No signs to be put up at contaminated lakes

by Kirsten Fenn - August 4, 2017

There are no plans to put up signs warning residents of contamination in lakes around Yellowknife, according to an updated arsenic advisory the Department of Health and Social Services issued Tuesday. “From what we’ve heard from our partners, signs are expensive to put up,” said Dr. Andre Corriveau, the territory’s chief public health officer. “They…

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