Canada must confirm it has a healthy supply of water for centuries to come while allowing Canadians the ability to access the amount they need. All of this must be confirmed prior to any talks regarding the sale or sharing of water. However, the economic and ethical impact of allowing other areas to “dry up” would affect Canada dramatically. Therefore, areas such as the southwestern United States, where crops are being grown in unorthodox areas must pay more for water. This is due to this relationship being unsustainable and will also allow Canada’s farming industry to grow, with a sustainable amount of water. Economic prosperity would help improve its charitable efforts abroad supplying water and care for developing nations. Canada could use its water to boycott nations where human rights are ignored, in order to put pressure for reformation in the area.
Before any talks begin regarding the sale or sharing of Canada’s water takes place, Canada must take care of the...