Where We Are
Black Sturgeon Lake is a beautiful lake
Notices and Events
2019 Photo Contest is Closed
The submission deadline has past. The 2019 has closed with 42 entries. See the contest page to view the pictures
A professional photographer will judge the pictures. Winners will be announced in the Spring. Prizes ($75/$50/$50) awarded at the June AGM.
2018 Municipal Elections
Following the Election 2018 Oct 22, the new Kenora town council is composed of
Mayor: Dan Reynard
Councillors: Andrew Poirier, Mort Goss, Sharon Smith, Rory McMillan, Chris Van Wallenghan, Kirsi Raiko
These are the people to contact with any issues.
Fall Newsletter is out
The fall newsletter (Oct 2018) is posted on the Newsletter Page. Past newsletters are also posted there.
2018 Horseshoe Tournament
The annual horseshoe tournament on Sep 1st was a huge success. There were 23 teams made up by random draw competing for prizes and horseshoe supremacy. About 60 people attended at The Glen on a perfect sunny warm day. The winning teams each consisted of a lake resident and a guest.
Don’t miss the fun next year! Everyone welcome to join or watch and visit with your lake neighbours
For those who don’t know where The Glen is, it is at the end of Lakeview Trail off Peterson Rd. (Black Sturgeon Estates Road)
See the Past Events page for the 2017 tournament report and pictures.
Boat Speeds and Wakes
Boat speeds and wakes near shore, docks and moored boats have been creeping up. A recent e-mail from the Association reminds cottagers of lake etiquette and to boat safely and be considerate of the shoreline, specifically peoples’ docks and boats. Don’t drive close to shore unless you have to and if you do: No Wake. Keep an eye out for swimmers and kayakers as there have been close calls reported. There has been quite a flurry of comments on this subject on our Facebook page.
Also, be warned that Conservation Officers have been on the lake recently and they are checking boats for safety gear, boating and fishing licences and drinking.
2018 AGM June 16
Our Annual General Meeting was held June 16 with 33 members in attendance. Mayor Canfield addressed a number of Kenora financing issues and Hardy Bock discussed the LOWDPOA activities. Memberships for 2018 are now due. The 2018 AGM Minutes are posted here. Also, The 2017 AGM minutes can be read here.
2019 Sailing School
Send email to Phil Burns at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about next year. Cost will be about $40. Sail Manitoba, www.sailmanitoba.com/ provides all the equipment and instructors for the two day classes. Participants can expect to receive an introductory session which will teach them the basics of sailing. Those with more experience will learn more advanced techniques once on the water.
2018 Sailing School