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(March, 1999 - July, 2010)
 
Apr 29, 2009 - River Watch
Oromocto
The Department of Public Safety’s New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization is monitoring water levels in the Oromocto area.
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Apr 28, 2009 - River Watch
McGowan's Corner / Lakeville Corner route 690
The Department of Public Safety’s New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization is monitoring water levels in the McGowan's Corner area.
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Apr 24, 2009 - River Watch
Campbellton
The Department of Public Safety’s New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization is monitoring water levels in the Campbellton area.
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Apr 23, 2009 - River Watch
Fredericton
Heavy rain and warmer temperatures have contributed to increased water levels on the St. John River.
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Apr 9, 2009 - River Watch
Grand Falls
The Department of Public Safety’s New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization is monitoring water levels and ice-jam conditions in the Grand Falls area.
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Apr 8, 2009 - River Watch
Flood-Damaged Roads - Nashwaak
The Department of Public Safety’s New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization is monitoring water levels and ice-jam conditions in the Nashwaak area.
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Apr 8, 2009 - River Watch
Porter Cove / Priceville / Hayesville
The Department of Public Safety’s New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization is monitoring water levels and ice-jam conditions in the Porter Cove / Priceville area.
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Apr 7, 2009 - River Watch
Hartland ice jam
The Department of Public Safety’s New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization is monitoring water levels and ice-jam conditions in the Hartland area.
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Apr 7, 2009 - River Watch
Monitoring River - Woodstock
The Department of Public Safety’s New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization is monitoring water levels and ice-jam conditions in the Woodstock area.
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Apr 7, 2009 - River Watch
Ice jam - Aroostook, N.B. / Fort Fairfield, Me.
The Department of Public Safety’s New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization is monitoring water levels and ice-jam conditions throughout the province. Pictured: Ice-jam formation at Aroostook, N .....
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Apr 7, 2009 - River Watch
Monitoring River Flows
The Department of Public Safety’s New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization is monitoring water levels and ice-jam conditions at Sainte-Anne-de-Madawaska and throughout the province.
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Mar 16, 2009 - Public Safety
River Watch 2009 now underway
New Brunswickers are advised by the Department of Public Safety's New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization (NB-EMO) that River Watch 2009 is now underway.
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Mar 13, 2009 - River Watch
Frozen River
People along the St. John River will be watching closely as the ice breaks up and snow melts this spring.
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Oct 28, 2008 - River Watch
RAIN DAMAGE
Heavy rains on Tuesday, Oct. 28 caused road closures and some washouts in some regions of the province. Pictured, the Coy Road in Ripples, N.B., where a large culvert was washed out by the rain.
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Sep 9, 2008 - River Watch
Storm Damage
Heavy rains and runoff caused washouts and flooding in several areas of southern New Brunswick, including areas around Moncton and Saint John. Photos: Route 955, Moncton area.
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Aug 7, 2008 - River Watch
Flood-Damaged Roads
A number of roads and bridges were damaged due to torrential rains and flash flooding during the 2008 New Brunswick Day weekend.
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May 9, 2008 - River Watch
Disaster Recovery Spring 2008 / Update information
Residents must report their flood damage and register for the Disaster Financial Assistance program (if they have not already done so) by calling 1-888-298-8555, or online at http://www.snb.ca/emo. Pe .....
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May 7, 2008 - Transportation
Landry visits Route 105 flood area in Maugerville
Transportation Minister Denis Landry surveys flood damage to Route 105 in Maugerville, where sheets of asphalt have lifted from the road and come to rest in a nearby field. Landry inspected damage to .....
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May 6, 2008 - River Watch
Flood Update - May 6
Shawn Paulson, chief inspector, electrical inspection program, Public Safety, briefs reporters on the current flooding situation along the St. John River basin. People living or working along streams, .....
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May 5, 2008 - River Watch
Flood Update - May 5
Ernie MacGillivray (left), director, N.B. Emergency Measures Organization and Andy Morton, deputy director, brief reporters on the current flooding situation along the St. John River basin. People li .....
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May 4, 2008 - River Watch
Flood warning extended
Persons living or working along all streams, tributaries and rivers in the St. John River valley are asked to remain on alert, especially in the lower valley, as we remain above or near flood stage in .....
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May 4, 2008 - Office of the Premier
Flood Recovery Program
The Government of New Brunswick has announced a detailed recovery program for victims of recent flooding along the St. John River system.
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May 3, 2008 - River Watch
Flood warning extended
Persons living or working along all streams, tributaries and rivers in the St. John River valley are asked to remain on alert, especially in the lower valley, as we remain above or near flood stage in .....
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May 3, 2008 - River Watch
Saturday Briefing - Flood 2008
The health dangers associated with flood waters and the Red Cross reception/information centres for evacuees were among the key topics discussed during a Saturday afternoon briefing on the 2008 Flood .....
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May 2, 2008 - River Watch
Flood Update
Andy Morton, deputy director, N.B. Emergency Measures Organization, briefs reporters on the current flooding situation along the St. John River basin. People living or working along streams, tributari .....
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May 2, 2008 - River Watch
Grand Falls Gorge
The St. John River surges through the Grand Falls Gorge on Thursday, May 1, following heavy rain storms in the region.
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May 2, 2008 - River Watch
Fort Kent and Clair
An aerial view of the St. John River as it floods its banks in Fort Kent, Me., and Clair, N.B.
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May 1, 2008 - River Watch
Bridge Over Troubled Water
Water levels throughout the St. John River basin have risen to dangerous levels in several communities and threatened local communities and infrastructure, such as bridges.
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May 1, 2008 - River Watch
Uprooted by Flood Water
This home was seen floating down the St. John River south of Edmundston, April 30, 2008.
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May 1, 2008 - River Watch
Darlings Island
As the Kennebecasis River overflows its banks in the Lower St. John River basin, some residents are evacuating Darlings Island in anticipation of rising water levels over the next few days.
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May 1, 2008 - River Watch
Dealing with Flood Waters
Near record water levels in the St. John River were recorded in Fredericton on Thursday, May 1.
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May 1, 2008 - River Watch
View from the Air
Aerial images of the St. John River basin on Thursday, May 1, including Fredericton, Maugerville and Burton.
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May 1, 2008 - River Watch
Flood Update
Premier Shawn Graham and Andy Morton (left), deputy director, N.B. Emergency Measures Organization, brief reporters on the current flooding situation along the St. John River basin. People living or w .....
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Apr 30, 2008 - River Watch
Securing Flood Zones
Emergency officials are providing security and patrolling areas where the St. John River has expanded to cover roadways and people have evacuated their homes.
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Apr 30, 2008 - River Watch
1973 Flood Levels Expected
Officials from the Joint Provincial Emergency Operation Centre in Fredericton held a media briefing Wednesday noting that flood levels in the St. John River basin are expected to reach levels experien .....
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Apr 30, 2008 - River Watch
Rising Flood Waters
Public Safety Minister John Foran (left) and Andy Morton, deputy director, N.B. Emergency Measures Organization, held a news conference Wednesday morning to brief reporters on preparations for rising .....
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Apr 29, 2008 - River Watch
Prepare for High Water
People living or working along all streams, tributaries and rivers in the St. John River valley are asked to remain on alert, as we remain above or near flood stage in most areas.
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Apr 29, 2008 - River Watch
Red Cross volunteers assist those affected by flooding
Several volunteers are working at the registration centre in Fredericton to assist those people affected by recent flooding. Pictured: Linda Newman, volunteer and Debbie Cawker, an employee of the R .....
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Apr 28, 2008 - River Watch
Monitoring River Flows
The Provincial Emergency Operations Centre in Fredericton is co-ordinating the provincial level response. Provincial departments and agencies are working in conjunction with local authorities from the .....
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Apr 25, 2008 - River Watch
Birds-eye View
Aerial views of the lower St. John River basin and flooded riverbanks on Friday, April 25, 2008. This included Maugerville, Sheffield, Jemseg and Grand-Lake at Princess Park.
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Apr 25, 2008 - River Watch
Permits Required
Due to flooding in the lower St. John River basin, barricades have been set up on Route 105, restricting access from Maugerville to Jemseg. Residents with a pass will be permitted entry only if the ve .....
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Apr 24, 2008 - River Watch
Red Cross volunteers assist those affected by flooding
Several volunteers are working at the registration centre in Fredericton to assist those people affected by recent flooding.
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Apr 24, 2008 - River Watch
Monitoring River Flows
The Provincial Emergency Operations Centre in Fredericton is co-ordinating the provincial level response. Provincial departments and agencies are working in conjunction with local authorities from the .....
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Apr 23, 2008 - River Watch
Monitoring River Flows
The Provincial Emergency Operations Centre in Fredericton is co-ordinating the provincial level response. Provincial departments and agencies are working in conjunction with local authorities from the .....
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Apr 22, 2008 - River Watch
Monitoring River Flows
Persons living or working along streams, tributaries and rivers in the lower St. John River valley are asked to remain on alert for water level increases that can cause flooding.
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Apr 21, 2008 - River Watch
ICE JAM - Restigouche
On the Restigouche River, the ice jam at Flatlands, just west of Tide Head, remains in place.
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Apr 21, 2008 - River Watch
ICE JAM - Restigouche
Water levels continue to rise on the Restigouche River.
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Apr 21, 2008 - River Watch
ICE JAM - Perth Andover
As of Sunday morning, there is only one ice accumulation being reported along the St. John River below Perth Andover, and the ice remains in the Muniac-Kilburn area, with no reported flooding.
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Apr 18, 2008 - River Watch
Monitoring River Flows
Officials are monitoring ice-break up and water levels and flows throughout the St. John, Miramichi and Restigouche river basins. People are asked to remain alert for ice movement and the subsequent r .....
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Apr 16, 2008 - River Watch
Monitoring River Flows
Officials are monitoring ice-break up and water levels and flows throughout the St. John, Miramichi and Restigouche river basins. People are asked to remain alert for ice movement and the subsequent r .....
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Apr 11, 2008 - River Watch
Monitoring River Flows
Officials are monitoring ice-break up and water levels and flows throughout the St. John, Miramichi and Restigouche river basins. People are asked to remain alert for ice movement and the subsequent r .....
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Apr 24, 2007 - River Watch
Monitoring River Flows
Officials are monitoring ice-break up and water levels and flows throughout the St. John, Miramichi and Restigouche river basins. People are asked to remain alert for ice movement and the subsequent r .....
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Mar 16, 2007 - River Watch
Ice-Jam
NB-EMO is monitoring water levels and ice break-up in New Brunswick rivers and tributaries. This photo shows an ice-jam on the Kennebecasis River.
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Jan 20, 2006 - River Watch
Priceville Ice Jam
ICE JAM - NB-EMO is monitoring water levels and ice break-up in New Brunswick rivers and tributaries.
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Jan 19, 2006 - River Watch
Riley Brook Ice Jam
ICE JAM - An ice jam at Riley Brook remains in place and continues to restrict water flow. NB-EMO is monitoring water levels and ice break-up in New Brunswick rivers and tributaries.
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Jan 18, 2006 - River Watch
Hartland Ice Jam
MEASURES ICE – Hydrologist Brian Burrell measures the ice thickness in the ice jam at Hartland. NB-EMO is monitoring water levels and ice break-up in New Brunswick rivers and tributaries.
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Jan 15, 2006 - River Watch
Robinsonville Ice Jam
ICE JAM - NB-EMO is monitoring water levels and ice break-up in New Brunswick rivers and tributaries.
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May 3, 2005 - River Watch
RiverWatch 2005
Homes and businesses in the lower St. John River basin experienced flooding, following heavy rains during the annual spring freshet.
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