With industry booming in Saskatchewan and the South Saskatchewan River supplying an essential resource, the Global Institute for Water Security has published a report outlining how the province can protect its freshwater for the future.
"You are suffering from overhydration,” Dr. Wayne Smith said, running a hand through his greying hair. “You are drinking so much water that it is becoming like a poison in your body.” I stared at him in disbelief. Beside me sat my metal water bottle, its flower pattern chipping from overuse. My tongue felt like sandpaper
Kirk Hall was filled to the brim on Oct. 7 with both students and professionals for a lecture regarding water policy reform. The speaker was Rob Sandford, a member of the expert Forum for Leadership on Water, or FLOW. His address focused on the implications of climate change and its economic cost in relation to
Here at the University of Saskatchewan and on campuses across North America, discussions have been mounting over whether or not bottled water should be available. Why is the provision and sale of bottled water such an issue?
The Oxfam campus club will be promoting events throughout March to help bring attention to water shortages around the world.
If the campus group Better than Bottled Water has its way, the sale of bottled water on campus could be on its way out.