September 4, 2015


Analysis

It's 2011 all over again

Lake Manitoba properties to be sacrificed anew, so move what you can

Albert Jacobs (front) pushes his boat with help from his son Dave through stagnant water around the elder Albert's home at Twin Lakes Beach on Lake  Manitoba in 2011. Lake Manitoba communities are again facing the threat of flooding.

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Albert Jacobs (front) pushes his boat with help from his son Dave through stagnant water around the elder Albert's home at Twin Lakes Beach on Lake Manitoba in 2011. Lake Manitoba communities are again facing the threat of flooding. Photo Store

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