Dry B.C. summer puts fish stocks in jeopardy, government warns

Globe and Mail: British Columbia's dry summer is creating alarmingly low river levels throughout the province, a problem that could endanger fish populations in some regions, the provincial government warned Tuesday. The Ministry of Environment is encouraging British Columbians to conserve water and create drought-management plans to mitigate the record low water levels in streams across B.C. According to its website, the Peace, Liard and Skeena regions have been classified as Drought Level 3, ......

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