Winnipeg's frozen pipes dwindling as mercury rises
Fewer than 400 properties now awaiting pipes to thaw
As the temperature heats up in Winnipeg, the number of homes with frozen pipes is dropping.
That's down more than one hundred in just the last few days.
Over the course of the last few months, the city has restored water service to 2,195 addresses.
The pipes at Chocolatier Constance Popp's shop have been frozen for 79 days.
"I'm almost in denial because we're selling ice cream and ice coffee and ice things that are cold and yet our pipes are still not thawed," she said.
Watch CBC reporter Katie Nicholson's report, and see what happened during her interviews with people still dealing with frozen pipes.