The people of the flood and their stories in Thunder Bay

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THUNDER BAY – The people of Thunder Bay impacted by the flooding share their stories with Raymond Brickwood and Sarah McArthur of Shaw TV Thunder Bay.

In spite of the tragedies facing many people, there are still people who are standing strong and there are people still smiling through the sorrow.

There are people without power, and still waiting for their insurance adjusters.

The people of Thunder Bay are helping out.

To make a donation to help:

Both the Red Cross and the Salvation Army have set up national donation campaigns to allow people from across Canada to help.

To donate to the Flood Fund through the Salvation Army call 1-800-SAL-ARMY (725-2769) or visit www.salvationarmy.ca; to donate to the Canadian Red Cross visit www.redcross.ca. You can also contact the Red Cross by phone at 1-800-418-1111 or by Email: WeCare@redcross.ca.

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