Canada-wide investigation reveals dangerous levels of lead in tap water
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In fairness to The Star, some of their investigative pieces are interesting (but hardly incredible), but they really damage their credibility with their mean spirited vendetta against Doug Ford.
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Mean spirited? Hardly. They have been extremely fair with him. I'm surprised they go so lightly on him.
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Hard to say because lead isnt the only thing you should be worrying about, a robust filtration system is what is needed.
Nov 4th, 2019 9:58 pm
Bottled water is usually tap water from some city somewhere. It probably has as much lead as your tap water.
Nov 4th, 2019 10:18 pm
As with everything if you're going to purchase bottled water you should be informed of its source as many come from natural sources and are not tap water. The cheapest in Canada I'd say is Nestle which they pump out of natural sources, as many upset Southern Ontarians can attest.mr_raider wrote: ↑Nov 4th, 2019 9:58 pmBottled water is usually tap water from some city somewhere. It probably has as much lead as your tap water.
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