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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 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 8, 2022

Update – West Hawk Townsite Boil Water Advisory

As of July 9, the boil water advisory has been lifted in West Hawk Townsite at the following locations only; West Hawk Nightly Camping – Section A West Hawk Nightly Camping – Section D West Hawk Campground Office West Hawk Shower building Meteor Mike’s.

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June 30, 2022

Boil Water Advisory is in Effect in West Hawk Townsite

A boil water advisory is in effect in West Hawk Townsite at the following locations only; West Hawk Nightly Camping – Section A West Hawk Nightly Camping – Section D West Hawk Campground Office West Hawk Shower building Meteor Mike’s.

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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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June 17, 2022

Falcon Townsite and Toniata Beach Campground Boil Water Advisory

Update June 17 The boil water advisory at Falcon Lake Toniata Campground has been lifted, the boil water advisory for the Falcon Lake Townsite which includes Falcon Lakeshore, Falcon Beach and Seasonal Campgrounds continues at this time. ___________________ June 14 Manitoba Parks has informed us that Falcon Lake townsite area and the Toniata campground are […]

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June 16, 2022 , ,

WHITESHELL WATER UPDATE: JUNE 16

Manitoba Parks provided the following shorter update today to highlight the changes Whiteshell Daily Update: June 16, 2022 Water levels are slowly receding or remaining stable throughout the entire park with the exception of Star Lake that saw a small increase for the second day in a row. A log was removed yesterday from the […]

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June 15, 2022 , ,

WHITESHELL WATER UPDATE: JUNE 15

Manitoba Parks provided the following shorter update today to highlight the changes Whiteshell Daily Update: June 15, 2022 Water levels are slowly receding or remaining stable throughout the park, with only Star Lake seeing a slight increase today due to the recent rainfall. Manitoba Parks is continuing to work with Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure (MTI) on […]

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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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