Why mitigation projects have stalled five years after the Calgary flood

The Homestretch

This week marks the fifth anniversary of the flood in Southern Alberta. The 2013 natural disaster was one of the costliest in Canadian history. It caused $5B in damages and five people were killed. One hundred thousand Calgarians were directly affected. Five years on, many people are wondering why the city isn't better protected from a similar disaster. The CBC's Bryan Labby has been looking into this and he joined host Doug Dirks in studio.

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