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Québec Advisory Map
In Québec, BWAs were issued in Saint-Thérèse and Blainville due to coliforms having been detected
in water samples. A BWA was issued to a number of residences on one street in Saint-Amable due to a network break caused
by street work. Previously issued BWAs were rescinded in Val-David, Papineauville and the Montréal borough of Saint-Laurent.
British Columbia Advisory Map
In British Columbia, Fraser Health issued a BWN to Koffee Kettle Cafe (Agassiz) due to unacceptable levels of
microbiological contamination detected in the drinking water supply. Northern Health issued a BWN to Anzac Camp
(Bear Lake) due to the water having been shut off and just opened by the operator. A previously issued WQA to Lakeview/Rose
Valley Water System was lifted by the City of West Kelowna.
Nova Scotia Advisory Map
In Nova Scotia, BWAs were issued to Wayside Campground while two BWAs were issued to Wayside RV Park, one to
Well #1 and one to Well #2.
Saskatchewan Advisory Map
In Saskatchewan, Advance notices of PDWAs were issued in the Town of Moosomin, effective June 1, and the Village of
McLean, effective June 2; both advisories are due to planned maintenance. Previously issued PDWAs were lifted for Sandy Bay
Campground, Town of Kinistino, Hoey Waterworks, Village of Albertville, Greenbryre Utility Corp, Interlake Regional Water,
Town of Wakaw, RM Estevan, Duck Lake, Poplar Beach Campground.
Newfoundland and Labrador Advisory Map
In Newfoundland and Labrador, a BWA was issued to Pacquet-Big Brook due to water entering the system or facility,
and after minimum 20 min contact time lacking free chlorine residual of at least 0.3 mg/l or equivalent CT value.
Manitoba Advisory Map
In Manitoba, a BWA was issued to River Creek Estates Building 2, Semi-Public Water System, reason not stated.
The advisory is categorized as short term. Previously issued BWAs were lifted for both Victoria and Albert Beaches.
Ontario Advisory Map
In Ontario, a previously issued BWA to Creg Quay Water System was lifted by Eastern Ontario Health.
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