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Alberta floods: a look back at the first 48 hours

CBC Calgary's four-part documentary details the first 48 hours of the flood. It includes never-seen-before footage and exclusive interviews with 15 people who were all too close to the flood.

CBC Calgary's 4-part series describes how the floodwaters devastated Canmore, Calgary and High River

In June, a massive storm dumped record amounts of rain on southern Alberta, leading to devastating flooding in Calgary and nearby communities. The flood raised questions about how prepared Canadian cities are for climate change-driven disasters. (Jonathan Hayward/Canadian Press)

CBC Calgary's four-part documentary details the first 48 hours of June's massive flood as part of our Alberta Flood: 100 Days Later coverage.

It includes never-seen-before footage and exclusive interviews with 15 people who were all too close to the flood.

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