September 18 2019 7:05pm

The international authority that monitors Osoyoos Lake levels on both sides of the border acquire new tools to help prevent flooding.

After a natural disaster, it’s easy to point fingers over how a community could have been better prepared. In the South Okanagan, repairs continue following last year’s flood in Osoyoos. In the hopes of being more transparent, officials who control the dam on Osoyoos lake have installed a web cam.. As Klaudia Van Emmerik reports, it’s hoped Canadian residents will use the website to help ease fears about dam control work at the American end of Osoyoos Lake.

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