You bet they do

Georgetown, Canada

#1 Jan 8, 2014

It’s no accident that Halton HILLS suffered two separate “hundred-year” storms in 2013. Heavy rain and extreme flooding on July 8 caused an estimated million damage across the GTA, and the devastating ice storm of Dec. 22, is slated to cost “ million or more.” Extreme weather events may occur more frequently by 2040, as predicted by the Senes Report. TOWN City Council needs to begin public discussions and lead the way with plans to prevent serious damage. Costs of prevention will be far less than the costs of cleaning up after extreme weather events. Taxes will have to be raised to carry out the necessary mitigations. It is time politicians leveled with US about this fact and stopped talking about “ tax increases

Georgetown, Canada

#2 Jan 8, 2014
no wonder why

Toronto, Canada

#3 Jan 8, 2014

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#4 Jan 9, 2014

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