July 3, 2015


Special air quality statement in effect

Local

Wind alert issued for Lake Winnipeg, Manitoba

Erosion on the shoreline at Winnipeg Beach in 2009. Water levels could rise by as much as five feet on Lake Winnipeg and cause significant wave action on shorelines.

GERRY HART / FREE PRESS FILES

Erosion on the shoreline at Winnipeg Beach in 2009. Water levels could rise by as much as five feet on Lake Winnipeg and cause significant wave action on shorelines.

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