McMaster residence tenants temporarily move to hotel as water issues are addressed

The tenants of a McMaster University residence will be temporarily moved into a hotel in while the issues with the building’s water system are addressed. The building has had issues with poor water quality since late last year. A “full-building chlorination process” will take place to clean the water supply pipes, plumbing, and fixtures; some hardware in the units will also be cleaned and replaced. McMaster will cover the cost for tenants to spend five nights in a hotel, including funds for food and transportation.

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