Environment

The Big Flood

A Canmore resident recounts his experience during last year’s floods
  • Jun 01, 2014
  • 17 words
  • 1 minutes
The creek flowing hard, but still contained. Expand Image
Flooded waters near houses Expand Image
A backhoe operator working to excavate the creek ditch. Expand Image
Construction vehicles and elk. Expand Image
Houses damaged by the floods. Expand Image
Damage to the basement in Jerry Kobalenko’s home. Expand Image
Damage to the basement in Jerry Kobalenko’s home. Expand Image
Backhoes digging in a channel. Expand Image
Photo: Jerry Kobalenko Expand Image
Concrete mats laid along the sloping creek banks for erosion control. Expand Image
Concrete mats laid along the sloping creek banks for erosion control. Expand Image

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