Sam Ferris, with the Water Security Agency says potable water continues to flow through the Prince Albert water treatment plant. So far, there are no operational issues from the temporary pipeline from the South Saskatchewan River, and about 14,000 cubic meters of water were treated on Sunday.
The Saskatchewan Water Security Agency says it has no idea as to when the cities will be able to once again use water from the North Saskatchewan River.
140,000 litres of oil has been recovered. 88 animals have died from the oil spill, up from the 69 reported last Friday.
Kevin McCullum with the Ministry of Environment says the investigation into the cause of the oil spill is still continuing. He says many of the water samples they have tested from the river have come back with low oil levels.
(With files from the Canadian Press)