Tay is a township located in the southern Georgian Bay region of Ontario.
On April 9, its 7-member municipal council voted for the township to become a blue community.
Janice Horgos, chair of the Thunder Bay chapter's Blue Planet committee, writes in today's Chronicle Journal, "John B. Challinor 11, director of corporate affairs for Néstle Waters Canada, claims that the Thunder Bay Council of Canadians request that Thunder Bay become a Blue Community is the result of a 'Trojan horse-like' union-led conspiracy under the guise of human rights and infrastructure...
The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives – Nova Scotia launched their alternative provincial budget last week, in advance of the new Liberal Government’s budget and speech from the throne to be delivered on Thursday April 03rd.
Nestlé is opposing the idea of Thunder Bay becoming a blue community.
Their director of corporate affairs John B. Challinor II writes in the Chronicle Journal, "Thunder Bay council has referred the Blue Communities Project resolution put forward by the Council of Canadians and the Canadian Union of Public Employees to staff for a report. In taking the cautious approach that it did, it appears...
Today communities across the country are celebrating Bottled Water Free Day. It’s a day to call for the protection of the human right to water by standing in support of public water and against the privatization of water.