It has been one year since floodwaters ripped through several communities bringing widespread devastation to southern Alberta. The flooding also claimed the lives of five people. Here are their stories.
Today marks one year since the start of a flood forced roughly 100,000 people from their homes in southern Alberta. video
Calgary's fly-fishing industry is looking to bounce back a year after its workplace was forever changed. CBC's Erin Collins took a trip down the Bow River with one local guide and brings us this story. video
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- Stoney Nakoda reserve struggles with flood repairs
Features: One year later
'The ridiculously photogenic firefighter' answers questions about how the last year has changed him
Three key factors that help produce heavy rains in the Prairies every year
Looking back at last June and what it means for those the waters touched
A look back on the most expensive disaster in Canadian history