Anti-Nestlé rally in Guelph unites people of all ages against ‘bad use of our water’ – CBC

Sept 27, 2016

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Adam Inniss didn’t spend his Monday evening like most teenagers his age.

Holding a sign that read Necessity not Nestlé, the 16-year-old took part in a rally in front of city call in the southern Ontario city of Guelph.

“Some people, like all these people here, believe that water is a necessity, not a commodity, so we don’t think it should be bottled and sold back to people,” he told CBC News.

When asked why he cared about the issue of groundwater, he replied, “Everyone should care.

Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/guelph-nestle-take-water-permit-rally-1.3779056

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