Water levels still a big concern along Saint John River

Emergency officials in New Brunswick say water levels are expected to rise along the Saint John River over the next day or so.
Officials say several areas along the river have already passed or will reach flood stage like Jemseg, Maugerville and Quispamsis.
Heavy rains doused the area yesterday, raising concerns of further flooding.
Other river systems also at risk of flooding, include the Miramichi, Restigouche, Middle, Nashwaak, Middle and Tetagouche rivers.

In the capital region, the current water levels are 8.07M and it's expected to remain at this level for the rest of the week in Fredericton.

It'll be another busy commute for drivers as most offices and businesses will open and more people will need to get into the downtown. 

The city is down over 800 parking spaces and officials are encouraging people to not bring their cars into the downtown.

Transit is free and there are a number of park and rides with free shuttle service.

All City buildings and offices will be open today.

74 people from 33 homes are getting help from the Canadian Red Cross, mainly in the Fredericton area.