Population served by drinking water plants and gross
potable water production per capita by drainage region, 2007
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|Drainage region||Population served||Share of the total population served||Gross potable water production per capita 1|
|Pacific Coastal and Yukon 3||1,5||2,594,238||9.3||442|
|Fraser–Lower Mainland 4||2||1,119,612||4.0||731|
|Peace–Athabasca and Lower Mackenzie||6,7||335,192||1.2||440|
|Winnipeg, Lower Saskatchewan–Nelson, Churchill, Northern Ontario||13,14,15,17||294,489||1.1||465|
|Saint John–St. Croix||23||145,147||0.5||602|
Per capita of the population served. Includes all uses (residential, industrial, commercial and institutional), as well as losses/leakage in the distribution system, the proportions of which vary across Canada.
Excludes Arctic Coast–Islands (8) and Keewatin–Southern Baffin Island (16) due to low response to the survey.
Population served is overestimated because some plants serve Fraser–Lower Mainland (2).
Population served is underestimated because some of the population is served by plants located in Pacific Coastal (1).
Figures may not add up to totals due to rounding.
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