Cottagers delighted to be back at resort

White Bear Lake Resort opened on May 30 to cottagers and vacationers. The popular vacation spot had been under limited access to only permanent residents and members of the White Bear First Nations due to the COVID-19 provisions set forth by White Bear First Nations Chief and Council members.

      The resort began allowing local access to cottage owners and seasonal camper lot holders, who had reserved those spaces in the past years. The resort and golf course are open to permanent residents of Saskatchewan only.

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      All gatherings are limited to a maximum of ten people, everyone is expected to follow the physical distancing guidelines set forth by Saskatchewan Health Authority [SHA] and must be adhered to at all times.

      All activities are under SHA guidelines and anyone needing information can go to the SHA website. More information on the activities at the White Bear resort is available on the White Bear Health Facebook page or by calling the White Bear Lake Resort Office.

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