Kapuskasing will remain home to 30 Fort Albany First Nation evacuees for another week.
Fire Chief and General Manager of Protective Services Pat Kennedy says the decision has been made to have the evacuees remain a little while longer.
Kennedy says the Fort Albany First Nation has continued to have problems with their sewer lines re-freezing since the incident in February.
Although, he says the recent run of good weather should hopefully help the process of fixing those sewer lines.
The 30 Fort Albany First Nation evacuees have been relocated in Kapuskasing since late February.