Since Budget Day’s disappointing lack of water support and Parliament’s subsequent collapse, a few of the five major parties have released their environmental platforms. When it comes to water, who has the best plan? Are you hoping the feds will move forward with a national water strategy? Make bigger funding commitments to Environment Canada? Support Canadian water tech innovation? Promise better monitoring in the oil sands and the country’s waterways? What’s on your long or short-term federal water wish list?

We’d love to hear more about your concerns. Use the comment section below the poll to tell us what you think.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Thanks Water Canada for running this poll. Living on Lake Ontario and drinking it’s water, plus sailing, swimming and paddling in it… water quality is big concern. I support the Green Party’s platform and think they have the best plan for water in the nation… good to see they are in the lead here.

  2. Thanks Water Canada for running this poll. Living on Lake Ontario and drinking it’s water, plus sailing, swimming and paddling in it… water quality is big concern. I support the Green Party’s platform and think they have the best plan for water in the nation… good to see they are in the lead here.

  3. With Harper negotiating the privatization of drinking water in the Canada European Trade Agreement (CETA) and no political party opposing it in the election, I am concerned that our race to becoming a third world nation is being accelerated by the multi national corporate agenda and abetted by Canadian voter apathy. With foreign nations controlling the prices of oil and water and no plan in place to safeguard the air we breath, we won’t have to worry about the national debt we will leave our children and future generations, it will be the least of their concerns.

  4. With Harper negotiating the privatization of drinking water in the Canada European Trade Agreement (CETA) and no political party opposing it in the election, I am concerned that our race to becoming a third world nation is being accelerated by the multi national corporate agenda and abetted by Canadian voter apathy. With foreign nations controlling the prices of oil and water and no plan in place to safeguard the air we breath, we won’t have to worry about the national debt we will leave our children and future generations, it will be the least of their concerns.

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