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Where do Canadians draw the line? Save Our Water is drawing the line at groundwater being extracted cheaply and sold expensively. We are drawing the line at a finite natural resource being pulled from under our feet by the world’s largest food company. We are drawing the line for our kids and their kids. Because what Nestlé does might be legal, but it’s not right.

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WATER IS A HUMAN RIGHT, NOT A COMMODITY.
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Nestlé Waters is systematically buying water wells across the world to commercialize groundwater. Here in the township of Centre Wellington, they are planning to extract 1.6 million litres of groundwater every day from our local aquifer. Our communities rely on that water. It's time to say no.

The Facts

8 FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW

On Friday, October 9, Jeff Yurek (the Minister of Environment, Conservation and Parks) attended a (physically distanced) meeting in the CW Council chambers with Mayor Kelly Linton, CAO Andy Goldie, MPP Ted Arnott and his assistant, Judy Brownrigg, along with Jan Beveridge and Donna McCaw from Save Our Water.
 
The Minister reaffirmed the municipal veto for commercial water bottling permits to take water. This is very welcome news for our community given CW needs a number of new wells to support the potentially overwhelming population growth coming our way, and welcome news considering the best location for some of those new wells is west of Elora where Nestlé’s Middlebrook well would interfere with them.

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OCTOBER 9, 2020
Guess Who Came To Town?

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