|Comments||Assiniboine, Roseau, and Red Rivers MB, April 19 to June 17, 2011. By April 28, flooding resulted in 15 communities declaring states of emergency while 1,772 individuals had been evacuated province wide. There were 1,547 evacuees who were from First Nations communities. Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) worked collaboratively with First Nations communities to develop flood action plans with pre-emptive activities. As of June 15, 2,543 individuals had been evacuated and 32 communities had declared states of emergency. Estimated costs from the Province is approximately $100 million and the estimated federal share is approximately $87.5 million.