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Nestle, lax regulations and millions of litres of water.

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Nestlé Waters Canada draws more than two hundred million litres of water from the city of Hope, British Columbia every year. They get it for free.

That's a concern for BC first nations. The area around Hope includes the traditional territory of both the Union Bar and Chawathil First Nations. Yesterday the Union of B-C Indian Chiefs threw their support behind calls to protect provincial water resources. 

Listen to Laura's interview with Sheila Muxlow, the Campaign Director of the Water Wealth Project.

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