Two Ontario ministers head to cottage country to see flood damage, offer support

Apr 23, 2013 Full story: Weyburn This Week

Resident Ben Piels walks past a sandbagged home on Bobcaygeon Rd. in Minden, Ont., on Monday, April 22, 2013.

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Kathleen Cochrane

Toronto, Canada

#1 May 26, 2013
When rebuilding,i hope their aware of the possibility of sinkholes in the future!(Tree's can suck up a huge amount of water over time.)Barrier's may be a good start.
Kathleen Cochrane

Toronto, Canada

#2 May 26, 2013
Adding on to my previous comment about barrier's.These can be placed along side of the river's incase they rise again.Not sure what you can do about pavement caving in.If it's laid thick chance of survival may be greater.

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