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Le 16 décembre 2019

 

  • Global: "There is lead in some of Whistler, B.C.’s prized tap water, Tainted Water investigation finds"
  • Star Vancouver: "Whistler’s corrosive water increases the chances of getting lead in tap water. The town has known for five years, but is still working on the problem"

 

Le 15 décembre 2019

 

  • Global: "Quebec Environment Ministry sends Côte Saint-Luc warning over missing drinking water reports"

 

Le 5 décembre 2019

 

  • Global: "Nearly half of Montreal West tap water tests exceeded recommended lead limit in 2018"

 

Le 3 décembre 2019

 

  • Regina Leader-Post: "Regina city council votes to fast track lead pipe replacement program"
  • Global: "Cities in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Quebec accelerate plans to ensure safe water, following investigation"

 

Le 2 décembre 2019

 

  • Global: "Councillors want ‘more aggressive’ plan to remove Calgary’s lead pipes following Tainted Water investigation"
  • Star Calgary: "Calgary councillors push for a ‘more aggressive’ plan to remove lead pipes servicing residential homes"

 

Le 29 novembre 2019

 

  • Star Halifax: "Halifax Water’s plan to replace homeowners’ lead pipes the first of its kind in Canada"

 

Le 28 novembre 2019

 

  • Global: "Côte Saint-Luc to offer $50 rebates for filters to get lead out of water"
  • Global: "Citing Tainted Water investigation, Halifax Water advances offer to replace lead pipes for free"

 

Le 27 novembre 2019

 

  • Star Vancouver: "Chlorine has protected our drinking water for a century. But its byproducts may be tainting it"
  • Star Halifax: "Halifax water utility proposes new lead pipe removal program following Tainted Water investigation"
  • Global: "Halifax Water considers accelerated plan to replace lead pipes after Tainted Water investigation"
  • Global: "Chlorine has protected our drinking water for a century. But its byproducts may be tainting it"

 

Le 26 novembre 2019

 

  • Toronto Star: "Oneida residents say the tap water is making them sick. But across the road, their neighbours have safe, clean water"
  • Hamilton Spectator: "Oneida residents say the tap water is making them sick. But across the road, their neighbours have safe, clean water"
  • Global: "Oneida Nation of the Thames tap water different than neighbouring non-Indigenous communities"

 

Le 25 novembre 2019

 

  • CTV Regina: "Lead pipes, RPS budget, dog parks on Monday City Council agenda"
  • Global: "In Halifax, more than 100 schools on municipal water systems still haven’t tested for lead"

 

Le 24 novembre 2019

 

  • Star Halifax: "Some Nova Scotia schools just tested their water for lead for the first time. Nearly two thirds failed"

 

Le 22 novembre 2019

 

  • Global: "City of Côte Saint-Luc looking for solutions to lead problem"
  • Global: "After ‘firestorm’ of criticism, Côte Saint-Luc mayor outlines plan for safe tap water"
  • Global: "Montreal public health letter urges demerged cities to be more transparent about water safety"

 

Le 21 novembre 2019

 

  • Star Vancouver: "In Metro Vancouver, you may not know if you have lead in your water. Here’s why"

 

Le 19 novembre 2019

 

  • Global: "Westmount, Que. has high levels of lead-tainted tap water, testing results show"
  • Global: "Westmount has 4th highest lead readings in drinking water in Quebec"

 

Le 18 novembre 2019

 

  • Toronto Star: "They complained for years about their water — and were told it was safe. Now Tottenham residents know it’s been tainted all along"
  • Simcoe.com: "They complained for years about their water — and were told it was safe. Now Tottenham residents know it’s been tainted all along"
  • Global: "Côte Saint-Luc has some of the worst tap water in Quebec due to lead contamination"
  • Le Devoir: « L’enjeu de santé publique du plomb dans l’eau était connu depuis longtemps »
  • Global: "Côte Saint-Luc drinking water heavy with lead"

 

Le 16 novembre 2019

 

  • Le Devoir: « Une relation cruelle entre plomb et pauvreté »

 

Le 15 novembre 2019

 

  • Global: "NDG elementary school distributes bottled water after tests find lead in tap water"
  • National Observer: "British Columbia’s rainy coastal climate increases the risk of lead in water"
  • Global: "Here’s how Metlakatla First Nation in British Columbia tackles acidic water"

 

Le 10 novembre 2019

 

  • Global: "This week on ‘Focus Montreal’ "

 

Le 9 novembre 2019

 

  • Global News Radio: "The Roy Green Show: Lead pipes and the quality of water across Canada"

 

Le 8 novembre 2019

 

  • Global: "Her landlord didn’t tell her the home she rented had lead pipes — and he didn’t have to"

 

Le 7 novembre 2019

 

  • Star Halifax: "Nova Scotia education minister promises all schools’ water will be tested for lead by spring"

 

Le 6 novembre 2019

 

  • Global: "Lead in Nova Scotia school water: patchwork of data unavailable to parents, teachers"

  • Global: "What do you do if you find lead in your tap water in Canada?"

  • Global: "Solutions to stop lead leaching into Canadian water"

  • Star Halifax: "The majority of Nova Scotia schools have never tested for lead. In those that have, we found alarming results"

  • Toronto Star: "20,000 Hamilton homes have toxic lead pipes carrying water to taps. The city says it will take 40 years to fix the system"

  • Global: "Do you have lead in your tap water? What you can do to find out in Quebec"

  • Global: "If you live in Alberta, here’s what you can do to have your water tested for lead"

 

Le 5 novembre 2019

 

  • OurWindsor.ca: "Flushing taps before testing for lead produces misleading results. So why is Toronto telling residents to do it?"
  • Global: "Drinking water at thousands of Ontario schools, daycares have dangerous lead levels"
  • Global: "Tainted Water: Are the fountains safe?"
  • Global: "Children in schools and daycares across Canada are exposed to unsafe water"
  • Global: "Some Alberta daycares and schools may contain high levels of lead in drinking water"
  • Global: "Tainted water in Nova Scotia: How do I get the lead out?"
  • Global: "How lead levels in 5 Canadian cities compared to those in Flint, Mich."
  • Global: "Do you have lead in your tap water? What you can do to find out in Ontario"
  • Global: "How safe is the drinking water at Montreal’s English schools?"
  • Global: "Investigation into lead in Canada’s drinking water spurs calls for action across country"
  • Global: "N.S. Opposition demands action after investigation finds widespread risk of lead exposure"
  • Global: "How safe is the drinking water at Montreal’s English schools?"
  • Global: "The cost of replacing lead service lines for residents in Regina, Moose Jaw and Saskatoon"
  • Global: "Elevated levels of lead found at three of 15 homes tested in Vancouver"
  • Star Edmonton: "Are kids in Alberta drinking water with lead at school? We don’t know because the province doesn’t require testing"
  • Star Edmonton: "Edmonton residents have been drinking tap water with lead levels as high as 120 times the federal limit"
  • Star Edmonton: "Alberta NDP call for immediate action on lead in water: ‘It needs to be dealt with right now’"
  • Star Halifax: "Nova Scotia NDP calls for free well-water testing after investigation reveals widespread risk of elevated lead levels"
  • Vancouver Star: "This Prince Rupert, B.C. woman’s water tested three times the national guideline. ‘There is lead in our water. ... Don’t doubt it, just start flushing’ "
  • Vancouver Star: "Elevated levels of lead found at three of 15 homes tested in Vancouver"

 

Le 4 novembre 2019

 

  • Associated Press: "Investigation: Lead in some Canadian water worse than Flint"
  • Global: "Edmonton residents exposed to high lead levels in water over last decade, investigation finds"
  • Global: "Mayor, EPCOR respond to investigation showing Edmonton water lead levels exceed federal guidelines"
  • Global: "Is Montreal’s lead problem worse than Flint, Michigan’s?"
  • Global: "Brandon, Man. doesn’t know how many residents are getting unsafe water from their taps"
  • Global: "Calgary doesn’t know how many homes have lead pipes that could make water unsafe"
  • Global: "Thousands of Nova Scotians at risk of lead exposure from wells"
  • Global: "Saskatchewan residents have some of highest levels of lead-tainted water in Canada"
  • Global: "Lead levels in Prince Rupert drinking water could point to B.C.-wide problems"
  • Global: "Tainted water in Canadian cities"
  • Leader-Post: "NDP calls for provincial review of lead-tainted water issue in Saskatchewan"
  • Leader-Post: "Parched: Experts urge transparency on lead-tainted water in some Regina, Saskatoon and Moose Jaw homes"
  • National Observer: "Corrosive water is a key reason behind dangerously high levels of lead. There’s a way to fix it"
  • Star Calgary: "It would cost just $11 million for Calgary to replace all its public lead service lines. So why hasn’t the city acted?"
  • Star Halifax: "More than half of Nova Scotians on wells are at risk of having lead in their water"
  • Star Halifax: "A third of Halifax tests for lead in water exceed the federal guideline"
  • Toronto Star: "How we did it: inside the Tainted Water investigation"
  • Toronto Star: "Her landlord didn’t tell her the home she rented had lead pipes — and he didn’t have to"
  • Toronto Star: "Taking aerators off taps before testing for lead can mask the real risk. But some cities seem confused"
  • Toronto Star: "Corrosive water is a key reason behind dangerously high levels of lead. There’s a way to fix it"
  • Toronto Star: "Removing lead pipes from homes is expensive. ‘That’s why people give up and just drink the lead’ "
  • Toronto Star: "Is there lead in your tap water? Canada-wide investigation exposes dangerous levels of toxic metal"
  • Toronto Star: "Flushing taps before testing for lead produces misleading results. So why is Toronto telling residents to do it?"
  • Toronto Star: "Cities in Ontario are declaring themselves exempt from lead testing. And they don’t have to tell the province"
  • Toronto Star: "Does your child’s school have dangerous levels of lead in the water? Search our database"
  • Toronto Star: "How to find out if you have lead in your tap water — and what you can do about it"
  • OurWindsor.ca: "Taking aerators off taps before testing for lead can mask the real risk. But some cities seem confused"
  • Le Devoir: « Plomb dans l'eau: l’Ontario un modèle, le Québec un cancre »
  • Le Devoir: « Du plomb de Flint à Saskatoon »
  • Le Devoir: « Cinq provinces, cinq crises »
  • Global: "Wait There's More: Canada's water has a lead problem" (podcast)

 

Le 1 novembre 2019

 

  • Global: "Quebec says it will pay for daycares to test tap water for lead"
  • Global: "Mayor, EPCOR respond to investigation showing Edmonton water lead levels exceed federal guidelines"

 

Le 24 octobre 2019

 

  • Le Devoir: « Chaos et opacité dans les municipalités du Québec »

 

Le 23 octobre 2019

 

  • Le Devoir: « Montréal revoit son plan de lutte contre le plomb »
  • Le Devoir: « Montréal a longtemps fait fi des solutions contre le plomb »
  • Global: "Quebec to adopt national standard for testing lead in drinking water"

 

Le 22 octobre 2019

 

  • Global: "Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante will require households to replace lead water pipes"

 

Le 16 octobre 2019

 

  • Global: "Quebec to review how it tests drinking water following investigative report"
  • Global: "Investigation reveals dangerous lead levels in some Quebec drinking water"
  • Le Devoir: « Le Québec sous-évalue le plomb dans l’eau »
  • Le Devoir: « Ce plomb que Québec refuse de voir »
  • Le Devoir: « Les malades invisibles du plomb »
  • Le Devoir: « Petit guide citoyen contre le plomb »

 

le 11 juillet 2019

 

  • Global: "Quebec children at risk of lead exposure from water in schools and daycares, says provincial report"
  • National Observer: "Quebec children at risk of lead exposure from water in schools and daycares, says provincial report"
  • Le Devoir: « Nos écoles ont du plomb dans l’eau »
  • Le Devoir: « Silences de plomb » (editorial)

 

Le 28 mai 2019

 

  • University of Regina: "Drained shines a light on an array of drinking water policies, regulations, responsibility and accountability across layers of government while exploring the human consequences"

 

Le 10 avril 2019

 

  • National Observer: "Ottawa-Gatineau pressed to notify public of sewer spills in real time"

 

Le 9 avril 2019

 

 

Le 8 avril 2019

 

 

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