Map of long-term drinking water advisories on public systems on reserves

Explore the map of lifted and remaining long-term drinking water advisories on public systems on reserves across Canada.

The Government of Canada is working with First Nations to end long-term drinking water advisories. On the map and in the table below, an LT-DWA refers to long-term drinking water advisories which have been in effect for more than 12 months.

ISC funds public water systems that serve 5 or more household connections.

ISC also funds public water systems serving public facilities that are funded by the department. These water systems are managed and operated by the band, a band-owned utility or a qualified third party under contract.

Visit Long-term advisories affecting water systems not financially supported by the Government of Canada South of 60.

Advisories

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LT-DWAs lifted since November 2015 on public systems ISC financially supported in lifting the LT-DWA
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Current LT-DWAs on systems ISC financially supports in lifting the LT-DWA

First Nations

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First Nations where LT-DWAs have been lifted from public water systems since November 2015
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First Nations with LT-DWAs in effect on public water systems

*As part of the - LT-DWAs in effect, - advisories affecting - First Nations are under a LT-DWA which have been recommended to be lifted by an environmental public health officer.

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First Nations where LT-DWAs have been lifted from public water systems since November 2015
First Nations where LT-DWAs have been lifted from public water systems since November 2015
First Nations with LT-DWAs recommended to be lifted by environmental public health officer
First Nations with LT-DWAs recommended to be lifted by environmental public health officer
First Nations with LT-DWAs in effect on public water systems
First Nations with LT-DWAs in effect on public water systems

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