Canada: Flood will cost City of Toronto more than $60 million

Toronto Star: The severe summer storm that flooded Toronto’s subway system, spewing water from manholes and causing widespread erosion to ravines, parks and roadways will have cost the city more than $60 million when all is said and done, says a recent report by the city manager. Joseph Pennachetti says the July 8 storm highlighted major deficiencies in Toronto’s storm water infrastructure, and calls on the provincial and federal governments to help cover the costs of improvements. Pennachetti’s report estimates......

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