Edition:
International
Pictures | Fri Dec 3, 2021 | 2:54pm EST

Recovery efforts continue in Canada's flood-hit British Columbia

A man walks with a fuel container, after an evacuation order was issued for the Everglades Resort on Hatzic Island following rainstorms that lashed the western Canadian province, triggering landslides and floods, shutting highways, in Mission, British Columbia, Canada December 1, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

A man walks with a fuel container, after an evacuation order was issued for the Everglades Resort on Hatzic Island following rainstorms that lashed the western Canadian province, triggering landslides and floods, shutting highways, in Mission,...more

A man walks with a fuel container, after an evacuation order was issued for the Everglades Resort on Hatzic Island following rainstorms that lashed the western Canadian province, triggering landslides and floods, shutting highways, in Mission, British Columbia, Canada December 1, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier
Close
1 / 18
A restoration company vehicle sits in a flooded field after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province, in Abbotsford, British Columbia, November 30, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

A restoration company vehicle sits in a flooded field after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province, in Abbotsford, British Columbia, November 30, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

A restoration company vehicle sits in a flooded field after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province, in Abbotsford, British Columbia, November 30, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier
Close
2 / 18
Chris Land checks on the family vacation property after an evacuation order was issued for the Everglades Resort in Mission, British Columbia, December 1, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

Chris Land checks on the family vacation property after an evacuation order was issued for the Everglades Resort in Mission, British Columbia, December 1, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

Chris Land checks on the family vacation property after an evacuation order was issued for the Everglades Resort in Mission, British Columbia, December 1, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier
Close
3 / 18
Cleanup crews remove debris after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province, triggering landslides and floods, shutting highways, in Abbotsford, British Columbia, November 30, 2021. REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

Cleanup crews remove debris after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province, triggering landslides and floods, shutting highways, in Abbotsford, British Columbia, November 30, 2021. REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

Cleanup crews remove debris after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province, triggering landslides and floods, shutting highways, in Abbotsford, British Columbia, November 30, 2021. REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier
Close
4 / 18
View of the floodwater after an evacuation order was issued for the Everglades Resort on Hatzic Island in Mission, British Columbia, December 1, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

View of the floodwater after an evacuation order was issued for the Everglades Resort on Hatzic Island in Mission, British Columbia, December 1, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

View of the floodwater after an evacuation order was issued for the Everglades Resort on Hatzic Island in Mission, British Columbia, December 1, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier
Close
5 / 18
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks to reporters with British Columbia's Premier John Horgan (not pictured) after visiting the flooded Fraser Valley, at the provincial legislature in Victoria, British Columbia, November 26, 2021.  REUTERS/Kevin Light

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks to reporters with British Columbia's Premier John Horgan (not pictured) after visiting the flooded Fraser Valley, at the provincial legislature in Victoria, British Columbia, November 26, 2021....more

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks to reporters with British Columbia's Premier John Horgan (not pictured) after visiting the flooded Fraser Valley, at the provincial legislature in Victoria, British Columbia, November 26, 2021.  REUTERS/Kevin Light
Close
6 / 18
A fridge lies in the floodwater at the Everglades Resort on Hatzic Island in Mission, British Columbia, December 1, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

A fridge lies in the floodwater at the Everglades Resort on Hatzic Island in Mission, British Columbia, December 1, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

A fridge lies in the floodwater at the Everglades Resort on Hatzic Island in Mission, British Columbia, December 1, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier
Close
7 / 18
A man walks in waist-high water as an evacuation order is issued for the Everglades Resort on Hatzic Island in Mission, British Columbia, December 1, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

A man walks in waist-high water as an evacuation order is issued for the Everglades Resort on Hatzic Island in Mission, British Columbia, December 1, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

A man walks in waist-high water as an evacuation order is issued for the Everglades Resort on Hatzic Island in Mission, British Columbia, December 1, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier
Close
8 / 18
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is shown maps by Abbottsford Mayor Henry Braun during a visit to the city after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province of British Columbia, in Abbottsford, British Columbia, November 26, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is shown maps by Abbottsford Mayor Henry Braun during a visit to the city after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province of British Columbia, in Abbottsford, British Columbia, November 26, 2021....more

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is shown maps by Abbottsford Mayor Henry Braun during a visit to the city after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province of British Columbia, in Abbottsford, British Columbia, November 26, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier
Close
9 / 18
Water rolls over a road and into a field after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province, triggering landslides and floods, shutting highways, in Abbotsford, British Columbia, November 30, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

Water rolls over a road and into a field after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province, triggering landslides and floods, shutting highways, in Abbotsford, British Columbia, November 30, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

Water rolls over a road and into a field after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province, triggering landslides and floods, shutting highways, in Abbotsford, British Columbia, November 30, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier
Close
10 / 18
A pickup truck drives along a road damaged by floodwater after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province, Abbotsford, British Columbia, November 30, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

A pickup truck drives along a road damaged by floodwater after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province, Abbotsford, British Columbia, November 30, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

A pickup truck drives along a road damaged by floodwater after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province, Abbotsford, British Columbia, November 30, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier
Close
11 / 18
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Abbotsford after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province of British Columbia, November 26, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Abbotsford after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province of British Columbia, November 26, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Abbotsford after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province of British Columbia, November 26, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier
Close
12 / 18
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Abbotsford with Mayor of Abbotsford Henry Braun, after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province, in Abbotsford, November 26, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Abbotsford with Mayor of Abbotsford Henry Braun, after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province, in Abbotsford, November 26, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Abbotsford with Mayor of Abbotsford Henry Braun, after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province, in Abbotsford, November 26, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier
Close
13 / 18
Debris from a recycling depot lies in the road after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province, in Abbotsford, British Columbia,  November 30, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

Debris from a recycling depot lies in the road after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province, in Abbotsford, British Columbia, November 30, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

Debris from a recycling depot lies in the road after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province, in Abbotsford, British Columbia, November 30, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier
Close
14 / 18
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Abbottsford after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province of British Columbia, in Abbottsford,  November 26, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Abbottsford after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province of British Columbia, in Abbottsford, November 26, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Abbottsford after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province of British Columbia, in Abbottsford, November 26, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier
Close
15 / 18
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Abbotsford with Mayor of Abbotsford Henry Braun, in Abbotsford, British Columbia, November 26, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Abbotsford with Mayor of Abbotsford Henry Braun, in Abbotsford, British Columbia, November 26, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Abbotsford with Mayor of Abbotsford Henry Braun, in Abbotsford, British Columbia, November 26, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier
Close
16 / 18
Cleanup crews remove debris after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province, in Abbotsford, British Columbia,  November 30, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

Cleanup crews remove debris after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province, in Abbotsford, British Columbia, November 30, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

Cleanup crews remove debris after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province, in Abbotsford, British Columbia, November 30, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier
Close
17 / 18
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Abbotsford in British Columbia, Canada November 26, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Abbotsford in British Columbia, Canada November 26, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Abbotsford in British Columbia, Canada November 26, 2021.  REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier
Close
18 / 18

Next Slideshows

Photos of the week

A selection of our top news photography from the past week.

Dec 03 2021

Pictures of the year: Aerials

Our top photos taken from above this year.

Dec 03 2021

Pictures of the Year: Environment

Our top environment photos in 2021.

Dec 03 2021

Pictures of the year: Animals

Our top animal photos of 2021 so far.

Dec 03 2021

MORE IN PICTURES

Meat Loaf: 1947 - 2022

Meat Loaf: 1947 - 2022

Meat Loaf, the U.S. rock star whose debut 'Bat Out of Hell' became one of the best-selling albums of all time, has died at age 74. The singer and actor, otherwise known as Michael Lee Aday, sold more than 100 million records worldwide and had roles in films 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show' and 'Fight Club'.

USS Constitution has first female commander in its 224-year history

USS Constitution has first female commander in its 224-year history

Commander Billie Farrell becomes the first female commanding officer of the USS Constitution in the ship's 224-year history, in Boston, Massachusetts.

Louie Anderson: 1953 - 2022

Louie Anderson: 1953 - 2022

Louie Anderson, a three-time Emmy Award winner, comedian and game show host, died on Friday morning after a battle with cancer, at age 68.

Rescue efforts begin after deadliest coalition air strikes on Yemen's Sanaa since 2019

Rescue efforts begin after deadliest coalition air strikes on Yemen's Sanaa since 2019

Rescue efforts begin following air strikes by the Saudi-led coalition, fighting Yemen's Houthi group on the capital Sanaa that killed at least 20 people, including civilians, Houthi media and residents said, in one of its deadliest attacks since 2019.

Washington's 'March for Life'

Washington's 'March for Life'

Anti-abortion advocates gathered in Washington for the annual "March for Life," their mood boosted by recent state abortion restrictions and the possibility that the U.S. Supreme Court could soon upend the Roe v. Wade ruling that legalized abortion nationwide.

Notable deaths in 2022

Notable deaths in 2022

Newsmakers and celebrities who have died this year.

La Palma residents climb volcanic ash mountains to return home

La Palma residents climb volcanic ash mountains to return home

Residents return home for the first time in four months after the Cumbre Vieja volcano eruption forced them to flee and covered homes in mounds of black ash.

Tonga volcano and tsunami cause oil spill in Peru

Tonga volcano and tsunami cause oil spill in Peru

Tonga's undersea volcanic eruption, that triggered tsunami warnings across the Pacific Ocean, led to an oil spill off the coast of Lima.

Satellite images show build-up of Russian forces near Ukraine

Satellite images show build-up of Russian forces near Ukraine

Russia has massed tens of thousands of troops on its borders with Ukraine, and Western states fear Moscow is planning a new assault on a country it invaded in 2014.

Trending Collections

Pictures

Podcast