Manitoba 2011 Flood Recovery
In 2011, southern Manitoba had one of the most severe and extensive floods on record. This required an emergency response, including in areas where flooding was never experienced before. In total, 26 First Nations in Manitoba were affected by 2011 flooding and there were evacuations from 18 First Nation communities.
Together with First Nations and the Province of Manitoba, the Government of Canada is working towards a recovery that will see all residents returned to safe, secure homes or permanent long-term accommodation in strong, resilient communities. Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada is also continuing discussions with the provincial government to seek their involvement in supporting emergency management in Manitoba First Nations.
Click on the links below for more information on the emergency response and recovery efforts for First Nations communities during the 2011 Manitoba flood and progress toward rebuilding communities and returning evacuees home.
- Fact Sheet: 2011 Manitoba Flood Evacuees Update
- 2011 Manitoba Flood Evacuee Summary
- Status of Re-entry by Community
- FAQ: Information for 2011 Manitoba Flood Evacuees
- Manitoba Floods 2011 - First Nations Recovery Needs Assessment
- Strategic environmental assessment of the Operation Return Home project
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