Thursday, September 19, 2019

Tag: Manitoba

Manitoba Commits To Building Road To Shoal Lake

Families living on the Shoal Lake 40 First Nation are another step closer to gaining all-season road access, Aboriginal and Northern Affairs Minister Eric...

Water Featured Prominently in Manitoba Throne Speech

This week, Manitoba's NDP government delivered a pre-election throne speech from the government outlining its forward-looking plans for investments to meet the needs of...

Manitoba Doubles Budget to Fight Zebra Mussels

The Manitoba government announced this week that it will double its investment in inspections, enforcement, and public education to help limit the spread of...

Review of Lake Winnipeg Hydroelectric Operations Sets New Requirements

This week the Manitoba Clean Environment Commission (CEC) released a report on the review of the regulation for hydropower development on the Nelson River...

Manitoba Unveils Massive Comprehensive Strategy for Surface Water Management

In an effort to protect the province’s water resources, Manitoba announced its first comprehensive Surface Water Management Strategy along with multi-year surface water management...

Manitoba Announces New Peatlands Policy

The Province of Manitoba released a new Peatlands Stewardship Strategy on April 30, including Canada’s first stand-alone legislation on the subject. The legislation will...

Keeyask Generation Project Report Released

Manitoba’s Conservation and Water Stewardship Minister Gord Mackintosh released the Clean Environment Commission’s (CEC) report on the Keeyask Generation Project on May 7. It...

Manitoba Takes Action Against Zebra Mussels in Lake Winnipeg

Manitoba has announced actions to protect Lake Winnipeg from invasive zebra mussels, which have been found in harbours at Gimli, Willow Point, Boundary Creek...

Manitoba Unveils Comprehensive Environmental Strategy

Manitoba continues moving forward on environmental protection with an aggressive strategy of more than 100 initiatives across government that will bolster the Province’s economy...

A Resilient Province

For years, Manitoba has battled water. Cultivating life on a flood plain has meant makeshift dams and dikes, and eventually multi-million infrastructure projects such...

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