Two years after Calgary’s great flood, what is being done to prepare for the next one?
Calgarians didn't have to travel thousands of kilometres to sunny resorts to ride the waves this summer. Instead, surfing
It's amazing to see the progress Alberta has made since the deluge of water that devastated many areas in the southern Alberta
New statistics published by the Alberta government this week show just how far the province has come since the deluge of
Alberta flood victims living in a temporary housing project in Calgary have been given eviction notices. According to the
Give yourselves a hand, fine folks of Alberta – you've been voted 2013's newsmaker of the year. National news website Canada.com
Calgarians are quite happy with how their city is being run, especially with how the city handled response to June's floods
Over 1,000 planners descended in Vancouver this past week at Infuse, this year's conference for the Canadian Institute of Planners. Most everyone can agree that climate change is occurring, with some debates raging over whether it is happening quickly or slowly. We reached a significant milestone this May when carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere surpassed 400 parts per million for the first time in human history. The question is no longer how we can stop climate change from happening, but what we can do to adapt and rebound from its effects, a concept called resilience.
It's been a wet blanket of a summer for many Canadians to say the least, which means summer playlists need a change of tune. In case rocking out to "Surfin' Safari" seems but a cruel joke, we created a list of soaking-wet songs that will have you blaming, kissing and taking shelter from the rain. If you can't beat it, you might as well sing about it, right?
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.