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Les nouvelles: 1er-14 juin 2017
Affiché le: 15 juin 2017

Préparation en cas d’inondation

 

🔗 As governments offload the cost of flooding, are Canadian homeowners being left in the lurch? – Global News, June 7th, 2017


ALBERTA

 

🔗 ‘My truck was actually floating’: Campers dig out after flood forces evacuation near Grande Prairie
– CBC News, June 13th, 2017

🔗 Okanagan water levels fluctuate, flood risk still present
– CTV News, June 11th, 2017

🔗 City of Edmonton examining flood mitigation options – Canadian Underwriter, June 9th, 2017

🔗 Don Iveson suggests flood cleanup might be cheaper than some prevention
– Edmonton Journal, June 9th, 2017

🔗 Edmonton pitches $2.6-billion flood mitigation plan – Edmonton Journal, June 5th, 2017

🔗 High River aims to protect town with $5.5M floodgate system – CBC News, June 4th, 2017


COLOMBIE BRITANNIQUE

 

🔗 Rural Northern B.C. residents stranded after flood washes out road – CBC News, June 13th, 2017

🔗 Flood watches issued for several B.C. rivers in wake of powerful storms – Canadian Underwriter, June 9th, 2017

🔗 Flood watches issued for several B.C. rivers in wake of powerful storms – CBC News, June 9th, 2017

🔗 Okanagan Lake water level steadies, easing flood concerns in B.C. – CBC News, June 7rd, 2017

🔗 Lumby residents dealing with flood aftermath – Global News, June 6th, 2017

🔗 Flood risk downgraded on some B.C. rivers, but Kelowna residents still watchful – The Globe and Mail, June 6th, 2017

🔗 Flood victims getting tired of lookeeloos – Global News, June 6th, 2017

🔗 More sandbags needed as flood forecast for Okanagan Lake worsens – CBC News, June 5th, 2017

🔗 A sigh of relief in the West Kelowna flood fight – Global News, June 4th, 2017

🔗 More flood warnings, evacuation orders for B.C. Interior – CBC News, June 1st, 2017


MANITOBA

 

🔗 6 years after flood, Manitoba First Nation gets new homes – CTV News, June 1st, 2017


ONTARIO

 

🔗 Flood watch issued for Pelee Island, southeast shore of Leamington – Windsor Star, June 7th, 2017

🔗 After the flood: Incredible photos show how Toronto islanders are adjusting after deluge of rain – National Post, June 6th, 2017


QUÉBEC

 

🔗 Montreal firefighters to hold fundraising blitz for local flood victims – Montreal Gazette, June 13th, 2017

🔗 Quebec homeowners face potential post-flooding woes: mosquitoes, critters, parasites – Montreal Gazette, June 12th, 2017

🔗 Critters and pests: Quebec homeowners face potential post-flooding woes – The Globe and Mail, June 11th, 2017

🔗 Flood post-mortem will be thorough and objective, says Pierrefonds-Roxboro mayor – CBC News, June 6th, 2017

🔗 Quebec floods: Majority of flood victims experiencing anxiety, mental health issues, survey says – Global News, June 6th, 2017


TERRE-NEUVE-ET-LABRADOR

 

🔗 N.L. hires Saskatchewan professor to conduct review of Mud Lake flooding – CBC News, June 14th, 2017






Les nouvelles: 15 au 31 mai 2017
Affiché le: 1 juin 2017

Les nouvelles du 15 mai jusqu’au 31 mai 2017. Tous vos nouvelles d’inondations et changements climatiques sont disponibles ci-dessous.


Préparation en cas d’inondation

 

🔗 Insurers must do more to educate Canadians about flood risk – The Globe and Mail, May 29th, 2017

🔗 Liberals want to put infrastructure cash into flood mitigation: Sohi – The Globe and Mail, May 18th, 2017

🔗 Adam: Don’t wait for the next flood – here’s how to prepare for it now – Ottawa Citizen, May 18th, 2017

🔗 How to build cities that can stand the rain – Metro News, May 15th, 2017

🔗 Why rebuild after flood if it’s likely to happen again, asks climatologist – CBC Radio, The Current, May 15th, 2017


ALBERTA

 

🔗 Edmonton leads the way in release of flood maps, says Insurance Bureau CEO – Edmonton Journal, May 25th, 2017

🔗 Flood preparedness kits handed out in Calgary’s Mission district – CBC News, May 25th, 2017

🔗 Calgary’s annual flood season has begun – Understand, be prepared and stay informed – Newsroom, May 16th, 2017


COLOMBIE BRITANNIQUE

 

🔗 High lakes, variable weather, mean no foreseeable end to Okanagan flood: district – Canadian Underwriter, May 30th, 2017

🔗 Okanagan Lake flooding concerns on the rise – CTV News, May 28th, 2017

🔗 Flood fatigue sets in as Okanagan lakes and rivers continue to rise – CBC News, May 28th, 2017

🔗 Red Cross help for Okanagan flood victims – Global News, May 24th, 2017

🔗 Winds, storm surge cause some flooding as Okanagan Lake creeps upward – CBC News, May 24th, 2017

🔗 Penticton business takes financial hit during flood watch – Global News, May 23rd, 2017

🔗 Flood prediction, climate change impacts on water studied at new Canmore lab – CBC News, May 23rd, 2017

🔗 Warm temperatures increase flood fears in Okanagan – Global News, May 21st, 2017

🔗 Flood watchers on high alert as Okanagan Lake levels near record high – CTV News, May 20th, 2017

🔗 Okanagan flooding expected to be ‘unlike anything ever seen,’ Kelowna mayor warns – CBC News, May 18th, 2017

🔗 Okanagan flooding impacts hospitality industry – Global News, May 18th, 2017

🔗 Oliver-area wineries, homes under threat of flood – Vancouver Sun, May 15th, 2017

🔗 Flooding concerns grow for Okanagan Lake – Global News, May 15th, 2017


NOUVEAU BRUNSWICK

 

🔗 Coastal flooding expected in parts of the province, warns Environment Canadaa> – CBC News, May 25th, 2017🔗 More than $1M spent on Lumby flood control – Global News, May 18th, 2017


ONTARIO

 

🔗 Flooding rains close roads, snarl Toronto traffic: Photos – The Weather Network, May 26th, 2017

🔗 More rain, flood risk comes amid heightened concern over shorelines, watershed – CBC News, May 25th, 2017

🔗 Lake Shore Boulevard, other key streets threatened by floodwater – CBC News, May 25th, 2017

🔗 Who do I call for my flood recovery needs? – City of Ottawa, May 24th, 2017

🔗 Flood warning remains in effect in Minden – CTV News, May 21st, 2017

🔗 It will cost millions to fix Hamilton flood damage – including ‘underwater’ Waterfront Trail – CBC News, May 17th, 2017
🔗 Flood forces Ottawa rowing, sailing clubs to delay events – CBC News, May 17th, 2017


QUÉBEC

 

🔗 Some Gatineau homeowners in flood zone will not be allowed to rebuild – CBC News, May 24th, 2017

🔗 Volunteers lend a hand as flood clean up begins for hard-hit communities – CBC News, May 21st, 2017

🔗 Rising temperatures and melting snow increase flood fears in Okanagan – CTV News, May 21st, 2017

🔗 Floodwaters rise in Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean – CBC News, May 21st, 2017

🔗 Cleanup underway in Quebec towns affected by flooding – Montreal Gazette, May 20th, 2017

🔗 « Gatineau flood victims have been heard »: Quebec increases aid to flood victims – Ottawa Sun, May 18th, 2017

🔗 Quebec flooding: Government boosts financial aid program – Montreal Gazette, May 17th, 2017

🔗
Flood victims race to defeat a new threat: mould
– CBC News, May 17th, 2017

🔗 Quebec announces increase in financial assistance for flood victims – The Globe and Mail, May1 7th, 2017

🔗 Quebec floods: Premier wants flood zone information made public – Global News, May 17th, 2017

🔗 Couillard hopes to announce flood compensation changes this week – CTV News, May 15th, 2017

🔗 Quebec floods: Enhanced compensation could come this week, Couillard says – Montreal Gazette, May 15th, 2017






Les nouvelles: 1 au 14 mai 2017
Affiché le: 16 mai 2017

Les nouvelles du 1er mai jusqu’au 14 mai 2017. Tous vos nouvelles d’inondations et changements climatiques sont disponibles ci-dessous.


Assurance inondation et aide financière

 

🔗 Federal government cutting back on disaster assistance as floods become more severea> – National Post, May 10th, 2017🔗 Why you pay out of pocket for flood damage and other things to know about disaster insurance – CBC News, May 9th, 2017

🔗 Why your insurance likely won’t protect you if your basement floods – CBC News, May 6th, 2017

🔗 Flooding, flooding everywhere – do Canadians have insurance for it? – Global News, May 5th, 2017


Comprendre le risque d’inondation

 
🔗 Canadians are in the dark about flood riska> – The Globe and Mail, May 10th, 2017

🔗 Study finds majority of Canadians who live in high-risk flood zones don’t know it – Canadian Geographic, May 9th, 2017

🔗 Majority of Canadian homeowners not insured for flooding: experts – The Globe and Mail, May 8th, 2017

🔗 Majority of polled Canadians unaware of flood risks and responsibilities, half would not consider purchasing overland flood coverage: survey – Canadian Underwriter, May 5th, 2017🔗 Canadian homeowners in the dark about flood risks, study suggests – CBC News, May 5th, 2017

🔗 National survey shows most Canadians in high-risk areas for floods unaware – University of Waterloo, May 5th, 2017

🔗 Inondations : 9 Canadiens sur 10 ignorent vivre dans une zone à risque – Le journal de l’assurance, May 5th, 2017


Préparation en cas d’inondation

 

🔗 Où ne pas reconstruire au juste? – Le Devoir, May 10th, 2017

🔗 One way to battle future flooding: stop building on flood plains, say experts – CBC News, May 9th, 2017

🔗 Eva Cohen: Floods and how to harness a deluge of good intentions – Ottawa Citizen, May 8th, 2017

🔗 Flooding: What to do if it happens to you – CBC News, May 4th, 2017


ALBERTA

 
🔗 Move on, rebuild smarter, elsewhere: flood lessons learned in parts of Alberta – CBC News, May 12th, 2017


COLOMBIE BRITANNIQUE

 

🔗 Flood waters easing in Quebec, some B.C. advisories lifted – The Toronto Star, May 13th, 2017

🔗
Multiple evacuation alerts and orders rescinded in B.C.’s Central Okanagan
– CBC News, May 13th, 2017

🔗
Okanagan flooding expected to be ‘unlike anything ever seen,’ Kelowna mayor warns
– Vancouver Sun, May 12th, 2017

🔗
Floods in Quebec and B.C.: What’s the damage so far? A guide
– The Globe and Mail, May 12th, 2017

🔗
Flooding, mudslides wreak havoc across southern B.C.
– Toronto Sun, May 6th, 2017


ONTARIO

 

🔗 City of Ottawa warns flood victims of contamination risk – CBC News, May 11th, 2017
🔗 Conservation Authorities Flood Programs Prevent Worse From Happening in Ontario – Conservation Ontario, May 10th, 2017

🔗 Conservation authority helps protect Halton residents, property from flooding and erosion – Inside Halton, May 9th, 2017

🔗 Ineligible for disaster relief, flooded Ontario cottage owners feeling left out – CBC News, May 9th, 2017

🔗 Not done yet: Multi-day rain event spans weekend in Ontario – The Weather Network, May 6th, 2017

🔗 Despite a day of sandbagging, Ward’s Island residents may still need to evacuate – CBC News, May 4th, 2017

🔗 Environment Canada issues rainfall warning for Windsor-Essex – Windsor Star, May 3rd, 2017


QUÉBEC

 

🔗 Flood waters easing in Quebec, some B.C. advisories lifted – The Toronto Star, May 13th, 2017

🔗 Montreal to lift state of emergency on Sunday as water recedes – CBC News, May 13th, 2017

🔗
Floods in Quebec and B.C.: What’s the damage so far? A guide
– The Globe and Mail, May 12th, 2017

🔗 Water levels reaching peak: public security minister – CTV News, May 7th, 2017

🔗 Montreal under state of emergency as flooding persists – CBC News, May 7th, 2017

🔗 How to cope when your stress levels rise with the floodwaters – CBC News, May 6th, 2017

🔗 Quebec calls in troops to help with flooding as wet weather wallops Ontario, heads east – CBC News, May 5th, 2017

🔗 Gatineau flooding ‘tip of the iceberg,’ climate scientist warns – CBC News, May 4th, 2017

🔗 Who to call, where to go: Everything you need to know about the flooding – CBC News, May 3rd, 2017






Les nouvelles: 16 au 30 avril 2017
Affiché le: 1 mai 2017

Les nouvelles du 16 avril jusqu’au 30 avril 2017. Tous vos nouvelles d’inondations et changements climatiques sont disponibles ci-dessous.


Préparation en cas d’inondation

 
🔗 Flood Risk Management: What Is the Role Ahead for the Government of Canada? – Centre for International Governance, April 26th, 2017

🔗 How to be flood ready – KelownaNow, April 20th, 2017


ALBERTA

 
🔗 Heavy snowfall and flooding leads to state of emergency at Saddle Lake First Nation – CBC News, April 19th, 2017


MANITOBA

 
🔗 Flood damage to roads, culverts estimated in the millions in southwestern Manitoba – CBC News, April 28th, 2017

🔗 Flooding threat forces 107 people from their homes on Opaskwayak Cree Nation – CBC News, April 17th, 2017

🔗 Rising ice, flood waters force Manitobans from homes: Canadian Red Cross
– CTV News, April 17th, 2017


NOUVEAU-BRUNSWICK

 

🔗 Jemseg, N.B., area expected to remain above flood stage – CBC News, April 18th, 2017


NUNAVUT

 

🔗 Iqaluit’s new cemetery wins design award despite past flooding issues – CBC News, April 28th, 2017


ONTARIO

 

🔗 Flood victims can apply for city grants after “disaster” rainstorm – The Hamilton Spectator, April 28th, 2017

🔗 Hamilton residents eligible for municipal flood relief cash – Global News, April 27th, 2017

🔗 High Lake Ontario water levels cause lakefront parking lot flood: The Fixer – The Toronto Star, April 26th, 2017

🔗 Dundas business owners suffer tens of thousands in flood damage, blame city – CBC News, April 21st, 2017

🔗 Wicked spring storm drops 72 mm of rain on Ontario town – The Weather Network, April 21st, 2017

🔗 Heavy rains, major flooding close about 10 streets in Dundas – CBC News, April 20th, 2017

🔗 Rising Ottawa River increases flood risk in Britannia, Cumberland – CBC News, April 19th, 2017

🔗 Kashechewan First Nation evacuated due to flood concerns – CBC News, April 18th, 2017

🔗 Evacuation due to flood fears underway in remote Ont. First Nation – CTV News, April 17th, 2017


QUÉBEC

 
🔗 State of emergency may be lifted Tuesday for flooded Rigaud – CBC News, April 24th, 2017

🔗 West Quebec communities add up flood costs – CBC News, April 24th, 2017

🔗 With sun shining, floodwaters begin to recede west of Montreal – CBC News, April 23rd, 2017

🔗 Gatineau officials ‘optimistic’ worst of spring flooding is over – CBC News, April 22nd, 2017

🔗 Gatineau prepares for flood cleanup, Ottawa low-lying areas still soggy – Ottawa Citizen, April 22nd, 2017

🔗 Flood waters stabilize in Rigaud, citizens praying for a dry Saturday – Montreal Gazette, April 22nd, 2017

🔗 Firefighters recommend some Gatineau residents leave homes due to flooding – CBC News, April 21st, 2017

🔗 Quebec opens up emergency flood funds for Outaouais municipalities – CBC News, April 21st, 2017

🔗 Flood risk updates issued for Montreal, Laval and West Island – Montreal Gazette, April 21st, 2017

🔗 Rigaud flood victims ordered not to drink well water – CBC News, April 21st, 2017

🔗 Quebec opens up emergency flood funds for Outaouais municipalities – CBC News, April 21st, 2017

🔗 Saint-André-Avellin, Que., declares state of emergency over spring floods – CBC News, April 20th, 2017

🔗 Rain expected to worsen flooding across soggy Quebec this week – CBC News, April 19th, 2017

🔗 Heavy rain leads to flooding, evacuations in southern Quebec – CBC News, April 17th, 2017

🔗 Flooding could be worst in a decade: civil security – CTV News, April 17th, 2017


TERRITOIRES DU NORD-OUEST

 

🔗 N.W.T. Power Corp. responsible for flooding below Taltson dam, MLA says – CBC News, April 28th, 2017






« Massive flooding in Windsor last year was a sign of climate change — but the science behind these ever-intensifying storms is more complex than it seems »

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Les nouvelles: 1 au 16 avril 2017
Affiché le: 17 avril 2017

Les nouvelles du 1er avril jusqu’au 16 avril 2017. Tous vos nouvelles d’inondations et changements climatiques sont disponibles ci-dessous.


Les changements climatiques et les projets d’atténuation des inondations

 
🔗 ICLR to host webinar on lot-level approaches to control urban flood risk and mitigate basement flooding – Canadian Underwriter, April 7th, 2017

🔗 Opinion: It’s good business for cities to prepare for climate change – Edmonton Journal, April 6th, 2017

🔗 ICLR launches backwater valve installation website for homeowners and professionals – Canadian Underwriter, April 5th, 2017


CALGARY

 
🔗 Government pledges millions to improve flood preparedness in Calgary – CTV News, April 12th, 2017


ÎLE-DU-PRINCE-ÉDOUARD

 
🔗 ‘Slight risk of localized flooding’ in rain Friday – CBC News, April 7th, 2017


MANITOBA

 
🔗 Flooding could force more than 100 from homes in Northern Manitoba – CBC News, April 15th, 2017

🔗 Flood warning in effect for area around The Pas, Man. – CBC News, April 13th, 2017

🔗 Assiniboine, Souris rivers on rise as overland floods subside in Manitoba – CBC News, April 10th, 2017

🔗 Brandon prepares for flood as Assiniboine River approaches peak – CTV News, April 10th, 2017

🔗 Spring flooding in Manitoba changing route of asylum seekers – CBC News, April 8th, 2017

🔗 Flooding creek cuts off roads, floods basements in western Manitoba First Nation – CBC News, April 6th, 2017

🔗 Brandon flood prep underway as Assiniboine River expected to crest next week – CBC News, April 4th, 2017

🔗 Peguis waters receding, but province’s flood fears continue – CBC News, April 3RD, 2017

🔗 Worst flood in decades threatens 300 properties in Carman, Man. – CBC News, April 3RD, 2017


MONTRÉAL

 
🔗 200 homes flooded in Sainte-Thérèse, Laval rivers still rising – Global News, April 8th, 2017

🔗 Flood watch across Quebec this weekend as temperatures rise – Montreal Gazette, April 8th, 2017

🔗 Sainte-Thérèse could have done more to prevent flood damage, says resident – CBC News, April 8th, 2017

🔗 Heavy rain leads to flooded streets, basements in Montreal area – CBC News, April 7th, 2017


NOUVEAU-BRUNSWICK

 

🔗 New Brunswick emergency officials remind people to stay vigilant about flooding – Global News, April 16th, 2017

🔗 St. John River flooding risk is low, province says – CBC News, April 15th, 2017

🔗 Perth-Andover still waiting for help with flood-damage plans – CBC News, April 8th, 2017

🔗 City of Rigaud on flood alert – Global News, April 7th, 2017

🔗 Province to review Perth-Andover flood adaptation plan – Global News, April 6th, 2017


ONTARIO

 
🔗 Windsor Launches Basement Flooding Survey – AM800 CKLW, April 5th, 2017


OTTAWA

 
🔗 Rideau River floods streets in Ottawa South and East as water levels rise – Ottawa Citizen, April 8th, 2017

🔗 Heavy rainfall washes out roads around Ottawa – CBC News, April 8th, 2017

🔗 Rideau River overflowing in Old Ottawa South – CBC News, April 7th, 2017

🔗 Heavy rainfall raises the risk of flooding on area rivers – CTV News, April 5th, 2017


SASKATCHEWAN

 
🔗 Some Sask. homeowners will be able buy overland flood insurance – CBC News, April 12th, 2017

🔗 Saskatchewan residents moved to hotels amid flood concerns – The Toronto Star, April 5th, 2017


TERRE-NEUVE-ET-LABRADOR

 
🔗 Water woes: Seniors in Dover dealing with flooded basement since Saturday – CBC News, April 12th, 2017





Les nouvelles: mois de mars 2017
Affiché le: 3 avril 2017

Les nouvelles pour le mois de mars 2017. Tous vos nouvelles d’inondations et changements climatiques sont disponibles ci-dessous.


Dommages causés par les inondations et perceptions du phénomène

🔗 Emergencies declared in 3 Manitoba municipalities due to flooding – CBC News, March 31st, 2017

🔗 Sandy Bay First Nation sues province, feds over 2011 flood they call a ‘man-made disaster’ – CBC News, March 6th, 2017


Les changements climatiques

🔗 Changing jet stream, extreme weather linked to humans: study – CBC News, March 29th, 2017


Les prévisions d’inondations

🔗 Winnipeg scaling back flood preparations as floodway operations begin – CTV News, March 31st, 2017

🔗 Manitoba flood forecast data centre getting busy – CBC News, March 26th, 2017

🔗 Manitoba’s flood forecast rated as moderate to major: Province – Global News, March 24th, 2017

🔗 How 3D maps of an Alberta mountain could help predict the next flood or drought – CBC News, March 21st, 2017

🔗 How a new tool can predict coastal flooding in Nova Scotia down to the metre – CBC News, March 18th, 2017

🔗 U.S. and Canadian scientists to study cross-border flooding – CTV News, March 4th, 2017

🔗 What forecasters mean by a major risk of flood – CBC News, March 1st, 2017


Programme et projets d’atténuation des inondations

🔗 Risk management overhaul necessary for cities to become more resilient to catastrophic events: report – Canadian Underwriter, March 27th, 2017

🔗 3 tips to keep your basement from flooding – CBC News, March 27th, 2017

🔗 Federal disaster mitigation funding “a leap forward”: ICLR – Canadian Underwriter, March 23rd, 2017

🔗 B.C. government invests over $10.5 million in Fraser Valley flood mitigation – Canadian Underwriter, March 23rd, 2017

🔗 Warned it’s ‘easy to forget’, Council panel labels flood mitigation a top priority – Calgary Herald, March 23rd, 2017

🔗 Desjardins Insurance offers new flood coverage for low-, medium-risk areas – Canadian Underwriter, March 14th, 2017

🔗 Tsuut’ina First Nation objects to Springbank dam flood mitigation proposal – Global News, March 8st, 2017





Les nouvelles: semaine du 12 décembre 2016
Affiché le: 20 décembre 2016

In a recent document, the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada asserted that residential flood insurance should be affordable and available. See below for more details on this story and other flood-related news.


Flood mitigation plans and insurance

🔗 Flood insurance ‘must be affordable:’ IBAC – Canadian Underwriter, Dec 16th, 2016

🔗 Notley government increasing spending on flooding, drought protection – Global News, Dec 16th, 2016

🔗 Fort McMurray flood plan approved but uncertainty still lingers with residents – CBC News, Dec 14th, 2016

🔗 Last council meeting of 2016; budget, flood mitigation on agenda – My MacMurray, Dec 13th, 2016

🔗 Toronto city council to consider accelerating basement flooding protection spending – Canadian Underwriter, Dec 12th, 2016


Flood risks

🔗 Chance of “moderate to major flooding” in some locations in Manitoba, report says – Canadian Underwriter, Dec 13th, 2016

🔗 Soggy soil could mean spring floods in west, north – CBC News, Dec 13th, 2016

🔗 Wet weather raises potential flood worries for Manitoba government – Global News, Dec 13th, 2016





Les nouvelles: semaine du 5 décembre 2016
Affiché le: 12 décembre 2016

Regions on the east coast of Canada are still recovering from October’s floods. See below for more details on these stories and other flood-related news.


After the Floods

🔗 Cape Breton flood victims unhappy with compensation offer – CTV News, Dec 9th, 2016

🔗 Sydney homeowners unhappy with flood compensation offers – CBC News, Dec 9th, 2016

🔗 North Sydney photographer offers up free portraits for flood victims – CBC News, Dec 7th, 2016

🔗 Cape Breton road damaged in Thanksgiving Day flood washes out again – CBC News, Dec 5th, 2016

🔗 The long trip home: evacuees return to Kashechewan after 2014 flood – CBC News, Dec 5th, 2016





Les nouvelles: semaine du 28 novembre 2016
Affiché le: 5 décembre 2016

Two months after the severe storm that hit Windsor and Tecumseh, a large number of residents apply to Windsor’s basement subsidy program. See below for more details on this story and other flood-related news.


After the Floods

🔗 Cape Breton residents waiting on flood relief claims to get 50% advance – CBC News, Dec 2nd, 2016

🔗 Halifax’s Bryony House suffers structural damage after flood – – CBC News, Dec 2nd, 2016

🔗 Sydney group collects decorations to brighten flood victims’ holidays – Global News, Nov 30th, 2016

🔗 Flood victims to benefit from Giving Tuesday – The Chronicle Herald, Nov 28th, 2016

🔗 Cape Bretoners donate decorations to give flood victims a merry Christmas – CTV News, Nov 28th, 2016

🔗 ‘It’s heartbreaking’: First of 17 homes in Sydney flood zone demolished – CTV News, Nov 28th, 2016


Flood Plans and Subsidies

🔗 Windsor overwhelmed with applications for anti-flooding subsidy – CBC News, Nov 29th, 2016

🔗 Council approves funding for flood plan – Mountain View Gazette, Nov 29th, 2016


Heavy Rain and Flooding

🔗 Thunder Bay crews busy as 80 mm of rain falls and floods parts of city – CBC News, Nov 29th, 2016





Les nouvelles: semaine du 21 novembre 2016
Affiché le: 28 novembre 2016

In the news this week, the Government of Canada launches a new public awareness campaign on flood risks called Flood Ready. See below for more details on this story and other flood-related news.


After the Floods

🔗 Flood victims to benefit from Giving Tuesday – The Chronicle Herald, Nov 28th, 2016

🔗 Ontario teen hosting fundraiser for Cape Breton flood victims – Global News, Nov 24th, 2016

🔗 Flood-prone Fort McMurray community still can’t rebuild – CBC News, Nov 24th, 2016

🔗 Some Cape Breton flood victims live with mould as they await cleanup info – CBC News, Nov 23rd, 2016

🔗 Misericordia Hospital rebuilds after devastating 2013 flood – CBC News, Nov 22nd, 2016


Flood Risk Campaign

🔗 Government of Canada launches new public awareness campaign on flood risks – Canadian Underwriter, Nov 22rd, 2016





Les nouvelles: semaine du 14 novembre 2016
Affiché le: 21 novembre 2016

In the news this week, Atlantic Canada continues with repairs and recovery after last month’s floods. These stories and other flood-related news below.


Flood Recovery in Atlantic Canada

🔗 Thanksgiving floods in Atlantic Canada caused more than $100 million in insured damage: CatIQ – Canadian Underwriter, Nov 18th, 2016

🔗 Perth-Andover hospital gets $7.65M for flood repair, upgrades – CBC News, Nov 17th, 2016

🔗 Cape Breton flood leaves contractors running ‘from daylight to dark’ – CBC News, Nov 16th, 2016

🔗 CBRM takes stock of flood damage – Cape Breton Post, Nov 15th, 2016

🔗 Good Samaritan still wants to help Sydney area flood victims – Cape Breton Post, Nov 15th, 2016

🔗 Fundraising campaigns for Cape Breton flood victims could cut financial help – CBC News, Nov 15th, 2016


Flood Risk

🔗 Vancouver airport, port rebuke Liberal MP’s suggestion of catastrophic flood risk – The Toronto Star, Nov 18th, 2016

🔗 Understanding flash floods in five Edmonton neighbourhoods – Edmonton Journal, Nov 14th, 2016





Les nouvelles: semaine du 7 novembre 2016
Affiché le: 14 novembre 2016

On a appris cette semaine que la ville d’Edmonton a distribué une carte des zones inondables dans 100 quartiers. Comme le rapportait le Edmonton Journal : « Edmonton est passée à l’histoire mercredi en devenant la première ville canadienne à accorder à ses citoyens l’accès à l’historique des inondations locales et aux prévisions de ruissellement en surface ». La carte aidera les citoyens à identifier les risques d’inondation et à être mieux préparés en cas de catastrophe. Plus d’info sur cet article et autres nouvelles ci-dessous.


Publication des cartes des zones inondables à Edmonton

🔗 IBC: Release of flood maps should not impact insurers – Insurance Business Canada, Nov 11th, 2016

🔗 Editorial: Public flood maps a good policy – Edmonton Journal, Nov 11th, 2016

🔗 Edmonton releases flood maps for 100 neighbourhoods – Edmonton Journal, Nov 10th, 2016

🔗 City releases flood maps for mature neighbourhoods – CBC News, Nov 9th, 2016


Projets à Calgary portant sur les inondations

🔗 Federal funding lifts Calgary flood projects – Calgary Herald, Nov 10th, 2016

🔗 New infrastructure project will protect residents and their properties against floods in Calgary – Government of Canada, Nov 10th, 2016

🔗 Mill Woods flood mitigation plan to cost $107 million – CBC News, Nov 10th, 2016


Fortes pluies et inondations sur la Côte Ouest

🔗 7 families forced from homes near Port Alberni amid flood threats – CBC News, Nov 13th, 2016

🔗 Pemberton residents clean up after rain, snowmelt causes heavy flooding – Vancouver Sun, Nov 10th, 2016

🔗 More wet weather, flooding risk in store for central Vancouver Island – CBC News, Nov 10th, 2016

🔗 Sea-to-Sky corridor under various flood warnings and evacuation alerts – CBC News, Nov 9th, 2016

🔗 Flood warning issued for Port Alberni, Highway 4 to Tofino, Ucluelet closed – CBC News, Nov 9th, 2016

🔗 Heavy rain threatens to flood First Nation reserve in B.C. – The Globe and Mail, Nov 7th, 2016


Faire face aux conséquences d’une inondation

🔗 Cape Breton flood victims get financial boost from GoFundMe – CBC News, Nov 8th, 2016


Résilience aux inondations

🔗 Vancouver Weighs Options for Flood Resilience – Next City, Nov 7th, 2016






Les nouvelles: semaine du 31 octobre 2016
Affiché le: 7 novembre 2016

Le Centre Intact d’adaptation au climat de l’Université de Waterloo a publié cette semaine un nouveau rapport sur le niveau de préparation des provinces canadiennes et du Yukon à l’éventualité d’une inondation. Le document indique que le Canada n’est pas prêt à faire face aux inondations et qu’une meilleure planification et des mesures sont nécessaires partout au pays. Plus d’info sur cet article et autres nouvelles ci-dessous.


Préparation du Canada en cas d’inondation

🔗 Barely passable grade on flood preparedness demands immediate action: report – Canadian Underwriter, Oct 31st, 2016

🔗 Canada not ready for climate change, report warns – The Globe and Mail, Oct 31st, 2016


Fortes pluies et inondations sur la Côte Ouest

🔗 Flood-prone Tseshaht First Nation braces for more rain – CBC News, Nov 6th, 2016

🔗 State of emergency, flood warnings follow heavy rains on Vancouver Island – CBC News, Nov 4th, 2016

🔗 Vancouver prepares for the flood – Metro News, Oct 3rd, 2016


Flood Mitigation Plans and Projects

🔗 IBC commends federal government’s focus on infrastructure and flood mitigation in 2016 fall economic statement – Canadian Underwriter, Nov 2nd, 2016

🔗 Why Lower Don Flood Protection is a Necessary Cost – Torontoist, Nov 2nd, 2016


Les conséquences d’une inondation

🔗 High hopes for Elbow River brown trout after devastating 2013 flood – CBC News, Nov 5th, 2016

🔗 Windsor flood victims still waiting on insurance – CBC News, Nov 2nd, 2016

🔗 Worst hit in Sydney flood seek details on compensation – CBC News, Nov 1st, 2016





Les nouvelles: semaine du 24 octobre 2016
Affiché le: 31 octobre 2016

Les provinces de l’Atlantique subissent encore les effets des inondations importantes survenues il y a deux semaines. La relocalisation des citoyens qui ont été inondés, les routes fermées et la température inclémente causent encore des problèmes dans ces régions. Par ailleurs, une nouvelle étude a révélé certaines attitudes des citoyens du sud de l’Alberta, une région affectée par les inondations. Plus d’info sur ces articles et autres nouvelles ci-dessous.


Les provinces de l’Atlantique se remettent des dommages causés par les inondations et se préparent à d’autre pluie

🔗 CBRM feels ‘urgency’ to fix furnaces, get cheques to flood victims – CBC News, Oct 30th, 2016

🔗 More unwelcome rain arrives in flood-ravaged Sydney area – CTV News, Oct 29th, 2016

🔗 CBRM mayor says it could cost $4.5M to relocate flooded residents – CBC News, Oct 27th, 2016

🔗 Cape Breton’s Hornes Road closed indefinitely due to flood damage – CBC News, Oct 27th, 2016

🔗 Sydney students displaced by flood get new ‘brain bikes’ in classroom – CBC News, Oct 26th, 2016

🔗 Fire services dealing with flood related equipment damage – CBC News, Oct 25th, 2016

🔗 United Way helping Cape Breton flood victims meet basic needs – CBC News, Oct 24th, 2016

🔗 Sydney flood victims agree homes should be torn down – CBC News, Oct 24th, 2016


Programme et projets d’atténuation des inondations

🔗 ICLR to host workshop on Halton, Ont.’s basement flooding mitigation program – Canadian Underwriter, Oct 28th, 2016

🔗 Vancouver explores flood protection options due to rising sea levels – Metro News, Oct 26th, 2016


Attitudes des citoyens du sud de l’Alberta affecté par les inondations

🔗 Study reveals residents’ attitudes toward flood-altered environment – High River Times, Oct 26th, 2016


Dons pour les victimes d’inondation à Windsor

🔗 Green Shield Canada to match flood donations up to $50K – CTV News, Oct 26th, 2016





Les nouvelles: semaine du 17 octobre 2016
Affiché le: 24 octobre 2016

Les provinces de l’Atlantique se remettent des pluies torrentielles et des inondations de la semaine dernière. On a procédé à des réunions d’urgence, des collectes de rebuts et des appels à l’aide pour rétablir la situation dans les régions touchées par le mauvais temps. Par ailleurs, la ville de Toronto discute la planification du projet de protection contre les inondations de Port Lands. Plus d’info sur ces articles et autres nouvelles ci-dessous.


Projet de protection contre les inondations à Toronto

🔗 Port Lands flood protection cost rises to $1.25 billion – The Toronto Star, Oct 20th, 2016


Pluies intenses et avertissements météo pour les provinces de l’Atlantique

🔗 Nova Scotia under heavy rain and flood warnings for weekend – CBC News, Oct 21st, 2016

🔗 Big, slow moving storm soaks Ontario, brings risk of snow – The Weather Network, Oct 21st, 2016

🔗 Nova Scotia under heavy rain and flood alert for Friday, Saturday – CBC News, Oct 20th, 2016

🔗 Cape Breton prepares for more rain after historic flood – CBC News, Oct 20th, 2016


Ateliers sur l’atténuation des inondations à Calgary

🔗 Calgary flood mitigation workshops hope to engage residents, gather input – CBC News, Oct 18th, 2016


Les provinces de l’Atlantique se remettent des dommages causés par les inondations

🔗 Cape Breton children coping with stress and anxiety – CBC News, Oct 18th, 2016

🔗 Hundreds attend Sydney flood meeting – Cape Breton Post, Oct 18th, 2016

🔗 Sydney flood-contaminated items not safe for ‘garbage pickers’ – CBC News, Oct 18th, 2016

🔗 Cape Breton man faces flood disaster just months after Fort McMurray evacuation – CBC News, Oct 18th, 2016

🔗 Frustrated, overwhelmed victims of Cape Breton flood plead for help – The Cape Breton Post, Oct 17th, 2016

🔗 CBRM holding open house for flood victims – Cape Breton Post, Oct 17th, 2016

🔗 Minister: Aid is coming to flood-hit Canadian region – Insurance Business Canada, Oct 17th, 2016





Les nouvelles: semaine du 10 octobre 2016
Affiché le: 17 octobre 2016

La Nouvelle-Écosse a été frappée cette semaine par des pluies torrentielles et de fortes inondations. À Terre-Neuve, l’état d’urgence a été décrété dans plusieurs régions du centre de la province. Par ailleurs, la ville d’Edmonton a annoncé la publication dans les quartiers d’une carte des zones inondables. Plus d’info sur ces articles et autres nouvelles ci-dessous.


Inondations et retour à la normale dans les provinces de l’Atlantique

🔗 Nova Scotia accepting flood damage assistance applications – CBC News, Oct 15th, 2016

🔗 Flood cleanup kits offered in Cape Breton – CBC News, Oct 15th, 2016

🔗 Up to $80K in flood damage, insurance won’t cover Lewisporte man – CBC News, Oct 14th, 2016

🔗 Halifax to seek federal flood prevention money for 10 sites – CBC News, Oct 14th, 2016

🔗 Appleton man built Gander River home with flooding in mind – CBC News, Oct 14th, 2016

🔗 Outdated infrastructure behind Sydney flood, says regional councilor – CBC News, Oct 12th, 2016

🔗 What you need to know about insurance after the Cape Breton flood – CBC News, Oct 13th, 2016

🔗 Storm blows the lights out in parts of Atlantic Canada – CBC News, Oct 11th, 2016

🔗 Heavy rains and strong winds wreaking havoc in the Maritimes – Canadian Underwriter, Oct 11th, 2016

🔗 Cape Breton, Atlantic Canada deals with power outages, flooding after torrential rain – Global News, Oct 11th, 2016

🔗 About 100 homes flood in Eskasoni First Nation after heavy rain – CBC News, Oct 11th, 2016

🔗 About 50,000 without power in Nova Scotia after weekend storm – CBC News, Oct 11th, 2016

🔗 Multiple states of emergency declared as heavy rains batter central Newfoundland – CBC News, Oct 10th, 2016

🔗 Cape Breton residents warned to avoid floodwaters due to contamination – CBC News, Oct 10th, 2016


Carte des zones inondables à Edmonton

🔗 Edmonton to release flood maps after privacy battle – Insurance Business Canada, Oct 15th, 2016

🔗 City to release neighbourhood flood maps after Postmedia wins privacy appeal – Edmonton Journal, Oct 14th, 2016


Protection contre les inondations pour les communautés albertaines

🔗 Infrastructure Canada to contribute more than $20.5 million to protect three Alberta communities from flood risks – Canadian Underwriter, Oct 13th, 2016

🔗 Ottawa provides $20.5 million for flood protection in three Alberta towns – Calgary Herald, Oct 13th, 2016

🔗 B.C. government invests $2.5-million to address flood risk in Peace Region after June flooding – Canadian Underwriter, Oct 11th, 2016





Les nouvelles: semaine du 03 octobre 2016
Affiché le: 11 octobre 2016

La reconstruction dans le secteur de Waterways à Fort McMurray, en Alberta a été autorisée. Les citoyens de cette communauté qui ont perdu leur demeure dans le brasier de Fort McMurray avaient demandé de pouvoir rebâtir en dépit des inquiétudes au sujet de la plaine inondable connue. Plus d’info sur cette décision et autres nouvelles ci-dessous.


Rebâtir après des inondations

🔗 Rebuilding Fort McMurray homes on flood plain a ‘poor decision,’ says hydrologist – CBC News, Oct 6th, 2016

🔗 Fort McMurray council approves rebuilding in flood-prone Waterways – Edmonton Journal, Oct 5th, 2016

🔗 Ripple effect: No easy fix for Winnipeg’s flood-prone riverwalk – Global News, Oct 5th, 2016

🔗 Fire-ravaged, flood-prone Fort McMurray community wants to rebuild despite risk – CBC News, Oct 4th, 2016


Pluie abondante et risques d’inondation

🔗 Province issues flood watch after west, north hit hard with rain – CBC News, Oct 4th, 2016

🔗 Flood makes catastrophe list, but Windsor’s tornado didn’t – Windsor Star, Oct 3rd, 2016

🔗 Facing the Change: How rising seas are putting Richmond, B.C. at risk – CBC News, Sept 30th, 2016


Programmes de soutien et d’atténuation des inondations


🔗 Waterways residents overwhelmingly support flood mitigation plan – My McMurray, Oct 3rd, 2016

🔗 Flood victims can apply for disaster relief through the province – CTV News, Oct 3rd, 2016





Les nouvelles: semaine du 26 septembre 2016
Affiché le: 3 octobre 2016

Windsor a déclaré l’état d’urgence en raison des pluies torrentielles et des inondations qui ont frappé Windsor et Tecumseh, en Ontario, cette semaine. Entre mercredi soir et vendredi matin, de 135 à 195 millimètres de pluie se sont abattus, inondant environ 2 000 sous-sols résidentiels. Plus d’info ci-dessous sur l’impact des inondations ainsi que des conseils et des sources d’aide financière pour faciliter le retour à la normale.


Violente tempête de pluie et inondations à Windsor et Tecumseh, en Ontario

🔗 Worst of heavy rain over for flood-hit Windsor and Tecumseh, Ont. – CBC News, Oct 2nd, 2016

🔗 Worst of the rain over, but state of emergency continues in Windsor, Tecumseh, Ont – CBC News, Sept 30th, 2016

🔗 Rainstorm, flooding in Windsor, Ont., area damaged more than 1,700 homes – The Toronto Star, Sept 30th, 2016

🔗 Wear rubber boots when exploring your flooded basement – CBC News, Sept 29th, 2016

🔗 Flooding pummels southern Ontario communities, prompting state of emergency – CBC News, Sept 29th, 2016

🔗 Downpour overwhelms city’s sewers, causes flooding – Windsor Star, Sept 29th, 2016

🔗 Heavy rain flooding Windsor roads for morning commute – CBC News, Sept 29th, 2016


Webinaire sur les conditions météorologiques extrêmes

🔗 ICLR webinar to focus on challenges in understanding and projecting precipitation extremes – Canadian Underwriter, Sept 26th, 2016





Les nouvelles: semaine du 19 septembre 2016
Affiché le: 26 septembre 2016

Les répercussions des changements climatiques se font sentir partout au pays. Tempêtes, inondations, sécheresses et températures extrêmes. Voilà seulement quelques-uns des effets qui menacent notre société. Cinq communautés canadiennes ont été citées en exemple des conséquences directes des changements climatiques : Lennox Island, Toronto, Prince Albert, Richmond et Old Crow. Plus d’info sur cet article et autres nouvelles ci-dessous.


Les changements climatiques

🔗 Facing the Change: 5 Canadian Communities Threatened by Climate Change Now – CBC News, Sept 23rd, 2016


Des communautés résilientes aux inondations

🔗 Insurance Co. Partners to Build More Flood-Resilient Communities – Water Canada, Sept 19th, 2016


Dommages causés par les inondations et perceptions du phénomène

🔗 High River launches campaign to shift public perceptions 3 years after flood – CTV News, Sept 23rd, 2016

🔗 Muskoka, Ontario residents launch $900 million suit against province over flood damage – Canadian Underwriter, Sept 19th, 2016