'Unprecedented low water levels' in northern, central B.C. raise fears for future of wildlife
Water levels on northwestern B.C. rivers are low - lower than has ever been seen by people who monitor the health of the fish and wildlife who rely on the Nechako, Bulkley, Skeena and other waterways. From Prince George to Terrace to Prince Rupert, CBC's northern B.C. team explores the effects.