Royal Canadian Mounted Police: Winnipeg — Manitoba RCMP reminds Manitobans to stay safe out on the water as Safe Boating Awareness week is here

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Warmer weather is fast approaching, which means the start of boating season for many Manitobans. The RCMP would like to remind everyone the importance of safety and preparedness before heading out onto the water. As many people take their boats out of winter storage, it is important to ensure it is in proper working order. Boats should be mechanically sound, including all the required safety equipment. Anyone operating a boat with a motor in Canada must possess a Pleasure Craft Operators Card.
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