Why the water in Montreal’s tap water is so bad

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Montreal’s tap tap water has become a source of public scorn, prompting calls for the city to ban it.

But it turns out, the water comes from the same water system that runs a metro station and several other public facilities, including the city’s metro subway system.

And while some people are complaining that it tastes worse than it used to, the city has made it clear that the city doesn’t have a problem with it.

Montreal city water spokesman Jean-Pierre Dussault told The Washington Times that the water is safe.

“The water is clean, safe, and it is not affected by the algae or the bacteria,” he said.

Dussault said the city is using the same tap water system to run other facilities.

The water that is served in the city of Montreal is produced by a system of underground pipes that are under the city.

A section of the system is also used by the city subway system, and the city owns the land on which it sits.

It is also a city-owned system.

The water comes mostly from the city, which buys it from other municipalities.

But the water system also has connections to some outside companies, like the University of Montreal, and some people have suggested that it could be polluted.

One person has said that the quality of the water on the system has been bad, but that he had no idea how bad.

Other people have said that they don’t like the taste of the tap water and that they are concerned about it.

“I’m not sure about the water,” said Montreal resident Jean-Michel Bouchard, a resident of a residential neighbourhood.

“I don’t think I like the smell, and I think it tastes bad.”

Other people on Twitter have noted that they find the taste in the water very similar to the taste that people have reported from tap water in the U.S.

Dresser, the local water supply consultant, said that his company has no way of knowing how much the water tastes different from tap.

Dresseder said that he doesn’t think the quality is much different than that of tap water.

“It is a different water quality.

And it’s not good for people,” he told The Times.”

The quality is very good,” he added.”

What we are saying is, we can’t know the quality because we don’t know how it comes from,” he continued.

“But we can say, ‘We have no problem with this water.

It is safe.'”

Water contamination isn’t new in Montreal.

In 2007, the mayor of the French-speaking city of St.-Jérôme, Michel Nadeau, was accused of illegally dumping waste water into the St-Jérémy River that flows into the city and into the Ottawa River.

The mayor, Jacques Demiégeois, was acquitted.

“It’s a common problem,” said Dussaults.

“When you have these kinds of problems, you look for solutions.”

In the meantime, Dussaux said the municipal system is doing its best to meet the needs of the people.

He also said that it has installed filtration systems, such as chlorine, that prevent the presence of bacteria.

There is no city water system in the French city of Marseille, which has the highest water pollution in the country.