Can I drink the tap water?

How good is the tap water in Toronto, Canada ?

200 people said "I love the tap water here", 96 people said "I drink filtered tap water", 60 people said "The tap water is not safe to drink".

All in all, 56% of folks here drink from the tap.

How good is the tap water in all of Canada?

799 people said "I drink filtered tap water", 1741 people said "I love the tap water here", 580 people said "The tap water is not safe to drink".

All in all, 56% of folks here drink from the tap.

Can you drink the tap water in Toronto then?

The tap water in Toronto is generally considered to be of high quality and safe to drink. The city's water supply comes from Lake Ontario, which undergoes extensive treatment processes to meet or exceed all provincial and federal drinking water standards. Toronto's tap water is regularly tested for various contaminants, and the results are made available to the public. However, individual preferences for taste may vary, and some people may choose to use water filters or drink bottled water instead.

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Drinking water - Toronto Forum - TripAdvisor   -Drinking water. Watch this Topic ... 2009, 11:32 AM. Hi - this may seem a daft question but can you drink the tap water in Toronto? ... Toronto. Ontario, Canada.

Drinking tap water in Canada   -Is it safe for me to refill my water bottle from tap, or should I buy bottled water every time?Specifically asking about Toronto and Montreal.Thanks ...

Is tab water drinkable in Toronto? - Toronto Forum - TripAdvisor   -Jul 9, 2017 ... Does anyone know if the tap water is drinkable in Toronto? Thanks ... Thanks for being a part of the TripAdvisor travel community! Removed on: ...

Water supply and sanitation in Canada - Wikipedia   -Toronto obtains all its drinking water from Lake Ontario. It is then treated in four treatment plants, three along the shore of the lake and ...

Can you drink Toronto tap water? - TAPP Water   -Apr 12, 2018 ... Toronto tap water comes from the bordering Lake Ontario and is perfectly safe according to Canadian standards. The City has come a long way ...

Is the tap water in Toronto good enough for making Kombucha ...   -from the city website Our water supply is subject to 'on-line' testing, continual samplings and read outs, and daily testing for bacteriological quality. Drinking ...

Tap Water - Niagara Falls Forum - TripAdvisor   -for Toronto, Isla de Vieques. Level Contributor. 4,249 posts. 61 reviews. Save Reply. 3. Re: Tap Water. May 26, 2015, 9:18 AM. Tap water in Canada is generally ...

Toronto Water - Wikipedia   -Toronto Water was created following the 1998 amalgamation of Metropolitan Toronto to run ... Prior to the 1950s, the municipalities were responsible for water treatment and water came from local water sources like wells and streams. ... The drinking water distribution system operated by Toronto Water comprises 6 pressure ...

Is it bad to not use a Brita filter and just drink tap water in Canada ...   -I've been drinking tap water in Toronto for nearly 40 years without a problem! I did use a Brita while living in Hamilton for college as I found the water there to ...

Toronto tap water : toronto   -I'm a student in Toronto for a year and I'm wondering whether the tap water is clean enough to drink or if I should buy a water...


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