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11 flown from red sucker lake to Winnipeg hospital after drinking poison – Eleven adults from Manitoba’s Red Sucker Lake First Nation were air lifted to a Winnipeg hospital on Thursday to be treated for chemical poisoning, band councilor lester harper told CBC News. Five of .

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Red Sucker Lake evacuees flown to Winnipeg due to fire – Just under 230 people from Red Sucker Lake First Nation have been flown from the community to Winnipeg and are now staying at a hotel in the city. The first two flights, with about 20 people from the .

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Mounties from the Island Lake detachment were called to a stretch of road in Red Sucker Lake Monday morning after reports of a body in the area. They found a 37-year-old man dead with signs of trauma .

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Red Sucker Lake, Manitoba – Wikipedia – Red Sucker Lake is a designated place in northeast Manitoba, Canada adjacent to the Red . Red Sucker Lake, Manitoba. From Wikipedia . Statistics Canada.

The Canadian Red Cross will be helping evacuate “at least 300” residents of Red Sucker Lake First Nation Thursday, according to a news release. A forest fire in northeastern Manitoba prompted the Firs.

Flights out of Red Sucker Lake First nation began early in the afternoon Thursday and will likely involve moving upwards of 300 people out of the First Nation located about 530 km northeast of Winnipe.