Boil-water advisory lifts in Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, Que.

Residents of Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, 25 kilometres east of Montreal, were advised to boil their water last Thursday after a sample detected the presence of bacteria, but as of Monday late afternoon, the city announced the water was cleared for drinking.

After almost 4 days, water now considered safe to drink

Residents in the city of Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, on Montreal's South Shore, can now drink the tap water without having to boil it for a minute. (Radio-Canada)

The city of Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville on Montreal's South Shore has lifted a boil-water advisory that was in place for four days over its entire territory.

A release from city hall says "tests carried out on the network for the last 48 hours according to the rules dictated by the Public Health Department show that the water is safe for consumption."

For more information and to know when the advisory is lifted, you can go the city's website.