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Montreal is flooded man- Declared a State if Emergency

Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by Steven_Universe, Apr 26, 2019.

  1. Steven_Universe Banned Banned

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    Wouldn't it be a Province of emergency?
     
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  3. DADA360 Still falling down

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    got em
     
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    i hope everyone is safe.
     
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    And it will be a Rainy weekend.

    So good luck.
     
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    Gatineau is currently worse tho.
     
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    Lots of rain this weekend, and they predict that Ottawa will flood worse than in 2017.
     
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    @Loiosh, are you seeing any impact?

    Wasn't it just about 3 years ago you guys dealt with massive flooding at this same point in the spring thaws?
     
  10. Loiosh Detective Platinum Member

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    Yes.

    Yes.
     
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    RIP to all those involved
     
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    sucks on both counts. Hope the impact is minimal for you.
     
  13. Loiosh Detective Platinum Member

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    Vachon Cakes flooded and will be out of commission for months.

    It's end of days.

    [​IMG]

    Actually, the impact to me is pretty much zero.

    Some areas are seeing flooding, but those people should have moved away from the rivers years ago.
     
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    yeah, rip eh
     
  16. I say let the geostorm come already. This slow moving apocalypse has made me bored.
     
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    Montreal is one of the coolest countries in North america. Awesome place.

    Its no concern if it floods, place is full of frogs. They'll be fuckin thriving in those conditions.
     
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    I am not impressed with montreals performance
     
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    Living in a flood zone is bad enough. Continuing to build in flood zones is criminal but it is done everywhere. Some small towns have moved to higher ground but most continue to live in flood zones.
     

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