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Dark Sky Over Beautiful Clear Lake

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Picture sent in by Janelle Whitley taken June 23, 2018 at 5th street dock around 4:00 p.m. Looked like a big storm coming up but it passed over so we had nice weather for Moonlight Madness. Janelle’s doggie doesn’t look too frightened!!!


WATERCOLOUR SHOW & SALE

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This Show and Sale is brought to you by a member of our Clear Lake Cabin Association.

Just click on “Watercolor Show” below:

WATERCOLOR SHOW & SALE
Saturday July 30 – Sunday July 31
12 to 5 pm

Myra Clarke
31 – 4th Street North
Old Campground

WATERCOLOR SHOW


A GLIMPSE OF THE PAST

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WHO REMEMBERS THIS?
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CLEAR LAKE CAMPGROUND BUILDING GUIDELINES

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Below please find the latest Building Guidelines for the Clear Lake Campground Area. Please click on the link to open them.

Signed Guidelines 2015-08-10


BLACK BEAR SAFETY

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July 30, 2015

PROVINCE REMINDS MANITOBANS TO TAKE STEPS
TO REDUCE CONFLICTS WITH BLACK BEARS

Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship reminds Manitobans that black bears are currently increasing their food intake to prepare for hibernation later this fall. As autumn approaches, black bears may travel through populated areas in search of ripening fruit and acorns. Residents and visitors to bear country can reduce the risk of an encounter by removing all food attractants.

People are encouraged to:
• remove all ripened or fallen fruit in the morning and before dusk;
• remove all birdfeeders until November when bears have entered their dens;
• store garbage in a sealed, bear-resistant container or secure building until just prior to pickup;
• feed pets and store their food indoors;
• clean barbeques thoroughly after every use, including the grease trap; and
• compost food items indoors.

Bears are wild animals and must be respected. When in bear country:
• always assume bears are in the vicinity, even if no recent sightings or problems have been reported;
• never approach or feed a bear;
• carry bear spray and know how to use it;
• keep dogs on a leash and do not let them run toward a bear; and
• be aware of your surroundings, make noise, travel in groups and do not use earphones to listen to music when outdoors.

For more information about how to reduce conflicts with black bears and what to do during a bear encounter, visit www.manitoba.ca/blackbear.


PAVING IN WASAGAMING AREA

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“Maple Leaf paving will be in Wasagaming from Sunday, June 28/15 to Thursday, July 2/15 In addition to a few repairs in the CLCG they will be paving a section of Tawapit east, the trail from Deep Bay to golf course and repairs to Boat Cove Rd. The Park apologizes in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.”