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2 Wong, Jennifer, Susanne Porter-Bopp, Oliver M. Brandes, and Liam Edwards (2009). Water Conservation Planning Guide for British Columbia’s Communities. The POLIS Project on Ecological Governance. University of Victoria. Victoria, BC.
3 Province of BC. www.livingwatersmart.ca/drought/about.html [Accessed February 2011].
4 Water Sustainability Committee of the BC Water and Waste Association (2004). Water Sustainability Action Plan for British Columbia: Framework for Building Partnerships.
5 Econnics (2010). British Columbia Drought Response Plan. Prepared for the Ministry of Environment on behalf of the Inter-Agency Drought Working Group. www.env.gov.bc.ca/.../drought.../bc_drought_response_plan_faq_june-2010.pdf.
6 BC Hydro Website for Water Use Planning: www.bchydro.com/planning_regulatory/water_use_planning.html?WT.mc_id=rd_wup.
7 Okanagan Water Stewardship Council (2008). Okanagan Sustainable Water Strategy, Action Plan 1.0, Burnaby, BC.
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9 See BC Hydro’s website for further details on individual processes in provincial regions, by hydroelectric facility: www.bchydro.com/planning_regulatory/water_use_planning.html?WT.mc_id=rd_wup.
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12 BC Ministry of Environment. 2006. Shawnigan-Goldstream Water Allocation Plan. www.env.gov.bc.ca/wsd/water_rights/wap/vi/shawnigan_goldstream/shawnigan-goldstream.pdf [Accessed February 2011].
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