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Exciting events coming up to celebrate World Water Day!

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Water is essential to all life, so it’s great to have a chance to celebrate water and all it provides! World Water Day is March 22nd. Join us for these upcoming events in Harrison Mills (March 21) and Pitt Meadows …

The Hidden Costs of Bottled Water, a video by InsuranceQuotes.org

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Looking for a habit that’s easy to break? Ditch the bottled water!  Need a few more reasons to make the switch?  Watch the video The Hidden Costs of Bottled Water by InsuranceQuotes.org for some additional motivation.  

Watershed Watch Submission on BC’s Water Sustainability Act

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The provincial government released a legislative proposal paper on October 18th as part of the Water Sustainability Act engagement process. The document is open for feedback until November 15th. We encourage you to think about the most important aspects of …

Join us March 22 for a Celebration of Our Most Vital Resource – A Canada Water Week Event

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Watershed Watch joins with Canada Water Week and other ENGOs for a Celebration of Our Most Vital Resource on March 22, 2013 from 11 am to 6 pm at the Vancouver Public Library Central Branch (350 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, …

Vancouver Sun: Overuse of groundwater could impact food supply, study finds

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The Vancouver Sun article Overuse of groundwater could impact food supply, study finds reports, “The world’s increasing reliance on deep groundwater for agricultural, residential and industrial use is fuelling crop-damaging soil salinity and depleting the world’s supply of fresh water, …