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Committee News

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.

January 21, 2019

Summary ow WCA 2018 Results

Here is a list of the WCA accomplishments for 2018 Water Level Management • Tabled Preliminary Design report on MI’s analysis of control structure design at Falcon Lake • Initiated request to dredge channels at Nutimik and Caddy • Dredged the boathouse channels at McKenzie Beach and Falcon Lake (last done 30+ years ago!) • […]

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January 17, 2019

WCA has a new brochure!

Take a peek at our new brochure that will be used for our marketing and membership campaigns this year.  It contains information about the WCAs recent accomplishments and the actions planned for 2019. Click the link below to see the entire brochure WCOA-Brochure Jan2019

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December 4, 2018 ,

Manitoba Hydro continues replacing wood poles in Whiteshell Provincial Park

A Manitoba Hydro project to replace older wood poles in the Falcon Lake, Caddy Lake, West Hawk Lake, Star Lake and Brereton Lake areas is scheduled to continue early in the new year. Approximately 200 poles will be replaced during the second year of the project. The work is being carried out during the winter […]

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November 9, 2018

Hydro Weekly Forecast for the Winnipeg River 2018 Season

Click the link blow for the Hydro Weekly Lake Level Forecast for the Winnipeg River 20181109_Whiteshell Lakes on Wpg River 20181102_Whiteshell Lakes on Wpg River 20181025_Whiteshell Lakes on Wpg River 20181019_Whiteshell Lakes on Wpg River 20181012_Whiteshell Lakes on Wpg River 20181005_Whiteshell Lakes on Wpg River 20180928_Whiteshell Lakes on Wpg River 20180921_Whiteshell Lakes on Wpg River […]

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October 30, 2018

Slave Falls Spillway Pier Stabilization

Manitoba Hydro has announced that a ten kilometre stretch of the Winnipeg River between the Pointe du Bois and Slave Falls generating stations needs to be lowered by about three feet to reduce the load on one of the spillway piers and perform stabilization work. Cottagers downstream of Pointe du Bois who may be impacted by […]

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October 30, 2018

North Whiteshell Fire Dept. Volunteer Recruitment Survey

The next step in the process of creating the North Whiteshell Fire Dept. is determining the availability, current qualifications and potential level of participation of volunteer firefighters, officers and advisory board members. To achieve this, the interim board is reaching out to you for information. Please complete the questionnaire in the link below (or forward it […]

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October 11, 2018

Environment Committee Report October 2018

Please click the link below to see the latest report. Environment Committee Report October 2018

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October 11, 2018

Water levels between Pointe Du Bois and Slave Falls will drop end of October until Spring

A 10-kilometre stretch of the Winnipeg River between the Pointe du Bois and Slave Falls generating stations will be lower-than-usual this fall and winter as Manitoba Hydro performs needed stabilization work on a spillway structure at Slave Falls. About a one-metre (about three feet) draw down of the river behind Slave Falls will start about […]

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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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