Premier Scott Moe says Saskatchewan is sending resources to B.C as that province continues to deal with heavy rain and ongoing flooding.
Moe made the announcement in a tweet Monday morning saying sandbagging machines, temporary walls and other things are heading to B.C as they continue to navigate through a very difficult situation.
I have offered @jjhorgan any resources that our province can provide to support their response to the devastating floods.
Over the weekend, Saskatchewan sent sandbagging machines, Hesco Barriers (temporary walls), and a SPSA employee to support the emergency response. pic.twitter.com/M7cV0TJvrn
— Scott Moe (@PremierScottMoe) November 29, 2021
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