Reminder: Survey Closing May 18
We encourage any individual who has not yet shared their feedback with the Project Team to complete an online survey.
Information collected through this survey as well as through our phone, email or open house events will be incorporated into the route finalization and environmental assessment processes.
The Project email address and information line will remain available to any interested individual who would like information or would like to share feedback regarding the Project.
Project information remains available on Manitoba Hydro's website
Project information remains available on Manitoba Hydro's website above.
The Manitoba Trappers Association (MTA) was established in 1972 to serve the trappers of Manitoba. Lac du Bonnet has been the location of the head office since 1992. Responsibilities are divided into 11 geographical zones throughout the province, each represented by a Zone Director. Directors are elected on a two year term by the trappers and Local Fur Councils within the Zone. Alternate Directors are appointed by our Board to assist with representation of the trappers. (Zone Directors List)
"MTA is the means by which all Manitoba trappers can have a united voice in dealing with current issues and opportunities within the fur industry."
- Manitoba Trappers Association
- To improve communication with, and encourage activities within all local fur councils;
- To encourage and ensure sustainable and humane furbearer management;
- To improve fur marketing opportunities for all Manitoba trappers;;
- To work with government, industry, and other provincial associations for better fur harvests and markets;
- To encourage development of adequate credit systems, encourage research, multiple resource use, provide educational/training opportunities for trappers, and establish professional standards throughout the industry; and
- To establish and maintain better communication links with the public, other stakeholders, and resource users, creating increased support for trapping and trappers.