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No-swimming advisories not stopping people from taking a dip at Parlee Beach

No-swimming advisories not stopping people from taking a dip at Parlee Beach

A no-swimming advisory during the entire New Brunswick Day weekend didn't stop beachgoers from taking a dip at Parlee Beach. Water samples turned up with high levels of fecal bacteria three days in a row — from water tested Thursday, Friday and Saturday. But the beach was busy, with lifeguards watching over it and many children swimming in the water.

Online magazine calls Parlee Beach one of the most polluted in the world

Online magazine calls Parlee Beach one of the most polluted in the world

A recent article listing the popular destination as one of the dirtiest beaches in the world could keep people away from the beach if the weather improves.  Word of its water quality issues is spreading.
“The Insider” is an online publication that compiles travel tips and information from different groups who travel the world. It has lumped the New Brunswick attraction with others from Senegal to India and Hawaii as among the most polluted on the planet.