Reminder – Bow and Elbow River Information Sessions

May 26, 2015 by CRC Action Group in News

Please be reminded of the upcoming information sessions for Bow and Elbow River communities. The evening will start off with presentations from the City of Calgary and the Government of Alberta, followed by a short question and answer period and then an open house where individuals will have the opportunity to speak one-on-one with representatives from the City of Calgary, Government of Alberta, and CRCAG. The City of Calgary will have […]

CRCAG Update: Flood Inundation Maps, Bow River Mitigation, Open Houses

May 19, 2015 by CRC Action Group in News

Updated City of Calgary Flood Inundation MapsThe City of Calgary has updated its flood inundation maps, which are now available on their flood information website. Please note that the inundation maps that the City has made available are NOT the flood hazard maps used for land use planning, nor will they replace the flood hazard maps used for land use planning purposes. To access the inundation maps, please visit: Bow River Flood Mitigation […]

What a week!

May 15, 2015 by CRC Action Group in News

WHAT A WEEK! We would like to congratulate the New Democratic Party on their historic provincial government victory, the successful MLAs in all the Calgary river ridings and all the candidates in last week’s election. CRCAG Post-ElectionCRCAG has wasted no time in adjusting to the election results and strategizing next steps during this time of change and uncertainty.  We’ve been actively reaching out to our many contacts and establishing new ones. […]

CRCAG Flood Survey

May 3, 2015 by CRC Action Group in News

We have now received responses from all of the political parties running candidates in this week’s Provincial election, except unfortunately the Wildrose Party. We’ve compiled these and present them here.Alberta LiberalsAlberta Green PartyAlberta NDPPC PartyAlberta PartyFurther to our post on Friday, these responses will supplement those responses received by the City to its own survey, regarding flood mitigation and recovery. We offer no additional comments to or critique of these […]

Election Alert: Read This

May 1, 2015 by CRC Action Group in News

As you know, CRCAG initiated a survey of all provincial election candidates in flood-affected ridings in Calgary, to understand their party’s policy regarding flood mitigation, and each candidate’s understanding of the issues. The deadline for response is later today and we will post these as soon as we’re able. The City of Calgary has conducted its own much broader survey and the results are posted here:  Of particular note are the […]