This Saturday is the national day of protest against the terror bill c-51. In Newmarket-Aurora we'll be meeting at the court house at 1 or at Lois Brown's constituency office at noon. Bring your own sign. Here's a good summary of why we'll be gathering: http://m.thetyee.ca/Opinion/2015/03/11/C-51-Six-Things-To-Know/
Non-public utilities (Sabesp is mixed public and private), poor infrastructure, and the impacts of a severe drought are all combining to drain Sao Paulo. Imagine 20 million people suddenly having no water. A great reminder to be thankful for the safe water we are supplied with each day - even if it does smell a bit chlorine-y these days in Newmarket.