Working With Nature Can Protect Us From Floods

David Suzuki
The normally tranquil Boggy Creek in west-central Manitoba in full 
"flood mode" a couple of years ago. PLT photo.
News of the devastating floods in Alberta hit Canadians hard. We've all been moved by extraordinary stories of first responders and neighbours stepping in to help and give selflessly at a time of great need. As people begin to pick up their lives, and talk turns to what Calgary and other communities can do to rebuild, safeguarding our irreplaceable, most precious flood-protection assets should be given top priority. Details here.