Historic flooding good time to reflect on emergency plans, says HRIA
It was the worst flood in Alberta’s history. At the peak of the disaster in June, more than 30 communities were in a state of local emergency, evacuating up to 120,000 people from their homes and closing thousands of businesses.
But the historic floods are a learning experience for Alberta and its employers, said Nora Molina, executive director of the Human Resources Institute of Alberta (HRIA) in Calgary.
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