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alberta floods

As many as 1,000 displaced High River residents will live in temporary housing currently being set up in Calgary. Shelter
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
Calgary and Canmore flood victims forced from their homes will be able to pick up pre-loaded debit cards issued by the province
While Edmonton escaped the worst of the flooding in Alberta, the city has been been hit with an outbreak of scary sinkholes
It was a simple plan. I would have my very first mountain bike lesson on Tuesday and then, on Friday, head up to the Canmore Nordic Centre to sign in for Rundles Revenge. There would be a 25km mountain bike race on the Saturday and a 50km trail run on the Sunday.
The Alberta floods have washed away homes, lives, hopes and dreams. They came quickly and did away with places we loved, mementos and our sense of safety. But just as quickly, neighbours came to the rescue and strangers became life savers.
Conservative Calgary radio commentator Dave Rutherford's rants have angered a lot of people in the course of his long illustrious
Calgary's emergency management head says the city's downtown core could be without power for weeks, or even months, the Globe
As high waters have hit southern Alberta, politicians and Albertans shared their shock and reaction to the flooding. See
Flood waters in Bragg Creek have forced more than 1,150 people from their homes, after a mandatory evacuation order was called