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INSIDE Medical Students Visit Minnedosa


O n Friday, January 25th

and Saturday, Janu-
ary 26th, Prairie Mountain
Health (PMH), in partner-
ship with the Manitoba
Health Care Providers
Network and Max Rady
College of Medicine, Fac-
Robbie Burns ulty of Sciences, hosted
the University of Manitoba

Night Medical Student Rural In-
terest Group.
The Rural Interest
Group (RIG) weekend
promotes the benefits of
practicing medicine in ru-
ral communities. Approxi-
mately 48 first and second-
year medical students split
their time between the
communities of Brandon
and Minnedosa.
In Minnedosa, 21 stu-
dents took part in the two-

Students day workshops consisting

of; suturing, reading EKGs,
casting, airway manage-
Recycle ment and a STARS simu-

lated patient encounter.
Bags Continued
Photo by Karen Mitchell

During one of the workshops in Minnedosa, medical students practiced

on Page 10
surgical suturing on cow tongues.

Heritage Co-op Expanding to Rivers This Spring

SUBMITTED community members care about.” Heritage Co-op looks forward to providing a truly
Customers can always be sure that their dol- local grocery option for the Rivers community and get-

A t the end of 2018, Heritage Co-op amalgamated

with Strathclair Co-op and for 2019, the Heritage
Co-op reach to new communities will continue. It has
lars spent will be invested back into the communities
served. Heritage Co-op also encourages community
members to take advantage of Co-op’s lifetime mem-
ting to know the community and its members better.
“We have long felt like Rivers was part of our overall
Heritage Co-op community, so it’s exciting that we
been announced that Heritage Co-op has purchased bership benefits – another important feature of the can now officially call Rivers one of our communities
the Bigway Foods store in Rivers and is proud to offi- Co-op difference. Members are owners and share in served” said Zacharias.
cially become a member of the Rivers community in the profits of their Co-op. Purchases made at Heritage The official transition of ownership by Heritage
spring 2019. The recent sale has the current owners Co-op locations gain members equity, and each year Co-op will happen in April 2019, with the specific date
and Heritage Co-op management and board excited members receive cash back for a portion of this equity. to be determined. During this transition, the Rivers
about the future of the store. “It’s easy to earn cash back just by shopping at store will operate as usual. All employees of the Rivers
“We’re ready to show Rivers the Co-op difference, Co-op for your everyday needs, and it’s easy to shop at Bigway Foods will be given the opportunity to remain
and that extends beyond great products and service,” Heritage Co-op locations, now in seven different com- employed at the store once Heritage Co-op takes own-
said Heritage Co-op General Manager, Lorne Zacha- munities,” said Zacharias. “With Rivers’ close proximity ership.
rias. “We strive to be a true member of the communi- to Brandon, shoppers will also be happy to know that
ties we serve, and that means supporting community they can gain equity when they shop at our Rivers loca- Continued on Page 2
groups and initiatives and caring about the causes our tion and our Brandon location.”
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Grade 4 Students Doing Their Part to Recycle

By KAREN MITCHELL to decompose by itself,
so by re-using the items it

A t Tanner’s Crossing
School, Lori Noonan’s
grade four students are a
saves the earth. Pollutants
go into our soil and water
and the air, we don’t want
dedicated bunch when it to have this in our bodies
comes to recycling. The and make us sick.”
class of 25 students are in The benches were cre-
the midst of several proj- ated by ReGen Compos-
ects where they are learn- ites Corporation of Win-
ing how to and the impor- nipeg. The benches are
tance of recycling. One of made from recycled plas-
their latest projects paid off tics bags, end of life plastic
greatly, resulting in the de- bins, pool plastic, lawn fur-
livery of a bench and fris- niture and wood chips.
bees for the whole school Mrs. Noonan’s class is
to enjoy. The bench will be not slowing down in their
housed on the west side projects either. They are
playground come Spring currently working on a
and will be appreciated by worm compost and have
many for years to come. goals of planting several
Take Pride Winnipeg different vegetables in
and Multi-Material Stew- their raised garden beds
ardship Manitoba created when the weather is warm-
Photo by Karen Mitchell
a program called Bag It er.
Up Manitoba where el- Ms. Noonan’s Grade Four students have been rewarded for their recycling efforts with a These young minds are
ementary schools across new bench for Tanner’s Crossing School and frisbees, all made from recycled plastic. passionate to say the least
the province were invited and it’s wonderful to see
to take part. The key ele- schools, only 14 schools ing the earth, so it makes other cool things out of in- our youth soak in knowl-
manufacturing options.
ments of the project were were selected to receive the earth better and less stead of just throwing it in edge that will help them in
154 schools across
to collect as many plastic a bench and frisbees and polluted. We used recycled the garbage. A plastic water their years to come.
Manitoba took part in
bags (grocery bags, cereal TCS was one of them! items so you can make bottle takes a million years
the project, collecting a
bags, bread bags, bubble Tom Ethans, Execu-
whopping 866,000 plas-
wrap, etc.) as possible and tive Director of Take Pride
tic bags. Tanners Crossing

Rivers to Welcome Heritage Co-op

send them in to Winnipeg Winnipeg, made the spe-
students collecting over
for recycling. According to cial delivery of the items
14,000 bags alone within
the Take Pride Winnipeg to the local students on
the one-month collection
website, the goal of this Thursday, January 17th.
period and each of those Continued from Page 1 is scheduled to take place Minnedosa, Erickson, San-
challenge is to  teach stu- Ethans told the students
bags were counted daily by this summer. dy Lake, Brandon, Wawa-
dents to do more to reduce
Mrs. Noonan’s grade four how important it is to recy- eritage Co-op values Heritage Co-op is a nesa, and Strathclair in the
their waste and consider cle and the importance of
class. Of those overall 154 the business of the local retail co-operative areas of food, fuel, home
reusing, recycling and re- what they have achieved. customers at this store and that has proudly served and building supplies, and
The grade fours got quite a will ensure that the store the Westman area for 90 agricultural supplies and
kick out of Ethans attire as provides the highest level years. Established in 1929 services. Over the past 10
he made the presentation of service. Customers can as Minnedosa Consum- years, Heritage Co-op has
wearing a tie made of dif- look forward to seeing Co- ers Co-op Ltd., the or- given back over $30 mil-
ferent coloured duct tape! op label products stocked ganization has operated lion in cash back equity to
When asked why re- throughout the store once under the Heritage name its members and contin-
cycling is important the the transition is complete. since 1990. Today, Heri- ues to invest in and sup-
grade four students had A grand opening celebra- tage Co-op serves more port various community
this to say; “It stops pollut- tion at the Rivers location than 26,500 members in efforts.


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Bombers Earn
Back-to-Back Wins

Photo by Karen Mitchell

By DARRYL HOLYK Heino. The Lakers scored another goal from Matt
their final goal of the game Saler assisted by Wes Lew-

T he Minnedosa Bomb-
ers faced off in two
games against the Glad-
and the Bombers followed
up with the final game goal
from Wes Lewis assisted
Finally, in the third pe-
riod, the Lakers got on the

stone Lakers last week and by Tyler Jury for the win of scoreboard earning the pe-
came out victorious both 7-5. riod’s first four goals before
times! The next night, Janu- the final goal of the game
On Thursday, January ary 25th, saw the Bombers was shot by Matt Saler as-
24th, the Bombers hosted head to Gladstone to again sisted by Wyatt Rapsky
the Lakers at the local are- face the Lakers on their crowning the Bombers the
na. The game opened with home ice. The Bombers game champions with a
two goals from the home- played strong in the first score of 6-4.
town team – the first scored period earning three goals. The Bombers are cur-
by Matt Saler assisted by The first was scored by rently sitting in third place
Russ Huyghe and Shane Matt Saler assisted by Ryan in the Eastern Division
Cameron and the second Heino and Wyatt Rapsky, of the Tiger Hills Hockey
scored by Wes Lewis as- the second was scored by League. To date, they have
sisted by Colin Slobodian Shane Jury assisted by Wy- played 17 regular season
and Kelly Stinson. The Lak- att Rapsky and the third games with eight wins and
ers scored their first goal to was scored by Travis Erick- nine losses.
close out the first period at son assisted by Kelly Stin- Tomorrow night, Feb-
2-1 for the Bombers. son and Matt Saler. ruary 2nd, the Bombers
Gladstone continued The Bombers contin- will host the Boissevain
their scoring in the sec- ued to play as goal leaders Border Kings at the local
ond period earning three in the second period add- arena in their final regular
more goals but the Bomb- ing two more under their season game. Head out to
ers fought back and scored belt. Second period goals the arena and make some
another two goals in front were scored by Ryan Heino noise to cheer on the home
of the hometown crowd. assisted by Cory Hodgson team as they close out the
Second period Bomber and Kelly Stinson with regular season before
goals were scored by Travis heading into playoffs.
Erickson assisted by Derek
Cameron and Shane Jury
assisted by Colin Slobo-
dian and Wes Lewis.
The third period
Open House
opened with two more
goals for the hometown Valley Oasis 4 Plex
Bombers; the first from 24 1st Ave SW NE suite
Colin Slobodian assisted
by Shane Jury and Matt
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Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Around Preparation and Common Sense

to Survive Winter Weather
Town... By Darryl Holyk
By DARRYL HOLYK snow brush and scraper, small shovel with long handle,
bag of abrasive material, sand or kitty litter for traction

W e have certainly been getting more than our fair

share of frigid temperatures this winter, but then
again it is Manitoba so we should come to expect the
under your wheels, windshield washer fluid, booster
cables, gas-line antifreeze, lock de-icer (in extreme
cold, keep it with you, rather than in your vehicle),
To the snow folks… extreme cold. Most of us complain about the cold, paper towels, small tool kit (screwdriver, pliers, etc.),
I think all of our snow removal crews – whether muni- almost as if it has come as a complete surprise to us! extra fuses for the vehicle’s electrical system, warm
cipal, provincial or privately owned, deserve a big round Sure, I prefer summer weather over what we are cur- blanket, extra socks, boots and gloves, hand and foot
of applause. As with past snowfalls, the heavy snowfall rently experiencing, but you can always bundle up to warmers, bottles of water and granola bars. I am sure
earlier this week was quickly cleared away in a very ef- keep warm. We are fortunate that all we have to deal very few people have all of those things in their vehicle
ficient manner. While some prefer to complain that the with weather wise is a few blizzards and extreme cold but hopefully we all at least have some of the more im-
snow is not removed quick enough, while sitting on their spells in winter. I will gladly take that over areas that portant items!
rear-ends doing nothing about it, I think we are pretty experience earthquakes, hurricanes and other horrific Another thing to think about and be prepared for
darn fortunate when it comes to snow clearing practices. weather disasters. in winter is the possibility of power outages at home.
It can’t all be cleared at once with a quick snap of a finger, What is, however, somewhat frightening to me is This happened here in Minnedosa earlier this week,
but constant work by many gets the job done as quick as the number of people who do not dress or prepare for in the middle of the extreme cold spell, and it amazed
possible. extreme winter weather. There are numerous motor- me how many people did not seem to be prepared
ists who do not have any extra clothing, blankets, etc. or know what to do to keep warm for those few short
Look both ways… in their vehicles while travelling in winter. Too many
people relay on their cell phones as a rescue, think-
A few years back, I was stranded at home without
It’s an old saying that should be common sense, but ing, “if I get stuck, I’ll just call for help”. Cell phones are power overnight – from about 8 p.m. to 10 a.m. the next
we all know there seems to be a lack of that these days! definitely a valuable asset, especially in an emergency morning. My “pioneer” instincts and plain old com-
“Look Both Ways Before You Cross The Street” should be situation, but I also like to have a backup plan just in mon sense kicked in and I was perfectly fine, closed
something we all do – no matter what our age. Recently, case, for some reason you get stranded out on the road in a small room of the house (less area to heat), with
I witnessed an adult jay-walk across Main Street without and can’t use your cell phone. What if you forget your candles, oil lamps, an extra layer of clothes and blan-
looking to see if there were any vehicles coming. I spot- phone at home? Get caught in an area where you have kets. That time, as the power had flickered off-and-
ted him but I don’t think the vehicle beside me did until no or poor cell service? We all know those areas do still on a few times, I was prepared and had some boiling
the very last moment. Thankfully all vehicles were able to exist here in rural Manitoba. What if your phone has water stored in thermoses, which came in handy later
stop in time and what could have been a horrible tragedy very low battery power remaining? In these situations, when I was able to warm up with a hot drink! Maybe
was avoided. if you get stranded out on the road in extreme winter I am weird but I can actually say, that surviving like
weather, you better have some emergency supplies in a pioneer was somewhat fun! When it happens again,
Go to the game… your vehicle! I have my cell phone with me at all times
and hopefully it would work if I found myself in a win-
because I am sure it will at some point, I am not scared
or worried – I know what to do and will stay warm and
We have a pair of tickets to give away for the Bran-
ter road emergency, but I also have a snowsuit, boots, survive until power is restored. It is really not that big
don Wheat Kings game next Friday night, February 8th
mitts, hat and shovel with me in my vehicle. of a deal.
as they face off against the Swift Current Broncos. To win,
The Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) rec- The bottom line is, winter weather can be nasty
be the first caller to our office (204-867-3816) with the
ommends having the following items in your vehicle and it can be dangerous, but if you think ahead, use
correct answer to the following question: Who scored
as an emergency kit: Flashlight (preferably crank-type, some common sense and prepare for the worst, you
the first goal for the Minnedosa Bombers in the game in
because batteries don’t last long in extreme cold), re- should be able to survive any nasty scenario Mother
Gladstone against the Lakers on January 25th? The an-
flective safety triangles or flares, small first-aid kit, Nature throws at you.
swer can be found somewhere in today’s edition.

Weather predictor...
Tomorrow, Saturday, February 2nd is Groundhog We Welcome Letters to the Editor
Day. I am not holding out much hope for nature’s little
weather predictor and if he is smart, he will stay in his Letters to the Editor can be sent to editor@minnedosatribune.com or Box 930, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
burrow and try to keep warm!
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Can We Afford a New Arena?

Dear Editor,

Letters to
from registrations of approxi-
mately $32,000, tournaments,
Ye O l d
I read, with interest, the MREC concession, ice rentals and gate

article in the December 21st proceeds. Hydro in 2017 cost

the Editor
issue of The Trib. The committee $33,618 and in 2018 cost $42,487
stated that the financial position and it will increase again this year.
is great. So, let us peel the onion Caretaker and ice costs approxi-
and look at each layer. mately $50,000. So, the total cost
When all of this started, the for running the existing rink with
Town of Minnedosa got a windfall of taxes from Husky 85 registered hockey players is $117,487. The dedicated
Energy so they started a reserve with that money. The volunteers of the Minor Hockey Association should be
taxes were put in for several years. That money was spent commended on running the existing rink on the budget
on a two-ice proposal, which the after the fact feasibil- they receive! 1889 – Wood is scarce along the N.W. Central Railway
ity study said we could not afford. At the public meetings The total to operate the new arena payment and in- and ties dropped along the track are disappearing.
the committee and council stated there would be no tax terest per year is $70,952 times $7 million borrowed will
increase and if there was, we would shelve this idea. equal a $496,664 payment. Manager: $80,000, likely an 1899 – Minnedosa is considered a logical spot for a
Let us analyze the numbers. We will need hydro, like- ice plant engineer at $70,000, caretaking staff at $40,000, hospital and many people have offered to contribute to-
ly three phase, no estimate, could be $100,000. Water and hydro $42,487 (same as existing, but will increase to ward one.
sewer expansion... how much? Could be $100,000. Lot $54,000). Snow clearing? Kitchen manager and staff?
paving... could be $100,000. Building insurance will be added to the Town policy but
Stated reserves are $1,540,000. Municipalities still has to be paid by the taxpayer? Total cost to operate 1909 – There have been many compliments over rail-
the new facility… $740,664. way freights from Clanwilliam. Freight from Clanwilliam
$210,000 and a debenture of $3,000,000. This is borrowed
Operating difference of $740,664 minus existing rink can be laid down cheaper in Brandon than to Minnedosa.
money not raised money so will be included in my bor-
rowing section. costs $117,487 equals a DIFFERENCE of $623,177.
The Town, through no fault of their own, has been CONCLUSIONS… If we proceed with this endeav- 1929 – R. Atkinson has received permission to put a gas
collecting, from Husky, over assessment taxes and put- our and hockey usage goes down we can not just lock the pump on Main Street. He will represent North Star gaso-
ting a large portion of that over assessment into the door and leave the building as we will have a $600,000 line brand.
MREC fund. It turns out we now owe Husky $720,000. payment to make for 25 years, but we can do that (lock
That should be paid back to Husky from the MREC fund the door) with the existing building.
Pay Husky back the over taxation and keep our cor-
1939 – The Minnedosa Winter Ski Club was re-organ-
as that is where the money went. ized and the ski runs will be revamped.
The MREC committee states that the new arena porate tax base intact.
quote is around $7,000,000. What it will cost to borrow The Town and MREC committee have no business
and service a $1,000,000 loan at five per cent interest? plan. Example, if Husky leaves what is the tax plan to pay 1959 – The Hugh Dyer Legion had the biggest number
The chart from the Credit Union on 25-year loan states for MREC? Levi or assessment? of entries in its annual bonspiel history with 51 teams
an annual payment of $70,952.46. For 25 years, the total We would be better served to look after the amenities coming from branches all over the province.
payback would be $1,775,024.54. If the total borrowed we already have like the lake, campground (revenue gen-
is $7,000,000, the total we, the taxpayers, will be on the erating), curling rink, golf course, good health care, and a 1969 – A fire of unknown origin completely gutted the
hook for is $12,425,168. well-looked after town. warehouse of the Lucky Dollar Store in Erickson. The en-
The engineering evaluations will show the existing Government of all stripes seem to want to go in debt tire grocery stock is a write-off due to severe smoke and
building to be structurally sound. The maintenance of to the point of no return. water damage.
the existing building has been neglected for many years. Moving the rink from a downtown location is a big
But in the last few years the insulation problems over the mistake as Main Street needs more activity, not less.
waiting room have been fixed and the boards have been School registration is declining as per Manitoba cut- 1979 – Fourteen students are presently enrolled in a
ting school grants. power mechanics course at Minnedosa Collegiate, al-
repaired. The entry door has also been replaced. What
What we want and what we actually need are usually though the new building is not expected to be ready for
the building now needs is a new roof at approximately
quite different. occupancy until March. The course is currently being
$160,000. Once fixed, the roof would last 40 more years.
conducted in a classroom.
The committee has said the existing rink is past its
due date and want to build a new rink as we need wash- Elvin Birch,
rooms and change rooms for the other sports. They Concerned Minnedosa taxpayer 1989 – The 1989 Minnedosa Community Complex
should check out the distance from the farthest ball dia- Board has been elected and includes Jon Lewis as Chair-
monds and see if they could make it! man, Day Hay as Secretary and Ralph Dagg as Treasur-
Nothing is being mentioned about the cost to tear er. The nine-person board also includes Councillor Bill
down the old arena, removing the concrete foundation Tribune Founder Hoffman representing the Town.
and paving the lot. That is unknown but will likely cost
William Gibbens
approximately $2,000,000. 1999 – Construction on the new Pro Shop at the
The cost of operating the existing arena is a grant Born - 1854 at London, England
Died - February 20, 1932 Minnedosa Country Club should be underway in the
from the local taxpayers of $25,000 to the Minor Hock- next few weeks. The contract has been awarded to Birch
ey operations. Volunteers run the rink with fundraising at Cornwall, Ontario
Construction of Basswood for the 32 by 24 foot addition
to be built south of the existing deck.

2009 – In a last-ditch effort to move the commun-
ity daycare project forward, the committee recently put
out a final plea for financial support and have received a
good response. As a result, they hope to open their doors

Rubber or later this year.

Self-inking Dr. Derek Papegnies


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Schevchenko Dancers Host Malanka 2019

boots and the  costumes There was a hot lunch thrilled to take part in this
that the females wore served which consisted of and there are sure some
which they ordered  from perogies, pedishky, garlic fancy moves in that circle!
the Ukraine.  The danc- sausage, sweet and sour The Shevchenko
ers ended the mini per- meatballs, cheese, pickles, Dance Ensemble has
formance with a Hopak veggie tray and dainties. hosted Malanka for many
which is a lively dance that The New Year was years. It is not only a fund-
all dancers perform in. brought in by the celebra- raiser for the club but a
The evenings music tory kolomeyka which is a tradition that is carried
was played by a live band, dance where all in atten- on to keep the Ukrainian
“By Request” from Win- dance form a circle around Culture alive in our youth
nipeg which had every- the dance floor and any- today. The club, instructed
one on the dance floor for one can take their turn by Kathleen Klemetski,
many polkas, two-steps, showing off their Ukrai- has 20 youth dancers ages
heel-toe polkas, the chas- nian dance moves either in three to 15 and seven adult
tise and even the chicken groups, pairs or individual.  dancers.
dance! Most of the dancers are

Forty Years Ago…

Burgess Store Expands
Photo by Denise Selewich

By Shauna SotaS- from the earth, leaving a perous new year.

Burton barren winter landscape. The evening began
According to legend, there with  a welcome dance

S hevchenko Dance En-

semble hosted Malan-
ka, Ukrainian New Years
was no happiness on earth
until her release, when
spring came, bringing with
performed by the Junior
Two’s, Intermediate and
Senior groups  where the
on Saturday, January 12th her the joy of new life. This traditional offering of
at the Sandy Lake Com- legend is similar to others bread, salt and wheat were
munity Hall with approxi- in ancient mythology, such offered to all in attendance
mately  170  people in at- as the Greek myth of Perse- that night. Following this
tendance. phone who was kept by dance, all the groups per-
Malanka is a folk holi- Hades in the underworld formed a dance that they
day taking place on or for part of the year, then have been working on
around January 13th which returned to her mother, since November.  The Be-
is New Year’s Eve accord- Kore, in the spring. In the ginner Group then started
ing to the Julian Calendar. Ukrainian version of the off with a dance from the
Malanka was actually story, Brother Wasilchyk Poltava Region, the Junior
the daughter of Mother (Vasyl?) rescued and mar- One’s performed a Poltava
Earth, according to legend. ried Malanka. Dance, the Junior Two’s
She was the personifica- The feast of Malanka performed a Poltva Duet,
tion of spring, held against celebrates her liberation the Intermediates per-
her will by the evil spirit from the Evil One on New formed a Bukovynia Dance
and ruler of Hell. Being Year’s Day, which became and the Senior Group per-
imprisoned in the under- an occasion to look for- formed a Poltava which
world, spring was gone ward to a happy and pros- show cased their new red
Tribune Archives


T he photo above appeared on the front page of the

February 1st, 1979 edition of The Minnedosa tribune.

Planning your
It featured the ribbon cutting to officially re-open the
newly expanded Burgess Solo Store, which is currently
Kim’s Quality Foods.
ATTENTION Pictured (L-R) are Mrs. W.F. Funnell who began

DOG AND CAT OWNERS shopping at the Burgess store in the early 1920s; Ken
Burgess of the Brandon Burgess store; Bud Amy from the
All dogs and cats within the Town of
Minnedosa Chamber of Commerce (cutting the ribbon);
Minnedosa must be licensed annually. Jim Burgess of the Minnedosa Burgess store and Ada
A certificate of vaccination for rabies Burnside who had been a Burgess customer since 1914.
must be produced before a license The expansion being celebrated in this photo was
the addition of the one-storey cinderblock portion of the
is issued. store at the rear of the building which is now the main
2019 Dog and Cat licenses are available entrance from the parking lot.
at The Town Office.
Owners of unlicensed Dogs and Cats,
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Mixed Reactions to Education Funding Announcement

SUBMITTED eral factors that include a slice it, a .5 per cent “in- on students. The Pallister
change in enrolment num- crease” doesn’t even play government must fund ed-

L ast week, Education bers, capital costs, equal-

and Training Minis- ization payments and the
ter Kelvin Goertzen an- phase-out of the Tax In-
catch up to roughly two
per cent inflation and
increases in student en-
ucation properly - by keep-
ing pace with enrolment
and the rate of economic
nounced that Provincial centive Grant. rollment,” said Manitoba growth. Class sizes are get-
funding for public elemen- Fifteen of the prov- Teachers’ Society Presi- ting bigger and that means
tary and secondary educa- ince’s 37 School Divisions, dent Norm Gould. “Teach- Pallister’s plan gets a fail-
tion will increase by $6.6 including Rolling River, ers face more diverse stu- ing grade.”
million for the 2019-20 are seeing a -2.0 per cent dent needs than ever. This Minister Goertzen
school year to a total in change in government announcement will not also announced last week,
excess of $1.329 billion. funding this year. Divisions help.” a Commission on Kinder-
“This is the highest receiving -2.0 per cent are In addition, Gould garten to Grade 12 Edu-
level of funding in Mani- all receiving the Formula says the province is once cation, which will guide a
toba history that shows Guarantee. In these divi- again directing divisions to comprehensive independ-
our commitment to Mani- sions, the total of operating province is once again di- both students’ needs and cap increases to their local ent review of Manitoba’s
toba students despite support combined with the recting divisions to cap the impact on taxpayers.” education property tax at education system and in-
our current economic Tax Incentive Grant is less increases to their local The minister noted the two per cent for the 2019- clude public consultation
realities,” said Goertzen.  than 98 per cent of what education property tax at mandate under The Public 20 school year and will ask in the months ahead.  The
“Since 2016, our govern- they received in 2018-19. two per cent for the 2019- Services Sustainability Act divisions to continue to cut minister expects the com-
ment has increased fund- Therefore, they receive the 20 school year and will ask (Bill 28) will help relieve fi- administrative costs. mission to submit a report
ing to school divisions by Formula Guarantee to en- divisions to continue to re- nancial pressure on school “Manitoba has re- with key findings and rec-
more than $26 million.” sure funding is at least 98 duce administrative costs. divisions and control sal- turned to the 90s. Last year, ommendations by Febru-
School funding in percent of the prior year. “We appreciate school ary costs, which represent school funding was the ary 2020. On this, the Man-
Manitoba is calculated us- Rolling River will receive divisions’ efforts to help about 80 per cent of edu- lowest it’s been in twenty itoba Teachers’ Society is
ing the Funding of Schools $10.3 million in funding control costs and create ef- cation expenses. years,” said Wab Kinew, onboard. “We are pleased
Program formula, which for 2019-20. ficiency in the public edu- However, not every- Leader of the Manitoba to see the education re-
guarantees divisions re- School divisions re- cation system,” said Goert- one is happy with the NDP. “This year, Pallister is view getting underway
ceive at least 98 per cent ceive funding from the zen.  “As divisions create government’s recent edu- cutting funds for over half and we’re hopeful that the
of the previous year’s total.  province as well as through their budgets for the year cation funding announce- of Manitoba’s school divi- recommendations will ad-
Funding increases or de- locally collected school ahead, we hope they make ment. sions. He’s enlisting the dress funding shortfalls for
creases are based on sev- board property taxes.  The decisions that consider “No matter how you help of Filmon’s Education public schools so that stu-
Minister to lay the ground dents can get the resources
work for cuts to teacher and help they need in ev-

Newdale News
and bigger class sizes. This ery corner of the province,”
will have serious impacts said Gould.

By RavEn’S GlEn WI last December. Her par- day morning when Terry Ag Days wrapped up
ents are Marg’s son Mark Baker brought the sermon with some decent weather
F ormer resident, Mar-
garet (Dunn) Froese of
McCreary had her nine-
and wife Phillippa Alexiuk.
Robert Lamb and Dave
to our congregation. Sev-
eral were not able to attend
for most of it. Robin Young,
who is the Chief Operating
Officer and General Man-
year-old granddaughter, Clark who were on the Sydney Murray, ager of the Food Develop- On the date and at the time and location described below, a PUBLIC HEARING
Isabelle Haddera, be cho- curling team skipped by daughter of Duncan and ment Centre in Portage, will be held to receive representations from any person(s) who wish to make
sen to represent Manito- Tim Webber that won the Charla Murray of Hamiota, presented on the Wednes- them in respect to the following matter:
ba at the Canadian “Joey Rivers Men’s Bonspiel last has been selected to play day with her topic being
Awards” in Vancouver. weekend. for the Assiniboine Com- “Where’s the Beef”. The APPLICATION FOR: An INTENSIVE LIVESTOCK CONDITIONAL USE
ORDER under the R. M. of Minto Zoning By-law No. 2/04
This award recognizes Several couples from munity College Cougars domestic market for beef is
young actors for their tal- the Early Birds attended for the 2019-20 season. changing as more people HEARING LOCATION: MINNEDOSA UKRAINIAN HALL
ent and poise and com- the regional 500 cards last Sydney is the granddaugh- are sourcing their protein 202 – 5TH St. NW, Minnedosa, Manitoba
peted against children week in Minnedosa, where ter of Clayton Murray of from plant-based ingredi- DATE & TIME: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2019 at 2:00 p.m.
from across Canada and they were not top three Minnedosa and the late ents. Canada’s new Food
was chosen the winner! winners but finished in the Eunice Murray. The Cou- Guide recommends eating
Isabelle has auditioned for top ten, so will get to attend gars are doing very well more plant-based proteins
many children’s produc- the North/South Games in this year, knocking of the such as legumes, tofu, etc. PROPOSAL: To authorize the development of:
tions in Winnipeg includ- April. Well done! top team last weekend! Kind of makes you yearn A 31,000 sq. ft. Broiler Barn and a 12,480 sq. ft.
ing the Nutcracker Ballet What a very nasty Sun- Good luck Sydney! for a “whopper” doesn’t it? Multi-Purpose Barn with the intent to expand the broiler operation
to 96,000 animals (480 Animal Units), and add 500 layers, 400 ducks
and 4 dairy cows which would together result in a mixed operation
totaling 1218 A.U. an overall increase of 174 Animal Units so that it
complies with the R.M. of Minto Zoning By-law no. 2/04
Municipality of Harrison Park
2019 Grant Applications AREA AFFECTED: SW ¼ 24-16-17 WPM
The Council of the Municipality of Harrison Park wishes to advise
that grant applications are now being accepted from non-profit Lions Club LOCATION: 96079 Road 93W. Approximately 5.5 miles east of PR 262 on
Municipal Road 93W, on the north side of road. This is
approximately 8 miles (12.8 km.) north and east of Minnedosa
organizations who wish to be considered for grant funding in the 2019
fiscal year. Grants will not be provided to religious organizations. CONGRATULATIONS and 5 miles (8 km.) east of the village of Clanwilliam.
All grant requests for amounts over $1,000 must be accompanied by FOR INFORMATION: Contact the Tanner’s Crossing Planning District,
current financial statements. Adam Woodcock $500 Located at Civic Centre, 103 Main Street South,
Applications must be completed and submitted to the Municipal Office by 2nd Floor, Minnedosa, Mb. R0J 1E0
4:30 p.m. on Friday, February 15, 2019. Organizations may be requested to Cindy Marzoff $300 (Phone: 204.867.2364)
provide a current financial statement.
A copy of the above proposal and supporting material may be inspected at
Applications will be reviewed by the Council of the Municipality of Harrison Evelyn Dagg $200 the office location noted above during normal office hours (8:30 to 12:00 and
Park. Approved grant funds will be issued following final approval of the 1:00 to 4:30) Monday to Friday. Copies may be made and extracts taken there
2019 Financial Plan. WINNERS OF THE January 2019 - from, upon request. A copy of the provincial Technical Review Committee
Application forms and additional information are available for pick up at
either municipal office or by calling 204-848-7614 or 204-849-2107. LIONS 200 CLUB DRAW
RF 281
Report is also available for inspection and copying. Representations may be
made either in person in writing, at the public hearing.
Conditional Use No. 06-MOC-18
8 Friday, February 1, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Drucilla’s Diner Opens Its Doors

By KAREN MITCHELL Having a background from scratch and enticing nity. I want to offer my cus-
in hotel and restaurant patrons in the doors by the tomers consistent hours

A s you may have seen

from the advertise-
ment in last week’s Tri-
management, Tracy is no
stranger to the business
side. When her children
smell of fresh baking. A
staple on the menu and a
must have for any 1950/60s
where they always know
when I’m open,” expressed
bune, today, Friday, Febru- were small, she owned era lover is ice cream floats! A seniors’ night will be
ary 1st, marks day one for “Tracy’s Sub Shop” on Tracy named the res- offered once a week and
Minnedosa’s newest res- Main Street Minnedosa for taurant “Drucilla’s Diner” closer to summer there will
taurant, “Drucilla’s Diner”. a few years, before moving as an homage to her late be hard ice cream treats,
Located in the from town to pursue other mother, whose middle banana splits, sundaes,
Minnedosa Inn, the diner’s interests. name was Drucilla. “I just etc. on the menu as well. “I
interior boasts a 1950s/60s Drucilla’s Diner menu wanted to get back into it, look forward to trying new
feel with jukebox records consists of homemade I was looking for a change things to see what works,”
adorning the walls and a feasts daily including soup, from where I was and said Tracy.
record player in the corner. burgers, fries, pizza’s, bak- wanted to give this a try. I Welcome back to Main
Owner and op- ing, etc. Tracy plans on love what I do and look for- Street Minnedosa Tracy!
erator, Tracy Alexander making whatever she can ward to this new opportu-
(nee Reid) was born in

Basswood News
Minnedosa and raised on
a farm near Polonia, at-
tending elementary school
in Eden. In Grade 9, Tracy
and her family moved to
Rivers where she complet- By Zelda FirBy extended to the Podruski to Regina, SK to take part
ed her high school years. relatives. in a tournament. Although
Tracy recently moved back
to Minnedosa from the
Kenton area and is excited
W ord has been re-
ceived of the pass-
ing of Florence Mailhit of
Birthday greetings to
Bernice McMillan of the
Minnedosa Personal Care
the girls didn’t win, all had
an enjoyable weekend.
Marla Pearce returned
to plant her roots here. Regina, SK. Florence was Home who celebrated her home to Calgary, AB on
“I’m excited to be back in the daughter of the late birthday on January 14th. Tuesday after spending a
Minnedosa. I look forward Joe and Helen Podruski Jordyn Firby along few days with the Firby’s
to seeing old faces and who lived in the area north with team mates of the and helped get her father
Photo by Karen Mitchell
meeting new people,” said of Basswood from 1939 – Minnedosa Mustangs in- settled in the Minnedosa
Tracy Alexander of Drucilla’s Diner. Tracy. 1954. Our condolences are door soccer team travelled Care Home.


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Robbie Burns Night A Sold Out Affair

By KAREN MITCHELL guest” of Woodman the plate was completed emp-
Butler, who carried in the ty!

M usic, dancing, food

and entertain-
ment… the key to a suc-
traditional Scottish dish.
At 7:00 p.m. caterer
Anita Holloway definitely
The Three Berts, live
band out of Cypress River,
wrapped up the evening
cessful evening out, and did not disappoint with a and kept the dance floor
the Minnedosa Lions Club full buffet featuring stuffed busy until the evening
provided them all. On Fri- pork loin, salads, veg- came to a close with the
day, January 25th the Lions etables, mashed potatoes, drawing of the 50/50 and
packed the United Church homemade buns and des- the rainbow auction.
Hall to a sold out crowd ert. Guests were also in- Laddies and Lassies
for the 260th birthday cel- vited to try a sampling of alike walked away with
ebration famous Scottish the haggis - if they were so a full belly and plenty of
lyricist and poet, Robert inclined. Apparently, most great memories from the
Burns. were tempted as after ev- event, an evening ol’ Rob-
Dan Jardine enter- eryone made it through bie Burns would have been
tained one and all with his the buffet line, the Haggis proud to call his own!
beautiful piping through-
out the evening, Crystal
Scott’s Highland Dancers
had everyone toe-tapping
and clapping to the en-
Photo by Karen Mitchell
ergetic youth performing
several different dances
Woodman the Butler (L) safely holds the bagpipes as Piper,
and of course who could
Dan Jardine (R) toasts the Haggis! forget the official carrying
in of the Haggis! Dan Jar-
dine piped in the “surprise

At right,
15 dancers from
Expressive Dance
With Crystal
performed traditional
Highland Dance

Photo by Karen Mitchell


Photo by Karen Mitchell

The Three Berts from Cypress River wrapped up the evening with some fine
musical entertainment which kept the dance floor hopping.

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Medical Students Avoid Winter Vehicle Fires

At left, SUBMITTeD by exposure to moisture, dirt and road
Medical students salts. With personal safety in mind,
practice putting
casts on one another M anitoba Public Insurance is en-
couraging vehicle owners to in-
spect their extension and block heater
people are advised not to plug in their
vehicles within a garage or any other
enclosed structure.
during their time at
cords after several recent vehicle fires Safety tips for extension cords/
Minnedosa Hospital.
have been linked to electrical arcing. block heater plugs:
  A cracked extension cord, or block Don’t drive over your extension
early in their training. heater cord with a corroded plug, can cord. This can cause cracking/breaking
“This is an excellent result in “electrical arcing” which can during bitterly cold weather.
chance for the medical quickly spark a fire. The majority of Cover your block heater plug-in
students to see what op- these fires take place in winter. with its protective cover.
portunities - both work During bitterly cold winter tem- Unplug your block heater by using
and lifestyle-related - await peratures, Manitobans will plug in their the hard, rubber end. Pulling on the
within our region. Stu- vehicles to heat various engine fluids electrical cord can cause breakage and
dents appreciate the net- (anti-freeze/oil), allowing for easier potential electrical issues.
work of services that are starting. Extension cords which are Have your block heater cord in-
available within Brandon cracked or have exposed wires should spected each fall by a qualified me-
Regional Health Centre as be replaced. Corrosion can be caused chanic.
well as the wide scope of
practice of rural physicians
in tight-knit communities
Bridge Results
like Minnedosa,” Gauthier
“Overall, the event January 24th
Cadurcis News
was a huge success thanks
Photo by Karen Mitchell to the local physicians 1st - Albert Parsons / By Doreen TroTT
and STARs staff,” stated John Cullen
Continued from Page 1 workshops throughout the

Local physicians; Dr.

PMH VP of Medical
Director Medical Services
Administration, Michelle
McKay. “The medical stu-
2nd - Lois Campbell /
Wilma Jones
3rd - tie - Jean
O ur sympathy is extended to Jason and Tara Wark
and to John and Lori Brown on the recent passing of
their aunt, Karen Wark, of Minnedosa.
Onyshko, Dr. Elgheriani, and Diagnostic Services, dents had a great weekend Garbolinsky / Evelyn A number of residents from the district attended Ag
Dr. Brackenreed, Dr. Gup- Dr. Shaun Gauthier, feels and now have a new ap- Neufeld  and Days in Brandon last week.
ta, Dr. Ong and two STARS the RIG workshops pro- preciation for rural medi- Doug Thiessen / Kianna Rose and Scott Price of Brandon visited last
staff members, were onsite vide the health region with cine.” Boyd Grant week with Malcolm and Shirley Rose.
at the local hospital and additional opportunities to
Joyce Sim of Calgary, AB visited last week with
clinic assisting with the engage medical students
her mother Muriel McManus. Judy, Eva, sisters from

Ad From The Past

Brandon, Catherine from Winnipeg and Nancy from
Senior Bowling Results Minnedosa also visited with Joyce and Muriel.
Sunday saw a heavy snowstorm. We still have winter
to live through.

B owlers of the week of January 29th were Dan Motuz

and Gladys Murray.
Bowlers of the month were Rosemary Hamilton and
Around the Region...
Garry MacDowall.
Other good games were Gladys Murray 197, Garry Dauphin Herald – 2018 was the third busiest year
MacDowall 185, 176, Rosemary Hamilton 183, 236, Don- on record for the Dauphin Fire Department. Of the 229
na MacDonald 102, Dan Motuz 257, Debbie Tarn 192, incidents the department responded to during the cal-
Carry Douglas 171, Wray Douglas 252, Alan Tarn 197, endar year, 65 of them, or 28 per cent, were classified
221, Betty Ann Bertrand 186, Doug Pettigrew 208, 208, as false alarms.
Reston Recorder – Weibe’s Corner Store in Sin-
clair has new owners and will continue as a true gen-
eral store offering a gift shop with small appliances,
electrical and hardware needs, a postal outlet and a
full line of groceries.

Deloraine Times and Star – The Deloraine Roy-

als senior hockey team marked its 50th anniversary
with three games featuring a team called The Young
Guns (ages 30 to 50) and The Legends (ages 50 plus). A
number of players and/or family member representa-
tives of the original 1968/69 team were invited to come
out on the red carpet during the pre-game presenta-
Since late last year, Greyhound bus service in
this region has become a thing of the past but Boissevain Recorder – The Chamber of Com-
merce held its reorganizational meeting and some
60 years ago, it was a common way to travel.
questions that came from that meeting included “Why
This ad, with the tagline, “Relax! Go Greyhound do we have a Chamber? Does the Chamber Need to
Style” appeared in the January 29th, 1959 Exist or could it just be a Mercantile Committee?

February 5th
edition of The Tribune. This special deal could Should it be more of a business association?” The CDC
have you riding the hound from Minnedosa is doing a business survey and when the results are in,

7:00 p.m.
to Vancouver and back for the special round the Chamber hopes to continue its work as it is felt it is
trip winter excursion fare of only $49.45! an important group in the community.
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R.M.OF OAKVIEW/OAK RIVER invites applications for
The R. M. of Oakview is inviting applications for a full time CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES WORKER
municipal Public Works Employee (Oakview/Oak River). Waywayseecappo First Nation
Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District
Working under the supervision of the C.A.O. of the R. M. of Oakview, the WRCFS is a mandated First Nations child and family services Agency responsible to
Summer Employment Opportunity
Public Works Employee is responsible for, but not limited to, public utili- provide a full range of services, including statutory services, voluntary services and
WATERSHED TECHNICIAN ASSISTANT, prevention services to the children and families of its nine First Nations, residing on and
ties; car wash and equipment maintenance; garbage and recycling; and
OAK RIVER, MANITOBA off reserve. The purpose of the programs of WRCFS is to sustain, support, and enhance
(Seasonal, May to August) maintaining municipal property which includes streets; sidewalks; family and community life. Reporting to the Community Based Team Supervisor,
Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District is dedicated to the cemeteries; municipal roads; culverts; and ditches. the workers will be responsible to work as part of a team in delivering a full range of
adoption of sustainable practices that enhance quality of life and child and family services utilizing a community based model of service delivery, with
build sustainable communities through integrated land and water emphasis on prevention and resource services as a frontline approach.
• Possess or be willing to obtain Class II Water Treatment; and Class
management. Our employees enjoy opportunities to learn and DUTIES INCLUDE:
implement new skills.
I Water Distribution; Wastewater Treatment and Wastewater • Provision of a full range of statutory child welfare services
Collection (Min. Grade 12 required). • Provision of individual and family counseling
In collaboration with the Resource Technician, the Watershed
• Have the ability to work independently with minimum • Establishment of good working relationships with other community services and
Technician Assistant gains experience in the delivery of land and water resources
stewardship programs for landowners, residents, and municipalities. supervision.
• Facilitating treatment and support groups at the community level
• Possess a valid Class 5 Driver’s License willing to upgrade if
Key responsibilities include: QUALIFICATIONS:
• Delivery of programs such as shelterbelt planting, well water
• BSW with at least two years related experience preferably in First Nations Child
testing and abandoned well sealing • Have the ability to operate and maintain a variety of equipment. & Family Services. An equivalent combination of training and experience will
• Engaging with the public You will be required to perform corrective maintenance and be considered.
• Collecting GPS data and creating maps using GIS repairs to buildings, sewer and water mains; and water meters. • Must have a commitment to First Nations Child & Family Services, community
• Must have excellent public relations skills and be willing to based planning, and service delivery.
Successful candidates will possess: • Knowledge of and appreciation for Ojibway culture and aspirations are essential.
• Oral and written communication skills supervise summer students. • The ability to speak Ojibway will be considered a definite asset.
• Awareness of conservation and farming practices • Experience preferred but willing to train the right candidate. • Must have demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and within a multi-
• Post-secondary education in a natural resources field • Please state salary expected. disciplinary approach.
• A valid Class 5 driver’s license • Must have computer training and/or knowledge of Microsoft Office.
• The municipality offers a comprehensive benefits package.
• Be between 16 and 30 years’ old The successful applicant must provide WRCFS with a current Criminal Record Check that
HOW TO APPLY For more information, please contact the C.A.O. at the number listed includes a Vulnerable Sector Search, Child Abuse Registry Check, Prior contact check and
below. Please submit a resume along with a cover letter, a legible Driver’s Abstract prior to the commencement of employment. Travel is required. A valid
For more information and a full job description visit www. driver’s license and access to means of reliable transportation for work is a condition of
littlesaskatchewanrivercd.ca. Applicants will submit a resume and
copy of all relevant certification and education transcripts; a copy of a
employment. Must be willing to relocate to the local area.
cover letter outlining how they meet the specific requirements of the Driver’s Abstract; and three references to the R.M. of Oakview
municipal office in Oak River. SALARY: Commensurate with experience and training and according to Provincial pay
position by February 22, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. to: scale. Relocation and Retention incentives are available for this position.
Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District Deadline is Tuesday, February 26th, 2019 at 12 noon or until a Please submit resumes to:
Box 209 Oak River, MB R0K 1T0 suitable candidate is hired. Ina Tanner, BISW, MSW, RSW
Email: lsrcd.admin@mts.net The R.M. of Oakview, Box 179, Oak River, MB R0K 1T0
Community Based Team Supervisor
West Region Child & Family Services, Inc.
Please indicate on the envelope or email subject line Phone: 204-566-2146; Fax: 204-566-2126; Box 280
“Summer Position”. Email: oakviewcao@mymts.net ERICKSON, Manitoba R0J 0P0 Fax: (204) 636-6158
We thank all who apply, however only those chosen for Thank you to all applicants for their interest in this position however DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS: Friday, February 8th, 2019
interviews will be contacted. (47-2) only those selected for interviews will be contacted. We thank all who apply, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Rolling River School Division

Rolling River School Division is located in
Dear Reena,
Make Your Own Ice Melter and break her hip, if I don’t not use boiling water? sister, mom or dad, de-
southwestern Manitoba, Canada in close proximity to
I have burned a pot do something to make the Baker sign a special Chocolate
Riding Mountain National Park and Brandon.
very badly. It had red cab- walk and steps less icy. Floral Bouquet. Glue two
bage in it and I cannot re- Max Dear Baker, Chocolate Kisses together
Part Time Term TEACHER required
move the black from the According to one of the (bottom to bottom). In-
Erickson Elementary bottom. Can you give me a Dear Max, world’s leading coffee re- sert a piece of 6” (15 cm)
FULL DAY EVERY OTHER DAY solution for this? Hulda Use the following reci- tailers; a  cup of coffee is wire into one pointed end
pe several times through- 98 percent water. So, the of a double kiss. The wire
For more details and application information, please visit our website at Dear Hulda, out the season, to prevent water you use to make tip may need to be heated
www.rrsd.mb.ca select Employment then Teaching Positions. Soak the pan with your steps from becoming coffee should taste clean, using the flame of a candle.
dishwasher detergent and dangerous and icy. Into fresh, and free of impur- Wrap a 4” (10 cm) square
Thank you to all applicants for their interest in hot water  for a couple of a gallon jug add: 1 tbsp. ities.  Cold water cuts the of cellophane around the
Rolling River School Division. hours, scrub with a steel rubbing alcohol, 1 tsp. acid in coffee by 65% so Chocolate Kisses “roses”.
Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. wool pad. Or (and this is Dawn dish soap and half that the result is a smooth- Cover the stems with floral
what I like to do) into the a gallon hot water. Pour er cup of coffee. Most cof- tape and attach artificial

pot pour baking soda, dish the concoction onto ce- fee pots are designed to leaves to stems. Tie all the
soap and enough water ment. Within a few hours, heat water from a cold “roses” together with a
to cover the bottom. Boil ice turns to slush making temperature, thereby few- bow. Tip: Coloured cello-
the contents for five min- the area safer for walking. er minerals are inclined phane will look even bet-
Advertising deadline is utes. Let sit just until cool Also, consider securing to build-up in your cof- ter.
enough to handle and outdoor carpet wherever fee maker. However, if you
TUESDAYS AT 12 NOON scrub with an  S.O.S pad.
Some people use oven
possible. are happy with the taste
of  your coffee and your
Fabulous Tip of the Week:
Put a rubber-backed bath-
cleaner for this purpose Dear Reena, machine is running well, mat over the edge of the
and leave it overnight, but In a recent column the then there is no need to bathtub to help prevent
Call I prefer baking soda. last thing you said was – change.  Refer to your cof- children from slipping
“Never pour hot water in fee maker manual for your when getting in and out
204-867-3816 Dear Reena, a drip brewer; always use own personal verification. of the bathtub. This also
or email ads to Can you please tell me cold water”.  My husband works for seniors.
how to melt the ice on the uses  boiling water in our Fabulous Chocolaty Tip
adsales@ steps in front of my home? drip coffee maker, and it of the Week!
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and I fear that she will slip you tell me why you should friend, spouse, brother,
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, February 1, 2019 13

Friends with Trade Benefits
By CAM DAHL Italy and Canada saw that groups who are focused
Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District President of Cereals Can- by working together Italian on protectionism and not
ada pasta producers can make healthy two-way trade.
Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District is dedicated to the adoption of sustainable the highest quality pasta Both Canada and Italy
practices that enhance quality of life and build sustainable communities through integrated land
and water management. Our employees enjoy opportunities to learn and implement new skills. C anadians and Italians
like each other. Ital-
ian culture has formed a
in the world, using durum
from both Canadian and
Italian farms. This was a
benefit from trade and
commerce that is based
on sound science. How do
RESOURCE TECHNICIAN, OAK RIVER, MANITOBA deep part of the Canadian great example of the posi- consumers differentiate
(PERMANENT, FULL TIME) fabric and Canadians buy tive dialog that happens between science facts and
hundreds of millions of when farmers from differ- the latest meme on the
The Resource Technician is responsible for the implementation, management, and supervision dollars of goods from Italy ent countries meet face-to- internet? We depend on
of land and water stewardship programming for landowners, residents, and municipalities. every year. However, there face, rather than trying to science-based regulations
Key responsibilities include: have been some hiccups talk through lobbyists and from the European Food
• Planning and delivery of programs and projects such as shelterbelt planting, well water recently in the trade rela- special interest groups that Safety Authority and the
tionship between Canada have their own agenda. Canadian Food Inspection
testing, abandoned well sealing, and construction and Italy, highlighted by Italy and Canada Agency. Italian consum-
• Engaging with the public the protectionist meas- are friends who benefit ers can be confident that
• Site project evaluation ures being used to block from increased bilateral Canadian exports, which
• Surveying, data collection and entry Canadian durum exports. trade. Since the Compre- meet the strict regulatory
• Supervising summer staff I often think that the few hensive Economic and requirements for importa-
times when differences be- Trade Agreement (CETA) tion into Italy are safe to
Successful candidates will possess: tween our countries arise, came into effect in Sep- enjoy with family and
• Verbal and written communication skills governments should just tember of 2017, trade be- friends. Conversely, farm-
• Post-secondary education in a natural resources field get out of the way and let tween Canada and Italy ers in Italy know that their
• Knowledge of agricultural practices, hydrology, erosion and environmental stewardship ordinary people resolve has increased by almost high quality food products,
• A valid Class 5 Driver’s License the issue. fourteen percent. Italian such as Parmigiano Reg-
Canadian and Italian exports to Canada have giano or Parma Ham will
• Proficiency in GPS, ArcMap, RTK, and Microsoft Office farmers met face-to-face increased by over eleven be accepted by Canadian
• Experience in the use and maintenance of program equipment this past December in Alta- percent. All parts of the consumers because of
HOW TO APPLY mura when a team from Italian economy, includ- regulations that are based
For more information and a full job description visit www.littlesaskatchewanrivercd.ca. Canada’s durum wheat ing farmers, are benefiting on sound science and not
Applicants will submit a cover letter and resume outlining how they meet the specific value chain came to Italy from trade with Canada. influenced by politics or
to talk about the high qual- Yet during the same time the latest internet trend.
requirements of the position, salary expectation, and three references by February 22, 2019 ity of the 2018 crop. Italian we have seen access to the I am confident that
at 4:00 p.m. to: farmers had the oppor- Italian market for some open dialog between the
Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District tunity to directly interact key Canadian products people of our two great
Box 209 Oak River, MB R0K 1T0 with Saskatchewan farmer, become restricted. Exports countries can resolve any
Email: lsrcd.admin@mts.net Scott Hepworth, who was a of durum wheat, the pri- differences that arise.
key part of the delegation. mary Canadian agricul- Farmers from Italy and
Please indicate on the envelope or email subject line “Resource Technician Position”. And guess what? Farmers tural export to Italy, has Canada have recently
The Little Saskatchewan River CD would like to thank all applicants for their interest; in Canada and Italy have fallen by over sixty percent shown this to be true. Can-
however, only those chosen for an interview will be contacted. (47-2) much more in common since CETA has come into ada and Italy have both
than differences. Those in effect. This is a result of prospered economically
attendance in Altamura protectionist country of and culturally because of

Buy and Sell saw that the quality of Can-

adian durum is the highest
it has ever been. To quote
origin labelling regulations
in Italy and an active so-
cial media campaign dis-
the friendship between us.
It is in the national interest
of both countries that this

Treasure in the Mr. Hepworth, “this is the

most beautiful durum we
have ever grown.”
paraging of the quality of
Canadian durum produc-
tion. These attacks have
relationship continues to
grow and flourish.

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Chancellors High School Hockey Report

By LAURA GOOD and Sam Wilman scored tie the game and force a with a match up against two goals in the second pe- and give the Chancellors
15 seconds into the sec- four-on-four sudden vic- the Souris Sabres. Sam riod to tie the game briefly a 5-2 win. Tanner Hanson

O n Friday night, Janu-

ary 25th, the Chancel-
lors faced one of the top
ond to give the Chancel-
lors the lead. The teams
continued to trade goals
tory overtime period. The
OT period went scoreless.
The Chancellors were once
Wilman found the back
of the net on a power play
goal to open the scoring
before Luke Parrott scored
with assists to Carter Hed-
ley and Josh Good to go up
earning the victory in net.
The next game is a
home game on Thursday,
teams in the league - the with a goal to Konlyn Ne- again headed to a shoot with the assist going to 3-2. The Chancellors con- February 7th at 8:15 p.m.
Killarney Raiders. The metchuk, assisted by Malik out. Both goalies were on Konlyn Nemetchuk. The tinued their strong play in Come out and cheer on
Raiders opened the scor- MaKay and Sam Wilman their game with the sixth Chancellors found them- the third period with a goal your Chancellors!
ing seven minutes into and Sam Wilman with as- shooter for Killarney scor- selves on second power by Josh Good with assists
the game. Lucas Beatty sists to Lucas Beatty and ing to give Killarney the play and capitalized on going to Carter Hedley and If your label reads
with the lone assist going
to Mitch Collyer answered
Mitch Collyer also scored
in the second period. The
win. Liam Jardine kept the
Chancellors in the game
their man advantage with
a goal by Mitch Collyer and
Luke Parrott. On a power
play Luke Parrott scored 19/02/28
back a minute later to fin- second period ended with with 43 shots on net. assist going to Lucas Beat- the Chancelllors fifth goal It’s time to renew
ish the first period tied at the Chancellors in lead by The Chancellors had a ty. The Chancellors played of the game with assist go- your subscription!
one a piece. The Chancel- one goal up 4-3. With only double header this week- a strong first period dem- ing to Josh Good and Cart-
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assists to Ashton Burton period, Killarney scored to on Saturday, January 26th goal lead. Souris notched the final goal of the game

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Lipton Cup a Soup assorted ............................................... 58-88g ............. $1.25 McCain super fries assorted ........................................... 454-650g ............. $2.79
Pizza Pops assorted .................................................................400g ............. $2.49
Knorr soup mix or onion LS assorted .....40-77g ...... $1.55 FM Buttertarts raisin or pecan................................................600g ............. $4.99
NN™ evaporated milk ......................................................... 354ml ............. $1.33

Christie snack, Ritz crackers assorted 175-200g ...... $2.49
Tostittos assorted ............................................................. 210-275g ............. $2.99
Campbell’s broth assorted ................................................... 900ml ............. $1.98
Lays chips assorted..................................................................255g ............. $2.67
Stagg chili assorted ..................................................................425g ............. $2.79
Bicks pickles dill garlic/no garlic ............................................... 1lt ............. $3.79 PC™ chicken wing with sauce assorted .............................. 907gr ........... $13.49
Bicks pepper rings hot, sauerkaut wine ........................ 750ml-1lt ............. $3.79 Janes pub style chicken box assorted ................................... 800gr ............. $9.99
Nestle pure life ............................................................... 12x500ml ............. $2.49 PC ™smokies cheddar or original ...........................................1kg ............. $8.99
Dare Breton crackers assorted........................................ 100-250g ............. $1.99 NN™ wieners regular ........................................................... 450gr ............. $2.49
Dare Vinta crackers ................................................................250g ............. $2.29 PC™ cheese sticks assorted ................................................. 454gr ..... $6.99-7.99
Pringles assorted ............................................................. 139-156g ............. $1.99 NN™ bacon ............................................ 500gr ...... $4.99
Doritos,Cheetos assorted................. 255g-310gr ...... $2.99 PC™ mini quiches lorraine .................................................. 360gr ............. $5.99
Motts Clamato assorted ........................................................ 1.89lt ............. $3.49 PC™ chicken spring rolls...................................................... 574gr ............. $8.99
Bush baked beans original................................................... 398ml ............. $1.69 PC™ Meat ball swedish ........................................................ 907gr ........... $11.99
Sapporo noodle flats original .................................................100g ............. $0.79 Boneless, skinless chicken breast...................... $4.99/lb
RH Flour all purpose or whole wheat ...................................2.5kg ............. $4.49 Outside round beef roast ......................................................................... $4.25/lb

BC super moist cake mix,Frosting assorted.................340-432gr ............. $1.99
Pedigree jumbone medium or snack,biscuit ................ 500-740g ............. $3.99
Pedigree healthy vitality ...........................................................8kg ........... $17.99
Cesar dog food assorted .........................................................100g ............. $0.99
Whiskas dry meaty selections ..................................................2kg ............. $6.99
Wiskas Temptations assorted .................................................180g ............. $2.99 FM Clementine .......................................... 2lb ...... $3.99
Nescafe coffee instant rich blend ...........................................170g ............. $4.99 FM Mini cucumber ....................................................................6ct ............. $3.49
Taster’s Choice classic/decaf ..................................................100g ............. $4.99 Romaine heart ..........................................................................3pk ............. $2.99
Knorr sk Pasta/Rice assorted .......................................... 121-150g ............. $1.29 Bartlett pears ............................................................................................. $1.79/lb
NN™ mushrooms assorted ................................................. 284ml ............. $1.28 Peppers-orange,red .................................................................................. $3.49/lb
Motts apple sauce unsweetened ......................................... 620ml ............. $2.29 Broccoli .......................................................................................................... $2.79
Motts Fruitsations assorted ................................................ 6x111g ............. $2.29 FM Grape tomato .................................................................. 255gr ............. $2.99
Campbell’s RW soup assorted................. 284ml ...... $1.49
Campbell’s broth canned assorted ..................................... 284ml ............. $1.49
Rooster coconut milk ........................................................... 398ml ............. $0.78
Phil cream cheese bric assorted .................250g ...... $3.49
Philia soft assorted ..................................................................227g ............. $3.49

Kraft Philadelphia chip dip assorted .....................................227g ............. $3.49
Minute Maid OJ original....................... 1.75lt ...... $2.99
Five Alive citris/mango citris ................................................ 1.75lt ............. $2.99

D’ltaliano buns or bread assorted .................................. 420-675g ......................
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