Heavy spring floods, which forced thousands of residents from their homes in eastern Canada refuses to let in Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick.
Environment Canada has issued a warning of heavy rainfall, and special applications for weather & # 39; e – a hodgepodge of rain, sleet, snow and ice pellets are available in a wide area of floodplain areas, beginning Tuesday night and with the continuation of on Wednesday.
Two thousand soldiers deployed to flood the area, where the water has risen to historic levels in the eastern and central parts of Ontario, Quebec and along the swollen St. John River in the southern part of New Brunswick, while the annual flooding in Kashechewan First Nation in northern Ontario remains a challenge .
Another 1,500 were allowed to be shipped to Ontario to help with historic flooding along the Ottawa River in central Ontario cottage country towns like Bracebridge and Muskoka Lake.
While many of these areas have been deploying sandbags to help cope with the flood, researchers and consultants say they have not necessarily & # 39 are the best solution.
They say the bags can be effective in the sudden flood, or other situations when they are not in contact with the water for too long, but with sand bags lose their effectiveness as soon as they become saturated with water, that is, they have a limited impact in the prolonged flooding.
Here are the latest developments in each of the affected region.
Ottawa River should start to peak in some areas to the west of the Ottawa-Gatineau on Tuesday, according to the Ottawa River Regulation Planning Board on which measures its water levels.
Some communities along the Ottawa River are already seeing the water are higher than they have seen in the 2017 flood year.
An estimated one million sandbags are between the river Ottawa and residences and businesses in Ottawa, and more in place across the river in Gatineau, Que.
But they may not be up to the task holding back water, which is expected to grow by 50 centimeters, and does not contain peak until later on Tuesday or Wednesday. Municipal officials in Ottawa can not be expected to be the next cleaning mode to a long weekend of Victoria Day.
See the aerial pictures flooded the Ottawa River:
Conditions can make things difficult for those who work to strengthen property against flood waters on Wednesday. Ottawa Gatineau and areas located to the west, as Algonquin Park River Ontario side is expected to receive from two to five centimeters of snow mixed with ice pellets, followed by 15 to 25 mm of rain.
Prem & # 39; -Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday the extreme weather of the & # 39; waking will occur more frequently, and the government is fighting climate change and investing in climate-resilient infrastructure.
Insurance Bureau of Canada predicts record flooding push losses to homeowners from extreme conditions out & # 39; I'm more than $ 1 billion this year.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau said in light of the record floods this spring, the federal government is negotiating with the provinces to invest in disaster mitigation and prevention efforts.
Increasingly, communities are looking at the movement of people living in high-risk, and to pay year after year, to help them rebuild.
Areas along the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario, that there was some flooding, but not on historical levels, could get 20 to 40 mm of rain.
Some people are able to return to their homes in Saint-Martin-sur-le-Lac, Que., On Tuesday afternoon after floodwaters breached platinum on Saturday and forced about 6,000 to flee.
Evacuation procedures will be canceled in some areas of the city, located in the north-west of Montreal and Mayor Sonja Paulus said residents "of these areas need to be before the & # 39; reveal the identity card and get permission before returning home." The order will not include St. Marte section which remains under water.
One resident Kayaking through her house and general emotional video:
Island of Montreal and Laval are in a state of emergency, the measure gives the authorities the right to seize property and power evacuation, while officials in Quebec say evidence indicates the risk of flooding in several rivers across the province remains high.
more than 6,400 flooded houses was registered in the province, and even 3500 is surrounded by water and more than 10,000 evacuees – most of them Saint-Martin-sur-or-Lac.
St. John River from Fredericton to Saint John is still expected to be above flood levels Tuesday, but the New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization said river to recede slowly.
The water level may be leaving, but so far there is no indication if the Trans-Canada Highway will be open between Oromocto and rivers Polyana, nota bene, according to the company, the management section of the highway. This is the second consecutive year, the main road is closed due to flooding.
Yesterday, Defense Minister of Canada visited the area of St. John, to see the work of military to help in an attempt to respond.
HarzhitSajjan He said that if the consequences of the disaster of climate change continues to deteriorate, he may have to increase the number of Canadian military are available.
Kashechewan First Nation
The leaders of the First Nations called for Ontario and the federal government on Monday to help move the community of Kashechewan, as it relates to the annual floods – a problem one would say has already been solved if it was due to the non-indigenous population.
Community members gathered on Parliament Hill on Tuesday.
While he honors the commitment made two years ago to relocate northern Ontario first country higher, drier land in eastern Canada battles flood waters rise, evacuees from Kashechewan are on Parliament Hill with the requirement of the federal government @CBCAlerts @CBCNews # Flood2019 pic.twitter.com/A9mqKW6jSE
Northern Ontario community of 2,500 first flooded in 1976 and every year pumps out over the past few years, while he expects the federal government to fulfill its promise to move a resident of a permanent new location.
"Both levels of government – Ontario and Canada – it is possible to return to normal," said Nishnawbe Aski Nation Deputy Grand Chief Derek Fox. "I think personally that if they were non-local, non-first Nations people, the action could occur much sooner. I truly believe that. "
Central Ontario's cottage country
Bracebridge Mayor said that he hopes that the weather forecast & # 39; I for tomorrow does not play as expected. Environment Canada issued a warning for a swath of precipitation central Ontario, which is struggling to cope with floods in recent days.
Mayor Graydon Smith said that from 25 to 30 mm may fall in the Bracebridge tomorrow, with a little more rain on Thursday. Smith says that another 60 troops arrive in the region today to help with the flood, making a total of 160 soldiers in the area.
Four municipalities have declared a state of emergency in the central part of the Province of Ontario and further east Ontario government activated disaster recovery assistance for Renfrew County and the cities of Pembroke.