Saturday, 20 September 2014

We are brought to you from Calgary.

Back to school life is not hectic enough without a massive snow strom that rocked Calgary on Sept. 11, 2014.  The storm wreaked havoc with the City, our transportation and our TREES.

It's estimated that 80 per cent of the city's trees were damaged by last week's snowstorms and the amount of debris expected at the landfill from the storm will be even greater than the debris from last year’s flood.

More than two million kilograms of tree branches and debris have been dumped at city landfills as Calgarians continue a mammoth cleanup after the recent summer snowstorm.

Guarenteed that these trees will not be turned into furniture!

Trees downed by the recent heavy snow in Calgary goes through a wood chipper in the southwest neighbourhood of Mission as the cleanup gets underway in the city.

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