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Parks and Natural Areas

Public Consultations

Public Consultation plays an important role in establishing and managing Manitoba's provincial parks and heritage rivers.

Information on current public consultation activities initiated by Parks and Natural Areas is listed on the table below

For projects involving formal environmental assessments and licensing, please refer to the Public Registry on the Environment Assessment and Licensing Branch website.
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Park name

Description

Comment period

Information

St Malo/ Parc St Malo

Public drop-in on Draft Management Plan 10:00 am to 4:00 pm July 21st at St Malo park

Comment sheet
English / Francais
Comments to be submitted at the drop-in or on-line until August 30

Draft Management Plan/
Project de plan de gestion

Marchand
Moose Lake
Pinawa
Pinawa Dam
Poplar Bay
South Atikaki
Wallace Lake
Whitemouth Falls
Woodridge

Public consultations on development of park management plans

Comment sheet
English

Comments to be submitted online  until August 30

Draft management plans

Marchand
Moose Lake
Pinawa
Pinawa Dam
Poplar Bay
South Atikaki
Wallace Lake
Whitemouth Falls
Woodridge

Birds Hill
Provincial Park
Management Plan


Public Drop-in
on Draft Management Plan

 

Closed

 


Draft Management Plan


2011 Summary of public comments

2010 Newsletter

 

St. Malo
Provincial Park Facility Study

 

Public Consultation on current park facilities and future deveopments Closed

Public Consultation
and Facilities Study
Update

Little Limestone Lake Provincial Park Public Consultation on the development of a Management Plan Closed

2009 Newsletter

2010 Newsletter

2011 Newsletter

2011 Designation

Duck Mountain Provincial Park ATV Trails Working Group Environmental License Application
comment period
closed

Newsletter Update

Report on
ATV Trail Use: Rocommendations and Actions