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Keats Island, B.C., wells ‘going dry’; drilled wells and water main from mainland among strategies being explored

October 20, 2020  By The Coast Reporter

Keats Island, B.C. – The approximately 400 people living in Keats Island, B.C., have been facing persistent critical water shortages, because of increased frequency of droughts and because more people are vacationing in the community, according to a recent analysis of the water system. The community is exploring strategies to alleviate the shortage, including drilled wells and running a water main from mainland Sunshine Coast. The Coast Reporter has the story. | READ MORE

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