Six Nations and Wellington Water Watchers join forces at Nestle protest

Six Nations youth organize Saturday event that attracts around 200 ABERFOYLE – Youth from Six Nations and members of the Wellington Water Watchers joined forces for a common cause Saturday. Roughly 200 people protested outside the Nestle Waters water bottling plant and head office in Aberfoyle. Protesters gathered at the nearby Puslinch Community Centre then…

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Proposed Extension on Current Moratorium on Permits to Take Groundwater to Produce Bottled Water

Take Action and Support the Proposal to EXTEND moratorium on new permits to take water for bottling until Jan. 2020 The Ministry of Environment Conservation and Parks is proposing an extension to the current moratorium on new or increasing permits to take groundwater to produce bottled water. This would extend the moratorium for up to…

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While Nestlé extracts millions of litres from their land, residents have no drinking water

Just 90 minutes from Toronto, residents of a First Nations community try to improve the water situation as the beverage company extracts from their land The mysterious rash on the arm of six-year-old Theron wouldn’t heal. For almost a year, his mother, Iokarenhtha Thomas, who lives in the Six Nations of the Grand River indigenous…

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