In a motion to Guelph City Council tonight, James Gordon calls on his cohorts to express councils concerns that the permit that allows Nestle to take water in Aberfoyle, is not in the best interests of the City of Guelph, or the watershed the city shares.
A resident’s guerilla campaign has seen some stickers show up on packages of Nestle Water, at area grocery stores.
The sticker read “tap water. drink from your faucet and save 630%”.
That group will be outside City Hall tonight.
The province has suggested it will dramatically increase the fees charged nestle, when it negotiates a new permit.