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Culvert Installation Closing Portion of Highway 19 in Riding Mountain

Culvert Installation Closing Portion of Highway 19 in Riding Mountain

Riding Mountain National Park
The East Gate entering Riding Mountain National Park. (TRAVEL MANITOBA / FILE)

Rehabilitation work in Riding Mountain National Park will result in temporary closures beginning Wednesday.

Highway 19 from Lake Katherine to Rolling River Road will be closed for culvert installations, then Rolling River Road to the East Gate will be closed while crews complete the latter portion.

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Paving Work Resuming Through Riding Mountain National Park

Paving Work Resuming Through Riding Mountain National Park

Riding Mountain National Park
The original gate entering Riding Mountain National Park. (TRAVEL MANITOBA)

Paving work continues beginning today on a section of Highway 10 through Riding Mountain National Park.

Parks Canada says phase four of the highway rehabilitation project will resume through August 31. Work is scheduled to occur between km 40 and km 60.

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Potential Zebra Mussels Close Lake in Riding Mountain National Park

Potential Zebra Mussels Close Lake in Riding Mountain National Park

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Diesel and Handler Heather McCubbin inspect a boat for invasive species in this undated handout image. (THE CANADIAN PRESS)

The discovery of potential invasive zebra mussels has closed Whirlpool Lake and the campground area in Riding Mountain National Park until further notice.

Parks Canada says water samples taken this summer and fall tested positive for potential environmental DNA (eDNA) evidence of zebra mussels.

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Connected with Nature in Riding Mountain National Park

Connected with Nature in Riding Mountain National Park

Clear Lake
The shores of Clear Lake on the main beach in Riding Mountain National Park. (CHRISD.CA FILE)
Clear Lake
Sharing scenes like this, from the marina in Clear Lake, has never been easier with TELUS. (CHRISD.CA FILE)

WINNIPEG, Man. — There’s something special about Riding Mountain National Park in the fall. Everything from the fallen leaves and light chill in the air, to the peacefulness of the Wasagaming townsite as businesses and cottages close up for the season.

A trip down Highway 10 to Clear Lake is often met with bouts of spotty cell phone reception in anticipation of sharing such lake-side moments with friends and family.

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