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Saskatchewan Advisory Map
In Saskatchewan, PDWAs were issued to the Village of Albertville due to process failure at the water treatment facility,
Hoey Waterworks due to a power outage resulting in depressurization, a portion of Watrous Waterworks due to a line break or
pressure loss in the distribution system, a portion of Wolseley Waterworks also resulting from a line break or pressure loss
in the system, and to a portion of Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park due to seasonal system start-up. The City of Prince Albert
issued a DWA to a limited area due to water line repair. A previously issued PDWA in the Town of Vibank was lifted. First Nation
BWAs were issued to Ahtahkakoop Cree Public Water System, Big Island Lake Cree PWS, and Peter Ballantyne Cree-Kinoosao Thomas
Clark PWS, while previously issued First Nation BWAs were lifted for Buffalo River Dene PWS and for English River-La Plonge PWS.
In the Town of Naicam, scheduled repairs to the water treatment plant distribution system are in effect today. Residents are
advised that they may experience low water pressure and discolored water however no drinking water advisory has been issued.
Newfoundland and Labrador Advisory Map
In Newfoundland and Labrador, BWAs were issued to St. Mary's Harbour due to water entering the system or facility,
and after a minimum 20 minute contact time, lacking free chlorine residual of at least 0.3 mg/l, St Paul's-Two Mile
Pond due to the system undergoing maintenance or repair, and to Bay de Verde-Island Pond due to the disinfection system being
turned off due to malfunction or repair. Previously issued BWAs were rescinded for Mackinsons and Norris Point. In the Town of
Stephenville, a previously issued BWA has been expanded to include a larger area under advisory; the original advisory was
issued due to water main repairs.
British Columbia Advisory Map
In British Columbia, a WQA was issued by the Regional District of North Okanagan to the Mabel Lake Water Utility
due to elevated turbidity levels. A BWN was issued by Garibaldi Coast, to Pebble Beach Prawns (Powell River) due to
water treatment failure or malfunction with insufficient water treatment. Advance notice of a BWN was issued by the
Regional District Central Kootenay (RDCK) to West Robson Water Service along Jones Rd, effective June 3rd, due to
stand pipe installation. RDCK also issued a BWN to Erickson Water System due to emergency water main repairs. A previously
issued BWN to Sasquatch Provincial Park-Deer Lake, was lifted by Fraser Health.
Québec Advisory Map
In Québec, a BWA was issued to the City of Brossard due to the presence of coliforms in the aqueduct system.
A BWA was issued to a number of residences on one street in the Municipality of Brébeuf due to an aqueduct break.
In Val-David, a BWA was issued to a number of streets due to work that caused a valve break. A preventive BWA was issued
to all residents in Fossambault-sur-le-Lac due to an aqueduct break. Previously issued BWAs were rescinded in Montmagny,
Bromont, Sainte-Catherine, Rouyn-Noranda, Saint-Damien-de-Buckland, Sutton, Sainte-Anne-de-Sorel. A First Nation BWA was
issued to Innu-Matimekush-MAT Public Water System (a portion only).
Ontario Advisory Map
In Ontario, a previously issued BWA in Pickle Lake was lifted. First Nation BWAs were issued to Naicatchewenin Public
Water System and to Mitaanjigamiing PWS, while previously issued First Nation BWAs to Fort Albany PWS and Kee-way-win PWS
Manitoba Advisory Map
In Manitoba, BWAs were issued to Cormorant North Public Water System and to the Cascade Colony (MacGregor),
Semi-Public System; advisory causes were not stated however both are categorized as short term.
Alberta Advisory Map
In Alberta, previously issued First Nation BWAs were rescinded for Enoch Cree-River Cree Public Water System, Little Red
River-Garden River PWS, Sunchild-New Subdivision PWS, Tallcree-Fort Vermilion PWS.
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