A water system in the Calgary area is being replaced.
It has more than 200,000 customers and is one of two in Alberta.
Water was taken from the city’s water system last month, and is now being taken to another facility in nearby Fort McMurray.
The city says it’s not sure when the system will be replaced, but that it will be “within the next several months.”
It’s a complicated story.
The system was built in 1967 and has been under water since 1989.
The system had some water running through it for several years before it was shut off last month.
The water system has a number of problems, but most of the water comes from a catchment that runs through the city.
It is about 2.2 kilometres south of the city centre.
The Calgary Water District is looking to get water from other sources, but it’s unlikely the city will be able to get a big enough supply to meet its needs.