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People are walking across dried up Fraser River bed in some parts of British Columbia

Drought continues to plague province

April 1, 2024  By Ground Water Canada

Prince George, B.C. – Water levels in the Fraser River, where it meets with the Nechako, are at an all-time low, allowing people to walk across the dried up bed in places. It’s yet another example of British Columbia’s drought that has plagued the province for almost a year now. B.C.’s emergency minister has called it “a sleeping giant of natural disaster.” CBC News report | READ MORE

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