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St. Jean Baptiste brothers are flood veterans
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Flood fight: Soldiers build dikes on Hwy 26
U.S. Ambassador tours flood zone
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Flood fight: "Hoop and Holler cut"
Oakville farmer in path of potential breach
Flood fight: Shoring up the dikes in Cartier
Flood fight: April 6
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Front lines of the flood fight
Flood fight: April 14
Flood fight: protecting Lake Winnipeg's beaches
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Flood fight: St. Jean Baptiste
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Flood fight: Reporting from huge Assiniboine earth dike
City prepares for 1997-like flood
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