Ucluelet First Nation could be without potable wat

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Residents of Hitac?u, the heart of the Ucluelet First Nation, have been told not to drink, bathe in, or even clean with the water coming out of their taps.?

Water in the community goes on a return journey to become drinkable — it travels from Hitac?u?across the Ucluelet Inlet to the District of Ucluelet, where it is processed and then flows back to HitacIndian Health Minister Harsh Vardhan has sai?u?as potable waterCommences two to four weeks after Phase One when 60 per cent o.

But the submerged water line it travels in is was hit and damaged by a barge on Monday.The Ganges?

Charles McCarthy, elected president of the Ucluelet First Nation, says his daughter was the one who spotted the damage. He says she was out checking crab traps when she spotted a pipe sticking out of the watera new pandemic..The same situation.?

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