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Single-use plastic water bottles are a thing of the past in vending machines and the cafeteria at Vanier College. Vanier College, an English-language public college located in Montreal, Quebec, has a student population of over 6,000 students....

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Ban the Bottle, Increase Backlash?

November 16, 2011 | 1 Comments

University of Toronto students, hot on the heels of the country’s largest university banning the sale of bottled water, recently showed increasing concern for convenient, healthy ways to stay hydrated on campus. We’ve shown you...

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The University of Toronto, Canada’s largest university, recently announced efforts to stop the sale of bottled water on campus. As the academic year begins, bottled water will no longer be available at the majority of...

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Ban the Bottle congratulates the Concordia University administration for taking this important step towards a more sustainable and just campus. A special applause goes to the students who organized the successful TAPthirst campaign that was...

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Today, people across the United States and Canada are choosing to give up bottled water and drink tap water when available. People are taking a stand in support of public water and against the privatization...

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The government in Nova Scotia is taking serious steps help curb the sale of bottled water by committing to ban the sale of bottled water in provincial facilities. The Polaris Institute notes: Nova Scotia Premier...

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On September 1, 2010 the University of Ottawa, in collaboration with the Student Federation (SFUO), will be the first University in Ontario to put a complete and immediate stop to the sale of bottled water...

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Hamilton, Ontario, a city with nearly 700,000 residents in Canada is considering banning the bottle. Well not quite. But the city is at least trying to start campaigns aimed at curbing bottled water sales. The...

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