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May 21, 2022 ,

PR309 North to Big Whiteshell – Now Closed Local Traffic Only

Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure has just informed Manitoba Parks that a portion PR 309 between the junction of PR 307 and Big Whiteshell Lake (at the spot of the flooding near Meditation Lake) is now moving to Closed – Local Traffic Only. Manitoba Parks will be working to make sure that campers and cottagers in the […]

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May 20, 2022 , ,

Betula Evacuation Notice and State of Emergency for Whiteshell Provincial Park

Manitoba Parks has declared a state of emergency for Whiteshell Provincial Park and an evacuation notice for area shown in the map below at Betula Lake.  Everyone must evacuate by 5:00 PM on May 21. State of Local Emergency Declared in Whiteshell Provincial Park Manitoba Environment, Climate and Parks has declared a state of local […]

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May 20, 2022 , ,

WHITESHELL WATER UPDATE: MAY 20

Manitoba Parks has shared the following update today: Water continues to rise along the lakes that make up the Winnipeg River system. Nutimik, Dorothy, Margaret, Eleanor, and Sylvia Lakes as well as the river near the Pointe du Bois subdivision continue to rise as water moves from Lake of the Woods through the Winnipeg River […]

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May 20, 2022 ,

Crescent Beach Seawall at West Hawk is Barricaded and Closed

Manitoba Parks report that Crescent Beach seawall at West Hawk is barricaded and closed. Please pay attention to signage and do not cross barricades or flagging tape. The travel lane has been moved away from the wall and is narrow in spots, please travel slowly and pay attention to onsite signage. Cottages in the Crescent […]

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May 20, 2022

Manitoba Hydro again Warns of Increased Water Flows on the Winnipeg River

Manitoba Hydro again warns residents and resource users along the Winnipeg River from Pointe du Bois to Sagkeeng First Nation of increased water flows due to the rapid melt of the winter snowpack combined with recent record spring rains in Northwest Ontario and Southern Manitoba. As a result, the Lake of the Woods Control Board […]

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May 20, 2022 , ,

Rennie River/ Heart Lake north of Betula is now closed to all Traffic

Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure has changed the road closure on PR307 at the Rennie River/ Heart Lake location north Betula to “Road Closed” as of this morning. The water measures 16” deep in spots. Anyone attempting to cross is at their own risk. Crossing this area should only be attempted: during daylight hours, in a […]

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May 19, 2022 , ,

WHITESHELL WATER UPDATE: MAY 19

Manitoba Parks has shared the following update today. Water continues to rise along the lakes that make up the Winnipeg River system. Nutimik, Dorothy, Margaret, Eleanor, and Sylvia Lakes as well as the river near the Pointe du Bois subdivision continue to rise as water moves from Lake of the Woods through the Winnipeg River […]

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May 18, 2022 , ,

WHITESHELL WATER UPDATE: MAY 18

Manitoba Parks has shared the following update today. Water levels remain high throughout Whiteshell Provincial Park. Caddy, Falcon, West Hawk, Brereton, and Star Lakes are reporting a slight decrease in levels today compared to yesterday. Jessica Lake remained level, while White Lake and Betula Lake reported a small increase. Water continues to rise along the […]

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Earlier this week we posted a video by Tara Suderman of an Ice disc which has taken off a bit- reaching 14,000 people so far & still climbing.. Here's a post from 2017 on Ice discs (By Scott Sime - near Otter Falls if Memory serves me right) ... See MoreSee Less
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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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