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Choose your Adventure: Bike Tours of Victoria Beach

Grab your bike and get ready to roll! Sheila Grover and Greg Thomas are offering themed bike tours of Victoira Beach to raise funds for LWF. The cost is $15 per person and you can either pay your tour guides on the day of your ride or you can make a donation directly to LWF.

Cost: $15 per person
Starting time: 10 a.m.
Starting point: Village Green Bandstand, Victoria Beach
Approximate length: 2 hours

To respect physical distancing recommendations, bike tours are limited to 15 people. Choose among three topics:

Building the Beach July...

A vintage bicycle sitting on a gravel road at Victoria Beach, Manitoba

Choose your Adventure: Bike Tours of Victoria Beach

Grab your bike and get ready to roll! Sheila Grover and Greg Thomas are offering themed bike tours of Victoira Beach to raise funds for LWF. The cost is $15 per person and you can either pay your tour guides on the day of your ride or you can make a donation directly to LWF.

Cost: $15 per person
Starting time: 10 a.m.
Starting point: Village Green Bandstand, Victoria Beach
Approximate length: 2 hours

To respect physical distancing recommendations, bike tours are limited to 15 people. Choose among three topics:

Building the Beach July...

A photo of a sunset over Chalet Beach

Join us online for our 2020 Annual General Meeting!

In order to comply with public health recommendations during the COVID-19 pandemic, we are hosting our AGM as a live, virtual event.

Date: Wednesday, June 3, 2020
Time: 7 p.m. CDT
Venue: Zoom webinar; please register for the LWF AGM in advance.

LWF’s 2019 annual report, which includes audited financial statements, is available for your review.

To renew your LWF membership in advance of the AGM, please visit CanadaHelps to make a secure donation. All donations of $50 or more include a one-year membership and strengthen our collective efforts...

A close-up photo of gentle waves on water.

Happy World Water Day! 

Every year since 1993, March 22 has been the United Nations observance focusing on freshwater — World Water Day. On March 22, we encourage you acknowledge the importance of clean, fresh water – and consider what actions you can take to protect it. 

Cancellation notice:

This event has been cancelled. We are sorry for any inconvenience.

Join us for a town hall discussion at Kildonan United Church. This event is free and everyone is welcome to attend.

Date: Saturday, March 14, 2020
Time: 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Location: 187 Kilbride Avenue

Topics: North End Sewage Treatment Plant, the state of Lake Winnipeg and the impact on First Nations and surrounding communities.

Presenters:

  • Terry Duguid – MP, South Winnipeg
  • Alexis Kanu – Executive dierctor, Lake Winnipeg Foundation
  • Daniel Gladu Kanu – Director, Lake Winnipeg Indigenous Collective

 

A close-up photograph of cattails in Netley-Libau Marsh

Did you know wetlands remove nutrients from runoff and help protect downstream waterways?

Since 1997, Feb. 2 has been observed as World Wetlands Day. Throughout the world, people are encouraged to raise awareness about the importance of wetlands and take action in their own communities to protect these special areas.

Take part in the conversation on social media with #WorldWetlandsDay

A lake shoreline and the words Coalition to Save Lake Winnipeg

Join the Coalition to Save Lake Winnipeg (CSLW) to learn more about the challenges Lake Winnipeg is facing – and what you can do to help!

CSLW is a collaboration of communities, individual citizens, cottage associations, representatives from rural municipalities and other stakeholders in the south basin of Lake Winnipeg. This afternoon information session will feature presentations from LWF’s executive director, Alexis Kanu, as well as representatives from the Lake Winnipeg Project, Ducks Unlimited Canada and the provincial government’s program concerned with zebra mussels. Presentations will...

Canadians head to the polls on Oct. 21. Together with our partners at the Lake Winnipeg Indigenous Collective, we are reminding federal leaders that restoring and protecting the health of Lake Winnipeg will require us all to work together.

We’ve outlined three freshwater commitments for Canada’s next government – you can learn more here.

Graphic stating Lake Winnipeg must be on the provincial election agenda

Manitobans head to the polls on Sept. 10 – and we are encouraging lake-lovers to speak up for the health of Lake Winnipeg.

Contact your provincial candidates and ask them what they will do to protect Lake Winnipeg. Learn more here.

Let's ensure Lake Winnipeg is on the agenda!

Cycling for Solutions V promotional image

Cycling for Solutions returns for its fifth year in support of citizen science!

On Aug. 30, a group of amateur cyclists will once again embark on an ambitious, three-day, 500 km self-supported road trip from Winnipeg, Man. to IISD Experimental Lakes Area (IISD-ELA) - a world-class freshwater research facility in northwestern Ontario. Continuing what has become an annual tradition, riders are paying their own expenses while accepting financial pledges for their efforts. All funds raised will be donated to LWF to support the Lake Winnipeg Community-Based Monitoring Network (LWCBMN).

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