The devastation of flooding in B.C. is on a scale unlike anything Canada has ever seen

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The devastation of flooding in B.C. is on a scale unlike anything Canada has ever seen.

Major infrastructure has been destroyed, supply chains have been cut off and ecological systems have been disrupted.

National Post columnist Terry Glavin joins Dave Breckenridge to discuss how the disaster showed gaps in the province’s emergency preparedness, why B.C. may not be through the worst of it, and why this is a disaster Canadians can’t ignore.

Background reading: Terry Glavin: The scale of the disaster unfolding in B.C. is unprecedented

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