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May 13, 2022 , ,

WHITESHELL WATER UPDATE: MAY 13

Manitoba Parks has shared the following update today. Water levels remain high throughout Whiteshell Provincial Park. Water levels are expected to continue to rise on the on lakes throughout the park and particularly the Winnipeg River.  The Winnipeg River is expected to rise approximately two feet in the next seven days as water moves from […]

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May 12, 2022 , ,

WHITESHELL WATER UPDATE: MAY 12

Manitoba Parks has shared the following update today. Water levels remain high throughout Whiteshell Provincial Park. Water levels are expected to continue to rise on the on lakes throughout the park and the Winnipeg River. Cottagers in this area should be aware that due to the natural restriction of water flow along the river system water may […]

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May 11, 2022 , ,

WHITESHELL WATER UPDATE: MAY 11

Manitoba Parks has provided the following update today. Water levels remain high throughout Whiteshell Provincial Park including Falcon, Caddy, West Hawk, Brereton, Jessica, Big Whiteshell, White, and Betula Lakes. Many lake levels are still rising due to the recent rainfall. Water levels are expected to continue to rise on the Winnipeg River. Cottagers in this area should […]

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May 10, 2022 ,

WCA Environment Committee Report – May 9th

Click the link below to view the latest report from the Environment Committee Environment Committee Report – May 9th

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May 10, 2022 , ,

WHITESHELL WATER UPDATE: MAY 10

Manitoba Parks has provided the following update today. Water levels remain high throughout Whiteshell Provincial Park including Falcon, Caddy, West Hawk, Brereton, Jessica, Big Whiteshell, White, and Betula Lakes. Many lake levels are still rising due to the recent rainfall. Water levels are also expected to continue to rise on the Winnipeg River. Cottagers  in this […]

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May 10, 2022 , ,

PR 312 near Caddy Lake is now Closed

Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure has now closed PR312 near Caddy Lake. Manitoba 511 has been updated. If cottagers have any questions, concerns or urgent matters please contact Manitoba Parks at 204-340-6769. People should be reminded to report an emergency please contact 911 if located in the South Whiteshell.

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May 9, 2022

FLOODING UPDATE FROM MANITOBA TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRACTURE

Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure provided the following update today At this time there is a forecast of 25 – 30 mm of rain for the Park this week which will add to the already high levels. North Whiteshell Jessica, White and Betula Lakes are quite high and rising. There is overland flooding around the Reed […]

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May 9, 2022 ,

WHITESHELL WATER UPDATE: MAY 9

Manitoba Parks has provided the following update today. Water levels remain high throughout Whiteshell Provincial Park. Some lakes are starting to have water levels stabilize in the south Whiteshell, however most are continuing to rise particularly in the north Whiteshell. Water levels remain higher than normal at Falcon, Caddy, West Hawk, Brereton, Jessica, Big Whiteshell, […]

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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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