Nestlé's Ontario Water Problem

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Nestlé recently outbid the Township of Centre Wellington to purchase a well in Middlebrook near Elora. It intends to draw 1,364 litres of water per minute and bottle it in nearby Aberfoyle. Meanwhile in neighbouring Guelph, which is under an outside water use restriction, a motion to block the renewal of Nestlé's Aberfoyle water permit has been referred to a council committee. The Agenda discusses the developments in this contentious issue.
Nestlé's Ontario Water Problem, The Agenda's Week
Oct 07, 2016
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