State of emergency as waters rise in Rigaud, Laval

State of emergency as waters rise in Rigaud, Laval
Rigaud residents reluctant to leave homes as flood waters rise in southern Quebec
Water levels continue to rise throughout southern Quebec and public officials are warning residents to take precautions because of more rain in the forecast. Rigaurd has declared a state of emergency as the Rigaud river swells and empties into the

Authorities are on alert for additional flooding as heavy rains continue to batter parts of Quebec. The town of Rigaud is hardest hit, with 343 homes either flooded or surrounded by water. Provincial police are still patrolling the municipality, which … . Authorities are on alert for additional flooding as heavy rains continue to batter parts of the Quebec. Some 53 municipalities have experienced enough flooding this week to qualify for provincial aid, according to a news release issued by the …

Flooding continues in parts of Quebec with more rain expected

The incessant rains that have sparked at least one state of emergency in a Montreal area municipality and a network of sand bank distribution points are expected to end late Friday afternoon. But showers are expected to resume Friday night riverfront

Rigaud residents reluctant to leave homes as flood waters rise in southern Quebec

Rigaud residents reluctant to leave homes as flood waters rise in southern Quebec
Rigaud residents reluctant to leave homes as flood waters rise in southern Quebec

MONTREAL – The town of Rigaud, Que., has declared a state of emergency and ordered the evacuation of some 150 homes in an area at risk of being flooded by both the Rigaud and Ottawa rivers. Officials say some 60 residences are already flooded and the

With more rain on the way, flooding continues in parts of Quebec

60 Homes Flooded, 150 Evacuated in City in Quebec

Provincial police officers are on patrol all night long in the municipality of Rigaud to ensure everyone is safe, as water levels in the area continue to rise. The municipality, located 25 kilometres off the island of Montreal, declared a state of …

Heavy rain and spring snow runoff have caused severe flooding on the Ottawa and Rigaud rivers in Quebec, Canada, prompting a state of emergency and evacuations. Officials told the Chronicle-Journal that 60 homes have already flooded in the town. Water levels continue to rise in Laval and public officials are warning residents to take precautions in case of further flooding with more rain in the forecast. Public security officials said the Mille Ile and Des Prairie rivers are the most at-risk …

Water levels continue to rise throughout southern Quebec and public officials are warning residents to take precautions – and in some cases, evacuate their homes. Rigaud has declared a state of emergency as the Rigaud River swells and empties into the. Laval communities are on high alert as flooding continues along the Milles Iles and Riviere des Prairies. prev. next. Flood Watch across metro Montreal and southwest Quebec. Flooding concerns continue to mount tonight across southern Quebec and eastern

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