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Approximately 20 residents of a small Quebec community have been sickened by what is believed to be contaminated drinking water, with five of them requiring hospitalization.
The United Nations marked World Water Day by highlighting a troubling statistic: 40 per cent of the global population faces water scarcity, with more than 2 billion people living without safe access to fresh water.
Jane Philpott says the federal government will spend as much money as it takes to end long-term, boil-water advisories in First Nations communities by March 2021.
Residents of a Quebec town are speaking out about an ongoing water crisis that has left the them under a boil water advisory for three months.
A Saskatoon hospital has cancelled all surgeries because of water problems.
Residents in an area of Edmunston, New Brunswick, are being told to boil their water. The order was issued because of a water main break.
A drinking water advisory has been lifted for the Saskatchewan town of North Battleford.
Residents of the Saskatchewan city of North Battleford must still boil their drinking water while officials wait for more test results.
The Saskatchewan city of North Battleford says so far things are looking good but a precautionary drinking-water advisory remains in effect.
The mayor of Corner Brook, N.L., says a boil water advisory will likely remain in effect until early next week after a chlorine leak at the city's water treatment plant.
Residents of a Saskatchewan city have been told to boil their tap water as a precaution. The Saskatchewan Water Security Agency says the entire city of North Battleford is under a boil-water advisory.