Little Mountain Park Conservancy       Group Inc.

For The Love of Our Park

For the Protection of Little Mountain Park



Why Should I Care?

LMPCG are asking these Questions


What's at Stake? Who are the Stakeholders?

What would be the effects of the Queens Highway being pushed through a place such as Little Mountain Park.


The Environment: Loss of Habitat, Loss of Green Space

- At Risk or Endangered Plant Life - Lady Slippers, Prairie Clover, Old Mans Beard

- Leopard Frogs and Painted Turtles

- Gophers, Rabbits, Squirrels, Chipmunks - Food Source and Ground Aeration

- Birds of Prey - Hawks, Eagles, Owls

- Native woodland and Tall grass birds



Thank you so much for getting back to us so quickly.  I am very pleased that you will help us attain an ecologically sensitive natural lands assessment and designation for Little Mountain Park.  I am attaching the City’s own protocol as promised.  I will also keep you informed of our work to have the Province do the same.  I appreciate that the City of Winnipeg supports the long term protection and maintenance of Little Mountain Park.  We will keep you informed of developments.



Karen Zoppa, Secretary

Little Mountain Park Conservancy Group, Inc.

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The History of Little Mountain Park:

Once a valuable piece of the fabric of the City of Winnipeg and the home of the Village of Mount Royal Manitoba


Recreational Space:

Both Dog and Non Dog Users of Little Mountain Park for all four seasons

Users of Little Mountain Park:

- Dog Walkers

- Trail Walkers

- Special Needs Groups

- Cubs, Scouts, Girl Guides, Cadets

- Religious Groups

- Special Events