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September 14, 2022

Manitoba Parks Labourer / Operator Job Posting

The Department of Environment, Climate and Parks, Eastern Region, is seeking qualified individuals to fill a Labourer/Operator 2 position located at the South Whiteshell Transfer Station.  Click the links below for more information and the application form.   39541 Labour2 Application Form  LABOURER OR2 LOCAL PARKS BULLETIN 2022(2) (3)

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September 1, 2022

Small Fire in the Area of Sailing Lake.

Manitoba Wildfire Service advised on the afternoon of Sept 1 that there is small fire in the area of Sailing Lake. Water Bombers were onsite and have now left, an Initial Attack Crew is on the ground. Parks is advised there are no concerns at this time

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August 31, 2022

Manitoba Government Provides Free Entry to Provincial Parks Over Labour Day Long Weekend

The Manitoba government is once again providing free entry to provincial parks over the Labour Day long weekend, Environment, Climate and Parks Minister Jeff Wharton announced Aug 30. “The diversity of landscapes and waterways throughout Manitoba’s provincial parks provide a broad range of recreational and relaxing activities to suit any taste,” said Wharton. “This long […]

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August 12, 2022

MANITOBA TRAILS STRATEGY SURVEY

WCA originally shared information about the Manitoba provincial trials strategy in September 2020 The “What we Heard” report is now available here Manitoba Trails Strategy Survey

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August 5, 2022

Boil Water Advisory – Falcon Lake (portions of Cottonwood, Elder, Aspen and Birch Street)

Manitoba Parks has informed us that a line break on August 5, 2022  led to the loss of water pressure in a portion of the Falcon Lake distribution system (including some lots on Cottonwood, Elder, Aspen and Birch Streets). Distribution depressurization can compromise the safety of the water supply; therefore, a boil water advisory has […]

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July 29, 2022

MANITOBA GOVERNMENT CONTINUES TO MAKE ACCESSIBILITY IMPROVEMENTS IN PROVINCIAL PARKS

Manitoba News Release July 29 Mobility Mats Being Added at Several Beaches  The Manitoba government continues to make investments and improvements to enhance the visitor experience in provincial parks by increasing the number of mobility mats at several popular park beaches, Environment, Climate and Parks Minister Jeff Wharton and Families Minister Rochelle Squires, minister responsible […]

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July 25, 2022

Manitoba Parks Job Opportunities

The Department of Environment, Climate and Parks is seeking qualified individuals to fill a Trades Helper and a Labourer/Operator position in the South Whiteshell District. Click the links below for more information. LABOURER OR2 LOCAL PARKS BULLETIN 2022 Trades Helper job posting 2022

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July 12, 2022

Manitoba Parks Job Opportunities

The Department of Environment, Climate and Parks is seeking qualified individuals to fill a Trades Helper and a Laborer Position.   Click the links below for the information and application forms Trades Helper Application Form Trades Helper job posting 2022 LABOURER OR2 LOCAL PARKS BULLETIN 2022 Labourer Application Form

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Sharing our parks with wildlife is easy. 🐻 Follow these steps for a safe camping experience:🏕️Keep a clean campsite. Store food, cooking equipment and any scented items in a locked vehicle/trailer (including soap, toiletries, dishes, pet food). Don’t cook, eat or store any food or scented items in a tent.🚮Dispose of all garbage into refuse containers or store locked in your vehicle/trailer. Do not burn garbage. Dispose of dishwater at a washroom or septic disposal.🚫Don’t feed any wildlife including birds or squirrels.⚠️Stay alert and keep pets on leash.Learn more at www.manitoba.ca/human-wildlife#ManitobaParks ... See MoreSee Less
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Flock over to the Alfred Hole Visitor Centre this fall to see migrating Canada Geese, check out the interpretive exhibits and chat with a Park Interpreter to plan your Whiteshell adventures. bit.ly/2lGxM1O #ManitobaParks ... See MoreSee Less
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