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
BONNER: . . . but the money saved can go toward sexy urban amenities
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
SUZUKI: The Aboriginal community of Shoal Lake 40, which straddles Manitoba and Ontario, has been on a boil-water advisory for decades.
Fully half of the province’s gross domestic product is predicated on water availability.
Time to recognize the many success stories
Governments are failing to balance the needs of the river with the demands of a thirsty industry
The technology would return clean tailings pond water to the environment