B.C.'s Sunshine Coast orders businesses to stop using water amid drought
B.C.'s Sunshine Coast has declared a state of local emergency due to an ongoing drought, ordering businesses to stop using water over an "imminent threat" that the supply could be exhausted.
State of emergency declared on Sunshine Coast because of drought
A state of local emergency declared on the Sunshine Coast because of drought includes an order for breweries, water bottlers and non-medical cannabis growers to shut down water use starting at 11:59 p.m. P.T. on Tuesday.
B.C.'s Sunshine Coast declares state of emergency over drought
SECHELT, B.C. – A British Columbia community has declared a state of local emergency as a drought drags on and the area risks running out of drinking water. The Sunshine […]
BC Drought Forces Emergency Order on Sunshine Coast, but Officials Urge Calm
Some businesses and amenities on British Columbia’s Sunshine Coast have been told to stop using all treated drinking water later today due to severe drought, but officials say there’s no need to panic. The Sunshine Coast Regional District, District of Sechelt and shishalh Nation have declared a state of local emergency that takes effect Tuesday at midnight as the system that supplies water to about 90 percent of the homes and businesses in the S…