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Map: Points of interest in Manitoba's flood fight

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Hey there, time traveller!
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Tour key waterways, communities and flood-mitigation features in Manitoba and North Dakota with our interactive map.

Can't see the map below? Try viewing it in a new window.

Map by Bartley Kives and Wendy Sawatzky. Data source: Province of Manitoba, U.S. National Weather Service, Free Press files.

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