Last year's record flooding in Ontari...

Last year's record flooding in Ontario and Quebec was inevitable, report says

There are 1 comment on the The Toronto Star story from Jun 24, 2018, titled Last year's record flooding in Ontario and Quebec was inevitable, report says. In it, The Toronto Star reports that:

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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#1 Jun 24, 2018

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