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November 1, 2019

Oct 31 Update from Lake of the Woods Control Board for Winnipeg River

Flows out of Lac Seul and Lake of the Woods and along the Winnipeg Rivers are exceptionally high and will remain so until Freeze-up. Potentially dangerous river conditions exist along the Winnipeg River. Rainfall in September and early October was remarkably high, setting new records for this period in many areas of the basin. The […]

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October 25, 2019

Whiteshell Flooding Update – October 25, 2019

Lake levels are gradually decreasing in the south Whiteshell and Manitoba Infrastructure has advised that Caddy Lake levels have dropped to the point where the water is off of PR 312 and a log has been pulled at the West Hawk Dam this morning.  They will pull one log and evaluate how the lakes respond […]

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October 25, 2019

Whiteshell High Water Level Photos October 2019

Our WCA Facebook friends have shared some photos of the high water levels this week.  Click the link below to see them and follow us on Facebook to see more. Lake Level Photos Oct 25. Photos from earlier in the month are at the link below. Whiteshell High Water Level Photos October 2019  

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October 25, 2019

Update for Winnipeg River from Lake of the Woods Control Board.

Along the Winnipeg River, water levels are the highest on record for this time of year.  The LWCB aims to reduce outflow from Lake of the Woods shortly before freeze-up along the Winnipeg River in Ontario. Winnipeg River flow and level will fall sharply as a result of the flow reductions. The latest report is […]

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October 22, 2019

Whiteshell Flooding Update Oct 22

Manitoba Infrastructure’s Hydrologic Forecast Centre reports the water levels on lakes in the Whiteshell area have stabilized at or near record highs for this time of year.  Water levels are expected to slowly decline if no significant precipitation occurs. The full press release is at https://news.gov.mb.ca/news/index.html?item=45986&posted=2019-10-22  

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October 18, 2019

Whiteshell Flooding Update – October 18, 2019

Water levels on all of the lakes in the Whiteshell have begun to recede. The weather forecast shows a system with up to an inch of rain that could possibly hit the area Monday-Tuesday but the forecast seems to be changing day-to-day. Manitoba Infrastructure and Sustainable Development will continue to monitor the situation and will […]

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October 15, 2019 ,

Whiteshell Flooding Update – October 15, 2019

There have been no significant changes since the last report in water levels within Whitesehll Provincial Park they continue to rise and will into the coming days.  Currently there is flooding on Provincial Highway #312, reduced speed and flood warning signs have been posted at the site.  Manitoba Infrastructure and Sustainable Development will continue to […]

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October 12, 2019 ,

South Whiteshell Highway #312 Road Flooding Update – October 12, 2019

There have been no significant changes since the last report, water levels continue to rise and will into the coming days. Currently there is flooding on the eastbound lane of Provincial Highway #312 and flood warning signs have been posted at the site indicating “FLOOD WATER”. Manitoba Infrastructure and Sustainable Development will continue to monitor […]

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