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alberta flood 2013

Two years after Calgary’s great flood, what is being done to prepare for the next one?
2. WE LEARNED THAT... those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it. Reports and strategies published following the 2005
COCHRANE, Alta. - A leaking 3,000-lb propane tank, tossed into a river near Cochrane by the June flood, led to the closing
The 2013 flooding in the Province of Alberta, which resulted from excessive rainfall from June 19 to June 25 and the subsequent overflow of water tables across the region, was officially declared to be the "largest in provincial history" by Premier Allison Redford. In fact, it was so bad that it now has its own Wikepedia entry.
Like the floods recently seen in Alberta, many causes of debt disasters are not foreseeable and enact considerable emotional and financial devastation. Their onset can be rapid and quickly overwhelming, with the damage permanent or requiring years to repair.
Ten locations were set up in Calgary on Saturday in neighbourhoods still dealing with the aftermath of the flooding. People
It's an emotional move back for 5,000 High River residents forced from their homes nearly 10 days ago. It's been 10 days
One week after a massive flood washed away homes, roads and highways, leaving the national park town virtually cut off, Banff
They look tired, muddied and wet but resilient and determined in their demeanor. When Calgary photographer Shaun Robinson
Some animals at the Calgary Zoo did not survive the flood that devastated Calgary and much of Southern Alberta. At least