Calgary Eyeopener | Jun 28, 2013 | 4:29

Calgary Distress Centre

The Calgary Distress Centre, a non-profit social agency, has seen an increased number of phone calls since the flooding began. Michelle Wickerson speaks with us about who is calling and how the organization is helping.

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