Officials of British Columbia are set to offer an update on flooding in the province today, as the rainstorm in the north is set to move south.
Minister of Public Safety, Mike Farnworth, alongside Ministers of Agriculture and Transportation are set to host a morning news conference.
This came after a weekend that witnessed soldiers come to help farmers save livestock and assisted in sandbagging efforts.
Environment Canada has released a special weather statement for the North Coast as the rain is expected to move south later today.
Derek Lee, a meteorologist with Environment Canada, said a brief break from rain is expected on Tuesday before another weather system happens on Wednesday bringing about more rain.
Minister of Federal Employment, Carla Qualtrough said residents displaced or left unemployed because of funding should apply for employment insurance instantly, even if they wouldn’t qualify normally.