Citizens' Broadcasting Cooperative
this is informal and a quick response as i don't want to lose my thoughts but somewhere along the road of my life i was told that there is some law or act (which i am in the works of finding) unless anyone else knows it, that if a person is thirsty it is a law that a business (any store etc) must provide water for a dying or thirsty person? Has anyone else heard about this and then how does that affect the right to own water, yet if we have a law somewhere that states we have to provide it to a person in need then how does that apply to the greater scheme of this issue?
here a few links about water in canada...
http://www.righttowater.ca/ - this site seems to tackle ideas very relevant to our class
Customary Water Laws and Practices in Canada: http://www.fao.org/Legal/advserv/FAOIUCNcs/Canada.pdf
Water Law, Policy & Governance: Sustainability
http://www.wateraid.org/ - site supporting water usage globally
i will add more on this subject later when i have more time...
if anybody knows though about that water law i mentioned above i would love to see some legal presidence on it