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WE DAY : What is YOUR one drop? Get involved!
ONE DROP participates in the We Day tour, organized by Free The Children, in collaboration with the Royal Bank of Canada and MuchMusic. Presented as part of the “What is YOUR one drop?” campaign, ONE DROP will showcase a stunning aerial piece which will inspire and encourage the public to make a difference for water.

Watch We Day on live stream on the day of the selected event on www.weday.com!
“My one drop is to learn everything I can about water issues and pass the information on to everyone I know.”
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I share my commitment to water on Facebook, Twitter and other social networks to encourage other people to follow my lead. Every individual action is a little drop, but the sum of all these drops is what forms oceans.
“My one drop is to spend less time in the shower.”
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I save an average of 20 litres of water for every minute I cut from my shower.
“My one drop is to participate in a shoreline cleanup activity close to my home.’’
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I join groups that promote watercourses, that draw people's attention to their significance and beauty and that, for example, organize events or cleanups. People tend to forget that they live near a watercourse and do things that pollute it.
“My one drop is to raise awareness by organizing fun activities at my school and in my neighbourhood.”
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I encourage my school to adopt water-friendly policies (particularly using both sides of a page and buying 100% post-consumer recycled paper). It takes over 10 litres of water to produce a single sheet of paper. I encourage my colleagues to take action by organizing a "What is YOUR one drop?" event.
“My one drop is to save water and take care of it by not polluting it.”
WHAT’S THE IMPACT?
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To save water, I avoid leaving the tap running needlessly. My family and I choose environmentally friendly cleaning products, and we return expired medications to the pharmacy. We take steps to save water such as fixing leaky faucets and installing faucet aerators and low-flow shower heads.
“My one drop is to use a refillable water bottle.”
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I avoid buying bottled water, which is a source of pollution. It takes three litres of water to produce one litre of bottled water! Remember that water is a common good to be enjoyed by all, not a commodity.
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Only buy things you really need.
WHAT’S THE IMPACT?
Our consumer choices impact water resources. Producing an object requires water and lots of energy (and even more water to create this energy). Even though we cannot completely avoid buying things, we can make informed choices, in line with our values and the environment, by paying special attention to our use of disposable or short-lived objects. Re-use, exchange or donate instead of purchasing or throwing away.
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