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Water at PDHS - Alternate Sources in 2020

CCRCE has a drinking water quality monitoring and testing program in place that includes regular bacterial and chemical analysis testing. In 2019, Health Canada published new health-based guidelines for lead and copper in drinking water. We always put student and staff safety first and comply with regulations and standards. In addition to our regular testing, there is now a new water testing protocol for lead and copper outlined by Department of Environment for Nova Scotia schools.   On December 19, the Nova Scotia Department of Education and Early Childhood Development announced that public schools across the province that have not been tested yet will be provided with alternate drinking water. This will be available at our school starting in January 2020.

For more information, please open the attached letter.

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