Stand with Georgina Island First Nation to Protect the Lake Simcoe Watershed

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Meghan Caveen
2 years ago
We must protect the water.

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Ivy Henriksen
2 years ago
I am signing because we need to protect our water and mother earth. Water is life. Without it, we fail our generations.

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Aleks Guzek
2 years ago
Clean drinking water is a right

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Suzanne Pierson
2 years ago
Drinking water is too precious to gamble with.

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Alice Preston
2 years ago
It's the right thing to do

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Celia Goldman
2 years ago
Celia Goldman

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Dora Robinson
2 years ago
water matters. to everyone. the right to water is a human right.

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Andre Williams
2 years ago
Globally, only 2.59% of the planet’s water is fresh water. A tiny fraction, 0.008% of the planets’ water is distributed among lakes, with just 0.61% stored in groundwater reserves (Carpenter et al. 2002). The rest is salt water.

Of all natural resources, water is the most sensitive to climate change, with much lost to evaporation, water vapor transportation and more. Fair and equitable access to fresh water is crucial to create livable circumstances for human beings world wide.

I'm signing because I am able to choose the water I prefer to drink, a luxury most don't have. For the Chippewas of Georgina Island, this has become a matter of survival!

Please sign to help change things!

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Mary C
2 years ago
Please watch suprememastertv.com on Featured Programs
“Planet Earth: Our Loving Home”

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Lorraine Conboy-Robson
2 years ago
I Stand with Georgina Island First Nation to Protect the Lake Simcoe Watershed.
It’s time for the government to do something real for the First Nation people.
Water is life