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Manitoba Hydro Seeking Public & Indigenous Input on Impacts of Future work at Slave Lake

Posted on: July 19, 2020  |   ,

This summer, local residents, Indigenous resource users and recreational waterway users will be asked to provide feedback on the potential impacts of planned work at the 90-year-old Slave Falls Generating Station on the Winnipeg River and a reroute of the existing portage around the dam.

For more information, Slave Falls – Engagement Letter (Dale Hutchison).

Additional information, can be found below:

Slave_Falls_Portage_Route_Information_Sheet_2020

Slave_Falls_Water_Levels_Information_Sheet_2020.

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