Ep 3 - Water

Political Blind Date

Described Video:
Mayor of Huron-Kinloss Mitch Twolan meets with Karen Weaver, former Mayor of Flint, Michigan on how best to safeguard the Great Lakes for the millions of Canadians and Americans who depend on it for clean drinking water. Twolan believes that proposed Deep Geologic Repositories near Lake Huron are a safe option to house nuclear waste, while Weaver reveals the lasting impact on her community after the lead poisoning of Flint's water supply in 2015. Can these cross-border politicians work together to ensure the safety of our water supply?
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Feb 08, 2021
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