Most memorable CBC Calgary videos of 2013
Images of the flooding in Alberta dominated CBC Calgary’s list of most-watched videos this year, with people from around the world trying to understand the scope of the devastation.
The most viewed flood-related video was posted on June 21, showing stunning images of the flooding while an emergency official warned more rain is falling and it is “not good news.”
For more video from the 2013 June Flood, see our special website Alberta Flood
But a few other videos captured Calgarians’ attention and managed to squeeze into the most-watched list in 2013.
Here are some of our favourites in order of popularity with viewers:
Ralph Klein died in 2013. Thousands watched a memorial video showing highlights from his colourful career.
An art student slaughtered a live chicken in a college cafeteria this fall, touching off a debate over what constitutes art.
Lynx are elusive animals, but Banff National Park officials caught some rare footage of a lynx and her kitten this winter.
Zola the breakdancing gorilla may be a YouTube star, but he and his brother were moved out of the Calgary Zoo this year.
A Banff motorcyclist took photos of a wolf chasing him down Highway 93, proving an otherwise unbelievable tale.