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September 21, 2021

Brereton Lake South Pumphouse will be closed for maintenance

Manitoba Parks has advised us that the Brereton Lake South Pumphouse will be closed for maintenance on Wednesday, September 22, 2021.  For those that require potable water, they can go to the Big Whiteshell South Shore or Betula Lake ball diamond locations.  Please call the Rennie District Office at 204-369-3153 if you have questions or […]

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September 14, 2021

September Water Levels Report

Click the link below to see the latest water levels report from the WCA Environment Committee Environment Committee Report September 6th, 2021

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August 27, 2021 ,

Slave Falls MB Hydro Anchoring Project

Manitoba Hydro has advised us that an anchoring project is starting in mid-September 2021 as the next step in addressing some of the concrete deterioration issues in the Slave Falls sluiceway. This work will help maintain the integrity of the dam and preserve the safety of surrounding waterways and the people who use them. Workers […]

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August 19, 2021

Fire Restrictions Lifted – Effective August 20

With the forecast for significant rainfall to arrive over most parts of Manitoba in the coming days, the Manitoba Wildfire Service advises that current fire and travel restrictions can be lifted in most areas. Manitobans are reminded there are still some areas where the risk of wildfire may still exist even after the rain, therefore […]

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August 13, 2021 ,

Trailer and Cabana For Sale in Whiteshell

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August 13, 2021

Drinking Water Quality Advisories (Dorothy / Nutimik / Otter Falls)

Manitoba Health has recently issued drinking water advisories for Dorothy Lake, Nutimik Lake and Otter Falls Campground.  Recent testing shows manganese levels  above the Canadian Drinking Water guideline of 0.12 mg/L. Manganese is a naturally occurring element in groundwater. Small amounts of manganese are needed by the human body to be healthy. Increased manganese levels […]

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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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