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May 18, 2022 ,

Expected Closure of PR 307 between Betula Lake and Nutimik Lake

Manitoba Parks has issued a notification of the expected closure of PR 307 between Betula Lake and Nutimik Lake, which is expected due to floodwater in the area. The reason for this alert is to inform cottagers of anticipated overland flooding isolating people for an extended period of time. It would be prudent for residents […]

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May 18, 2022

Water Management at West Hawk and Caddy

Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure has provided the following response to explain the facts and limitations of managing the levels in West Hawk and Caddy during the unprecedented weather we have all experienced. SENT ON BEHALF OF FISAHA UNDUCHE. Good afternoon: Thank you for your email expressing your concerns regarding the high water level on West […]

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May 17, 2022 , ,

WHITESHELL WATER UPDATE: MAY 17

Manitoba Parks has shared the following update today. Water levels remain high throughout Whiteshell Provincial Park. Caddy, Falcon and Star Lakes are reporting a slight decrease in levels today compared to yesterday. Other lakes throughout the park are reporting a slight increase or remaining level. Nutimik, Dorothy, Margaret, Eleanor, and Sylvia Lakes as well as […]

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May 17, 2022 , ,

Significant Precipitation Forecast for Southern and Central Manitoba, Including the Parkland Region, Starting Today

The Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure (MTI) Hydrologic Forecast Centre is monitoring another significant precipitation system that is expected to bring 20 to 50 millimetres (mm) of rain to much of southern and central Manitoba over three days, starting today. Some localized areas could receive higher amounts of precipitation with some weather models calling for as […]

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May 16, 2022 , ,

WHITESHELL WATER UPDATE: MAY 16

Manitoba Parks has shared the following update today: Water levels remain high throughout Whiteshell Provincial Park. Caddy, Falcon and Star Lakes are reporting a slight decrease in levels today comparted to yesterday. Other lakes throughout the park are reporting a slight increase or remaining level from the weekend with the exception of lake along the […]

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May 16, 2022

Flooding photos from the weekend

Cottagers and Facebook Friends shared these photos over the weekend.  Thanks to Doug, Kerry, Harold,  Glen, Dave,  Susan & Steve

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May 16, 2022 ,

WCA ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE REPORT – Update

The following report was provided from the WCA Environment Committee – Effective May 15.  This is an addendum to the May 9 report at  https://whiteshellcottagers.com/whiteshell_news/wca-environment-committee-report-may-9th/ On the following lakes the levels have changed from those reported on May 9th: Falcon has dropped from the peak on May 13th of 1067.90 to 1067.85 Star has dropped […]

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May 14, 2022 , ,

WHITESHELL WATER UPDATE: MAY 14

Manitoba Parks has shared the following update today. Water levels remain high throughout Whiteshell Provincial Park. Falcon, Star, Caddy and Brereton Lakes are reporting a small decrease in water levels this morning, while other lakes to continue to rise.  The Winnipeg River is expected to see the largest increase with an estimated additional two feet […]

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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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