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Selkirk not waiting for catastrophe; plan makes adapting to climate-change 'routine'

Selkirk Mayor Larry Johannson (left) and CAO Duane Nicol. The city finalized a 10-year plan to prepare for the local consequences of a warmer and more chaotic climate. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press files)</p>

Selkirk Mayor Larry Johannson (left) and CAO Duane Nicol. The city finalized a 10-year plan to prepare for the local consequences of a warmer and more chaotic climate. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press files)

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