Boil water advisory ends in Carman

Joe Richardson, the town of Carman superintendent, working to resolve the water problem in early December. Global News / File

The town of Carman is no longer under a boil water advisory.

The precautionary advisory went into effect Dec. 4 after the province discovered turbidity or cloudiness in the water, which is caused by invisible particles.

Bacteria was ruled out as a potential cause.

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Manitoba’s Drinking Water Officer, Kale Black, said Thursday that the Carman water system is back to normal and all conditions have been met for rescinding the advisory.

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