Days of severe weather including heavy rain, thunderstorms, hail, tornadoes and flooding led officials in western Alberta to declare a state of emergency.
However, Yellowhead County (west of Edmonton) dropped the declaration on Wednesday when floodwaters receded.
Many roads had to be closed or were made impassable after flooding and drivers were being asked to obey any barriers in place.
Residents were being warned about possible contamination of their drinking water.
Yellowhead County officials say at least 25 homes were directly impacted by floodwaters.