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  • Manitoba's Lake Winnipegosis and Lake Manitoba are virtually untapped by diver hunters (you need to trailer a boat), although almost any large lake in the region will teem with divers.

    Waterfowling for Ducks and Geese in Canada

  • Winnipegosis have only fish as food, which they dry and pack for winter use, and eat it raw and without salt -- which sounds very palatable?

    A Lady's Life on a Farm in Manitoba

  • Early in the spring of the following year, he sent north one of his sons, who discovered Lakes Manitoba, Dauphin, Winnipegosis, and

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy

  • Johann Johannson out on the shores of Lake Winnipegosis writes to Ole Oleson in some place in Norway that there is all the free land he wants over here, and work at $2 a day, and Ole Oleson writes to Johann Johannson to borrow enough money to bring himself and his family to Canada, and Sergius Buckowitlz writes to his cousin in the Carpathians in the same way.

    Problems of Population

  • The province is warning that high winds and the breakup of ice on major lakes like the Lake Winnipeg, Lake Manitoba, the Shoal Lakes and Lake Winnipegosis is expected to cause an ice pileup on the shorelines.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • A family member told CBC News that community members from the village of Winnipegosis found the body of Monte Menard on Sunday and pulled it from the lake.

    CBC | Top Stories News

  • The body of a 48-year-old man whose snowmobile crashed through the ice on Lake Winnipegosis has been found.

    CBC | Top Stories News

  • Patrolling officers spotted the pickup truck, which was stolen in the Winnipegosis area,

    Winnipeg Sun

  • Lakes Winnipeg and Winnipegosis much farther to the north-west) meant

    Pioneers in Canada

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