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CANADA: Tougher bottled water regulations on the way

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The Canadian federal government is planning to tighten regulations governing bottled water which have remained largely unchanged for 30 years. "The current regulations are outdated, not changed since 1973, with a few amendments in the 1980s," said Claudette Dalpe, associate director of Health Canada's food regulatory program.


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