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The province's fleet of Wolverine ice cutters will begin operations Wednesday on the Red River north of Winnipeg.
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Flood fight: Live report from Brandon
Flood fight timelapse: from roadway to washed out
Flood officials issue safety warning
Aerial tour of Shoal Lakes, Portage Diversion
Flood fight: Shoring up the dikes in Cartier
Flood fight: April 8
Front lines of the flood fight
Flood fight: Bridges closing, home lost to flood waters
Selinger on Breach
Flooding causes huge damage on Dauphin Lake
Flood fight: St. Jean Baptiste
Looking at Red Lake, MN
Flood fight: Province may re-open Hoop and Holler cut
Flood safety demonstration
Report from scene of huge helicopter operation
Frantic sandbagging effort in Twin Lakes Beach
Deliberate breach made at Hoop and Holler
Flood fight: Evacuations begin in western Manitoba
Highway 75 at Morris Bridge set to open
Live: Latest aerial photos from the flood
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