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CONSTRUCTION IN RIDING MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK

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Starting the week of August 17, 2015 to approximately October 23, 2015,
Parks Canada is undertaking road and drainage improvements on Highway 10
which traverses Riding Mountain National Park from the south to north
gates. Work involves a complete reconstruction of the road base and new
pavement from KM 12.5 near Spruces Picnic area north to KM 18.

To help you plan your travel through the park, please expect the following:
Single lane alternating traffic, speed reductions to 50 km/hr, traffic
control personnel, 20 minute delays. Be prepared to stop.

Construction working hours from 07:00 to 19:00 hrs 7 days per week.

No work on designated long weekends or on September 12 & 13.

To plan ahead before you travel, please visit www.manitoba511.ca

The safety of workers and motorists is Parks Canada’s top priority. Please
respect traffic control personnel and reduced speed zones to help keep
everyone safe.

For more information, please contact:
Chantal Skraba
Public Relations & Communications Officer
Riding Mountain National Park
204-848-7247
or visit http://www.pc.gc.ca/pn-np/mb/riding/visit/infra-prog.aspx

Rae Kingdon
Public Relations & Communications Officer | Agente, Relations publiques et
communications
Riding Mountain National Park of Canada | Parc national du Canada du
Mont-Riding
Parks Canada l Parcs Canada
P.O. Box 299/C.P. 299
Onanole, MB R0J 1N0

rae.kingdon@pc.gc.ca
Telephone I Téléphone 204-848-7248
Facsimilie I Télécopieur 204-848-2596
www.parkscanada.g.c.ca I www.parcscanada.gc.ca
Government of Canada I Gouvernement du Canada

Conserve, Restore and Connect with Nature l Conserver, restaurer et se
rapprocher de la nature

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PLACEMENT OF HYDRO POLES IN CAMPGROUND

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Manitoba Hydro has been given the authority from Parks Canada to put hydro poles as they see fit on Parks land. They will insure that there are no poles placed on leased lots and they have assured Parks Canada that they will place poles as to reduce the amount of tree cutting. Parks Canada will not negotiate with cabin owners and the authority will lie with Manitoba Hydro.