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You are invited to attend

KEEP IT LOCAL, KEEP IT PUBLIC A free community event and screening of

WATER MAKES MONEY M[Zd[iZWo"@kd[(("(&''š-fcÅ/fc

EMCS COMMUNITY THEATRE 6218 Sooke Road, Sooke BC Complimentary snacks and refreshments with discussion before and after. Produced by Leslie Franke & Herdolor Lorenz the film describes Europe’s disastrous experiment with water and wastewater privatization at the hands of big corporations as well as the wave of re-municipalization taking place as communities fight to keep control of these vital public resources. Find out how you can stop the District of Sooke from signing away operation of our wastewater system for the next 21 years. Hear from speakers about the value of keeping our public services in local, public hands. Learn how the new EU-Canada trade deal (CETA) puts corporate rights first, threatening our democracy, local economy and encourages privatization of our water and wastewater services. Sign the District of Sooke Electoral Response Form. A 10% response means residents of Sooke will get to decide if this longterm contract to privatize our wastewater services should be signed. Find us on Facebook

Sooke Water Watch

Organized by Sooke Water Watch, coalition of citizens who want to see Sooke’s wastewater system operated publicly. Supported by Victoria Cinema Politica.

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Wed June 15, 2011 News Mirror  

Complete June 15, 2011 issue of the Sooke News Mirror newspaper as it appeared in print.

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