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Critics condemn B.C.’s new ‘watered-down water act’


March 12, 2014
By Justine Hunter The Globe and Mail

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March 12, 2014 – A new law to protect and manage fresh water in B.C., four years in
the making, still leaves the thorny question of pricing for a future
date. The Water Sustainability Act, introduced Tuesday by environment minister Mary Polak, promises to regulate groundwater, to
manage water use during droughts, and to measure large-scale water use.

March 12, 2014 – A new law to protect and manage fresh water in B.C., four years in
the making, still leaves the thorny question of pricing for a future
date. The Water Sustainability Act, introduced Tuesday by environment minister Mary Polak, promises to regulate groundwater, to
manage water use during droughts, and to measure large-scale water use.| READ MORE

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