Evacuation orders are finally being lifted in the Whiteshell area as crews are getting a wildfire under control.
Residents from Caddy Lake, West Hawk Lake and Ingolf, Ontario will be allowed return Tuesday morning, officials announced. Those returning are asked to bring ID and proof of ownership or connection to the property such as a tax bill or mail directed to the property.
Evacuation orders for Nora and Florence Lakes remain in effect.
35 crews and heavy equipment continue to work in the area.
Further north, The Beresford Lake fire is still 750 square kilometres in size, but crews now have it 60 per cent contained.
22 crews, including firefighters from Nova Scotia, are working this fire and sprinkler protection continues on cabins in the area.
The mandatory evacuation of the Beresford cottage subdivision in the Nopiming Provincial Park continues. An evacuation order remains in effect for Wallace Lake, which affects 61 cottages and one lodge.
The Beresford and Wallace lake campgrounds are closed until conditions improve.
Meanwhile, travel and burning permit restrictions in eastern, central and western Manitoba have been lifted, but local municipalities may still implement their own restrictions.