More Merritt, B.C., residents return home as flood evacuation orders once again lifted

More residents of Merritt, B.C. were given the green light to return home after the city once again lifted flood evacuation orders.

Residents of properties in Phases 3 and 4 of the city’s return home plan had previously been under an evacuation order and only allowed day access.

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