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When overland spring flooding washed out sections of track May 23, he says he wasn’t surprised."It wasn’t that bad when I first started," he says.
"But things started to decline."He recalls seeing faults in the line.
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But since spring floods washed out its only overland link to the south last May, the town’s struggle to survive has dominated the news.
Winnipeg Free Press Ottawa reporter Dylan Robertson travelled to Churchill last week and spent a day taking a look at how worn-out and worried residents are coping. Gusts of powdery snow block out the sunrise, as laid-off railway worker Floyd Saunders sips a cup of tea at his kitchen table.
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