加拿大东部发大水 民众划船上路(高清组图)

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  2. 加拿大东部发大水 民众划船上路(高清组图)
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    加拿大广播公司报道说,现在有4个省份 – 安大略省、魁北克省、新不伦瑞克省和新斯科舍省都遭遇了水灾或正面临风险。

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    加拿大总理特鲁多表示,我们的心与受到严重水灾影响的居民、家庭、社区在一起,我想特别强调邻里们、志愿者们,以及在第一线的救灾人员作出的努力,联邦政府正在与市政府、省政府在水灾问题上紧密联系,联邦可以为灾区提供帮助。

    安省:多伦多降雨90毫米

    在安大略省,安大略湖的水位上涨,天气预报今后几天将继续下雨。

    加拿大广播公司报道说,安大略省南部地区在连续下雨,大多伦多星期五到星期六的降雨量可多达 90毫米。

    星期五下午,多伦多市政府警告开车的人,由于大量降雨,有可能从周五下午 15点开始,关闭通往市中心的关键通道 Don Valley Parkway,市政府呼吁人们外出使用公共交通工具。

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    与此同时,大雨对多伦多皮尔逊国际机场的运作产生了影响。另外,首都渥太华的情况也在告急。

    安省一个遭遇了水灾的小镇的居民说,商家给我们送来了食物、水、帐篷,大家真是齐心合力,互相帮助。

    魁省:水位继续上涨

    在魁北克省,先是位于蒙特利尔西部的里戈德(Rigaud)镇被淹,但水灾地区不断扩大,现在,魁省的 Gatineau、 Montreal、Laval 都有部分地区被泡在水里。

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    蒙特利尔市长丹尼斯·克德雷尔(Denis Coderre)星期五上午发推特说,紧急服务机构的官员挨家挨户地探访了灾区的约450户住家,目前有大约100栋房屋遭到破坏,65个家庭被疏散,城市的官员强调,到目前为止,所有疏散都是在自愿的基础上进行的。

    灾区 Île-Bizard 的一位居民向加拿大广播公司投诉说,我们星期二就要沙袋,到现在也没送过来,打电话也没用,当地官员说今后3天内水位还会再涨 9 英寸,我们只能用能找到的东西,砖头什么的尽量把房子围起来。

    今年降雨为往年两倍

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    加拿大广播公司报道说,渥太华和蒙特利尔今年4月的平均降水量是往年4月的两倍,积雪刚刚融化,许多地方的地面“饱和”,没法吸收更多的水。

    加拿大环境与气候变化部的水资源工程师Frank Seglenieks表示,地表饱和,地面上的水就只能流入河流,导致河流的水量迅速增加,使其有溢出来的危险。

    加拿大广播公司报道说,预计新不伦瑞克省和新斯科舍省将从星期五晚上开始下大雨。

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    当地时间5月4日,加拿大魁北克加蒂诺遭遇洪水袭击,过膝的大水给当地民众的生活带来不便。

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    安省? 哪发水了 ? :confused: :shale:
     
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    Ottawa-Gatineau flooding: Maps of road and path closures
    Get the latest information from the City of Gatineau, City of Ottawa and the NCC
    CBC News Posted: May 05, 2017 3:34 PM ET Last Updated: May 05, 2017 6:29 PM ET

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    Flooding in some parts of Gatineau is the worst residents have seen in 20 years. (Ashley Burke/CBC)

    The Ottawa River is expected to rise even higher in the days ahead as spring rain continues to drench the region into the weekend.

    To help keep track of the latest information, we've assembled these useful maps and links to help you make informed choices:

    Gatineau
    Important links:

    Residents who evacuate their home are invited to visit one of the following centres for flood victims:

    • Jean-René-Monette Community Centre, 89 Jean-René-Monette St.
    • Masson-Angers Services Centre, 57 Montréal Rd.
    If needed, the Red Cross will provide assistance.

    Road closures in Gatineau
    Can't see the map? Click here to view it.

    National Capital Region
    Flooding has led the National Capital Commission to close some pathways and parks along the shore. Look at the map below to see which areas are closed. Can't see map? View it here.


    National Capital Commission map of closed pathways

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    就给大家这图?

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    'Our worst nightmare is coming': Water levels expected to rise in Ottawa region
    'This will flood even more homes, so that's the big worry,' says river regulation engineer
    CBC News Posted: May 05, 2017 9:23 AM ET Last Updated: May 05, 2017 3:44 PM ET

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    Clarence-Rockland declared a state of emergency late Thursday afternoon. Already high water levels are expected to rise more as a deluge of spring rain continues. (Andrew Foote/CBC)

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    Already high Ottawa River water levels are expected to rise in the coming days as a deluge of spring rain continues.

    The levels had been beginning to ease before the rain started Thursday night, but officials fear that's not going to hold. The forecast calls for rain to continue through Sunday, and a rainfall warning is in effect.

    Water levels "had been stabilizing in the last day, the last couple days, but the immediate concern, and it's very worrying, is that this rainfall that we're getting now ... the levels will rise again," said Manon Lalonde, an executive engineer for the Ottawa River Regulation Secretariat, which carries out the work ordered by the Ottawa River Regulation Planning Board.

    The board manages the Ottawa River basin.

    "Saturday, Sunday, into Monday, the peaking time and peaking level, will depend really on the locations ... and this will flood even more homes, so that's the big worry," Lalonde told CBC Radio's Ottawa Morning Friday.

    "My heart goes out to people whose houses are underwater. I can't imagine the stress and the hardship that they are going through right now. This is really terrible."

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    A man kayaks along Voisine Road in Clarence-Rockland on Friday morning. (Andrew Foote/CBC)

    Flood warnings, watches issued Friday
    The Rideau Valley Conservation Authority issued a flood warning Friday for the Rideau River watershed. Christie Lake on the Tay River is expected to experience flooding as water is released from Bobs Lake to relieve high water there.

    Releases from Big Rideau Lake will increase flows downstream. Some flooding can be expected starting on the Long Reach between Manotick and Kemptville, in particular at Hilly Lane, where access roads are expected to be submerged today. Windsor and Brantwood Parks in Old Ottawa South and East, which were under water in April, are expected to be flooded again.

    The Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority issued a flood watch for the Mississippi Valley watershed, and a flood warning for Constance Bay along the Ottawa River. Levels are not expected to peak until early next week. Of greatest concern is the Bayview Drive area in Constance Bay, where access could be restricted.

    Levels on Dalhousie Lake are expected to get close to the height they were earlier this spring and could exceed those levels by five to 10 centimetres based on the forecasted rain, the authority said. Levels on the Clyde and Fall rivers and on Mississippi Lake are not expected to become as high as they were.

    "Water levels remain very high across the upper portion of the Mississippi Valley watershed so it will be at least two weeks before levels begin to return to normal," the authority said.



    This type of flooding seen before
    The most affected areas are downstream of the Ottawa River's junction with the Gatineau River, Lalonde said, essentially from the Hull Marina to Lac des Deux Montagnes in the Montreal area.

    Affected areas include:

    • Lac Deschênes and Britannia.
    • Thurso, Que.
    • Templeton and Pointe-Gatineau.
    • Masson-Angers.
    • Clarence-Rockland, Ont.
    • Grenville.
    • Hawkesbury, Ont.
    • Fort-Coulonge, Que.
    The Ottawa River basin is managed with large reservoirs north of Gatineau, Lalonde said. While this level of flooding is unusual, it's happened before.

    "In a typical year these reservoirs, the way they're regulated, it's so effective at reducing floods downstream that most people don't even realize that there is such a thing as a spring flood," she said.

    "But in years like this one, the runoff from the central part of the watershed, the part that is unregulated — so that's south of Maniwaki, south of Lake Timiskaming — the runoff is so great there that the river jumped its bank in some areas, and there are just no man-made structures down here capable of stopping this.

    "I have to say that this type of spring flood has been seen in the past in the watershed. It happened in the 1920s, it happened in the '50s and the '70s, and it's happening now. It's just the nature of things, and it will happen again."

    In Ottawa, water levels have affected some 75 properties, the city said Friday.

    The city has set up emergency reception and lodging centres at the Royal Canadian Legion 616 at 377 Allbirch Rd. and the François Dupuis Recreation Centre at 2263 Portobello Blvd.

    'I don't know if we're going to win'
    Clarence-Rockland, east of Ottawa, declared a state of emergency late Thursday afternoon. Affected residents are being asked to leave their homes, and a shelter has been set up at the Clarence Creek arena.

    "I guess our worst nightmare is coming," Mayor Guy Desjardins told Ottawa Morning Friday.

    "We can use all the help we can get, but I don't know if we're going to win on this one. They're saying 30 to 70 millimetres of rain, which would bring the level, they say, to 25 centimetres higher. At 25 centimetres higher we're going to lose a lot of battles, no matter how many sandbags we put in, unfortunately."



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    The hydro has been turned off on the island where a ferry operates, and natural gas has been shut off to several homes.

    The decision to leave, so far, rests with residents.

    'Things are tough for many, many citizens'
    In Gatineau, Mayor Maxime Pedneaud-Jobin also wants residents to decide for themselves whether they want to leave. Firefighters have gone door-to-door on flooded streets, explaining to residents that there will be delays in the event of an emergency.

    "I think it's a personal choice that I do respect," Pedneaud-Jobin told Ottawa Morning.

    "Things are tough for many, many citizens. I visit everyday almost every location that is affected, but Pointe-Gatineau, it's terrible because it's not a very rich neighbourhood as well. People are losing a lot. For some people, their house is the only thing they have, so it's difficult for many, many of them."
     
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    你的村长怎么当的,“The Rideau Valley Conservation Authority issued a flood warning” 这么重大的消息你都不让大家知道。
     
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    哦,酱紫,Gatineau发水。 大水都在脚跟前了,村里没人惊叫 :eek: ,忒镇静了。 居然魁瓜还在这里嬉笑玩耍 :monster::evil:
     
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