With ice beginning to form on the city’s waterways, the Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service and Winnipeg police are reminding residents to be cautious around bodies of water.
As temperatures continue to drop, ice will soon cover rivers, streams, creeks, ponds, and ditches, creating extremely dangerous conditions.
The WFPS has received 86 calls related to water and ice safety as of October 31.
More information on ice safety is available below or by calling the WFPS public education branch at (204) 986-2096.
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