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Historic Flooding in British Columbia

Spring of 2018 Spring freshet 2018 was another record-breaking year for flood, this time in the Kootenay Boundary area in south central British Columbia. As a result of record snow pack, record high seasonal temperatures, and a significant rain-on-snow event, the...

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Okanagan Flood

Spring of 2017 The 2017 spring freshet in British Columbia, Canada saw record breaking water levels on the Okanagan Lake, which impacted thousands of properties along the water front. The local government EOC deployed over 2 million sandbags into the Central...

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