If you want to find your priceless jewel, go to the main river in Vancouver.
Wow! I just read in the newspaper that the Fraser River in Vancouver was contaminated with mercury. The water seems to have caused concern for residents of Vancouver who were exposed to high levels of mercury. I'd better go check this out before claiming the Eureka diamond.
Fraser River, Vancouver
This crisis must have also had negative impacts on Canada's economy, since this water can no longer be manufactured and sold as a commodity. Generally, freshwater from rivers and lakes is filtered and modified into a resource. Once the river was contaminated, this process becomes impossible until the water is clean again.
I better check out these footprints next. They match the thief's prints that we identified in the mine.
There's no way that I'll be able to locate the jewel through this crowd, I can hardly move! It must be because of Vancouver's high population density, since it is an urban area. Wait, what is that thematic map doing on the ground?
This thematic map seems to be showing the population growth rate throughout Canada. In other words, this map shows the sum of the natural increase rate and the net migration rate. Whoever left this map here drew a diamond near St John's, the capital of Newfoundland and Labrador. It must be the thief, leaving behind another clue!
I'd love to go swim in the Atlantic Ocean. Unfortunately, I have to chase this rotten thief instead of diving in the astounding ocean bordering PEI, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador and Quebec.