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by Contributor on 26 March 2009 - 9:17am
Dear editor: Just a reminder that tomorrow, Thursday March 26th, is the day of action to keep our rivers wild and our power public. Every step of the way, this campaign has been successfully pushed forward by you. Without all of us out there talking to our family, friends and neighbours, this issue wouldn't be on front pages, TV screens, and radios, and in the hearts of minds of people all...
by Contributor on 26 March 2009 - 9:17am
Dear editor: Just a reminder that tomorrow, Thursday March 26th, is the day of action to keep our rivers wild and our power public. Every step of the way, this campaign has been successfully pushed forward by you. Without all of us out there talking to our family, friends and neighbours, this issue wouldn't be on front pages, TV screens, and radios, and in the hearts of minds of people all...
by Contributor on 26 March 2009 - 9:17am
Dear editor: Just a reminder that tomorrow, Thursday March 26th, is the day of action to keep our rivers wild and our power public. Every step of the way, this campaign has been successfully pushed forward by you. Without all of us out there talking to our family, friends and neighbours, this issue wouldn't be on front pages, TV screens, and radios, and in the hearts of minds of people all...
by Contributor on 26 March 2009 - 9:17am
Dear editor: Just a reminder that tomorrow, Thursday March 26th, is the day of action to keep our rivers wild and our power public. Every step of the way, this campaign has been successfully pushed forward by you. Without all of us out there talking to our family, friends and neighbours, this issue wouldn't be on front pages, TV screens, and radios, and in the hearts of minds of people all...
by Contributor on 26 March 2009 - 9:17am
Dear editor: Just a reminder that tomorrow, Thursday March 26th, is the day of action to keep our rivers wild and our power public. Every step of the way, this campaign has been successfully pushed forward by you. Without all of us out there talking to our family, friends and neighbours, this issue wouldn't be on front pages, TV screens, and radios, and in the hearts of minds of people all...
by Contributor on 26 March 2009 - 9:17am
Dear editor: Just a reminder that tomorrow, Thursday March 26th, is the day of action to keep our rivers wild and our power public. Every step of the way, this campaign has been successfully pushed forward by you. Without all of us out there talking to our family, friends and neighbours, this issue wouldn't be on front pages, TV screens, and radios, and in the hearts of minds of people all...
by Laurie Charlton on 4 March 2009 - 3:19pm
Dear editor, Rossland Council is in the process of adopting a water rates bylaw for 2009 that will impose significant rate increases on people who are least able to afford it - seniors living in apartments. The rate increases are based not on the amount of water used by residents in the apartments but primarily of the number of units in the building. According to examples provided to Council...
by Laurie Charlton on 4 March 2009 - 3:19pm
Dear editor, Rossland Council is in the process of adopting a water rates bylaw for 2009 that will impose significant rate increases on people who are least able to afford it - seniors living in apartments. The rate increases are based not on the amount of water used by residents in the apartments but primarily of the number of units in the building. According to examples provided to Council...
by Laurie Charlton on 4 March 2009 - 3:19pm
Dear editor, Rossland Council is in the process of adopting a water rates bylaw for 2009 that will impose significant rate increases on people who are least able to afford it - seniors living in apartments. The rate increases are based not on the amount of water used by residents in the apartments but primarily of the number of units in the building. According to examples provided to Council...
by Laurie Charlton on 4 March 2009 - 3:19pm
Dear editor, Rossland Council is in the process of adopting a water rates bylaw for 2009 that will impose significant rate increases on people who are least able to afford it - seniors living in apartments. The rate increases are based not on the amount of water used by residents in the apartments but primarily of the number of units in the building. According to examples provided to Council...

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