Lake Ontario flooding seeps into downtown Toronto condo buildings

These days, you have to be careful not to slip as you walk across the parking garage at the 55/65 Harbour Square condo building.  Water from Lake Ontario has been seeping into the downtown building’s single-level concrete parking garage of the downtown building and algae is starting to grow in some of the flooded areas. The only things that have been parked down here for a few weeks are the industrial pumps that have been running around the clock.     Read the article………….


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