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12 memorable images of the 2013 flood on the Siksika Nation

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An aerial view of the flooded Siksika First Nation in June, 2013. Global News
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An aerial view of the Siksika First Nation in June, 2013. Global News
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The floodwaters caused severe damage to a bridge leading onto the Siksika First Nation. Global News
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A truck drives down a flooded road on the Siksika First Nation, Alta., on June 23, 2013. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward.
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A cottage from the Hiidden Valley Golf Resort moments away from smashing into a bridge on the Siksika First Nation during the June, 2013 flood. Global News
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A cottage from the Hidden Valley Golf Resort smashes into a bridge on the Siksika First Nation in June, 2013. Global News
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Members of the Siksika First Nation at an evacuation centre/June 21, 2013. Global News
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A washed out road on the Siksika First Nation. Mia Sosiak/Global News
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An aerial view of the flooded Hidden Valley Resort on the Siksika First Nation in June, 2013. Global News
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Floodwaters rise to the eaves of a home in the Hidden Valley Resort on the Siksika First Nation. Global News
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One of more than 300 homes damaged in the Hidden Valley Resort on the Siksika First Nation in June, 2013. Global News
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A girl rescues a fawn on the Siksika First Nation. Courtesy of Trisha Cutter.

A year after the 2013 June floods, here’s a look “by the numbers” at the impact on the Siksika Nation and Hidden Valley Golf Resort:

250 – The number of Siksika First Nation homes damaged or destroyed.

1,000 – The estimated number of Siksika First Nation people left homeless.

3 – The number of temporary ATCO trailer camps on the First Nation housing the homeless.

5 – The number of years it could take to rebuild or repair flood damaged homes and infrastructure.

300 – The number of homes damaged or destroyed on the Hidden Valley Golf Resort on land leased from the Siksika Nation.

$83 millon  – The amount of money the Siksika Nation has received from the province for rebuilding housing and infrastructure.

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