by CTV News, April 23, 2015
The threat of flooding is once again forcing the residents of a remote Northern Ontario First Nation to flee their homes.
Hundreds of vulnerable Kashechewan residents have already registered with the Red Cross in Kapuskasing, Ont. The rising Albany River is threatening to flood the First Nation for the fourth consecutive year.
One of the evacuees, Gary Wesley, told CTV Northern Ontario that he’s coping with the situation, but it’s “difficult” for others.
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