Only a few short weeks ago on March 22, the Red River flowing past Selkirk, Man., was locked in ice (shown here), but carved down the center by ice-breaking equipment to help minimize flooding. As of now, this section of river is free-flowing but large chunks of ice are jammed together further north of the city.

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Photo taken on March 22, 2020

Photo uploaded on April 14, 2020

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