IMPROVED WATER SOURCE - URBAN (% OF URBAN POPULATION WITH ACCESS) IN CANADA

IMPROVED WATER SOURCE; URBAN (% OF URBAN POPULATION WITH ACCESS) IN CANADA WAS LAST MEASURED AT 100 IN 2012, ACCORDING TO THE WORLD BANK. ACCESS TO AN IMPROVED WATER SOURCE REFERS TO THE PERCENTAGE OF THE POPULATION WITH REASONABLE ACCESS TO AN ADEQUATE AMOUNT OF WATER FROM AN IMPROVED SOURCE, SUCH AS A HOUSEHOLD CONNECTION, PUBLIC STANDPIPE, BOREHOLE, PROTECTED WELL OR SPRING, AND RAINWATER COLLECTION. UNIMPROVED SOURCES INCLUDE VENDORS, TANKER TRUCKS, AND UNPROTECTED WELLS AND SPRINGS. REASONABLE ACCESS IS DEFINED AS THE AVAILABILITY OF AT LEAST 20 LITERS A PERSON A DAY FROM A SOURCE WITHIN ONE KILOMETER OF THE DWELLING. THIS PAGE HAS THE LATEST RECORDED VALUE, AN HISTORICAL DATA CHART AND RELATED INDICATORS FOR IMPROVED WATER SOURCE - URBAN (% OF URBAN POPULATION WITH ACCESS) IN CANADA.

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