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The following members of Interlake Tourism have moved to the finalist category of the Provincial Tourism Awards. Congratulations to: Narrows West Lodge for Excellence in Marketing Winnipeg Beach Arts & Culture Co-operative for Partnership

Second Interlake member Business is a finalist!

The new Radisson Hecla Oasis Resort has been nominated by the Hotel Association under the Marketing Excellence award.

"Who You Gonna Call?"

ITA members James & Judy Thevenot met with Dan Aykroyd when he visited the Forks Market in Winnipeg recently. James has a fully restored model of the Ghostbuster car (pictured here) and enjoyed the opportunity to show it off in style to Dan.

Travel Mb. Marketing Excellence Award finds its way to the Interlake!

Some may be asking who Chad Olafson is, some may ask where is Narrows West Lodge! Chad & his team has proved that a life-long dream & vision can bve realized when you gather the right team and BELIEVE!

Go big or go home

Olafson looks to transform The Narrows and beyond Posted By Heather Robbins Posted 10 days ago Chad Olafson, the driving force behind Narrows West Lodge and Narrows West Development, has no shortage of experiences, including becoming friends with Sopranos star James Gandolfini. "I met him when he can up here with his brother-in-law and first cousin for a hunting trip," said Olafson. "I knew him when he was a struggling actor. You know, I've thought for a long time if I get caught up, I'd write a book about the crazy things that have happened by me." Until then, the 33-year-old, award-winning Interlake entrepreneur will be busy transforming the Narrows area, northwest of Vogar on Hwy. 68, into a West Interlake tourism destination by completing Narrows West Ranch Estates, a 60-lot cottage development; a 330-lot development where Gandolfini purchased a lot; a $127-million hotel; year-round water park complex; golf course; condominiums; business park and retail mail.

Winnipeg Beach Windfall!

Winnipeg Beach to get $5-million facelift 2009-06-08 Complete: THE province and Ottawa are spending $5 million to build a new campground at Winnipeg Beach featuring wheelchair accessible sites. The provincial park will get 120 new serviced sites with children's play areas, picnic sites and an expanded boardwalk.

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