- A recent study by McGill University revealed traces of cocaine, morphine, oxycodone and other illicit drugs in the drinking water supply in southern Ontario.
- According to researchers at the university, water discharged from waste-water treatment plants in the Grand River watershed has potential to contaminate sources of drinking water with illicit drugs.
- Lead author Vivane Yargeau says improving waste-water treatment processes can help clean up drinking water.
- The study was published in the journal Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry.
- On another note, humour has been found in the fact that Rob Ford was Mayor of Toronto (being in southern Ontario) from 2010 to 2014…