Water a Precious Commodity in Canada: Researchers, industry leaders work to end waste of water supply
The Myth of Abundance
“Although water is plentiful in Canada today, studies suggest there may not be enough to go around for the generations to come,” writes Shelagh McNally in an article published in the Saskatoon StarPhoenix on October 13, 2010.
“Available water in southern Canada has been on a steady decline since 1971, according to research by Statistics Canada. The effect of climate change, poor management of stormwater run-off and antiquated sewage plants are contributing factors.”
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Posted October 2010