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There were 15 new advisories issued since Friday : 7 in QC, 4 in BC, 3 in ON, 1 in MB.
British Columbia Advisory Map
In British Columbia, Interior Health issued Water Quality Advisories to Horsefly Community Hall due to unacceptable water quality results (microbiological), Noahs Ark Resort (Revelstoke)
due to chemical and physical water quality parameters in excess of acceptable concentrations, Vavenby Community Water Service due to excessive turbidity compromising treatment and water quality.
IH issued a BWN to Gold Bridge Water System due to water treatment equipment failure with untreated drinking water at risk of containing pathogens.
Ontario Advisory Map
In Ontario, First Nation BWAs were issued to M'Chigeeng PWS, Naicatchewenin PWS, and Niisaachewan Anishinaabe PWS. A previously issued First Nation BWA was lifted for Animakee-Windigo Island.
Québec Advisory Map
In Québec, in Westmount, a major water leak occurred; repairs are in effect after which a BWA will be issued to affected residents. In Saint-Lambert a preventive BWA is in effect for
a portion of one avenue, reason not stated. A preventive BWA was issued to a part of one street in Saint-Eustache, reason not stated. In the Montréal area, preventive BWAs were issued in
the boroughs of Ville-Marie, and Villeray-Saint-Michel-Parc Extension; two previously issued BWAs were rescinded in the South West borough. A BWA was issued to a part of one street in Laval,
reason not stated. In Saint-Sauveur, a BWA was issued to portions of several streets due to work on the municipal aqueduct system.
Manitoba Advisory Map
In Manitoba, a BWA was issued to Colorado Trailer Park, PWS, short term, reason not stated. Previously issued BWAs were rescinded in RM Grey, RM Dufferin, RM Stanley, St Malo, Mafeking, Pembina Valley.
Nunavut Advisory Map
In Nunavut, a previously issued BWA was rescinded in Iqaluit.
Friday, January 28, 2022 wrap-up