Webinar: Get the Lead Out of Drinking Water – A Hamilton Case Study

Webinar originally aired Wednesday, October 20th.  The recording is below.

The presence of lead in our drinking water is a crucial public health issue – this webinar provides a brief overview of the health impacts of lead and identifies recommendations for a permanent policy solution that protects everyone. Focusing on the community of Hamilton but open to everyone, this webinar features discussion with participants about how is lead impacting the places they live, learn, work and play. Together, we talk about how we can advocate for change and ensure we can all enjoy safe drinking water.

CELA and Environment Hamilton were pleased to co-host this webinar.  Speakers included:
Lynda Lukasik, Executive Director, Environment Hamilton
Eneria Mucaj, Law Student, Canadian Environmental Law Association
Jacqueline Wilson, Counsel, Canadian Environmental Law Association
Matthew Lawson, Manager Environmental Health-Health Hazards And Vector Borne Disease, City of Hamilton, Public Health
Kerry LeClair, Climate Action Community Coordinator from Ward 3 (aka Hamilton Centre), Cllr Nrinder Nann’s office