Emerging from a world of suffering with hope

We can’t wallow in despair. We need to look at what we and others are doing right and emulate what works

Emerging from a world of suffering with hope
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We can’t wallow in despair. We need to look at what we and others are doing right and emulate what works

Time to get serious about water quality in First Nation communities

Solving this seemingly intractable problem should be quite simple, but simply increasing funding will only make the problems worse

Time to get serious about water quality in First Nation communities
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Solving this seemingly intractable problem should be quite simple, but simply increasing funding will only make the problems worse

Uplands Excavating landfill proposal puts water supply at risk

Campbell River City B.C. should point out that it already has two risky ventures in its watershed and another one would be pressing its luck

Uplands Excavating landfill proposal puts water supply at risk
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GRIGG: Campbell River City B.C. should point out that it already has two risky ventures in its watershed and another one would be pressing its luck

Saving water and repairing roads isn’t sexy . . .

. . . but the money saved can go toward sexy urban amenities

Saving water and repairing roads isn’t sexy . . .
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BONNER: . . . but the money saved can go toward sexy urban amenities

Should water be for sale?

There is a case to be made for water being a commodity, as long as it is sold at a price responsive to supply and demand

Should water be for sale?
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JUST ASKING: There is a case to be made for water being a commodity, as long as it is sold at a price responsive to supply and demand