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Tecumseh, Ont. Receives Federal Funding to Reduce Impacts of Flooding

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In recent years, Tecumseh experienced catastrophic storms that caused significant flood damage to local residences and businesses. Funding to reduce the impact of severe storms...

Alberta Government Invests in Flood Mitigation and Adaptation Projects

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The Alberta government is spending $53 million from the Technology Innovation and Emissions Reduction (TIER) fund to support projects that will help communities mitigate,...

New Brunswick Releases Flood Map for 2018

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New Brunswick’s Department of Environment and Local Government has used the latest available technology to create a flood map for 2018. That year, the...

Report Gives Canada “C” Grade on Flood Preparedness

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Canada’s provinces and territories received a grade of C on flood preparedness in a new report. The Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation at the University...

Water Security Agency to Increase Funding for Emergency Flood Damage Reduction...

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To help communities respond to widespread flooding, the Water Security Agency (WSA) will be expanding the Emergency Flood Damage Reduction Program (EFDRP) by $2...

District of Squamish Receives $4-Million Grant for Flood Protection Project

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The District of Squamish has received a grant totalling $4,049,878 through the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program offered by the Government of Canada. The funding will be...

Manitoba Issues Updated Flood Warning and High Water Advisory

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Manitoba Infrastructure’s Hydrologic Forecast Centre issued an updated flood warning and high water advisory for southwest and western Manitoba. On July 1, based on engineering...

Manitoba Invests $33 Million in Projects to Improve Climate Resilience

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The Manitoba government is investing $33 million to improve climate resilience and support municipalities across the province, according to an announcement by Premier Brian...

Fort McMurray Flooding Causes Over $228 Million in Insured Damage

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The spring flooding that occurred in Fort McMurray, Alberta caused over $228 million in insured damage, according to Catastrophe Indices and Quantification Inc. (CatIQ). The majority of...

Wood Buffalo Council Approves Motions to Support Flood Recovery

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The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo has approved a number of motions to support flood recovery and reconstruction activities. “We are going to do everything...

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