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Upcoming Events
KINGSTON - High Water Flood Talks
Wed, Mar 04
Queen's University-Duncan McArthur Hall
Mar 04, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Queen's University-Duncan McArthur Hall, 511 Union St W, Kingston, ON K7M 2H3, Canada
WHY SO HIGH? WHAT ABOUT 2020? WHAT CAN YOU DO?
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Flood 2020: Are we ready? RSVP to info@yqna.ca
Tue, Mar 03
Harbourfront Centre - Brigantine Room
Mar 03, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Harbourfront Centre - Brigantine Room, 235 Queens Quay W, Toronto, ON M5V 3G3, Canada
Two waterfront groups, the Toronto Island Community Association (TICA) and York Quay Neighbourhood Association (YQNA), are raising awareness of the flooding around the Toronto Harbour.
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High Water Talks Prince Edward County
Wed, Feb 19
Wellington District Community Ctr
Feb 19, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Wellington District Community Ctr, 111 Belleville St, Wellington, ON K0K 3L0, Canada
Concerned about the water levels of Lake Ontario? Join us!
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High Water Flood Talks Brighton
Thu, Jan 23
Fellowship Christian Reformed
Jan 23, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Fellowship Christian Reformed, 204 Main St, Brighton, ON K0K 1H0, Canada
Understanding Lake Ontario High Water Levels and Actions to Mitigate Potential Flooding
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Flood Talks Durham
Thu, Jan 30
Audley Recreation Center
Jan 30, 2025, 6:00 PM – 9:05 PM
Audley Recreation Center, 1900 Audley Road, Ajax Ontario
Concerned about high water levels in Lake Ontario?🌊Join us for Flood Talks: Durham. All Durham residents are welcome.
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Event
Thu, Feb 06
San Francisco
Feb 06, 2025, 10:00 AM
San Francisco, CA, USA
Nothing Like It
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SURVEYS

Your Story and Voice is needed

There are many things that might make you more vulnerable in a risk situation, including your income, gender, age, abilities, language and language skills, and social supports.

This information will be shared with government and the International Joint Commission in hopes of influencing fair, equitable and responsive high water, flood and erosion policy.


The Great Lakes Adaptive Management Committee is hoping you will provide information through this voluntary on-line questionnaire to describe the impacts you have experienced. Your input will be invaluable to the committee in evaluating and improving the scientific and engineering models that have been developed to estimate potential damages under a range of Great Lakes water level conditions.

 

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