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Canada has 20 percent of the planet’s freshwater. But some worry there’s not enough to go around.

OTTAWA — Canada has about 20 percent of the planet’s freshwater resources, sits astride the largest freshwater body of water in the world — the Great Lakes — and has so many power dams along its mighty rivers that when Canadians talk about electricity, they often just call it “hydro.” Yet there are Canadians who […]
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