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INSIDE The Latest in


this week
Young
Bowling
Champions
Agriculture
2

Lions Journey
For Sight
9 Photos by Karen Mitchell

Morris Industries (top) and Richardson Pioneer (right)


Running on
were two of over 550 exhibitors which filled Brandon’s
Empty?
Keystone Centre earlier this week for Ag Days.
Print jobs can take up to
2-3 weeks to complete.
By DARRYL HOLYK ag sector. This year was no ris Industries, Richardson
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C anada’s largest indoor
farm show, Ag Days,
kicked off early Tuesday
The three-day, free
event featured something
for everyone with a con-
As always, Ag Days
featured the latest, new
and exciting products and
morning at the Keystone nection to agriculture in- innovations in farming.
Centre in Brandon. Locat- cluding over 550 exhibitors There were 14 inventions
ed in the heart of Manitoba and more than 60 speak- featured in the Inventors
agriculture country, this ers with presentations on Showcase with 19 entries
annual event, now in its a vast variety of farm top- in the New Products Com-
42nd year, is always greatly ics. Some of the exhibitors petition.
attended by local farmers which have a direct local Continued on
and those who work in the connection included Mor- Page 16

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Young Bowlers Bring Home the Gold


By KAREN MITCHELL combined team average
were declared the winners.

O n Sunday, January
20th, six Minnedo-
sa bowlers travelled to
Minnedosa Bantam
team, Colin Shaw and
Douglas Dalgarno, placed
St. James Lanes in Win- first with a score of plus
nipeg to compete in the 233 pins in their division.
Youth Bowl Manitoba Hi/ Minnedosa Senior team,
Low Doubles Team Tour- Matthew Dunn and Greg
nament. The provincial Eu, placed first with a score
tournament consisted of of plus 259 pins in their di-
Winnipeg and rural alley vision. Minnedosa Junior
houses. team, Kadence Madden
Each team bowled a and Kody Calen placed in
total of four games and the top five. 
the top three teams who Congratulations to all
bowled the most com- of the bowlers who attend-
bined total pins over their ed.

At left, Colin Shaw and Douglas Dalgarno


placed first in the Bantam Division.

At right, in the Senior Division, Matthew


Photo submitted Dunn and Greg Eu placed first. Photo submitted

Minnedosa Lions Club Celebrate Robbie Burns


By KAREN MITCHELL Robert Burns, more tic Movement. 2019 marks many writings Burns is fa- Garry MacDowall,
commonly known as Rob- the 260th birthday of Rob- mous for is this poem: Lions Club member ex-

T he Minnedosa Lions
Club will host a Robbie
Burns Night at the United
bie or Rabbie, was born
on January 25th, 1759 in
Alloway, Scotland, pass-
ert Burns and throughout
the world various Robert
Burns Nights will be host-
A Red, Red Rose
plained the reasoning for
this year’s event. “Every
year in January the Lions
Church Hall tonight, Fri- ing away at the very early ed during the year. A full O my Luve’s like a red, try and put on live enter-
day January 25th. The eve- age of 27-years-old due to evening of food, song and red rose tainment of some sort.
ning will consist of High- a lifelong heart condition. entertainment. That’s newly sprung There’s not much happen-
land dancers, a piper, a live Burns is considered to be A well-known Burns in June; ing in January so we figured
band and a stuffed pork one of the most famous poem-turned-folk-song O my Luve’s like it was the best time to liven
dinner. Along with a rain- characters of Scotland’s is “Auld Lang Syne” tradi- the melody everyone up!” The event
bow auction and 50/50, cultural history. A world tionally used to bid fare- That’s sweetly play’d will start with Dan Jar-
there is sure to be some- renowned Poet and Folk well to the old year at the in tune. dine playing his bag pipes,
thing for everyone during writer, Burns was regarded stroke of midnight on New then a welcome by emcee
Robert Burns this event. as a pioneer of the Roman- Year’s Eve. One of the other As fair art thou, Lion MacDowall, highland
my bonnie lass, dancers, a beautiful buffet
So deep in luve am I: catered by Anita Holloway,
And I will luve thee still, then onto a live band “The
business of my dear, Three Berts” from Cypress

Glenndosa Glass
Till a’ the seas gang dry: River. The evening will
the month Till a’ the seas gang dry,
wrap up with the draw-
ing of auction and 50/50
Minnedosa Chamber of
Winter Booking Sale Commerce
my dear,
And the rocks melt
prizes. All profits from the
rainbow auction and 50/50
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thanks this business for its’ contribution to
the business community wi’ the sun: will go into an account and
January 2019 I will luve thee still, be used throughout the

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installation in the spring. And I will come again,
my Luve,

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Daycare Expansion in Final Fundraising Stage


By KAREN MITCHELL which is up from the cur- Once all money is secured
rent 20 licensed spaces. the project can move for-

Proposed
$450,000 expansion
T he Minnedosa Com-
munity Child Care Co-
operative has reached the
To date, they have re-
cieved grant commitments
of $195,000, including a
ward and when the ground
is thawed construction
can begin. Construction is
Current final stage of fundraising $15,000 boost from the planned to take approxi-
for the proposed $450,000 Minnedosa and District mately five months, allow-
daycare
expansion of their current Foundation. In addition, ing the new spaces to open
facility building on 2nd Avenue their own fundraisisng ef- up in the fall.
N.W. Plans include an 800 forts, including the packed Donation flyers were
square foot addition onto playhouse ticket sales, sent out in the mail recent-
the east side of the current calendar sales, selling ly, but if you did not re-
building. This will create a sausages and pizzas, etc. cieve one of those but wish
new infant care room, staff has raised an additional to donate to the daycare
room and storage space. $168,883.99. expansion project you can
This expansion will al- The community day- send your donations made
low them to increase their care now is reaching out to out to Minnedosa Com-
overall spaces from the area residents in order to munity Child Care Co-
current; four infant and reach their final fundrais- operative Expansion, Box
16 pre-school, to a total of ing goal of $100,000, which 1108, Minnedosa, MB, R0J
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spaces. Overall, the ex- begin construction. The minnedosachildcare@wc
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to have accommodations April as long as the fund-
for a total of 32 children, raising drive is a success.

Town Council Notes


By DARRYL HOLYK in place which they had Council discussed
to clean up or remove be- the posibility of sending a

M innedosa Town
Council met for its
monthly Committee of
fore they could begin their
class/workshop.
Council will discuss
representative to the Fed-
eration of Canadian Mu-
nicipalities. Members of
the Whole meeting on the Marlies’ proposal and council have attend the
evening of Tuesday, Janu- make a decision at a later conference for the past
ary 22nd in Council Cham- date. few years, but as this year’s
bers. Wes Barrett also ap- conference is being held
Mayor Skatch pre- peared before Council to in Quebec and the over-
sided with Councillors bring an update on next all cost with registration/
Taylor, Butler, T. Dowsett, month’s Skate the Lake/ accomidations and travel
J. Dowsett and Saler in at- Rock the Lake. This year’s could come in at around
tendance. Councillor Blais event is expected to again $7,000, members of Coun-
was absent. be a great success with cil decided not to attend
The meeting opened team registrations already this year as the cost was 19014GE0
with a delegation from coming in strong. too great. 19014GE1
Marlies Soltys. For the
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Around Under The Dome


By
average wait this past October was 16 weeks – a drop
of 30 percent from 24 weeks a year earlier.
Dauphin Regional Health Centre’s $23-million
emergency department upgrade is also slated for

Town...
completion in the middle of this year.
GREG NESBITT Dialysis services in Brandon are being expanded
Riding Mountain MLA as we invest more than $500,000 a year to bring more
treatment options to patients with kidney failure. This
past fall, a home peritoneal dialysis program began in
By Darryl Holyk Brandon and a home hemodialysis program is getting
underway there this year. With these options, many

Medical Students Visit… No Plans to Eliminate DST more Westman patients will be able to manage their
dialysis much more easily.
The University of Manitoba Medical Rural Interest
Group will be taking part in workshops this weekend
in the Prairie Mountain Health Region. Close to 50 first
S omeone’s social media post about Daylight Saving
Time (DST) just after New Year’s got misinterpret-
ed and created a lot of confusion until the facts came
Our government is bringing health-care services
much closer to home for patients in western Mani-
toba, and providing better care sooner for all Manito-
and second-year medical students will split their time to light. bans.
between Minnedosa and Brandon today and tomorrow Independent MLA, Cliff Graydon of Emerson, in-
to experience health care opportunities available in the
region. Watch for coverage of the medical students visit
troduced Bill 205 The Official Time Amendment Act
(Daylight Saving Time Abolished) in the Manitoba
Grants Announced
to our local hospital and clinic in next week’s Tribune. Legislature on November 23rd, 2018. The Bill propos- The Regional Employment Resource Centre
es that Manitoba not go on DST, but stay on Central based in Russell will receive funding of $141,657.
February Excitement… Standard Time all year round.
This is not a government Bill and at this time, our
The Russell Game and Fish Association has been
February is just around the corner which means awarded a $15,000 grant for their shooting range proj-
some exciting events. During the month’s first week, the government is not considering any change to Daylight ect south of Russell.
first announcement of artists for the 16th annual Rockin’ Saving Time in Manitoba, and therefore will not be The Vinok Ukrainian Dance Group, based in
the Fields of Minnedosa will be held followed later in the supporting MLA Graydon’s Bill. Rossburn, is receiving $808.50 under the Arts Devel-
month by Minnedosa’s 13th annual Skate the Lake week- Under The Official Time Act, Daylight Saving Time opment Support Program. The money will be used to
end. Held during the Louis Riel long weekend, this fund- begins in Manitoba on the second Sunday in March host Ukrainian dance workshops.
raising outdoor event will see the return of both hockey and ends the first Sunday in November.
and curling on the frozen surface of Minnedosa Lake.
February is also I Love To Read Month, so get out those
The use of Daylight Saving Time in Manitoba is
historical. It was first adopted in Winnipeg in 1916, 2020 Election
books and get reading! and has been in place for the entire Province since
1963. I was humbled to be nominated as the Progres-
Daylight Saving Time is used throughout North sive Conservative candidate for the Riding Mountain
Win some tickets… America, including most of Canada and the United constituency for the October 2020 Provincial Election
at a meeting attended by Premier Brian Pallister on
Looking for something to do tomorrow night? How States.
Manitoba’s clocks are synchronized with the cen- Wednesday, January 16th.
about taking in the Brandon Wheat Kings game against
tral time zone of the United States to ensure consis- When the election is called, the new Riding
the Regina Pats. We have a pair of tickets to give away.
tency with border crossings, airline flights, and the Mountain constituency boundaries will take ef-
To win, simply call The Tribune at 204-867-3816 and cor-
efficient flow of trade and communications with our fect. They will include the municipalities of Wallace-
rectly tell us which Minnedosa Senior Bomber scored the
largest trading partner. Woodworth and Pipestone and the towns of Hamiota
teams final goal in their January 19th game versus the Pi-
and Virden. The municipalities of Rossburn, Russell-
lot Mound Pilots? If you weren’t at the game, the answer
can be found in today’s edition! MRI and Dialysis Expanded Binscarth and Riding Mountain West will move into
the Swan River constituency, while the municipality
of Riverdale moves to Spruce Woods.
Time to Talk... A new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan-
ner at Dauphin Regional Health Centre has increased
Until the next election is called, the existing
boundaries for Riding Mountain are in effect.
January 30th is Bell Let’s Talk Day and Canadians are capacity for up to about 3,500 exams a year for resi-
encouraged to open the lines of communication about dents of the Parkland region.
mental health. On that day, Bell will donate five cents Greg Nesbitt is the Progressive Conservative MLA
This new $6.2 million MRI will reduce travel times for the Riding Mountain constituency. He can be
towards mental health initiatives from every call, text, for patients, while creating space for a similar number
tweet, social media video view and use of the Let’s Talk reached at 204-759-3313, toll-free at 1-844-877-7767 or
of tests at other MRI locations in the province to lower at gregnesbittmla@mymts.net
Facebook frame or Snapchat filter. Since 2010, Bell Let’s wait times even further. For MRI tests in Manitoba, the
Talk Day has raised over $93 million! Statistic show that
more than 500,000 Canadians are unable to work in any
given week due to some type of mental health issue.

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Chancellors Hockey Report


By LAURA GOOD an 8-1 win for the Mus-
tangs.  Tanner Hanson was
was only minutes away! 
With a minute left the Cou-
Beatty to take the lead 2-1
at the end of the second
Ye O l d
O n Tuesday, January peppered with shots in net.  gars scored to tie the game.  period.  Josh Kingdon with

Trib
15th the Chancellors The loss moved the Chan- This forced a five minute assists to Mitch Collyer
headed to Dauphin.  We cellors to the B Side.  four-on-four overtime pe- and Lucas Beatty scored
knew this would be a tough After an afternoon of riod.  This went scoreless early in the third to give
opponent and game.  This rest, the Chancellors were and the boys were headed the Chancellors a two-goal
proved to be the case with ready to take on the Car- to a shoot out!  First up for lead.  Portage was quick to
Dauphin Clippers first on man Cougars.    Cougars the Chancellors was Mitch respond to close the gap
the board.  Chancellors were first on board.  Kon- Collyer.  In a beauty move, to a one goal game.  The
were not able gain any lyn Nemetchek with as- Mitch found the back of Chancellors continued
ground and lost the match sists to Liam Bachewich the net.  Tanner Hanson their strong play through-
up 7-0.  and Devon Beatty opened shut out all three Cougars out the period.  With only 1889 – The Odanah Council passed a motion that the
The Chancellors head- the scoring for the Chan- shooters – the Chancellors minutes left Lucas Beatty secretary treasurers salary for the year will be $250.
ed to Carman on January cellors.  With .13 seconds had the win and advanced scored with assists to Josh
18th for a two-day tourna- left in the first period Blair to the B Side Finals to verse Good and Mitch Collyer.  1899 – Mr. Henry Horner is making arrangements for
ment.  Friday morning was Desiatnyk with assists to the Portage Trojans.  Once Lucas Beatty scored an un- the establishment of a circulating library in this town. It
against the Prairie Moun- Konlyn Nemetchek and again, the opposing team assisted goal to finish the will contain 1,000 volumes with changing of 50 volumes
tain Mustangs.  The Mus- Malik McKay scored to was first on the board.  game with a 5-3 win and B every three months.
tangs took an early lead give the Chancellors a 2-1 With one second left in the Side Championship for the
scoring two goals in the lead at the end of the first first period Carter Headly Chancellors.  Liam Jardine
middle of the first period.  period.  Cougars answered with assists to Lucas Be- minded the net for Chan-
1909 – The electric light plant has been sold to Mr. Mc-
Dermott and Mr. Fraser, who took possession at the be-
Josh Good scored unassist- back in the second end- atty got the Chancellors on cellors. 
ginning of the year.
ed at the end of the first to ing the second tied at two.  the board and tied the first The Chancellors have
put the Chancellors down With 3 minutes left in the period at one a piece.  The their first home game of
2-1 at the end of the first third Lucas Beatty found Chancellors had the lone the 2019 year tonight, Fri- 1919 – A dance was held at the Armoury in aid of the
period.  The game contin- the back of the net with as- goal in the second period day, January 25th.  See you hospital. It was very well attended with receipts of $75.80
ued to go in the Mustang’s sists to Mitch Collyer and by Josh Good with assists at the rink! with expenditures of $34.95 leaving a balance of $36.35
favour.  As the game with Devon Beatty.  The win to Mitch Collyer and Lucas which was paid to the hospital.

Minnedosa 4-H Happenings


1929 – There is small interest in curling this year due to
the mild weather and flu.

1949 – For the first time in its history, Minnedosa was


By AshLey MAGnUssOn public speaking, lunch and snow tubing on Sunday, Feb- clear of all debt for 1948.
ruary 3rd. A few of our 4-H members went to cheer on

T here was a 4-H meeting at the MCI Room 3 on Mon-


day, January 14th, with 20 members present. Roll call
was taken and each member was encouraged to say what
the Wheat Kings on January 11th for FREE! There are so
many amazing opportunities when you belong in 4H!
The Annual Communications Night is slated for
1959 – The year 1958 ended in a flourish for the
Minnedosa Consumers Co-operative. Total sales for the
their favourite winter activity was, instead of just saying Friday, February 22nd, in the Ukrainian Hall. All pub- year stood at $529,000, an increase of $92,000 over 1957.
“here”. Even the snowy blowy weather couldn’t keep us lic is welcome to attend and support our 4-H members.
away! Each member shared an update on their project Achievement night is Thursday, April 25th at Minnedosa 1969 – The Post Office Department is considering four
reports and many have been busy! United Church, all are welcome. downtown sites for a new Post Office building. One of
Next, we discussed sub-committees progress. We the proposed sites is directly south of the present build-
had a laser tag afternoon followed by a potluck for the ing (clock tower). This would mean tearing down the old
4-H members and their families and it was so much fun. Post Office and thus, straightening the jog at the intersec-
We are planning a 4-H family tubing day in Macgregor tion of 2nd Ave. S.W. and Main Street.
in February, which should be awesome! We are working
on two projects that give back to the community. One 1979 – A serious effort is being made by a small group
involving seniors and the other involving people in our of last year’s Chamber of Commerce executive to reacti-
community that we want to acknowledge for all they do vate that body. The group, seven in number, will hold a
for the community. There are so many fun times when general meeting with hopes of finding a person willing to
you are in 4-H! take on the presidency.
Opportunities in 4-H are not just local, they are
country wide. For our intermediate members, who are
aged 12 to 14 there is an opportunity to go to Inglis during 1989 – Rolling River School Division Superintendent,
the May 2nd weekend. Rayna Topham will be going to Max Schatz has given notice that he will retire effective
Washington. She had to fill out an application and have June 30th. The board appointed Assistant superinten-
an interview and was a successful applicant. Great job dent, Glennis Scott to fill the position effective July 1st.
Rayna! There will be a tube and talk in Assissippi, with
1999 – Minnedosa Kinsmen have donated 250 chairs
to Minnedosa Collegiate and $500 to the Minnedosa Fit-
Letters to the Editor ness Centre.
The Minnedosa Tribune welcomes Letters to the
Editor. All letters must include the writers full name, 2009 – Clanwilliam’s Allan McPherson will be inducted
address, and telephone number. Only the writer’s into the Manitoba Softball Hall of Fame. He has 41 years
name will be published; address and phone number of playing and 39 years of coaching for the Clanwilliam
are required for confirmation. Anonymous letters will Greys.
not be published. Letters that are deemed libelous, Service to Seniors hosted a Senior dinner with 62 seniors and
in bad taste, or describe an incident involving other shut-ins in attendance. Being able to host this dinner is one
people, will not be published. way of combating isolation in the community and the grant of
The Minnedosa Tribune reserves the right to $1,840 from board member Jean Garbolinsky, Tribune Founder
edit letters based on taste, legality, clarity, and to Maxine Woodcock provided a meal for Seniors on William Gibbens
length. Letters to the Editor can be submitted in Random Act of Kindness Day. Born - 1854 at London, England
person, sent by mail to Box 930, Minnedosa, MB
R0J 1E0, by fax (204) 867-5171, or by email to For more info or to make a donation to the Foundation go to Died - February 20, 1932
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Nesbitt to Run as MLA for New Riding Mountain Constituency


commission will some- represent the Progressive
times have to make bound- Conservative Party in the
aries bigger or smaller. October 2020 Provincial
The new boundary for Election.
Riding Mountain will see Nesbitt was elected
the loss of the Municipali- the Riding Mountain PC
ties of Riverdale, Russell- candidate in April 2015
Binscarth, Riding Moun- defeating two other nomi-
tain West and Rossburn nees and then was elected
and gain the communi- as the area’s MLA in April
ties of Hamiota, Virden, 2016. Come early spring,
Wallace-Woodworth and Nesbitt will be extra busy
Pipestone. as legislature is back in ses-
Due to these geo- sion on March 6th. along
pendent of government. graphic changes, found- with his committee meet-
As a result of its review, the ing meetings are required ings every week in Winni-
Commission has changed throughout Manitoba. On peg, being the Legislative
56 of the 57 electoral divi- Wednesday, January 16th Assistant to the Minister
sion boundaries and 14 of current Riding Mountain of Health and his constitu-
the 57 of electoral division MLA, Greg Nesbitt, held ency work in the area.
names. a nomination and found- Over the next year,
Every ten years it is ing meeting in Shoal Lake, Nesbitt plans on touring
mandated that an inde- alongside Premiere Bri- his new geographic area
pendent commission look an Pallister. Pallister has around Virden to familiar-
at the boundaries in Mani- called for nominations in ize himself with this area
toba due to representation over a dozen constituen- and get to know the resi-
by population. Therefore, if cies in Manitoba where he dents he will be represent-
you take the whole popu- wanted to do the nomina- ing if re-elected MLA next
lation of Manitoba and di- tions early, Greg Nesbitt year. “I look forward to
The new boundaries
By KAREN MITCHELL report in December 2018 vide it by the 57 seats that being the fourth nomi- meeting those in the new
for the Riding establishing the boundar- will give you the average nated in the province. riding and always wel-
Mountain consituency
will go into effect with
the 2020 election.
T he Electoral Boundar-
ies Review Commis-
sion released their final
ies for the 2020 provincial
election. The Commission
is non-partisan and inde-
population per boundary.
In order to keep boundar-
ies fair and equitable the
During the meeting, Nes-
bitt was unopposed in his
nomination therefore will
come anyone to come talk
to me with comments or
concerns,” stated Nesbitt.

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A Dozen Teams Compete in Junior Cash Spiel

Photo submitted Photo submitted

Colleen Woychyshyn presents the first place prize to members of Team Tomlinson took first place in the U12 event.
Team Dundas who tied with Team Sallows in the second U17 event.

By Payton Burton were counted by a point Emma Austin) from Clan- went to team Freiheit from and second place went to table, door prize, swag
system. william, Minnedosa, Rapid Brandon. team Mailman (Elie Mail- bags for each participant

O n Saturday, Janu-
ary 12th, Minnedosa
Home Hardware Junior
First place in the
first U17 group was team
Snaith from Carberry with
City and Brandon.
In the second U17
group, first place was a tie
For the U12 age group,
first place went to team
Tomlinson (Grady Burton,
man, Easton Paterson,
Zach and Lane Baron) also
from Minnedosa with ten
and cash prizes for all
teams. Each game was well
played, and every team
Curling League put on the a total of thirty points, for team Dundas (Hunter Steven Tomlinson, Will points. should look forward to a
2019 Minnedosa Cash- second place was a tie be- Dundas, Kieran Baron, Kane, Austin Goriak) from Along with the curling good season!
Spiel. Twelve teams regis- tween teams Woychyshyn Kirk Gunderson, Mathew Minnedosa with 20 points games there was a raffle
tered and forty-eight curl- (Shayla Woychyshyn, Pay- Penner) from Onanole,
ers attended. ton Burton, Rylee Pater- Minnedosa and Neepawa
The teams were di- son, Torynn Dymitriw) and team Sallows from
vided in to two age groups, and Tomlinson (Trace Erickson with 26 points,
U17 which had ten teams Baron, Robert Tomlin- second place was also a
and U12 which had two son, Sage Toews, Travis tie between team Freeman
teams. The first game start- Woychyshyn) both from from Brandon and team
ed at nine in the morning Minnedosa with 25 points, Smith from Neepawa with
and the last game finished third place was team Ha- 20 points and third place
at five-thirty in the eve- gen from Neepawa, and
ning. Each team played fourth place was team Lit-
three games throughout tle (Lizzy Little, Rachelle
the day and the scores Gerra, Annie Prettie,

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Winter Adventures Await at Ski Valley


By KAREN MITCHELL out his father and became ing including; strength-
the sole owner in 1988. ening bones and joints,

L ocated 12 kilometres
north of Minnedosa
sits a picturesque scene
Ski Valley has nine dis-
tinctive runs for all levels
of skiers and snow-board-
boosting your mood, in-
creasing cardiovascular
endurance, strengthening
known as Ski Valley ers, ranging from Beginner, lower body muscles, im-
Minnedosa. One of many Intermediate to Advanced. proving balance and core
local attractions in and They offer equipment rent- strength,  promoting deep
around Minnedosa, this als, instruction classes sleep,  improving  flexibil-
site also proves to be a and a fully licensed din- ity and promoting healthy
busy tourist spot for many. ing experience. The hills eating habits, just to name
Residents young and old are open daily, however a few.
will surely have a memory may vary due to weather If you haven’t yet tak-
or two of skiing the hills conditions. They also cater en a drive out to Ski Val-
that wrap through the trees to large groups or school ley this season or if you
and provide a suburb view. functions if arranged haven’t been in there in
Current owner, Don ahead of time. years, do yourself a favour
Horner, purchased the ski If the experience or this winter and take it all
hill with his father, Elliott, the views don’t pique your in. You will be glad you did! Photos by Karen Mitchell
40 years ago when he was interest there are also sev-
22 years-old. He bought eral health benefits to ski-

Frosty Photos
By
Darryl
Holyk
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, January 25, 2019 9

Snowmobiling in Support of Lions Eye Bank


By KAREN MITCHELL into Minnedosa at noon medical research and or-
on Saturday to fuel up their gan donor advocacy. 

T he annual snowmo-
bile fundraising event
for the Lions Eye Bank of
sleds. Heritage Co-op have
been sponsoring this event
for over 25 years and once
Each rider pays $500
of their own money that
goes into a pot to pay for
Manitoba wrapped up an- again provided the riders meals, hotels, etc. that isn’t
other year after braving with fuel at no cost. “We do donated by businesses.
extreme cold temperatures this because we are an avid This allows 100% of the
and conditions. The Lions community supporter, and donations to go straight
Journey for Sight started that means supporting the to the Lions Eye Bank of
in Flin Flon on Wednes- causes that our commu- Manitoba, with no ad-
day, January 16th travel- nity members care about. ministration costs or fees
ling south, making their The Lions Journey for Sight deducted. “This is exactly
way through Minnedosa is a unique and worthwhile what I like about this fund-
on Saturday, January 19th cause, and the fundraising raiser, every cent collected
for a quick fuel up before efforts are admirable. Her- goes to where it should,”
heading through Neepa- itage Co-op is always hap- stated Mullin. “A huge
wa, Carberry and ending py to support these types thank you to Minnedosa
the event at Brandon Air- of initiatives.” stated Anya Co-op for their continued
port on Saturday evening. McNabb, Co-op Market- Photo by Karen Mitchell support throughout the
Riders travelled approxi- ing and Communications years, allowing us to con-
mately 600 to 700 miles Manager.
Seven riders of this year’s Lions Journey For Sight pulled into the tinue this event year after
throughout the four-day David Mullin, Swan Minendosa Heritage Co-op Gas Bar Saturday to fill up their sleds year at a cost riders can
event. River, has participated in with donated fuel for the final leg of their ride afford to contribute. With-
Sixteen riders started the fundraiser for the past out the sponsorship of lo-
out in Flin Flon and then 24 years. Mullin has been in certain areas. If need was started in 1983 by a The Lions Eye Bank cal businesses, the fee for
broke up into different legs driving the truck and trail- be the sleds will be loaded gentleman from Birtle. To was established in 1984 each rider would have to
in order to hit different er for the past couple years onto the trailers and driven date over two million dol- as a registered non-profit be increased and that may
towns/areas. All of the rid- and before that he was a until they can ride again. lars has been raised for the charitable organization result in less riders. Every
ers met up again on Satur- rider. Two trucks will fol- Mullin is also in charge Lions Eye Bank of Mani- to focus on eye health, dollar donated is so much
day in Neepawa for lunch low the riders pulling trail- of organizing the hotels, toba. Most of the riders including corneal trans- appreciated.”
and then headed on as a ers in case there is an inci- meals and stops along the are Lions Club members plants, human eye tissue
group from there to Bran- dent such as a sled break way. themselves. collection, eye-related
don. Seven riders pulled down or not enough snow The Journey for Sight

19014AX0

Senior Bombers Lose to Pilots


By DARRYL HOLYK by Matt Saler and Wes Lewis. This was
followed by two more goals from the

T he Minnedosa Senior Bombers


hosted the Pilot Mound Pilots on
home ice last Saturday, January 19th.
opponents before Minnedosa scored its
final game goal of the night shot by Mi-
chael Birch assisted by Shane Jury and
The lone goal of the first period was Kelly Stinson. The game came to a close
scored by the Pilots but the Bombers with the final, winning goal from Pilot
opened period two with their first goal Mound defeating the Bombers 6-3.
scored by Matt Saler assisted by Shane The Bombers next one-ice action
Jury and Ryan Heino. The Pilots scored has them taking on the Gladstone Lak-
two more goals in the second period. ers in a home game last night (Thurs-
Shane Jury opened the third period with day) followed by another match against
another goal for the home team assisted them in Gladstone tonight (Friday).

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Newdale News Red Tape Reduction Week


By Raven’s Glen WI plus hardy souls that Kelsea McInnes who were sUBMITTeD for a bylaw requiring busi- Nova Scotia’s Occupa-
braved a -30 degree morn- married January 19th in nesses who do renovations tional Health and Safety

T he Early Bird’s Senior


Card games have be-
gun at the Drop-In for
ing to fill the nave with
chatter and laughter be-
fore Wendy Rose very ably
a lovely outdoor wedding
performed on the patio of
the Lake House in Clear
T o kick off its 10th
Red Tape Awareness
Week™, January 21st to
valued over $100,000 to
do unrelated offsite work
as well, such as building a
Division, for demanding
employers apply strict haz-
ardous materials handling
the winter months. “500” took the morning service. Lake. We welcomed this 25th, the Canadian Fed- sidewalk that leads to no- guidelines to hand soaps
is played every other The sermon was about the couple to Newdale last eration of Independent where. and common household
Wednesday and cribbage biblical wedding where summer and are thrilled to Business (CFIB) presented British Columbia’s cleaners found in the
is played every Friday. Jesus turned the water offer them our best wish- its annual Paperweights Community Benefits workplace.
We’re pleased to have to wine, which we all felt es. Good friends Miles which shines a light on the Agreement requiring con- The Government of
Lorne and Frances Rad- was appropriate for such a Shurvell and Lance Higgott worst examples of red tape struction firms working on Canada, for its user-un-
cliffe from Cardale join us cold day. We so appreciate were both groomsmen for headaches for business provincial infrastructure friendly websites, which
on Fridays for cribbage. Wendy’s work, arranging Markus. Miles’ wife Nata- owners across the coun- projects to join specific are extremely hard to navi-
Also sorry that the Sandy for sermons and Carol for lie is Markus’ sister. Many try, ranging from the eye- unions and comply with gate, and make it difficult
Lake folks were unable to her time arranging the mu- of us know their mother rolling to the downright 336 pages of overly pre- for small business owners
come this year, maybe next sic. Beatrice who worked occa- destructive. scriptive rules which go to access the information
year! We’re always looking Amanda Walker was sionally in our Post Office “This year’s crop of as far as demanding that they need.
for spares if you’re inter- home for the weekend and also from WI events in ‘winners’ includes silly dinner plates should be Health Canada’s lack
ested! visiting her parents Rich- this Region. restrictions on who can warmed before serving. of clarity on the cannabis
The Curling Club has ard and Frances Walker use the word ‘cannabis,’ The City of Moose Jaw, rules has led to officials in
begun the winter season and her brother Lawrence, Toronto’s archaic busi- Saskatchewan, for its bru- Newfoundland and Lab-
with seven mixed rinks
that curl Thursday eve-
Christine and girls. It was
so nice to have them all in
Bridge Club ness licencing process,
and BC’s new mandatory
tal lack of customer service
to High Street West busi-
rador restricting even the
use of the word “cannabis”
nings. Caretaker/Ice mak-
er, David Caird has again
Church Sunday where a
nice visit followed church. Results union rules for public proj-
ects, which specify, among
nesses affected by a pain-
ful and extremely delayed
unless it is by licensed can-
nabis retailers.
put in some “perfect” ice, Did you have your fill other things, that employ- water main replacement. Quebec’s Cannabis
so come down some night of curling last weekend January 17th ees must be served on The City of Toronto, for Regulation Act, which pro-
and cheer on the teams. when the Continental Cup warm dinner plates,” said its new business licensing hibited one craft brewer
The Mixed Bonspiel will be aired? Makes you won- 1st – Tie - Lois Campbell Jordi Morgan, CFIB’s vice- process, which can only from using the word “can-
held on Louis Riel week- der what happened to the /Wilma Jones and Doug president for Atlantic Can- be completed on paper, in nabis” and associated
end as usual. Natural ice good old curling game, it Thiessen / Boyd Grant ada. “The Paperweights person, at one location. imagery on the labels of
took a while to really hard- will be nice when the Pro- 2nd - Lois Phillips / are clear examples of un- Quebec’s Liquor, Rac- his previously legal can-
en this past December, but vincial Playoffs begin and Carol Lonsdale necessary and excessive ing and Gaming Authority, nabis-flavoured beer. In a
after this past week it’s re- we can watch “normal”! 3rd - Albert Parsons / red tape. While some of the for its incredibly stringent catch-22, while producers
ally “hard” and keen! Congratulations to John Cullen examples may seem trivial amusement regulations can’t use the word, Que-
The Church saw 20- Markus Hosmann and or laughable, the cumula- requiring businesses to bec’s liquor board says
tive burden of red tape is obtain separate, costly and they must put “cannabis”
no joke.” time-consuming licenses on their labels.
The full list of Paper- for every bowling lane, “Governments can
weight ‘winners’ includes: pinball machine and pool do a lot of good for small
The Town of Smithers, table, and renew them an- business owners if they
BC is back for a third year nually. take the time to track and
reduce insidious red tape

Seniors Bowling League


that can pile up without
proper oversight,” added
Jonathan Alward, CFIB’s
Director of Provincial Af-
sUBMITTeD
fairs for Manitoba. “Most
of these examples could
B owlers of the week of January 21st were Alan Tarn +73
and Rosemary Hamilton +73.
Other good games were Lynette Johnson 133, Ava
easily be fixed with a bit of
common sense and fore-
sight. We hope these agen-
Harris 134, Garry MacDowall 171, Rosemary Hamilton
cies, governments and
184, 202, Donna MacDonald 100, Vivian Cullen 186, Dan
municipalities take notice
Motuz 209, Jim Clark 160, 170, Wray Douglas 206, 204,
of their Paperweight ‘win’
Alan Tarn 195, 215, Vicky Bugg 154, Vivian Penner 134,
and challenge themselves
161, Reinhardt Penner 160.
to do better going forward.”

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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, January 25, 2019 11

Remove Permanent Marker from Carpet


mine. Please help! Grace Dear Candace,
Dear Terry, Squeeze the juice of Wax paper taped in-
Solutions and Dear Grace, Since scratches caused one lemon into a bowl and side slatted closet doors
Substitutions In order to zap the res-
idue left on your suit, wipe
by cutlery tend to damage
more than just the sur-
add enough baking soda
to make a paste. Apply the
will help to keep out moths
and dust. Submitted by
By the area with rubbing alco- face, you may be looking mixture with a cloth and Corey
REENA NERBAS hol. Leave it for five min-
utes and wipe away. Test
at  a permanent condition.
With that said, here is a so-
wipe until the rust is gone.
Be sure to test solution on To remove permanent
on an inconspicuous area lution to try: Make a paste an inconspicuous area marker from carpet, wash
first. of baking soda and water, first. area with Mr. Clean origi-
rub the plate with an S.O.S nal liquid and water. Scrub
Dear Reena, pat. Later when we tore the
Hi Reena, pad and the baking soda. Hi Reena, with a brush. I used this on
I was at an early Val- heart off, we saw another
My white bone chi- Rinse and dry. Just want to let you my light tangerine carpet
entine party, to begin the heart. An unwanted one!
na  plates have marks on know about my success and was thrilled when the
evening we (ladies only) Some ladies were smarter
them from my stainless- Dear Reena, with a cleaning solution marker came out, I can’t
were given a peel and stick and just peeled the hearts
steel cutlery; the marks My husband and I re- that you recommended. even tell where the marker
red heart. I peeled mine off, but several women
won’t come out with the cently built a new home My family members had was. Marion
and pressed it on the lapel were left with an unwant-
use of the dishwasher. and installed beautiful vomit on their couch cush-
of my black finely ribbed ed heart. Some tried rub-
Any ideas of how to clean quartz countertops.  We ions, so I sent them the note: every user as-
pant suit. To make sure bing it with an ice cube.
them? Terry were led to believe that solution that you recom- sumes all risks of injury
it stuck, I gave it an extra No dice! I haven’t touched
quartz was imperme- mended. They have re- or damage resulting from
able to all types of stain- turned from Germany and the implementation of any
ing.  However, last week said they used vinegar fol- suggestions in this column.

Sandy Lake News


my husband left a rusted lowed by baking soda to Test all products on an in-
cookie sheet on the coun- clean their cushions and it conspicuous area first.
ter and we now have a rust worked perfectly. Joan Reena nerbas is a
stain that I can’t get off.  I popular motivational pre-
was wondering if you had Clean dirty grout senter for large and small
By Diane Bachewich retirement Paula as you to Ireland.
any tips for removing rust with mouthwash and an groups. ask a question or
start a new chapter in life. Epiphany (Little
from a quartz surface. old toothbrush (Listerine share a tip at reena.ca
O nce again, the Malan-
ka (Ukrainian New
Year’s) celebration, hosted
Welcome to the three
new residents who have
been admitted to the
Christmas) was celebrated
on January 19th according
to the Jullian Calendar at
Candace works best). Submitted by
Laura
by the Shevchenko Dance Sandy Lake Personal Care the St. Nicolas Orthodox
Ensemble, was a great suc- Home they are, Ann Drul North Church followed
cess. The Ukrainian dance from Hamiota Hospital, by the blessing of the wa-
club put on a performance
at 8:00 p.m., dance to the
band “By Request” fol-
Marion Memryk of Strath-
clair and Joyce Minty of
Onanole. Hope you ladies
ter on the lake. Following
the blessing, coffee and
goodies were served by the
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visit The Minnedosa Tribune for:
lowed, then a hot lunch at enjoy your new environ- Ukrainian Museum Com-
10:00 p.m. and more danc- ment. mittee at the Drop-In Cen-
ing. A good time was had Brian and Kathy Bragg tre. Epiphany is an ancient
by all. The lucky winner have returned to their Christmas feast day which
of the 50/50 draw for the home in Sherwood Park, celebrates the baptism of
night was Kaitlyn Dmytriw. AB after spending a week Jesus by John the Baptist Invitations
It is with sadness that with mom, Sadie Rys- in the River of Jordan. This
Sandy Lake community tephanuk. While here Bri- brings the Christmas cel- Envelopes
neighbours and friends ex- an enjoyed some ice fish- ebration to a close for an- Mailing Labels
tend “Best Wishes” to Bill ing. other year.
and Jean Huston who have Ovia Bachewich is re- Congratulations to our Social Tickets
now taken up residence in ceiving congratulations on newly weds Markus Hos- Thank You Notes
Brandon. the arrival of her first great mann and Kelsea McInnes
Barry and Brenda Ogg grandchild. A baby boy who were married on Sat- Keepsake Bookmarks
have returned home from was born to grandson Na- urday during an outdoor Place Cards
a week in Calgary, AB. than and Michele Hulley of wedding held at the Lake
Congratulations to Dauphin. House in Clear Lake. The and more!
Paula McLaughlin who has Darrell and Emily Barr reception was held at the
retired from the Sunrise have just returned home Onanole Rec. Centre.
Credit Union. Enjoy your from a six-week vacation

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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, January 25, 2019 13

HELP WANTED OBITUARY

KAREN ELIZABETH WARK


WEST REGION CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES INC. June 3rd, 1949 – January 8th, 2019
invites applications for teh position of Rolling River School Division
ALTERNATE CARE/GAA GII KWENG Karen was born on June
3rd,1949. She was raised with
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Rolling River School Division is located in her sister Susan by their lov-
Rolling River First Nation southwestern Manitoba, Canada in close proximity to ing parents George and Elsey
Riding Mountain National Park and Brandon. MacKay (Reid) in the northeast
Reporting to the Alternate Care Supervisor the worker will be responsible for corner of Minnedosa. It was a
performing a variety of duties within the Alternate Care & GGK Unit. This position is
Full Time Term TEACHER required vibrant neighbourhood filled
based out of the head office at Rolling River First Nation.
February 4 to June 28, 2019 with more than forty children
DUTIES WILL INCLUDE: Elton Collegiate within two blocks. Karen enjoyed
• Processing all information with respect to foster care application many outdoor activities such as
• Contact with RCMP/Abuse Registry and other agencies regarding care providers’ skipping, tobogganing, making forts,
police, abuse and prior contact checks
For more details and application information, please visit our website at
www.rrsd.mb.ca select Employment then Teaching Positions. playing games of red rover and truth or
• Opening and closing files related to foster care, adoption, and repatriation
dare. As a youth, she enjoyed Brownies and
• Tracking Statistics for the Alternate Care Department
• Provide support to the Alternate Care & GGK workers as needed Girl Guides. She was a proud member of the Minnedosa Jun-
Thank you to all applicants for their interest in
• Knowledge of the CFSIS system or willingness to learn ior Choir under the direction of Mrs. Jean Stevenson. Another
Rolling River School Division. highlight of her youth was the annual trip by car or passenger
• Minute taking and photocopying for the Alternate Care Department
• Assisting with coordination of Foster Parent training, workshops, orientation,
Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. train through the beautiful Rocky Mountains to Vancouver with
and foster parent appreciation her parents and Susan.
• Tracking of Place of Safety resources Upon her graduation from High School, Karen went to
• Sending out application packages to all people who request to foster IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS Brandon University to complete her teaching degree. She con-
• Maintaining a filing system tinued her education for many years and obtained a Bachelor
QUALIFICATIONS: We are overwhelmed by of Education specializing in Special Education and Resource
• Minimum Grade XII (preference will be given to post secondary education). the kindness of the people in teaching. She spent her first year teaching in the small friendly
• Knowledge and experience in computerized programs, i.e. Microsoft Office the restaurant when my hus- village of Oak River.
• Clerical background and typing skills with a minimum of 50 words per minute band fell. What a great com- In 1970, Karen married Arden Wark and the couple moved
• Knowledge of and appreciation for Ojibway culture and aspirations are essential. munity we are privileged to to the northern community of Lynn Lake. Karen continued
• Must have demonstrated ability to work as part of a team live in. Gratefully, Hazel and teaching and Arden worked for the mine. In the north mom
• Must have excellent interpersonal skills enjoyed the legion, playing bridge, canasta and getting togeth-
Fred Stonehouse.
• The ability to speak Ojibway will be considered a definite asset. er with friends for social gatherings. Karen and Arden had two
• Excellent administrative and organizational skills
children; Trent Arden Wark, born on December 7th, 1974 and
• Must be willing to complete criminal record and child abuse registry checks Thank you so much to
Kendra Elizabeth Wark, born on January 5th, 1976. In 1976,
All applicants must be willing to submit a Criminal Record check that includes a the Minnedosa Health Center
they moved back to the northeast corner of Minnedosa, where
Vulnerable Sector Search, Child Abuse Registry check, Prior Contact check and Driver’s staff for the kind and compas-
childhood memories and her parents remained. Karen con-
Abstract prior to employment. Travel is required. A valid driver’s license and access to sionate care that was given to
tinued to live in Minnedosa until her passing.
means of reliable transportation for work is a condition of employment. our mother, Karen Wark and
Karen taught at Tanner’s Crossing School until her retire-
her family during her stay in
SALARY: Commensurate with experience and training and according to Provincial pay ment after thirty-nine years in 2007. While teaching, Karen also
scale. the palliative care room prior
helped organize the Jump Rope for Heart fund raisers. She was
In Loving Memory of to her passing January 8th,
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: Tuesday, February 5th, 2019 a member of the Minnedosa Big Brothers and Sisters organiza-
JEAN MCLEAN 2019. The palliative care room
tion. She served as National Test Chairman for the Figure Skat-
Please submit resumes to: January 27th, 2017 and the family room made a
ing Club. Karen was a member of the Minnedosa Legion Ladies
Suzanne Gebken, BSW, RSW very tough time in one’s life
Auxiliary and a member of the Ruth Chapter of the Eastern Star
Alternate Care/GGK Supervisor I Miss You Mom easier and allowed family and
West Region Child & Family Services, Inc. Lodge. For many years, Karen served in a variety of positions
I thought of you with love friends to spend time with
255 Sherbrook Street for the local Manitoba Teacher’s Association. Karen enjoyed
today, Karen. Thank you to the EMS
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 2B8 playing the organ, sewing her picnic quilts, and tending to
but that is nothing new. staff who assisted our moth-
Fax: (204) 985-4079 her garden. However, her favourite times were spent with her
I thought about you yesterday, er to the hospital when she
family and friends. Fishing trips to Coli Lake and family din-
We thank all who apply, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. and days before that too. needed help. Thank you to
ners with Chase the Ace card games were great fun for her. She
I think of you in silence, all the family and friends that
loved the fireworks held on New Years Eve and the Critter Races
I often speak your name. have shared their stories and
and other games the family played in the backyard on Canada
All I have are memories, taken the time to show their
Day. Karen enjoyed spending several winters in Yuma, Arizona
and your picture in a frame. love and care for our mother,
with her husband, Arden, where they made many friends.
Your memory is my keepsake, Karen. Thank you to White’s
Karen was pre-deceased by her husband Arden Wark and
with which I’ll never part. funeral service and Elgin Hall
parents George and Elsey MacKay (Reid). She will be greatly
Heritage Co-op is presently inviting applications for a God has you in his keeping, who put on a beautiful service
missed and her passing will be mourned by her son Trent Wark
I have you in my heart. in memory of our mother,
FULL TIME BAKER & FULL TIME DELI CLERK Karen Wark. Thank you to
(Tracy), children Katelyn, Tyler, Elexia, Bo, her daughter Ken-
For our Bakery/Deli Department located in Minnedosa, MB dra Wark (Greg), her sister Susan (Emile), sister-in-law Donna
Love your family. everyone who was there and
Duties to include, but not limited to; customer service, product preparation, packaging,
(Don), brothers-in-law Alvin (Lola) and Keith (Judy) and many
Irene McLean, Craig, who knew mom to be the
ordering/receiving, stocking, merchandising and general housekeeping/sanitation other relatives, family and friends. A service was held January
duties. Sheila McLean, wonderful person that she
14th, 2019 at the United Church with a tea afterwards to cele-
Barry, Janice Meadows, was. Trent, Tracy and family,
Qualifications: brate Karen’s life. Interment will be at the Minnedosa Cem-
 Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills grandchildren and great Kendra & Greg.
etery.
 Highly motivated grandchildren
 High image standards x
 Must be available to work a variety of shifts including days, evenings and
weekends PROPERTIES FOR SALE
We offer great advancement opportunities within our organization and the Co-
operative Retailing System, competitive compensation and benefits, company
matched pension plan and a diverse and supportive working environment.
A GOT Prairie Mountain
Gwen Usick
Ph: 204-867-4657
Fax: 204-867-2150
D
Independently Owned
Our core values are Integrity, Excellence and Responsibility
YOUR and Operated Broker Realtor
gwenu@mts.net
If you are interested in joining our team, please send your cover letter and
resume to:
V ATTENTION?
MINNEDOSA
E
a.haywood@heritagecoop.ca
This immaculate open concept 3 bedroom 2 bath home has been
Attn: Annette Haywood extensively renovated from head to toe & features updated kitchen
Book this with soft close cabinets, countertops, backsplash, island has new
Or apply in person at our Minnedosa Food Store
R space for
Bosch dishwasher, new fridge, 1/2” laminate flooring, soft close mirror
closet doors & closet organizers, sky light in main bath, mostly LED
www.heritagecoop.ca
T your next ad
lighting throughout house. Downstairs you will find a family room,
3rd bedroom, 3 pc bath, storage, laundry pair neatly tucked behind
folding doors. New HE gas furnace, low hydro costs average less
I
WE THANK ALL CANDIDATES FOR THEIR INTEREST, HOWEVER,
ONLY THOSE SELECTED TO CONTINUE IN THE SELECTION PROCESS WILL BE CONTACTED.

than $90/mo, new plumbing throughout, updated water lines from


Call street, HWT ‘17, HRV ‘17 & mudroom leading to new attached single

S 204-867-3816
car garage constructed of 2x6 walls, R20 insulation, GDO & remote.
Outside is all decked up too with deck, railing, vinyl siding & 1 1/2”
insulation, shingles, windows, landscaped retaining wall, eaves,
E for more
information!
MLS #1830171 flower bed & shed. Drainage has also been upgraded with french
ditch, weeping tile & buried lines. There are many more upgrades,

!
$215,900
additional list available.
Take a tour on Realtor.ca or our website www.remax-prairie mountain-npwa.mb.com
14 Friday, January 25, 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
• All types of excavation
R.M. OF OAKVIEW R.M. OF ELTON 242 - 5TH AVE. S.W. • Basements, Demolition
• Snow removal
867-0400 water management
MINNEDOSA
- ¼ section on Little - 1,448 sq. ft. 2008 bungalow • Gravel, Topsoil 0r Call: Ian
Saskatchewan River Valley - 1,076 sq. ft. 3 bedroom • Sales of septic tanks
- New horse barn
- 19.4 acres, 15 minutes to
Brandon
bungalow Kirk 867-0180 867-7506 874-2134 or 867-0383
- wood burning fireplace, deck
- Custom built 2 storey home - Numerous outbuildings and with hot tub
Bryon Gaiser HWM
$550,000 MLS # 1829012 municipal water
- Many updates and newly
$549,900 MLS #1825286
Truck & Skid
fenced yard
$279,900 MLS #1808983
Steer Service
Competitive Rates
BILL HOPKINS
204-868-5702
DEMOLITION
204-867-0260
SEMI WITH LOW BED &hopkinswelding@hotmail.com
END DUMP
SCREW PILING
43 BEACH RD.
SANDY LAKE
171 - 6TH AVE. N.E.
MINNEDOSA
306 – 1ST ST. SE,
MINNEDOSA
ELECTRICAL
- Lakefront lot ready - 1,380 sq. ft. 3 bedroom - Triple garage with loft area
for new build
- Immaculate condition and
& guest house
- Corner lot in great area of
C. BURTON ELECTRICAL EAVESTROUGH
- 50’ frontage
- Plenty of room for parking
lots of updates
- Sunroom and double
town Enterprises Ltd.
detached garage - Concrete slab with plumbing Refridgeration
$109,900 MLS #1825486 for future development Air Conditioning,
$284,900 MLS #1822536
$109,900 MLS # 1718681
Heating & Electrical BILL HOPKINS
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* Weeping Tile, Concrete Sealer, Snap Ties
Gateway Street All at Competitive
FERTILIZER FINANCE
Jon Kowal
Onanole, MB Open prices
204-848-7413
8:00 - 4:00
Howard Wirch, C.G.A*
9-515 4th Ave.
Suite A 867-0145 Custom
Shoal Lake, MB 110 Main Street South Fertilizer Minnedosa
204-759-2680 Minnedosa
Floating Credit Union
Dauphin Office - 204 867-5550 Call today to book your
15 1st Ave. S.W. ● Roofing ● Decks
Phone: 204-638-3005
● Fencing ● Exterior ● Finishing spring floating needs!
● Renovations ● Repairs
Fax: 204-638-5817
Darvin - 204-868-5869 Main line
*Denotes Professional Corporation AUTO littlevalleyconstruction@live.ca
Robert - 204-867-7113 204-867-6350
204-868-5980 or 204-867-5544 Fairmount Solar and Electrics Brad Ross
For All Your Electrical Needs 204-867-6366
CatharineÊ
MÊ GijsbersÊ
204-874-2360 Terry McLenehan
204-867-6363
Susan Glasgow
Chartered Professional BACKHOE & TRUCKING
Accountant Inc.
204-867-6353
Pinette
● AC
MinnedosaÊ Debbie Strelczik
Ê 213ÊÊ 2ndÊ StÊ NEÊ Ê -Ê Ê BoxÊ 385Ê Ê 204-867-6360
T:Ê 867-3884Ê Ê Ê C:Ê 867-0190Ê Electrical Inc. (48-4)
Dan Quesnel
Email:Ê Ê Catharine@mts.netÊ
M&M ●Electrical
GRAIN 204-867-6359
Donna Dowsett
AUTO BODY Contracting HAULING 204-867-6361
BDO Canada LLP All Auto Body Repairs Ph: 867-3238
Candice Brown
Chartered 204-867-6362
Professional Accountants Ph: 867-2083 Cell: 868-5741
Brian Horner Alayna McTavish
Farm, Business & Individual 5 Main St. North 204-867-6354
Grain & Fertilizer Kim Butler
Professinal Services: Hauling 204-867-6352
- Tax
- Accounting Book this spot Book this spot Joanne Clarke
204-867-6364

- Farm Programs $5.52/week $5.52/week Gaylene Johnson


204-867-6357
Don Simpson, CPA, CA Call 204-867 3816
Call 204-867 3816 Fax
204-867-6391
39 Main Street South, Minnedosa
204-867-2957
204-867-7182
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, January 25, 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
Potable Water Delivery Yard Maintenance ServiceS Ventures Inc.
Tuesday & MinnedoSa & area
Myrna Alexander
Myrna Charles Minnedosa and area
Saturday at 7 p.m. Waste
FRONTIER
Cell: 868-5503
Cell: 868-5503 • Snow Blowing
Health Inspected
at Calvary Temple, • Unwanted Item Removal Management &
TRADING STORE 221 Hamilton Street, No Job is too small!!! • Small Engine Repairs
Contracting
• Mechanical Welding
Neepawa, MB 204-868-5674 (204)476-0002
Book 867-5551 • Handyman Services
Garbage Removal
• Reasonable Rates
This Spot Gently Used Furniture Bin Rentals
204-720-5934 Construction Demolition
for Clothing & Misc. Items SERVICES rforster0755@gmail.com
Renovating
Household clean up
only Donations Estate clean ups
Estate Sales
$8.29 We now offer Small Engine Repair
Pick-up & Deliveries Fair Rates
per CARPET CLEANING Call for Quote Book
week! Call us today for your carpet Fall Tune ups on
Snowblowers etc.
& upholstery cleaning needs.
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This
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THE

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Kim’s for Book
MACHINE
House/Business
This Spot
MOBILE HEAT WASH
AND DETAILING
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for
- Residential $13.88 only
204.759.3313 - Commercial
per $8.29
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16 Friday, January 25, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Ag Days 2019
Continued 50/50 draw are donated
from Page 1 back to support communi-
ties where exhibitors and
On Wednesday night, attendees live. Since the
the first-ever Manitoba So- program began, more than
cial was hosted in the his- $130,000 has been given
toric dome building east of back in grants. Two of
the Keystone Centre com- this year’s eight recipients
plex. This sold-out event included Rapid City Mu-
was held as a fundraiser seum Inc. which received
for the continuation and a $4,000 grant and Ag in
growth of the valued Ag the Classroom Manitoba
in the Classroom program which received an $8,000
which has benefitted stu- funding boost.
dents right here in our own The theme for this Photo by Karen Mitchell
local schools! year’s ag exhibition was
Since 2015, Ag Days “Tell Your Story – Be An and agriculture employ- producer of canola in the over 38,000 glasses of milk cheese produced in Cana-
has provided grant fund- Agvocate!” Here are some ees over 2.3 million Ca- entire world while the beef per year while the honey da and our country grows
ing to agriculture related fun Canadian Agriculture nadians each year. When industry contributes close industry produces close over 150 kinds of potatoes.
projects through its Ag facts: one in eight jobs it comes to what Canada to $25 billion to the Cana- to 80 million pounds of Those are just a few statis-
Gives Back program. All in Canada are in the Ag produces in agriculture, dian economy. The aver- honey each year. There are tics that prove that Canada
proceeds from Ag Days and Agri-food industry we are the number one age dairy cow produces more than 700 varieties of is ag strong!

*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)
JANUARY 25TH - JANUARY 31ST * 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
Heinz Ketchup upside down/squeeze ..........750ml-1lt ...... $3.99
FROZEN FOODS
Furlani Texas Toast garlic .................................................... 16x40g ............. $3.99
FM brownies two bite ..............................................................300g ............. $3.99
Kellogg’s Corn Flakes/Corn Pops/Froot Loops320-440g ..... $3.49 Pillsbury Toaster Strudel strawberry ......................................326g ............. $2.49
Nutella spread medium ..........................................................375g ............. $3.49 PC™ frozen yogurt assorted .....................................................2LT ............. $3.99
Glad plastic wrap cling .......................... 30m ...... $1.25 El Montery Taquitos assorted .................................................595g ............. $7.99
Mini Wheats regular ................................................................510g ............. $4.99 GG veg California/Japan/cheddar pasta mixes .....500g ...... $1.99

MEATS
Jif creamy peanut butter........................................................... 1Kg ............. $4.99
Campbells RTE soup assorted ............................................. 540ml ............. $2.19
Hellmans Real mayo/Big squeeze................................750-890ml ............. $4.99
PC™ croutons assorted ..........................................................140g ............. $1.99
Frenchs mustard/dijon .................................................325-400ml ............. $2.49
Heinz chili sauce .................................................................. 455ml ............. $3.99
Tropicana no pulp 100% juice ............................................. 2.63lt ............. $6.49 PC™ bacon ..............................................................................500g ............. $5.59
Uncle Bens bistro express assorted ........................................250g ............. $2.99 NN™ pepperoni, salami chub ...............................................500g ............. $3.99
Dare Bear Paws assorted .........................................................240g ............. $2.49 Chicken legs fresh..................................................................................... $1.99/lb
Quaker Oats quick .................................................................... 1Kg ............. $2.49 Top sirloin beef steak................................................................................ $5.99/lb
Dawn/Ivory dish soap ultra assorted .................................. 532ml ............. $2.49 Cooked turkey breast ...........................................................................$1.99/100g

PRODUCE
Tidy Cats instant action....................................................... 6.35Kg ............. $6.99
McCafe premium roast tin ......................................................950g ........... $17.99
Nesquick syrup assorted ...............................................510-700ml ............. $4.49
Smartfood popcorn white cheddar/Sunchips ........... 200g-225gr ............. $2.99
NN™ bath tissue ......................................12ea ...... $2.99
Unico Tomatoes diced ......................................................... 796ml ............. $1.99 Grapes-Red,Green ............................................. $2.49/lb
Unico beans white/black/red kidney ................................. 540ml ............. $1.59 Sweet Peppers-Red,Orange ..................................................................... $3.49/lb
Unico olives black ripe pitted/sliced .................................. 375ml ............. $1.59 Russet potatoes ........................................................................ 10lb ............. $3.99
Barilla spaghetti/spaghettoni/fettuccine ..............................454g ............. $1.79 Celery stalks ................................................................................................... $2.99
Classico Sauce assorted ................................................410-650ml ............. $2.99
FM oranges ................................................ 3lb ...... $3.99
Kraft cheese parmesan grated ...............250g ...... $6.99 PC™ Ambrosia Apples ............................................................................. $1.49/lb
Lactantia or Olivina margarine ..............................................850g ............. $3.99 PC™ Potatoes mini gems mixed,red,yellow ............................................... $2.99
Kraft Cheez Whiz .....................................................................450g ............. $4.99 GH Beefsteak tomatoes ............................................................................ $2.49/lb
NN shreds nacho/mozzerella large size ................................900g ........... $10.99 Strawberries ............................................................................... 1lb ............. $3.99
Cauliflower ..................................................................................................... $3.99

LUCKY DOLLAR
ALL PRICES ARE PLUS GST, PST & OTHER LEVIES WHERE APPLICABLE *WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES

Lettuce Iceberg ....................................................... $2.49

F O O D S BAKERY
OPEN 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM, 7 DAYS A WEEK • 70 Main Street South, Minnedosa 867-2821 Country Harvest bread assorted .............. 675gr ...... $2.79
*PRICES AVAILABLE AT THE LUCKY DOLLAR IN MINNEDOSA ONLY