La Petite Maison Blanche (The Little White House)
1996 年的豪雨造成洪水溢過水壩淹沒整個地區，大水沖走了附近所有建築物。這棟建於 1900 的小白屋撐過四天的洪災仍屹立不摇。現在已小白屋成了博物館，象徵當地居民的堅忍不拔。
The Little White House, Canada
What makes the Little White House in Saguenay, Que. so extraordinary
isn’t its age or appearance but its precarious-looking position and the
fact that it’s still standing. In July 1996, one of the worst flash floods in
recent Canadian history hit the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region after
280 mm (11 inches) of rain fell in the span of a few hours, the equivalent
to the amount of rain usually received in a month. Thousands of
residents were evacuated, 56 buildings were destroyed and many
homes were swept away. But not the Little White House.
It remained unharmed as the raging waters of the Chicoutimi River
flowed around it. The house was spared in part because it was built on
solid rock and also because its earlier owners took precautions after a
previous flood and raised the dwelling on higher concrete foundations.