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[Real Canadian Superstore] (May 7th - May 13th) Real Canadian Natural Spring Water (24x500mL) $1.68 (Limit 2)

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[Real Canadian Superstore] (May 7th - May 13th) Real Canadian Natural Spring Water (24x500mL) $1.68 (Limit 2)

Real Canadian Natural Spring Water
24 x 500mL
$1.68 (Limit 2)
May 7th - May 13th
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Apr 24, 2010
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Save the planet, buy a water bottle instead.
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Jan 20, 2006
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Covid-19 pretty much killed hoarding now.
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MISSISSAUGA
Please do not buy plastic bottles. Plastics are polymers meaning they are compounds of many elements. It takes 700 years to recycle plastics hence there is every chance that these water bottles that you are using will remain in the ecosystem and then ultimately enter your body or the future generations . Plastics are large chemical compounds , the same principle found in cell mutation responsible for cancer .Stop using plastic bottles and prevent a cause for cancer.
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Apr 6, 2017
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Straight out of the tap. You are paying for a bottle and a cap.
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tfong010 wrote: Straight out of the tap. You are paying for a bottle and a cap.
Tastes a lot better than the chlorinated tasting crap that comes out of my tap
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Got a filter in my fridge that's good for 800L and cost me only $24. That's 1600 plastic bottles saved right there. Imagine a million households saving that many bottles. Be smart. There are plenty of alternatives to destroying the planet in such a lazy manner.
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Was at Loblaws in Markham and they were $0.99 for 24 bottles of 500ml.

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