High River business community thriving four years after catastrophic flood

Four long difficult years after a catastrophic flood left parts of High River in ruins, the city’s business sector is showing glimmers of commercial success through an innovative online media campaign.  “Rooted in People” showcases the community’s resilience and fighting spirit — one that could have easily been broken following the devastating deluge.  “We’ve recovered from the […]

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High River business community thriving four years after catastrophic flood
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