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The Manitoba Provincial Parks Cabin Owner Association (MPPCOA) is a strategic coalition working in consultation with Parks to establish a fair, transparent and sustainable fee calculation system for all lease lot cottage owners residing in Provincial Parks.

March 17, 2021 ,

Manitoba’s Provincial Parks Cottager Survey

The Parks Branch of Manitoba Conservation and Climate has asked us to share the following important message with our members. Travel Manitoba and the Parks Branch of Manitoba Conservation and Climate are conducting a study evaluating Manitoba’s provincial parks. One component of this review is to consult with and survey provincial park cottagers. To conduct […]

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April 7, 2020

MPPCOA has a New Website

Check out the MPPCOA’s new website at https://mppcoa.org/ The MPPCOA is a group of 11 Manitoba provincial park cabin owner associations united in order to ensure a relationship of trust and respect between Cabin Owners and the Manitoba Parks and Protected Spaces {Parks Branch} to manage the administration and matters affecting cottagers within provincial parks.

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February 5, 2020

MPPCOA – Parks Joint Meeting

Members of the Manitoba Provincial Parks Cabin Owner Association (MPPCOA)  attended a Meet and Greet at the Manitoba Legislature on February 3rd, 2020. MPPCOA reports that the meeting went quite well.  It began on time and the format was informal and flexible enough to present what the committee had prepared. Bruce Alexander, Chair, MPPCOA Advisory […]

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September 12, 2019

PC Election Promise – Renew Park Strategy

From the September 3, 2019 PC platform commitments “Moving Manitoba Forward” The PC government promised the following as part of their Renew Provincial Parks Strategy: Enhance visitor experience and better integrate parks with local communities Achieve a more sustainable financial model for Manitoba parks Partner with other organizations on capital investment requirements and deliver an […]

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June 17, 2019

Manitoba Provincial Parks Cabin Owners Association (MPPCOA) Update

On Saturday, June 8th, the MPPCOA Chairperson’s Cottage Owners Association hosted the 3rd Annual General Meeting in the Hecla Island Historic Village. The AGM which took place at the Hecla Historic Village Hall started with a lunch for arriving MPPCOA members. During the AGM, members spouses received a guided tour of the historical sites in […]

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April 17, 2019

MPPCOA Report from the AGM

Mr. Chairman, Honoured Guests, and fellow WCA members, Report from the Manitoba Provincial Park Cabin Owners Association MPPCOA Our current MPPCOA President, Dean Amundson, from the historic Hecla Association of Cottagers, is currently sailing up the east coast on his way home from the warm waters of the Caribbean. He asked me to stand in […]

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March 18, 2019

Message from the Chairman, Manitoba Provincial Park Cabin Owners Association

Discussions between MPPCOA and Parks and Protected Spaces regarding park access fees and service fees have evolved around two questions: What do we want this to look like, and how do we get there? It appears that there is a solution that is satisfactory to both sides, MPPCOA and our government. Discussions that took place […]

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July 3, 2018

Manitoba Provincial Parks Cabin Owners Association

The second annual Manitoba Provincial Parks Cabin Owners Association Annual General Meeting took place Saturday, June 23, 2018 with the Whiteshell Cottagers Association (WCA) as host. Following a welcoming pre-meeting lunch at the Smith cottage at Falcon Lake, the Meeting took place from 1pm to 4:30pm with Executive Committee Members representing Hecla Historic Village COA […]

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Question from a Cottager – “Does anybody know if there is a notary in the south Whiteshell?” ... See MoreSee Less
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Caddy Air Field – Manitoba Historical SocietyDuring the Great Depression of the 1930s, the Canadian federal government employed able-bodied, unemployed men to build public infrastructure. In return for their labour, each man was provided with food, shelter, and 20 cents per day. In Manitoba, three construction gangs worked in the Whiteshell Forest Reserve (today’s Whiteshell Provincial Park) to build roads to enable the development of tourism in this part of the province. Between Fall 1933 and Spring 1934, one hundred men from the Caddy Lake Relief Camp, under the supervision of Col. Logie Armstrong from the Department of National Defense, built an emergency airfield at this site about 1.5 miles west of the Ontario border. ... See MoreSee Less
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Good morning, we found a small water craft (paddle boat) adrift in Big Whiteshell Lake. It was found floating in the middle of the lake no where near a cabin. I was wondering if you could post something for me? If they can identify what it is then we will know it is going to the rightful owner. They can message me to identify what it is and for pick up information. Or call me at 1 (204) 348-3294. ... See MoreSee Less
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