Protecting Campbell River's drinking water

Get the facts straight about how to protect our drinking water. Do you know where it comes from? Do you know how it is treated and where?

Campbell River area benefits from very high quality drinking water.  How do we keep it that way?  Learn how you, your family and our community can protect the drinking water that we take for granted each and every day. Learn where it comes from, how it is treated and why it wins awards.

Luisa Richardson will provide answers to these questions on Thursday from 1-2 p.m. in the Community Centre Lounge.

Have your say about the future of our water and enter to win a $100 donation in your name for a local conservation or health non-profit group of your choice. The workshop is free. Call 250-286-1161 to confirm your spot.

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