Calgary, Canada’s Oil Capital, to Be Shut for Days After Flooding

Reuters: Southern Alberta braced for more disruption on Saturday from floods that killed at least three people, forced about 100,000 from their homes and blacked out the center of Canada's oil capital, Calgary. Communities to the south and east of Calgary were on high alert as flood waters moved across the region. But with rainfall easing, a few residents began returning to damaged homes and authorities were hopeful that the worst might be over. "It's morning in Calgary! Sunny, water levels are down,......

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