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Information Guide to the Lakeland & Surrounding Area

WHAT’S INSIDE Emma & Christopher Lake Association 2018 ECLA Lakerʼs News pg. 36-55

Community Directory

For all your local contacts pg. 4-5

Coming Events

Lots to do in the Lakeland Area pg.13-14

Win $100!

Check inside for contest details pg.14



COMMUNITY BEAUTY, HEALTH & FITNESS COMMUNITY MS Society (MS Bike Run Waskesiu) SERVICES & 1-(800)-268-7582 pg. 7 React & Respond First Aid ORGANIZATIONS (306) 961-5514 or (306) 982-4301 pg. 16 ReDefine Health & Fitness with Angie (306) 370-9649

pg. 19

Salon 263 Hair Artistry (306) 980-9263

pg. 9


Christopher Lake Housing Authority (306) 940-7654

pg. 46

Christopher Lake Public Library (306) 982-4763 pg. 23

pg. 35-45

Camp Kadesh (306) 982-4912

pg. 47

Camp Kinasao

Lakeland Citizens on Patrol (306) 765-5500 (R.C.M.P.)

pg. 31

Lakeland Snowmobile Club (306) 961-6772 pg. 54

Camp Okema @ Emma Lake  pg. 18 St. Christopher Anglican Church (306) 982-4878 pg. 18

Waskesiu Foundation (306) 280-5029

pg. 15

pg. 19

Waskesiu Heritage Museum pg. 34

St. Mary Parish (306) 982-2538 pg. 22 4  · 2019 LAKELAND CABIN STUFFER

District of Lakeland Environmental Advisory Committee pg. 21 Loraas Environmental (306) 763-6800

pg. 20

Mosquito.Buzz 1-(800)-865-BUZZ (2899)

pg. 50

North Sask. River Basin Council (306) 441-3119 pg. 22 PR Septic & City Water (306) 982-4544

pg. 55


Emma and Christopher Lake Association (306) 960-7108


Ambrose Grocery & Liquor (306) 982-4224

pg. 27

Christopher Lake Farmers Market (306) 960-7430 pg. 11 Ferns Food Convenience & Fuel (306) 982-2006 pg. 24 Papa G’s Pizza (306) 982-4444

pg. 9

The Market General Store Waskesiu (306) 663-5400 pg. 18 Yellow Fender Coffee House & Eatery (306) 982-4240 pg. 13


Custom Covers (306) 763-3076 Gardens by Design (306) 981-5961 Home Building Centre (306) 764-6000

pg. 8


District of Lakeland (Reeves Message) 

pg. 6

Nadine Wilson, MLA 1-(888)-763-0615 Novus Law Group (306) 922-4700


Anderson Community Centre (Beat the Heat Dine & Dance) (306) 960-1077 or (306) 740-9434 pg. 48 CPL Recreation (306) 981-3372

pg. 51 & 52

Discover Waskesiu (306) 930-9937

pg. 28-29

RETAIL P.A. Fastprint (306) 763-8897

pg. 11

Prairie Recreation (306) 940-4667 

pg. 3

Propaganda (306) 953-0020

pg. 25

Reflections Giftware & Home Décor (306) 981-2444 pg. 31 Sturdy Furniture Company (306) 940-4667 Vacationland News (306) 982-2363

pg. 9

Escape Prince Albert (306) 960-2139

pg. 46

pg. 47

Lakeland Lions (263 Draw) 

pg. 17


pg. 11

TreeOSix Adventure Parks (306) 663-1221

pg. 19

Asiil Enterprises Electrical Contractors (306) 764-7900

pg. 8

Waskesiu Golf Course (306) 663-5300

pg. 2

Danny Boys Plumbing (306) 982-2330

pg. 47

Her Choice Plumbing (306) 314-7400

pg. 12


RENOVATIONS pg. 8 & 30

Great Blue Heron Provincial Park 1-(855) 737-7275 pg. 25 pg. 26

REAL ESTATE Mason Real Estate Amber (306) 961-2519 Terry Mason (306) 961-2488

pg. 31

Rob Pellegrini, Coldwell Banker (306) 280-1602 pg. 49

pg. 14

Aaron Wignes, Century 21 (306) 381-3722

pg. 20

Silverback North (306) 220-7867

pg. 16

Windows Beautiful (306) 922-2710

Rothenburg Family Park (306) 982-4805

pg. 6

Patrick Krawec, Remax (306) 961-7752

pg. 46

Elk Ridge Resort 1-(800)-510-1824

Postech Screw Piles (306) 314-5677

Pat Lynch, Century 21 (306) 961-5516

Wigs Pumps & Waterworks (306) 652-4276

District of Lakeland (306) 982-2010

pg. 23

pg. 20

Blue Chip Developments (306) 381-3722

pg. 47

Carriere Renovations (306) 221-1272

Lehner Electric (306) 961-4644

pg. 12

pg. 17

Prime Mechanical (306) 961-9174

pg. 52


Saunders Electric (306) 763-6642

pg. 22

Ironwood Construction (306) 980-5828

Lakeland Excavating Services (306) 960-5200 or (306) 982-3128 pg. 53 pg. 11

pg. 56

pg. 32-33

McDowell Contracting (306) 960-1925 Pine Star Enterprises (306) 961-0707 or (306) 930-7908

pg. 9 pg. 30

Timber Electric (306) 281-9801

pg. 9

Check out the

Save the Date listing on pg. 13  ·  5

DISTRICT OF LAKELAND #521 Cheryl Bauer Hyde, Reeve

The 2019 Lakeland Cabin Stuffer provides not only a year-round reference guide to Lakeland and the surrounding area, but includes the Emma & Christopher Lakes Association (ECLA) annual newsletter. So elsewhere in this publication you will find a message from the District of Lakeland Council which includes our vision and mission, and an invitation to the District’s annual information meeting on July 6. We have a very diverse population in our area; long-time residents, newer residents, snowbirds, seasonal residents from across Canada and beyond, and visitors (first time and returning). Summer is an especially busy time, but there’s always something going on regardless of the season. So, whether you are here year-round or for a few days, weeks or months, welcome to the awesome communities in the natural environment of boreal forest, lakes and parkland that makes up Lakeland. You are encouraged to explore the many activities that are available through CPL Recreation, the Anderson Community Centre, the Christopher Lake and Paddockwood Libraries, cottage and homeowner associations, Great Blue Heron Provincial Park, and the Prince Albert National Park (Waskesiu). There are also numerous business and service organizations available – refer to the Cabin Stuffer and the regularly published Vacationland News, the business directory on the District of Lakeland website (and the facilities and business directories for the Villages of Christopher Lake and Paddockwood, and the RM of Paddockwood), roadway signage, and business cards/posters in many retail outlets. You may be surprised to see how many products, services and activities are available within the area. Your participation in these activities and buying your products and services locally means our organizations, service providers and businesses will continue to be available to all our residents and visitors.






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Sunday afternoons play 9 holes with cart for $50 and receive a $20 gift card for Walleyes.

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District of Lakeland No. 521 Phone: (306) 982-2010 Facsimile (306) 982-2589 Email:

Looking to keep up-to-date on the latest news in the District? Follow our Facebook page by searching “District of Lakeland”.

Cheryl Bauer-Hyde Karen Bosker Walter Plessl Doug Oftedal John Stauffer James Rudolph

Box 27 Christopher Lake, SK S0J 0N0

Reeve Division 1 – District rural, Bells, Doran, Spruce Pt, Clearsand Division 2 – Birch Bay, McPhail, Neis, Aspen Ridge Division 3 – Sunnyside, Sunset, Carwin, Ambrose, Emma Golf Division 4 – Guise, McIntosh Point, Murray Point, Okema Division 5 – Anglin Lake, McPhee, Elkridge

Visit to check our Holiday and Council meeting schedule at the bottom of our website, and sign up for our quarterly newsletter.

Do not feed Wildlife! Feeding wild animals alters their behaviors, attracts larger populations and predators, and is ultimately detrimental to our environment.

In case of Emergency, always call 911! You can call Lakeland District Protective Services (LDPS) anytime to report any suspicious activity or crime.

24-hour Line: 306-982-4466

Report an incident online anytime. Look for our badge on the front page of We cannot attend to suspicious activity reported to your Facebook page! Take care to lock your vehicles, secure your ATV or golf cart in a shed, and put away valuables like wallets, golf clubs, and tools. If you are away, we recommend you have a friend or reputable business check on your place. Always report suspicious activity! 10  ·· 2019 2019LAKELAND LAKELAND CABIN CABIN STUFFER STUFFER

The Emma Lake Transfer Station is in full operation, and the Landfill pits are being decommissioned. Due to weight limits on the bins, the transfer station cannot take demolition refuse.

Garbage pickup in the District is on Monday morning, if you are leaving before then, do not leave your garbage bin out. Please put your household waste in the brown bearproof bins.

The District’s Recycle and Household Waste Bin Locations:        

Municipal Compound on Ambrose Lane By Firehall at Anglin Lake Overflow Parking at Bell’s Beach Elk Ridge Resort LT’S (Intersection at Highway 2) Murray Point By Sunnyside Market in Sunnyside Sunset Bay

You may be charged to cleanup the mess created when a bin is tipped over by a bear. Please dispose of your waste responsibly. Planning a Build? Permits are required in all phases of development on your property including the construction or placement of storage sheds under 100 square feet. To avoid any delays in your project, send us an email at or contact the Development Officer at the District of Lakeland at 306-982-2039 for clarification and to answer any of your questions.


Lake Farmer’s Market Every Saturday May Long Weekend to September Long Weekend

8 am - Noon

at the Anderson Community Center Parking Lot.

Vendors Seasonal Fee $50.00 For Inquiries Please contact Sarah at 306 961-3650 or Lisa @ 306 960-7430





Custom Full Color Apparel & Embroiderv Hats · Toques · T-Shirts Sweaters · Bunny Hugs · Jackets & Much more


Wednesday meetings available (seasonal) Telephone (306) 922-4700 to arrange

In attendance: David L. Yost, LL.B. This location will focus on: •Real Estate and Mortgages •Business and Company Law •Wills and Estates

Branded Merchandise for any Business!


for a customized quote O: 306.763.8897 F: 306.922.6333 E: Located at 400 40th Street East Prince Albert, SK

rint Mugs · Coasters · Lanyards · Pencils & Pens · Aprons Magnets · Printed Bags · Water Bottles · Mouse Pads Wrist Bands · Golf Balls · Drink Coolies & Much More!  ·  11





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Residential Commercial & Farm Electrical Contractor • New Construction Commercial & Residential • Trenching • New Services, Hot Tubs, Additions, Fire Alarms & much more. Fully Licenced & Insured

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Save the Date

BE SURE TO CHECK INDIVIDUAL ADS FOR MORE EVENTS IN THE AREA! Fri. May 17th: Open house at the Lakeland & District Fire Department. Come have supper on us from 4 pm - 7 pm. Sat. June 1st: Tradeshow/Garage Sale at the Christopher Lake Legion # 159. $25.00 table 6 x 3. 10:00 am - 2 pm. Set up anytime after 8:00. Contact Marlene 306-980-6411 or Mikaela 306-930-9949 or email: June 4th - June 6th: Senior Men’s Lobstick at the Waskesiu Golf Course. Space is limited for the 2019 Lobsticks so please get your entry in before the events are filled up. For more info. go to Fri. July 5th: Emma Lake Golf Course 8th Annual “Help the Vic� Golf classic. 1 pm start - register early as this one sells out fast. Call (306) 982-2054 June 10th - 15th: Men’s Lobstick at the Waskesiu Golf Course. Space is limited for the 2019 Lobsticks so please get your entry in before the events are filled up. For more info. go to www. Sun. June 16th: Dad’s Golf and Ride for Free when accompanied by paying son or daughter. Emma Lake Golf Course. Be sure to phone in for your tee off time. (306) 982-2054.


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Sat. July 6th: Waskesiu Heritage Museum - Yard sale at the museum 9:00 am - 2:00 pm. Hot dogs and lemonade starting at 11:00. Donations and table rental contact Sat. July 13th: Waskesiu Foundation’s Sipping Social @ 5:30 pm, Waskesiu Community Hall. Features food stations, cash raffle, specialty drinks and relaxed atmosphere to catch up with friends & neighbours. Tickets $75 each with partial tax receipt available May 1 at or (306) 280-5029. Advance tickets only. Minors allowed. Sat. July 6th: Christopher Lake Legion 9 A.M. Co-operative Volunteer Fire Department Annual Meeting, contact Sherry Kuhling 306.982.3732; 10 A.M. Emma & Christopher Lake Association Annual Meeting, contact Craig Fisher 306.960.7108; Note: Agenda items for above mtgs. are needed 2 wks in advance. 11 A.M. District of Lakeland #521 Ratepayers Information Meeting, contact Tammy Knuttila 306.982.2010. Sat. July 20th: Annual beat the Heat fund raiser at the Lakeland & District Recreational Association. Band is Rewind. Tickets are $35.00 for supper and dance. Just dance $20.00. Purchase your tickets by July 15th. To reserve your tickets call Charlene @ 306 960-1077. Sat. July 27th: Three Island Paddle & Music Festival at the Heart Lakes, by the Waskesiu Marina. Museum volunteers cooking breakfast starting at 9:00 am and lunch starting at 11;00 am. Details at Sun. July 28th: Christopher Emma Lakeland Lions 37th Annual “263� Elimination Draw & Pancake Breakfast. 9:00 Family breakfast. 10 am - 12 noon Elimination Draw. At the Lion’s Park at spruce Point Christopher Lake. Continued on next page...

Eat In • Take Out • Sunny Deck 


(306) 982-4240 Christopher Lake, SK  ·  13

Sat. Aug. 3rd: Synchro de Mayo presented by the Prince Albert Pikes Synchronized Swimming Club at the Lakeland Curling Club/Anderson Community Centre. Come out and enjoy a great evening of traditional Mexican food, drink some delicious margarita’s and dance the night away to some awesome Latin music. Your ticket will enter you into a draw fro a travel voucher to your favourite travel destination. More information to come soon. Sat. August 10th: Waskesiu Foundation presents Family Treasure Hunt @ 10:30 am, Terrace Gardens, Waskesiu. Includes map to 5 treasure stops in Waskesiu, take home sand pail & treasures, activities, crafts, pirate ship and ends with lunch at Terrace Gardens. Tickets $20 for adult & child combo. Additional tickets $10 each. Available June 1 at or (306) 280-5029. Best suited for kids 12 & under. Sat. August 10th: Heritage Day at the Waskesiu Heritage Museum. Experience hands-on holidaying in a shack tent.

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towards any advertiser in the 2019 Lakeland Cabin Stuffer... All you have to do if find the

Aug. 12th - Aug 16th: Pepsi Junior Men’s Lobstick at the Waskesiu Golf Course. Space is limited for the 2019 Lobsticks so please get your entry in before the events are filled up. For more info. go to Aug. 19th - Aug 23rd: Ladies Lobstick at the Waskesiu Golf Course. Space is limited for the 2019 Lobsticks so please get your entry in before the events are filled up. For more info. go to Aug. 27th - Aug. 29th: Pro Am at the Waskesiu Golf Course. Space is limited for the 2019 Lobsticks so please get your entry in before the events are filled up. For more info. go to Sept. 7th & 8th: Emma Lake Golf Course 22nd Annual Ray Ethier Memorial Tournament. Call (306) 982-2054 Sat. Sept. 14th: Waskesiu, SK MS Society Bike Run. Register to volunteer or cycle at 1-800-268-7582 or Emma Lake Golf Course - Men’s Night Every Wednesday 5:30 shot gun start. Ladies Night Every Thursday 5:30 shot gun start. Everyone Welcome Every Saturday May Long Weekend to September Long Weekend Christopher Lake Farmer’s Market 8 am - Noon at the Anderson Community Center Parking Lot. Venders welcome. Seasonal Fee $50.00. Please contact Sarah at 306 961-3650 or Lisa @ 306 960-7430 for particulars. Wednesdays July 3rd to August 28th: Waskesiu Heritage Museum community Bingo at Terrace Gardens (Exception August 7th moves to Friday, August 9th). **New Times** Join us for a full evening of Bingo at 7:00 or come for the second half starting at 8:30 pm.

Looking to get the word out about your upcoming event or make a community announcement? You can do it for FREE with Vacationland News. Check out our ad on pg. 32 & 33 and contact us to place your information in the next issue! 14  · 2019 LAKELAND CABIN STUFFER

in the following pages. Once you find it, email the page number and the advertiser to


and the R.C.M.P.

The Citizens on Patrol Program (COPP) is a group of volunteers who continue to be dedicated to helping the R.C.M.P. keep Lakeland and area a safe community. Our volunteers patrol the area constantly, looking for signs of criminal activity and reporting to the R.C.M.P. We patrol during the day and night and because we are an anonymous group you never know when we are out there. This past year we had a number of incidents (theft and break-ins) that were not reported to the R.C.M.P. It is critical that all incidents are reported. Even if you feel nothing is being done, all the reports and information gathered may help toward a prosecution. The R.C.M.P. can then provide our program with information on where the "hot spots" are.

REMEMBER - It is important to report all theft or break-ins to the R.C.M.P. at 765-5500. Here are some tips to help you keep your property and equipment safe. If you are camping - lock up your toys, valuables and coolers – bears may not be the only ones skulking at a campsite!

Leaving for the day? Ask a neighbor to keep an eye on your property. Neighbors are the best “watch dogs”!

Is your boat and trailer, Quad or Sea-doo easily accessible from the road? Be sure the tongue is not facing the road and it is locked!

Theft or burglary is a crime of opportunity that usually happens to those of us who are least prepared. This summer don’t provide a thief with opportunity – protect your property and equipment! Be sure to lock all of your vehicles!! THE COPP has made a definite impact on theft and crime in the Lakeland area, but we are always looking for new people to patrol. Patrolling can be done any time you feel like doing so. There are no set timelines or quotas to fulfill. It is a very rewarding feeling to be part of keeping our community safe, and what better way to get out and get familiar with all the areas of the community we live in! Follow us on Facebook @Lakeland Citizens on Patrol Program and watch for more tips in our summer ads in the Vacationland News If you would like to become a member or make a donation to our program, please contact us for more information at P.O. Box 379, Christopher Lake S0J 0N0. TO ALL OUR VISITORS AND RESIDENTS PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY AND KEEP SAFE!

Keeping watch over our community!  ·  15

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...Enjoy Fellowship, Service & Fun as a member of the Christopher Emma Lakeland Lions ...a community men’s service club that meets the first and third Monday monthly April - December 7:00 pm at the Christopher Lake Legion Hall. Fund raising activities support local community programs and needs. For membership information, contact Lion Dean Swann (306) 930-9937

....Attend the 37th Annual “263” Elimination Draw & Pancake Breakfast Sunday July 28th, 2019 at the Lion’s Park(Spruce Point Christopher Lake) 9:00 am Family Breakfast 10 am - 12 noon Elimination Draw $1975 in cash prizes ($25, $50, $100, $150, $300, $1,000) Tickets $20.00 each, available from any Lions Member and some Local Merchants. The Lions thank everyone in the community who support this and any other fund raising activities.  ·  17

Parish Vision Statement - To Be a Community of Believers in Jesus Christ as our Lord and Saviour

WORSHIP SERVICES Sundays at 10:00 am. Special Worship Services as dictated by the Anglican Church Calendar.

We are a community church that worships in the Anglican tradition. Everyone is Welcome. DAILY VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL July 15th to 18th 9am to noon

ON-GOING COLLECTION of items for Food Bank and Women’s Shelter in Prince Albert

ANNUAL YARD SALE July 26th & 27th To donate items, call Tim at 306 960-9927

POT LUCK & MOVIE Every 3rd Friday of every month 6:00 pm

SUPPER & MUSIC NIGHT Aug. 23rd - Larry Krause Aug. 24 - J Watt and the Rag Tags

PYJAMA COLLECTION to support the Women’s Shelter in Prince Albert November / December

BAKE SALE December (in conjunction with Christmas in the Country)

COMMUNITY “HELPING HANDS” TOY AND GIFT COLLECTION to support the children of Little Red First Nation November / December

Archdeacon Andy 306-941-8898• Rev. Pat (Honorary Asst.) 306-980-8512 • Tim 306-960-9927 or Nancy 306-961-6772 Church Wardens • Church 306-982-4878 Email:


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District of Lakeland Environmental Advisory Committee

Nutrient Research Program Nutrient loads, as evidenced by excess plankton growth, have become increasingly evident at Emma Lake over the past several summers. Increased nutrients are tied to a variety of sources including: lawn and garden fertilizers; septic tank seepage; and increased storm water and inorganic nutrient runoff. These added nutrients stimulate the growth of algae and reduce water clarity. When algae dies, it settles to the bottom and decomposes. This decomposition, in turn, consumes oxygen which is detrimental to fish and the birds and mammals (including humans) that feed upon them. In 2018, the District of Lakeland through the Environmental Advisory Committee initiated a research program with the Natural Resources Program at Saskatchewan Polytechnic to look at this issue. The study looked at two key factors in 2018 and will continue to gather data in 2019 : 1. Water transparency—a measure of how deep light can penetrate water. This measure is negatively affected by the amount of algae and particulates suspended in the water. 2. Basic attributes of water quality such as water temperature and dissolved oxygen. Figure 1 below shows the water transparency results of the 2018 survey. Maximum transparency was measured in the 2nd week of June, minimum transparency was in August, and the south and middle lakes were more transparent than the north lake. Figure 2 displays a pattern of diminishing oxygen and water temperature with depth. This pattern is normal in the summer but difficulties arise when oxygen drops below 3 mg/L as might occasionally happen after an algal bloom.

What You Can Do Reduce the use of fertilizers and herbicides around the yard (try composting) Check septic tanks and repair suspected leaks or sources of contamination immediately

Maintain a fringe of natural vegetation along the shoreline to help filter sediments and nutrients before they enter the lake Volunteer with the District of Lakeland Environmental Advisory Committee — for example, as a steward to assist with waterfowl counts! Contact Wayne Hyde at (306)960-1074 Dissolved Oxygen and Temperature Taken June 21st, 2018

For more information, please visit our display table at the district office!  ·  21

Water quality is a top priority for the North Saskatchewan River Basin Council (NSRBC). The nonprofit watershed organization, formed in 2008, has been actively working to improve drinking water and recreational water quality in the region. “This year we have a lot planned for the Lakelands.” Says Katherine Finn, manager for the NSRBC. “We are collaborating with the District of Lakeland’s Environmental Advisory Committee and Saskatchewan Polytechnic to enhance water quality research on the lake.” The NSRBC supports water quality monitoring in conjunction with initiatives that will mitigate the water quality impacts, such as shoreline restoration and education. “Last year we implemented three shoreline restoration projects with private landowners on Emma Lake. It was a cost share, and we were able to plant over 150 native species of plants that enhance the biodiversity of the shoreline.” Says Finn. “This is an important project because it secures the soil, reduces erosion and surface runoff. All of those help prevent nutrient from entering the lake.” When excess nutrients enter the lake algae blooms occur. When the algae decomposes this also causes dissolved oxygen levels to drop and can lead to fish kills. It is a nasty cycle that begins with our activities in our cabins, on our lawns, and on the shoreline. Another risk to recreational waters is the spread of quagga and zebra mussels. These tiny little mussels, also known as aquatic invasive species (AIS) have been spreading across North America since 1980’s. They are now on the doorstep of Saskatchewan and the NSRBC has been actively promoting education and monitoring. The mussels spread in water, debris or plants that are transported from one lake to another by boats and other watercraft. If you know of people who are travelling to your lake, or if you are hauling a trailer to visit a friend, be sure to “Clean, Drain, and Dry Your Boat” If you would like more information on what you can do to make a difference on a local level and support the legacy of our recreational waters please feel welcome to contact us:, 306-441-3119,,

St. Mary Parish 306 982-2538

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The Christopher Lake Public Library A Branch of the Wapiti Regional Library located in the District of Lakeland building, Christopher Lake. Reasons to visit the Library: · · · · · · ·

Access to all Saskatchewan library materials (order on line from your home/work computer or come into the library to order, pick up and return materials) Free wireless internet and use of computers 24/7 book drop located outside the building Books, magazines, movies, kids area with games and Lego Stitch and Laugh meets every Wednesday at 2pm After school Lego Club Thursdays 3-5pm (during school year only) Fun and educational monthly programming

Look for upcoming events on the Facebook page Christopher Lake Library and in the Vacationland News flyer. Check out for news and events throughout the region. Our hours of service: Wednesday & Thursday 1:00 – 7:00pm Saturday 10:00am - 2:00pm Contact us at (306)982-4763 or email:  ·  23


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Great Blue Heron

Provincial Park Explore the trails at Anglin and Emma lakes Great Blue Heron Provincial Park is your destination for hiking or biking. Lace up your shoes and hit the trails for a scenic day trip. Trail maps and information available online.

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TWO UNIQUE DINING OPTIONS AT ELK RIDGE RESORT! 1.800.510.1824 | Walleye’s is a cozy, natural setting that serves up exceptional, locally inspired cuisine. Whet your appetite after a busy day of outdoor recreation or after a relaxed walk in the woods.

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Looking for something new to update your cottage or home ? Maybe find that special little treasure? Stop in and see our ever changing selection of home decor and gift ideas . Check us out on fb for a chance to win one of our monthly draws or to see some of what's new. Camp programs for ages! Canoe Trips, Day Camp, overnighT Camp, sporTs & musiC Camp, family Camp anD

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INFORMATION, PRINTING & GRAPHIC DESIGN in the Lakeland and surrounding area. Box 398 Christopher Lake, SK S0J 0N0 (306) 982-2363 Facebook @ VacationlandNews


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Tim Hortons & McDonalds in Prince Albert, A& W Marquis Road, Humptys, Tamarack Cafe, Cornerstone Insurance, Affinity Insurance and One Stop. Can be picked up at the Lakes at the following locations: Full Circle, Northside Antiques, CL Gas, District Office/Library, Affinity Credit Union, Salon 263, Cornerstone Insurance, Lake Country Cottage Restaurant, Ambrose Grocery, Sunset Bay Office, Summerʼs Past Green House, Sunnyside Bar, Sunnyside Market, PR Septic/Rothenburg Park.


22 issues are printed weekly from May to August and bi-monthly September to April. ANNUAL, SEASONAL, PER ISSUE AND INSERT PRICES AVAILABLE! Sign up to receive electronic copies on our website:

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Available annually at the beginning of May! Hand delivered to Waskesiu Cabins, Elk Ridge, McPhee Lake, Anglin Lake, Christopher and Emma Lake. Can be picked up at various businesses and locations in those areas and Northside. Copies can also be picked up at McDonalds and Tim Hortons in Prince Albert. General Mail out goes to the communities of Christopher Lake & Rural, Paddockwood, Meath Park/Albertville, Spruce Home, Birch Hills, Mayview, Shellbrook

to all the yearly and seasonal advertisers that have supported the publication for many years. Also, to all of you who send in community events, tidbits and stories. We hope to continue for many years to come. Thank you once again for your ongoing support.

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COMMUNITY BINGO Wednesdays At Terrace Gardens July 3 to August 28 ( Exception August 7 moves to Friday, August 9) **New times** Join us for a full evening of Bingo at 7:00 or come for the second half starting at 8:30.


YARD SALE July 6 At the museum 9:00 to 2:00 Hot dogs and lemonade starting at 11:00 Donations and table rental contact

Experience 90 years of fun and history: Draw date August

Exhibits include a shack tent, a replica camp kitchen, a fire tower cupola, a boat portage rail cart, over three thousand photographs, artifacts, and short videos. Visit the shack tent with a guide or use free audio handsets to learn about the displays.

THREE ISLAND PADDLE & MUSIC FESTIVAL July 27 At the Heart Lakes, by the Waskesiu Marina Museum volunteers cooking breakfast starting at 9:00 and lunch starting 11:00 Details at

Located on Waskesiu Drive. Admission is FREE! Donations appreciated.


August 10

At the Museum Open daily in July & August 10:00 – 6:00

Experience hands-on holidaying in a shack tent

Find details for these and other events throughout the summer at our website:


August 24

See the 2019 custom design kayak at the Shack tent Support the museum by buying raffle tickets

Volunteer help is always welcome for a variety of tasks. Come join us!

Enjoy a beverage or picnic at our freshly renovated grounds and camp kitchen! 34  · 2019 LAKELAND CABIN STUFFER

Lakers’ News

Emma and Christopher Lakes Association 2019 Newsletter ECLA PRESIDENT’S REPORT EMMA CHRISTOPHER LAKE - 4 SEASONS ECLA is an umbrella organization, relying solely on volunteers, and works to enhance our enjoyment of this wonderful 4 seasons playground. Our mission is to help enjoy today and to protect for tomorrow. It works with several services: Lakeland Citizens on Patrol (COPPS), the Swimming Program, Lakeland Curling Association, local input to the Water Security Agency and to District of Lakeland’s Council with it’s Environmental Committee, Tree Dodgers Snowmobile Club, Prince Albert Sailing Club (headquartered here on Emma Lake), and Christopher Lake Nature Area. Indeed, a very diverse community. Please have a look at the financial statement. Available funds continues to decline due to a lack of memberships. When there was door to door campaigning, membership collections were over $7,800 annually. Over the last 2 years, without door to door collection, membership collections now amount to just under $3,400 annually. Nearly 90% of funds collected goes into community programs. Your annual membership and any other financial contributions you may wish to make can be paid at: ; or be dropped off at Lakeland District Office; or donate through your area rep. For this year, we’re continuing with distributing Laker’s News with the Vacationland News Cabin Stuffer. Based on feedback received last year, we consider the increased circulation is well worth it. Work continues on our Facebook page and our internet site. The Facebook page has drawn a lot of attention, especially in the swimming category. We believe that we could see a much greater increase in participation. Do you have some time you could be a Facebook monitor or contributor on behalf of ECLA? I invite you to extend our thanks for the wonderful work being done by your volunteers. These are: Katie E. McLennan (swimming); Al Stickney (Laker’s News & Facebook), Wayne Hyde (membership & water quality testing); Cheryl Bauer-Hyde (community liaison); Giselle Nogier (treasurer); Brenda Daniels (secretary). Behind the scenes are many valuable contributors, of particular note: Richard & Isobel Afseth and Marcia Bergman. Indeed, we do live, play, and work in a wonderful area. Come help out. With a bit of time from many, more can be done to make your community more vibrant. Please call me. CRAIG FISHER, PRESIDENT

IN THIS ISSUE: District of Lakeland #521 ECLA Swimming Report Environmental Advisory Committee Prince Albert Sailing Club Sask Rivers MLA Nadine Wilson Lakeland Treedodgers Lakeland Citizens on Patrol Code Red Christopher Lake Nature Area Lakeland District Protective Services Water Security Agency Spruce River Diversion Project Great Blue Heron Provincial Park ECLA Financial Statement CPL Recreation Christopher Lake Library Landfill & Recycling Info Meeting Date ECLA Officers and Committee Reps ECLA Membership Application  ·  35

DISTRICT OF LAKELAND #521 Cheryl Bauer Hyde, Reeve Thanks to ECLA for the work they do in providing information through this forum to their members, residents, visitors and neighbouring communities. The District’s Vision: Lakeland with its beautiful lakes and surrounding forests is a multi-faceted welcoming, progressive, and diverse community that is a steward of the environment, business and recreational activities. and Mission: Using forward thinking and a comprehensive community plan the District of Lakeland will maintain and enhance activities, programs and services that will strengthen the community as a whole. We encourage you to attend our annual information meeting held in conjunction with the Lakeland Fire Department and the Emma & Christopher Lake Association (ECLA) Annual Meeting on Saturday, July 6, in the Christopher Lake Legion Hall. FURTHER INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE THROUGH THE DISTRICT OFFICE 48 MAIN STREET (HWY 263) CHRISTOPHER LAKE (OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY FROM 9AM – 4:30PM) PHONE 306.982.2010 EMAIL WEBSITE

ECLA SWIMMING REPORT ECLA will be sponsoring Red Cross Swim Kids and Pre- school swimming lessons for six weeks this summer. We will offer three, two week sessions of Red Cross and Preschool swim lessons (age 3 &4). Last summer (2018) our program instructed over 200 students - despite not being able to have Murray Pt. lessons. Our instructors are fully qualified through Red Cross and the Royal Lifesaving society, as well as have first aid/CPR training Lessons will be at the following times & locations for the 2019 season : Levels 1-10: Swim Kids and Pre-school: Murray Point July 1-July 12 Levels 1-10: Swim Kids and Pre-school: Sunnyside Beach July 15-July 26 Levels 1-10: Swim Kids and Pre-school: Bell’s Beach July 29-August 9 Fees:

Levels 1 - 6 $30 for 2 weeks. (ages 5 and up) Levels 7 - 10 $40 for 2 weeks (45 min. Lessons) Pre-school Swim: Ages 3 & 4. $30

All children must be registered before they are allowed to take swimming lessons: Registration for all sessions will take place between 11:00 am and 1:00 pm on the Sunday before each set of lessons begin. Murray Point at Fern’s, Sunnyside at the Mini Golf and Bell’s Beach at the Christopher Lake Legion. Please bring your child’s swimming report card to registration if available. Those not able to attend on registration day are requested to phone and register in advance. The swimming program should have e-transfers available for payment this summer. Late registrations will not be accepted . Please continue to watch the Emma and Christopher Lakes Association Facebook page for updated information on swimming lessons and registration. In case of an electrical storm there will be dry land lessons at an alternate location near the beach, ask the instructors for this location on the first day of lessons. Refund only with a medical certificate. Our program is sponsored primarily through registration fees plus the Community Grant Program donation of $1600.00. This grant comes from the Saskatchewan Lotteries through the Lakeland Recreation Board. Thank you to the Lakeland Recreation Board for their support. Our swimming program would also like to thank the District of Lakeland for their support as well as to Richard Afseth, Isobel Afseth and John Green for their assistance with the swimming program. A huge thank you to Marcia Bergman who continues to share her expertise with our swimming program. LOOKING FORWARD TO ANOTHER GREAT SUMMER OF RED CROSS SWIMMING LESSONS !! PROGRAM CONTACT: KATIE MCLENNAN (306) 314-2970 36  · 2019 LAKELAND CABIN STUFFER

Lakers’ News

ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBERS: Keith Dahl, Karee Davidson, Wayne Hyde, Daryl Jessop, Marcia Klein, Tom Laxdal, Jacquie Moore; Council Representatives Cheryl Bauer Hyde, Karen Bosker (Chair)

Reeve CHERYL BAUER-HYDE 306.961.2967

Div 1 KAREN BOSKER Includes Rural Christopher Lake, Bell’s Beach, Doran Park, Spruce Point, Clearsand 306.270.7000

Div 2 WALTER PLESSL Includes Aspen Ridge, Birch Bay, McPhail Cove, Neis Beach 306.280.4034

Div 3 DOUG OFTEDAL Includes Sunset Bay, Sunnyside, Carwin, Ambrose 306.982.3332

Div 4 JOHN STAUFFER Includes Guise Beach, McIntosh Point, Murray Point, Okema 306.982.3199


Includes Guise Beach, McIntosh Point, Murray Point, Okema 306.982.3199

The Environmental Advisory Committee’s main objective is to advise the District of Lakeland Council on issues related to the environment. Through the District, the Committee strives to inform and engage Lakeland residents and visitors to encourage protection and respect for the natural environment. Educational information is provided through District mailouts to residents, at the table located in the District Office in Christopher Lake, signage throughout the area, and through the District website (address provided below). 2018 PROJECTS: EMMA LAKE NUTRIENT STUDY - A strategic partnership with Saskatchewan (SK) Polytechnic and the District was established to carry out a study on Emma Lake last summer. Data was collected to produce a detailed bathymetric map of all three Emma Lakes and transparency and water quality physical parameter data was collected to try and determine nutrient loading. The study was carried out by a SK Polytechnic Natural Resource Technology student and volunteers from the District Environmental Advisory Committee. Funding for this summer research was provided by the District and from a student intern grant through Colleges and Institutes Canada. Support was also provided by Saskatchewan Polytechnic in the form of scientific expertise and field sampling equipment. INVASIVE SPECIES – Continued monitoring for the presence of Zebra and Quagga Mussels at boat launches at Anglin, Christopher, Emma and McPhee Lakes. Signage was maintained at the launches and educational material promoting the Clean, Drain, and Dry protocols was provided at the District Office. 2019 PROJECTS INCLUDE: 1.

Redesigning the Environmental Advisory Committee area on the District website,

2. Development of an educational brochure, and 3.

Phase 2 of the partnership with Saskatchewan (SK) Polytechnic on the nutrient study on Emma Lake.


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Sailboats are invited to join us in lighting up our sailboats and lighting up Emma Lake with a colourful evening cruise JULY 1-4

CANSAIL MOBILE SAILING SCHOOL $125.00 Level 1-2 1:30-4:30pm OR 6:30-9:30pm Sail Canada national standards, 420 class sailboats provided Non-members with more than one participant get 10% discount with one discount per student Register online;

JULY 1-2

OPTI SCHOOL (WET FEET COURSE INTRODUCTION TO SAILING) $110.00 8-12 yr olds with swimming ability 1-4pm Instruction given by our Provincial Sailing Coach Non-members with more than one participant get 10% discount with one discount per student Register online;


RACING INSTRUCTION & CRUISING DAY Join us for racing tips and a cruise on Emma Lake

AUG 17

PASC CLUB CRUISE Rig your boat and join us on Saturday, 1 pm, as we cruise the lake

AUG 31- SEPT 1 57TH ANNUAL OPEN REGATTA All types of sailboats are welcome to register 9 races planned; BBQ Supper following Saturday’s races FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:


SASKATCHEWAN RIVERS MLA - NADINE WILSON DEAR FRIENDS, Greetings from your Saskatchewan Rivers Constituency office! After such a cold winter, I’m sure that we’re all eagerly looking forward to spending some quality time in lake country this summer season. As we finish our spring cleaning and make plans for the summer, let us remember to make safety a top priority. It is our responsibility as a community to ensure that we stay safe while having fun. This spring, your Saskatchewan Party government presented our province’s 2019-2020 budget. It is balanced – and it’s the right balance between keeping your taxes low, and providing quality services for our children, families, and seniors. It’s the right balance between important investments in both urban and rural Saskatchewan. And it’s the right balance for building a stronger economy and creating jobs, now and in the future. This year’s budget delivers record investments in mental health services, highway safety, our children’s classrooms and supports for persons with disabilities. And there are no new taxes or tax increases. You can learn more at After such a long winter, I think we’re all looking forward to summer. Unfortunately, the federal carbon tax has now been forced on Saskatchewan, adding uncertainty for individuals, families, businesses and communities. From the gas station to the grocery store and all across the province, Saskatchewan people are now being forced to absorb higher costs on just about everything, including our power and energy bills. We will continue to fight the federal carbon tax, while continuing to act on our made-in Saskatchewan Prairie Resilience climate change strategy, an effective plan to help our province address climate change. If we win this court case, we will make every effort to return all the carbon tax money charged through SaskPower back to Saskatchewan people, where it should stay in the first place. Please feel free to contact me or drop by my constituency office along Highway #2, Red Wing area, as you make your way into Prince Albert. As always, I pledge to do my best while working for you.


Lakers’ News

LAKELAND TREEDODGERS GREETINGS FROM THE LAKELAND TREE DODGERS!! We had a crazy start to the 2018/19 season. The storms that hit in July 2018 massacred a lot of our trail system. It took several weeks to get the trails re-opened with the help of chainsaws and equipment. Then a bazillion signs had to be re-installed but finally we were able to start grooming. However, when grooming started due to some beaver problems and ice on the trails we sunk our new groomer. Luckily nobody was hurt but the groomer is a loss. We were able to get the old groomer working for awhile but it is a little weak so thanks to the Affinity Credit Union we were able to purchase another groomer that got us through the season. As you can imagine the club is now facing some financial challenges that will have to be dealt with and unfortunately the snowmobile licenses are not enough. When you buy your license plate for your sled most of the money goes to the Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association to split among the member clubs to help fund the trail system. This is very helpful but it does not cover the entire cost of maintaining the trails, purchasing grooming equipment and signage or the maintenance, repair and operation of the groomer. There are corporate sponsors who have donated money to build the new shelters on the trail system and others that donate a yearly fee to help cover other regular costs. This is all organized, recruited and the work is done by a team of volunteers who make up the Lakeland Snowmobile Club. We are often asked how you can help when you don’t live here or have enough free time to commit to being an active member. Well here’s a few ideas. 1.

IF YOU SNOWMOBILE – BUY YOUR LICENSE It not only helps financially but it gives you liability insurance when riding in the public.

2. CLEAN OR STOCK A SHELTER This is all done by volunteers so if you can take home some cans, sweep the floor, leave some toilet paper in the outhouse, cut some firewood – anything is helpful. If you can we also have an adopt a shelter program where you can look after the same one each time. 3.

CLEAN A PORTION OF TRAIL A fun day for the family or a group of friends can be to grab some saws and a hot dog and head out to a trail and clear some of the fallen trees that we get every year. We also have an adopt a trail program where you can clear and sign a portion of trail that works for you.


SIGN A PORTION OF TRAIL The club has signs and rules of signing available. This can be done any time of year where conditions allow access.


ATTEND OUR FUNDRAISERS Purchase our tickets for sale or we always accept cash or in - kind donations.

With all of the challenges we faced this past season we still have a full slate of officers on the executive of the club and a healthy general membership that are ready to take on the new year that started April 1st, 2019. New members are always welcome. Family membership is $25/immediate family/year. You can contact us on facebook under the Lakeland treedodgers EMAIL: PHONE: 306-982-4805 Watch the Vacationland News and facebook for updates. From all of us at the Lakeland Snowmobile Club – Have a great summer and here’s looking forward to SNOW!! SUBMITTED BY LORI FEHR, PAST PRESIDENT  ·  39

LAKELAND CITIZENS ON PATROL INC. There was again increased criminal activity during the 2018 summer months which, normally doesn’t happen. It appears this summer criminal activity is becoming the “New Normal”. There were a number of bicycles stolen and vehicles rummaged through that were left open. There were also a number of quads, side by sides and vehicles stolen. We were fortunate that there were no break-ins where someone was home this past year. Please insure you lock your property in a manner that will keep you safe! As an organization our members find it very difficult patrolling in the summer months with the explosion of the population including summer residents and all our visitors. Unlike the fall/winter/spring when you can see who lives here and you get to know who comes out during weekends and holidays etc. The number of calls taken by the RCMP for the District of Lakeland in 2018 was 426 compared to 430 in 2017, a slight decrease. The number of break-ins for January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2018 has decreased significantly from the previous year. Leading the way was B&E’s for seasonal residents of 13 reported down from 22 in 2017. Permanent residence B&E’s also decreased to 2 in 2018 from 9 in 2017 but B&Es for businesses increased from 1 in 2017 to 3 in 2018. The new R.C.M.P. Provincial Response Team appears to be helping. They attended a major incident in Murray Point last fall. The team with the help of District of Lakeland Protective Services was able to cordon off the Murray Point area and arrested at least 4 people. Those captured appear to have been causing a lot of the criminal activity in our area. It is our understanding that as of March 18, 2019 at least 3 have pled guilty and are awaiting sentencing. Since these arrests, criminal activity has slowed substantially in our area. There was also a major incident in February at Bells Beach where the ERT (SWAT) was present. There were several people charged with drug offences. Our organization is now on Facebook. It’s a quick way to keep you updated if there are problem areas, and also provide tips and techniques to help you protect your property and keep safe. Be sure to follow us at ‘Lakeland Citizens on Patrol Program”. We continue to encourage all residents to report any incidents of theft or break and enter even if you consider it a minor incident and not worth reporting. It really is important and many times those reports produce a pattern that helps the RCMP to determine what may be going on in an area. Information is passed on to our organization and we make our patrollers aware of any problem areas. It is imperative that all incidents are reported even if it is just a shed and nothing was taken. We wish to thank those residents and organizations who made a donation to our program in 2018. The funds you provide us help to defray the costs associated with helping to keep our community safe. We certainly appreciate your financial support and commitment. We are always in need of patrollers. Key times for patrolling are after the long weekend in September and through the winter months into June. Even if you are available for a short period of time during the year we can use your help to patrol. We will provide you with the necessary training. Applications to our program are available at the District of Lakeland No. 521 Office, Village of Christopher Lake Office or by contacting us. If you wish to make a donation or just need more information; please contact us at Lakeland COP Inc., P.O. Box 379, Christopher Lake, Sask., S0J 0N0. HELP US TO HELP YOU KEEP YOUR PROPERTY SAFE AND REDUCE CRIME IN OUR COMMUNITY. ON BEHALF OF THE EXECUTIVE AND PATROLLERS OF THE LAKELAND CITIZENS ON PATROL PROGRAM, “THANK YOU” FOR YOUR ONGOING SUPPORT.


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The District of Lakeland’s CodeRED is a FREE emergency notification system that can keep Lakeland ratepayers and visitors informed during large scale disasters. To receive CodeRED messages, register on the District of Lakeland website (lakeland521. ca) and follow the directions to register. You can receive emergency notification message on landlines, cell phones, by text or by email. You can even register phone numbers out of the province or country to keep you informed while you are away. DOWNLOAD THE


Encourage visitors to Lakeland to stay informed by downloading the CodeRED Mobile App from the App Store or Google Play. The District of Lakeland’s Emergency Measures Organization The goal of the District of Lakeland’s Emergency Measures Organization is to support the community during major natural or man-made disasters by providing communication and support to the community and emergency responders. The District is currently working on a Community Disaster Recovery Plan that will guide us in rebuilding if a major disaster occurs. The District of Lakeland welcomes, and provides training for, volunteers to join our team. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT CODERED, THE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION OR EMO VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES IN THE DISTRICT OF LAKELAND, CALL THE DISTRICT OFFICE AT 306.982.2010 OR EMAIL OFFICE OFFICE@LAKELAND521.CA.

THE CHRISTOPHER LAKE NATURE AREA The Christopher Lake Nature Area was a vision of a local resident and past reeve of the RM of Lakeland, Lionel Roy. Lionel worked with local and provincial governments to get the area officially designated as a Nature Area (Christopher Lake Nature Area) on June 27, 2000. The Christopher Lake Nature Area (CLNA) is 97 hectares of peaceful trails and benches in a mixed boreal forest. It is located 2.5 kilometres west of the Village of Christopher Lake. Turn right at the Spruce Point turn-off and proceed .5 kms to the entrance. There is a large sign marking the entrance. There are trail guides in boxes by each of the three entrances adding to your enjoyment of the trails. There are benches and signage throughout the area to help you enjoy your hike. A special place is a bench on a platform overlooking a pond where you can watch birds, dragonflies and listen to boreal chorus frogs. There is a meadow where many warblers fly and flowers sway in the wind. The Christopher Lake Nature Area is a place where nothing seems to happen, where creatures simply live, where there is sun and slow peacefulness of the day, following day. Come enjoy the day in this quiet bit of nature in the busy Lakeland area! The Christopher Lake Nature Area is inviting you to remember your loved ones by putting a plaque on the benches in the Nature Area. A 4”x 6” plaque costs $10 plus .15 cents a letter. A 4” x 3” plaque costs $6 plus .15 cents a letter. The Friends of the Christopher Lake Nature Area will order the plaque to your specifications and place in the Circle of Life area for you. A donation to the Christopher Lake Nature Area is greatly appreciated. For more information on the Christopher Lake Nature Area, contact Jeannie 306-9823143 or COME AND ENJOY THE CHRISTOPHER LAKE NATURE AREA!  ·  41

LAKELAND DISTRICT PROTECTIVE SERVICES The District of Lakeland Council, in 2018, approved LDPS to compliment its existing staffing level by a .80 FTE. The additional resources was to allow LPDS to do a number of things, including address crime in the area, having an increased visibility by adding late night and early morning patrols. This 80% position continues for 2019. Continuing from the 2018 year we continue to remind people to LOCK IT OR LOSE IT! Please secure your belongings. Lock doors, windows, don’t leave keys in your vehicle or ATV, or golf carts. Please do not leave valuables in your vehicle. You are the first line of defence in avoiding becoming a victim of crime. Recording your serial numbers, the make, model of your belongings will go a long way should you lose these items. Moving forward in 2019 LDPS will continue to increase our general patrols. This includes increased attention to several of our public beaches over the summer. Members will be more stringently enforcing traffic laws and parking laws. This includes addressing illegal golf cart & ATV use. With small amounts of personal possession for cannabis now legal to those over 19 or older, we would like to remind people that consumption of cannabis is only permitted at a private place, such as your residence. It is not legal to use cannabis in a vehicle, at a park, a beach or while out for a walk. Anyone requiring more information on this can contact our department or any police service. In order to make the reporting of non-urgent matters easier to the public, we have launched a Citizens Online Reporting Service. This will allow you to report minor, non emergent matters directly online. Please have a look and if need, give it a try. It can be found at the District of Lakeland website at – simply click on the LDPS badge on the main page. If you see crime in progress – who do you call? 9-1-1. We still get the question on who should be called for various violations. Here is a quick summary. If it is criminal in nature and requires an immediate police attendance call 9-1-1 or the RCMP at 310-RCMP (310-7267). The RCMP are the police of jurisdiction throughout the area. This may be the best place for you to start.

WATER SECURITY AGENCY SPRUCE RIVER DIVERSION PROJECT 2018 Operations - 2019 Initial Operating Plan ANGLIN LAKE (OPERATING RANGE 515.26 M TO 515.42 M): A total of 19 operations were made at the control structure on Anglin Lake Dam in 2018. Water was preserved in the reservoir during the recreation season to facilitate pumping activities to Emma and Christopher Lakes. The reservoir water level peaked on July 18 just above the Full Supply Level and did not significantly exceed the upper level after July 27. PUMPING/CONVEYANCE CHANNEL: The conveyance channel was inspected in May 2018 and several beaver dams were removed prior to the 2018 pumping. The pump plant received a number of significant upgrades during the year. The pump was operated for a total of 27 days and approximately 1090 acft of water was pumped. EMMA LAKE (OPERATING RANGE 515.42 M TO 515.57 M):

For other suspicious activity or provincial and municipal violations we are able to take that call for you. If it is something more suited to another agency or department, we will let you know, and can pass that call information on. When calling we will require your full name and a telephone number along with any information requested by the dispatcher.

The lake outlet control structure was not operated in 2018 and the water level peaked on July 16 at an elevation of 515.61m. The water level just prior to freeze up was recorded at 515.48m.

As with last year we want to emphasize that if you see something that you believe is suspicious in your neighbourhood please report it to authorities. Reporting matters on social media will not create the appropriate law enforcement response to our community. The RCMP as well as LDPS have made it clear they do not monitor social media for crime reporting. People need to report directly to law enforcement.

The lake outlet control structure was not operated in 2018 and the water level peaked on July 15 at an elevation of 514.80m. The water level just prior to freeze up was recorded at 514.66m.

We do wish everyone safe travels, and a fun filled summer season. If traveling to or through the Lakelands area, please enjoy your time, and please be courteous to the people and environment that surrounds us. We are available to answer any question you may have. To report any concern or complaint call us anytime at 306-982-4466. KEEP SAFE! 42  · 2019 LAKELAND CABIN STUFFER


OUTLOOK FOR 2019: The Water Security Agency will attempt to maintain all three lakes at or near their Full Supply Levels during the recreation season. Any pumping operation will be dependent on water availability in Anglin Lake. SUBMITTED BY: SPENCER MCNIE, SENIOR TECHNOLOGIST, REGIONAL SERVICES, NORTH BATTLEFORD, SK.

Lakers’ News

WHAT’S NEW IN GREAT BLUE HERON PROVINCIAL PARK? Trees at Murray Point As you are aware, Murray Point Campground was hit hard by a storm on July 7, 2018. Park staff, first responders, conservation officers, district staff and local contractors pulled together to ensure everyone’s safety and clear the campground. We are so thankful for the exceptional service and teamwork demonstrated during that time. A huge thank you to all those who responded initially and were involved in the clean-up in the hours, days and weeks afterwards. We’re happy to report that the remaining downed trees have been cleaned up and the campground will be ready for visitors on May 16, 2019. There are parts of the campground that were relatively untouched by the storm damage, while others were severely impacted. Many campsites now offer a more ‘sunny’ camping experience. We are currently working on plans to plant seedlings and establish the next generation of forest within the campground. Murray Point continues to be a busy camping and day-use location for families. The boat launch, beach, playgrounds, upgraded facilities and close proximity to a variety of amenities make for an enjoyable summer holiday. Anderson Point campground, Anglin Lake offers a quieter camping experience centered around fishing, canoeing and hiking. The boat launch, beach, historic Anderson Cabin and access to many Anglin Lake amenities make for a relaxing retreat. In 2018, we installed the first yurt in the park at Anderson Point campground. This beautiful Mongolian yurt was very popular and is available for online bookings in 2019. The yurt sleeps six and offers a fridge, small heater, screened in gazebo and a chance to camp in style – no camper needed. Call the park or check out the website at for more information.

Historic Anderson Cabin During the fall of 2017 and 2018, park staff completed necessary renovations on the cabin and it is now ready for a grand re-opening, planned for July long weekend, 2019. Watch for more details coming soon.

Park Events A full line-up of park events and interpretive programs have been planned for July and August, including guided hikes at Anglin Lake, weekly children’s programs at Murray Point and various special guests that have been invited to perform. Don’t miss out! Check out the events listed on the Great Blue Heron Provincial Park page at or stop by the campground/park office to pick up an event calendar. During the winter deep freeze of 2019, we held our first ski and snowshoe day at Anglin Bridge and trails. Thanks to those who braved the minus 34 degree wind chill and came out. Watch for details on more winter programming and plans to make this an annual event (without the extreme wind chill).

Trails Have you hiked to the Tower Cabin yet? Stop by the park office or check out our website for trail maps. Pack a picnic lunch and enjoy a day of hiking on the Anglin Lake trails. If you prefer to hike as part of a group, join us for one of the guided hikes, held every Thursday July 3 – August 22. Call (306) 982-4741 to register.

Park Planning Updates Work continues on the park management plan. Through the cooperative effort of the Park Advisory Group and GBHPP staff, the plan is taking shape. We expect that the plan will be available for public viewing and input during late 2019. To note, the Great Blue Heron Provincial Park Management Plan is the first plan of its type to be developed with community input. THANK YOU TO ECLA FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO SHARE THE GOOD NEWS ABOUT GREAT BLUE HERON PROVINCIAL PARK. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE PARK, PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE AT (306) 982-6250 OR EMAIL  ·  43



(District of Lakeland Building) P: 306- 982-4763 E: CHRCIRC@WAPITILIBRARY.CA FB CHRISTOPHER LAKE LIBRARY


WED. & THUR. 1 P.M. -7 P.M.; SAT. 10 A.M. - 2 P.M. •

Wireless internet access & charging station plus three public use computers

Books, magazines, DVD’s and local interest materials

Digital access to multiple resources & reference databases, including Ancestry

Special programming for children to adults offered throughout the year

CPL Recreation is a partnership of the Christopher Lake Village, the R.M. of Paddockwood and the District of Lakeland. We are dedicated to the health and quality of life of our communities through sports, culture and recreational programs for all ages. Join CPL on Facebook - CPL Recreation for updates on programs and activities. Contact Linda Rogozinski, CPL Recreation Director, or drop by the office located in the District of Lakeland building.

ECLA WHERE DOES YOUR MEMBERSHIP GO? Financial Statement for Year Ending Dec 31, 2018 Revenue: Expenses: ($ 3,393.82) Programs Membership Receipts ( -  ) COPPs Contribution Interest ($ 3,393.82) Total Revenue Cash on Hand: Start of Year Surplus / (Deficit) End of Year

( 9,294.24) ( (2,271.57) ($ 7,022.67)


($ 500.00)


Newsletter: Postage Printing Newsletter Subtotal

( 174.30) ( 2,887.50) ($ 3,061.80) 54.0%

Swimming Insurance

( 1,033.50)

Water Testing Contribution Subtotal Programs

( 1,000.00) 17.7% ($ 5,095.30) 89.9%

Overhead Advertising Office Supplies Lunches & Hall Rentals Bank Charges Overhead Subtotal Expenses Total

( 395.10) ( 47.00) ( 117.99) ( 10.00) ($ 570.09) 10.1% ($ 5,665.39) 100.0%


Lakers’ News

Emma Lake Landfill


MAY 1 - OCT. 31 8 A.M. to 4 P.M. CLOSED Tuesdays & Wednesdays For the months of July and August the landfill will be open everyday from 9 A.M .to 4 P.M.

PRESIDENT Craig Fisher 306.960.7108

Summer Recycling Bins


Anglin Lake Bell’s Beach (overflow park) Elk Ridge Resort District Compound (161 Ambrose Lane) LT’s Service Murray Point Sunnyside Market Sunset Bay


SECRETARY Brenda Daniels 306.981.4500

TREASURER Gisele Nogier 306.982.2241

Bear Problems We have a problem in Lakeland with bears feeding on garbage. Please only put your bins out the day of garbage collection. If you are not going to be around on garbage day try to have a neighbour do this for you or drop it off at the collections bins on Neis Trail on your way home.

Important Date

COMMUNICATION Al Stickney 306.281.2771


JULY 6, 2019


CHRISTOPHER LAKE LEGION 9 A.M. Co-operative Volunteer Fire Department Annual Meeting Sherry Kuhling 306.982.3732 10 A.M. Emma & Christopher Lake Association Annual Mtg. Craig Fisher 306.960.7108 Note: Agenda items for above mtgs. are needed 2 wks in advance. 11 A.M. District of Lakeland #521 Ratepayers Information Meeting Tammy Knuttila 306.982.2010

MEMBERSHIP & WATER ADVISORY Wayne Hyde 306.982.2079

SWIMMING Katie McLennan 306.314.2970

ECLA 2019 MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION Please apply and pay your membership online at: Name(s): Municipal Address:


Mailing Address: City/Town:

Postal Code:

Home Ph:

Lake Ph:

Email: Are you interested in volunteering for ECLA Executive or assist in membership collections? Yes

Contact Wayne Hyde at 306-960-1074

Please click here to pay online or purchase a 2019 membership by mailing a $10.00 cheque payable to: EMMA & CHRISTOPHER LAKE ASSOCIATION Box 96, Christopher Lake, SK, S0J 0N0  ·  45

The Social Housing Program provides rental housing to individuals and couples who meet income and asset eligibility requirements, with priority given to individuals over the age of 55 and individuals with disabilities. The housing units are ideal for active, independent seniors who enjoy country living. Units in the Village of Christopher Lake are within walking distance to amenities. There are one bedroom duplexes as well as two bedroom suites in the Manor complex. Nestled in the trees at the North Side location are one and two bedroom suites in the Country Lodge. All have garden areas, if you enjoy and choose to garden! Smoking and pets are prohibited at all locations. The Lakeland area has many activities and groups to get involved in and keep busy. It is a great area to live in and/or retire!

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Christopher Lake Housing Authority offers social housing in the Christopher Lake and North Side area. There are currently vacancies in our units.


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All applications must meet eligibility requirements. If you are interested in further information, viewing and/or an application contact the housing authority manager. Karen Haubrich (306) 940-7654 Please leave a message with a call back telephone number.

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Annual Fundraiser for renovations to the Anderson Community Centre.



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Go Science

Christopher Lake Public Library July 3, Paddockwood Public Library July 4 Arts & Crafts - Anglin Lake Greenop Park. Dates/times Wednesdays July 3, 17 and August 7, 21 2:00-4:00pm

Culture Craft Days

District of Lakeland building in Christopher Lake in partnership with Lakeland Early Cooperative Daycare & Christopher Lake LibraryDates/times: Thursdays July & August 2:00-3:00pm

Synchronized Swimming Bells Beach Dates/times: Wednesdays July & August

Beach Arts & Crafts

Dates/Times: July & August Tuesdays Location Bells Beach 10:00-11:00am Thursdays Location Murray Point 10:00 am – 11:00am

Bloom Where You Stand (mindfulness program) Anderson Building Christopher Lake in partnership with Lakeland Early Cooperative Daycare. Dates/times: Mondays July 8, 22 and August 5 10:00-11:00am

Arts & Crafts & Outdoor Play-days Paddockwood – R.M Building – CPL Rec Room. Dates/Times: Tuesdays July 2, 16, 30 and August 6, 20 outdoor play 1:00-2:00pm; arts & crafts 2:00-3:00pm

Follow us on Facebook; “CPL Recreation”

Contact: CPL Recreation Director Linda Rogozinski @ text: 306.981.3372 or email:  ·  51

What is CPL Recreation? • CPL Recreation is a partnership of four communities; Villages of Christopher and Paddockwood, R.M. of Paddockwood and the District of Lakeland. The Partnership is a collaborative regional model for the provision of sport, culture and recreation opportunities and experiences. What is our Goal? • To provide and engage community members to participate in sport, culture and recreation opportunities that enhances quality of life. Who can participate? • All residence and visitors to the 4 communities are encouraged to participate.

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Thank you to our corporate sponsors for their generous yearly commitment and Thank you to our corporate sponsors fora special thanks to Lakeland Ford Hyundai, their generous yearly commitment and a Napa Unified Auto Parts, Prince Albert special thanks to Lakeland Ford Hyundai, Photocopier, Lumber Timbermart Napa UnifiedEcono Auto Parts, Prince Albert Photocopier, Econo Lumber Timbermart new and improved trail shelters. new and improved trail shelters.

New New shelters shelters We are made up of a group of volunteers. If you wish to join the club or donate, please contact us: Email: Phone: 306-961-6772 We are made up of a group of volunteers. If you wish to join the club or donate, please contact us:

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SEPTIC & CITY WATER One call does it all!

306.982.4544 We accept credit cards and e-transfers. Interac payments can be made at our office located at Rothenburg Family Park. For your convenience cash or cheque payments can be made at our drop box located at Ambrose Grocery-Neis Beach.

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