Lundar, Manitoba

(204) 762-5850


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Burnt Lake Project

Selkirk - Interlake MP, James Bezan was in Lundar on July 15, 2014 to announce a $ 19.000 contribution via the federal government for a fish ladder project initiated by the West Interlake Watershed Conservation District (WIWCD). The fish ladder will be installed as part of the Burnt Lake Drain within the RM of Coldwell.

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Burnt Lake


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Lundar, Manitoba
(204) 762-5850

The Landscape

The landscape is flat to gently undulating, dotted with different size water bodies or ‘potholes’. Tributaries, creeks and channels flow west through these numerous wetlands and sloughs on their way to Lake Manitoba. Agriculture, hay and ranch lands are the dominant land use in the WIWD with many landowners having livestock operations.

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