How to make homes flood-resilient

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CBC News published this video item, entitled “How to make homes flood-resilient” – below is their description.

In light of B.C.’s recent catastrophic floods and heavy rains, some experts are offering temporary and long-term solutions to prepare homes for extreme weather events and flooding, which is expected to increase due to climate change.

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