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New Burn and Travel Restrictions Effective May 10

Posted on: May 10, 2021  |  

Manitoba Parks has advised that due to the current and forecasted weather conditions, new Burn and Travel Restrictions have been implemented –effective immediately.

All burning permits are cancelled.

Campfires are permitted in approved fire pits between the hours of 8:00pm and 8:00am.

No motorized backcountry travel or remote cottage access without a travel permit.

Loading and launching of boats is restricted to developed shorelines only.

Camping is permitted in developed campgrounds only.

Fire restriction information has been updated on the following website:

Any questions or concerns please contact Manitoba Conservation and Climate at 204 345 1444

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