06/16/2014 02:35 EDT | Updated 06/16/2014 02:59 EDT

1 Year After The Alberta Flood In Statistics

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CANMORE, CANADA - JUNE 20: Bystanders look over debris deposited by Cougar Creek as it flowed up and over the TransCanada Hiway after it was closed June 20, 2013 in Canmore, Alberta, Canada. Widespread flooding caused by torrential rains washed out bridges and roads prompting the evacuation of thousnds. (Photo by John Gibson/Getty Images)

It's amazing to see the progress Alberta has made since the deluge of water that devastated many areas in the southern Alberta a year ago this week.

But the province still has a long way to go.

More than 100,000 Albertans in 30 communities have been affected, and recovery costs continue to swell.

More than 10,500 applications for Disaster Recovery support have been processed and payments totaling $71.5 million have been made

Albertans nominated 1,300 people for the Heroes of the Flood program, which recognized Albertans who went above and beyond to help loved ones and strangers help recover from the disaster.

Thousands of people in Calgary and surrounding communities were forced from their homes June 20, 2013 — including the entire community of High River that had to be evacuated.

Click through the gallery to see stats on spending, recovery and water flow:

Photo gallery Alberta Flooding By The Numbers See Gallery

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