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splashpadINTERVIEW IN WATER INSTITUTE ANNUAL REPORT 

Amphibious houses that rise and fall with flood waters could help save lives and protect First Nations and other vulnerable communities devastated by flooding every spring. University of Waterloo architecture professor and Water Institute member, Dr. Elizabeth English says amphibious housing allows homeowners to evacuate with peace of mind, knowing that when they return, their houses will have little, if any, damage.

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