SOME BIRTHDAY SILLINESS ON TUPPER.
(This is the video we're watching.)
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, KINNEY (JULIA)!!!!! WE LOVE YOU SO VERY MUCH.
Please be advised that there is severe flooding on the downtown campus that originated near the McTavish reservoir. This is a serious situation. A number of buildings have been flooded. If you are still in a main floor or basement area (I AM!!!!), please move computers, documents, etc. as high as you can and get yourself to safety. If you have already been flooded out, do not return to the office area. We are trying to assess damage as best we can, but it will be extensive. We will provide more information as it becomes available. Messages will be posted soon on the McGill website, www.mcgill.ca and you will be told where to look for more information. Your personal safety is of the greatest importance. Please be careful and do not take any unnecessary risks.
Please note that all evening classes on the downtown campus have been cancelled for tonight because of the severe flooding on the campus. Please stay tuned to www.mcgill.ca for updates this evening or tomorrow concerning tomorrow's classes. Please note as well that roadways on campus and surrounding the campus are dangerous. Please use extreme caution if you are trying to cross a street.---
The City of Montreal has told us they hope to have the flow of water shut off within the hour. For the moment, the flooded area extends from Dr. Penfield Ave. to Ste. Catherine St. and from University St. to Peel St. Traffic has been severely restricted in that area. For future updates, please visit http://publications.mcgill.ca/reporter/ where will will post messages as information becomes available. We would like to remind you to please use extreme caution in making your way around the campus or in trying to leave the area. It is slippery underfoot and water continues to flow forcefully along several roadways on campus.---
|Crossing the street.|
|Four blocks away.|