Feds waive fees to replace documents destroyed by flooding in Alberta

People whose citizenship or other immigration documents were destroyed by flooding in Alberta are getting a break from the federal government.

OTTAWA — People whose citizenship or other immigration documents were destroyed by flooding in Alberta are getting a break from the federal government.

Fees to replace certain documents will be waived until Sept. 19 and those whose immigration status was set to expire will have it automatically extended or restored if they’re living in a flood-affected area.