Record-breaking floods hit western Canada

The Bow River over flows its banks into the downtown core and residential areas in Calgary, Alberta

Record rainfall, combined with snowmelt from the Canadian Rockies, have caused unprecedented flooding in Calgary, Canada’s third largest city, and displaced nearly 200,000 people from their homes. Andrea Lucia reports.

(Why isn’t there much news about this on US outlets?)

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