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Cairns Studies by Undergraduate Researchers at Guelph
This paper is about Ontario's fresh water resources and the current policy context promoting the sustainability of this resource. Originally, management of water resources in Ontario was heavily influenced through well-defined private property rights and a common law tradition originating in England, known as riparian rights. However, in recent history, a series of legislation has emerged out of concern over water management following the Walkerton tragedy, in which several members of thefatcat:fy7abbilejg2lhcoob3rduoqp4