British Columbia's flooding ordeal seems to be easing and most evacuees in the Interior have been able to return home.
But evacuation orders are still in place for around 66 residents in the Two Mile subdivision of the community of Sicamous.
And although less than 150 people province-wide are under an evacuation order, more than 2,000 are still on evacuation alert.
The Weather Network's Farah Dhalla was in B.C. this week, and she reports some residents say this is the worst flooding they've experienced since 1972.
At the height of the flooding, residents worked feverishly to lay down sandbags to guard against rising flood waters, but flash flooding still resulted in road washouts and flood damage to Sicamous' Two Mile subdivision.
Dhalla says the two subdivisions of Sicamous that were flooded at the height of the ordeal only represented a part of the community, which benefits from tourism to the region. She said some local business owners are hoping that once the flooding situation is completely over, visitors will return to the area.