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    There are many things you can do to get your home #FloodReady. Check out @Bryan_Baeumler’s top 10 DIY fixes:… https://t.co/mGVWdLkqqP
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    Window wells clogged with debris can cause water to pool and seep into your basement. Clear out debris regularly, o… https://t.co/St3CI5W1nU
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    Hurricanes most often affect Canada in August, September, and October when ocean waters are warmest. Is your home… https://t.co/Hqvwcu7qkK
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    Last call for funding proposals: Make your community #FloodReady! National Disaster Mitigation Program proposals ar… https://t.co/QcogkKe5Lm
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    RT @NewsroomGC: .@environmentca confirms six tornadoes hit eastern Ontario and Quebec on Sept 21. When there are #SevereWeather conditions,…
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