- Typo in BBQ announcement
- Reminder: Next Saturday: It’s the annual Delta Beach BBQ!!!
- Updated Guest list for AGM
- Reminder: AGM is tomorrow at 10am, Summary of Reading Materials, and COViD procedures
- Diversion has been opened
- Reminder: DBA AGM is next Sunday
- Reminder: Giveaway weekend ends tonight…
- Reminder: Giveaway weekend starts this morning!
- Reminder: Giveaway weekend starts tomorrow
- Reminder: This weekend is “Giveaway weekend”
scott greenlay on 1st Annual “Give Away… Paulette Connery on 1st Annual “Give Away… Duke Andrich on Province will be cleaning Dive… Aleda Sloane on Spring Nature Newsletter Sandy Brooks on Delta Beach Marina Fundin…
Monthly Archives: July 2013
Manitoba Water Stewardship reported that E. Coli levels at Delta Beach exceeded acceptable levels during the later half of July, but have now returned to normal levels. What is the possible impact of high E. Coli? The most common illnesses … Continue reading →
Originally posted on Association of Lake Manitoba Stakeholders:
Albert Einstein once said the definition of insanity was doing “The same thing over and over again and expecting different results. ” yet that is exactly where Manitobans find themselves today as…
As we know, there has been an unusual amount of dead fish in the Lake. I made an inquiry on this situation, and received the following this morning: ============================================== Hello Scott, I am taking the opportunity to reply to your … Continue reading →
Photo by Scott Greenlay.
More good news on the rebuilding of Delta to recover from the 2011 Flood. Today CJOB News reported that one of the buildings currently located at the former University of Manitoba Research station(located west of the Diversion outlet) is being … Continue reading →
Lake Manitoba Water Levels and Flow update. (Information provided from Manitoba.ca website and provide by WSD) Lake Manitoba level: Friday July 12, 2013. 813.25 FT ASL Out flows Fairford River 11,400 CFS In Flows Waterhen River 11,000 CFS Whitemud River … Continue reading →
Today, ALMS wrote to the Premier asking for immediate closing of the Portage Diversion. Lake levels are already a full foot above the Lake operating range, and ALMS has raised a number of concerns, including a repeat of the events … Continue reading →