In the Elk Valley in southern British Columbia, a water crisis is slowly unfolding. As this valley is home to some of Canada’s biggest mines, the coal extracted in these mines comes selenium. Selenium levels in the Elk Valley are far above the limits set out in B.C.’s water quality guidelines.
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Source: The Narwhal
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