The Canadian government is taking steps to end travel advisors for people in areas of the country affected by Tropical Storm La Nina.
The government has issued two travel advisances for the north of the province of British Columbia and a travel advisory for areas of Alberta.
The advisory issued by Health Canada warns that some of the areas affected by La Nina, including Prince Rupert, will be flooded in the coming days, with some roads flooded.
The warning issued by Environment Canada warns people in some of those areas of British Colombia are at risk of flooding.
A third advisory issued late Wednesday for areas in the eastern provinces of Quebec, Ontario and Alberta warns of “significant risks” of flooding and possible flash flooding if the weather is severe.