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Marketwired (press release): Did Corporate Calgary Learn Its Lesson from the YYC Flood? Maybe Not
CALGARY, ALBERTA--(Marketwired - Nov. 20, 2013) - Editors note: There are three photos and one video accompanying this press release. Calgary organizations are at-risk with their emergency response plans (ERP) and are not fully prepared for natural ...
Guardian Express: #YYCFlood Mother Nature Has A Way of Humbling Us All
Calgary Alberta, Canada, home to just over 1 million people, the Greatest Outdoor Show On Earth, “The Stampede“, the Texas of Canada, Oil Country and gateway to the some of the finest skiing in the world, with incredible majestic mountains draping the ...
660 News: YYC Flood Hero
If you have any stories about people helping people or even just random acts of kindness please tweet us at #yycfloodhero. You can also leave a message on our listener line at 403-686-9838. Talk to us in person by calling the newsroom at 403-250-1660.
Huffington Post Canada: Alberta Flooding 2014: Fears Ease, Situation Not As Dire As Expected
Ten southern Alberta communities remain under a state of emergency, their eyes focused on water levels in nearby rivers and tributaries, but the fear of flooding has eased in many parts of the province. Heavy rainfall will continue to batter the lower ...
Calgary Herald: The one thing I'll never forget about the flood
@calgaryherald I'll never forget seeing downtown Calgary a virtual ghost town. Very eerie. #yycflood #floodstory pic.twitter.com/UdKiNrG5z3. — JenTkachyk Photos (@JTkachykPhotos) June 11, 2014 ...
CTV News: Man charged in connection with flood fraud
A Calgary man is facing fraud charges in connection with a vehicle that was believed to have been destroyed in the High River flood in June 2013. Last month, an off-duty police officer was attending an auction when he spotted a 1962 Chevrolet Impala ...
New York Times (blog): Flooding Inundates Part of Canadian Province
Footage posted on YouTube by a local resident of the flooding at Bragg Creek in southern Alberta. Heavy rains have contributed to flooding in parts of the Canadian province of Alberta, where officials said Friday that about 75,000 people have been ...
Globalnews.ca: Nenshi asks Calgary kids to send in flood art
CALGARY – As we near the one year anniversary of June's devastating flooding in Calgary, Mayor Naheed Nenshi is asking children to send their flood-related artwork to City Hall. All kids age 12 and under are invited to send in their drawings and photos ...
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#yycFlood - doingallthethings.com
- Photo taken by Arlene Dickinson (from the TV show 'Dragon's Den'). From where I live in Airdrie, you'd never know that Calgary was being hit with one of the worst floodings in decades. It's #yycflood people, it's insane out ... more »
Calgary Police's Twitter account displays #SMEM best ...
- Calgary Police's Twitter account displays #SMEM best practices during #yycflood. Profile photo of Ines Mergel Ines Mergel June 23, 2013. During the floods in Calgary, Canada, this weekend, the social media manager of Calgary's police did a ... more »
#YYCFLOOD: One year later - CREBNow
- #YYCFLOOD: One year later. by Kelsey Hipkin on Jun 13, 2014. Mission resident Kourtney Rylands reflects on the year since flood waters ripped her home upside down. On June 20, 2013, Kourtney Rylands became a homeowner for the first ... more »
4 days after the Calgary flood – #YYCflood, #abflood ...
- 4 days after the Calgary flood – #YYCflood, #abflood. This weekend we were environmental refugees. It happened so fast. On my commute home across the Bow River foot bridge June 21, I marveled at the water's height, ... more »
#yycflood: Community Coming Together | Talent Formula
- Social media is bringing Calgary and other Alberta communities together through volunteer efforts, news and donations during this devastating flood #yycflood. more »
#YYCFLOOD: 'Everyone off the island' - CREBNow
- #YYCFLOOD: 'Everyone off the island'. by Kelsey Hipkin on Jun 14, 2014. Flood forces zoo officials into quick action; now better prepared. When flood waters started to creep up the banks of St. George's Island last summer, Calgary Zoo ... more »
#YYCFLOOD In quotes: City of Calgary IT - CREBNow
- #YYCFLOOD In quotes: City of Calgary IT. by crebnow on Jun 16, 2014. With power outages across the city, primarily in the downtown core, and with flood waters converging on the Calgary Municipal Building, it was up to information ... more »
Welcome to Crisis Comms in the Social Media Era #yycflood ...
- During the catastrophic flood in Calgary on 21 June 2013, and in its aftermath, the Calgary Police effectively used Twitter as a crisis communications and coordination tool. By doing so they (again) demonstrated that social ... more »
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