Lévis needs water before this Winter
The City of Lévis is beginning to look for a back-up plan to ensure its water supply in the upcoming months. For the last six weeks, since oil from the Lac Mégantic rail disaster seeped in to the Chaudière River, the city has had to get all its water from other sources.
Environment authorities say it's still too soon for the city to reconnect the system to the Chaudière river. That means restrictions on water use by residents will continue.
To give us an update on the situation, we spoke to Lévis's Director of environmental affairs, Jean-Claude Belles-Isles.