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Yellowknife’s drinking water source to temporarily change during new pipeline construction

Water to be pulled from Yellowknife Bay

November 4, 2022  By Ground Water Canada

Yellowknife – A 53-year-old pipeline that supplies city residents with their drinking water is being replaced at a cost of $34.4 million. The new pipeline won’t be in place until 2026 and the city’s drinking water source will continue to be the Yellowknife River, but that will temporarily change starting next year. During construction, water will be pulled from Yellowknife Bay. CBC News report | READ MORE

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