Boil-water advisory issued in Longueuil, Que., affects Saint-Hubert, Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville

Montreal·NewLongueuil, Que., has issued a boil-water advisory for a portion of the Saint-Hubert borough as well as for the municipality of Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville.Water should be brought to roiling boil for at least 1 minute before consumptionCBC News · Posted: Apr 17, 2024 8:10 PM EDT | Last Updated: 2 minutes agoThe city says the boil-water advisory is necessary due to a drop in water pressure caused by work on the drinking water network. (CBC)Longueuil, Que., has issued a boil-water advisory for a portion of the Saint-Hubert borough as well as for the municipality of Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville.A map is available online to see exactly which areas are affected.For those sectors affected, the city recommends boiling water for at least one minute before consumption, until further notice. The boil-water advisory is for a minimum of 24 hours, the city says in a statement.All water used to wash and prepare food, to make ice cubes and to brush teeth must be boiled.The advisory is necessary due to a drop in water pressure caused by work on the drinking water network. But the city says no non-compliant samples were collected.Longueuil will issue a notice when water is again safe for consumption. Updates about the situation will be published to the city’s website and social media.Corrections and clarifications|Submit a news tip|Report error

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