An RCAF helicopter surveys the scene after rainstorms lashed British Columbia, triggering landslides and floods, shutting highways, in Abbottsford, B.C., Nov. 21, 2021. (Jennifer Gauthier, pool/CP)

Canada’s economy won’t prosper without climate change investments

Opinion: The B.C. floods remind us of the consequences of ignoring the need for investment into infrastructure

An unintended symbol of urgency in flooded Montreal

Image of the Week: Residents of Ile Bizard, Que. devised a quick, smart solution to overwhelmed sewers. But like most responses to floods across Canada, it was temporary

High River’s painful post-flood rebuild

Five years after floods that devastated the southern Alberta community, its downtown is transformed—though not without friction

How the last holdouts survive on a flooded-out Manitoba First Nation

The decision to expose the Lake St. Martin First Nation to floodwaters in 2011 forced 1,400 from their homes, leaving behind a ghost town. A tiny, determined few chose to stay.

There’s a fix for flooding in cities, but you’re not going to like it

Some cities are imposing fees that force all property owners to help pay for, and even prevent, stormwater runoff from their land

What you need to know about Quebec, Ontario floods

Water levels are expected to recede by Wednesday, but severe damage has already been done.


Landslides, floods kill dozens in South Korea

Residents warned of stray landmines, explosives after mudslide near artillery unit


Extreme Weather Warning

Fires. Floods. Freak storms. Droughts. Why it’s only going to get worse.