Canada’s population of 2.4 million people is one of the world’s most populous and rapidly growing countries.
As a result, many people are relying on water to keep their daily lives going.
In a country of more than 20 million, Canadians are using an estimated 60 billion litres of water a day, which is enough to fill more than 30 Olympic swimming pools, according to the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency.
With an average consumption rate of 2 litres per person per day, it is the highest rate of consumption in the world.
However, it doesn’t take a scientist to realize that water consumption in Canada is not sustainable, even with current technologies.
According to an environmental assessment report, water consumption could be reduced to 25 billion litres by 2040 and could be as low as 10 billion litres if Canada followed the recommendations of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
The report also says that if water was to be used in a sustainable manner, it would need to be re-used for drinking and cooking, and that the use of water would need more than 10 billion tonnes a year by 2050.
“We are the biggest water users in the country, but we are also the biggest exporters of water, and we have to change the way we use it,” said Kevin Koehler, director of the Canadian Council of Chief Executives.
“Canada has a lot of water.
It’s in every backyard, but it is also in the drinking water system and the irrigation systems, so that we can grow food.”
Koehl said the report found that the country is overusing water.
“When we get the most water from the ground, the water is wasted,” he said.
“And it has to go somewhere, so when you go to the toilet you waste water, because the water in the toilet is actually used to irrigate the fields and the gardens.”
The Canadian Water Quality and Regulatory Agency (CWQRA) is responsible for water management and is tasked with providing recommendations to the government on water use and supply.
But the agency is also faced with issues such as waste water from waste treatment plants and other issues that can cause problems with public health.
to the report, if the Canadian Water quality and Regulatory Authority were to reduce water use by a factor of four, it could reduce the amount of water that Canadians drink by a total of 10 billion liters a year.
It also found that Canada would need an additional 100 billion litres a year to meet its projected population growth of more then 3.5 million people.
A recent study found that a large proportion of the population could be drinking more than a gallon of water per day.
“The amount of waste water in our rivers and lakes is alarming and it’s the result of our inadequate water use,” said Rob Moore, a member of the CWQRA’s Board of Directors.
The government is also taking steps to reduce the use. “
It’s a matter of time before we start to see a major reduction in our water use.”
The government is also taking steps to reduce the use.
The government has announced that it is going to be the first country to phase out a type of bottled water called “water purifiers.”
According to the United States, a “water-purifier” is a device that uses a chemical solution to extract water from a water source, typically water from rivers or lakes.
“Water purifiers do not require a filter to ensure that water meets the safety standards required by Canadian regulatory authorities,” said Jim Dabbs, a spokesperson for the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry.
The move is part of a broader campaign by the government to reduce use of imported water.
In January, it announced it was setting a target of reducing the amount imported water it uses by 10% by 2020.
The Canadian government is currently on track to meet that target by the end of this year.
With files from Global News and CTV Edmonton