Waterline: Public must participate in protecting water resource

Public must participate in protecting water resource

Water and access to it make possible virtually every activity in B.C. Water washes our babies and our cars, it keeps our flowers in bloom and our wine glasses full. We ski on it, swim in it and watch the Canucks skate on it. Water is the foundation of energy, agriculture, forestry, mining, transportation, tourism, recreation and service sectors that collectively contributed more than $2 trillion to B.C.’s cumulative GDP over the decade between 2004 and 2014.

Source: The Province | September 25, 2015

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Premier promises funds for smaller BC communities in UBCM speech

She announced the province will put another $45 million more into a cost-shared fund to help small and medium communities build or repair infrastructure, from water and sewer systems to roads.

Source: Vancouver Sun | September 25, 2015

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Metro Vancouver eases water restrictions after recent rains

Recent rain has eased the pressure on Metro Vancouver’s reservoirs, allowing the regional district to ease watering restrictions to Stage 1. Metro also said all watering restriction will be lifted for the winter on Oct. 15.

Source: Vancouver Sun | September 22, 2015

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