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Posts Tagged ‘canada’

pink tap water in a jar

In the first week of March, 2017, the hashtag #pinkwater began to trend on Twitter along with images of what can only be described as neon pink water pouring out of taps. Photos and videos of the fuchsia-colored water originated in Onoway, a small town of 1,000 residents in central Alberta, Canada. The town’s residents […]

traffic sign now leaving ontario

Just a few weeks ago we reported on Nestle’s purchase of a well in Ontario: the company outbid the local community in an effort to expand their enterprise in Canada where they currently can pump water from the ground at a rate of $3.71 per million liters of water. The government of the Township of […]

Guelph and Waterloo take the hard line with softeners. Ontario’s Grand River watershed is home to what might very well be the hardest groundwater in Canada. At its highest, it can be 960 parts per million (ppm) or 56 grains per U.S. gallon, which is well above the hardest water classification, according to the Canadian […]