Dutch elm disease costing Winnipeg $18.7 million
About $18.7 million is expected to be spent by the City of Winnipeg to identify, prune, remove and replace trees affected by Dutch elm disease. The city has been losing between 5,000 and 6,000 elm trees each year as a result of the disease.
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