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Emma Lui | The Ontario 2018 election is just one week away. We asked thousands of people across Ontario what issues matter most and what will inform how they vote on June 7. Here's what matters to you on water.
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Photo of Grand River at the Elora Gorge by the Grand River Conservation Authorit
Emma Lui | Add your voice and tell the Ontario government why you think protecting water for communities is important.
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Emma Lui | This blog gives an overview of some key water issues, parties' positions and includes questions to ask local candidates.
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Photo of Desert Mirage by Brocken Inaglory
Emma Lui | Budget 2015 actually allocates very little to water protection. The massive cuts to water departments and programs overall overshadow what little funding there actually is.
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David Suzuki | Microbeads illustrate the excesses of marketing and consumerism, but they're only part of the problem. Most plastics break down into microparticles, often ending up in oceans and other waters.
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Photo: Islands in the St Lawrence/flickr (modified)
Emma Lui | The Great Lakes Commission released its draft report on the transport of crude oil in the Great Lakes region, which provides an overview of the increase of crude oil transportation in the area.
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Emma Lui | Suncor is setting a precedent around the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River Basin with its new shipments of bitumen on the St. Lawrence River.
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David Suzuki | Ontario Power Generation wants to bury nuclear waste in a limestone repository next to Lake Huron. Many people and governments around the Great Lakes think that's a bad idea.
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Emma Lui | You may remember on World Water Day the Council of Canadians sent prime minister hopefuls Justin Trudeau and Thomas Mulcair letters asking them their positions on key water issues.
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Photo: Xopher Smith Via Flckr C.C. Attribution 2.0 Generic, Lake Superior
Emma Lui | Monday, April 14, 2014 is the deadline for comments on the Alberta Clipper pipeline to the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (MPUC).
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Emma Lui | The opposition to the expansion of the Alberta Clipper transporting tar sands oil from Hardisty, Alberta to Superior, Wisconsin continues to grow.
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Brent Patterson | Now, rather than every exploratory offshore well needing an environmental assessment, projects will only be required to undergo an assessment for the first exploratory well.