Table 1
Indoor water conservation practices, by province

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Indoor water conservation practices, by province
  Had a low-volume toilet 1 Had a low-flow shower head 1 Municipal water supply Non-municipal water supply
Had a low-volume toilet 2 Had a low-flow shower head 2 Had a low-volume toilet 3 Had a low-flow shower head 3
  percent
Canada 42 63 42 62 48 65
Newfoundland and Labrador 30 59 30 56 F 79
Prince Edward Island 31 60 29 59 35 62
Nova Scotia 39 66 37 61 43 75
New Brunswick 38 67 36 66 40 69
Quebec 34 64 33 65 45 61
Ontario 48 65 48 65 54 67
Manitoba 39 49 39 48 44 61
Saskatchewan 42 51 42 51 43 E 48
Alberta 46 58 46 59 46 57
British Columbia 40 60 39 59 54 67
1.
As a percentage of all households.
2.
As a percentage of households that had a municipal water supply.
3.
As a percentage of households that had a non-municipal water supply.
Source(s):
Statistics Canada, Environment Accounts and Statistics Division, Households and the Environment Survey, 2009 (survey number 3881).
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