Quebeckers’ postdeluge dilemma: Stay in harm’s way, or bear the high cost of leaving

As Quebec communities clean up after this spring’s floods, anger is rising among those who don’t have the means to move on – and who wish the province was doing more to help. In a country with an ad-hoc approach to natural disasters, their struggle could soon be everyone else’s, too

Read as, Centre for Hydrology director, John Pomeroy comments on the relation of climate change and flooding occurring in Canada.