Flood protection for Alberta River Communities

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Emile Gabriel
2 years ago
On August 31, 2018, the Federal Environmental Review Agency (CEAA) sent a request to Alberta Transportation / provincial government to evaluate the Tri-River Joint Reservoir of Alberta.
This is a very good news and we need to make sure that this will be done properly without any delay.

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Anita Robinson
2 years ago
This is the best option!!

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Alexander Hjalte
2 years ago
It actually makes sense.

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craig dolick
2 years ago
There needs to be better alternatives then the spring bank reservoir.

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Kara Murphy
2 years ago
There are other options!!!

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Kimberley Copithorne
2 years ago
The SR1 project is a misguided project that only protects certain communities. This one protects all and covers both rivers.

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Andrew Zolnai
3 years ago
Used to live in Calgary, and we have the exact same issues (factored for climate) here in England... Cool maps too!

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Joe Breslawski
3 years ago
The Springbank Offstream Reservoir and the McLean Creek Dam options only deal with one river and do not have the capacity to protect from large floods, even along the Elbow River.

Water is our most precious resource so we must take care of it for ourselves and future generations.

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Lorraine Hjalte
3 years ago
Springbank is the wrong project. It will cost too much and it doesn’t protect enough people.

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Laurie Edge-Hughes
3 years ago
Multiple communities, not just Calgary, will be protected with this project.