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Earthquake dries up Haida Gwaii's Hot Spring Island

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Hot Spring Island photo by Anne Lazerevitch on Flickr

The earthquake that hit Haida Gwaii this past Saturday may have permanent consequences for the tourism industry there. Hot Spring Island is a popular destination for locals and visitors, attracted by the ability to enjoy a natural hot spring overlooking the ocean. But now the springs are dry and cold. Leisha Grebinski spoke to Ernie Gladstone, superintendent of the Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve.

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