Mississippi floodwaters are forcing a wave of Americans to flee their homes. Fortunately for those living near Magnaville, Louisiana, there is hope for a new beginning.  Situated 120 miles Northeast of New Orleans is a planned community created by a Canadian entrepreneur which served as a long-term solution for those displaced by Hurricane Katrina. Now that Americans living along the Mississippi River face the threat of major flooding, the place known to locals as "Canadaville" is being called on for help once again. We're joined by  Shane Carmichael,  manager of the Magnaville Project in Louisiana and by  Tonya Nelson. Tonya was originally a Hurricane Katrina evacuee who still lives in Canada-ville.