Last year's record flooding in Ontario and Quebec was inevitable, report says
It didn't matter which operating plan was used to control the deluge of 2017 - likely the "most extraordinary to ever occur" in Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River - flooding was bound to occur, according to a recently released report. "The total amount of water entering the system was overwhelming, setting records both at Lake Ontario and in the St. Lawrence River, causing a record rise in water levels," says the report, produced by the International Lake Ontario-St.
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