WATER ADVISORY WRAP-UP
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Newfoundland and Labrador Advisory Map
In Newfoundland and Labrador, BWAs were issued to Elliston-Big Pond due to the system undergoing maintenance or repair,
Forresters Point-Rudges Pond due to water entering the system or facility, and after a minimum 20 min contact time lacking free
chlorine residual of at least 0.3 mg/l, River of Ponds-Burnt Head Ponds due to the system undergoing maintenance or repair,
and to Churchill Falls-Smallwood Reservoir due to the disinfection system being off due to lack of chlorine or other disinfectant.
Previously issued BWAs were lifted for Bay de Verde-Island Pond, Stephenville-Wellfield, (a previously issued BWA to Laurel Drive
in Stephenville is still in effect), Hawkes Bay-Torrent River, Port au Choix-Winterhouse Pond, St Pauls-Two Mile Pond.
Manitoba Advisory Map
In Manitoba, a BWA was issued to a portion of Shoal Lake Public Water System and to Marygrove Semi-Public Water System;
advisory causes were not stated, however both are categorized as short term. Previously issued public system BWAs were lifted
for God's Lake Narrows, Norway House, Wabowden and Inglis, as well as for the area south of Morden.
Saskatchewan Advisory Map
In Saskatchewan, PDWAs were issued to a portion of Caronport due to planned maintenance, and to a portion of Sask Landing
Provincial Park due to a line break or pressure loss in the system; the advisory applies to the Golf Course Club House, Lake View
Campground, and Marina in NE Quadrant.
Ontario Advisory Map
In Ontario, a BWA was issued by HKPR District Health to Pinnacle Park & Trailer Camping Association in Grafton,
reason not stated.
Québec Advisory Map
In Québec, previously issued BWAs were lifted in Blainville, Sainte-Thérèse, Saint-Amable, Saint-Sauveur,
British Columbia Advisory Map
In British Columbia, a previously issued BWA to Fairmont Hot Springs was lifted by Corix Utilities.
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