WATER ADVISORY WRAP-UP
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Québec Advisory Map
In Québec, an aqueduct break in the Saint-Rédempteur sector of Lévis has resulted in water interruption for one street; when water is restored a preventive BWA will be in effect.
A preventive BWA was issued to a number of addresses in Rouyn-Noranda, reason not stated. A BWA was issued to a portion of one street in Laval, reason not stated. Preventive BWAs were issued in
the Montréal boroughs of Plateau-Mont-Royal and Saint-Laurent. A preventive BWA was issued in the Saint-Antoine sector of Mirabel, reason not stated. Previously issued BWAs were lifted
in Saint-Rémi and Saint-Lambert.
Saskatchewan Advisory Map
In Saskatchewan, PDWAs were issued to a portion of the Town of Gull Lake due to prolonged system depressurization, a portion of the Special Services Area of Lestock due to water line replacement,
a portion of the Town of Leader's water distribution system due to water main upgrades. Advance notice of PDWAs were issued to one block in the Town of Assiniboia due to water main repair
to be in effect Sept 21, and a portion of the Town of Wapella due to valve replacements, effective Sept 24.
Manitoba Advisory Map
In Manitoba, BWAs were issued to Russell-Binscarth Public Water System and Neepawa Public Water System, reasons not stated. Both are categorized as short term. Previously issued BWAs were
lifted for Hecla Island, Pioneer Bay Resort, Camp Morton, Lundar Beach Provincial Park, Pipestone, Bensens Big Rock Cafe.
British Columbia Advisory Map
In British Columbia, previously issued BWNs were lifted by Garibaldi Coast for Pebble Beach Prawns and Mount Seymour Resorts. Previously issued BWNS were lifted by Northern Health for Bluestain
Campground, Nordic Water Company and Red Bluff Lhtako Elementary School. Fraser Health rescinded a BWN for White Pine Beach.
Nunavut Advisory Map
In Nunavut, a previously issued precautionary BWA in Iqaluit was lifted.
Newfoundland and Labrador Advisory Map
In Newfoundland and Labrador, a BWA was issued to Campbellton-Indian Arm Brook due to the disinfection system being turned off due to maintenance or mechanical failure.
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