June 2011: Canadian Geographic
In a tiny village near Toronto, the water contains less lead than the cleanest ice layers in the Arctic.
If you look closely at the countryside surrounding Elmvale, Ont., a tiny village about 90 minutes north of Toronto, you’ll see the natural and ever-gushing wells of the aptly named Springwater township.
The locals have always known that their water is clean, but they’re only beginning to understand just how clean.
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