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Water, water everywhere: Will storms and floods like this become the new normal?

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By now you've likely heard about the flooding in Alberta. While much of the media focus has been on Calgary, High River and Canmore, flooding has been significant across the province and into Saskatchewan and British Columbia.



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Photo: Flood waters in Calgary

A street scene in Calgary, as tens of thousands have now been evacuated. (Photo: waynerd / flickr)

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