LOCAL WARMING: CHANGES FROM COAST TO COAST
Water temperatures off the B.C. coast have risen substantially in the past 100 years.
Salmon have begun to appear.
Average temperatures have increased two degrees over the past 50 years.
Received its first-ever tornado warning in 2001.
The area covered by permanent sea ice has fallen 25 per cent since 1969.
The 1,300 glaciers on the eastern slopes are 25 to 75 per cent smaller than in 1850.
There have been sightings of robins, a bird so are in the Arctic that it has no name in the local Inuvialuit dialect.
Central British Columbia
The growing season is 50 days longer than it was 100 years ago.