'We're fairly confident': Prince Albert hopes new water supply will work

Image Courtesy of CBC News
Image Courtesy of CBC News

By CBC News, July 28, 2016 

Temporary pipeline should be ready before long weekend

Officials in Prince Albert, Sask., are expressing optimism that an improvised water pipeline will work as hoped and provide a clean source of water by the long weekend.

Jim Toye, the city manager, said Thursday that their current backup source — a storm water retention pond — will last for another three or four days.

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