August 3, 2015


Flood Fight

Protestors shut down work on Lake St. Martin diversion

A worker prepares to leave as fisherman and their families from Lake St. Martin and Fairford First Nations reserves stopped workers from reopening the Lake St. Martin emergency channel on Saturday. A part of the outlet was opened before the work stoppage.

MICHELLE SIU

A worker prepares to leave as fisherman and their families from Lake St. Martin and Fairford First Nations reserves stopped workers from reopening the Lake St. Martin emergency channel on Saturday. A part of the outlet was opened before the work stoppage.

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