As waters recede in Rigaud, officials fear rising costs promoting “hard decisions”

Gruenwald claims the he and other municipalities affected by the historic 2019 flooding are not getting the same funding for housing flood victims as they did in 2017. 

Read more:

Actual news in your location

Similar news

As Trans Mountain decision looms, poll suggests majority of B.C. still supports pipeline 0 0 0
Raptors fans celebrate championship parade in Pickering at Jurassic Park East 0 0 0
Rumeurs LNH : Jacob Trouba aux enchères? 0 0 0
Humane society veteran suffers through allergies to promote animal adoptions: ‘That’s awesome’ 0 0 0
Backes ne serait pas racheté par les Bruins 0 0 0
Trans Mountain pipeline expansion: Five things to know about the project ahead of Tuesday’s key decision 0 0 0
5 things to know about the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project 0 0 0
New Samuel de Champlain Bridge to open northbound lane June 24, southbound lane July 1 0 0 0
Rick Zamperin: After an epic NBA title run, we now wait for Kawhi Leonard’s decision 0 0 0
Woman’s Pride flag removed by Langley Township over neighbour’s complaint 0 0 0