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Manitoba Sustainable Development advises a voluntary evacuation of homes and cottages that have been isolated by road washouts are still in effect. A number of regional roads in West Hawk, Falcon Lake and the Whiteshell remain flooded or damaged:
Flooding and high water levels have impacted hiking trails and water routes. The following trails are closed:
Travel is also not advised along the South Whiteshell Trans-Canada Trail - until it's condition has been assessed.
High water levels are impacting boat houses and docks along shorelines in the South Whiteshell. Water may have impacted two cottages on Caddy Lake, and efforts have been made to reach the owners.
Officials are waiting for the water to recede in many areas before repairs can begin. It is too early to provide cost estimates until the full extent of the damage is revealed by receding water. South Whiteshell residents and cottage owners can call 1-204-349-2201 for updated local information.