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2021-11-18 19:05

Logging and wildfires have also removed old-growth trees with deep roots, leading to a higher risk of landslides when it rains. Human development in flood plains, and the increase of non-absorbent asphalt also increases risks of flooding, Prof White said.

The extreme weather in Canada comes days after world leaders met for the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow.

The same region, British Columbia, suffered a record high heat wave in the summer that killed more than 500 people as well as wildfires, including one that destroyed the village of Lytton.

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2021-11-18 19:13 #1

The rains and winds had largely finished by Tuesday afternoon, but several communities remain stranded. More rain is forecast later in the week, and officials have warned that the death toll is likely to rise.

Helicopters on Wednesday dropped food supplies to stranded mountain communities after slides destroyed roads and floods submerged major highways.

The town of Tulameen has about 400 people trapped there, according to Reuters news agency.

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2021-11-18 19:23 #2

Some communities at higher elevations have seen temperatures drop below freezing. Farmers and ranchers at lower elevations have struggled with widespread flooding and thousands of animals have died.

Approximately 1,500 travellers became stranded in the town of Hope after roads closed, Grace Baptist Church Pastor Jeff Kuhn told BBC News in an email on Wednesday.



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2021-11-18 19:30 #3

Residents of some neighbourhoods in the city of Abbotsford were told on Tuesday to leave immediately as rising water levels posed "a significant risk to life".

In a press conference on Wednesday, Mayor Henry Braun said water levels in the nearby Fraser River were dropping but warned: "We're not out of this yet.

"If we have another weather event like we just went through, we're in deep doo-doo," he said.

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2021-11-18 19:37 #4

Scotland's bottle return scheme seems likely to suffer further days, with the Scottish government blaming Covid-19, Brexit and a row over tax rules.

The scheme will add 20p to the price of products sold in some plastic drinking containers, cans and glass with the money being refunded when the containers are returned.



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2021-11-18 19:42 #5

It is now widely expected to be delayed again after Circular Economy Minister Lorna Slater told MSPs that a number of other issues were holding up the system, including Brexit.

She also claimed there had been a "lack of clarity" from the UK government over the tax status of the 20p deposits.

Ms Slater insisted that the government remains fully committed to implementing the scheme - but would not give a timescale for when it would actually happen.



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