When British Columbia residents heard that Nestlé was only being charged $2.25 per million litres to bottle up our water and sell it back to us, we were furious.
We weren’t just angry because Nestlé has a terribly track record in their dealings with developing nations.
We weren’t just angry because B.C. is “renting out” access to our water for far less than other provinces.
We were angry because water is a part of B.C. culture. Continue reading