Canada's 25 worst weather events

Flames and smoke rise dangerously close to a residential area of Kelowna, British Columbia...

Flames and smoke rise dangerously close to a residential area of Kelowna, British Columbia northeast of Vancouver in the early hours of August 23, 2003. Authorities ordered the evacuation of another 20,000 residents bringing the total to 30,000 almost one third of the Kelowna's population. High winds fanned the fires destroying dozens of homes. (REUTERS FILE PHOTO/Andy Clark)

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Here's a look at the top 25 worst weather events in Canada, according to the Weather Network.

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Bow River flood waters fill Prince's Island Park near downtown Calgary, Alta. on Friday, June 21, 2013. Massive flood waters throughout southern Alberta have heavily affected many thousands of residents. (Lyle Aspinall/QMI Agency)

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