Water for shale gas on BC front burner
Severe drought, wildfires draws attention to importance of water; B.C. wants to avoid conflicts that have flared up in U.S.
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British Columbia is a tinderbox, with record-setting heat triggering 300 wildfires and extreme fire warnings spread across 70 percent of the province.
Now, the sustained drought conditions, with rainfall in the northeast at only 30 percent of normal, have prompted the B.C. Oil and Gas Commission, or....
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