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July 29, 2022

MANITOBA GOVERNMENT CONTINUES TO MAKE ACCESSIBILITY IMPROVEMENTS IN PROVINCIAL PARKS

Manitoba News Release July 29 Mobility Mats Being Added at Several Beaches  The Manitoba government continues to make investments and improvements to enhance the visitor experience in provincial parks by increasing the number of mobility mats at several popular park beaches, Environment, Climate and Parks Minister Jeff Wharton and Families Minister Rochelle Squires, minister responsible […]

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July 6, 2022 , , ,

WHITESHELL WATER UPDATE: JULY 6

Manitoba Parks has provided the following update today Whiteshell Provincial Park: July 6, 2022 The state of local emergency remains in place due to high water levels throughout the park and expires July 18. Manitoba Parks is continuously evaluating the situation and will rescind the order if it is no longer required. PR307  in the […]

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July 6, 2022

Manitoba Parks Laborer Job Postings

Environment, Climate and Parks, Eastern Region, is seeking qualified individuals to fill Labourer positions located in the South Whiteshell District. An eligibility list may be created for similar positions in the South Whiteshell and will remain in effect for up to 12 months. Click the links below to see the position description and application form […]

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June 29, 2022 , , ,

WHITESHELL WATER UPDATE: JUNE 29

Manitoba Parks has provided the following update today Whiteshell Provincial Park: June 29, 2022 The state of local emergency remains in place due to high water levels throughout the park and expires July 18. Manitoba Parks is continuously evaluating the situation and will rescind the order if it is no longer required. The removal of […]

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June 24, 2022 , , ,

WHITESHELL WATER UPDATE: JUNE 24

Whiteshell Provincial Park: June 24, 2022 The state of local emergency remains in place due to high water levels throughout the park and expires July 18. Manitoba Parks is continuously evaluating the situation and will rescind the order if it is no longer required. A 6km section of PR307 from south of the Nutimik Lake Transfer […]

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June 20, 2022 ,

Park Employment Opportunity – Park Attendant

Environment, Climate and Parks, Eastern Region, is seeking qualified individuals to fill Park Attendant 2 (KA2) positions. These positions are located in North Whiteshell Provincial Park. An eligibility list will be created for similar positions for the 2022 season and will remain in effect for 12 months to fill vacancies in Whiteshell Provincial Park. Click […]

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June 13, 2022

CP Train Derailment Near Ontario Border

On June 11, a CP train derailed approximately 3 km’s east of Caddy Lake. Manitoba Wildfire Service responded to a small wildfire resulting from the derailment.  Clean up has begun from the train derailment that occurred. Thanks to Paul Wanke for the photos

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June 8, 2022

Manitoba Parks Laborer Job Postings

Environment, Climate and Parks, Eastern Region, is seeking qualified individuals to fill a Labourer/Operator 2 position located at the South Whiteshell Transfer Station. An eligibility list may be created for similar positions in the South Whiteshell and will remain in effect for up to 12 months. Click the links below to see the position description […]

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Whiteshell Snowmobile clubLooking for a Fulfilling Opportunity?WE WANT YOU! We all know that snowmobile trails don’t just happen. It takes resources and many volunteer hours to maintain 13,000 kilometers of snowmobile trails in the areas of signing, grooming, equipment maintenance, shelter upkeep, etc. Why volunteer? People volunteer for many different reasons. For some, it’s to help others and give back to the community and club. For others, it is to build self-confidence, gain personal growth and learn new skills. We know it’s important to get outside during winter and enjoy all that Manitoba has to offer. Giving your time lends you a sense of well-being and connectedness to others and certainly fights boredom. It allows you to share your talents, abilities, and experiences while at the same time learning new skills from others. And don’t forget volunteers can have fun and enjoy themselves by making new friends. To volunteer please contact Snoman at info@snoman.mb.ca or your local club today! ... See MoreSee Less
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