Residents in Nanaimo, B.C., are being told not to use water after a powerful storm caused widespread damage. The city says the windstorm and power outages knocked out its water treatment plant so it couldn’t produce water. City staff say the facility has begun to produce some water but not enough to meet normal demand.
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B.C. storm damages water supply for over 100,000 residents