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Carry The Kettle water treatment plant fire ruled undetermined

Carry The Kettle water treatment plant fire ruled undetermined

The cause of the fire that destroyed the water treatment facility on Carry The Kettle Nakoda Nation has been ruled undetermined by Saskatchewan First Nation Emergency Management.
The facility was destroyed in February, leaving roughly 1,500 people without water.
According to Kimbal Ironstar, the First Nation’s projects manager, within three days of the fire they were able to hook up untreated well water and restore running water.

Bottled water sent to drought-stricken region of Nova Scotia

Bottled water sent to drought-stricken region of Nova Scotia

The Nova Scotia government is buying bottled water and dispatching tanker trucks to a southwestern stretch of the province grappling with an extended drought. The Emergency Management Office said it has been working in Argyle, Barrington and Yarmouth to make sure people whose wells have run dry have access to drinking water.

Canada's first desalinated, bottled ocean water offers a sip of the Salish Sea

Canada's first desalinated, bottled ocean water offers a sip of the Salish Sea

A Sooke-based company has become the first in Canada to desalinate and sell bottled ocean water.
Saltwest Naturals sells a range of sea salt products using water from the Salish Sea off Vancouver Island's southwest coast, and more than 400 stores across Canada carry the line.
But it wasn't until a chance conversation that one of the company's owners realized he could tap into a new market – bottled seawater.