Using their smartphones, the team reports from the flood scenes.
WATCH: Dawna Friesen gives viewers a glimpse of the cleanup efforts going on at the Saddledome and Stampede grounds. The flood waters are still close by, though they are retreating
NEW VIDEO: Crystal Goomansingh is on scene in downtown Calgary, where crews are not only pumping water out of underpasses and buildings, but moving the silt and mud off of sidewalks in an effort to get everything cleaned up
NEW VIDEO: Wading through flood waters that remain in Bowness, Jennifer Tryon surveys the damage and has an update on residents returning to the area
WATCH: Dawna Friesen goes to the Calgary community of Riverdale Park, where some homes had three feet of water and mud inside, and damages for some could be in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.
WATCH: Jennifer Tryon manages to get out of Canmore, despite roads being closed, and sees the mounds of debris that covered Highway 1A
WATCH: Crystal Goomansingh on scene in the Calgary community of Inglewood, where Canadian Forces are working furiously to slow erosion along the banks of the Bow River
WATCH: Dawna Friesen checks out the state of Calgary’s downtown core
WATCH: Dawna Friesen reports from outside a power substation where crews pump out flood waters to get the station back in working order
WATCH: Jennifer Tryon, in Canmore, shows why travel in and out of the area is still very limited
WATCH: Jennifer Tryon explains how crews in Camore worked through the night, attempting to divert flood water
WATCH: It’s sunny in Calgary now, but Crystal Goomansingh explains the raging Bow River is still well over its banks
WATCH: Jennifer Tryon and cameraman David de la Harpe had to move quick to get away from ther rising torrent of the Cougar Creek in Canmore, AB
WATCH: Jayme Doll was capturing video on her iPhone when currents near Canmore became visibly stronger
WATCH: Jennifer Tryon and cameraman David de la Harpe get to safety after the waters of Cougar Creek rushed toward them in Canmore, AB