As of 8:30 am Sunday, May 29:
Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure want to advise people not to travel into the Whiteshell Provincial Park area. Many highways are flooded, making travel conditions treacherous. Flood Warning in Effect for Winnipeg River and Whiteshell Lakes Area.
Highway 17 - from Manitoba / Ontario Border, Easterly for 6.8 kilometres expected delays for as long as 20 minutes due to construction. Traffic is controlled by flagging.
Highway 17A, from 1.8 kilometres East of the Junction of Highway 17A and Highway 671, Easterly for 0.7 kilometres. Expect delays up to 20 minutes. Traffic is controlled by flagging.
Hwy 71, at Maybrun Rd, there is water over the road, one lane blocked, traffic control is in place. Please use caution in the area.
Blue Lake Loop Road – Vermilion Bay, between Hwy 647 Jct and Quibell Rd is closed.
Quibell Rd. - Vermilion Bay, Hwy 609/Quibell Rd. closed to commercial vehicles and heavy trucks. Passenger vehicles and school buses only.
Hwy 105 - Vermilion Bay, Closed at Buller Creek due to water over the road.
Hwy 17, Vermilion Bay, Near Rhyner's Rd, there is water over the road
- Note: MTO says there is still water over the road. Audience members say the road is fully open as the water has receded.
Hwy 605, Dryden, Hwy is fully closed due to multiple locations with water over the road.
Sioux Lookout, the Ed Ariano By-Pass is closed from First Ave. to Hwy 642 Jct due to water over the road and related damage. Barricades in place with a detour available to Passenger Vehicles ONLY, using Wellington, Front, 3rd, King, Alcona to connect to Hwys 516 and 642. Non-essential Commercial Vehicles can use Hwy 599.