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Dear tomorrow,

An action I will be contributing to the future of Canada’s global, and the health of the world is to take fewer showers. I know at least every time I take one I’m using so much water, so I should be cutting out of that starting today. Secondly, something else I can start doing is going for fewer drives if a store or place is somewhat near me. This can help big time for pollution and if everyone did this that’d be a huge change.

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