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Congratulations to the Village of Cumberland, BC, for adopting an ambitious Water Conservation Plan, including universal metering and pay-per-use. The Village hopes to reduce per capita summer water use to 700 L/c/day, about a 30% reduction. The plan was a condition of a provincial Towns for Tomorrow grant.

Our Environmental Commissioner has repeatedly pointed out the serious economic and environmental consequences of severely underpricing water, as most Canadian jurisdictions do.

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