Wednesday, September 22, 2021

With latest Boil Water Notice in place, Local Prince Rupert Unions to revive Community for Clean Water initiative

A gathering of local Prince Rupert Union representatives will be held this week, with the labour members looking to explore ways to respond to the news of the latest Boil Water Notice  for the City.

In an email to the North Coast Review from Tom Kertes, President of the Prince Rupert Labour Council, the local labour leader outlined how the Thursday session will serve as the first meeting on the topic of this most recent Water Notice, with any updates to be shared from it to be posted to the Community for Clean Water website.

The Community for Clean Water initiative was launched in January of 2019, during a period of the first of what have become rather frequent Boil Water Advisories for the community.

Mr. Kertes spoke on behalf of the group at a January 2019 Prince Rupert City Council session, expressing the concerns of the community of two years ago; we'll find out later this week perhaps what the organization has planned as it returns to the discussion two years later.

More notes on this latest Boil Water Notice can be reviewed from our archive page.

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