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October 11, 2022

Road Gravelling in the North Whiteshell

Manitoba Parks will begin gravelling block roads starting on Wednesday, October 12 beginning in the North Whiteshell,  Seven Sisters District. Gravelling will begin at Eleanor Lake and work  easterly as weather permits.  Please be advised that there will be multiple semi tractor trailers delivering the gravel and a grader to shape the material, delays may occur.

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October 11, 2022

Block 5 Caddy Lake Road Closed Oct 13

Manitoba Parks has informed us that the Block 5, Caddy Lake road will be closed for a portion of time on Oct. 13 to replace a culvert.

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July 22, 2022 ,

JULY 22 FLOODING UPDATE

Manitoba Parks provided the following update this afternoon following the  heavy rains from July 19 Whiteshell update for July 22, 2022 On July 19, 2022, areas of the Whiteshell received over 100mm of rain. Falcon, West Hawk, Caddy, Star and Big Whiteshell lakes have risen and may continue to rise with recent rainfall. Manitoba Parks […]

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July 20, 2022 ,

JULY 20 FLOODING UPDATE

Manitoba Parks provided the following update this afternoon following yesterday’s heavy rains. Here’s the update for the Whiteshell rain event that occurred on July 19, 2022. All lake levels in the Whiteshell have risen with recent rainfall. Manitoba Parks staff are working in conjunction with staff from the department of Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure (MTI) […]

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July 20, 2022

Road Closures due to Flooding

As of July 20 12:30 PM Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure has advised that PR312 has reopened. They have also alerted that a beaver dam has just breached on Hwy 44, between Black Bear Power Products/Mason Plumbing and PR312 intersection. Water is on the road and they are assessing road condition.  Further updates to follow later […]

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July 20, 2022 ,

Whiteshell Update – Rainfall

Message from Manitoba Parks (as of 8:00 AM July 20) Areas of the Whiteshell received over 100 mm of rain with yesterday. Park staff are out assessing damage, further updates will be provided. Manitoba Parks asks that if the cottagers encounter road washouts or other damage on cottage block roads to please call your local […]

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July 6, 2022 ,

ROAD ACCESS FULLY RESTORED IN WHITESHELL PROVINCIAL PARK

Visitors Advised to Check and Monitor Conditions Before Heading to Provincial Parks Manitoba Parks is advising of changes to flood-related closures and advisories at some provincial parks. In Whiteshell Provincial Park, Provincial Road (PR) 307 is now fully open through the north Whiteshell area from Seven Sisters Falls to Rennie. Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure is […]

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June 17, 2022 , ,

WHITESHELL WATER UPDATE: JUNE 17

Manitoba Parks provided the following update today Whiteshell Provincial Park: June 17, 2022 The state of local emergency was extended for Whiteshell Provincial Park today due to the continued high water levels throughout the park. The original order was set to expire June 19 after being declared on May 20. The new order expires July […]

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Well folks – we’ve reached 10,000 followers on our Facebook page – a long time personal goal of mine. Having administered this page since 2017 & having now reached this goal it will soon be time for me to move on & have someone else at WCA administer the page. Hoping to hand it over before end of February.The biggest jump in followers occurred during the 2021 Wildfires and during the 2022 floods as WCA kept cottagers & other park users informed- often 16 hour days during these events, always 7 days a week. And does anything say “Whiteshell” more than Daniel Alexander’s amazing wildlife videos & photos? We’ve had some of our Facebook posts reach well over 100,000 people & some posts were picked up by the media and made the news.Big thank you to Kristin Pingatore, Deborah Sequin & Angela Hogan who originally set up the WCA Facebook page & then trusted me to administer it all these years.Lastly a big thank you to all of you who contribute to our page by submitting photos, videos, news & stories.Be sure to support the WCA & whoever takes over this page in the days to come. ... See MoreSee Less
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