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More Flood Fight 2011 videos
Report from scene of huge helicopter operation
Military aiding in flood fight
Flood fight: Province may re-open Hoop and Holler cut
Flood fight: April 14
Huge geotubes protecting Twin Lakes cottage owners - November 9, 2011
Premier Selinger addresses Manitobans on flooding
Hoop & Holler area resident angry over province's communication
Flood fight timelapse: from roadway to washed out
Aerial tour of Shoal Lakes, Portage Diversion
Flood fight: Flood update from province
Flood fight: Portage Diversion at capacity
Wawanesa braces for Souris River crest
Front lines of the flood fight
Ice cutters to be deployed Wednesday
Highway 75 at Morris Bridge set to open
Flood fight: Live report from Brandon
Selinger on Breach
Deliberate breach made at Hoop and Holler
Flood fight: Evacuations begin in western Manitoba
Flood safety demonstration
Flood fight: Shoring up the dikes in Cartier
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