Canada’s oil capital Calgary starts slow clean-up from floods

Reuters: Canada's oil capital, Calgary, started the slow process of cleaning up its downtown on Tuesday in the aftermath of record-breaking floods, with many business owners returning for the first time to properties they were forced to leave last week. Parts of the city's center were still without power, and most shops, hotels and businesses were closed for a fifth consecutive day. "It's kind of spooky, it's so quiet," said Calgary resident Don Usselman, a remediation technologist, as he carried hoses......

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