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Tap water and bottled water. Photo: philografy/flickr
Krystalline Kraus | Two-thirds of all First Nation communities in Canada have been under at least one drinking water advisory at some time in the last decade, and it has not gotten much better in 2017.
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Brent Patterson | The Council of Canadians endorses the West Coast Environmental Law report calling for the changes to the Fisheries Act made under the Harper government to be immediately repealed.
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Rita Wong | Rita Wong is a woman of Canadian citizenship and Chinese descent. She attended the sixth annual Unist'ot'en Action Camp in northern B.C. Read about her experience here.
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Brent Patterson | The situation is serious in terms of access to clean drinking water for First Nations in Canada. Now the Harper government is looking at introducing privatization to First Nations water systems.
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Bradley Pierik  on Wealth, Water and The MarketPlace
Face2Face | Today we talk about water, social enterprise and rational optimism. Bradley tells us about his passion for clean water and why he believes that more equality is fundamentally a good thing.
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Brent Patterson | The Alberta government has announced a weak framework on water use by the tar sands and on tailings ponds.
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Jessica Prupas | The highlights from the blog section this week.
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David Suzuki | We're starting a conversation about Canada's future and the importance of caring for each other and all that keeps us alive and healthy: clean air, fresh water, nutritious food and diverse ecosystems.
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Haditha Dam. Credit: James McCauley/flickr
Brent Patterson | Drinking water is a human right. The deliberate targeting of sources of drinking water in any conflict is a denial of that fundamental human right and a violation of international humanitarian law.
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Aaron Paquette presents David Schindler with a painting he made in his honour.
Aaron Paquette | David Suzuki and David Schindler warn against the dangers of radiation and Fukushima to our water supply. Aaron Paquette sees their alarm as a call to action.
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Sarah Laskow | In Washington, the environment is under attack. The cost-cutting deal that the House passed yesterday stripped the Environmental Protection Agency of $1.6 billion.