Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 16

Tribune

THE OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER IN THE CANADIAN WEST

The Minnedosa

Since 1883
Volume 137 Issue 1 Friday, March 15, 2019 www.minnedosatribune.com 90 cents plus tax

INSIDE Searching For Literary Treasure


this week

Basketball
Champs
3

STARS a
Valuable
Service in The Minnedosa Rotary Club continues to be an important entity in our community. For over 75 years, the local chapter
Photo by Karen Mitchell

Manitoba of this worldwide organization has given back to numerous entities, many right here in our own community.

8
One of the club’s most successful fundraisers, its annual Book Sale, kicked off this week at the 50+ Centre.
As in years past, eager readers browsed the stacks of donated books in search of their own literary treasure to take home
and enjoy. If you have not yet had a chance to drop in for some book shopping, the Minnedosa Rotary Club’s Book
Sale continues today and will wrap up tomorrow (Saturday, March 16th).

Arena Score Clock Project Receives $20,000 Boost From Province


By DARRYL HOLYK Association which has that Minnedosa Minor operating costs, such as Centre in Rivers.. nity Support Small Grant
been approved to receive Hockey through Skate the a score clock will be cov- “As a resident of a program is intended to

O n Tuesday, March
12th, Riding Moun-
tain MLA, Greg Nesbitt,
$20,000 to assist with the
purchase of a new digital
score clock.
Lake has been support-
ing for two years already,”
said Tanis. “The Commu-
ered already as this item
will move into the MREC
arena.”
rural community, I know
how important the local
arenas are to the lives of
support community-
driven projects that have
benefit to the public. The
announced funding for Upon hearing the nity Support Small Grant The second applicant our youth, adults and se- program is available to
enhancements to two rec- announcement, Tanis funds bring the fundrais- to receive funding in the niors,” said MLA Nesbitt. non-profit and commu-
reation facilities within Barrett of the local Mi- ing for this $60,000 proj- Riding Mountain constit- “I’m pleased to be able to nity-led organizations for
his constituency under nor Arena Association ect very close to comple- uency will be the Rivers announce these grants on funding up to a maximum
the Community Support commented how pleased tion. As we contemplate Curling Club which will behalf of the Minister of of $20,000. Successful ap-
Small Grant program. they are to receive grant moving into a new arena also see a grant of $20,000 Municipal Relations, the plicants are required to
One of the successful funding for the digital dis- in the next couple of to assist with the purchase Honourable Jeff Whar- provide a minimum ten
funding applicants is the play board project. “This years, it is exciting to of a new sound system for ton.” percent matching fund-
Minnedosa Minor Arena is an important project know that some of the the Riverdale Community Manitoba’s Commu- ing for their project.
2 Friday, March 15, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Rolling River School Division Presents Budget


By KAREN MITCHELL ad which appeared in The make up 59% of total staff- require special bathrooms,
Tribune a few weeks ago, ing) and student computer change room, etc), which

O n Wednesday March
6th, the Rolling River
School Division hosted its
some noteworthy budget
highlights outlined within
the presentation included;
technology equipment
throughout the year. An
increase will be seen with
is approved and will begin
in summer 2019. Building
Envelop Upgrade (exterior,
annual 2019/20 budget Division Enrollment benefits expense (pension, insulation, vapor barrier,
presentation. The presen- is expected to total 1,790 WCB, CPP), fees to other etc) for MCI has been re-
tation included a detailed students, an increase of 35 school divisions for pro- quested and pending and
outline of the overall fi- students from the 2018/19 grams not offered within a gym floor replacement
nancial plan of the division year and an increase of the division (vocational which is pending within
followed by a question and 89 students from 2015/16 and French immersion) two to three years. Tan-
answer period. year. and for utilities and fuel ner’s Crossing School is
The Portioned As- The overall 2019/20 expenses (increased car- listed under heating/air
sessment (value of tax- budget comes in at bon tax impact) equaling handling system upgrades
able property within the $24,780,930. The Divi- a 0.1% decrease ($31,070) which has been requested
Dvision) has seen an in- sion managed to create overall. and pending.
crease of 1.4% and totals a balanced budget by Under Capital Proj- Looking back at
$1,060,013,960. The Mill sharpening their pen- ects (five-year capital plan how the budgets have
(tax) Rate is proposed at cils and implementing requests) Minnedosa Col- changed over time; the
11.5 which is a decrease a 0.1% decrease on both legiate is on the books for 1989/90 budget totaled
of 1.1%. The Special Levy revenue and expenditure several renovations includ- $10,195,577.00 which
(local school tax raised sides. Provincial funding ing; a Grooming Room (a was a 3.7% increase from actly on par with the 1988 which was a 4.49% in-
through property taxation has seen a 2.0% decrease room accommodated for 1988. The Special Levy was budget. The 2009/10 bud- crease from 2008.
and levied by the school meaning Rolling River will special needs students and $2,631,424 which was ex- get totaled $20,479,975.00
division) is proposed at receive $9,604,612 this

Rockin The Fields Gives Back


$12,194,270 which is an in- year.
crease of 2.5%. Expenditures will see
In addition to the in- a decrease of 2.25 full time
formation presented in the equivalent instructional
RRSD proposed budget staff (instructional staff
BY KAREN MITCHELL of the orga- Club. There Grad.
nizations in- is also a “We get a lot of re-

W ith 2019 marking the


16th year for Rockin
the Fields of Minnedosa
clude, but are
not limited
to; Minnedo-
yearly $500
scholar-
ship pre-
quests to support different
initiatives in Minnedosa
or surrounding areas such
Strathclair Drama Club (RFM), the organization
showcases the meaning of
sa Bombers
Hockey Club,
sented to a
graduating
as benefit socials and golf
tournaments,” said RFM
presents its 37th annual production giving back. Mi n n e d o s a MCI stu- President, Alan Logan,
After 15 years, the or- Golf Club, dent who is “We will always try to sup-
ganization has contributed Little River Game and Fish, furthering their education port as many of these as
over $225,000 to local clubs Minnedosa Rotary Club, in the music field. we can. We at Rockin the
and service groups, not Minnedosa Lions Club, Several organiza- Fields feel it is important
to mention the volunteer Clanwilliam Group, Can- tions also utilize the RFM to give back because we
hours put in to assist with cer Band Jam and Valley site, which is located just are supporting the groups
community events. Some Snow Hawks Snowmobile outside of Minnedosa on and organizations as well
Highway #262, including as the community and its
Relay for Life and MCI Safe people.”

Are you…….
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
By L. Frank Baum with music and lyrics by Harold Arlen and E. Y. Harburg
Between the ages of 18 and 29?
Unemployed or underemployed? Sunday, March 17th
Having difficulty finding or keeping a job?
Background music by Herbert Stothart. Dance and vocal arrangements by Peter
Howard. Orchestration by Larry Wilcox. Adapted by John Kane for the Royal Wanting to learn new job search skills to obtain employment?
Shakespeare Company. Based upon the classic motion picture owned by Turner
Entertainment Co. and distributed in all media by Warner Bros. The Wizard of Oz
is presented by arrangement with TAMS-WITMARK, www.tamswitmark.com Then Skills for Change is the program for you!

April 22-27, 2019


Brought to you by: Yellowhead Regional Employment Skills & Services (YRESS)

Bend Theatre, Strathclair Throughout this FREE, 8-day course, you will receive training in: Spring intake for Minnedosa Rec
Commission Sports Dinner Grant
7:30 p.m. nightly Resume / Cover Letter Writing
Job Search Techniques
Customer Service Training
Food Handlers Certification applications is now underway until
Interview Preparation CPR / First Aid
Employability Skills WHMIS April 11th, 2019.
Tickets go on sale Applications can be found online at
Saturday, March 23
Skills for Change
minnedosarecreation.com or by stopping
April 1 – 12, 2019
by the Rec Commission Office
10 a.m.-4 p.m. Please contact YRESS to register:
133 Main Street, Minnedosa Applications accepted by:
Phone 204-365-2436 (204) 867-2833 * yress@wcgwave.ca
Fax | 204-867-3171
Email | minrec@mts.net
Main floor, $20; balcony, $15.
PAYMENT BY CASH, CHEQUE OR E-TRANSFER
Mail | Box 1259
Minnedosa, MB
Box office hours March 24-April 20: R0J 1E0
10 a.m.-2 p.m., Monday-Friday. Funding Provided By: In Person | 39C Main Street S, Minnedosa
The Government of Canada
Please leave message, waiting list available. The Manitoba government
(52-4)
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, March 15, 2019 3

Local Athletes Do TCS Boys Earn Gold


Well At Winter Games
By KAREN MITCHELL

O n February 22nd to
24th 47 athletes and
14 staff from the Westman
region travelled to Win-
nipeg to participate in the
Special Olympics Provin-
cial Winter Games. Com-
munities which make up
the Westman region of
Special Olympics include
Brandon, Minnedosa,
Virden and Boissevain.
Participants from
Minnedosa included bowl-
ers; Cory Bouchard, Jason
Camp, Cameron Schmidt,
Jordan Shand, coach Jean Photo by Karen Mitchell
Hachkowski and mission Back Row (L-R):  Coach Matt Rapsky, Ty Roulette, Hayden Loewen,
staff Trudy Adamson. Cory Photo submitted Thomas-Maxime Hansen, Bryson Mitchell. Front Row (L-R):  Slade Fleury,
and Jason received Bronze Harry Cornish, Blaze Bruce and Kyan Nemetchek.
in each of their respective snowshoeing and speed The Minnedosa Spe-
divisions, Jordan placed skating. cial Olympic bowlers
By KAREN MITCHELL The boys won the AA Boys games, securing second
fourth in his division and Special Olympic practice every Wednesday
Championships to end off place. Minnedosa was ab-
Manitoba will be selecting evening from September
O
Cameron placed seventh n Thursday, March their Junior High Season. solutely well represented
in his division. athletes, based on score, to April. There will be a fun
7th, the Tanner’s The combined grade throughout the day on all
Some of the events to travel to the National tournament held on April
Crossing School grade seven and eight girls team, levels. A huge congratula-
that featured during the Summer Games held in 6th in Brandon to wrap
seven and eight boys and along with the grade sev- tions to all of the players
three-day Winter Games Thunder Bay in March up the season. Congratu-
girls were busy playing en boys team also made for their hard work and
included five-pin bowling, 2020. It has not yet been lations to the four local
their heart out on the bas- it to their championship great season!
alpine skiing, curling, floor determined who will be bowlers!
ketball court during the
hockey, Nordic skiing, selected.
Rolling River Junior High
Basketball Tournaments.
The girls tournament was Fundraising Pancake Breakfast
Running on
SHOP LOCAL AND HELP YOUR
Empty?
held in Minnedosa and the
boys tournament was held OTTAWA BOUND BOWLING
Print jobs can take up to in Forrest. Sunday, March 17th
BUSINESSES SUPPORT 2-3 weeks to complete. The grade eight boys
Fill up before you run out! 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
YOUR COMMUNITY! team, coached by Matt

When you support the businesses in your


Minnedosa Tribune
204-867-3816
Rapsky, played their first at Minnedosa Curling Club
game against Forrest de-
home community, those businesses can adsales@minnedosatribune.com
feating them with a score PANCAKES, BACON, SAUSAGES, SCRAMBLED
return the favour by providing donations of 53 to 34. The second EGGS, MUFFINS, JUICE, COFFEE/TEA
and sponsorships to events, attractions,
programs and athletics in your
game was played against
Rivers with a score of 47
$10.00 per plate or
$5.00 for 12 and Under
community. Without your support,
those businesses cannot give to 13. The championship
back to the things which make game against Forrest was All proceeds in the aid of Manitoba 5 pin provincial
a community a great place to live! an intense match ending championship bowlers advancing to 2019 National
in a victory for Minnedosa Championship in Ottawa, Ontario
with a score of 46 to 25.

Craig Frondall
Bus Tours Destinations Plus 2019 Bus Trips 204-476-4777
2019 DATE EVENT INFORMATION
craig.frondall@century21.ca
http://www.century21.ca/craig.frondall
After 10 of the WHEN GOING OUT OF PROVINCE WE RECOMMEND
same price PURCHASING TRAVEL INSURANCE
trips excluding March 21st - 22nd Winnipeg Casinos & Jailhouse Rock
Celebrations Dinner
tickets you will be Theatre
$155.00
entitled to a FREE March 31st - Skydancer Casino $100 FREE play. $100 a day
trip with us! April 2nd $175.00 exchange
216 3rd Avenue S.W. - MINNEDOSA 142 Main Street N.W. - NEWDALE
April 17th Kinky Boots This neat and tidy 2 bedroom bungalow on a large lot is now Check out this cozy two bedroom home with wrap around
Limited Tickets.
$169.00
1-800-431-4442 available. Featuring a 830 sq. ft. home close to downtown deck in the quiet town of Newdale. Well kept with many
204-867-5777 Southbeach Casino $20 FREE play. 1/2 off meal with many upgrades including newer windows upstairs, upgrades including updated electrical panel, newer high
May 1st - 2nd new basement windows in 2014, recent shingles, siding and efficiency furnace and new kitchen counter tops.
$105.00 coupon.
stcia@mts.net beautiful landscaped deck. This property has a very private Much cheaper than rent. A great starteer home close to
May 8th Stars on Ice
www.sharontandc.com $99.00
back yard with a view. A must see for starter home, retired Minnedosa and Shoal Lake.
Box 1500 couple or small family. Full unfinished basement waiting for MLS# 1902826 $34,900
your finishing touches. Has 12 x 20 detached block garage.
Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 DROP IN OR CALL US FOR ADDITIONAL 2019 BUS LISTINGS MLS# 1903672 $165,000
V
Viewpoint
4 Friday, March 15, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Around “I Don’t Want Any Eggs!”


Editor’s Note: This week’s Viewpoint comes from our stop thinking about how abrupt and coarse she

Town...
regular food columnist, Chef Dez. This week’s article is a responded to the server. The exchanges be-
little different but struck a chord with me. His column be- tween her and the server afterwards were accept-
low is something I could have written myself as my own able: nothing overly friendly, but not rude either.
viewpoint, as it is something I can personally relate to Maybe I’m overreacting? I replayed the incident in my
and something I think many people can relate to. We all mind. No, not at all - her demeanor was very abrupt and
By Darryl Holyk need to be aware of what we say to others and how we say almost demanding in that exchange. Maybe she didn’t re-
it… sometimes our comments and tone can come off as alize? We all have those moments I guess, when we react
extremely rude, ignorant and/or demanding. Sometimes to a situation and then in hindsight, we realize the error
Happy Birthday to us… we mean it that way and other times we are just misun- of our ways. If she was feeling any regret however, there
With today’s edition, The Minnedosa Tribune derstood for whatever reason. Wouldn’t it be great if ev- was no inkling of it to anyone else. Maybe she was embar-
marks its 136th anniversary, making it not only eryone could just treat one other with some respect and rassed with her response and just wanted to forget about it.
Minnedosa’s oldest business but also the oldest understanding? I’m sorry if I am being oversensitive about this... I mean,
weekly newspaper west of Ontario. The first edition it was just one sentence... just one brief interaction that
of The Tribune rolled off the presses in March 1883 By CHEF DEZ didn’t even involve me. Maybe I am overanalyzing this?
under the watchful eye of our founder, William Gib- Just like we have the free will to make choices in what
bens. With the continued support of our advertisers,
subscribers and print customers, we hope to contin-
ue covering local happenings and supporting com-
E verything we do is a choice. From the moment we
awake in the morning until the time we come to
the day’s end: we choose everything we do and the
we do and how we act, we can also choose to learn and
grow. The interaction I witnessed, and this correspond-
ing column entry, is not meant to be judgmental. It’s not
munity events through sponsorships and donations way we react to every situation. Obviously in  some meant to single out and prosecute anyone. I am merely
for many years to come! situations  it is  easier to control our actions more  than using this as a reminder to myself to be aware of my dis-
in  others, but they are all still the  choices we make. position when interacting with others, and if this seems
One morning while traveling for business, I was en- of value, then I am offering it to you as well. We are all
Off to a good start… joying a lovely breakfast at a hotel restaurant - no, not on this journey together. I believe that we should travel
Recently opened Boho Soul Market in Minnedo- a substandard, run-of-the-mill, free motel-type break- through these lifetimes with our eyes wide open; not only
sa was recently listed as number one in Travel Mani- fast buffet of cold cereals and toast. This was  a dining embracing the encounters we have with others, but also
toba’s 11 Yummy Places to Eat and Drink this Spring. room setting in a restaurant at a historic mansion trans- making sure that we seize any opportunity we can to lead
The list was made by Breanne Sewards, a content formed into a heritage house hotel; a very pleasing at- a full and selfless life. Only good can come from making
specialist for Travel Manitoba. Other communities mosphere.  Included with your stay each morning you someone smile... there is no harm to us for doing so... it
which feature businesses on the list include Hecla, were treated to  a choice of three breakfast entrées in doesn’t cost us anything of monetary value... and it will
Grunthal, Morden, Gretna and Winnipeg. their restaurant. I chose the “classic” breakfast of eggs only spread love and joy.
(prepared any way you  like), hash browns, sausages or We all make mistakes. I know I have made my share
bacon, and toast with an array of preserves to choose of them. Sometimes I get carried away with the way I act
Heritage numbers… from. As I was alternating between tastes of my break- and at the moment it is hard for me to see how my actions
Canadian Heritage recently released the latest fast with sips of coffee and glances at the morning news- are perhaps affecting someone else. But it is in our aware-
stats for heritage institutions including museums, paper, an older couple were seated at the table next to ness of these blunders that we can overcome and help to
archives, historic sites, zoos, botanical gardens and me. They seemed cheerful enough  as they exchanged reverse any negativity we may have unintentionally cre-
art galleries. The Heritage workforce is a $2.53 bil- morning pleasantries with each other. After being seat- ated in the first place. Apologies and kindness are worth
lion entity in Canada with 36,323 paid workers and ed by the hostess, their server came to take their orders. their weight in gold.
115,650 volunteers who have given 6.6 million vol- “I’ll have the classic breakfast,” the woman said. Everything happens for a reason. I am a sensitive guy,
unteer hours! Heritage remains a very valuable and “How would you like your eggs done?” asked the server. and my emotions and my internal analytical processes of
important part of our Canadian culture. “I don’t want any eggs!” she sharply replied. This my ways of thinking get the best of me sometimes; I get
caught my attention. The pleasurable ambiance bub- that. However, there is an opportunity to learn and grow
ble had popped. She was  very  stern with her reply. in every situation, and I try my best to do that.  I hope
“Oh, okay,” he responded, “sausages or bacon?” that  the server did not let  this affect him in a negative
and he continued with taking her order before way, and I hope that woman went on to have a wonderful
Tribune Founder proceeding with doing the same for her partner. day. I also hope that my awareness of little inconspicu-
I thought to myself: What had just happened there? She ous things in the future continues to allow me to generate
William Gibbens
seemed amiable enough prior to that, and the conver- positive observations and outcomes.
Born - 1854 at London, England sation with her partner afterwards seemed very cordial. Do me a favour: make someone smile today... heck,
Died - February 20, 1932 Was she having a bad morning? It didn’t seem like  she make 10 people smile today! What have you got to lose?
at Cornwall, Ontario was otherwise. In the meantime, Happy Living, and of course Happy
As I continued with my breakfast I couldn’t Cooking!

The Minnedosa Tribune Ltd. The Minnedosa Tribune is independently owned and is the The Minnedosa Tribune Ltd. does
oldest weekly newspaper in the Canadian West and has guarantee the publication of all submitted articles and
not

published continuously from the same premises since photographs. These submissions, are at the discretion of the
Box 930 Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
March of 1883. publisher and will appear as space permits. The Minnedosa
Published Friday of each week from the premises of
The Minnedosa Tribune Ltd. 14 - 3rd Ave. S.W. E-Mail Addresses: Tribune reserves the right to edit any submission as deemed
Minnedosa, MB. R0J 1E0 necessary by the publisher.
General: editor@minnedosatribune.com
Member of Manitoba Community Newspapers Association We are not responsible for fax transmissions or email
News Stories: reporter@minnedosatribune.com
and Newspapers Canada submissions that are not received. To guarantee that such
Ads/printing: adsales@minnedosatribune.com submissions have been received please confirm with a phone
Audited twice a year by Canadian Media Circulation Audit
Classifieds/Accounts: class@minnedosatribune.com call or in person.
Phone: (204) 867-3816
www.minnedosatribune.com
All contents copyright 2019
Fax: (204) 867-5171
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, March 15, 2019 5

Budget 2019: Promise Made, Promise Kept

Under The Dome


in health, education and
families.
Health spending will
care spaces across Mani-
toba.
Budget 2019 is a very Ye O l d
Trib
By increase by $118 million detailed document and
this year to $6.19 billion, I encourage you to go to
GREG NESBITT which is $500 million more manitoba.ca/budget2019
Riding Mountain MLA than the NDP spent in to read the details for each
their last year in office. The department of govern-
myth of cuts to health care ment.
being spread by unions Here are a few more

I am proud to be a mem-
ber of a government that
keeps its promises.
chases. This reduction
will save them over $130
million annually. It is esti-
and the NDP is just that.
More money is being spent
on health care, and a job is
highlights that will directly
benefit residents of the
Riding Mountain constitu- 1889 - Rapid City now has a private bank. Mr. D.A.
Prior to the 2016 mated that up to half of the available for every nurse ency: Hopper is the banker.
election, the Progressive business savings will be who wants one. • The Young Farmer
Conservative party told passed on to consumers, However, we are not Rebate Program, which is 1899 – The Dominion Government has decided to
Manitoba residents that, if which will benefit the av- just spending more, but intended to help address send mail to points along the Great West Central Rail-
elected, it would roll back erage family of four by an getting better results, with the rising costs of starting a way three times a week. The stage line from Brandon
the Provincial Sales Tax additional $170 per year. lower wait times to see farm operation, will be en- will continue to run to Rapid City the other three days
(PST) to seven per cent be- Municipalities, school a doctor in emergency hanced with a 32 per cent a week so that the town will have its daily mail service.
fore the end of its first term divisions, post-second- rooms. As well, the total increase in funding to $2
in office. ary institutions, Regional number of nurses and doc- million.
Budget 2019 delivered Health Authorities and
1909 – A steel railway bridge over the river had been
tors working in Manitoba • Municipalities will spoken of but the old one seems good enough for our
on that promise with the other government agen- has increased year over continue to receive en- town. The CPR has put in new piles and made it good
announcement that the cies are expected to save year. hanced basket funding, enough for next seasons traffic.
PST will drop by one per- a total of $90 million with The fee to call an am- which allows councils to
centage point to seven per the reduced PST. These bulance is reduced to $250 decide where the money
cent on July 1st of this year. savings will help local gov- in Budget 2019. To put this they receive is best spent. 1959 – Preparations are underway to supply
It is significant that the ernments and school divi- in perspective, when we As well, $10 million has Minnedosa with a lifeguard for the summer and have
reduction will happen on sions balance their bud- formed government the been allocated for mu- extended swimming classes this summer. Of 127 swim-
July 1st, as that is the date gets without raising taxes basic fee to call an ambu- nicipal bridges and roads – ming class entries last year, only 17 pupils passed.
in 2013 that the previous on Manitobans. lance was $522, and we something municipalities
NDP government raised The basic personal ex- have lowered it three times had been calling for. 1969 – A total of $613 in pledges was realized from
the tax to eight per cent emption will be increased, since we were elected. • Budget 2019 calls the CKDM Talent Night sponsored by the Minendosa
after promising during the and tax brackets indexed, As part of our plan for for spending of more Band Committee. First place in popularity went to the
2011 election they would saving Manitobans $36 residents to access Better than $1 billion on strate- United Church Junior Choir led by Jean Stephenson
not raise the PST. The in- million in 2019-20. Almost Care Sooner, the budget gic infrastructure such as with Bill Grysiuk in second with a dulcimer solo. In the
crease came on the heels 8,000 people will be re- provides for the hiring of roads and bridges, water talent department, first place went to Bill Holmes for
of the NDP deciding to add moved from the tax rolls 35 additional full-time pri- and wastewater projects, his clarinet solo the “The Cosy Company” rock and roll
the PST to more goods and with the higher basic per- mary care paramedics, as flood protection, hospi- group in second. Band members include Barry Kille,
services, including home sonal exemption. well as setting aside fund- tals, schools, universities Glen Strong, Ron Sweeting and Brent Enquist.
insurance. Budget 2019 is fore- ing to purchase 65 new and colleges. Of this, $350
This PST cut will save casting a deficit of $360 ambulances. million is earmarked for
Manitobans an estimated million, which is $161 mil- Primary and second- highways projects, includ- 1979 – Morris Rodweeder has announced that
$237 million in the nine lion less than was forecast ary school funding will in- ing the reconstruction and Minnedosa’s Bayes Equipment has been named the
months of the 2019-20 in Budget 2018. crease by $6.6 million. As paving of Highway #21 top dealer in Manitoba for the fifth consecutive year.
budget year, and $325 mil- After inheriting a defi- well, capital funding will south of Shoal Lake. A fur-
lion over a full one-year cit of $932 million when be increased by $56 mil- ther $45 million has been 1989 – Town Council will grant the Chamber of
period. we took office, our gov- lion to support structural allocated for highways and Commerce $7,000 for a one-year term for the Cham-
This is the largest tax ernment has reduced the repairs, roof replacements, roads during Manitoba’s ber to take over the duties of the Industrial Commis-
cut in Manitoba history, deficit each and every year new mechanical systems 150th birthday in 2020. sion, take charge of the tourist booth and promotional
and will benefit families, due to prudent fiscal man- and accessibility projects Prior to being elected activities.
businesses and local gov- agement and shopping in schools across the prov- our PC Team promised to
ernments. smarter. Left unchecked, ince. fix the finances, repair the
A single individual is and without the promises
1999 – The Town of Minnedosa saw a surplus of
Funding of $1.4 mil- services and rebuild the $51,742.23 in 1998. The utility operating fund experi-
expected to save $180 per the NDP made during the lion has been earmarked economy of Manitoba. enced an operating deficit of $31,947.67 primarily due
year, while a family of four last election campaign, the for operating support for I am proud to say we to increased operating costs for the new water treat-
will save approximately deficit was forecast to rise an additional 496 child are Getting the Job Done. ment plant.
$500. This is more money to $1.7 billion in the 2019-
on your kitchen table that 20 budget year.
you can make the choice Cutting the PST and
on where to spend – not reducing the deficit is hap-
the government. pening at the same time as Letters to the Editor
Manitoba busineses our government is mak-
pay PST on all their pur- ing record expenditures The Minnedosa Tribune welcomes Letters to the
Editor. All letters must include the writers full name,
address, and telephone number. Only the writer’s

Dr. Derek Papegnies


name will be published; address and phone number
are required for confirmation. Anonymous letters will

People's Party of Canada


not be published. Letters that are deemed libelous,
in bad taste, or describe an incident involving other
OPTOMETRIST people, will not be published.
The People's Party of Canada is building support in The Minnedosa Tribune reserves the right to
the Dauphin - Swan River - Neepawa constituency.
Send an email to ppc@dougmcphee.ca to find
edit letters based on taste, legality, clarity, and
out more about the People's Party of Canada. length. Letters to the Editor can be submitted in
Public meetings will be planned for areas that 129-2nd Avenue S.W., Minnedosa, MB person, sent by mail to Box 930, Minnedosa, MB
show the greatest interest. FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL: R0J 1E0, by fax (204) 867-5171, or by email to
http://ppc-dauphin-swanriver-neepawa.ca 204-867-2455 editor@minnedosatribune.com
6 Friday, March 15, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

81 Projects at TCS Science Fair


Editor’s Note: While we scientists, their teachers Grade Seven and Eight
would love to showcase and parents to make the level, Gold went to “Bean
and recognize the young science fair a success. Stu- There Dione That”, Silver
scientists involved in the dents who take the time to to “Going Head to Head
recent TCS Science Fair, submit a project will have with a Beta Fish”, Bronze to
we have been asked by had the opportunity to ex- “Filtration Sensation” and
school administration not perience some of the best an Honorable Mention to
to name the students in- scientific inquiry possible. “Milk into Plastic”.
volved in the science fair. Kudos to you all! In the Grade Five and
Below is the basic science The Science Fair judg- Six category, Gold went
fair information we have es included Marcy Nylen- to “How to Grow a Crys-
been provided to share Nemetchek, Elin Klym, tal Garden”, Silver to “The
with our readers. Susan Proven, Rick Bil- Science of Solar Panels”,
cowski, Jack Coulson, Gary Bronze to “Red Lights vs
SUBMITTED Garbolinsky, Jim Comrie, Blue Lights” with an Hon-
Barrie Brooking and Karin orable Mention to “Which

T he annual Tanner’s
Crossing School Sci-
ence Fair at took place on
Heward. They did a phe-
nomenal job and enjoyed
being able to have the op-
Table Holds the Most
Weight”.
Mrs. Madill’s Grade
Friday, March 1st. There portunity to judge the vari- Two Class was also recog-
was a total of 81 projects ous projects. nized for its submission, Photo by Karen Mitchell
submitted for judging. A By the end of the day, “Hot Wheels”.
lot of hard work, time and the judges had determined Winners of the TCS Science Fair.
creativity was put in by the best of the best. At the

Reena’s Tips and Helpful Hints


Dear Reena, Rinse with white vinegar. Dear Ruth, building supply dealer and Aqua Seal before applying doors that I would like to
The inside walls of Lay crumpled alumi- applied according to direc- the proper paint. Follow- clean. Benjamin
my toaster oven are alu- Hi Reena, num foil in a baking pan. tions. It does not seem to ing that, talk to your local
minum; how do I clean Several years ago, I Place the jewelry onto the be working, and the paint hardware store about the Dear Benjamin,
them? I’ve tried S.O.S pads purchased a lovely silver foil. Pour hot water into is coming off in patches. best epoxy paint to use on Squeaky Clean Win-
with no success. Fern earring and necklace set the pan and add 1 tbsp. I believe the problem is the floor. dow Cleaner Recipe: In
in Asia. Both have now be- salt. Soak silver for five dampness coming from a spray bottle, combine
Dear Fern, come quite tarnished. The minutes. and polish. underneath. Holly Dear Reena, 1 tsp. (5 mL) inexpensive
Clean the interior person at the jewelry said You published a shampoo or dish soap,
walls of a toaster oven with I would have to have them Dear Reena, Dear Holly, household recipe for one quarter cup (60 mL)
a mixture of 50/50 vinegar, re-plated at a cost that was I’m sure that I read This is a common cleaning windows and rubbing alcohol and fill
baking soda and a green considerably more than something in a past col- problem in basements glass. Unfortunately, I’ve remaining portion of the
scrubby pad. A combina- what I paid for them. Is umn of yours regarding that were not been sealed misplaced the article. bottle with white vinegar.
tion of the two creates a there any other way that I painting basement floors. before painting. Consider Would you be so kind as Spray and wipe. (Taken
powerful cleaner. If the can get rid of the tarnish? Ours is cement, and the sanding off the peeling to let me know what the from: Household Solu-
baking soda is not strong Ruth finish used was recom- paint and then applying ingredients are as I have tions with Kitchen Secrets)
enough, use washing soda. mended by our local a sealing product such as some glass tables and

business of
the month
Minnedosa Chamber of
Commerce
thanks this business for its’ contribution to
the business community
March 2019
Farmhouse 50

The Minnedosa Chamber of Commerce Business of the


Month for March is Farmhouse 50. Meaghan and Jamie Cann,
owners and operators, opened the doors to Farmhouse 50 on
June 28th, 2018. Located at 50 Main Street, the coffeeshop,
eatery and storehouse has ten employees currently and is
open seven days a week. Along with good food and drink,
the business also offers hand crafted, locally made products
for sale by a variety of vendors and an upper level Bed and
Breakfast that was recently renovated and remodeled.
Minnedosa Chamber of Commerce AGM
Thursday, March 28th at 12 noon
at Golf and Curling Complex
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, March 15, 2019 7

Wozney Sisters Receive Yes I Can Award


the provision of a free and band concerts, field trips
appropriate education for and taking lunch orders for
all individuals. the school cafeteria. She
Submitted to the uses a Big Mac switch to
MCEC by Tanner’s Cross- interact with others, ask-
ing School, short write-ups ing questions and sharing
summarize the true spirit jokes or poems. While aca-
of each young lady; demic programming dif-
Mackenzie Wozney is fers from her classmates,
a vibrant and active grade a spirit of inclusion exists
eight Tanners Crossing among the students in her
student. She is presently school. Mackenzie has
working hard to achieve shown fortitude during her
independence in mak- school career and is truly a
ing her wants and needs deserving candidate for a
known. Mackenzie par- Yes I Can Award.
ticipated in Environmental Skylar Wozney is a
Communication Training student who is completely
and now uses visual sym- integrated in her grade
Photo submitted bols to navigate her day. six classroom at Tanners Photo submitted
She greets everyone with Crossing. She completed
By KAREN MITCHELL viduals have a right to an a mischievous smile and all curricular outcomes or echoing others to en- canteen orders. Skylar has
education; all individuals expresses her feeling and with her classmates at gaging in conversations progressed from someone

T wo local students were have the ability to learn ideas using augmentative the level at which she can about facts and interests. needing full support to a
presented the Yes I Can and attain self-fulfillment; communication devices. achieve success. Through- She works hard at under- student requirement limit-
Award at a presentation participation of individu- Mackenzie participates out her school experience, standing and implement- ed support in all academic
held on February 28th in als with exceptionalities alongside her peers in she has had a tenacious ing the complex rules of activities with her peers.
Winnipeg. Sisters, Mack- enriches all communi- many activities including desire for independence. If social interaction. Skylar’s She is a most deserving
enzie and Skylar Wozney ties; education is a collab- a task needed to be done, enthusiastic personality is candidate for this Yes I Can

Bridge Club
embody the true meaning orative process involving she would find a way to evident, she loves to joke Award.
of what this award is all learners, educators, fami- do it. Skylar’s communi- and tease those around A huge accomplish-
about. lies, communities, gov- her. She helps out wher- ment to two well deserving
Results
cation skills have evolved
The Manitoba Council ernments, businesses and from uttering single words ever needed and regularly students!
for Exceptional Children industries; qualified pro- volunteers to take school
(MCEC) is a professional fessionals are essential to March 7th
organization dedicated to meeting the diverse learn-
improving the quality of ing needs of all individu- 1st - Evelyn Neufeld /
education for exceptional als; all persons working in Jean Garbolinsky
children and youth with a the field of education have 2nd - Mel Harvey /
range of abilities and dis- a continuing responsibility Wilf Taylor
abilities. to improve their practices; 3rd - Val St.John /
The core beliefs of the and governments have the Linda Vint
organization are; all indi- responsibility to ensure

BUDGET 2019:
GETTING THE
JOB DONE
Budget 2019 is on track to making life
more affordable for Manitobans.

7
The Manitoba government is keeping promises

%
19033gm9
and giving Manitobans the break they deserve by
reducing the provincial sales tax (PST) to

PST
seven per cent.
In five years’ time, that will save an average family
of four, more than $3,000.
The drop will also stimulate labour income by nearly $50 million
per year, contributing to the growth of wages and salaries.
To learn ALL the details of this year’s budget and what it means
to you and your family, visit manitoba.ca.
8 Friday, March 15, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

An Inside View of STARS


By KAREN MITCHELL radio and give them pre- to there not being a perma-
liminary information on nent helipad located at the

W hen a tragedy occurs,


it is everyone’s hope
that life saving measures
the call. For example, they
will say STAR 7, we have a
scene call to atlas key map
Minnedosa hospital. This
current landing location
currently adds an addition
occur as quickly as possi- 43, can you accept the mis- twenty to thirty minutes to
ble. From first responders, sion? Our dispatch map is a call as ambulance atten-
ambulance attendants, broken into 111 grids. Grid dants need to transport the
hospital staff, etc. multiple 43, which I referenced, is patient to the air ambu-
people work together as where Minnedosa is locat- lance location. Preliminary
a team to ensure the best ed. discussions around what it
care possible for their pa- At this point our pilots would take to install a per-
tients. STARS air ambu- will do a weather check to manent helipad at the hos-
lance is another extremely ensure that they can get to pital did occur during the
important member of the site of the emergency council meeting.
that team and ensure they and the return destination Saxton explained,
consistently are providing safely. They are not told “Helipads are built under
the safest care they can to any further details about the leadership of Mani-
those in need. the call prior to accept- toba Health, regulated by
Chad Saxon, Commu- ing the mission so that the Transport Canada and
nications Lead for Mani- decision is based solely Photo submitted used by STARS, however
toba STARS, explained, in on safety, not the severity we are not involved in the
detail, the process within of the emergency. To en- an incident involving a life support training. Our gin the work of providing fundraising or mainte-
the system when an acci- sure the greatest level of child or if someone were transport physician pro- critical care and stabilizing nance. Typically, the funds
dent occurs. safety on each STARS mis- ejected from a vehicle for vides oversight on every the patient. Their goal is to are raised by the local hos-
“In Manitoba STARS is sion, two pilots - a captain example. There are quite mission but will only fly have the patient stabilized pital foundations or local
dispatched by the Medical and a first officer - are re- a few reasons we would be when needed, which is on and ready for transport in- municipalities. We are able
Transportation Coordina- quired to fly the helicopter. auto-launched but those roughly five to 10 per cent side of an hour. Thanks to to land on grass. However,
tion Centre (MTCC), which On any given mission one are three common ones. of missions. our many supporters the a decision was made that
is located in Brandon. Dur- pilot will be in charge of When they are placed on When the decision is back of our helicopter is es- we would land at the local
ing a call they also provide flying while the other will standby, that is to allow eventually made to dis- sentially a flying intensive airport until a permanent
coordination between our serve as the safety pilot. our air medical crew and patch the helicopter our care unit and the patient solution was reached.”
helicopter, transport phy- Among the many duties transport physician to pilots and air medical is able to receive advanced Penny Gilson, CEO,
sician and first responders of the safety pilot they en- speak with first respond- crew, which is comprised care from the moment we Prairie Mountain Health,
at the scene or in the case sure that no one acciden- ers at the scene (or doctors of a flight nurse and flight land until we reach hospi- reported “Regardless of
of an inter-facility transfer, tally walks in the rear ro- and nurses in the case of paramedic, will go through tal. When the helicopter where STARS lands, Prairie
the hospital. When MTCC tor. They also handle the an inter-facility transport) their final preparations. returns to Winnipeg, they Mountain Health (PMH)
receives a call which weather checks. to gather all pertinent in- The typical time from dis- will take the majority of is grateful that PMH resi-
STARS may be dispatched Once they accept the formation and determine patch to take off is 7-8 min- patients to the Health Sci- dents have access to this
to, we get a pre-alert which mission, MTCC will either whether or not STARS is utes during the day and 10 ences Centre, landing on service within our region. 
triggers an alarm at our dispatch them immediate- needed. Our air medi- minutes at night. It’s a very the heliport located at the Currently, there are no
base, similar to what you’d ly or put them on standby. cal crew is comprised of well-oiled process. Once hospital. Cardiac patients permanent STARS land-
hear at a fire department. An automatic dispatch a flight nurse with critical they arrive at the scene, will typically go to St. Boni- ing zones or helipads at
MTCC dispatchers will would occur in severe situ- care training and a flight they will land at a land- face Hospital. In those in- any PMH facilities.  They
then contact our pilots by ations such as a rollover, paramedic with advanced ing zone that is typically stances, we will land at the are all temporary land-
prepared by members of City of Winnipeg’s helipad ing zones - some grass on
the local fire department. at Tyne Avenue and trans- PMH property, others at
We are fortunate to have port the patient via ambu- airports or other locations,
a terrific relationship with lance the rest of the way.” as is the case in Minnedo-
departments throughout STARS representative, sa.  All landing zones need
our service area. We have Shandy Walls made a pre- to meet Transport Canada
a community education sentation about STARS to requirements.  There are
leader who goes around to Minnedosa Town Council. no immediate plans for the
the various departments to During that presentation establishment of perma-
train them on how to set it was stated that currently nent STARS landing zones
up a landing zone. the STARS air ambulance at any PMH facilities.
Once at the scene our is landing out of town at Statistics show that
air medical crew will be- the Ken Kane airstrip due since 2011 there have
been 32 STARS air ambu-
lance calls to Minnedosa.
Of those 32 calls, 27 have
been within the last four
Rick Taylor
Destinations “Go forth and years. (Note that not all of
the Minnedosa calls are

Plus proclaim the


for immediate Minnedosa
residents, this includes
surrounding area as well.)
ValleyView Realty
48 Main Street North good news to the To learn more about
the STARS operation or
204-867-7551 204-867-5777 whole creation” if you wish to donate to
this valuable service you
can visit their website,
Mark 16:15 NEB call their Winnipeg loca-
tion at 1-204-786-4647
or visit them in person at

Tribune ~Wayne Fossum


THE OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER IN THE CANADIAN WEST

The Minnedosa
155 West Hangar Road.
Since 1883
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, March 15, 2019 9

Casati Performs as Expressions Final Season Show


By KAREN MITCHELL ion icon, she is the patron and country. Quintin hails
saint of our band,” explains from a musical family,

O n the evening of
Thursday, March 7th
at the Minnedosa United
one band member.  
The band is made up
of two gentlemen, Jesse
growing up with parents
and four older brothers
who played music. Quintin
Church, the Expressions and Quinton and one fine studied jazz bass in Uni-
Concert Series presented lady named Grace. Grace versity, but is proficient at
its fourth and final perfor- began singing and playing many instruments includ-
mance of the season. piano at a young age, and ing the hurdy gurdy, which
Casati, a three-part studied jazz voice in uni- he began to learn in Hun-
harmony consisting of versity. She picked up the gary and later travelled
a blend of folk and jazz, ukulele as an adult as she Europe to further study the
delighted the audience began to write music. Writ- unique instrument.
as they told their stories ing most of Casati’s songs, The hurdy gurdy is a
through song and ac- and loves storytelling to unique stringed instru-
companying that with a connect with audiences. ment that produces sound
multitude of instruments. Jesse started taking guitar by a hand crank-turned,
The group actually began lessons at a young age, but rosined wheel rubbing
as the Grace Hrabi Trio only became dedicated against the strings. The
in 2013, changing their to music when he began wheel functions much like
name to Casati in 2016 playing in a rock band in a violin bow, and single
after Marchena Luisa Ca- elementary school. He notes played on the in- Photo by Karen Mitchell
sati, an artistic muse (self- later went on to study jazz strument sound similar ing the break, as multiple not have otherwise had a audiences.
proclaimed) in Italy at the guitar in university, and to those of a violin. This audience members lined chance to connect with. This event wraps up
turn of the century. “A real loves all kinds of music, instrument was sure the up to see this spectacular It’s such a great opportuni- the 2018/19 season, how-
zany character and a fash- from rock and jazz to folk center of attraction dur- instrument demonstrated ty for us to share our music ever Expressions has
in person. and stories with an entirely already announced its

Minnedosa 4-H Report Grace explained, new audience.” 2019/20 season line up.
“Booking shows, like the Casati can mostly be The first show in the fall
one here in Minnedosa found performing in coffee will be VC2, a cello duo in
through the Manitoba Arts houses or house concerts October. Hurry fast if you
By ASHLEY MAGNUSON cookies, RRSD Bus Driv- campfires. There are some but have hopes to one day would like to get included
Network, has helped us
ers, Town Workers, and different curling bonspiels play in slightly larger ven- in the early bird discount-
branch out into smaller
T here was a 4-H meeting
at the MCI cafeteria on
Monday, March 4th with
Custodial Staff at TCS, and
MCI. We had our 4-H tub-
ing fun night in MacGregor
going on, and Fun/Recog-
nition day will be held on
April 13th in Neepawa this
communities that we may ues, while still maintaining
their devoted and attentive
ed rate.

23 members present. Roll on March 8th, it was a lot of year.


call was taken and each fun! Achievement night
member was encouraged Corinne Topham gave will be on April 25th, open
to say what their favorite the Head Leader report to family, friends and
candy was, instead of just and Laci Mailman gave the public. It is at the United
saying here. Each member Area Council report. Zone Church, with the formal
shared an update on their Communication day was program beginning at 7
4-H project progress. Sunday, March 10th, good p.m. There will be a des-
Next we discussed luck to our members mov- ert auction fundraiser, so
sub-committee reports. ing on! those of you with a sweet
For adopt a senior there There have been many tooth bring your wallet for
were 10 members pres- fun activities going on in a great cause, 4-H!
ent. They were at the 50+ our zone. There was winter The meeting was ad-
Centre for two-and-a-half adventure at Camp Wan- journed at 8 p.m. and
hours. They played card nakumbac March 1st to then Cole Topham played
games and board games 3rd that a few of our mem- a game/learning item,
with the seniors. Everyone bers went on. They learned where we pulled an item
had a lot of fun, kids and about GPS tracking devices from a bag and had to talk
seniors! Cookies for com- and had a lot of fun going about it. Our next meeting
munity helpers went really outside and participating will be on Monday, April
well and it was very appre- in all of the winter activi- 1st at MCI cafeteria.
ciated among the service ties, tubing, cross country
groups that received the skiing, snowshoeing and

Subscribe to The Minnedosa Tribune


MAIL THIS FORM WITH PAYMENT TO BOX 930,
MINNEDOSA, MB R0J 1E0 PHONE 204-867-3816
Local Trading Area: $43.11 NAME:
(Minnedosa, Bethany, Clanwilliam,
Erickson, Onanole, Sandy Lake, Lake
Audy, Olha, Vista, Elphinstone,
Newdale, Rapid City, Franklin,

ADDRESS:
Mountain Road and Neepawa)

Other Manitoba
locations: $50.31
Other Canadian
locations: $56.01
TOWN:
PROVINCE:
Online subscriptions $35 at
www.minnedosatribune.com POSTAL CODE:
1-3
10 Friday, March 15, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Newdale News
By Ravens Glen WI on who became a great day to take the local ser- But Kevin Koe prevailed tiful country, is still requir- Keystone. Garry flew home
grandmother when she mon, and we thank him for Sunday evening and con- ing a long road to achiev- last Sunday.

D el and Kim Pederson


spent 10 days in Puer-
to Vallarta, Mexico where
welcomed a new baby boy
on February 23rd. Proud
parents are Diane’s grand-
coming the first Sunday of
each month. He enjoyed
the coffee and warmth
gratulations to BJ Neufeld
(third) of Manitoba who
heads to his first World
ing true democracy for all.
In Canada we take so many
of our freedoms for grant-
Stan and Ann Marks
of Winnipeg entertained at
Harrison House on March
Kim’s daughter, Kaitlyn daughter Amy and Rob with the members. Dan Championship in two ed! A video of Slovenia was 6th to celebrate Stan’s
and Matt Mosquin, were Rogers, all of Chilliwack, Jardine took last Sunday’s weeks in Lethbridge, AB. shown followed by a lovely 90th birthday with former
married February 18th. BC. Great, great aunt Lil service with a “warmish” World Day of Prayer lunch. friends and neighbours.
Kim’s younger daughter Farrend is waiting for the day finally, coffee was en- was celebrated on Febru- Shirley Pederson They provided birthday
Julia, her mother Carol first photos to arrive to joyed at the hotel follow- ary 28th with women of spent Brier week in Bran- cake and coffee and ev-
Vint, her sister Kathy and show around to the New- ing. our community using the don with sister Bernice eryone enjoyed the visit.
Jim Tomlinson were all in dale relatives. Diane’s Many from town at- program compiled by the and family as they enjoyed Three former schoolmates
attendance. Kaitlyn and brother, great uncle John tended the Brier in Bran- church women of Slove- a visit from their cousin of Stan’s – Eileen Bradley,
Matt reside in St. Andrew. Patterson of Hamiota, will don all last week. Lots nia. They told the story Garry Rogers of Toronto, Marguerite Wareham and
We wish this young couple also be waiting for some of of great shot making but of their country through ON. While they visited Bill Zahaiko - helped to
all the best in the coming those pictures. haven’t heard too many wars, communist rule, and many relatives and friends celebrate.
years! Elgin Hall braved a positive comments about finally liberation, includ- in the Souris/Glenwood
Congratulations to cold windy (have we had the Playoff rounds and ing religious freedom at area, they still had time to
Diane (Patterson) Dix- any other kind?) snowy Championship rounds! long last. Slovenia, a beau- enjoy some curling at the

Connecting with the Crew of Stathclair Drama Club


By sheIla RunIons Beccy lives in Strathclair the club for 13 of the last ing a 12-piece live band board, ensuring everyone of Glenn and Lisa King-
and teaches in Shoal Lake; 14 years. He’s been on from a pit in the floor at the can be heard throughout don of Rapid City (Glenn

T he first two columns


about Strathclair Dra-
ma Club’s 37th annual
she has been involved
with the club for the past
13 years. This is her fourth
stage for five productions
and in the orchestra pit
for seven years. This year
front of the Bend Theatre
stage. Neil works for Prai-
rie Mountain Health in the
the entire theatre. They are
also responsible for find-
ing any necessary sound
works three days a week at
Kingdon Machine Works
in Minnedosa). They tag-
production informed you foray as stage director; she he’s stepped out of that pit EMS department. effects and the precision team as sets and props
of our principle and sup- has also been a producer, to lead the cast in learn- Tricia Hunter of Shoal timing required for play- directors and work with
porting characters. The choreographer, lighting ing their music. A music Lake is a “wizard” at creat- ing said effects. They live a crew of five volunteers.
Wizard of oz has 49 peo- director and actress. Shir- teacher at Rivers Elemen- ing costumes for the cast. and work in Shoal Lake, Glenn has been involved
ple from Strathclair, Shoal ley has been part of the tary School, Duncan now A seniors program special- Darlene as a nail techni- with sets or props for 10 of
Lake, Cardale, Rapid City, club since 2006, when she lives in Brandon. ist with Prairie Mountain cian at Trendsetters and the last 14 years; Lisa was
Minnedosa, Rivers, Bran- made her directorial de- Brittany MacDonald Health, she is co-ordinat- Charlie as a salesman at on board in 2010, 2011,
don, Russell, Virden and but. In the 14 years since, is completing her seventh ing a crew of six volunteers SH Dayton Ltd. This will be 2017 and 2018.
Oak River whom you will she has directed five mu- consecutive year as cho- this year. Tricia has been the couple’s 11th consecu- Allison Gamey is pro-
see on the stage at Bend sicals (counting this one), reographer and cast mem- our costume director for tive year helping the cast ducer for the production;
Theatre. But their success she’s been music director ber. She grew up in Rivers the past eight years. sound their best. she returns to us after a
in the show is due in part to for four years and part of but has since moved to Costumes are com- Rylee Wruth of Bran- 12-year hiatus to raise her
all the behind-the-scenes the orchestra for six years. Brandon where she works plemented by marvelous don is completing her family. Her previous titles
work from an assortment She lives on a farm south as a school teacher. Brit- make-up, which is made second consecutive year have included choreogra-
of crew departments. of Rapid City and is that tany has also taught dance possible through the ef- in the projected imagery pher, sets crew member,
Beccy Ardiel-Voth town’s librarian. classes in Newdale and forts of Amy Ostash. This department. She gradu- producer and she was on
and Shirley Martin are co- Duncan Martin (Shir- Rivers. Shoal Lake lady schedules ated from Elton Collegiate stage in 1997, 1998, 2005
directing the stage scenes. ley’s son) has been with The orchestra is once a crew of 12 to makeover in 2013 and is now a civil and 2007. She lives in
again led by Neil Gamey of the cast. She also works for engineering student at As- Strathclair and is a field
Strathclair. He is a charter Prairie Mountain Health. siniboine Community Col- sales representative for
member of the club and Husband and wife lege. She was a drama cast Mondelez International.
NOTICE has been involved either team Charlie and Darlene member in 2013 and 2017. And last but certainly
TO: CORDULA SPODZIEJA on or off stage for all 37 McNabb once again share Also working from the not least, we have Brenda
years. This year he is direct- their skills on the sound balcony (as do sound and Lamb from Strathclair. Co-
A Notice of Exercising Power of Sale (the“NEPS”) has been filed projection) is Chris Mar- owner of the family-com-
in the Neepawa Land Titles Office as Number 1132935/5 on tin. Like  his wife Shirley, pany Lamb’s Construction
behalf of XMC MORTGAGE CORPORATION the mortgagee he joined the club in 2006 in Newdale, she has been
and has been involved ei- involved with makeup,
under a Mortgage registered in the said Office as Number
ther on or off stage in every concession and box office;
1073953/5 which charges the lands described in certificate year since. It is his respon- she graciously accepted
of title number 2391930/5, as: sibility to ensure ample il- the box office director
AT MINNEDOSA AND BEING: lumination for any given position this year. She is
moment; given that this managing 22 volunteers
LOTS 9 TO 13, BOTH INCLUSIVE, BLOCK 4 PLAN 487 NLTO will be his fourth consecu- who will sell you tickets to
IN SW 1/4 12-15-18 WPM tive year as lighting direc- our production, beginning
The District Registrar has been informed that it has been tor, you can be sure all that on Saturday, March 23rd.
must be seen will be seen. Please see this paper for
impossible to make personal service of the NEPS upon you Another husband and our advertisement which
and has issued an Order permitting substitutional service. wife pairing are found in will provide all the details. 
Therefore take notice that unless default under the mortgage the semi-retired couple
is remedied within one calendar month of this publication,
the mortgagee will apply for an order permitting the sale of
the land. TRIBUNE
March 16th
Deputy District Registrar
This Notice is published for the purpose of effecting substitutional service DEADLINE
7:30 p.m.
thereof upon CORDULA SPODZIEJA, as set out in the Notice pursuant to
Order of the District Registrar dated February 22, 2019 Tuesday at 12 Noon
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, March 15, 2019 11

TO PLACE AN AD AUCTIONS WANTED TO BUY ENGAGEMENT


ANNOUNCEMENTS
COMING EVENTS
BY PHONE Call 204-867-3816
Hours to place, correct or cancel ads: FABRICATION FACILITY Bungalow in Minnedosa. Minnedosa Grain  Grow-
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. – Battleford, SK. Ritchie Bros. Approximately 1,000 sq ft, 2+1 ing Project in support of
Auctioneers Unreserved Auc- bedrooms, 1+1 bathrooms, Canadian Foodgrains Bank
BY MAIL CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
tion, April 8th in Saskatoon. open concept kitchen, dining presents an information
The Minnedosa Tribune, P.O. Box 930, room and living room, deck/
11.1+/- Title Acres, 43,821+/- and fundraising banquet on
Minnedosa, Manitoba R0J 1E0 patio, finished basement,
Sq Ft Fabrication Facility. Sunday, April 7th, 2019 at
BY FAX 204-867-5171 Ed Truelove: 306.441.0525; furnace, vinyl siding, garage, the Minnedosa Community
Brokerage: Ritchie Bros. Real fenced yard, garden. 204- Conference Centre. Starts at
BY E-MAIL class@minnedosatribune.com Estate Services Ltd.; rbauc- 867-3431 (52-3) x 5:00 p.m., Supper at 6:00 p.m.
tion.com/realestate Speaker is Kurt Bisson on a
The Minnedosa Tribune Ltd. reserves the right to REAL ESTATE Learning Tour of Malawi.  Si-
lent Auction. Tickets $20.00
delete any words or phrases deemed by The Minnedosa FOR SALE each or  $50.00 for family
Tribune Ltd. to be objectionable, or to refuse to publish any ROBYN COMRIE
AND available at United Church,
advertisement. The Minnedosa Tribune Ltd. shall not be
Caught you looking! JONATHON KOWAL, Credit Union  and Heritage
responsible for any loss or damage to any advertiser or third
Reach over 413,000 Mani- along with their families, Co-op Agro or  any commit-
party resulting from the failure of an advertisement to appear
toba readers weekly. Spring are pleased to announce tee member. All are Welcome
in The Minnedosa Tribune Ltd. or from any error or omission in
is coming. Book your An- their engagement and (52-4) x
any advertisement which is published.
nouncements, Events, Sales, upcoming wedding on July
Cadurcis Trivia Night.
RATES Employment Opportunities,
Auctions, Wanted Ads, For
13th, 2019. Please join us for
a come and go bridal shower Saturday, March 23rd at Bass-
$9.00 for first 40 words, additional words .10 each. Rent, Volunteer Opportun- House for sale – 179 – on March 30th, 2019 at the wood Hall. Games Start 7:15
ities, etc. People rely on these 3rd Ave. S.W. Three bedroom Minnedosa Community p.m. Teams 4-10 people. $10
Repeat ads - Half Price.
classifieds to find what they (two up, one down), 1 bath, Conference Center. A social a person, includes lunch.
Classified Display - $9.00/col. inch each insert. (Incl. logo, box & need. Catch them looking at 768 sq. ft. bungalow. Well Socializing and music after
evening will follow from
bolding, and centering). your material in our 48 Week- maintained. Detached gar- games. PRE-REGISTER lim-
9:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m.
Happy Snaps: (Birthday, Engagement, Wedding, Birth, & ly Community Newspapers. age, fenced yard and storage Please drink responsibly. x ited number of tables. Regis-
Graduation) - $16.00 for the first 20 words and the picture. Call this newspaper NOW or shed. Close to schools. Phone ter teams at  ktomlinson968@
email classified@mcna.com 204-868-2888, Leave mes- gmail.com or call or text 204-
Obituaries: - $6.50 per col. inch.
for details. MCNA (204) 947- sage and contact number. SALES 867-0918. (52-3) x
Reach the entire province (50 weekly newspapers) $189.00 1691. www.mcna.com $164,900.00 (1-2) x
Westman and Eastman: $119.00 Minnedosa United
All Ads plus 5% G.S.T. BATTERIES FOR EV- FOR RENT Church Spring Meat Pie Sale.
Hamburger or Turkey - $5.00
ERYTHING. Automotive,
Deadlines farm, construction, ATV, ma-
rine, motorcycle, golf carts, For Rent in Minnedosa,
small / $10.00 large. Delivery
April 4th and 5th. Call Lorna
2-bedroom mobile home. Response Builder
Classified advertisements must be submitted no later phones, tools, radios, com- at 204-210-2111 to place your
than noon Tuesday for insertion in the following Friday’s Washer, dryer, stove, fridge, Advertising order. (1-3) x
puters etc. Reconditioned,
edition. All classified advertisements must be prepaid BEFORE obsolete and hard-to-find air conditioning, attached WORKS!
insertion. patio, attached single gar-
batteries. SOLAR equipment.
The Battery Man. Winnipeg. age with power door open-
• GET SEEN by over BABY SHOWER
The Minnedosa Tribune is not responsible for 400,000 Manitoba
1.877.775.8271 www.battery- er, ramp for elderly, paved Homes!
typographical errors published AFTER the first insertion, nor
man.ca driveway, small storage shed • Create instant top of Please accept this as your
does it assume responsibility for errors published as a result of
in back yard. No pets, non- mind awareness invitation to a meet and greet
an advertisement placed, changed, or cancelled, by telephone.
Looking for a gift that smoker, references required. • Showcase your info, for “Riley Fay Michelle Ast”,
To ensure your advertisement appears correctly please submit business, product,
keeps giving all year round? Damage deposit required. daughter of Dustin Ast and
it in person, by fax, mail, or email. job, announcements
Give someone a one-year gift Call 204-868-5300 for more Catherine Boyd. We will hold
info. $1,200 /month. (50-4) x or event
subscription to Western Can- an open house at 172 – 8th
• We format it, to
ada’s Oldest Weekly Newspa- Ave. S.W. starting at 1:00 p.m.
AUCTIONS per, The Minnedosa Tribune. One bedroom, second
make it look great!
• Starting at $239.00 on March 16th, 2019. x
Call 204-867-3816 or email floor apartment available (includes 35 lines of
class@minnedosatribune. April 1st. Available to clean, space) MISCELLANEOUS
Meyers Auction McSherry Auction com for rates and more de- quiet, mature adults with ref- • The ads blanket the SERVICES
10 am March 23 12 Patterson Dr. erences. William Rose Apart- province and run in
tails.
Meyers Auction Site Stonewall, MB ments. Call 204-867-7360. MCNA’s 48 Manitoba
Terry’s Home Enrich-
Arden, MB Estate & Moving COLORADO BLUE (52-2) x community
newspapers
ment Maintenance. T.H.E.M.
Plumbing Close out Sat March 16 @ 10:00 AM SPRUCE: $1.49/each for a
• Very cost effective cell 204-868-8088 (them@
Furniture, Household Gun Auction
Antiques, Tools Sat March 23 @ 9:30 AM
box of 180 ($268.20). Also
full range of tree, shrub and
WANTED means of getting live.ca) MINOR REPAIRS
your message out to and  MAINTENANCE in your
••• Coca Cola & Service berry seedlings for shelter- the widest possible
Now accepting consignments home! Fix-it jobs. Snow clear-
for SPRING GUN AUCTION
Station Auction belts.. Free shipping. Growth WANTED: OLD TUBE audience
Sat March 30 @10:00 AM ing for driveways and side-
guarantee. 1-844-873-3700 or AUDIO EQUIPMENT. 40 years
Bradley Meyers, Consignments Welcome! Contact this newspaper walks. High quality  painting 
TreeTime.ca or older. Amplifiers, Stereo,
Auctioneer Booking Spring Farm Auctions! Recording and Theatre Sound
NOW or MCNA at (Interior and Exterior) 
204-476-6262 Equipment. Hammond Or-
204.947.1691 or email
(204) 467-1858 or classified@mcna.com
www.meyersauctions.com (204) 886-7027 gans, any condition. CALL
www.mcna.com
www.mcsherryauction.com Toll – Free 1-800-947-0393
12 Friday, March 15, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

ANNOUNCEMENTS HEALTH HELP WANTED TENDERS

Trouble The Minnedosa Recreation Commission is gearing


Walking?
up for a busy summer season. We are looking for personable and
Hip or Knee caring staff for our seasonal job openings.
Replacement? If you enjoy working with children in a fast paced environment,
Restrictions in daily we may have a summer job for you!
activities? The Minnedosa Recreation Commission is accepting
$2,500 resumes for anticipated summer positions as INVITATION TO TENDER
Tax Credit Day Camp Co-ordinator and Kayak Club Staff The Town of Minnedosa will be accepting
$40,000 ( start as early as May, full time until end of August),
refund cheque/ proposals for a Building Demolition until
Camp Counsellors (full time 8 - 10 weeks throughout July and August)
rebates 4:00 p.m., Friday, April 5, 2019.
in Minnedosa, MB.
Disability Tax
Credit. All applicants must: Information can be picked up at the Town
204-453-5372 • be willing to spend the summer engaging people of all ages in a of Minnedosa office, 103 Main St South,
variety of sports and activities
www.disabilitytaxcreditwinnipeg.com phone 204-867-2727 or email
• exercise good judgement, communication and work effectively with
LOANS/ the public kmoyer@minnedosa.com
• be available to work Canada Day Celebration in Minnedosa The Town of Minnedosa
FINANCIAL • be mature and responsible (1-2)

• have or be willing to take First/Aid & CPR Level 3


Need • be 16 years of age before or on June 30th, 2019 LAND FOR SALE BY TENDER
NOTICE Cash? Please submit your cover letter and resume clearly stating the position R.M of Minto - Odanah
• We Loan you are applying for before March 25th to:
• Easy application Section NE 1/4 29-14-17 WPM approximately 160acres/115 cultivated
Minnedosa & District Recreation Commission
Advertisements and • Approval with Terms and conditions of tender
statements contained herein collateral
Attn: Laura Cook
• Title Loans PO Box 1259 • Interested parties must rely on own inspection of property.
are the sole responsibility of
the persons or entities that • No Credit Check Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 • All tenders must be delivered to Box 1138, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
post the advertisement, and • Keep driving Fax: (204) 867.2250 by March 22nd, 2019.
the Manitoba Community your vehicle Email: minrec@mts.net • Payment & possession date April 12th.
Newspaper Association and Call Dan Devloo Interviews will take place beginning March 27th, 2019 • Highest tender not necessarily excepted.
(52-3)
membership do not make (204) 526-7093
any warranty as to the ac- CAI Financial
curacy, completeness, truth-
fulness or reliability of such
Unit K - 2151 Portage Ave.
Winnipeg MB Sandy Lake Golf Course IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS
advertisements. For greater www.caifinancial.ca
information on advertising
Now Hiring for the following positions
Thank you to all our
conditions, please consult the EMPLOYMENT for the 2019 Season: friends, neighbours and fam-
Association’s Blanket Adver-
tising Conditions on our web-
OPPORTUNITY
Cooks and Servers ily for your many acts of kind-
ness during the last 6 weeks
site at www.mcna.com. Dream Job! Live in care- and since the passing of Da-
giver/housekeeper. Summers
To apply, call 204-585-5222 vid. A sincere thank you to the
Do you have a PRESS in Winnipeg and winters in or email jennie@sandylakegolf.com Neepawa and Brandon hospi-
RELEASE / MEDIA ADVISO- the tropics. Call 204-997-4629 tals. To Nathan White, thank
RY that needs to go out? Let Memberships for the 2019 Season you for your guidance and
us help you with that! Though
we cannot guarantee publica-
are now available. professional service. Thank
you to Elgin Hall for your
tion, MCNA will get the infor- Class 1 company drivers Each Membership will include a Sandy meaningful service and to El-
mation into the right hands wanted to haul bulk liquid eanor Taylor and the choir for
for ONLY $35.00 + GST/HST. products throughout MB, SK, Lake Golf Course Membership Package. the wonderful music. Special
We also do Media Monitor- AB and the US.
ing, if you would like to follow Loaded and empty miles paid! Part of this package includes a ballot thanks to the United Church
In Loving Memory of Ladies for the lunch follow-
up and see who picked up the Dedicated dispatch, Well for two tickets to the Banjo Bowl DOREEN HUTTON ing the service. A very special
material. Call MCNA (204) maintained equipment,
947-1691 for more informa-
Comprehensive benefits in a private suite. May 18th, 1954 – thank you to Norm Sims and
package, Training Program March 13th, 2017 staff at Sims & Co. for all the
tion, or email classified@ for inexperienced drivers. For details, call 204-585-5227 consideration and support
mcna.com for details. www. Contact us or submit your Those we love given to me during the last
mcna.com resume:
or email jennie@sandylakegolf.com don’t go away few months. Lorraine and
Phone: 204.571.0187 They walk beside family
VOLUNTEERS Email: recruiting@ us every day.
renaissancetrans.ca
Fax: 204.727.6651
Rolling River School Division Unseen, unheard
but always near,
Or submit an online still loved, still missed
application @ SUMMER STUDENT POSITIONS but always near.
www.renaissancetrans.ca
Administration Office Assistant (May to August)
Maintenance Worker Assistant (July and August) Always remembered by
HELP WANTED Mechanic Assistant/Detailer (mid July to August) Lloyd, Ashley and Preslee.
x
For more details and application information, please visit our website at

It’s not a thing


When disaster ValleyView Ag is seek-
strikes in your www.rrsd.mb.ca select Employment then Summer Student Positions.
ing equipment operators and
community, truck drivers for this upcom-
you CAN help, Thank you to all applicants for their interest in

of the past!
ing spring.  Requirements -
and we can previous floater experience. Rolling River School Division.
show you how. Class 1 license, able to work Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
long hours and weekends,
VOLUNTEER have strong customer relation
Boyd Farms requires labourer/equipment operator for the
WITH THE upcoming season. This position can be part time or fulltime If you are reading this ad
skills, leadership and time
year-round work. Applicant must have previous experience
RED CROSS management skills, able to we have just proven that
operating farm equipment, possess a class 1 license or be will-
TODAY! work unsupervised. This pos-
ing to obtain one. Duties will include but not limited to – spray- newspaper advertising
ition will start early April and
Email: ing, picking stones, harrow/tractor operator, hauling grain/
could be full time for the right
fertilizer, equipment maintenance, hauling water. We offer still works!
vmb@redcross.ca applicant. We offer competi-
competitive wages and benefits. 204-867-7113. (52-4) x
tive wages. 204-867-7113. (52-
4) x      The Minnedosa Tribune
204-867-3816 adsales@minnedosatribune.com
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, March 15, 2019 13

OBITUARIES

SYDNEY SCOTT CARDY


Safety on Farms Must Be a Priority
SUBMITTED ity rates continue to be on vent needless fatalities.” knows the best use for the
Sydney Scott Cardy, be-
loved husband of Marie, passed
the decline, at a rate of ap- This is not to diminish machine and stick to it,
away on Monday, March 11th,
2019 at the age of 87 years at
the Minnedosa Health Centre,
A s society evolves, some
professions come and
go. For instance, there
proximately 1.1 per cent
year over year. In 2012, the
most recent year for which
the importance of family-
run farms, which tend to
be fairly common. How-
even if it means taking the
long way around rather
than driving up a steep hill.
Minnedosa, MB. A funeral ser- aren’t very many elevator data is available, the in- ever, as the statistics show, “Shortcuts too often
vice will be held on Saturday, operators in the world any- dustry saw 60 fatalities in the bulk of the fatalities are lead to tragedy,” said Smith.
March 16th, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. in more. Gone are the days Canada. This is down from males. “Safety isn’t a switch to be
the Basswood Community Hall, of town criers. You won’t 75 reported fatalities in Unsurprisingly, the flicked on when it’s con-
Basswood, MB. In lieu of flowers
see many librarians or- 2011 and 91 in 2010. bulk of these fatalities venient. It needs to be an
donations may be made to STARS
Air Ambulance.
ganizing their microfiche Given the demograph- occur during the sum- attitude, a constant pres-
Messages of condolence catalogues, nor are VHS ic of farmers, it should also mer months, peaking in ence that pervades every
may be placed online at www.whitesfh.ca repair technicians in high come as no surprise that July and September, with action and every moment.”
White’s Funeral Home, Minnedosa, MB in care of arrange- demand. male adults continue to ex- rollovers being the lead- Visual inspection be-
ments. 1-204-867-3868 On the other hand, perience the highest fatal- ing cause of fatalities dur- fore riding, preventative
other professions are ever- ity rates. Between 2003 and ing this peak season. They maintenance and appro-
DAVID SLEEP green, continuously in 2012, men over the age of contributed to 19 per cent priate caution and judg-
December 31st, 1943 – February 15th, 2019 demand and vital even in 15 accounted for roughly of total fatalities between ment are all key compon-
the face of technological 83 per cent of all fatalities, June and November. ents in ensuring the safety
After a brief illness and with family at his side, David
passed away on February 15th, 2019.
advancement. And agri- with a fairly even split be- Additionally, machin- of anyone using a machine
David was born in Boyton, England. His primary school culture, it should go with- tween men aged 15-59 and ery rollovers, runovers and in the line of work. And,
days were spent at Boyton. David had a love for music and out saying, continues to be those aged 60 or older. being pinned or struck by of course, it’s crucial to
along with brother Eric, sister Margaret and mother on piano one of the most important “The agricultural do- a component contribut- ensure that machines in
they sang at many concerts and fundraisers. After school, David industries in Canada. To main has traditionally ing to 44 per cent of over- operation are given a wide
worked alongside his father on the farm later moving to Tread- mark this year’s National been a male-driven in- all fatalities year-round, berth by both adults and
lock where he farmed until moving to Canada. David married Farm Safety Week, March dustry,” said Jack Smith, putting emphasis on the children.
Monica Strout in 1966 and their family was complete with the 14th to 20th, the Canada president of the Canada importance of a healthy re- Reaping the benefits
birth of son Ian and daughter Kathryn. Moving to Canada in
Safety Council wants to re- Safety Council. “While this spect for agricultural ma- of a hard farming season
1987 they located near Brookdale on a dairy farm. Wanting a ca-
reer change David and Monica bought a motel in Brandon. The
mind Canadians that fatal- context explains the demo- chinery. is a satisfying feeling, and
motel was sold in 1994 when Monica and David divorced. David ities and injuries on the graphics a bit more logic- Reading the owner’s the Canada Safety Council
and Lorraine met in 1999 and Lorraine encouraged David to get farm are wholly prevent- ally, the fact remains that manual continues to be a urges you to take steps to
his Class 1 driver’s license, which he did and was employed do- able through pre-emptive too many people continue farmer’s best asset. With ensure you and your loved
ing long haul driving until 2017. Lorraine and David were mar- awareness and prepared- to lose their lives on farms. correct maintenance and ones are alive to enjoy it.
ried in 2007 and had 12 wonderful years together. David loved ness. The statistics are trending operation, machines are Happy harvesting!
all his children and grandchildren and was very involved in all According to the Can- in a positive direction – inherently designed to
his step families lives whether sports activities, school activities adian Agricultural Safety let’s keep building on that keep their users safe. Trust
or just helping when needed. Travelling was important and
Association, overall fatal- momentum and help pre- that the manufacturer
many trips were taken to England and other countries. Summer
was spent keeping the yard beautiful and the garden weed free.
David is survived by loving wife Lorraine, son Ian, daugh-
ter Kathryn Boorse (Todd) and children Kelsey and Cody, step
daughters Michelle McKay (George) and children Logan and
Danielle, Deanne Lawn (Allan) and children Chelsea and Bren-
Need Business
dan, brother Eric (Barbara) and sister Margaret (John) as well as
many nieces and nephews.
Funeral service was held on February 23rd, 2019 at the
Minnedosa United Church.
Cheques Printed?
Buy and Sell
Treasure in the
Classifieds!
Tribune
THE OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER IN THE CANADIAN WEST

The Minnedosa

Since 1883

PROPERTIES FOR SALE

Ph: 204-867-4657
Prairie Mountain
Independently Owned Gwen Usick Fax: 204-867-2150 Contact your local
and Operated Broker Realtor
gwenu@mts.net
printer for a quote!
WANTED IN AND AROUND MINNEDOSA

Tribune
THE OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER IN THE CANADIAN WEST

I have buyers looking for good used homes


and acreages in Minnedosa and area. The Minnedosa
If you or someone you know is planning on selling,
it would be my pleasure to provide you with a no obligation
Market Evaluation of your Property. Since 1883

Please PM/CALL me at 204-867-4657 or EMAIL gwenu@remax.net 204-867-3816 adsales@minnedosatribune.com

Take a tour on Realtor.ca or our website www.remax-prairie mountain-npwa.mb.com


14 Friday, March 15, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

PROPERTIES FOR SALE

“Living in your
Community”
Proud Supporter

www.ricktaylor.remax.ca Rick Taylor 867-7551 CONSTRUCTION


ricktaylor@remax.net

BIR CH
BIRCH Parish Backhoe
CONSTRUCTION LTD. Services
GENERAL ●Septic Systems ●Weeping tiles
CONTRACTORS ●Water Systems ●Basements
• Specializing in water & sewer
Commercial ●All types of excavation●
installation & repair Residential Certified in waste
43 BEACH RD. • All types of excavation
230 - 6TH AVE. S.W.
MINNEDOSA SANDY LAKE
185 CENTENNIAL DR.
MINNEDOSA
• Basements, Demolition
• Snow removal
867-0400 water management
- Lakefront lot ready - 1,060 sq. ft. bi-level
• Gravel, Topsoil 0r Call: Ian
- 1,400 sq. ft. 4 level split • Sales of septic tanks
- 4 bedrooms, 3 baths
for new build
- 3 bedrooms, 3 baths Kirk 867-0180 867-7506 874-2134 or 867-0383
- 50’ frontage
- Single detached garage - Close to Playground

HWM
- Plenty of room for parking
Bryon Gaiser
and the lake
$259,900 MLS #1902831
$109,900 MLS #1825486 $254,900 MLS #1821529
Truck & Skid
Steer Service
Competitive Rates
BILL HOPKINS
204-868-5702
DEMOLITION
204-867-0260
SEMI WITH LOW BED &hopkinswelding@hotmail.com
END DUMP
SCREW PILING

242 - 5TH AVE. S.W. 171 - 6TH AVE. N.E. 322 HARRISON ST. ELECTRICAL
MINNEDOSA MINNEDOSA NEWDALE
- 1,076 sq. ft. 3 bedroom - 1,100 sq. ft. bungalow with
C. BURTON
- 1,380 sq. ft. 3 bedroom
fully finished basement
bungalow
- wood burning fireplace, deck
- Immaculate condition and -3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms ELECTRICAL EAVESTROUGH
with hot tub
lots of updates
-Double attached garage and Enterprises Ltd.
- Sunroom and double 1.65 acres Refridgeration
- Many updates and newly detached garage Air Conditioning,
BILL HOPKINS
fenced yard
$284,900 MLS #1822536 $224,500 MLS # 1903922 Heating & Electrical
$279,900 MLS #1808983
Considering listing your Property? 30 Years 204-867-0260 5” AND 6” continuous
Call me today for great service at great rates! hopkinswelding@hotmail.com
eavestrough
Ex perience!!
Siding Roofing
Bus : 867-3950 Soffit Fascia

ACCOUNTING CONSTRUCTION Fa x: 867-2340


Glen Burgess
Closed cell Polyurethane Spray foam
Blow in Attic & Wall Fibre Insulation
Fire Retardent Coating

PRAIRIE REDI-MIX Electrician 204-867-3738


Minnedosa - 867-3853
R eady Mix Conc rete 204-868-5211 Email: mcreal@live.ca
Concrete forms, Rebar, Wire Mesh,
George Allard, FCGA*
Open Weeping Tile, Concrete Sealer, Snap Ties
Gateway Street All at Competitive
FERTILIZER FINANCE
Onanole, MB
204-848-7413
Mon - Fri 8:00 - 5:00
Saturday - 9:00 a.m. -
prices Jon Kowal
Howard Wirch, C.G.A*
9-515 4th Ave.
2:00 p.m. 867-0145 Custom
Minnedosa
Shoal Lake, MB
Suite A
110 Main Street South Fertilizer Credit Union
204-759-2680
Minnedosa Floating Main Line
Dauphin Office - Call today to book your 867-6350
15 1st Ave. S.W. 204 867-5550 ● Roofing ● Decks Administrative Team
Phone: 204-638-3005
● Fencing ● Exterior ● Finishing spring floating needs! Brad Ross
● Renovations ● Repairs
Fax: 204-638-5817 867-6366
Darvin - 204-868-5869
*Denotes Professional Corporation AUTO littlevalleyconstruction@live.ca
Robert - 204-867-7113
Susan Glasgow
867-6353
204-868-5980 or 204-867-5544 Fairmount Solar and Electrics Lisa Dyck
For All Your Electrical Needs 867-6367
CatharineÊ
MÊ GijsbersÊ
204-874-2360 Joanne Clarke
867-6364
Member Service Team
Chartered Professional BACKHOE & TRUCKING Gaylene Johnson
Accountant Inc.
Pinette
● AC 867-6357
MinnedosaÊ Lending Team
Ê 213ÊÊ 2ndÊ StÊ NEÊ Ê -Ê Ê BoxÊ 385Ê Ê
Electrical Inc. (48-4) Terry McLenehan
T:Ê 867-3884Ê Ê Ê C:Ê 867-0190Ê 867-6363
Email:Ê Ê Catharine@mts.netÊ
M&M ●Electrical
GRAIN Debbie Stelczik
867-6360
AUTO BODY Contracting HAULING Dan Quesnel
BDO Canada LLP All Auto Body Repairs Ph: 867-3238
867-6359
Donna Dowsett
Chartered
Professional Accountants Ph: 867-2083 Cell: 868-5741
Brian Horner 867-6361
Kim Butler
Farm, Business & Individual 5 Main St. North 867-6352
Grain & Fertilizer Alayna McTavish
Professinal Services: Hauling 867-6354
- Tax
- Accounting Book this spot Book this spot Trisha Paterson
867-6362

- Farm Programs $5.52/week $5.52/week Wealth Management Team


Pamela Levandosky
867-6368
Don Simpson, CPA, CA Call 204-867 3816
Call 204-867 3816 Amber Johnson
39 Main Street South, Minnedosa 867-6574
204-867-2957
204-867-7182
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, March 15, 2019 15

INSURANCE PLUMBING SEPTIC SERVICES SERVICES


MINNEDOSA
WAHOSKI G ORD K E L LY Lakeside St. Alphonsus
Septic Service
INSURANCE SERVICES
Drivers Licenses, Autopac MECHANICAL LTD. Plumbing & Heating Catholic Church
General Insurance Gas Fitting 142
142 4th
4th St, NW.
St, NW. • Lawn Mowing & Trimming
PLUMBING Potable water Minnedosa,MB
MB 867-3831
Cheri McTavish – Broker ph: 867-2084 Minnedosa, 867-3831 • Dandelion Spraying -
867-3946 HEATING cell: 867-0346 delivery. Licensed Pesticide Applicator
Mass Sunday 9:00 a.m.
Book your portable • Fertilizer Application
GAS FITTING toilets. • Licensed Arborist Service
LEGAL AIR CONDITIONING SELF-HELP Erle Jury & Family • Hedge Trimming
• Yard Clean Up
204-867-3121 867-2416
Alexander or A.D.A.M. Cory Johnston ▪ Minnedosa
204-476-5185 Cell: 867-7558
Jackson Anxiety Disorders People Helping People (204)Ê 476-4705Ê
www.johnstonyardcare.comÊ
Law Office - Committed to Caring -
B-116 MainSt.St
110B Main S. S HILLSIDE
Association
of Manitoba RAINKE'S
RAINKIES Phone (204) 857-6100
Minnedosa, MB Support Group Sewage Service Fax (204) 857-8389 Prairie Mountain HVAC/R
867-3981 Plumbing & Heating JIM BEAUMONT
cpcancerservices@shaw.ca
www.centralplainscancer
Heating
Meetings are held at Ventilation/Air quality
http://www.ajaxlaw.ca Neepawa Library 3rd Tuesday of 476-2483 services.com
Ty Burton the month 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Owner/Operator
Air Conditioning
Refrigeration
Burgess Law 204-868-5358 For more info call:
Debbie Fisch
Cell: 476-6591 REAL ESTATE Kitchen Equipment
Office Commercial Gas Fitter
(204) 725-8550 Dennis: 476-2766 Commercial & Residential
51 Main Street S service specialist
Minnedosa ALCOHOLICS 23 Hour Service CALL ME... FOR ALL YOUR
REAL ESTATE NEEDS Kent Brown
867-2935
Plumbing & Heating
ANONYMOUS 1-204-867-7346
minnedosa@ If you like to drink and can
Summit Septic
burgesslawoffice.net
• Construction •
MAIN OFFICE
That's your business
If you want to stop and can't ServiceS LEONA’S
204-867-5458 That's our business. Minnedosa and surrounding areas Studio Of Image
SIMS & COMPA N Y copperwoodenterprise@gmail.com
P.O. Box 36 Frank r. Ford and Family Hair Care
L a w O ffi c e PLUMBING & HEATING
Russ Huyghe
or 867-3966 penny Ford PETER HARRISON
•Eminence Facials
Alanon - 210-0433 & Product
Norman H. Sims, Q.C. 204-868-6376
CONSTRUCTION
Alateen - 867-5121 Owner/Operator Phone/Text 867-5444 • Pedicures & LCN Nails
7 6 Ma i n S t r e e t S o u t h 867-3401 Minnedosa 204-210-0158 • Spray Tanning
MINNEDOSA • 867-2717 Cody Huyghe Mtg. Times: 8:00 pm Tuesdays www.suttonharrison.com
204-210-0502 Cells • Piercing
OFFICE MANAGER Drug Problem? 204-868-0851 or 204-868-0863
SERVICES
• Eyelash Extensions
PAINTING Matt Saler
204-868-6886 Narcotics
email: pennyjoford@gmail.com 204-867-2287
67 Main St.
Anonymous can help
BURTON PAINTING TRADING Meetings every Waterpals Rob’s TAC
Tuesday & Potable Water Delivery Small EnginE REpaiR & Ventures Inc.
Myrna Alexander
Myrna Charles Minnedosa and area YaRd maintEnancE SERvicES
Saturday at 7 p.m. Waste
Cell: 868-5503
Cell: 868-5503
FRONTIER at Calvary Temple,
Health Inspected • Mowing & Trimming
Management &
TRADING STORE
• Snow Blowing
221 Hamilton Street, No Job is too small!!! • Unwanted Item Removal Contracting
Neepawa, MB 204-868-5674 • Handyman Services (204)476-0002
Book 867-5551 • Alum & Stainless Welding Garbage Removal
This Spot Gently Used Furniture • Reasonable Rates Bin Rentals
Construction Demolition
for Clothing & Misc. Items SERVICES 204-720-5934 Renovating
Household clean up
only Donations ÊÊÊ Estate clean ups
Estate Sales
$8.29 We now offer Small Engine Repair Transformative
Pick-up & Deliveries Minnedosa & Area
per CARPET CLEANING Call for Quotes Electrolysis
week! Call us today for your carpet Tune ups on
Snowblowers etc. Permanant Hair Removal
& upholstery cleaning needs. 204-596-5111
204-868-5807
MLA
Ê
THE

LEAN
Kim’s Book
Ê Book
MACHINE
House/Business
MOBILE HEAT WASH Cleaning Services
This Spot This Spot
AND DETAILING
for for
- Residential
only only
204.759.3313 - Commercial
$8.29 $8.29
● 204-848-0097
204-848-0097

Toll Free 844.877.7767 204-848-0400 Home: 867-3272


per per
● 204-848-0400 Cell: 210-0818
gregnesbittmla@mymts.net www.clearlakeclean.com bukarz@wcgwave.ca week! week!
#7 � 515 4th Avenue info@clearlakeclean.com
Burlington Place, Shoal Lake, MB
16 Friday, March 15, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Cadurcis News Seniors Bowling Basswood


By doreen TroTT their families on the passing on
League Results News
March 11th of husband, father SUBMiTTed

K ianna Rose of Brandon and grandfather Sydney Cardy

B
visited with Malcolm and of Basswood. owlers of the week of March 11th were By Zelda FirBy
Shirley Rose. Keely Rose of Congratulations to Tom Jim Clark +105 and Vivian Penner +84.
Basswood also visited with her Delgaty of Minnedosa on his
grandparents recently.
Cheryl Hood of
97th birthday on March 9th.
Members of his family from
Other good games were Lynette Johnson
141, Ava Harris 139, 148, Garry MacDowall
183, Rosemary Hamilton 183, 192, Vivian
S ympathy is extended to Ron and Gaileen Kingdon
and family on the recent passing of Gaileen’s sister
in-law in Moose Jaw, SK.
Okeechobee, Florida, Marie Rapid City joined others in wish- Cullen 206, Jim Clark 230, Carry Douglas Deepest sympathy is extended to Marie Cardy and
Cardy of Basswood and Larry ing him well on this memorable 245, 249, Betty Ann Bertran 212, Vicky Bugg family on the passing of husband, father and grand-
Cardy of Basswood visited last day. 168, Doug Pettigrew 265, 219, Vivian Penner father Syd Cardy at the Minnedosa Health Centre on
week with Malcolm and Shirley. A number attended the Ro- 168, and Debbie Tarn 230. March 11th.
Cadurcis sympathy is ex- tary Book Sale this week. Con- A number of residents from the district attended
tended to Marie Cardy and gratulations to the Rotarians on the Brier in Brandon last week while many watched and
Larry, Andy and Cheryl and their many endeavours. enjoyed the curling on the TV.

*We accept Visa, Master Card & debit card purchases


Sale Dates: *We sell lottery tickets
*We deliver within town limits Monday - Friday at 4:00 p.m
($2 charge - $10 minimum order)
MARCH 15TH - MARCH 21ST * Try one of our delicious BBQ chickens!
* We sell fruit, veggie & meat trays and fruit baskets
*Senior’s Discount every Friday (65 & up) (STARTS FRIDAY 9:00 A.M. - ENDS THURSDAY 9:00 P.M.) (24 hours notice is appreciated)
*We sell R.O. water

GROCERY
Campbell’s chili,chunky soup assorted ... 425-540ml ...... $2.49 PC™
FROZEN FOODS
baby brussel sprouts/broccoli florets/peppers&onion500g ............ $2.99
NN™ fries assorted ...................................................................1kg ............. $1.99
Nestle pure life ............................... 24x500ml ...... $4.29 Ristorante Pizza,Casa Di Mama pizza assorted320-385g .. $3.99
Kellogg’s Corn flakes ...............................................................440g ...............$3.99 Breyers Double creamy icecream ........................................ 1.66lt ............. $4.99
Rice Krispies/Corn Pops/Froot Loops ........................... 320-440g ...............$3.99 Lean Cuisine or Stouffers assorted ................................ 212-285g ............. $2.99
NN™ cheese parmesan ..........................................................250g ...............$4.99 NN™ potato patties ................................................................20ea ............. $3.00
NN™ fruit bowls assorted .................................................. 4x123g ...............$2.19

MEATS
PC™ Appletreet assorted................................................. 6x100ml ...............$1.99
Perrier sparkling water assorted.................................... 750ml-1lt ...............$1.49
NN™ liquid honey ..................................................................500g ...............$4.99
PC™ chocolate covered almonds/peanuts/raisins ...... 340-400g ...............$4.49
Carnation hot chocolate assorted .................................. 225-450g ...............$3.99
NN™ cream cookies assorted ......................907g ...... $2.99 Striploin beef steak .................................................................................. $7.99/lb
NN™ chocolate chip/oatmeal cookies..................................907g ...............$3.29 Chicken drumstick ............................................ $1.99/lb
NN™ rice crackers assorted ...................................................100g ...............$0.99 Pork shoulder blade steaks CP ................................................................ $2.49/lb
Ruffles,Cheetos,Sunchips,Smartfood assorted ............. 215-220g ...............$2.99 Johnsonville sausage Italian mild ..........................................500g ............. $5.49
Milk bone original biscuits large/medium/small .................900g ...............$3.99 PC™ smokies -original,cheddar ..............................................1kg ............. $9.99
Pedigree healthy vitality ........................................................... 8Kg .............$17.99 PC™ Chicken Strip breaded,chicken nuggets ......................600g ............. $6.49
Cesar dog food assorted ..........................................................100g ...............$0.99 NN™ Bacon ............................................................................500g ............. $4.99
Whiskas dry meaty selections ..................................................2kg ...............$6.99 Catch of the sole fillets ............................................................800g ........... $10.99

PRODUCE
NN™ canned vegetables assorted ...................................... 398ml ...............$0.99
NN™ mushrooms assorted ................................................. 284ml ...............$1.29
NN™ Mayonnaise light/regular .......................................... 890ml ...............$2.79
NN™ pickles dill chip/with garlic ............................................. 1lt ...............$2.79
NN™ cake mix assorted..........................................................468g ...............$1.39
NN™ pie filling assorted...................................................... 540ml ...............$2.99
NN™ large flakes/quick oats 100% whole grain .....................1kg ...............$2.29 FM McIntosh Apples ................................................................. 3lb ............. $3.49
NN™ peanut butter assorted ..................................................1kg ...............$3.99 Broccoli .....................................................................................................$2.49/ea
Clorox bleach regular ............................................................ 3.57lt ...............$3.99 GH Red Tomatoes on the vine ................................................................. $2.99/lb
Mango red 3CT bag ....................................................................................... $3.99
Nescafe coffee instant rich blend ............170g ...... $4.99 PC™ Mini gems potatoes-red,yellow,mixed....................... 600gr ............. $2.99
Tasters choice classic/decaf....................................................100g ...............$4.99 NN™ Peanuts ....................................................................... 907gr ............. $4.99
Dare Breton/veggie bites/vinta assorted ....................... 200-250g ...............$1.99
Quaker rice cakes/crispy minis assorted ....................... 100-127g ...............$1.79 PC™ Mandarins ....................................... 3lb ...... $4.99
Sunlight 2X HE 32W or Snuggle spring blossom................. 1.47lt ...............$5.99 Romaine Lettuce ......................................................................................$1.59/ea

BAKERY
Dawn Ultra dish liquid assorted ......................................... 532ml ...............$2.49
Liquid Plumber foam pipe snake ........................................ 503ml ...............$3.99
Scrubbing Bubbles, Tilex cleaner ....................................... 950ml ...............$3.99
Sponge Towels Paper Towel ...................................................... 2rl ...............$2.99
Simply Orange juice pulp free .............. 1.54lt ...... $3.99
Kraft Singles slices assorted .......................450g ...... $3.99 D’Italiano bread/buns assorted .........328-675g ...... $2.49
Imperial Margarine CP/Quarters ...... 1.36Kg ...... $4.99 Deli World rye bread light .......................................................900g .............. $2.99
Philadelphia cream cheese assorted .....................................250g ...............$3.49

LUCKY DOLLAR
ALL PRICES ARE PLUS GST, PST & OTHER LEVIES WHERE APPLICABLE *WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
FM 14% sour cream .............................................................. 500ml ...............$2.29
NN™ whipped topping aerosol .............................................225g ...............$1.99
NN™ orange juice ................................................................ 1.75lt ...............$2.99
NN™ natural slices marble cheddar .....................................230g ...............$3.99

F O O D S
NN™ cottage cheese 2% .........................................................500g ...............$2.49

OPEN 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM, 7 DAYS A WEEK • 70 Main Street South, Minnedosa 867-2821
*PRICES AVAILABLE AT THE LUCKY DOLLAR IN MINNEDOSA ONLY

Похожие интересы