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high river flooding

As waters rose to levels that threatened to swallow vast swaths of southern Alberta this summer, it was the question that
2. WE LEARNED THAT... those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it. Reports and strategies published following the 2005
Home to 13,000 residents, High River is located just south of the Calgary. An estimated 60 per cent of the town was under
By next year's Thanksgiving, Deborah Moshenko hopes to be living in a custom-built home raised off the ground on the land
Water tests results done for CBC News reveal the potentially deadly E.coli 0.157 bacterium strain in two ponds in High River
Thousands of people gathered in High River on Monday to celebrate the town's first official community event since the June
New statistics published by the provincial government this week shed light on the ongoing struggle many Albertans face in
CALGARY- A High River family has been dealt a devastating blow, less than three months after the June flood destroyed their
The Alberta floods claimed lives, destroyed communities and redefined for many what it means to be Albertan, and that entire
Residents of a flood refugee camp near High River are prohibited from enjoying a drink -- a ban for which most seem unaware
Video From Global Calgary Emotions ran high and tempers flared as flood-weary High River residents, frustrated by what they've
The population of a temporary neighbourhood set up for High River evacuees is expected to double by the end of the week. Saddlebrook
High River residents frustrated at the lack of information about remediation in the flood-ravaged town are now calling for
Although the very opposite could've happened, a new study shows the June flood actually brought out the best in Albertans
Out of everybody who had a hand at helping Albertans get back on their feet during the June floods, Prime Minister Stephen
It's a poignant look back at the flood that led to 100,000 Albertans being evacuated and that claimed four lives in late
Most of the residents of the High River neighbourhood hit worst by last month's flooding want to be bought-out, they told
The Alberta government is prepared to let municipal officials in High River once again take over responsibility for the flood
When the flooding began in Canmore on the night of June 19th, nobody expected that the next few days would become such a nightmare for Southern Alberta. When the water finally began to recede, people transitioned from survival to recovery. Now, we're all learning to live with it. The financial devastation is going to be incredibly difficult for many to handle. Even for those who have policies with insurance companies who are covering some of their damage, the floods have obliterated any budget planning and savings for a lot of families. We've been told for years that many Canadians are carrying too much debt. Something like this increases the burden of that weight and some may break under it.
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.