On Royal Avenue in Sydney, a visitor stepped around the flooded streets to view Brookland Elementary School.
©GREG MCNEIL/CAPE BRETON POST HALIFAX _ Nova Scotia is still waiting for Ottawa to reimburse it for millions of dollars worth of damage caused by disasters dating back to 2010, according to the province's Emergency Management Office.
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EMO executive director Andrew Lathem told a legislature committee that federal disaster assistance remains outstanding for several natural catastrophes including the severe floods in Meat Cove in August 2010 and Truro in December 2014, although he couldn't give exact figures.
In an email later in the day, the province said it stands to recover more than million from the federal government _ not including last fall's devastating floods in Sydney.
Lathem said Ottawa often conducts rigorous audits of claims before the province receives payment.
``It's a continuous process, there are several audits before we receive a payment,'' Lathem told the public accounts committee Wednesday.
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The province said it stands to recover more than million from the federal government _ not including last fall's devastating floods in Sydney.