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The Lake St. Martin First Nation in Manitoba was forced to evacuate due to flooding last spring.
While one side of Manitoba is starting to see an end in sight for flooding, the other continues to watch levels rise.
When flooding forced the evacuation of a First Nation in Manitoba this spring, the community had no idea how bad things were going to get.
Manitoba’s Interlake region continues to be hit hard by flooding.
Among the communities in crisis is a Manitoba First Nation facing record flood levels.
Another Manitoba First Nation faces record flooding. Lake St. Martin is located 300 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg.
A Manitoba community made their way to the Indian Affairs office in Winnipeg.
As warmer weather arrives in Manitoba, concerns over flooding continue to rise.