Table 4
Primary type of drinking water consumed, by province

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Primary type of drinking water consumed, by province
  Municipal and non-municipal water supply 1 Municipal water supply 2 Non-municipal water supply 3
Tap water Bottled Both tap water and bottled water Tap water Bottled Both tap water and bottled water Tap water Bottled Both tap water and bottled water
  percent
Canada 66 24 9 66 24 10 64 28 7
Newfoundland and Labrador 62 28 E 60 29 E 71 F F
Prince Edward Island 76 16 E F 70 20 E F 85 F F
Nova Scotia 69 24 E 69 23 F 71 24 F
New Brunswick 64 26 E 60 31 F 71 19 F
Quebec 61 29 10 61 29 10 62 29 F
Ontario 66 24 10 66 23 10 61 31 7
Manitoba 62 26 12 E 62 25 13 E 51 38 F
Saskatchewan 68 26 E 69 25 E 49 E F F
Alberta 68 24 8 69 23 8 55 39 E F
British Columbia 73 17 10 73 16 11 72 16 E F
1.
As a percentage of all households.
2.
As a percentage of all households that had a municipal water supply.
3.
As a percentage of all households that had a non-municipal water supply.
Source(s):
Statistics Canada, Environment Accounts and Statistics Division, CANSIM table 153-0063.
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