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ATV Association of Manitoba Recent News


Warning to ATV Enthusiasts
Posted on: Friday June 12, 2015 - 8:58 am CDT

All ATV enthusiasts are warned that the RCMP believe that at least one individual is intentionally placing sharpened pieces of metal in the ground in the area south of Marchand with the intention of causing harm to off-road riders. If you have any information regarding this, please contact the Sprague RCMP at 204-437-2222 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

 

http://www.thecarillon.com/local/Concealed-traps-targeting-off-road-users-RCMP-307050051.html#st_refDomain=www.facebook.com&st_refQuery=/


  

Upcoming ATV Safety Courses
Posted on: Tuesday June 9, 2015 - 2:12 pm CDT

Our partner Safety Services Manitoba will be offering two hands-on ATV training courses, one on July 18th and the other on October 6th. All enthusiasts are strongly encouraged to attend one of these courses if you have not done so already! Check here for more information:

 

https://www.mbsafety.org/StudentRegistration/Public/Course/atv


  

ATV Safety Week - June 6-14
Posted on: Wednesday May 13, 2015 - 4:15 pm CDT

The All Terrain Quad Council of Canada (AQCC) of which ATVMB is a member is pleased to announce that ATV Safety Week this year is from June 6 to 14! Visit the official website to learn more: http://www.canadianatvsafety.ca


  

Backcountry Travel, Burning Permit Restrictions Lifted
Posted on: Thursday May 7, 2015 - 7:50 pm CDT

http://news.gov.mb.ca/news/index.html?item=34795

 

Fire Bulletin #3

 

May 7, 2015

 

Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship advises that weather conditions have improved to the point that backcountry travel and burning permit restrictions have now been lifted in southeast, central and western Manitoba.

 

Some municipalities may continue to have burning restrictions in place.  Be sure to check with local municipalities regarding any local restrictions.

 

Manitobans should always:

 

  • get a burning permit where required before doing any burning,
  • respect any burning bans put in place by their municipality or community,
  • be careful with any off-road travel by all-terrain vehicles or other motorized vehicles and stay on developed trails, and
  • report any forest or grass fires immediately.

 

Reporting of wildfires can be done by contacting local emergency services at 911, or by contacting the forest fire tip line at 1-800-782-0076 (toll-free).  More information on fire prevention and the latest list of municipalities with burn bans is available at www.gov.mb.ca/wildfire/. 


  

Travel Restrictions Reinstated
Posted on: Saturday May 2, 2015 - 9:52 am CDT

Please be advised that the province is once again implementing travel restriction in southeast Manitoba.  This restriction will now be expanded to include areas north of Highway #1 to the Winnipeg River as well as the area in and around Spruce Woods Provincial Forest. 

 

There are strong winds forecasted for tomorrow that is increasing the fire danger levels. Hopefully we will get the rain forecasted next week.


  

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