Tuesday, January 31, 2023
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Adjusted flood map released – check if you address is included

Out of the 813 municipalities affected in last month's map, 30 have since been removed including Dollard Des Ormeaux which has no borders along the water and Pointe Claire....
The Hidden Dangers of Flood Waters, dangers to avoid

Gov agrees to review Flood Map due to push back

In response to pressure exerted by many municipalities in the Greater Montreal area, the inaccuracies of the map representing the 2017 and 2019 flooded territories that was presented earlier...
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“We have never been flooded – why is my property included in the Flood...

More than 3,000 homes in Quebec were flooded and another 2,300 cut off by floods in the Spring of 2019. Frustration rose high at the meeting held at the...
Flood 2019

A new flood map specifies Greater Montreal Area flood zones

Due to the floods in both 2017 and 2019, the Communauté Métropolitaine de Montréal (CMM) has put in place an interim bylaw that establishes the annual flood risk in...
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West Island cities preparing for floods – guide and information sessions listed here

By Rhonda Massad Mid February the city of Dorval advised residents to be prepared in case of flooding and offered free sand bags to those who were in critical areas....
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Montreal reviews #Flood2017 and looks to residents for improvements to public safety

PUBLIC MEETING REGARDING #FLOOD 2017 WILL TAKE PLACE ON MARCH 20, YOU MUST REGISTER TO ASK A QUESTION DURING QUESTION PERIOD by Rhonda Massad In the spring of 2017, the agglomeration...
Public Consultation Meeting

Quebec government to hold public consultation meeting to help reduce future flood exposure

Due to the spring floods of 2017, the Quebec government wants to reduce the number of people and property exposed to future flooding while allowing, under certain conditions, the...
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West Island Firefighters join together to benefit flood victims

By Rhonda Massad Captain Yann Lefebvre from Station 51 out of  Sainte Anne de Bellevue Fire Department thought it would be a great initiative to do a boot drive to...
Flood 2019

Over 200 volunteers lend a helping hand to flood victims during Big Clean-up Operation...

On May 27, over 200 volunteers took part in the Big Clean-up Operation, organized by the Borough, in order to come to the assistance of the spring flood victims....
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Municipal taxes and financial assistance for properties affected by the flood

MUNICIPAL TAXES Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue property owners affected by the recent floods (spring 2017), in areas located on the shores of, or around Lac des Deux-Montagnes and Lac St-Louis, could be eligible...