Photo by Julie Picken-Cooper
The Council of Canadians Guelph, Kitchener-Waterloo, Centre Wellington and London chapters were at the Wellington Water Watchers-organized Waterstock gathering in Erin (about 80 kilomtres north-west of Toronto) today.
Centre Wellington chapter activist Diane Ballantyne has posted on Facebook, "It was a spectacular day working with progressive organizations, eating amazing food and listening to some awesome music!"
The promotion for the event highlighted, "Waterstock is the rallying point to send a strong message to Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne to protect water against corporate control and exploitation. ...Waterstock promises to be a bold, impactful, and historic day full of artisanal food and beverage, music, artistic displays and protest."