Montreal invests $235M to improve drinking water network in Lachine, Dorval

The City of Montreal said Tuesday it will invest $235 million to improve the drinking water network on the western part of the island of Montreal.

The plan is to close water filtration plants in Dorval and Lachine and connect the water network in those communities to larger plants in Pointe-Claire and LaSalle.

Of the six filtration plants in use on the island, the two in Dorval and Lachine are the smallest and the least efficient.

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