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This week the Conservative government introduced legislation to address its greatest crisis to date: the tainted drinking water that killed seven people and left more than 2,000 ill in Walkerton. The legislation will create new standards for treating and testing the water we pour from our taps. But critics say the job is only half done: that the Conservatives are stalling when it comes to protecting our water at its source.
Nov 03, 2002
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