The Morning Edition - Sask | Mar 27, 2013 | 9:40

The Dutch Visit Yorkton

The Netherlands are known for their elaborate dike system and now they are bringing that knowledge to Yorkton. Sheila talks to a Dutch Engineer about what he is hoping to learn from Yorkton's big flood of 2010.

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