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2021/5/12 12pm

There were 13 new advisories issued since yesterday, 8 in SK, 1 in NL, 3 in QC, 1 in MB.

Saskatchewan Advisory Map

In Saskatchewan, PDWAs due to seasonal system startups were issued to Battlefords Provincial Park, Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, Emma Lake-Murray Point Campground. PDWAs were also issued to a portion of Assiniboia due to depressurization, Garrick due to turbidity upset, portion of Quill Lake due to water break with resulting depressurization, Town of Watrous due to planned maintenance. The City of Prince Albert issued a DWA to one block due to a watermain break.

Québec Advisory Map

In Québec, a BWA was issued to a sector in Sept-Îles due to temporary water interruption. A BWA was issued to parts of three streets in Laval, reason not stated. A preventive BWA was issued in the Plateau Mont Royal borough of Montréal. Previously issued BWAs were lifted in Mirabel, Charette and Sévère.

Manitoba Advisory Map

In Manitoba, a BWA was issued to Snow Lake Public Water System, reason not stated; the advisory is categorized as short term. A previously issued BWA was lifted for Ashern Public Water System.

Ontario Advisory Map

In Ontario, previously issued BWAs remain in effect in the following Provincial Parks: Biscotasi Lake, Fushimi Lake, Ivanhoe Lake, Kawartha Highlands, Lake Superior, MacLeod, Misery Bay, Mississagi, Neys, Pakwash, Rene Brunelle, The Shoals, White Lake.

Newfoundland and Labrador Advisory Map

In Newfoundland and Labrador, a BWA was issued to Hawkes Bay-Torrent River due to the system undergoing maintenance or repair. A previously issued BWA was lifted in Stephenville.

Alberta Advisory Map

In Alberta, a previously issued First Nation BWA was rescinded for Stoney-Bighorn Public Water System.

Tuesday, May 11, 2021 wrap-up

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