The road warriors of winter. That’s what many of our outfitters become when our lakes freeze over and the float planes are outfitted with skis for the season. Read More…
Please note our office will be closing for the Christmas holidays on Dec. 23, and reopening Jan. 3, 2017. Read More…
The MLOA would like to congratulate Karen and JoJo Cormier, of Pistol Lake Outfitters, for taking first prize in our MLOA Manitoba Outdoors photo contest. Read More…
The finalists of our 2016 member photo contest have now been announced. Read More…
WIN A FREE BOOTH AT THE MANITOBA OUTDOORS SHOW – CONTEST DETAILS
Send us your best photo showcasing Manitoba’s Outdoors. (Please note this contest is open to MLOA members only).
To enter, send up to 5 photos to firstname.lastname@example.org by Oct. 15. Read More…
Manitoba’s new Master Hunter program is now officially live and will begin taking submissions for recognition awards during this coming fall’s hunting seasons. Read More…
A proposed regulation published by Transport Canada on May 21 would mandate that the pilot and passengers aboard float planes wear uninflated flotation devices either around their shoulders and neck or on their belt, during nearly all aspects of a flight, including boarding, take-off, landing, and all portions of the flight that take place over water. Read More…
May is when many of our members put their long winters of office work and trade show circuits behind them and get back to where they’re most comfortable: out on the land and the water. Read More…
On April 5, 2016, the University of Winnipeg hosted a public forum on fisheries issues in Manitoba. Read More…
As the MLOA president I would like to make it abundantly clear that the MLOA supports the Manitoba Wildlife Federation’s anti-spotlighting campaign, which it outlined at a press conference on Feb. 16.
Operating in rural Manitoba, spotlighting is something that many of our members have unfortunately come across, and I’m sure many of them could tell you stories about personal brushes with spotlighters or the marks they’ve left on their local landscapes and wildlife populations. Read More…