Cornwall a second home for flood-beleaguered Kashechewan residents

The evacuation of the Kashechewan First Nation continues for the fifth day in a row

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The evacuation of the Kashechewan First Nation continues for the fifth day in a row.

The remote First Nation has a long history of flooding.

APTN’s Annette Francis caught up with some evacuees in the host community of Cornwall, Ont., to see how they’re settling in.

1 thought on “Cornwall a second home for flood-beleaguered Kashechewan residents

  1. Time to move. This is crazy, year after year. Cornwall is a nice place to start a new life so the kids can have more opportunities and a good education.

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