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Residents of four Manitoba First Nations who were displaced by flooding six years ago are expected to share most of a $90-million settlement from a class-action lawsuit they filed against the provincial and federal governments.
Business owners at the corner of Ogilvy Ave. and Hutchison St. in Park Extensions are getting the boot.
Six rural areas have declared states of emergency in Manitoba after the spring thaw flooded rivers. Beth Macdonell reports on evacuations.
Up to three million acres of farmland in the Prairies are underwater as officials begin to assess the damage. Jill Macyshon reports.
Manitobans wait to see if their flood fortifications can hold strong as a political battle is being fought in Ottawa. Jill Macyshon reports.