Coroner: B.C. needs to do better job to protect most vulnerable from extreme heat

One year after a deadly, unprecedented heat dome killed more than 600 people throughout British Columbia, a new report by the province's coroner explains where the government fell short to protect people most at risk. Eric Sorensen reports on the findings, the recommendations, and how the rest of Canada should be paying attention.

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