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Twitter photo of protest against water privatization in Peru.
Brent Patterson | More than 2,000 people marched in Lima, Peru on February 29 in opposition to the government's plan to privatize public water services.
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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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Photo: Peoples Water Board Coalition
Brent Patterson | There have been ongoing concerns that the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department could be privatized. Brent Patterson surveys media reports to get some answers.
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Emma Lui | On March 19, communities across the country celebrated Bottled Water Free Day. It's a day to call for the protection of the human right to water by standing in support of public water.
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Daniel Cayley-Daoust | Water and wastewater services have long been considered an essential public service in Canada. Why then is the federal government allowing the private sector to operate private-public partnerships?
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Meagan Perry, Matthew Adams | Halloween is a time where we can, with good friends around, face some of our fears. In this episode we will hear some scary stuff. Don't worry though, we haven't forgotten the treat.
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Claudia Campero | Most frequently people think of water privatization as the private management of water systems. However water privatization comes in many more different forms.
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Simon Enoch | The City of Regina recently announced its intention to enter into a 30-year contract with a private corporation to upgrade its wastewater treatment facilities.
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Emma Lui | In today's Globe and Mail article, 'The hidden price of public-private partnerships,' Barrie McKenna highlights the risks of Public-private partnerships.
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Vancouver City Councillor Tim Stevenson. Photo by David P. Ball
David P. Ball | Top Tories fanned out across Canada today touting support for CETA, the “most ambitious trade deal in history.” The Left Coast Post asked Vancouver councillor Tim Stevenson what's the deal.
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Brent Patterson | What could be the implications of Rio+20 on our campaigns related to the commons, the human right to water and sanitation, the rights of nature and climate justice approaches to the climate crisis?