Victoria’s little, utilitarian ‘peeosks’ prove effective in war against public urination

EDMONTON — In its battle against public urination, Victoria isn’t yet going the fancy route of self-cleaning washrooms or those that emerge from beneath the sidewalk when night falls. Rather, a half-dozen “peeosks” — barely more than buckets — are a key piece of the city’s strategy to keep the streets from stinking. Read More


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