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The Winnipeg Police Service River Patrol Unit | Alcohol and Boating |
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Current River Conditions:

Winnipeg's waterways are currently at normal levels.

As always, we encourage everyone to our waterways but please do safely. 
 
Updated 2016-08-08


The Winnipeg Police Service River Patrol is part of the Traffic Unit. The River Patrol is committed to enhancing the year-round use and safety of all navigable and frozen waterways including various retention ponds by education, enforcement of respective laws, acts, by-laws and regulations, and to further provide technical and advisory support to both internal and external agencies.

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Do you have an inquiry not covered by these pages? Contact the Winnipeg Police River Patrol Unit by calling 204-986-8035 or sending an email.

 
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Last update: August 8, 2016

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