The Whiteshell Cottagers Association strive to keep on top of the latest issues that directly affect our members. The following collection are some of the issues we’re currently addressing. Let us know what issues are of concern to cottagers at your lake.
Work has started at the new facilities at Otter Falls, Betula, and Jessica. At Jessica they did some (minor) trail re-routing already but have some more work to do once the snow is gone. Gravel & cement blocks have been delivered to Jessica. Gravel was also delivered to Betula (it was delivered to the group […]Continue Reading
The Department of Conservation and Climate is seeking qualified individuals to fill Park Attendant positions in the Whiteshell and other parks. Click the links below for the position description and application form. 37254_Attendant Eastern Region 37254_Park Attendant Application Form (002)Continue Reading
The Government of Canada is currently examining how to set up a Canada Water Agency, and as a result they are holding forums across the country, engaging with the public to try to determine what that should look like. If WCA members are interested in participating, the Prairie forum is scheduled for next Thursday, February […]Continue Reading
Jessica Lake Material to build the new waste facility has started to arrive at the junction of ER60 & ER61 The Parks and Protected Specaces Branch is working in cooperation with the Trails Association. They are going to relocate the Trans Canada trail away from the waste collection facility. They also intend to bring in […]Continue Reading
Following the survey in September Manitoba Hydro shared the following information on November 24. Thank you to everyone who participated in our engagement activities this summer, including two online surveys, on future projects at Slave Falls Generating Station. You are invited to review some of the key findings from our engagement in the reports linked […]Continue Reading
WCA received the following message from Manitoba Hydro on November 9. Please be aware water levels near Lac du Bonnet may be lower than normal starting today until around November 13. Customers along the Winnipeg River, around Lac du Bonnet between Seven Sisters and McArthur generating stations, may notice lower-than-usual water levels starting today until […]Continue Reading
Manitoba Infrastructure reports that all paving is complete from the district office to the end of Block 17. Motorists should be reminded of speed limits and that speed humps have been installed at Block 18, the Block 10 beach, and at the end of Block 12. Culvert work will be complete at Fairway Crescent (BLOCK […]Continue Reading