Vancouver, Canada’s third-largest city, lost its road and rail links to the rest of the country, cut off by washed-out bridges and landslides.
It was the second time in six months that the province had endured a major weather-related emergency, and experts say the two disasters are probably related to changes in the climate.
Austen, Ian. Isai, Vjosa. “Vancouver Is Marooned by Flooding and Besieged Again by Climate Change” The New York Times. November 21, 2021.