Peepeekisis Cree Nation No.81
Repairs to water treatment system completed
Projected lift date: TBD
Home to 700 people on reserve, Peepeekisis Cree Nation No.81 in Saskatchewan has completed repairs to its water infrastructure with funding from Indigenous Services Canada.
Peepeekisis Cree Nation No.81 has 2 long-term drinking water advisories in place:
- a boil water advisory for the Poitras Well was set in April 2013 and became long-term in April 2014. Interim repairs to the system are complete
- a boil water advisory for the Peepeekisis Main Public Water System was set in February 2015 and became long-term in February 2016. Interim repairs to the system are complete
The environmental public health officer has provided chief and council with a recommendation to lift the 2 long-term drinking water advisories.
A project to upgrade the water treatment plant to meet the long-term water needs of the community is complete. Distribution system upgrades have been designed and planning for construction is underway.
Explore the map of long-term drinking water advisories on public systems on reserves.
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