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Across Canada, people are taking a stand in support of public water and against the privatization of our water resources. It is time to unite and get rid of bottled water.

We would love for you to join the Coalition for Bottled Water Free Communities (made up of the Canadian Federation of Students, the Sierra Youth Coalition, the Council of Canadians, the Canadian Union of Public Employees and the Polaris Institute) in the countdown to Canada’s third Bottled Water Free Day! On March 15, 2012, campuses and communities across Canada will be mobilizing to take action to kick the bottle and back the tap! We want you to be a part of it!

We want to invite you to become a Friend of Bottled Water Free Day by committing to the following pledge: “I pledge not to drink bottled water where public water is available.

What does endorsing Bottled Water Free Day entail?

By endorsing the day you are committing to the pledge. As an organization you will be listed as a Friend on If your organization is interesting in becoming an endorser, please email [email protected]

How can we play an active role in Bottled Water Free Day?

–  Encourage your members, networks, friends and colleagues to sign the pledge at
–  Organize an event in the build-up to and on Bottled Water Free Day. Materials and ideas are available at the website.
–  Contact your city councillors, school board trustees and university/college presidents and ask them to make the Bottled Water Free Day Pledge.

Where can we find more information?

Information and materials on the campaign are available at

Help us better serve you — Take the survey

The Coalition for Bottled Water Free Communities is conducting a survey to gauge the status, needs and interests of local campus organizers.

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Emma Lui

Emma Lui is an activist, writer and researcher. She is a contributing editor with and a member of Cooperative Biblioterre. Emma is also the holistic health director for the Canadian Women...