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Earthquake dries out northern hot springs

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The hot springs at Hotspring Island in Gwaii Haanas National Park (Contributed by: Parks Canada / D. Kendrick)

Last weekend's earthquake off B-C's north coast has had an unexpected consequence.

A popular natural hot spring in Gwaii Haanas national park - appears to have dried up. Ernie Gladstone, superintendent of the Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve, speaks to Daybreak host Chris Walker at 823 a.m. PT.



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