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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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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...
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Pierrefonds Animal Hospital opens its door to flooded pets

Pierrefonds Animal Hospital is opening their doors to those families who need to find a temporary spot for their furry friends.   Free accommodations are limited. Pierrefonds Boulevard is tricky at this...

Ste. Anne’s is looking forward to a weekend of normalcy

A late afternoon communique to Ste. Anne's residents from the city thanked them for all their volunteer work during this exhausting several days and invited them to get back...
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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...
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Financial help is on the way for flood victims – MNA Geoffrey Kelley

By Rhonda Massad As flooding on the West Island continues with little relief from Mother Nature, Member of National Assembly of Quebec for the riding of Jacques-Cartier, Geoffrey Kelley spoke...
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FOOD DEPOT NEEDS NON PERISHABLES AT CF Fairview Centre Pointe Claire – OPEN BETWEEN...

  Thanks to CF Fairview Centre Pointe Claire for setting up a drop off pick up point for all impacted by the flood.   WE ARE LOCATED NEXT TO SEARS IN A...
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The Living/in Company matching flood victims with vacant homes on a temporary basis

By Rhonda Massad In a time of confusion and anxiety caused by the devastating flood that ravaged the shores of Montreal and the surrounding areas this past week, The Living/in...
Town Hall information session set for TUESDAY, MAY 9TH in Ste. Anne De Bellevue, Rhonda Massad, Paola Hawa, West Island Blog, West Island News, Flood 2017

West Island Flood Update Morning May 8, 2017

This post will be updated throughout the days ahead so please keep it handy or consult the West Island Blog under the FLOOD 2017 TAB for all your updates.  If...
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Vaudreuil Update May 7, 6;45 pm FLOOD 2017

This post will be updated throughout the days ahead so please keep it handy or consult the West Island Blog under the FLOOD 2017 TAB for all your updates   RENSEIGNEMENTS...

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