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There’s an untouched corner of Canada where Whistler Glacial Water was millions of years in the making. The high peaks of British Columbia’s Coastal Mountains are home to ancient glaciers. Here, time and pressure turn snow to ice, and ice eventually becomes water. As meltwater seeps through the mountains’ compact granite, any impurities are filtered out, while minerals from the bedrock take their place. Eventually it arrives at our protected underground aquifer, where we find it perfectly pure with our unique low mineral composition.