About Teresa

Teresa Carey is a ceramic artist, writer, photographer, journalist, publisher and nature lover. She lives in Manitoba's Interlake on a small acreage close to the shores of Lake Winnipeg.

New marketing initiative in store for Manitoba’s tourism industry; ‘It’s Manitoba Time’ will be tossed

Published in the Apr. 3, 2013 issue of the Interlake Enterprise, by Teresa Carey… A new way of marketing tourism in Manitoba is about to be unleashed as a part of a rebranding initiative by Travel Manitoba. The old “It’s Manitoba Time” campaign we have all become accustomed to is… Continue reading

Chip Fletcher defends championship belt in Arborg; But it’s goodbye Chip, we’re gonna miss you.

  It was standing room only at the Arborg community Hall, when over 250 people crammed into the north room to take in the Steel Town Pro Wrestling (SPW) night, Mar. 23. This was Chip Fletcher’s last fight in Arborg, and his second last pro wrestling fight, forever. Fletcher’s final… Continue reading

Mayors, Reeves and CAOs hold annual meeting in Arborg; Doors closed on discussions on amalgamation

Appeared in the March 20, 2013 issue of the Interlake Enterprise, by Teresa Carey… The annual meeting of Mayors, Reeves and CAOs, put on by the Association of Manitoba Municipalities, was hosted by the RM of Bifrost this year. The day-long session was held at the Arborg and District Heritage… Continue reading

EICD celebrates the launch of Willow Creek management plan

Appeared in the Mar. 6, 2013 issue of the Interlake Enterprise, by Teresa Carey… After three years of hard work and fine-tuning by an eleven-member team, the Willow Creek Integrated Watershed Management Plan, developed in partnership with the East Interlake Conservation District (EICD), was presented at an official launching at… Continue reading

First ever Fun Dog Show at Silver Hall brings out a good crowd

Article appeared in the Feb. 27, 2013 issue of the Interlake Enteprise, by Teresa Carey…  The town of Silver went to the dogs the afternoon of Feb. 24, but all agreed it was a lot of fun.  Twenty-two dogs, of all sizes and descriptions, congregated with their handlers at the… Continue reading

Questions of “whys” and “hows” raised at amalgamation seminar in Teulon

Article appeared in the Feb. 20, 2013 issue of the Interlake Enterprise…By Teresa Carey…   There are 116 municipalities in Manitoba, with about half of those under 1,000 population, many of them with less than 400 people, and the bulk of these in south western Manitoba. The Province of Manitoba… Continue reading

Lake Winnipeg has been nominated as ‘Threatened Lake of the Year, 2013’

Article appeared in the Jan. 16, 2013 issue of the Interlake Enterprise, by Teresa Carey…   Lake Winnipeg has been nominated as “Threatened Lake of the Year, 2013” by the Living Lakes Canada, an affiliate of the Global Nature Fund (GNF), the organization that created the International Living Lakes network.… Continue reading

CEO of the Interlake-Eastman Regional Health Authority brought to Arborg for a chat

Article appeared in the Jan. 9, 2013 issue of the Interlake Enterprise, by Teresa Carey… The Arborg-Bifrost Community Development Corporation (ABCDC) invited the CEO of the Interlake-Eastman Regional Health Authority, John Stinson, to  a meeting at Arborg’s town office on Dec. 19. The stated purpose of the meeting was to… Continue reading

United Rainbow Singers travel to Ottawa over Christmas to pay respects to Chief Theresa Spence

Article appeared in the Jan. 9, 2013 issue of the Interlake Enterprise, by Teresa Carey… Five members of the United Rainbow Singers, from Peguis First Nation and Fisher River Cree Nation, made a trip to Ottawa over Christmas to pay their respects to Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence, who has been… Continue reading