Why Canadians should be concerned about water

A snapshot of Canada’s more populated regions shows water stresses abound, while demand elsewhere grows.

NASA/GSFC Photo: Jacques Descloitres
Lakes Winnipeg, right, and Manitoba, left, pictured in September 2002. Lake Winnipeg is the largest freshwater lake in the world plagued by algae growth, writes William Cosgrove.
William Cosgrove
Published: Wednesday, 06/05/2013 12:00 am EDT

 

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