Flood News: Week of July 18th, 2016

This week brings big news for the province of Alberta. The province will receive almost $1 million for flood and drought resiliency projects. These projects will assist Calgary and other communities across the province to prepare for severe weather. In other news, the Province of Saskatchewan has opened a temporary flood recovery centres in Watrous. More details about these stories and other flood news are listed below:

Flood Funding for the Province of Alberta

🔗 Flood and drought protection funding for Calgary and other vulnerable communities – Alberta Government, July 21st, 2016

🔗 Alberta invests in flood and drought resiliency projects – Canadian Underwriter, July 21st, 2016

Flood recovery centres for the Province of Saskatchewan

🔗 Another flood recovery centre to open in Saskatchewan – Canadian Underwriter, July 21st, 2016

🔗 Province to open flood claim centre in Watrous – CTV News Saskatoon, July 20th, 2016

Long-term Flood fix for Red Earth Cree Nation in Saskatchewan

🔗 Red Earth evacuees say reserve needs long-term flood fix – CBC News, July 19th, 2016

Issues of insurance coverage in Saskatchewan

🔗 Arborfield residents irate over flood insurance – CBC News, July 22nd, 2016

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