Sudden ice break up on the Saskatchewan River shows nature's power Add to ...


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Ice melting on the river sparked this rarely seen surge of breaking ice on May 1, 2013 near Nipawin, Sask. It was captured from the air by the Saskatchewan Water Security Agency and shared with The Globe and Mail

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