New details from the latest government update into the fallout of the massive tailings pond breach at Mount Polley mine.
The ministry of environment says second round test results from water samples taken on Tuesday will be released later today.
Results of Environment Ministry tests released yesterday, from water taken the day of the spill, showed it was safe to drink.
However a water use ban and state of emergency both remain in place.
The government is also sending a special team into Likely that will offer emotional support to the residents in the area.
The Ministry of Energy and Mines says since the Mount Polley mine was given a permit in 1995, 16 geotechnical inspections been done, 9 before it was shut down in 2001, the rest after it reopened in 2005.
Mine operator Imperial Metals is working on constructing berm to stem the flow of wastewater and toxic sediment from the breached dam.
The province says there is still some leakage even though it has declined dramatically since the breach early Monday morning.