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Flow rate of key water source below normal in B.C. city due to ongoing drought

Four of province's water basins now at Drought Level 5 stage

July 17, 2023  By Ground Water Canada

Nelson, B.C. – Drought conditions have resulted in one of the city’s primary water sources’ flow being reduced to below normal levels. Anderson Creek’s flow rate of .03 cubic metres per second is deemed well below the normal .09 cubic metres per second. Four of British Columbia’s 34 water basins have reached the Drought Level 5 stage. The Nelson Daily report | READ MORE

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