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Brock University Launching Research Project on Coastal Flooding in Ontario

A research project examining how coastal communities can deal with the impacts of climate change will formally launch in the Town of Lincoln, Ontario...

Flooding from Sea Level Rise May Cost the World $14 Trillion Annually

Failure to limit global warming to the two degrees Celsius will lead to sea level rise and dire global economic consequences, new research has...

Displaced First Nations Close to Returning Home After 2011 Flooding

The people of the First Nations of Lake St. Martin, Little Saskatchewan, Dauphin River, and Pinaymootang are close to returning home after being displaced by...

Study Examines the Impacts of Basement Flooding on Mental Health

Research from the Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation has calculated the lost time from work and the mental health impacts resulting from basement flooding. Of...

District of Kootenay Boundary, BC Experiences Historic Flooding

The Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) for District of Kootenay Boundary, British Columbia has issued evacuation orders to 1390 addresses, nearly 2800 residents, as of...

Report Provides Recommendations to BC Gov. on Flooding and Wildfires

British Columbia will act to mitigate flooding and wildfires in 2018 based on recommendations from a report on the 2017 spring floods and wildfires. As...

Flooding Persists at Historically High Levels in New Brunswick

The New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization (NBEMO), has continued to issue warnings and information as flooding persists throughout the province, amid growing sanitation concerns...

Atlantic Canada Flooding Prompts Insurance Bureau Statement

Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is encouraging residents affected by flooding in Atlantic Canada to call their insurance representatives immediately if they have damage to report. "We have seen...

B.C. Government Launches Review of Spring Flooding

On Monday, the B.C. government has launched an independent review of this year’s unprecedented spring flooding and wildfire seasons. “Wildfires and flooding this year devastated...
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Surrey, B.C. Receives Funding for Coastal Flooding Adaptation Programs

The City of Surrey, British Columbia has received $624,200 for new climate change resilience projects, including coastal flooding adaptation programs to help it become...

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