May 8, 2017
The province of Quebec, Canada was hit by heavy flooding on May 6 due to torrential rains combined with rising snowmelt. 1,900 homes have been flooded across 126 towns and cities. A state of emergency is in effect for 48 hours. The flooding has affected areas east and west of Montreal, and an order of evacuation has been issued for major flood zones. The province of Ontario has also been significantly affected by the flooding, with Lake Ontario's water level reaching an extent not seen since 1993.
Rigaud, April 29th.
Montreal April 10th.
Ottawa River, between Constance Bay and Clarence Rockland.