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.
Click the link below to see the latest Environment Committee Report Environment Committee Report October 12th 2020Continue Reading
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Manitoba Hydro reports that they are now developing a workplan based on their assessment of the concrete structures at Slave Falls and feedback collected from local residents, Indigenous communities, and waterway users. They are currently not expecting the work to involve a drop in water levels in the Winnipeg River between Slave Falls and Pointe […]Continue Reading
Click the link below to see the latest report Environment Committee Report September 4th 2020Continue Reading
Cottagers are reporting that the Nutimik boat launch channel is almost impassible. WCA continues to ask Parks for help with this problem. We are developing a survey for Nutimik and other WCA members people to express their concerns about their boat launch infrastructure. There are two Nutimik access channels pictured below. The first one is […]Continue Reading
Cottagers from Falcon, Barren, Star, West Hawk, Hunt, and Caddy Lakes should have received a survey about the service fee in the mail from the South East Whiteshell Fire Department (SEWFD) The SEWFD has enhanced the community as a recognized leader in providing fire protection services, search and rescue operations, and quick response for assistance […]Continue Reading
Manitoba Hydro is planning new work to address deteriorating concrete at some of the Slave Falls dam structures starting as early as fall 2020. This will require a new portage route. According to Hydro’s Website any plan for Slave Falls is likely to require work over multiple years and may involve a 1 to 2 […]Continue Reading