Fish Winnipeg Media / Corporate Challenge - Raising money for Youth Angling Programs
Fish Futures Inc. is a non-profit corporation and a registered charitable organization dedicated to the conservation and enhancement of freshwater fisheries through 1) sponsorship, development and encouragement of research projects,2)habitat preservation, enhancement and management programs, and 3)public education to increase public awareness of the value of freshwater fisheries and the need for conservation and enhancementof fish stocks and habitat.
The Complete Angler, with professional angler Don Lamont, keeps anglers up-to-date on the happenings through western Canada through the CA television show, a weekly article in the Winnipeg Free Press, regular submissions to the Fishin' Line magazine and much , much, more.
For more information on The Complete angler, please email us at email@example.com.
DELTA Real Estate is one of Winnipeg's most progressive real estate marketing companies. Continued growth has made it one of the largest independent real estate firms in the city with over fifteen years of service to its customers. Locally owned & operated, we are affiliated with national & international referral networks.
Priority Restoration has successfully grown and been acknowledged as a leading company for both commercial and residential customers in emergency and non-emergency disaster recovery response situations.
City of Winnipeg's Community Services Department offers a wide range of unique recreational programs for Winnipeggers to enjoy. As part of these programs, the Fish Winnipeg Kids Free Fishing Van and Recreational Angling Camp programs are coordinated and administered through the City. This unique partnership has provided over 5,000 children with the opportunity to try their hand at fishing!
Manitoba Fisheries' mandate is to ensure sustainable use of the fisheries resource. Management programs are developed to provide the greatest benefits to Manitobans, by maintaining or enhancing fish populations and habitat, monitoring harvest and habitat alterations, and allocating resources for the best return.