Manitoba Wildlands Protected Areas Audit November 2004
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November 2004 Manitoba WildlandsManitoba Protected Areas Audit, Spring 1999 to Fall 2004 - Summary StatisticsPercentage (%) Area of ManitobaTotal Protected Areas (All Designations Types) as of 1989: 350,000 Ha 0.5%(includes Riding Mountain National Park) 3, 4, 6Total Protected Areas (All Designations Types) as of Spring 1999: 5,241,500 Ha 8.1%(includes Wapusk National Park) 1, 2, 3, 4Total Protected Areas (All Designations Types) as of June 2000: 5,579,883 Ha 8.6%(End of the Endangered Spaces Campaign - WWF Canada) 1, 2, 3, 4, 6New Protected Provincial Parks since September 1999:354 Ha ~(Criddle/Vane Homestead Provincial Park, Pembina Valley Provincial Park, Rivers Provincial Park, Trappist Monastery Heritage Park) [4] 4, 5New Protected Park Reserves since September 1999:263,202 Ha 0.4%(Birch Island Park Reserve, Fisher Bay Park Reserve, Goose Island Park Reserve, Grand Island Park Reserve, Hudwin Park Reserve, Kinwow Bay Park Reserve, Pelican Islands Park Reserve, Pemmican Island Park Reserve, Sturgeon Bay Park 4, 5Reserve, Walter Cook Uplands Caves Park Reserve) [10]New Protected Wildlife Management Areas Protected since September 1999: 60,284 Ha 0.1%[10 Whole, 14 Partial] 4, 5New Protected Ecological Reserves since September 1999: 15 Ha ~(Little George Island ...

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November 2004 Manitoba Protected Areas Audit, S
Total Protected Areas (All Designations Types) as of 1989: (includes Riding Mountain National Park) 350,000 Ha 3, 4, 6 Total Protected Areas (All Designations Types) as of Spring 1999: (includes Wapusk National Park) 5,241,500 H 1 a , 2, 3, 4 Total Protected Areas (All Designations Typ -e  s W ) W a F s   C o a f n  a J d u a n ) e 2000: 5,579,883 1  , H 2 a , 3, 4, 6 (End of the Endangered Spaces Campaign New Protected Provincial Parks since September 1999: (Criddle/Vane Homestead Provincial Park, Pembina Valley Provincial Park, Rivers Provincial Park, Trappist Monastery 354 Ha Herita 4, 5 New Protected Park Reserves since September 1999: (Birch Island Park Reserve, Fisher Bay Park Reserve, Goose Island Park Reserve, Grand Island Park Reserve, Hudwin Park 263,202 Ha Reserve, Kinwow Bay Park Reserve, Pelican Islands Park Reserve, Pemmican Island Park Reserve, Sturgeon Bay Park Reserve, Walter Cook Uplands Caves Park Reserve) [10] 4, 5 New Protected Wildlife Mana[1ge0 mWehnot leA,r e1a4s  PParrottiaelc]ted since September 1999:                               6  0  , 2 84 Ha 4, 5 New Protect (L e it d t  l E e c G o e l o o r g g i e c I a s l l  a R nd e  s E e c r ol v o e g s ic  a s l i  n R c es e e  r S v e e) p  t [ e 1] mber 1999: 15 Ha 4, 5 New Forest Act Protected Lands since September 1999: (Bell and Steeprock Canyons Protected Area) [1] 11,310  Ha 4, 5 New Protected Private Lan Gr d a s s  s s  i P n ra c i e ri  e S P e r p e t se e r m ve b & e  r N 1 at 9 ur 9 e 9  : C  o   n  s  e   r  v  a   n  c  y     C  a   n  a   d  a  )    [  1   ]                                 (Tall 4,118 Ha 4, 5 TOTAL - New Protected Areas since September 1999: 339,283 Ha 4, 5 Renewed Protected Park Reserves since September 1999: 1,059,955 Ha (Amisk Park Reserve, East Paint Lake Park Reserve, Poplar River Park Reserve, Chitek Lake) [4] 4, 5  Expired Protection since Septem e b s) e  r [  2 1 ] 999:                                                      - 2  6  0  , 7  0  0   H  a        4  , 5 (Hudwin, Long Point Park Reserv Total Manitoba Protected Areas as of November 2004: 5,320,083 Ha 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
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Percentage (%) Area of Manitoba 0.5% 8.1% 8.6% ~ 0.4% 0.1% ~ ~ ~ 0.5% 1.6% -0.4% 8.2%
Sources: 1) Statistics Canada indicates that a protected area is an area that is "closed by 2) Federal Provincial Parks Council legal means to logging, mining, hydroelectric development, 3) WWF Canada or any other activity that significantly and adversely affects 4) Manitoba Conservation habitat." In spring 2003, the Action Plan for Manitoba's 5) Manitoba Wildlands Network of Protected Areas was extended until December 6) National Round Table on the Environment and 31, 2003. The MB government continues to confirm its the Economy protected areas committments and standards. Total Area of Manitoba = 65 million Ha Statistics as of: November
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November 2004 Manitoba Protected Areas Audit 2004 Chart Legend: Blue shaded column indicates if the area has had regulatory action since September 1999 YES - Protected; NO - Not Protected Yellow shaded boxes indicate the area is a new protected area since September 1999 Pink shaded boxes indicate if the area has had protection renewed since September 1999 Pur but is not Red shaded boxes indicate areas which do not have their crown mineral rights withdrawn ASI# Area of Special Interest Number used for mapping by the Protected Areas Initiative for consultations & tech-review Date of Regulation When designation or regulation became law Designation Period Interim protection dates Protection YES/NO "In Manitoba, as a minimum, a 'protected' area must be closed by legal means to logging; mining; hydroelectric development, or any other activity that significantly and adversely affects the environment." (An Action Plan for Manitoba's Network of Protected Areas) *Heritage Rivers are not protected from development. Regulation is under the Act designating the land and Mines Act for withdrawal of crown mineral rights. Designation Type Park Reserve Interim protection under Parks Act (Wilderness, Natural Park) Provincial Park Permanent protection & designation under Parks Act Ecological Reserve Permanent protection & designation under Ecological Reserves Act Wildlife Management Area (WMA) Designated under Wildlife Act, regulation added for those WMAs or WMA units protected from development. Lands under Forest Act Designated under Forest Act Private Lands Designated through agreements, crown mineral rights withdrawn L.U.C. (Land Use Categories) Parks Act *=Protected from development Wilderness* To protect representative or unique natural landscapes in an undisturbed state and provide recreational opportunities that depend on a pristine environment Backcountry* To protect examples of natural landscapes and provide basic facilities and trails for nature-oriented recreation in a largely undisturbed environment Resource Management To permit commercial resource development or extraction in a manner that does not compromise the main purpose of the park classification Access To provide a point or route of access in a provincial park for a road, transmission corridor, etc. Recreational Development To accommodate recreational development Heritage*? To protect a unique or representative site containing a resource or resources of cultural or heritage value (depends on site)
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Act Ecological Reserves Forestry (using same language as under Wildlife Act) Mines (for withdrawal of crown mineral rights) Parks Wildlife Protection Type Interim Permanent Action Since September 1999 Natural Regions Natural regions of Manitoba - Conservation Manitoba Size (Hectares) Protected Other (area within designation NOT protected) Crown Mineral Rights Withdrawn Prospecting, other dispositions not available under Mines Act Mining Rank One Ranked and Ratified for protected status in Mining Sector Protected Area Consultation FN Nomination Nominated for protection by a First Nation Community, under the First Nation Protected Areas MOU Includes Water May be rivers, lakes, or coastal areas included, LUC is usually Recreational Development where water is not protected. May also be within Parks Act LUC for protected status.
- An Action Plan for Network of Protected Areas 1994 1996 1998 2000 - "A System Plan for Manitoba's Provincial Parks" - Ecological Reserves Act, regulation - Manitoba Budget Papers 2002 - Manitoba Conservation - Parks Branch Data as of August 2002 - Manitoba Gazette  - Mining Sector Protected Areas Consultation ASI Ranking Summary Chart - Provincial Parks Act, regulation - Wildlife Act, regulation - WWF Canada ESC report 2000 - Maniotba Consolidated Regulations - Manitoba Geological Survey Map Gallery - Manitoba Forest Act Regulations - Manitoba Lands Inventory
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Manitoba Protected Areas Audit, Spring 1999 to Fall 2004 Parks/Park Reserves ALPHA ASI Protected as Size own Mining Comments Date of Designation of November Designation Protection Action since Natural d Other MineCrral Rights Rank FN (Representation)          Name # Re Period 2004 T L.U.C. Act Re T Sept.'99 Re Protecte Withdrawn One Nom. (Water) (21-Dec-94) Amisk Provincial Park 10-Feb-95 -YES Provincial Park Wilderness Parks 17/95 Permanent - 4A 198,000 -YES NO NO Old Parks Act February 28, 1997 Amisk Park Reserve 28-Feb-97 to August 28, 1997 YES Park Reserve Wilderness Parks 35/97 Interim - 4A 198,000 -YES NO NO S 35/97 1e9p9t7e mtob eSre 1pt2e, mber amended by Amisk Park Reserve 12-Sep-97 12, 2002 YES Park Reserve Wilderness Parks 177/97 Interim - 4A 198,000 -YES NO NO DESIGNATION NOT Waiting for renewal / Amisk Park Reserve -RENEWED NO -(Wilderness) --- NO 4A -198,000 YES NO NO First Nation consent 66/99 Amisk Park Reserve 02-May-03 June 1, 2003 - May amended by YES NO NO 31, 2008 YES Park Reserve Wilderness Parks 87/2003 Interim YES 4A 198,000 -Birch Island Park 66/99 R May 1, 2000 to amended by nterim YES 5B & 5A 79,000 -YES YES NO eserve 28-Apr-00 October 31, 2000 YES Park Reserve Backcountry Parks 49/2000 I Birch Island Park 66/99   R 3-Nov-00 October 31, 2000 -ks a1m4e8n/d2e0d0 b0y Interim YES 5B & 5A 79,000 -YES YES NO eserve October 31, 2005 YES Park Reserve Backcountry Par Caribou River (21-Dec-94) Provincial Park 10-Feb-95 -YES Provincial Park Wilderness Parks 17/95 Permanent - 1B 764,000 -YES NO NO Old Parks Act Caribou River Park Februa 997 Reserve 28-Feb-97 to Augruys t2 82,8 ,1 1997 YES Park Reserve Wilderness Parks 35/97 Interim - 1B 764,000 -YES NO NO Sayisi Dene consent. Caribou River Park September 12, 35/97 wThaiss  sptraurkc kr eosuetr voen  reMgul a1tion 002 1997 to Se mber Reserve 12-Sep-97 12, 2002 pte YES Park Reserve Wilderness Parks am1e7n7d/e9d7 by Interim - 1B 764,000 -YES NO NO bRye gPualrakt iRoen s7e3r/v2es0 0D2e.asyign0a,t i2on 37/97 Caribou River amended by Provincial Park 10-May-02 -YES Provincial Park Wilderness Parks 72/2002 Permanent YES 1B 764,000 -YES NO NO Chitek Lake Park April 1, 1999 to Backcountry, Reserve 26-Mar-99 October 1, 1999 YES Park Reserve Access Parks 66/99 Interim - 5B & 5A 99,600 700 YES YES YES Chitek Lake Park 66/99 Rese October 1, 1999 to BacAkcccoeusnstry, Parks am1e6n4d/e9d9 by Interim YES 5B & 5A 99,600 700 YESYESYESFNiorsmt inNaattiioonn rve 6-Dec-99 October 1, 2004 YES Park Reserve Chitek Lake Park October 1, 2004 - kcountry, am6e6n/d9ed9  by ember 30 Bac Reserve 30-Sep-04 2S0ep0t9, Yes Park Reserve Access Parks 182/2004 Interim YES 5B & 5A 99, 600 700 YES YES YES
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Manitoba Protected Areas Audit, Spring 1999 to Fall 2004 Parks/Park Reserves ALPHA Protected as Size Comments ASI Date of Designation of November Designation Protection Action since Natural MineCrralowni hts Mining FN (Representation)         Name # Re Period 2004 T L.U.C. Act Re T Sept.'99 Re Protected Other Withd rRawgnROannek Nom. (Water) Criddl / Vane Mineral rights not withdrawn. e This park reserve regulation 66/99 was struck out on February 24,  2004 by Park Reserves HRomestead Park March 1, 2003 to amended by Designation Regulation eserve  18-Feb-03 August 31, 2003 NO Park Reserve Heritage Parks 40/2003 Interim YES 12 - 132 NO YES NO 32/2004. Criddle / Vane Homestead Provincial 66/99 amended by Park 24-Feb-04 -YES Provincial Park Heritage Parks 33/2004 - YES 12 132 -YES YES NO Duff Roblin Park 66/99 June 1, 1999 to Recreational amended by Reserve 14-May-99 December 1, 1999 NO Park Reserve Development Parks 90/99 - - 6 - 19.24 NO NO NO Duff Roblin Park 66/99 December 1, 1999 Recreational amended by Reserve 17-Jan-00 to December1, 2004 NO Park Reserve Development Parks 8/2000 - NO 6 - 19.24 NO NO NO East Paint Lake Park 1997 Reserve 28-Feb-97 tFoe bAruugaruys t2 28,8, 1997 YES Park Reserve Backcountry Parks 35/97 Interim - 4B 13,985 -YES NO NO East Paint Lake Park September 12, 35/97  1997 to September amended by Reserve 12-Sep-97 12, 2002 YES Park Reserve Backcountry Parks 177/97 Interim - 4B 13,985 -YES NO NO 66/99  REeast Paint Lake Park 2S0ep0t2e mtob eSre 1pt1e,mber amended by serve 12-Sep-02 10, 2007 YES Park Reserve Backcountry Parks 152/2002 Interim YES 4B 13,985 -YES NO NO 2nd 5-year Reg. Fisher Bay Park May 1, 2000 to BRaecckrceoautinotnrayl,  ame6n6d/e9d9  by Reserve 28-Apr-00 October 31, 2000 YES Park Reserve Development Parks 49/2000 Interim YES 5B & 5A 28,200 61,000 YES YES YES Fisher Bay Park BRaeccrkecaotuiontnrayl , ame6n6d/e9d9  by First Nation October 31, 2000 -Reserve 3-Nov-00 October 31, 2005 YES Park Reserve Development Parks 148/2000 Interim YES 5B & 5A 28,200 61,000 YES YES YES Nomination Goose Island Park 66/99 Reser June 1, 2001 to2 001 YES Park Reserve Backcountry Parks am7e5n/d2e0d0 1by Interim YES 5A 145 -YES YES NO ve 18-May-01 November 30, Goose Island Park D2e0c0e1mtob eDr e1c5e, mber ame6n6d/e9d9  by Reserve 7-Dec-01 14, 2006 YES Park Reserve Backcountry Parks 183/2001 Interim YES 5A 145 -YES YES NO Grand Island Park 66/99 1 001 to Reserve 18-May-01 NJuonvee m,b e2r 30, 2001 YES Park Reserve Backcountry Parks am7e5n/d20ed0 1by Interim YES 5A 915 -YES NO YES Grand Island Park December 15, 66/99 2001to December amended by First Nation Reserve 7-Dec-01 14, 2006 YES Park Reserve Backcountry Parks 183/2001 Interim YES 5A 915 -YES NO YES Nomination Hudwin Lake Park 66/99 First Nation Reserve 140 28-Apr-00 MOacyt o1b,e r2 0301,0  2to0 00 YES Park Reserve BacAkccoceusnstry, Parks am4e9n/d2e0d0 b0y Interim YES 4B 128,700 -YES YES NO Nomination Hudwin Lake Park FMiirnsitn gN aRtiaonnk c 1o,n cern, DESIGNATION NOT (Backcountry, Reserve 140 -RENEWED NO ASI Access) --- NO 4B - 128,700 YES YES NO Forestry Rank 1
November 2004
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Manitoba Protected Areas Audit, Spring 1999 to Fall 2004 Parks/Park Reserves ALPHA Protected as Size Comments Crown Mining Name A#SI ReDate of DesPiegrinoadtion of November Designation ActReProTtection AcStieopnt.'si9n9ce RNeatural ed Other Mineral Rights Rank FN (Representation)         2004 T L.U.C. Protect Withdrawn One Nom. (Water) 66/99 Kinwow Bay Park June 1, 2001 to amended by Reserve 69 18-May-01 November 30, 2001 YES Park Reserve Backcountry Parks 75/2001 Interim YES 5A 8,400 -YES YES YES December 15, 66/99 First Nation Kinwow Bay Park 2001to December amended by Reserve 69 7-Dec-01 14, 2006 YES Park Reserve Backcountry Parks 183/2001 Interim YES 5A 8,400 -YES YES YES Nomination Long Point Park April 15, 1999 to BacAkcccoeusns,t ry, ame6n6d/e9d9 by Recreational  Reserve 81 16-Apr-99 October 15, 1999 YES Park Reserve Development Parks 71/99 Interim YES 5A 132,000 -NO YES NO (Backcountry, No First Nation Long Point Park DESIGNATION NOT Access, consent, Not in 1999 Recreational Reserve 81 -RENEWED NO ASI Development) --- NO 5A - 132,000 NO YES NO Grade Man agan River 199 Parki gRoetserve 28-Feb-97 Fteo bAruuagruys t2 82,8, 1979 7 NO Park Reserve DReevcreeloaptimoneanlt Parks 35/97 - - 4C 0 2,875 NO NO NO Old Parks Act 35/97 Manigotagan River S1e9p9t7e mtob eSre 1pt2e, mber Recreational amended by Park Reserve 12-Sep-97 12, 2002 NO Park Reserve Development Parks 177/97 - - 4C 0 2,875 NO NO NO Manigotagan River S2e0p0t2e mtob eSre 1pt1e, mber 66/99 Recreational amended by Park Reserve 12-Sep-02 10, 2007 NO Park Reserve Development Parks 152/2002 - NO 4C 0 2,875 NO NO NO 2nd 5-year Reg. Pelican Islands Park 66/99 June 1, 2001 to amended by Reserve 18-May-01 November 30, 2001 YES Park Reserve Backcountry Parks 75/2001 Interim YES 5A 130 -YES NO NO Pelica n Islands Park December 15, ame6n6d/e9d9  by 2001to December Reserve 7-Dec-01 14, 2006 YES Park Reserve Backcountry Parks 183/2001 Interim YES 5A 130 -YES NO NO Pembina Valley Backcountry, Recreational Provincial Park 1-Oct-01 -YES Provincial Park Development Parks 151/2001 Permanent YES 11 171 7 YES NO NO Pemmican Island Park am6e6n/d9ed9  by June 1, 2001 to Reserve 18-May-01 November 30, 2001 YES Park Reserve Backcountry Parks 75/2001 Interim YES 5A 22 -YES YES NO 66/99 Pemmican Island Park 2D0ec0e1mtob eDre c1e5,m ber amended by Reserve 7-Dec-01 14, 2006 YES Park Reserve Backcountry Parks 183/2001 Interim YES 5A 22 -YES YES NO