New Brunswick

Join a conversation about flooding in New Brunswick

Join CBC New Brunswick for a public forum called Future Floods: Climate Crisis for New Brunswickers. It will be held at Kinsella Auditorium, St. Thomas University on May 23.

CBC New Brunswick is hosting a public forum at St. Thomas University's Kinsella Auditorium on May 23

Two "historic" spring floods in a row have many along the St. John River talking about climate change, and bracing for more intense floods, more often in the future.

Join CBC New Brunswick's Terry Seguin and local panelists for a community conversation. We'll explore what New Brunswickers should be doing to adapt to the new climate reality, and whether the public and officials should be doing more already.   

Attend in person:

Thursday, May 23 at 7 p.m.
Kinsella Auditorium
St. Thomas University
9 Duffie Dr., Fredericton

Seating is limited. First come. First seated.

Can't make it there in person:

You can also watch online at cbc.ca/nb, on CBC GEM or on CBC New Brunswick's Facebook page.

How the St. John River floods

3 years ago
Duration 1:26
How high will the St. John River rise this spring, and does the Mactaquac Dam have anything to do with it? A New Brunswick flood, explained. 1:26

These are the two main types of floods along the St. John River

3 years ago
Duration 1:35
Ice jams and open-water are the main types of spring floods along the St. John River. 1:35

Going back home after the flood? Here's a list of do's and don'ts

3 years ago
Duration 1:15
EMO's Geoffrey Downey breaks down the list of things that should be done as you return home after the flood. 1:15

Here's a list of essentials for your flood kit

3 years ago
Duration 0:47
EMO's Geoffrey Downey lists what a 72-hour flood kit should contain and why. 0:47

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