Flood News: November 1st-30th, 2018

Posted on: 3 December, 2018


Flood News for November 1 to November 30, 2018. All of your flood and climate change news is available below.


FLOOD PREPAREDNESS


🔗 Tech leaders hold climate change summit in Vancouver to talk adaptation – News Wire | November 12, 2018

BRITISH COLUMBIA


🔗 King tide floods part of Vancouver's seawall, offering glimpse into city's future – CBC NEWS | November 29, 2018
🔗 Rain, wind warnings: Localized flooding possible in Metro Van – CTV News | November 25, 2018
🔗 Saanich, B.C. to Host Free Climate Change Workshops for Residents – WATERCANADA | November 22, 2018
🔗 BC receives more funding for flood mitigation – Insurance Business Caanda | November 19, 2018
🔗 Government of Canada contributes to resilient communities in British Columbia – News Wire | November 16, 2018

MANITOBA


🔗 Design and construction contracts awarded for flood channels to manage Lake Manitoba, Lake St. Martin – CBC NEWS | November 24, 2018

NEW BRUNSWICK


🔗 N.B. to Commission Independent Review of Spring Flood – WATERCANADA | November 27, 2018
🔗 St. John River pollution, flooding and invasive species focus of summit – CBC News | November 8, 2018
🔗 More than 50 mm of rain could fall on southern N.B. – CBC News | November 6, 2018

Newfoundland & Labrador


🔗 Governments of Canada and Newfoundland and Labrador fund flood mitigation projects – News Wire | November 14, 2018
🔗 Impending storm threatens Trout River's already-crumbling boardwalk – CBC News | November 13, 2018

NOVA SCOTIA


🔗 Halifax may spend $600K to prevent Upper Water Street flooding – CBC NEWS | November 29, 2018

ONTARIO


🔗 Government of Canada helps to revitalize Toronto's waterfront through flood protection – News Wire | November 28, 2018

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND


🔗 New seawall protecting flood-prone tourist destination – CBC News | November 13, 2018

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