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.
As we continue to strive to meet our goal of 2650 members for the year, we would really appreciate your assistance. Please reach out to your lake neighbours and ask them to join the association and encourage your family members to purchase associate memberships. The associate memberships strengthen your association and cost only $20 / […]Continue Reading
The link below contains a summary of selected lake levels over the summer. 2018 Lake Levels Table AugContinue Reading
The Ministry of Infrastructure and Transportation, Water Management hosted an Open House to provide information on the possible lake level scenarios and request input on a brief survey from all concerned cottagers. It was well attended and we look forward to the summary of the information gathered by MIT. Committee members Al Bezak, Bob Harrison […]Continue Reading
And the winner of the latest WCA membership draw of a hand made personalized sign from Berne’s Signs is Edward Dutkiewicz of Eleanor Lake. Congratulations Mr. Dutkiewicz! Membership in the Whiteshell Cottagers Association has many benefits!Continue Reading
Membership in the WCA as of August 11 is 1997. The Whiteshell Cottagers Association is arranging a spring 2019 Cottage Succession planning seminar. If you think you might want to attend this session make sure you are a 2018 member & renew in 2019 – both 2017 seminars sold out in under 2 hours!Continue Reading
The following email was sent August 3rd to the Contaminated Sites Program Specialist | Emergency Response Team Member Manitoba Sustainable Development, Environmental Approvals Dear Warren: Thank you for providing the Consulting Engineer’s report and analysis of the soils and leachate from and adjacent to the derailment site. The report is clear and satisfies my concern over […]Continue Reading
The Manitoba government is hosting a public information session regarding a proposed alteration to the regulation of Falcon Lake. The session will present several potential options and seeks your feedback to help in the decision making process. This open house session will be facilitated by Manitoba Infrastructure from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Sunday, August 26, 2018. Click the link below for more information. Poster Advertisement – Falcon Lake-D3Continue Reading