Roseau River First Nation evacuates most due to flooding

The Roseau River Anishinabe First Nation in Manitoba has evacuated most of its residents due to massive flooding in the province.

Nearly all of the 800 people on the reserve left over the weekend. Only 137 people remained as of Monday, CBC News reported.

The Peguis First Nation already evacuated nearly 600 people from its reserve. It could be weeks before they can return, CBC said.

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