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  • MWF looking to hire part time Receptionist/Administrator for busy Fall season!
    September 17, 2014

    Term Position Available – Receptionist

    The Manitoba Wildlife Federation is looking for the services of a friendly and energetic Receptionist/Administrator to work in our Winnipeg office during our busy Fall season. This is a two month, part-time term position starting Sept.29. This position will require 24 hours per week, with flexible scheduling a possibility. Compensation will be $14/hour. In addition to reception, the position will involve other clerical tasks like data entry work. Basic computer skills are required and an outgoing personality is an asset. You will be dealing with the public and our members constantly. The Manitoba Wildlife Federation promotes and defends outdoor lifestyles so an appreciation for angling and hunting is an asset.

    Please email your confidential CV to Rebecca Tremeer at or call us at 204-633-5967 for more information.

    September 4, 2014

    August 29, 2014
    Population Needs Time To Rebuild

    Effective immediately, moose hunting is closed to all hunters in the area north of Porcupine Mountain in the Red Deer Lake area of Game Hunting Area (GHA) 12. A ban continues to be in place for all licensed hunting in this area, which was put in place last year. Moose hunting is now also closed to licensed hunters in GHA 19A, east of Duck Mountain.  The moose population in GHA 12 has been declining and the ban is necessary to help the population recover. The animals will be closely monitored and hunting restrictions may be lifted if the population grows to an acceptable level. Read More…

  • CSBC & MWF Team Up To Keep Manitoba Anglers Safe on the Water
    August 28, 2014

    July 2, 2014 — Toronto, ON, — July 5th – 13th marks National Fishing Week in Canada. The Canadian Safe Boating Council (CSBC) and the Manitoba Wildlife Federation (MWF) want to remind anglers that wearing your lifejacket is even more important than wearing your ‘lucky fishing hat’. But they do share one trait. They both have to be worn to be effective! Read More…

  • Zebra mussels still posing a threat, fight against them rages on
    August 12, 2014

    Rob Olson comments Ashley Prest article (They eat all the food, never leave) on concern over zebra mussels in Manitoba

    ZEBRA mussels — the pesky, striped mollusks that have invaded Lake Winnipeg — are like uninvited party guests.

    You don’t know they’re there until they wreck something, they eat all the food and they never want to leave. Read More…

  • Update!
    June 12, 2014

    Local Media Covers the Tragic and Preventable Night Hunting Accident

    Winnipeg Free Press – Hunter gets 13 months for killing pal
    Winnipeg Sun – Jail for night hunter who mistook friend for moose – MWF wants ban on hunting after dark in Manitoba
    CJSB104.5 – Night Hunting Ban Sought