Commissioner questions government’s intention

Ontario’s environmental commissioner Dianne Saxe paid a visit to Hastings County on Thursday, Feb. 14 to share her 2018 Environmental Protection Report – Water, Wetlands, Woodlands and Citizen Science with more than 100 concerned citizens from throughout the county.Stressing the importance of protecting Ontario’s drinking water from pollution, Saxe began her presentation by shining a light on the Walkerton water crisis in 2000 that killed seven people and poisoned thousands more. To ensure this type of tragedy never occurs again, she said it is important to take a look at what was learned from the crisis.

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