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Mapping the Interconnectedness of Canada's Water

“It’s a very precious resource, and it shouldn’t be mismanaged.”
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Joy Charbonneau

Representing one-fifth of the world’s freshwater supply, Canada’s rivers, lakes, and streams are often held up as one of its greatest assets—especially as climate change dries out other regions around the world. That’s why a recurring debate over whether the country should export its water has recently resurfaced.

In mid-January, reporter Chris Wood argued in support of the idea from a conservationist’s perspective in Corporate Knights: