B.C. residents sound alarm over proposed water bottling plant near village

CBC News published this video item, entitled “B.C. residents sound alarm over proposed water bottling plant near village” – below is their description.

Residents near the village of Clinton, B.C., are sounding the alarm over a proposed water bottling plant in the area. First Nations and environmentalists say they’re concerned about future water supply given dry conditions in the region.

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