St. Johns, N.L. — When I was younger, I had a dream to buy a house.
But I didn’t think much of it at the time.
I had never lived in Canada and it seemed like it would be a dream for a long time.
Now I’m in my mid-40s and I have just $10,000 in my bank account.
My home is a 2,400-square-foot, two-bedroom house that was purchased last year for $900,000.
It’s on the same street as a gym, a movie theater, a dog park and a church.
It is located in the same part of town where I grew up, a residential area known as the St. Thomas-area.
This is a place where I was born and raised and I know how the streets and the roads work.
And my dream home is about to come crashing down.
For a long while, I’ve been wondering how many other people I know have the same dream.
The answer is probably not many, says John W. Dolan, a real estate agent in St. Joes.
There are so many who have dreams of owning their own home, Dolan says.
But those who have been through the mortgage market know it’s difficult.
They know they’re in the minority and the market is unpredictable.
But there are still people who are waiting for the perfect time.
St. Johns is in the midst of a historic drought, with some areas in need of water pumping and pumps, and others not.
The city is trying to find the right balance between supply and demand and getting as much water from the aquifer as possible.
It has the highest percentage of people living below the poverty line in Canada.
But Dolan knows there is more work to be done.
It’s not just the amount of water, he says.
Water is also a matter of life and death for people.
Water is a life and life is a water, Dameron says.
I have been trying to help my community for the past 10 years, Danny says.
It takes a lot to get through this drought, he adds.
Dolan says it’s a bit different in St John’s.
The community is pretty small.
There’s only about 40 people in my family.
But the city has had a problem with flooding in the past, he points out.
He says it hasn’t been this bad in the St Thomas area.
We have had some issues with people going over the bridge and flooding in St Johns, he said.
People have to be prepared.
They’re going to have to move to new houses, he added.
When the water is out, people will move, but they’ll be very careful about what they’re doing, Danoan says.
He advises residents to lock their doors, not to leave their pets outside and to lock all of their windows, especially if they’re coming from the river or from the downtown area.
Danoans advice for residents: If you have to drive to get water, keep an eye out for signs of flooding.
It can happen in a flash.
When it does, keep your windows shut and your doors locked.