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A look from the air at the flooding that's crippled many Manitoba producers.
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More Flood Fight 2011 videos
Highway 75 at Morris Bridge set to open
Flood fight: Selinger tours flood zones
Deliberate breach made at Hoop and Holler
No cut until after 2 p.m
Front lines of the flood fight
Flood fight: Cresting in Emerson
Province launches 2011 flood review
Huge geotubes protecting Twin Lakes cottage owners - November 9, 2011
A fruitless year for Westman producers
Flood fight: Evacuations begin in western Manitoba
Flood fight timelapse: from roadway to washed out
Flood fight: Another year, another flood in Peguis
Live: Latest aerial photos from the flood
Military aiding in flood fight
Twin Lakes Beach flooding
Flood officials issue safety warning
Flood fight: Shoring up the dikes in Cartier
Flood fight: An aerial tour of Westman
Flood fight: April 7
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