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Opening up to mental health

<b>Someone you know will have a mental health problem right now – a family member, your friend, your workmate. He or she just might not know how to tell</b> …

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Flood related road closures

RT @Lyncher99: People I can't stress this enough, STAY OFF THE RIVERS! http://t.co/I77EipQvdB

Canmore, Alta., has declared a local state of emergency after heavy rainfall made the banks of a creek that runs through the town unstable. Read about the extent of the damage: http://cbc.sh/GLsnCkg What are the weather conditions like in your part of Canada? (Photo: Courtesy Wade Graham)

Kevan Yeats swims after his cat, Momo, as the flood waters sweep him downstream and submerge the cab of his truck in High River, Alta. Communities across Southern Alberta, including Calgary, are in a state of emergency: http://cbc.sh/EWGpy6R (Photo by Jordan Verlage/Canadian Press)

CBC Community member Bryce Jablonski found some atypical wildlife on McDougall Road in the Bridgeland Bottom area after rivers swelled to flood many parts of Southern Alberta: http://cbc.sh/ACv8tAF "Looks like the bridgeland bunnies have some competition," wrote Bryce. Follow CBCNews.ca for Calgary flood updates: http://cbc.sh/eZvgyuM

Torrential rains and widespread flooding in southern Alberta have left people throughout the province in awe at the power and scope of the devastation and concerned about the uncertain hours ahead. http://cbc.sh/ahu1L2g The floodwaters have washed out roads and bridges, left at least one person missing and caused cars, couches and refrigerators to float away. Several communities are under states of emergency, and as many as 100,000 people could be forced from their homes in Calgary alone. On Twitter, Mayor Naheed Nenshi advises: "Stay home on Friday if you at all can. Make it a family day. Many roads will be impassable and C-train will be spotty at best." You can following the latest developments on our live blog: http://cbc.sh/ahu1L2g (Photo: Reuters)

Get a sense of the damage in Alberta with our interactive before and after photo slider : http://cbc.sh/Ohv9HFR Powerful rains drenched regions of Alberta in June 2013, causing the worst flooding in decades. Swollen rivers bulged and overspilled onto city streets, forcing residents to evacuate their homes. For continuing coverage on this story, visit cbcnews.ca

As floodwater recedes in Calgary, Medicine Hat braces for inundation

Calgary and other devastated communities are starting a painstaking recovery after the worst flood in Alberta's history, even as the southeast of the province braces for the arrival of the peak of surging waters early Monday.<p>Alberta Premier Alison Redford said that while Calgary, Canmore and High …

Inside the Saddledome

‘We’re going to be ready for the opening of the season,’ club president says<p>“It’s very difficult to describe millions, millions gallons of water …