Asvisory of the Day
CHELSEA, QC: BWA AT CAMP FORTUNE SKI CENTRE
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Cold temperatures have begun to settle in across southern Canada and the winter ski season is suddenly upon us. Drinking water is an important part of the ski experience at resorts, lodges and camps.
A Boil Water Advisory (BWA) was issued for Centre de ski Camp Fortune in Chelsea, which is situated in the Outaouais region of Québec, on November 7. The list of boil and do not consume advisories compiled by Québec's Ministère de Développement durable, Environnement et Lutte contre les changement climatiques (MDDLCCC)does not note the underlying cause for advisories.
We contacted Camp Fortune for more details. Erin Boucher, Customer Service and Media Relations for the camp did not provide much information other than to say that the advisory "was a result of the recent flooding."
She added that "the water has been tested twice and all is fine." The camp states the water is fine, yet MDDLCCC still has it listed under advisory.
All is most likely fine with the water but before you hit the slopes in Chelsea be sure to check the Québec provincial BWA lists and ask questions.