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May 29, 2022 , ,

WHITESHELL WATER UPDATE: MAY 29

Manitoba Parks provided the following update today: A local state of emergency has been declared for Whiteshell Provincial Park on May 20, 2022 due to rising water levels within the park. Developed areas at Betula Lake were closed on May 21, 2022. This closure area was expanded (May 24) to include Sylvia Lake, Otter Falls, […]

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May 17, 2022 ,

Message from West Hawk Lake United Church Council

Please click the link below to see a message from the West Hawk United church council.    They are reaching out to the community to expand the uses of this very special place in our park. whuc-center-2

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February 7, 2020 ,

Swimming Lessons in the North Whiteshell 2020 – Survey Request

After a successful re-introduction of swimming lessons in the North Whiteshell in 2019 thanks to Aqua Essence Swim Academy taking on the challenge set forth by Whiteshell Cottagers Association we are pleased to announce Aqua Essence is willing to take on 2020 as well. In fact they are attempting to expand the program To that […]

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November 28, 2019

Update on Cottage Break-Ins in the North Whiteshell

As a follow-up to our Nov 21 notice, the WCA has been in contact with the North Whiteshell Citizens on Patrol and the RCMP in Lac du Bonnet.  The RCMP has confirmed that they do indeed now have the perpetrator in custody. Break-ins at Eleanor & Brereton involved breaking into sheds. RCMP were not aware of […]

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September 20, 2019

Stars Ambulance Rescue on the Island

On Sept. 12, seven Manitoba business and community leaders set a new event fundraising record when they were stranded on an island in Whiteshell Provincial Park and to secure their ‘rescue’ and return to civilization.  They were challenged to fundraise as much as possible from the island using their mobile phones and personal and corporate […]

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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 8, 2018

COTTAGERS & A POTENTIAL NORTH WHITESHELL VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT

Probe Research Inc. was commissioned to conduct a “census-style” survey among cottage owners in the North Whiteshell region. Survey responses were collected between July 30th and August 19th, 2018. A central objective of the survey was to determine support for, or opposition to, the implementation of a volunteer fire department in the region. Click the […]

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September 21, 2018

2018 Photo Contest

The deadline for entries in the annual photo contest is October 12, 2018.   Click the link below for contest details Photo Contest

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Whiteshell Community ClubA Christmas Market is planned for Dec. 10th, 2022. 10 am - 3 pm.Interested vendors can contact: leslieannblaney@gmail.com ... See MoreSee Less
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Linda Macey Bembridge (Betula Lake Page) – “Saw this guy last night, very glad this one stayed in the ditch. Three weeks ago I wasn’t so lucky when a buck came out on to the road” ... See MoreSee Less
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Whiteshell Snowmobile clubLooking for a Fulfilling Opportunity?WE WANT YOU! We all know that snowmobile trails don’t just happen. It takes resources and many volunteer hours to maintain 13,000 kilometers of snowmobile trails in the areas of signing, grooming, equipment maintenance, shelter upkeep, etc. Why volunteer? People volunteer for many different reasons. For some, it’s to help others and give back to the community and club. For others, it is to build self-confidence, gain personal growth and learn new skills. We know it’s important to get outside during winter and enjoy all that Manitoba has to offer. Giving your time lends you a sense of well-being and connectedness to others and certainly fights boredom. It allows you to share your talents, abilities, and experiences while at the same time learning new skills from others. And don’t forget volunteers can have fun and enjoy themselves by making new friends. To volunteer please contact Snoman at info@snoman.mb.ca or your local club today! ... See MoreSee Less
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