A view from a Canadian Forces helicopter shows the flooded region of Rigaud, Quebec, Canada April 21, 2019. Spring flooding has killed one person and forced nearly 1,700 people from their homes in Canada's Quebec province, with waters expected to continue rising on Monday due to rising temperatures and more rain forecast for the coming days. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi

Soldiers from the 2nd Canadian Division of the Canadian Armed Forces from Quebec assist sandbagging and other efforts during a response to natural disasters in Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada April 21, 2019. An elderly woman died over the weekend after rising waters washed out the road she was driving on, according to media reports. Canadian Armed Forces/2nd Canadian Division/Master-Corporal Emir Islamagic/Handout via REUTERS

A view from a Canadian Forces helicopter shows the flooded region of Rigaud, Quebec, Canada April 21, 2019. Aerial photos showed entire neighborhoods submerged, with television news broadcasting video of residents frantically piling sandbags around their homes to hold back swollen rivers. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi

Residents make their way through flooded streets in Rigaud, Quebec, Canada April 21, 2019. The flooding has so far affected more than 4,000 properties across Quebec, according to the Urgence Quebec website, including homes in the Montreal suburb of Laval and Gatineau, part of the Ottawa capital region. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi

A view from a Canadian Forces helicopter shows cars driving through a flooded road in the region of Rigaud, Quebec, Canada April 21, 2019. The federal government said it is providing disaster response to Quebec, including hundreds of Canadian Armed Forces already deployed to help with sandbagging and other efforts. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi

A view from a Canadian Forces helicopter shows the flooded area of Rigaud, Quebec, Canada April 21, 2019. It is the second year of major flooding over the last three in Quebec, following massive spring floods in 2017 that caused more than C$230 million ($172 million) in insured damages in Quebec and neighboring Ontario. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi