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6.4 References

1 Okanagan Water Stewardship Council (2008). Okanagan Sustainable Water Strategy: Action Plan 1.0. Coldstream, BC.

2 Eggertson, L. (2008). Investigative Report: 1766 Boil-Water Advisories Now in Place across Canada. Canadian Medical Association Journal. www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2335191/ [Accessed February 2011].

3 Okanagan Basin Water Board (2009). Groundwater Bylaws Toolkit: an Appendix to the Green Bylaws Toolkit. Kelowna, BC.

4 Ministry of Environment, Water Stewardship Division website: www.env.gov.bc.ca/wsd/plan_protect_sustain/groundwater/wells/well_protection/wellprotect.html [Accessed May 2010].

5 BC Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks (2001). Drinking Water Protection Plan – a Discussion Document. Victoria, BC.

6 BC Ministry of Health Services website: www.health.gov.bc.ca/protect/source.html
[Accessed February 2011].

7 BC Ministry of Healthy Living and Sport (2007). Drinking Water Officers’ Guide. Prepared by the Drinking Water Leadership Council. www.health.gov.bc.ca/protect/dwoguide_updated_approved%202007.pdf.

8 West Coast Environmental Law (2009). The BC Guide to Watershed Law & Planning. http://watershedguide.wcel.org/ [Accessed February 2010].

9 Nowlan, Linda and Karen Bakker (2007). Delegating Water Governance: Issues and Challenges in the BC Context. A paper for the BC Water Governance Project. Vancouver, BC: UBC Program on Water Governance. 


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This website is a guide to help BC communities learn more about planning for local watersheds and water resources, navigate current planning processes, consider relevant issues and challenges — including regional climate change impacts —  and build capacity to develop and implement plans.

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