LWF is currently seeking exceptional candidates interested in joining our team as our full-time Donor & IT Administrator!
This unique opportunity will be ideal for a detail-oriented problem-solver who wants to use their skills to make the world a better place. This position requires complete comfort and proficiency with computers and information technology systems. If you are analytical and process-focused, love to test out new ideas to find the best solution, and are keen to work alongside a highly dedicated team to protect Lake Winnipeg, we want to learn all about you!
Looking for a career that will grow along with you? LWF is currently seeking exceptional candidates interested being in our full-time Program Coordinator!
This unique opportunity will be ideal for a relationship-builder with a passion for freshwater stewardship and grassroots initiatives. This position will require the ability to engage enthusiastically with volunteers, community members and watershed partners. If you are a team player with a science background, and keen to work alongside citizens and communities to protect our shared waters, we want to learn all about you.
In the lead-up to Winnipeg’s Oct. 26 election, we are urging all candidates to commit to achieving phosphorus compliance at the city’s North End Water Pollution Control Centre (NEWPCC). We expect Winnipeg’s next mayor and council to fulfill the city’s responsibility to Lake Winnipeg.
Together with the Lake Winnipeg Indigenous Collective (LWIC), we reached out directly to all mayoral candidates with an offer to discuss evidence, impacts and solutions to achieve phosphorus compliance at NEWPCC. Since early August, we’ve met with eight mayoral candidates: Chris Clacio, Scott Gillingham, Kevin...
On Aug. 16, three levels of government announced a total of $552 million in funding for the Phase 2 Biosolids Facilities Project at Winnipeg’s North End Water Pollution Control Centre (NEWPCC).
The new biosolids facility at the north end sewage treatment plant is the city’s No. 1 infrastructure priority according to the 2020 Infrastructure Plan – replacing end-of-life infrastructure and enabling continued population growth.
Earlier this summer, after years of advocacy from LWF members, city officials updated the design for the biosolids facility, increasing digester capacity in order to...
Looking for a career that will grow along with you? LWF is currently seeking exceptional candidates interested being in our full-time Field and Data Technician!
This unique opportunity will be ideal for someone comfortable with data management and analysis, a strong interest in new water-monitoring technology, and the ability to adapt to challenges in the field and respond effectively to the variability of environmental data collection.
This position will appeal to a detail-oriented, highly organized and motivated young professional who is looking for the opportunity to use their scientific...
Photo collage: Algae on Lake Winnipeg as seen by LWF supporters (clockwise from top left): Victoria Beach, 2017: Jeope Wolfe; Spruce Sands Beach, 2021: Rosalie Lazar; Matlock, 2017: Wendy Buelow; Victoria Beach 2017: Corrine Flaws
On July 21, city council passed two important motions that put us on the path towards accelerated phosphorus compliance at Winnipeg’s largest sewage treatment plant.
Improved interim solution gets approval
Winnipeg’s city council approved funding for an updated plan for interim phosphorus removal at the North End Water Pollution Control Centre (NEWPCC). This plan improves on the city’s initial design in order to maximize phosphorus removal while reducing the amount of sludge produced as a by-product.
LWF strongly supports this plan since it will lead to tangible, measurable phosphorus...
Bike to the Beach is an annual fundraising group bike ride from Winnipeg to Lake Winnipeg’s Victoria Beach in support of LWF.
Do I need to pre-register to participate in the ride?
You will be considered registered once you’ve (1) set up your personal fundraising page on the CanadaHelps Bike to the Beach 2022 online campaign page and (2) signed all required waivers. *Please note, we are continuing to limit the number of participating riders. All participants must first be approved by organizers.*
Is there a fee to register?
All riders are to raise (or personally...
Online fundraising tech update: CanadaHelps is currently experiencing intermittent technical difficulties which are affecting the Bike to the Beach online campaign page. If you are interested in donating to Bike to the Beach and are unable to access the page, please instead use the primary Lake Winnipeg Foundation donation page, using the “Write a private message to us” comment field to let us know your donation is in support of Bike to the Beach. If you’d like to donate to a specific 2022 rider, please include their name, as well. We apologies for any inconvenience this external situation...