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The development of distributed urban drainage models is becoming more important as cities prepare for the challenges associated with climate change such as more intense precipitation events (McCarthy et al. 2010; Allan, 2011; Simõeset et al. 2011; Blumensaat et al. 2012; Leitãoet al. 2012). GIS-based tools were developed to generate input datasets for a 1-D distributed urban drainage model for part of Toronto's combined area, resulting in an efficient model development process compared to thosedoi:10.32920/ryerson.14668281.v1 fatcat:fm7gocmjcrhylgepgahkuy6uku