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Watercraft Inspection Program

The annual aquatic invasive species (AIS) watercraft inspection program is underway for 2022. The program operates from late spring through the summer and into the middle of fall. There is no fee to use this service.

The schedule will be updated on a weekly basis. Updates to the schedule will be posted on the Manitoba government's social media channels.


Reminder:

  • all watercraft must stop at all open watercraft inspection stations for an inspection
  • a watercraft, means a motor boat, sailboat, personal watercraft (Jet SkiŽ), canoe, kayak or other thing designed to transport a person on water
  • set fines for aquatic invasive species (AIS) offences are in effect year-round

The AIS open-water season checklist is step-by-step resource that can help you comply with the Manitoba government's AIS Regulation.


Note:

  • This schedule is subject to change with short notice. Please check the schedule as close as possible to your planned travel time.
  • Decontamination units are generally available at all stations unless otherwise stated or if something occurs beyond our control.

Need a decontamination and a station is not available? Click here to find other decontamination options.



A watercraft inspector conducting a decontamination on a watercraft at the Headingley Watercraft Inspection Station, Headingley, Manitoba.
A watercraft inspector conducting a decontamination on a watercraft at the Headingley Watercraft Inspection Station, Headingley, Manitoba.



Headingley

49°52'39.44" N,    97°25'08.65" W



Grand Rapids

53°11'04.96" N,    99°16'07.26" W



Mulvihill

50°56'41.26" N,    98°09'58.45" W



Selkirk

50°08'59.87" N,    96°51'25.35" W



The Pas

53°57'38.36" N,    101°15'00.43" W



Wabowden

(Tentative)  54°48'02.72" N,    98°47'33.59" W