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Alberta Flood Statistics Released By Province Highlight Ongoing Struggle

09/07/2013 12:46 EDT | Updated 09/07/2013 12:51 EDT
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A tired and waterlogged pigeon rests on a downtown bridge as waters continue to rise in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, June 21, 2013. Flooding forced the evacuation of some 100,000 people in the western city of Calgary and nearby towns in the heart of the Canadian oil patch. AFP PHOTO / DAVE BUSTON (Photo credit should read DAVE BUSTON/AFP/Getty Images)

New statistics published by the provincial government this week shed light on the ongoing struggle many Albertans face in the aftermath of the June flood.

The flood impacted over a 100,000 Albertans in 30 communities, and recovery costs continue to swell.

While over 8,200 applications for Disaster Recovery support have been processed, 2,200 people are still waiting to go home.

Click through the slideshow below for a look at these and more of the latest numbers on the Alberta flood.

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