Communities in Manitoba are dealing with massive flooding and some have declared a state of emergency.
Recent flooding in Manitoba has caused many communities there to declared states of emergencies.
The Alberta government is putting together a recovery plan with First Nations leaders, says provincial minister of Aboriginal Affairs.
First Nation people in Alberta continue to grapple with the after of major flooding.
In Saskatchewan, Cumberland House and surrounding reserves may soon be under water.
As flood waters begin to recede out of Calgary and southern Alberta the high flows are no reaching Saskatchewan shores.
The province says it’s the worst flooding in Alberta’s history with over 20 communities declaring a state of emergency.
More than 1,000 people are without homes as flooding continues to ravage the Siksika Nation in southern Alberta.
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