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Province Advises Temporary Fishing Closure for Dauphin Lake Ending

May 6, 2016 Manitoba Sustainable Development advises that temporary conservation measures on Dauphin Lake and its tributaries put in place April 26 will be lifted as of midnight tonight. The temporary conservation measures were implemented to protect walleye during this critical part of their lifecycle and ensure continued recovery efforts in Dauphin Lake. Based on […]

by ahnationtalk on May 9, 2016108 Views

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Province Advises Temporary Fishing Restrictions Implemented Immediately to Protect Spawning Walleye in Lake Dauphin

April 26, 2016 Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship advises that temporary conservation measures have been put in place to protect walleye populations in Lake Dauphin and its tributaries this spring during the walleye spawning period. The walleye population in Lake Dauphin has been recovering with the continued support of Indigenous peoples, recreational anglers and commercial […]

by pmnationtalk on April 26, 2016150 Views

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World PI Week: 7 days to raise awareness on Primary Immunodeficiency (PI)

From 22-29 April 2016, the global Primary Immunodeficiency community – including patients, nurses physicians, scientists, family carers and industry — organizes awareness raising activities around the world to celebrate the “World Primary Immunodeficiency Week”. Started in 2010, the World PI Week aims to raise awareness of these devastating conditions and to ensure that primary immunodeficiency […]

by ahnationtalk on April 22, 2016199 Views

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Province Advises Outflows Increased From Shellmouth Reservoir to Make Room for Forecasted Runoff

April 21, 2016 The Hydrologic Forecast Centre of Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation advises that based on latest inflow forecasts, outflows from the Shellmouth Reservoir will be increased down the Assiniboine River to better manage reservoir water levels. Outflow from the dam will be increased tomorrow from the present flow of approximately 1,900 cubic feet per […]

by pmnationtalk on April 22, 2016174 Views

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NAN Must be fully Engaged in Ontario’s Approach to Climate Change

THUNDER BAY, ON (April 7, 2016): Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) and NAN First Nations must be fully engaged any approach to address climate change that affects NAN territory, explained Deputy Grand Chief Derek Fox in a presentation on Bill 172 to the Standing Committee on General Government at Queen’s Park yesterday. “The boreal forest in […]

by ahnationtalk on April 7, 2016218 Views

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Falcon and Shoal Lake residents hold info session near proposed Energy East pipeline path

March 17, 2016 Winnipeg – Falcon Beach, Iskatewizaagegan (Shoal Lake 39) and Shoal Lake 40 residents met near the proposed path of the controversial Energy East pipeline with the Council of Canadians and Manitoba Energy Justice Coalition at Falcon Beach, Manitoba today (see photo). At the public meeting local residents voiced concerns over Energy East […]

by pmnationtalk on March 18, 2016262 Views

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Province Advises Spring Run-off has Started in Most Areas of Manitoba

Red River Peak Expected to Move from Emerson to Winnipeg in Next Five to Six Days March 17, 2016 The Hydrologic Forecast Centre at Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation advises that spring run-off due to snowmelt has started in most of the southern, southwest, southeast and Interlake regions. Above-freezing temperatures earlier this month in southern and […]

by pmnationtalk on March 18, 2016231 Views

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Trudeau – Obama joint statement reaffirms Canada & US conservation goals in line with Manitoba and United Nations. CPAWS asks provincial parties to weigh in.

March 10, 2016 CPAWS Manitoba applauds the re-affirmation by the Canadian and US federal governments that they intend to protect at least 17% of lands and 10% of marine areas by 2020. The goal was highlighted in a joint statement released today during Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s state visit to the White House. It recognized […]

by pmnationtalk on March 11, 2016181 Views

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Media Advisory: Town hall to highlight risks of Energy East for Winnipeg, Shoal Lake and beyond

March 9, 2016 WHAT: New evidence on the serious risks TransCanada’s controversial 1.1-million-barrel-per-day Energy East pipeline poses for the Red River Basin and beyond will be presented at a town hall meeting next week by keynote speakers Maude Barlow of the Council of Canadians and Daryl Redsky of Shoal Lake 40. WHERE: Fort Garry Hotel, 222 […]

by ahnationtalk on March 9, 2016126 Views

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Registration opens for the 2016 Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup

ACROSS CANADA, March 8, 2016 – Registration for this year’s Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup is now open, and to help mark the occasion, an animal that almost lost its life because of human litter was released back to the ocean. The seal pup was rescued on Dec. 16, 2015 on Vancouver Island, with nylon fishing net […]

by pmnationtalk on March 9, 2016183 Views

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