May 27, 2015


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Steinbach flooding

Three inches of rain hit Steinbach in an hour overnight, overwhelming the southern Manitoba city's pumping stations and flooding major roads and a few basements.
An aerial view of Steinbach flooding.
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Three inches of rain hit Steinbach in an hour overnight, overwhelming the southern Manitoba city's pumping stations and flooding major roads and a few basements. - Steinbachonline
An aerial view of Steinbach flooding. - Canadian Traffic Network Winnipeg
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May 27 11:14 am

Winnipeg SD holds open house at Sir William Osler School tonight 6-8 pm for parents of kids entering N-1 French milieu there in fall

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May 27 10:56 am

Three men rescued from remote lake after float plane flips wfp.to/ROI

Jason Bell | @WFPJasonBell

May 27 10:49 am

Men rescued from shore, suffering from mild hypothermia. All three flown back to Bissett.

Jason Bell | @WFPJasonBell

May 27 10:48 am

Three people seen on shore, warming themselves around camp fire. Hercules aircraft hovered above til 9am, then float plane called in.

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