Climate Disruption Impacts in BC From 'Atmospheric Rivers' -- So Far!

B.C. Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
The link is to dozens of photos from the recent flooding damage, some of which is still occurring. And, yet another set of forecast storms have already started drenching us on the coast. It appears that nature is forcing a 'just transition' of construction jobs away from pipeline expansion and toward rebuilding highways, bridges, dikes, and devastated communities. A planned transition would have been better, targeting existing needed improvements--and cheaper! Thanks to Sister June Ross in Nanaimo for the link.                  Gene McGuckin
Emergency Flooding Event - November 2021
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A major rain event has impacted much of southern British Columbia including Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland. This began Sunday, November 14 and this is expected to continue through Monday, followed by high winds in many areas.

The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure have been actively responding, monitoring and assessing the many highway closures and will continue to do so as we work with local and emergency service partners.

Safety is our top priority while we deal with a rapidly changing and difficult situation. Your best source of current and accurate highway information is