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September 20, 2018   |  Whiteshell News

Trails Manitoba is recruiting volunteers

Trails Manitoba has asked WCA to help spread the message that they are actively recruiting volunteers to spearhead a trail group in the North Whiteshell.  The Trail traverses the Alf Hole Goose Sanctuary near the town of Rennie, Manitoba, via Brereton Lake, Jessica Lake, Inverness Falls, Rice Lake, Cabin Lake, Red Rock Lake, White Lake,…

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September 19, 2018   |  Whiteshell News

Amphibex at Falcon Lake

Amphibex engaged in dredging the Falcon Lake boathouse channel at Block 23 on the South Shore on September 16th.   

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August 24, 2018   |  Whiteshell News

Photos from Falcon Lake Show and Shine and Benefit Concert

The August 18th Falcon Lake Show and Shine and Benefit for the St. Amant Centre was held from 10am to 2pm and featured classic vehicles owned by Whiteshell cottage owners and merchants  

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August 3, 2018   |  Whiteshell News

Province Reopens Mantario Trail from the Big Whiteshell Trail Head to Mantario Lake

The Manitoba government has reopened the Mantario Trail from the Big Whiteshell Trail Head to Mantario Lake.The section of trail was closed on July 2 following an incident that involved a hiker being injured by a black bear.  To date, attempts to capture the bear have not been successful and this bear may still be…

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July 9, 2018   |  Whiteshell News

Penniac Bay Community Input- Hiking / Biking Trail

The South Whiteshell Trail Association (SWTA) together with Trails Manitoba are in the final stage of planning to build a non motorized walking/biking trail at the west end of Penniac Bay on West Hawk Lake. Click the link for more information. Penniac Bay community mailer 6jul18

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July 4, 2018   |  Whiteshell News

Bear Attack on Mantario Trail

A rare, unprovoked attack by a black bear that closed part of the Mantario Trail in Whiteshell Provincial Park has a Winnipeg couple and the provincial government urging hikers to be “bear aware.”

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