How The Ontario Government Can Better Tackle The Flooding Issue: An In Depth Report

Ontario creating task force to improve flooding resilience

As a good and helpful citizen of the province of Ontario, I have taken it upon myself to compile a list of recommendations in hopes of helping to solve this growing problem. It is as follows:

  1. Don’t gut the funding for all of the flood management programs and the experts who run them, ya fuckin’ tool belts.
  2. Quit wasting thousands of man hours and hundreds of thousands of dollars fighting against a federal government that’s actually trying to take legitimate steps to fix the problem. People need more than the disingenuous bloviating you goofs have been offering.

You’re welcome. Now go put the money where it’s needed instead of wasting it on high priced consultants that we’re probably going to eventually find out you’re friends with.

Ontario is creating a task force on improving the province’s resilience to flooding, following high water levels this spring in several communities.
Premier Doug Ford and Natural Resources Minister John Yakabuski said in a statement that the government will work to better plan for and reduce the impacts of flooding.
“Over the past couple of weeks, we have seen first-hand the devastating effect of flooding on our communities,” they said in the statement Friday. “The people of Ontario can’t go through this every year. Something needs to change.”

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