Join WWW and Friends of Hillsburgh Water for Bottled Life at the Festival of Moving Media

Despite considerable concern and opposition in the community, on September 28th this year Nestle Waters’ permit to take 1.1 million litres of water per day from a well near Hillsburgh, Ontario was renewed. Since then, Nestle Waters has filed an appeal that challenges provisions of the permit that would place mandatory restrictions on its water-taking operations during periods of drought.

Join us on Thursday November 1 for a public screening of the film Bottled Life along with a short presentation from Nick Green of Friends of Hillsburgh Water on their ongoing efforts to challenge Nestle’s water taking in Hillsburgh.

When:     Thursday Nov. 1, 2012: 8:00 p.m.

Where:    Rm 204, Landscaping and Architecture Building, University of Guelph

Cost:      Pay what you can (suggested donation $6)

For further details, visit http://festivalofmovingmedia.ca/2012/trailerpark2012.html#3bottled

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