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The Canadian Coast Guard is trying to determine the origin of a rainbow chandelier in the waters of False Creek, Vancouver.< /p>Radio-Canada

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The Canadian Coast Guard is trying to determine the source of a rainbow sheen and diesel smell in the waters of Vancouver's False Creek.

The federal agency says it received a report of apparent pollution Monday around 6:20 p.m., but could not determine the source due to ;heavy rain and poor visibility.

According to Coast Guard spokesperson Michelle Imbeau, crew members from the Kitsilano base used remotely piloted aircraft to determine the source of the phenomenon.

She specifies that they observed multiple non-recoverable rainbow spots in the area, without determining their origin.

Michelle Imbeau says the Coast Guard is working with the province and the City of Vancouver to determine if this pollution is linked to the heavy rains that fell in the region recently.

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According to the Coast Guard, a crew is expected to arrive on site Wednesday morning.

With information from The Canadian Press

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