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October 14, 2016


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I notice that the water levels for Canning Lake are almost at Historic Lows and have been for the last month - below the winter set that was spoken about at the AGM for the Coalition For Equitable Water Flow. In addition, I notice that the Drag Lake water levels are higher than average. Help me understand why the Canning Lake levels would be so low. This could result in more ice damage during the winter to breakwalls, etc.

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