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November 3, 2011

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Film night packs Abbotsford gallery

ABBOTSFORD – A standing-room only crowd packed the house for the documentary Water Makes Money and The Future of Water in Abbotsford, at The Reach gallery on Friday, Oct. 28. The Keep It Local – Keep It Public event was sponsored by Cinema Politica Fraser Valley and Water Watch Mission – Abbotsford and featured a "meet & greet" with area municipal candidates. More than 150 people had a chance to quiz their candidates on the proposed P3 project at Stave Lake.

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