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Alberta Flood Heroes: Province Plans To Honour Those Who Went Above And Beyond

10/09/2013 03:29 EDT | Updated 12/09/2013 05:12 EST
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Emily Ebbels, left, Kyli Lane, center, and Charlie Hogarth help a friend's family clean up in Rideau Park after flooding in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on Monday, June 24, 2013. Water levels in Calgary subsided and crews are working to restore power as officials confirmed a fourth fatality in the worst flood in Alberta's history. Photographer: Keith Morison/Bloomberg via Getty Images
EDMONTON - Alberta is looking for some flood heroes.

Premier Alison Redford says her government wants to recognize those who went above and beyond the call to help during the June floods that devastated parts of southern Alberta.

Anyone with a story to tell about local officials, public servants or neighbours who stepped up with extraordinary efforts can submit it online to the government website.

Starting next year those heroes will be recognized in their communities.

Details on how they will be recognized will be rolled out in the coming months.

The floods forced tens of thousands to flee their homes in and around High River and Calgary, and caused billions of dollars in damage to roads, homes, bridges and businesses.

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