Tribe says ‘no’ to Nestle water

SAULT STE. MARIE, MI (MPRN)–   The Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians has declared a moratorium on bottled water from Nestle. The moratorium was announced Monday after the tribe’s board of directors unanimously approved the ban at all tribally owned and operated facilities. The board called on tribal members to uphold the moratorium. They…

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Congratulations to all Wellington Water Watchers!

The Wynne government has heard us and is responding. This is great news and we deserve to celebrate together!

We are encouraged by the recent announcement by the Ontario Ministry of Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) of its intent to overhaul the permit to take water process, particularly as it pertains to the packaged water sector.

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Wellington Water Watchers Calls on More Stringent Laws for Water Taking Permits

August 29, 2016

Guelph-Wellington – On the heels of unprecedented public and media attention to the ongoing issue of consumptive water taking in Wellington County, the Wellington Water Watchers in partnership with Saveourwater.ca are pleased to announce that we have submitted a detailed proposal for how Ontario’s Permit-To-Take-Water (PTTW) review process could be strengthened.