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Environment Canada says up to 200 millimetres of rain could drench the central coast of B.C.
Residents describe destruction in rural area when Coquihalla River changed course
CN moved seven trains during the weekend but decided to “proactively close its network” due to rain
The Royal Canadian Air Force has released a video interview with warrant…
People attending the Dec. 3 Lake Country event are asked to bring a non-perishable item for flood victims
Central coast area could get up to 200 millimetres of rain
Limit of 30 litres per gas station visit applies to southwest B.C.
Passing down responsibility for dike works ‘a bad call’
Weather Network: B.C., Prairies should see more rain, colder than average temperatures
Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth announced plans to use the system during a Sunday briefing
Rain eased but snowmelt flowing into runoff, causing rivers to rise and increasing risk of flooding
Tulameen and Similkameen riverbanks are full, warns BC River Forecast Centre
Ministry of Transportation begins work Sunday night; freeway closed to all traffic
Ministry of Transportation officially closes highway at 5 p.m.
100 millimetres of rain dumped on the region raised water levels at bottom of Sumas Lake by 3 inches
Heavy rain expected to continue through much of B.C.
Residents have been told they must leave the area immediately
Weather warnings blanketed much of the province’s south Saturday
Abbotsford mayor cites Nooksack River overflow as key factor in rising water
With damage to dike systems, more water could cross the border into Abbotsford on Sunday