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Pelee Island water advisory

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A sign announces that the public beach is closed for swimming.

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Bernie Lafferty, left, from Pelee Island sits at the bar while Jilda Farias, right, mixes drinks at the Westview Restaurant during a water alert.

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Roger Foster, left, a year-round resident, returns memos to John Norris, right, with the Municipality of Pelee Island.

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Mike Nisbet, 21, left, Shaylyn Peragine, 18, center on raft, and Jamie Harway, 20, right, from Windsor, swim and play in Lake Erie despite a water alert and sign that says the public beach is closed.

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A gull flies near the shoreline of Lake Erie on the public beach with no visible signs of algae.

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Kyle Davis, Environmental Services Manager, stands in the West Shore Treatment Plant.

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Mike Nisbet, 21, left, lays down a raft after swimming in Lake Erie despite a water alert and sign that says the public beach is closed.

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The water surrounding the West Dock appears algae free on an aerial flight.

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Sean McNeil, who works for Canadian Customs, walks through the ripples of Lake Erie to find shells on the shoreline despite a water alert.

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Kyle Davis, Environmental Services Manager, left, and Wayne Miller, Chief Administrative Officer with the Municipality of Pelee Island, right, stand outside of the West Shore Treatment Plant.

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Richard Hamm, owner of Scudder Beach Bar and Grill, sits at his bar with a bottle of water.

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