People from the northern Saskatchewan community of Montreal have had to leave their homes, again, because of flooding worries.
About 200 residents have moved to temporary accommodations in Prince Albert.
Heavy rain in the past two days has swamped the only access road into the community.
There has been no flooding in the community itself.
For some residents this is the second time they have had to move out.
A week ago, 81 people were temporarily moved to Prince Albert.