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HORSE LAKE FIRST NATION, AB: NEW WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM BRINGS SAFE WATER TO COMMUNITY

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2018/9/20 12:00 pm In Québec, in the City of Shawinigan, a partial preventive BWA (Boil Water Advisory) was issued to residents of the Turtle Lake area due to an aqueduct break.
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First Nation water
2018/9/13

IQALUIT,NU: CONSTRUCTION WILL CAUSE WATER SHUT OFF AND BWAS

Major construction in Iqualuit has resulted in 48 hour long precautionary boil water advisories (PBWAs) and water outages for more than 2000 of their 7740 residents.
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First Nation water
2018/9/7

LAST LONG-TERM BWA IN ALBERTA FIRST NATIONS TO END SOON

The last long-term boil water advisory (BWA) among First Nation communities in Alberta will soon be put to an end. The project is part of the Federal Government's commitment to end all long term BWA's in First Nation communities by March 2021.
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Advisory of the day
2018/8/24

UPDATE SAINT-BERNARD, QC: THE INVESTIGATION CONTINUES, NO NEW CASES OF INFECTION

Last month WaterToday reported on the situation in Saint-Bernard, Québec, where the municipality's water supply had possibly been compromised with campylobacter contamination.
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Conservation
2018/8/23

STEPHENVILLE, NL: BWA CAUSED BY REPLACEMENT OF AGED INFRASTRUCTUR

The Town of Stephenville issued a boil water advisory (BWA) on August 9 due to major construction that will replace aged infrastructure and improve stormwater drainage in some parts of town.
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Conservation
2018/8/23

NORTH BAY-MATTAWA ISSUES LOW WATER ADVISORY AFTER HOT DRY SUMMER

On August 22, 2018, the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority (NBMCA) issued a Level 1 Low Water Advisory "for all areas in its jurisdiction."
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Advisory of the day
2018/8/16

TLA-O-QUI-AHT FIRST NATION GETS NEW WATER SUPPLY

An agreement between the federal government and the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation will be bringing clean water to both the Tla-o-qui-aht communities of Esowista and Ty-Histanis and the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve.
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Advisory of the day
2018/8/16

MUSKOKA LAKES, ON: BLUE-GREEN ALGAE BLOOMS CONFIRMED IN TWO LAKES

Blue-green algae have affected two lakes in the Township of Muskoka Lakes, Ontario. Three Mile Lake and Clark Falls - Lake Rosseau, were reported on July 31 and August 17 respectfully by the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit (SMDHU).
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Advisory of the day
2018/8/16

TORONTO FLOODING CAUSED SEWAGE TO OVERFLOW INTO HARBOUR

Toronto experienced heavy rain last week that flooded parts of North York and downtown, halted subway and bus service, closed roads, delayed flights, caused thousands of homes to lose power and even left drivers stranded in their vehicles.
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Advisory of the day
2018/8/15

HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, NL: BWA DUE TO MAJOR UPDATES IN DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

The City of Happy Valley-Goose Bay issued a boil water advisory (BWA) on August 9 for several areas due to significant work taking place on their water distribution system.
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Advisory of the day
2018/8/6

ST. MARGARET'S, NB: BWA CAUSED BY LOSS OF PRESSURE DURING CONSTRUCTION

On August 2 a boil water advisory (BWA) was issued for the community of St. Margaret's in eastern New Brunswick due to a loss of pressure during construction.
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Advisory of the day
2018/7/27

SAINT-BERNARD, QC: DRINKING WATER COULD BE CAUSE OF CAMPYLOBACTER INFECTIONS - 10 HOSPITALIZED

The Municipalité de Saint-Bernard, in the Chaudière-Appalaches region of Québec issued a boil water advisory (BWA) on July 17, 2018.
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Advisory of the day
2018/7/27

LETHBRIDGE, AB: BWA LIKELY CAUSED BY TAMPERING

A boil water advisory (BWA) issued for parts of Lethbridge County in southern Alberta is being audited by the Lethbridge North County Potable Water Co-op.
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Wastewater
2018/7/23

LUNENBURG, NS THREATENED BY ONGOING FECAL BACTERIA PROBLEM IN HARBOUR

The picturesque town of Lunenburg on the south shore of Nova Scotia has been overcome with high levels of bacteria in its harbour for the last few years.
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Blue-green algae
2018/7/20

TORONTO, ON: BLUE-GREEN ALGAE BLOOM AT MOUTH OF MIMICO CREEK

In a news release on July 17, 2018, Toronto Public Health (TPH) Had "received confirmation from the Ministry of the Environment. Conservation and Parks of the presence of blue-green algae blooms at the mouth of Mimico Creek and in Humber Bay Park East.
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Wastewater
2018/7/20

HAMILTON, ON: MALFUNCTION CAUSES SEWAGE TO LEAK INTO CHEDOKE CREEK

City staff at Hamilton Water in Ontario have discovered the cause of water contamination in the area of Chedoke Creek and Princess Point and are actively cleaning and testing the water.
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First Nation water
2018/7/19

PAQTNKEK MI'KMAW NATION ON WATER SHORTAGE UNTIL END OF AUGUST

The Mi'kmaw community of Paqtnkek has been on a water shortage for two weeks. Residents have been asked to use water sparingly until further notice.
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Beaches
2018/7/18

QUEENSLAND BEACH, NS: DO NOT SWIM ADVISORY DUE TO ENTEROCOCCI

Nova Scotia Lifeguard Services expects those looking for a swim in the Halifax area will be able to return to Queensland Beach in Hubbards as of Wednesday afternoon.
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Beaches
2018/7/13

THUNDER BAY CITY BEACHES UNDER PERMANENT SWIMMING ADVISORIES

Those looking for a place to swim in the Thunder Bay region should make the time to drive out of the city. The presence of E. coli in the water at city beaches has become so common that the Thunder Bay District Health Unit has posted permanent swimming advisories.
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Beaches
2018/7/13

HASSE LAKE, AB: DO NOT SWIM ADVISORY DUE TO FECAL CONTAMINATION

A water quality advisory was issued for Hasse Lake in Parkland County, Alberta on July 6. The Edmonton Zone of Alberta Health Services (AHS) has deemed the water unfit to swim or wade in.
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Blue-green algae
2018/7/12

BLUE-GREEN ADVISORY ISSUED FOR SASKATCHEWAN TO KEEP POPULATION VIGILANT

On Friday, July 6 the Water Security Agency (WSA)along with the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health issued an advisory for blue-green algae. The notice explained the conditions under which blooms or heavy concentrations will form, as well as their appearance.
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Advisory of the day
2018/7/11

SAINT-CLET, QC: WATER ISSUES LEAD TO EXTENSION OF BWA

The Municipalité de Saint-Clet, in Québec's Montérégie Region, has been under a boil water advisory (BWA) since July 3.
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Advisory of the day
2018/7/10

LETHBRIDGE COUNTY, AB: WATER LINE LEAK CAUSES BWA FOR RURAL RESIDENTS

A boil water advisory (BWA) was issued on July 5 for rural residents in parts of Lethbridge County, Alberta.
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Contamination
2018/7/6

TOWNSHIP OF SCUGOG, ON: PUBLIC ALERTED TO THE POTENTIAL FOR BLUE-GREEN ALGAE BLOOMS

On July 3 the Township of Scugog, in the Regional Municipality of Durham in Ontario, released news that the Durham Region Health Department had "been advised by the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks (MOECP)
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Contamination
2018/7/3

SASKATOON, SK: HYDROCARBONS IN FIRE HYDRANTS EXPENSIVE TO REPAIR

The Saskatchewan city of Saskatoon took a $1.75 million hit to its budget in January and May due to hydrocarbon pollution found in some fire hydrants.
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Advisory of the day
2018/6/26

WEYBURN, SK: PDWA AND WATER CONSERVATION ALERT CAUSED BY PUMP FAILURES

The Water Security Agency of Saskatchewan issued a precautionary drinking water advisory (PDWA) for the town of Weyburn on June 23 due to technical issues at the water treatment plant.
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Advisory of the day
2018/6/22

STANDOFF, AB: 5 BWAS IN UNDER A MONTH UNRELATED TO EACH OTHER

A boil water advisory for Stand Off Alberta was issued on June 11 due to high turbidity levels in the water.
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Advisory of the day
2018/6/22

RENFREW, ON: PBWA DUE TO WATER MAIN BREAK, NOW LIFTED

The Town of Renfrew in Eastern Ontario issued a Precautionary Boil Water Advisory (PBWA) on June 18 due to a main break that initially caused a water outage for part of the town.
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Advisory of the day
2018/6/21

MUNICIPALITY OF BURY, QC: REPAIR WORK ON LEAK BEHIND BWA

The Municipality of Bury, in Québec's Estrie Region, has been under has been under a boil water advisory (BWA) since June 19, 2018.
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Advisory of the day
2018/6/18

SAINT-ALEXIS-DES-MONTS, QC: BWA DUE TO ENTEROCOCCUS BACTERIA

A boil water advisory was issued for the town of Saint-Alexis-des-Monts, Québec on June 15 due to the presence of Enterococcus bacteria in the municipality's water distribution centre.
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First Nation water
2018/6/15

LONG TERM BWAS IN 2 FIRST NATIONS REMAIN IN EFFECT PAST DEADLINE

Two First Nation communities continue to have to boil their drinking water after the scheduled deadline to have the boil water advisories (BWAs) lifted by has come and gone.
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Beaches
6/15/2015

METTAWAS BEACH, ONTARIO MAY RE-OPEN AFTER TEST RESULTS

If test results taken this Monday come back negative for E.coli bacteria in Mettawas Beach in Ontario, it'll be safe to go back into the water in a few days, said Phil Wong, environmental health manager for the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit.
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2018/6/11 Advisory of the day

MEATH PARK, SK: VANDALISM LEADS TO DO NOT DRINK ADVISORY

Meath Park village residents in Saskatchewan were advised June 5 not to drink the water until test results come back to determine if a foreign substance was put into the water.
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2018/6/8 Advisory of the Day

VERNON, BC: NINE-YEAR BOIL WATER ADVISORY FINALLY COMES TO AN END

Sunnybrae neighbourhood residents in Vernon, B.C. are undoubtedly breathing a sigh of relief after a boil water advisory (BWA) in place for nine years was lifted May 25. .../more


2018/6/2 Chemical Spills

SEPT ÎLES, QC: IRON ORE-CONTAMINATED WATER SPILLS INTO BAY

On June 2 a large amount of iron ore-contaminated water spilled into the Bay of Sept-Îles, at the site of the Rio Tinto Iron Ore Company mining company's wharf.
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2018/6/7 Advisory of the Day

WINNIPEG HOSTING ANNUAL WESTERN CANADA WATER CONFERENCE

An estimated 350 delegates are expected to attend the 70th Western Canada Water Annual Conference in Winnipeg, MB from Sept. 18 to 21.
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2018/6/5 Advisory of the Day

SAINT-PAULIN, QC: BWA AT LE BALUCHON ECO RESORT ISSUED AFTER HEAVY RAINS

On May 27, a boil water advisory (BWA) was issued for Le Baluchon Eco Resort in Saint-Paulin, Québec. The Ministère du Développement durable, Environnement et Lutte contre les changements climatiques (MDDELCC) published lists offered no further information on what affected the water quality at the resort.
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2018/6/3 Advisory of the Day

RED DEER, AB: CITY ENCOURAGES WATER CONSERVATION BY PICKING UP SOME OF THE COST

As an incentive to conserve water, the city of Red Deer, AB is offering to cover the cost of a rain barrel with its annual Rain Barrel Rebate Program.
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2018/6/2 Advisory of the Day

ITUNA, SK: PDWA ONLY PART OF THE TOWN'S WOES

On May 24 Saskatchewan's Water Security Agency (WSA) published a precautionary drinking water advisory (PDWA) for users of the water supply of the Town of Ituna. The PDWA was issued "due to the Town's water treatment plant [being] unable to keep up with the current water demand."
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2018/5/31 Advisory of the Day

ST. LUNAIRE GRIQUET: TOWN UNDER TWO BWAS

The town of St. Lunaire-Griquet in northern Newfoundland is currently under two boil water advisories (BWAs).. One was issued on May 23 for Joe's Pond due to repairs on the distribution system. The second was issued for Lookout Brook on May 25 due to the presence of E. coli.
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2018/5/26 Advisory of the Day

MORDEN, MB: RESIDENTS ADVISED TO STOCK UP ON TAP WATER AHEAD OF WATER REPAIRS

Residents of the Loren Drive East area in Morden, MB are under a Boil Water Advisory (BWA) as the city installs some new equipment the evening of May 30.
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2018/5/26 Advisory of the Day

SAINT-MARCELLIN, QC: BWA IN COMMUNITY CENTRE CAUSED BY DEFECTIVE UV LAMP

The town of Saint-Marcellin in Québec issued a boil water advisory for its community centre on May 10 2018. The parish municipality is located near the town of Rimouski on the south side of the St. Lawrence River.
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2018/5/30 Flooding

MERRITT, BC: EVACUATION ORDERS RESCINDED

Three outstanding evacuation orders caused by flooding issued May 17 in Merritt, B.C. were rescinded by May 25.
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2018/5/26 Advisory of the Day

LA TUQUE, QC: WATER SERVICE INTERRUPTION ON MAY 29 AND 30

All residents and businesses in the municipality of La Tuque will have their water service cut on May 29 and 30 due to planned works in the city's water network.
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2018/5/25 Advisory of the Day

CORNER BROOK, NL: BWAS DUE TO CAPITAL WORKS IMPROVEMENTS ON DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

On May 24, 2018 the City of Corner Brook in Newfoundland notified residents and businesses that a precautionary boil water advisory (PBWA) was taking place. The city issued a press release citing Capital Works improvements to the water distribution system as the cause.
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2018/5/25 Advisory of the Day

AUBURN, NS: BWA IN BURT MCKNIGHT'S GROCERY LIMITED

A boil water advisory (BWA) for Burt McKnight's Grocery Limited in Auburn, Nova Scotia was issued on May 11, 2018. Besides providing some grocery items for the community, the store is also the Canada Post outlet and has an apartment above it.
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2018/5/18 Advisory of the Day

NAICATCHEWENIN FIRST NATION, ON: BWA DUE TO PUMP FAILURE

On May 20, a precautionary Boil Water Advisory (BWA) was issued by Health Canada for the Naicatchewenin First Nation. The cause behind the precautionary Boil Water Advisory is emergency repairs done at the water treatment plant due to a pump failure on Sunday, May 20.
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2018/5/23 Advisory of the Day

SAINT-FRANÇOIS-DU-LAC, QC: BWA DUE TO IMPROVEMENT WORKS

On May 22, the municipality of Saint-François-du-Lac issued a preventive Boil Water Advisory (BWA) for all residents due to planned works.
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2018/5/23 Beaches

NEW BRUNSWICK MONITORING PROTOCOL EXPANDED TO 8 PROVINCIAL PARK BEACHES

New Brunswick's Health Department announced on May 18 that they would expand their water monitoring protocol to eight provincial park beaches. Before that swimmers had no way of knowing the state of the water quality with the exception of Parlee and Murray Beaches.
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2018/5/23 Advisory of the Day

OSOYOOS, BC SLOWLY RECOVERING FROM FLOODING

The town of Osoyoos, B.C. is working to have evacuated residents return home.
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2018/5/23 Advisory of the Day

SOUTH SLAVE, NT: HIGH TURBIDITY DUE TO SPRING MELT

The Office of the Chief Public Health Officer of the Northwest Territories issued a precautionary Boil Water Advisory for all residents in Hay River, K'atl'odeeche First Nation, Enterprise and Kakisa, on May 17.
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2018/5/20 Flooding

FLOODED B.C. HOMEOWNERS HAVE NO INTENTION OF MOVING

A sturdy sea container at the back of the Boundary Extreme Weather Centre in Grand Forks, B.C. is full of recycled clothes donated to help victims of the flood that hit the city one week ago.
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2018/5/18 Advisory of the Day

ROUYN-NORANDA, QC: BWA DUE TO MAINTENANCE WORK

A precautionary Boil Water Advisory (BWA) was issued on May 17 in the city of Rouyn-Noranda due to planned maintenance works in the city's sewer system.
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2018/5/17 Advisory of the Day

MEADOW LAKE AND FLYING DUST FIRST NATION, SK: HIGH TURBIDITY LEVELS IN WATER FROM MEADOW RIVER

On May 17 the Saskatchewan Water Security Agency issued a Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory (PDWA) for the city of Meadow Lake and Flying Dust First Nation. The advisory affects all residents in the two communities.
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2018/5/17 Advisory of the Day

BELLE COTE, NS: TOTAL COLIFORMS CAUSE BWA AT BELLE VIEW RESTAURANT

A boil water advisory (BWA) was issued on May 2 2018 for the Belle View Restaurant in Belle Cote, Nova Scotia. Located in Western Cape Breton Island, Belle Cote is a small village on the mouth of the Margaree River.
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2018/5/16 Advisory of the Day

HAMILTON, ON: BAYFRONT PARK BEACH CLOSED FOR A THIRD CONSECUTIVE YEAR

For a third consecutive year Bayfront Park beach will be closed because of high E. coli levels and Blue-green algae.
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2018/5/15 Advisory of the Day

NEW BRUNSWICK FLOODWATERS MAY HAVE MADE WILD EDIBLE PLANTS UNSAFE TO EAT

On May 14, New Brunswick Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Jennifer Russell released a statement cautioning that wild edible plants may be contaminated by floodwaters.
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2018/5/15 Advisory of the Day

ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE, AB: KEEPING WELL WATER SAFE FOCUS OF WORKSHOPS

A water well workshop for farmers, ranchers, and acreage owners will be held at Rocky Mountain House May 31.
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2018/5/15 Advisory of the Day

SUCKER CREEK RESERVE, AB: THREE-YEAR BWA STILL IN PLACE

A Boil Water Advisory put in place February 2015 at Ray's Gas Bar on the Sucker Creek First Nation Reserve at Lesser Slave Lake is still in force. It will probably remain valid for some time.
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2018/5/12 Advisory of the Day

MONTRÉAL, QC: CHEMICAL SPILL PROMPTS DO NOT USE WATER ADVISORY

A chemical spill from a building`s cooling system required the city of Montreal to issue a Do Not Use Water advisory for a busy downtown area.
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2018/5/11 Oil Spill

LÉVIS, QC: LIBERIAN TANKER NOT THE SOURCE OF FUEL LEAK

On April 26th, WaterToday reported on a small fuel leak that occurred in Lévis, Québec. The tanker ship, M/T Falcon Nostos, was believed to be the source of that leak.
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2018/5/11 Advisory of the Day

OSOYOOS B.C. MODERNIZING WATER SUPPLY

This may be the last year the town of Osoyoos, B.C., population 5,000, has a six-month boil water advisory (BWA) affecting domestic water customers from April 1 to November 16.
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2018/5/11 Advisory of the Day

SALT SPRING ISLAND BC: BOIL WATER ADVISORY MAY BE SHORT

A boil water advisory (BWA) issued Monday afternoon for the Capital Regional District on Salt Spring Island will be suspended as soon as possible. The BWA was in response to possible contaminants in the water that is undergoing testing.
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2018/5/11 Advisory of the Day

ST. BRIEUX, SK: PRECAUTIONARY DRINKING WATER ADVISORY (PDWA)

A Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory (PDWA) was issued on May 8 in the town of St. Brieux.The advisory issued by Saskatchewan's Water Security Agency is in effect for residents who live at 200-209 Park Place, 100-114 Barbier Drive, 100-108 on 1st Ave W, and all properties west of the train tracks.
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2018/5/8 Advisory of the Day

MIDDLE MUSQUODOBOIT, NS: BWA AT HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH

Nova Scotia Environment issued a boil water advisory (BWA) for the Holy Cross Catholic Church in Middle Musquodoboit on April 25 2018.
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2018/5/6 First Nation Drinking Water

BOUCHERVILLE, QC: PREVENTIVE BWA AFFECTING 183 RESIDENTS DUE TO PLANNED WORKS

A preventive Boil Water Advisory (BWA) was issued on May 4 in the city of Boucherville affecting 183 residents.
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2018/5/6 First Nation Drinking Water

WHITEFISH FIRST NATION, AB: LONG STANDING BWA TO CONTINUE

Whitefish Lake First Nation #128, in northern Alberta, is located 220 kilometres northeast of Edmonton and has a population of 2,378. Carl Bull`s Gas and Mini Mart, a small convenience store and gas bar in the community, will continue to have a Boil Water Advisory (BWA) in place for the foreseeable future.
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2018/5/4 Advisory of the day

RODDICKTON-BIDE ARM, NL: BWA DUE TO MAINTENANCE

A boil water advisory (BWA) was issued on Monday April 30, 2018 for the community of Roddickton-Bide Arm on the Northern peninsula of Newfoundland.
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2018/5/3 Advisory of the day

BERWICK, NS: BWA IN LEGION DUE TO COLIFORMS AND E. COLI

Nova Scotia Environment issued a boil water advisory for the Royal Canadian Legion Branch in the town of Berwick Nova Scotia on March 15 2018. Berwick is a town of 2509 people situated in Kings County in eastern Annapolis Valley along the Cornwallis River.
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2018/4/30 Advisory of the day

VILLAGE OF ASHCROFT, BC: ANNUAL TURBIDITY PROBLEMS BEHIND BWN

On April 26, 2018, a Boil Water Notice (BWN) was issued for the Village of Ashcroft in British Columbia. Interior Health listed the cause as being "excessive turbidity compromising treatment and water quality."
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2018/4/30 Advisory of the day

VILLAGE OF MEACHAM, MB: PDWA TO BE LIFTED SOME TIME TODAY

The Village of Meacham has been under a Precautionary Boil Water Advisory (PDWA) since April 30, 2018. The reasons given for the order were both operational and water quality related.
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2018/4/30 Flooding

WATER LEVELS ALONG ST.JOHN RIVER FORECASTED TO INCREASE

Rising water levels in several New Brunswick rivers has led to flooding and road closures in various parts of the province over the last four days.
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2018/4/30 Flooding

SPRING FLOODING IN QUÉBEC, WEEDON ORDERS EVACUATION

Spring 2017 saw several areas of Québec it hard by flood waters, and many rivers and waterways are under surveillance as some have already left their banks.
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2018/4/30 Flooding

FREDERICTON, NB: SAINT JOHN RIVER LEAVING ITS BANKS

The spring thaw has water levels rising in many parts of Canada. New Brunswick and Fredericton, in particular, have been affected by the rising temperatures and melting snow and ice.
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2018/4/26 Advisory of the day

LÉVIS, QC: SMALL FUEL LEAK IN ST. LAWRENCE RIVER

Fuel leaked into the St. Lawrence River on April 25, 2018, coming from a tanker ship docked at Valero Energy's Jean-Gaulin refinery in Lévis, Québec.
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ADVISORIES
boil water, do not consume,
blue-green algae, water shortage

2018/9/ 21

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Cold Lake First Nation, AB - 9/13/2018
 Deerhaven Estates Waterworks, AB - 9/14/2018
 Lethbridge, AB - 9/18/2018
 Red Deer, AB - 9/18/2018
 Upper Halfway, BC - 9/14/2018
 Grandview Beach, SK - 9/20/2018
 Cole Bay, SK - 9/15/2018
 Meath Park, SK - 9/18/2018
 St. Louis Waterworks, SK - 9/18/2018
 Landis, SK - 9/17/2018
 Greenwater Lake Provincial Park, SK - 9/18/2018
 Dysart, SK - 9/19/2018
 Togo, SK - 9/20/2018
 Lanigan, SK - 9/20/2018
 Nokomis , SK - 9/20/2018
 Rosebank Colony, MB - 9/20/2018
 Snow Lake, MB - 9/16/2018
 Six Nations of Grand River First Nation, ON - 9/13/2018
 Roberts Lake, ON - 9/18/2018
 Lions Head (2), ON - 9/12/2018
 Silent Valley Cottage & RV Resort, ON - 9/14/2018
 Kemble United Church, ON - 9/17/2018
 Tilden Lake, ON - 9/19/2018
 Lac Seul First Nation, ON - 9/17/2018
 Owen Sound, ON - 9/19/2018
 Saint-Ubalde, QC - 9/20/2018
 Hatley, QC - 9/17/2018
 Trois-Pistoles, QC - 9/19/2018
 Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, QC - 9/20/2018
 Saint-Hubert, QC - 9/20/2018
 Val Neigette, QC - 9/14/2018
 Kelleys Cove, NS - 9/13/2018
 River John, NS - 9/13/2018
 North Kentville, NS - 9/18/2018
 Granville Ferry, NS - 9/19/2018
 Advocate Harbour, NS - 9/19/2018
 Point Leamington, NL - 9/19/2018
 Forresters Point, NL - 9/19/2018
 Hopedale, NL - 9/20/2018
 Port au Port East, NL - 9/20/2018
 St Lunaire Griquet, NL - 9/11/2018









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FIRST NATION & INUIT



2018/9/20

Health Canada has published its latest report on short-term water advisories which are issued for temporary water quality issues on specific water systems.

As of September 20, 2018, there were 34 short-term Drinking Water Advisories (DWA) in effect in First Nations communities across Canada, excluding BC; and 1 in BC issued by the First Nation Health Authiority (FNHA)

The short-term advisoires in each province are listed below.

Long-term advisories - advisories that have been in place for more than a year - are now listed by Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) along with a targeted resolution date.

Below we list the recently added long-term advisories as well as those that should be resolved by the end of September 2018.





FIRST NATIONS & INUIT SHORT-TERM WATER ADVISORIES


ATLANTIC - 0



QUÉBEC - 0




ONTARIO -13

Public Water Systems

bullet Mishkeegogamang 63A Public Water System
bullet Deer Lake Public Water System
bullet Moose Cree Public Water System
bullet Slate Falls PWS
bullet Kashechewan Public Water System
bullet Whitesand Public Water System
bullet Lac Seul, Whitefish Bay Public Water System

Semi-Public Water Systems

bullet Hiawatha Youth Centre Semi-Public Water System
bullet Hiawatha Park Campground Semi-Public Water System
bullet Chippewas of Rama, Black River Wilderness Park Semi-Public Water System
bullet Six Nations of Grand River, Little & Littler Treasures Child Care Semi-Public WS
bullet Saugeen Health Clinic Semi-Public Water System
bullet Saugeen School Semi-Public Water System-NT


MANITOBA - 5

Public Water Systems

bullet Fox Lake (Bird) Public Water System
bullet Garden Hill First Nation, Public Water System

Semi-Public Water Systems

bullet Pinaymootang IRTC Semi-Public Water System
bullet Pinaymootang ACFS Semi-Public Water System
bullet Red Sucker Lake First Nation, Band Office Semi-Public Water System


SASKATCHEWAN - 10

Public Water Systems

bullet Stony Rapids
bullet Nekaneet-Upper Camp
bullet Makwa Sahgaiehcan Public Water System
bullet Buffalo River Dene Nation Public Water System
bullet Standing Buffalo First Nation,Public Water System
bullet Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation, Deschambault Public Water System
bullet Red Pheasant Cree Nation Public Water System
bullet Ministikwan Lake Cree Nation, Public Water System
bullet Birch Narrows Dene Nation, Turnor Lake NO. 193B / Birch Narrows Public Water System
bullet Wa-Pii-Moos-Tosis No.83


ALBERTA - 6

Public Water Systems
bullet Sunchild New Subdivision Public Water system

Semi-Public Water Systems

bullet Dene Tha`Bushe, Winbert Didzena Memorial Centre Semi-Public Water Supply
bullet Cold Lake First Nation, English Bay Community Centre Semi-Public Water System
bullet Woodland First Nation, Marten Lake Community Hall Semi-Public Water System
bullet Sucker Creek Multi-Purpose Complex and Health Centre Semi-Public Water System
bullet Sucker Creek Ruby's Gas Bar Semi-Public Water Supply


BRITISH COLUMBIA - 1


Public Water Systems

bullet Adams Lake Doug Arnouse CWS




LONG-TERM DRINKING WATER ADVISORIES EXPECTED TO BE LIFTED IN SEPTEMBER 2018

ONTARIO

bullet Weenusk (Peawanuck) PWS

bullet Big Grassy PWS

bullet Lac La Croix PWS

bullet North Spirit Lake PWS

bullet Washagamis Bay East and Bay West PWS (2 bwas)

bullet Pikangikum PWS

MANITOBA

bullet Canupawakpa Community Complex Semi-Public WS

BRITISH COLUMBIA

bullet Alexis Creek, Michel Gardens Community WS bullet Tl'atzen, Middle River Community Water System

SASKATCHEWAN

bullet Peepeekisis: Poitras Well and PWS (2 bwas)

bullet Fond de Lac Denesuline PWS






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2018/2/1 Blue-green algae

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2018/1/29 Geoengineering

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2018/1/21 Contamination

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2018/1/19
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2018/1/11
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2018//2/1
Bottled Water

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2018/1/10
Bottled water

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2018/1/2
Bottled water

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2018/1/2
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2018/1/5
Advisories

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NOVA SCOTIA
NEW BRUNSWICK
QUÉBEC
ONTARIO
MANITOBA
SASKATCHEWAN
ALBERTA
BRITISH COLUMBIA
THE NORTH

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2017/12/23
Blue-green algae

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2017/12/21
Renewables

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2017/12/20
Climate Change

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2017/12/19
Renewables

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2017/12/18
First Nation Housing

AFAC PUSH FOR CREATION OF INDEPENDENT INDIGENOUS FIRE MARSHALL OFFICE

2017/12/19
Contamination

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2017/12/14
Contamination

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