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Notice to Community Members Regarding Provincial Parks, Camping & Cottages

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Under the new public health orders, outdoor gatherings with people from different households are prohibited.

The Manitoba government is reminding residents heading to campsites that they are not allowed visitors unless they are from your immediate household. The province noted that rules for campsites are the same as for private residences, and outdoor gatherings with anyone not from your household are not allowed.

Campers must wear face masks inside buildings, which includes washrooms, offices and visitor centres. The province asks campers to bring their own hand sanitizer, and to ensure they pack up everything they brought to the campground, including trash and recycling.

If possible, campers are also asked to buy and print their park vehicle permits online ahead of time, and to have their campsite reservation confirmations.

The province noted that washrooms and shower facilities at provincial parks will be cleaned frequently.

Anyone heading to a provincial park, campground or cottage must continue to following social distancing protocols and stick to the safety fundamentals for COVID-19. The province said this is especially important in public areas such as campgrounds, trails, beaches, playgrounds, washrooms and shower buildings.

Those heading to their cottage are reminded to limit the number of contacts they encounter during their trips by gathering supplies and fueling up near home, and avoiding any extra stops along the way to their cottage.

Conservation officers will be enforcing public health orders at provincial parks, and park patrols, attendants, interpreters and beach safety services will provide education and monitor compliance.

Any community member(s) leaving the community to go camping or cottage must register with the Fisher River General and Travel Hotline before leaving – 431.256.0041

We thank you for your cooperation.

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Fisher River Cree Nation is a community in which our history, language, traditions, and culture are paramount to who we are as a people. We will protect and maintain the spirit and intent of the treaties and our inherent rights. Fisher River will be a self-sustaining progressive community with a strong and accountable government. We will provide an environment where all people are healthy, safe, and respected.