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Hydro Developing Workplan at Slave Falls

Posted on: September 30, 2020  |   ,

Manitoba Hydro reports that they are now developing a workplan based on their assessment of the concrete structures at Slave Falls and feedback collected from local residents, Indigenous communities, and waterway users.

They are currently not expecting the work to involve a drop in water levels in the Winnipeg River between Slave Falls and Pointe du Bois Generating Stations this fall or winter.

Click the link below for more information from Hydro.

Slave Falls Update

This relates to surveys and information previously shared on the WCA Website  September 1 and August 20.

Click the links below to review the older postings:

September 1

August 20.

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