Boil water advisory lifted

Winnipeg Health Region
Published Thursday, January 29, 2015

Given that there are two consecutive sets of negative results 24 hours apart, the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority has advised the City of Winnipeg that the Boil Water Advisory can be rescinded. The Boil Water Advisory was issued with an abundance of caution to assure the safety of Winnipeg residents. This meets Health Canada's guidelines, and satisfies our confidence in the quality of the water.

At this point in time, all the water parameters are normal, which indicates the drinking water is currently at its usual high standard of quality.

Startup protocols for commecial and public facilities

Startup protocols for residential properties

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