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A sandbag dike holds back the water from the Fraser River in Chilliwack, B.C., on June 28, 2012. A major flood of B.C.'s Fraser River could impact as many as 2.2 million people, devastating residents, destroying First Nations' lands and putting a damper on the province's economy. Groups representing many of those interests are now developing a comprehensive flood plan, recognizing that the Lower Mainland is highly vulnerable to river and coastal flooding, and that climate change means the risk of a disaster will increase. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

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A sandbag dike holds back the water from the Fraser River in Chilliwack, B.C., on June 28, 2012. A major flood of B.C.'s Fraser River could impact as many as 2.2 million people, devastating residents, destroying First Nations' lands and putting a damper on the province's economy. Groups representing many of those interests are now developing a comprehensive flood plan, recognizing that the Lower Mainland is highly vulnerable to river and coastal flooding, and that climate change means the risk of a disaster will increase. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

ICE Futures Canada Monday: Canola futures prices lower, barley unchanged

WINNIPEG - ICE Futures Canada closing prices:

Canola: Nov. '14 $9.40 lower $433.90; Jan '15 $9.60 lower $437.20; March '15 $9.30 lower $437.10; May '15 $9.30 lower $433.10; July '15 $10.60 lower $428.50; Nov '15 $13.10 lower $416.00; Jan. '16 $13.10 lower $422.00; March '16 $13.10 lower $425.80; May '16 $13.10 ...

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