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Victoria looking to privatize sewage services against industry advice

P3 not the way to go says construction head

Victoria looking to privatize sewage services against industry adviceThe game is far from over on Vancouver Island in the fight against the privatization of sewage services for the city of Victoria. After a meeting scheduled to coincide with the Canadian women's hockey gold medal games that nonetheless filled the room with concerned citizens, another meeting on March 10 filled the room again with a broad cross-section of people. Citizens from 26–year–old Craig Ashburne talking about how, growing up in Hamilton, private sewage was a disaster to Raging Granny Fran Thornburn expressing concern that private sewage will lead to privatization of water.

In the earlier meeting, the crowd heard from construction professionals:

Links and sources
  CUPE coverage of public meeting

Posted: March 09, 2010

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