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MNN. 7 Nov. 2015. Catherine McKenna, you are the new Environment Canada Minister. Your first decision is whether to let Montreal Mayor dump his o’tah or not into kaniatarowanen’on:we by Monday, November 9th at midnight.
On Oct. 22. We walked together to save our river. Join us!
The trio of scientists advised you to monitor the toxic sludge that goes to the bottom for its effect on the St. Lawrence riverbed to the Gulf and into the Atlantic Ocean and then the world. Going out there are the poopies, toilet paper, tampons, medical hospital refuse, pharmaceutical active drugs like birth control, anti-depressants, etc. and industrial waste like oil, deicing and the sky’s the limit. We want the name of the person in charge of making sure this doesn’t go into the river. This is everyone’s business. They affect all living things. Second, you could hire a tanker to suck it up. Then thirdly the raw sewage could be put through a mobile treatment unit.
Cathy: “If there was a fish to catch, I’d release it!”
The sludge specialist said it all on CTV. Your advisors are lying to you when they say it will have a ‘minimal’ effect. Your website says: “Wastewater is Canada’s biggest source of water pollution. More than 150 billion litres of untreated and under-treated wastewater is dumped into the country’s waterways every year”. CATHERINE, DO NOT ASSAULT CREATION! DON’T DUMP! CTV interviews real expert on water.
In a speech in July Prime Minister Justin Trudeau acknowledges the law of the land, kaia’nere:kowa by recognizing the teio’ha:teh, the Two Row Wampum. This dumping breaches the treaty. Trudeau affirms Two Row.
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