Canada’s always, frankly, seemed to have a sort of politely understated superiority to the United States. Consider their health care system, for example, and sweaters.
Now comes news that they’re also measurably better than us when it comes to managing their water:
“One-half of Canadians (51%) limit their shower time to eight minutes or less, while fewer than one-in-three Americans (32%) do so.”
They’re more likely to fix leaks and water in the evening rather than during the day, when evaporation is higher.