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What is the future of Canada's water supply in the face of global shortages and in the context of Canada/US relations?
Speech
Maude Barlowe, author and activist
 CHLY radio  Contact Contributor
Jan. 25, 2006, 9:48 p.m.
Barlowe is the chair of the Council of Canadians, a director with the International Forum on Globalization, co-founder of the Blue Planet Project, and author of 'Too Close for Comfort: Canada's Future Within Fortress America'
produced by Julie Chadwick and James Booker, elephanttalk@chly.ca
Barlowe is an incredible speaker, and this is a talk she gave in Parksville, B.C. in mid-November 2005. She lays out the world water situation from the global to the local, speaking about what she has personally seen in Bolivia with the people's 'water war' against Bechtel, who sought to privatise their water supply. She outlines the gravity of the global situation and what corporations are planning in terms of the supply of fresh water and its accessibility for the general public

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Maude Barlowe speech
00:45:49 1 Nov. 15, 2005
Parksville, B.C., Canada
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