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Citizens are gradually being allowed to return home.
Some evacuation orders in B.C. have been rescinded.
He ordered a mandatory evacuation on Sunday.
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The public safety minister says every level of government is pulling together to keep Canadians safe in what he describes as a very serious situation.
Thousands of Canadians are desperately fighting rising waters.
More than 130 communities in Quebec have been hit by flooding.
The flooding is the worst in the region since 1998.
An unseasonably warm weekend has caused flooding in towns along the banks of Rivière des Prairies and the St. Lawrence Rivers, and the residents of some southern Quebec towns are nervously watching an...
THE CANADIAN PRESS -- ST-JEAN-SUR-RICHELIEU, Que. - Wearing bright yellow T-shirts and billy boots, more than 2,000 volunteers descended on the flood-ravaged areas of Quebec on Saturday to help in a m...
Gone are the days when Jack Layton could rush up to anyone with a microphone and shoot from the lip. Now that he's the Opposition leader, every word will be evaluated for its impact on the whole country.
(CBC) -- Residents of Quebec's flood-stricken Richelieu Valley, hit by yet another rise in water levels over the weekend, will get a visit from NDP Leader Jack Layton, the first stopover to the area b...
(CBC) - Quebec Premier Jean Charest appealed for people to get themselves to safety as forecasts called for more high winds and rising levels in the Richelieu Valley, south of Montreal. "It is very im...