The Ahousaht First Nation is no longer under a local state of emergency due to water supply, the community announced Thursday. According to the First Nation, the water quality and levels have been tested and are safe. The boil water advisory also ended as testing showed Total coliforms and E.Coli were The local state of emergency was declared on Nov. 5 when its water reservoir was at 32 per cent capacity. The remote west coast community had been under a boil water advisory since Sunday due to an increase in water turbidity. The drop in reservoir levels was later determined to be multiple leaks.
#ahousaht #khalsaaid #khalsaaidca #watercrisis pic.twitter.com/QL56Nmvts4 — khalsaaidca (@khalsaaidca) November 6, 2018With files from the Times Colonist and CBC.