1. Iqaluit in state of emergency after traces of fuel found in drinking water  CBC News
  2. Don’t drink from tap, Canadian city says, as gasoline suspected in water supply  The Guardian
  3. Iqaluit declares emergency after gasoline suspected in tap water  Global News
  4. Nunavut government to fly 80,000 litres of water to Iqaluit to address city-wide crisis, mayor says  CBC.ca
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State of emergency in Iqaluit, capital of Nunavut territory, as officials say they are testing city’s water for petroleum hydrocarbonsState of emergency in Iqaluit, capital of Nunavut territory, as officials say they are testing city’s water for petroleum hydrocarbons

Don’t drink from tap, Canadian city says, as gasoline suspected in water supply | Canada | The Guardian

The Nunavut government is stepping in to help Iqaluit after the city declared a state of emergency Tuesday due to its fuel-contaminated water supply.The Nunavut government is stepping in to help Iqaluit after the city declared a state of emergency Tuesday due to its fuel-contaminated water supply.

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All Iqaluit residents are being told not to drink, boil or cook with the city's water.All Iqaluit residents are being told not to drink, boil or cook with the city's water.

Iqaluit declares emergency after gasoline suspected in tap water | Globalnews.ca

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A long lineup for water in Iqaluit | Nunatsiaq News

Iqaluit residents expressed frustration as they lined at the Iqaluit Centennial Library up to fill jugs with clean water supplied from the Sylvia GrinnellIqaluit residents expressed frustration as they lined at the Iqaluit Centennial Library up to fill jugs with clean water supplied from the Sylvia Grinnell

Iqaluit residents frustrated, concerned over water contamination concerns | Nunatsiaq News

With schools shut down and many Iqaluit residents recovering from a late night spent trying to get their hands on clean drinking water, residents areWith schools shut down and many Iqaluit residents recovering from a late night spent trying to get their hands on clean drinking water, residents are

Iqalummiut await answers about suspected petroleum in water | Nunatsiaq News

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh and the new NDP MP for Nunavut, Lori Idlout, want the federal government to respond to a state of emergency in the territory’s capital city. Iqaluit, Nunavut, declared a state of emergency on Tuesday because its water supply is contaminated. “The Liberal government can help by providing short-term supplies of water, […]

Ottawa asked to respond to Iqaluit's water emergency

IQALUIT, Nunavut — Iqaluit residents filled blue plastic jugs and bottles Wednesday in the ice-cold Sylvia Grinnell River just outside the city after they were told tap water in the Nunavut capital may be unsafe to drink. The city of about 8,000 people declared a local state of emergency Tuesday night saying its water supply could contain fuel. Iqaluit mayor Kenny Bell said Wednesday the Nunavut government plans to fly in 80,000 litres of water to the city over three days. Some residents complaiIQALUIT, Nunavut — Iqaluit residents filled blue plastic jugs and bottles Wednesday in the ice-cold Sylvia Grinnell River just outside the city after they were told tap water in the Nunavut capital may be unsafe to drink. The city of about 8,000 people declared a local state of emergency Tuesday night saying its water supply could contain fuel. Iqaluit mayor Kenny Bell said Wednesday the Nunavut government plans to fly in 80,000 litres of water to the city over three days. Some residents complai

'We knew something was wrong': Iqaluit residents without drinking water

City officials searched but could not find the source of a fuel odour reported in Iqaluit's water supply for more than a week, despite taking severalCity officials searched but could not find the source of a fuel odour reported in Iqaluit's water supply for more than a week, despite taking several

Gas smell in water remained a mystery for days: Iqaluit mayor | Nunatsiaq News

Residents of Iqaluit, Nunavut, are being told to avoid consuming tap water over concerns of petroleum hydrocarbons in the water.Residents of Iqaluit, Nunavut, are being told to avoid consuming tap water over concerns of petroleum hydrocarbons in the water.

"Do not drink" advisory issued for Iqaluit over petroleum in drinking water | News

Mayor says smell of petrol in water ‘was so erratic, in multiple different places and towns, that we really couldn’t pinpoint it’ Mayor says smell of petrol in water ‘was so erratic, in multiple different places and towns, that we really couldn’t pinpoint it’

Canadian town ordered not to drink water after petrol leak into supply | The Independent

A state of emergency has been declared in Iqaluit after city staff found evidence of fuel contamination in the city's treated water supply. The water is unsafe to drink, even if filtered or boiled. »»» Subscribe to CBC News to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1RreYWS Connect with CBC News Online: For breaking news, video, audio and…A state of emergency has been declared in Iqaluit after city staff found evidence of fuel contamination in the city’s treated water supply. The water is unsafe to drink, even if filtered or b…

Iqaluit in state of emergency after traces of fuel found in drinking water – The Chestnut Post

IQALUIT, Nunavut — Iqaluit residents filled blue plastic jugs and bottles Wednesday in the ice-cold Sylvia Grinnell River just outside the city after they were…

'We knew something was wrong': Iqaluit residents without drinking water | National Post

Iqaluit residents are filling jugs and bottles at a river outside the city after they were told tap water in the Nunavut capital may be unsafe to drink.Iqaluit residents are filling jugs and bottles at a river outside the city after they were told tap water in the Nunavut capital may be unsafe to drink.

Iqaluit residents collect river water, city fills up tanks as tap water may be unsafe - Canada News - Castanet.net

(UPDATE: Oct. 13 @ 9:25 am): Iqaluit residents are filling jugs and bottles at a river outside the city after they were told tap water in the Nun...

UPDATE: Iqaluit residents collect river water, city fills up tanks as tap water may be unsafe

IQALUIT, Nunavut - Iqaluit residents filled blue plastic jugs and bottles Wednesday in the ice-cold ...IQALUIT, Nunavut - Iqaluit residents filled blue plastic jugs and bottles Wednesday in the ice-cold Sylvia Grinnell River just outside the city after they were told tap water in the Nunavut capital may be unsafe to drink.The city of about 8,000 people declared a local state of emergency Tuesday night saying its water supply could contain fuel.

Iqaluit residents without drinking water - Winnipeg Free Press