Flooding may force 100,000 from west Canada homes

Flooding may force 100,000 from west Canada homes

CALGARY, Alberta (AP)— Calgary’s mayor warned today that the worst of the flooding is yet to come after a significant portion of his city’s population spent the night pulling back to higher ground. Officials have estimated that as many as 100,000 could be out of their homes. Entire neighborhoods all along the Bow and Elbow rivers have been cleared of inhabitants as many downtown neighborhoods were ordered evacuated in Calgary, a city of more than a million people that hosted the 1988 Winter Olympics.

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