December 15, 2017   |  Whiteshell Community Events

Upcoming Whiteshell Events

  Parks Interpretive events are free for everyone to attend! Snowshoe Adventure – December 16, 2017 Wolf Howl – January 5, 2018 Snowshoe Adventure – January 21, 2018 Skijoring & Kick Sledding Demonstration – January 28, 2018 Snowshoe Adventure – February 11, 2018 Wolf Howl – February 17, 2018 Learn to Ice Fish –…

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December 7, 2017   |  Whiteshell News

Sustainable Development Employment Opportunities

The Department of Sustainable Development is seeking a qualified individual to fill the position of District Clerk in the South Whiteshell at the Falcon Lake District Office. CL3 Clerk 3 Regular/full-time Department of Sustainable Development Eastern Region, Parks and Regional Services Falcon Lake MB Advertisement Number:  33579 Salary(s):   CL3 $40,398.00 – $46,337.00 per year Closing…

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November 14, 2017   |  Other Committee News, Whiteshell News

911 Service – North Whiteshell Provincial Park

You might not be aware of the fact that the North Whiteshell area does not have 911 service. That is because we don’t have a fire department and you can’t get 911 service without one. The South East Whiteshell Fire Department only protects the lakes in the south east corner of the park. The boundary…

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November 14, 2017   |  Whiteshell News

Hunting Information

The hunting season for many species has already started. Click the links below for more information: Whiteshell Provincial Park – Map of No Hunting Areas Sustainable Development Hunting Guide: 2016 – 2018 Future Hunting Season Opening Dates: Hunter education & licensing  

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November 7, 2017   |  Safety Alerts

Know the dangers of ice

The Red Cross has ice safety information on their website at–boating-and-water-safety-tips/ice-safety  

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November 1, 2017   |  General News

Province Launches Hunter/Angler Surveys on Sustainable Management of Natural Resources

The Manitoba government has launched a trio of surveys to gather input from hunters and fishers in Manitoba that will help shape and inform sustainable management of the province’s natural resources, Sustainable Development Minister Rochelle Squires announced today. “We need to carefully manage our resources in Manitoba so that they remain healthy and sustainable for…

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