First Nation flooding

Qoqo: | High Water opened at the Chilliwack Museum Feb. 24 and runs until June 4, 2022.

Chilliwack Museum sets high water mark with opening reception of Qoqo

History of what led to draining of Sumas Lake in 1920s explored with an eye to impacts on Stólō

 

Farmers from helping farmers evacuate cattle from a flooded farm on the Interprovincial Highway near No. 3 Road, in Abbotsford on Nov. 17, 2021. (Chris Kloot file photo)

Emergency feed program offers immediate help for B.C.’s flooded livestock producers

$1M in funding from Emergency Management BC earmarked to cover hay, forage

 

Tyrone McNeil, tribal chief of Sto:lo Tribal Council, and chair of the Emergency Planning Secretariat. (Facebook/Seabird Island screenshot)

Indigenous-led action plan focused on flood management for entire Lower Mainland

Planning must take increasing regularity of climate change disasters into account, says tribal chief

 

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