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Map: What parts of Montreal are affected by boil-water advisory?

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Montreal was affected by a city-wide boil water advisory on May 22, 2013. City of Montreal handout

The City of Montreal has extended the boil water advisory to 9 p.m. Thursday evening.

The advisory was issued as a precautionary measure Wednesday morning and affects almost everywhere in Montreal south of Highway 40, from LaSalle to Pointe aux Trembles.

It is expected to last until Thursday evening, but the city will issue an official confirmation once it is safe to drink the water and the advisory is lifted.

At 8:15 p.m. Wednesday night, city officials confirmed one addition to the list of areas affected by the boil water advisory. Saint-Pierre in Lachine has now been included.

Affected boroughs, sectors and cities include:

Anjou
Charlemagne (off-island town)
Côte-des-Neiges Notre-Dame-de-Grace
Côte-St-Luc
Côte-St-Paul
Hampstead
Lachine (Saint-Pierre)
LaSalle
Mercier-Hochelaga Maisonneuve
Montreal East
Montreal West
Outremont
Parc des Iles (including the Casino)
Plateau Mont-Royal
Pointe-aux-Trembles
Pointe-St-Charles
Rosemont – La Petite Patrie
Saint-Laurent
St-Henri
St-Leonard
Le Sud-Ouest
Town of Mount-Royal
Verdun
Ville-Émard
Ville-Marie
Villeray-Saint-Michel – Parc-Extension
Westmount

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For full details, visit the City of Montreal website.