|Comments||South Central Manitoba, March 24-26, 2004. A combination of spring runoff and heavy rainfall brought flooding to Manitoba's South-Central region. Some affected communities include: Pembina, Morris, Winnipeg, Selkirk and Lac du Bonnet. States of emergency were declared in the rural municipalities of Franklin, Tache and St. Clements. Twenty-one people were evacuated from the Dakota Plains and Peguis First Nations. More than 1000 were evacuated when the Red River overflowed.