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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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Emma Lui | The Trudeau government confirmed that it would pay $4.5 billion to buy the Kinder Morgan pipeline. Yet the water in First Nations is underfunded and the number of advisories increased this month.
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attends WWF-Canada’s Healthy Waters Summit reception at the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa. Photo: Adam Scotti/PMO
Emma Lui | Trudeau's progress on drinking water advisories is misleading and the government's approval of the Kinder Morgan pipeline -- without Indigenous consent -- is further putting drinking water at risk.
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Running water. Image: Eli.berckovitz/Wikimedia Commons
David Suzuki | A David Suzuki Foundation report finds the government failing on eight of 14 indicators developed to assess its progress on ending all long-term drinking advisories in First Nations communities.
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Emma Lui | With the Trudeau government's mediocre budget tabled on World Water Day, activists who work to protect water year-round are proof that the change we seek will come from communities and the ground up.
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David Macdonald | Lockup over, what does the Liberal government's first budget tell us about its priorities, and how does it stack up to the 2016 Alternative Federal Budget?
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Brent Patterson | The Liberals need to make good on their promises to restore water regulation and to ensure that Canada has the highest standards for water protection.
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Shoal Lake 40 First Nation policy analyst Cuyler Cotton and Maude Barlow cross t
Brent Patterson | The Trudeau government has committed to cost-sharing a $30-million all-weather road for the Shoal Lake 40 First Nation.
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Council of Canadians chairperson Maude Barlow visited Shoal Lake 40 First Nation
Brent Patterson | While Justin Trudeau made no specific budget pledge for First Nations water and wastewater in the Liberal platform, his five-year deadline is clear and undeniable.
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Emma Lui | There is a reason that exporting water should continue to be a political no-go zone: we don't have water in such an abundance that we can divert or ship it to the U.S.