is water??
Includes a bit of history we’d all benefit from.
3. Links to the Federal Government info on the Agri-Food Canada Program to expand export of water. China is targeted, large growth potential.
2018-12-15 Submission, International Trade, re Export of Water. (Sent to you on Dec. 15)
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RECENT POSTINGS ON WATER. the above 3 and then this list to skim and select from:
2016-06-17 Water export, Vander Zalm, Four reports, 1 CanLii Comment: B.C. government guilty of misfeasance in long-running water dispute; B.C. businessman waged a two-decade legal battle against his province. A judge finally sided with him; Province appeals damning water export case; Premier Bill Vander Zalm and the Water War Crimes
1991-03-22 Raining on Water Importer’s Parade: Drought: The latest series of storms may have doused chances that a Santa Barbara firm will get a large contract to import water from Fanny Bay, Vancouver Island, Canada.
The United States stands almost entirely alone among developed nations in adding industrial silicofluorides to its drinking water
2019-01-07 Plastic recycling to hit oil producers, from Petroleum Economist photo: mountains of plastic bottles, water bottles.