High amounts of lead found in drinking water across Canada

 

Toronto Star investigative reporter Robert Cribb discusses the study that looked at water samples in 11 different Canadian cities.

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38 Comments on "High amounts of lead found in drinking water across Canada"

  1. MISFIT SICKBOY | November 4, 2019 at 1:02 PM | Reply

    From 2014 we will tell you in 2019

  2. What is Trudeau gonna do about this? Since he claims he’s all about the environment……

  3. Need a lead tax now!!!!

  4. Sinister Minister | November 4, 2019 at 1:40 PM | Reply

    It would have been nice to say something about where to find the list of the cities they tested.

    • Saskatoon, Regina, Moose Jaw .Lead water supply pipe to houses older then 1965 .Cost me 4200$ last year in Saskatoon in conjunction with city is why its not being looked after .But they make it easy jest add it onto your taxes lol there pipe there rules poisoning me and i have to pay to make it better .

    • “Across Canada” but they actually only tested in 11 cities, none in the Greater Vancouver area. Clickbait and disappointing journalism.

    • Trudeau’s house, this explains it all in a nutshell.

  5. I saw that, subtle message, but I see them all anyway.

  6. Maryann Deweerd | November 4, 2019 at 3:08 PM | Reply

    Mention all the cities please

  7. Does anyone know if Toronto is affected?

  8. So, the conspiracy theorists were right again? Well that’s weird!

  9. Now you know why Justin Trudeau only drinks out of plastic paper drink box water bottles

  10. “Across Canada” but they actually only tested in 11 cities, none in the Greater Vancouver area. Clickbait and disappointing journalism.

  11. Sofia Constancia | November 4, 2019 at 7:57 PM | Reply

    I always knew something was not right with Toronto area tap water for drinking: it does not actually fully satisfy thirst, but spring water does.

  12. and this why 1 out of five of my friends have had fertility issues. also developing issues with children……

  13. My countertop distiller runs every night. The crap it pulls out of the tap water is disgusting.

  14. Trudoh will impose “lead tax” to save our environment

  15. I guess you’re getting what you pay for in Québec since you don’t pay for water… But other than Trudeau’s sock collection, where exactly do my taxes go if I have to test my own water, and as a renter no less? At least take me on a date before you bend me over for what’s left of my pocketbook, will ya Ottawa? Sheesh. 🤦‍♀️

  16. O Canada

  17. This explains why Turdeau keeps getting reelected.

  18. Ronald Bernard | November 4, 2019 at 10:58 PM | Reply

    Paid for by your local water bottler.

  19. So that’s why regina has the countries worst crime rates

  20. Hong Kong Phooey | November 5, 2019 at 9:08 AM | Reply

    next g7 meeting, which will be at trumps florida mansion, trudeau will be playing golf by himself.

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