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Unilever - Our fresh water is precious. We need it for everything we do – drinking and cooking, growing our food and preserving our way of life. More Info>>
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Go BlueEvery day, most of us turn on the tap and take it for granted that an endless supply of clean, safe drinking water will flow out. Yet Canada’s freshwater resources aren’t nearly as abundant as you’d think. In fact, our belief in unlimited water is a dangerous myth. 

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