1430EDT May 31 2012 – Thunder Bay Video Report from Shaw Cable Ten



THUNDER BAY – The impact of the flooding in Thunder Bay is reaching out across the region as people are starting to move toward recovery, and people are starting to clean up their homes.

There are a lot of things to keep in mind moving to clean a flooded home.

One of the best resources out there is from the Government of Saskatchewan.

Government of Saskatchewan Cleaning Up After the Flood

The City of Thunder Bay is asking residents to remain aware that water conservation is important. While city drinking water is safe to drink, the real issue is what you flush down the drain.

As witnessed last night with reports of a home being impacted by flooding having its basement walls affected, the water use issue remains a factor to consider each time you turn on a tap.

If you have ideas you would like to share, we welcome them:

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