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June 9, 2021

Fire Restrictions Lifted

Manitoba Parks has confirmed that effective June 9, the June 3 fire restrictions have been lifted in the Eastern Wildfire Regions

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June 3, 2021

Aquatic Invasive Species Webinar Planned for June 22

WCA is planning an Aquatic Invasive Species Webinar on June 22.  Stay tuned for more information  

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June 3, 2021

Fire Restrictions Reinstated – Manitoba Fire Bulletin #14

Note Whiteshell is Area 2 with Level 1 restrictions at this time. FIRE BULLETIN #14 The Manitoba Wildfire Service advises that due to continued dry conditions and predicted hot weather, burning permits will only be issued to essential burning, for rural municipalities, industrial operations and agriculture. All other burning permits will be restricted immediately in […]

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June 3, 2021

Hunt Lake Trail Construction

Manitoba Parks has advised us that work will start on the Hunt Lake bypass trail and additional parking area June 7 with anticipated completion by June 11.  The trail will remain open, the public is advised to use extreme caution in the area as heavy equipment will be working onsite and adhere to posted signage.

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May 27, 2021

PROVINCE LAUNCHES ONLINE ENGAGEMENT SEEKING INPUT ON NEW RECREATIONAL ANGLING STRATEGY

The province is launching online public engagement to seek input for changes to Manitoba’s angling regulations, which are outlined in Manitoba’s Recreational Angling Strategy, Agriculture and Resource Development Minister Blaine Pedersen announced on May 26th. “Every year, thousands of anglers enjoy Manitoba’s diverse and vibrant fishing opportunities,” said Pedersen. “Recreational angling generates significant economic, social […]

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May 21, 2021

Practise Social Distancing at Parks, Campgrounds and Cottages as Camping Season Begins

May 21, 2021 Manitoba Media Bulletin REMINDER: ONLY HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS AT CAMPSITES; PRACTISE SOCIAL DISTANCING AT PARKS, CAMPGROUNDS AND COTTAGES AS CAMPING SEASON BEGINS As Manitobans prepare to enjoy the May long weekend, it is important to remember that anyone heading to provincial parks, campgrounds or cottages should continue to practise social distancing and follow […]

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If you've seen some of our Daniel Alexander videos (Lynx) you may have wondered.................this sent to us by Steve McMahonWondering how to tell the difference between a bobcat and a lynx? Here are a few key differences:- Bobcats are smaller in size, with shorter legs.- Bobcats have a black-striped and white-tipped tail which is longer than that of the lynx.- Lynx have a tuft of dark hair on the tips of their ears. Have you ever encountered a bobcat or a Canada lynx? #WildlifeWednesday ... See MoreSee Less
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Latest trail reportGood snowfall amounts has set up good to excellent trail conditions for the last weekend of January. Great time to hit the trails with sunshine forecasted and a return to normal temperatures. Check interactive maps for trail updates: bit.ly/2BbNvuC #ManitobaParks ... See MoreSee Less
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Question from a cottager –“Would you be able to ask if anyone has been ice fishing on Beauchemin lake? Wondering if they are catching anything. Thanks” ... See MoreSee Less
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Another video from Bob Ronyck – “Nutimik Lake, November” ... See MoreSee Less
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