Heavy rainfall is bringing flood conditions to much of Southern Alberta. We'll be monitoring the situation in closely to bring you the latest updates on the weather, road conditions and flooding threatening many communities. You can also see updates on our developing story.
Insurance companies are reminding Albertans not to get sucked into buying a flood-damaged vehicle.
Despite the signs - the south leg of the LRT is back up and running #yycflood http://t.co/V0nEUVQNvX— Ian Campbell (@news_ian) 4 months ago
Calgary Transit announced train services will be back to normal on Wednesday, just under two weeks after train tracks and Calgary's downtown core faced devastating floodwaters.
Here's a look at Calgary Transit before and after the flood. More photos here.
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We are VERY HAPPY to announce the CTrain will be back to NORMAL service as of tomorrow morning! http://t.co/o2rPMabcaE *SB— Calgary Transit (@calgarytransit) July 2, 2013
Four blockbuster concerts scheduled for Stampede week in Calgary have been scrubbed because of flooding.
(Credit: The Canadian Press)
Cost of the damage caused to City of Calgary infrastructure by the flood is estimated at more than $256M.
People whose citizenship or other residency documents were destroyed by flooding in Alberta are getting a break from the federal government.
Fees to replace certain documents will be waived until Sept. 19 and status will be automatically extended or restored for temporary and permanent residents living in a flood-affected area.
At least five Calgary downtown towers suffer power outages as workers head back into the core for the first time since the flood.
Downtown Calgary is open for business on Tuesday, 12 days after flooding devastated the city.
While power has been restored to most buildings, parking will be at a premium as some underground lots remain closed.
Many residents of High River marked Canada Day by cleaning out their flooded homes with the help of volunteers.
Officials are limiting entry into the southern Alberta town, parts of which are still flooded, as residents who've been evacuated since June 20 return to assess the damage and begin cleaning up.
Since noon, another 450 High River residents have returned home. Thank you to the staff and volunteers @ the Welcome Centre #abflood— Alberta Government (@YourAlberta) July 1, 2013
The spirit of Albertans during floods is what makes Canada great said Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
The support that Canadians have offered to flood ravaged Alberta also prompted Premier Alison Redford to publicly thank them in a video.
Some signature Calgary Stampede events have been cancelled this year, say organizers, as flood repairs to the Saddledome cannot be completed in time.
Credit: The Canadian Press
From the RCMP: During the State of Emergency in High River, the RCMP secured firearms for safekeeping in the course of their search and rescue operation. Today, June 30th, 2013, the RCMP will begin to return these firearms to their owners.
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Calgary's electrical grid has been fully restored, according to officials.