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The following communities have been identified as those with high risk drinking water systems and drinking water advisories in effect. The Government will assist these First Nations to develop and implement remedial plans.
Shoal Lake No. 40
Moose Deer Point
Muskrat Dam Lake
Wabigoon Lake Ojibway
Lake Babine (Fort Babine)
Taku River Tlingit
Although Kashechewan is still under a precautionary Drinking Water Advisory, essential upgrades to the water systems have been completed, and the system is closely monitored by a certified operator. In light of this, Kashechewan’s water system is no longer at a high risk to produce unsafe drinking water.