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What we're doing now to prepare for watering restrictions
Stage 1 watering restrictions went into effect in Vancouver on May 15, two weeks ahead of last year. So far, the rules apply to lawns and car washing only, but I’m not taking any chances. 2015 saw...
May 15th, 2016
SURVEY SAYS: Most of us are battling the water hog reputation
There is a strong appetite across the province to implement larger fines for people who decide to ignore the water restrictions — Mario Canseco
Jul 29th, 2015
Wake up to your wasteful water use, Vancouver — expert
Serious water restrictions may seem like a freak occurrence but it's time to get used to turning off the taps.
The Canadian Press
Jul 27th, 2015
URBAN GARDENING: Why mulching those veggies is a must in a drought
Mulch is one of our most powerful tools to save water during Vancouver's tight watering restrictions.
Jul 26th, 2015
Tips for saving water, from B.C. desert mayor
Drought days beg some personal questions: Could you take a three-minute shower? Flush the toilet less often?
The Canadian Press
Jul 24th, 2015
How to thrive in a Vancouver drought
Locals who have the good sense to use their grey water or captured rain water to keep their gardens green and lush may have to post a sign explaining their environmentally savvy system to watering...
Jul 22nd, 2015
URBAN GARDENING: Stage 3 water restrictions a food-grower's challenge
With unprecedented watering restrictions in effect, figuring out how much is enough can be challenging when it comes to growing food.
Jul 20th, 2015