Ottawa has earmarked $2.8 billion to pay for Alberta's flood recovery costs.
RCMP in southern Alberta have charged a man with stealing food intended for victims of last spring's flooding.
Some victims of last spring’s flooding in Alberta are still waiting for emergency funding from the province to repair badly damaged homes that were left in unlivable condition.
An architect speaking on behalf of Alberta's flood mitigation panel says a system of berms and bypasses, with a combined price tag as high as $830 million, is needed to avert future deluges.
Alberta Premier Alison Redford says municipalities can't be looking out for just their own interests when it comes to rebuilding after the massive June flood.
Alberta will ask Ottawa to help pay for flood prevention projects in addition to the costs of the devastation caused by flooding that hit the province in June.
The Insurance Bureau of Canada says the June flood in southern Alberta is the costliest natural disaster in Canadian history.
Residents of a flood-ravaged Alberta town will be compensated for having their doors and windows busted in during the crisis.
Governor General David Johnston met with first responders in the Alberta town of High River, then walked through the flood-ravaged community's downtown.
The Alberta government has asked Ottawa for half a billion dollars to help with flood costs.
Residents in Calgary and Edmonton are still feeling the effects of a brief but powerful overnight thunderstorm that dumped nearly 40 millimetres of rain, wreaking havoc on the roads and forcing some drivers to abandon their vehicles.