Montreal drinking water advisory still in effect for some buildings
The City of Montreal says an advisory concerning drinking water in a small section of the Ville-Marie borough has been mostly lifted, but some residents are still being told to avoid using the water.
Montreal officials advised residents downtown not to use tap water until further notice on Thursday evening. The affected sector in the Ville-Marie borough was between Bleury, Beaver Hall, René-Lévesque and Saint-Antoine streets until late Thursday evening.
As of Friday evening, only residents of 443-445-447-449-451-453-455 Viger west, 454-456-470 de la Gauchetiere west and 1030 St-Alexandre streets are being told to continue to avoid using the water in their buildings until further notice.