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Erin Water Rockers Rock!

Kudos to the Erin Water Rockers! Let’s Give Them Our Support. Calling themselves the Water Rockers, grade 6 students at Erin Public School have been working tirelessly to protect their local water supply, to reduce plastic waste, and to promote public tap water in their town. Last year the Water Rockers convince 100% of downtown…

Rally to Oppose Bill C-51: Saturday March 14, 2015

On March 14, people will gather together in communities across Canada to speak out against the reckless “secret police” Bill C-51 that is currently being rushed through parliament. We believe that this bill, among other things, could threaten the freedoms we have as Canadians to participate in democratic social action to protect source water. Experts…

Wellington Water Watchers is a Project Partner for Water Wins Study

LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics partners with Wellington Water Watchers to protect access to drinking water with $17,400 grant

February 22, 2015, GUELPH, ON  – Wellington Water Watchers (WWW) and LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics (LUSH) have agreed to a one year partnership to fund local water education and engagement projects designed to protect drinking water in Wellington County. LUSH donated $17,400 to support initiatives in accordance with WWW’s campaign, Keeping the Water in Our…

A Message from WWW Chair

The Wellington Water Watchers has been working hard for over 7 years now successfully raising awareness about numerous issues as they relate to source water protection and the irreplaceable value that water provides all living organisms. Most know us for our strong and principled stance on packaged water as we feel that all levels of…

WWW Welcomes Two New Board Members

WWW is very excited to welcome two new board members to our Board of Directors. Karen Rathwell brings enthusiasm and her love of water to her role, as well as her experience from a 22-year career in public education. Leigh Fishleigh is a lawyer in practice and he lives with his family on the banks…