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Southern Alberta Floods 2013
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IBAA reached out to association brokers, consumers, the Government of Alberta, and insurance industry partners when the Southern Alberta 2013 flood hit.

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IBAA Sludging Out Flood Debris (complete with Tyvek suits) and Helping Flooded Communities, Aug. 29, 2013

Rebuilding Flood-Damaged Homes and Businesses, Aug. 12, 2013.

gas sign in Okotoks, June 26-27, 2013
gas sign in Okotoks
buckled bike path in Canmore, June 26-27, 2013
buckled bike path in Canmore
water level in Canmore, June 26-27, 2013
water level in Canmore
On June 26–27, 2013, IBAA President Gord Enders and IBAA CEO George Hodgson loaded a truck with Bipper blankets, cleaning supplies, and bottled water, and headed out to offer assistance and gather information about what IBAA can do to help.
historic building in Bragg Creek, June 26-27, 2013
historic building in Bragg Creek
Cougar Creek, June 26-27, 2013
Cougar Creek
half an outdoor rink at Cougar Creek, June 26-27, 2013
half an outdoor rink left by Cougar Creek

Letter to MLAs, Alberta MPs, and Senators Re: Southern Alberta Flood, July 10, 2013.

Southern Alberta Flooding: Brokers in Action, July 4, 2013.

IBAA Disaster Liaison and Community Assistance for Southern Alberta Flood, June 28, 2013.

Gord Ironside presents flood-relief cheque to Carstairs mayor

Gord Ironside (Ironside Insurance Brokers Ltd.) Spearheaded a $52,276.30 Fundraising Drive in Carstairs for High River Flood in June–August 2013.

Lundgren & Young staff with Bip-branded water bottles
Thom Young, Robyn Young (then Calgary Local Council Chair and IBAA Vice President), AJ Young, staff of Lundgren & Young, and other helpers delivered cleaning supplies to High River and other flood areas, July 3, 2013.

Rob and Kenzie Siroishka, Calgary flood relief
Rob Siroishka (former IBAA Calgary Local Council Chair) and his son
June 27, 2013
Wanting to help out, Rob contacted Calgary Local Council, purchased supplies (funded by the council), and distributed them to those in need in Bowness (Calgary). The council supplied Rob with Bipper stickers for the spray bottles, cleaning detergents, water bottles, and other miscellaneous supplies. The spray bottles were a hit. Plans are to continue tomorrow.

Kenzie Siroishka, Calgary flood relief
Cleaning Spray Bottle with Bipper
spray bottles with Bipper, Calgary flood relief
Spray Bottles with Bipper
water supplies, Calgary flood relief
Water Supplies
flood supplies with Bipper, Calgary, 2013
Cleaning and Other Supplies with Bipper
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