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this week
Winter Fun On The Lake

Welcome to
Valley Life

Boho Soul
Market Photos by Karen Mitchell



T he 13th Annual Skate the Lake was held on Minnedosa Lake

over the weekend of February 16th and 17th. With a dozen
years under their belt, the committee has things rolling like a
well-oiled machine.
The Skate the Lake hockey tournament began Saturday
morning with six ladies, 19 mens and 16 youth hockey teams
participating. The winners of the youth division were; Novice
– EOS Cats, Atom – Rapid City Dragons, Peewee – Those Guys
of Neepawa, Bantam – Red Hots. The winners of the ladies div-
ision; A-side champs – Minnedosa Insurance, B-side champs
Heritage Co-op and C-side champs – Chiefs Chicks. The win-
ners of the men’s division were; A-side champs – Copperwood
and B-side champs – ‘03 Peewee B Provincial Champs.
Funspiel The second year for Rock the Lake, saw 16 two-person
teams competing both Saturday and Sunday. In the end the champion The weekend, as always, saw the return of the full canteen, chili cook
Fundraiser teams were; T+A for the Win (Ashleigh Demontigny and Triss Nelson) in
first, The Heat (Karen Palson and Luke Palson) in second and , Sweeping
off, beer gardens and fire pit for players and spectators alike. The weather
wasn’t awful and the sun was out for most of the weekend which helped
for Cancer Beauties (Ashton Rowan and Megan Usick) in third. a great deal. The wee ones also had a blast playing on the large pile of

The newest addition to this long running event was the croki-curl. snow stacked up in front of the pavilion. It’s wonderful to see kids out-
The croki-curl is a large crokinole game played on the ice with curling side playing, using their imaginations and just having a great time with
rocks. This event was not a scheduled event and could be played by any- great friends. Saturday evening wrapped up with the “Jersey Up” social
one wanting to try. This was the first time trying this new game and the at the Community Conference Centre. All proceeds of the event, which
committee is very happy how it all turned out. They will definitely be were not yet known at presstime, will go to Minnedosa Minor Hockey
bringing this back again next year. projects.
2 Friday, February 22, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Boho Soul Market Opens On Main Street

By KAREN MITCHELL to produce larger quanti- “If your gut isn’t healthy
ties and expand her wares, then the rest of your body

O n Saturday, Febru-
ary 16th, Minnedosa
saw the opening of an-
she started her search to
find a business that would
accommodate her career
won’t be either,” explains
Kombucha originates
other Main Street busi- goal. from Asia and is a ferment-
ness. Boho Soul Market When the “What’s the ed tea drink. You brew
officially opened its doors Big Idea” event was held the tea and leave on the
that day at 66 Main Street in Minnedosa last October, counter for approximately
South, between Subway Swift threw her name in the one-week with a skoby (a
and Kim’s Quality Foods. ring for a chance at gain- mushroom culture) on top.
Magen Swift, Minnedosa ing experience, creating a The tea feasts on the sugar
resident, has long had business plan and getting of the skoby and ferments
dreams of one day open- her name out in the busi- the tea. Once this is com-
ing her own business and ness world. “It was a great plete, strain and add fresh
Saturday saw that dream experience and it made pressed juice. This will sit
come to fruition. me sit down and hone in for another few days to
After graduating from on my business project acquire the taste and get
Minnedosa Collegiate in also giving me the courage a bit of a fizz. Then refrig-
2008, Swift moved to Bran- I needed to move forward,” erate and serve. If anyone
don to obtain her Licensed explained Magen. is interested in this prod-
Practical Nursing Diploma In November, she uct they can purchase a
in 2013. She worked as looked at the vacant com- sampler from the market,
an LPN in Neepawa until mercial space on Main which includes four differ-
Photo by Karen Mitchell
starting this journey, but Street and when realiz- ence flavours.
continues to maintain a ing it would work for her Minnedosa’s newest Main Street business owner, Magen Other products on the
casual employment with needs, she started down Swift opened Boho Soul Market last Saturday. menu include Boho Bowls
Prairie Mountain Health. the path of business own- (hot meal), Boho Salads,
In June 2018, Swift ership. Obtaining the keys smoothies, soups and
started brewing Kambucha to the building in January went by so fast I’m not sure own business hit me,” said looking for a healthy alter- healthy treats. Swift tries to
and selling her products of this year, the last month anything has really set in Swift. native or simply love the make all menu items glu-
out of Farmhouse 50 and at has been a busy month of yet. Probably not until af- The market consists food and drink. The main ten and dairy free.
local farmers markets. Re- cleaning, painting, deco- ter I open and get into the of health food, ideal for staple of the menu, Kom- Good luck on your
alizing that she would re- rating and preparing prod- groove of things will the those who have any auto- bucha, is full of pro-biotics new career path Magen!
quire an industrial kitchen ucts. “It’s been so busy and full impact of owning my immune deficiencies, are which aids in gut health.

The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, February 22, 2019 3

Ten Entries Battle It Out In Chili Cook-off

By KAREN MITCHELL Craig Cameron of Minne- Boho Soul Market, Mayor
dosa Senior Bombers. Pat Skatch, R.M. of Minto-

T he Minnedosa and
District Recreation
Commission held it’s an-
Judges gave a score out
of five to each chili based
on: Colour, Aroma, Tex-
Odanah, Audrey Vivier,
Wes Barrett and Kim Mof-
fat. An eleventh chili entry
nual Chili Cook-Off during ture, Flavour and Unique- was submitted, however it
Skate the Lake weekend. ness. Once the judging was fell more into the art cat-
On Saturday February completed, the public was egory. Inspire Studio sub-
16th, ten participants en- welcome to try out their mitted a crockpot with a
tered the event with crock- pallets and cast their own drawing of chili placed in-
pots filled to the brim of votes for People’s Choice side! Perhaps not as tasty
the most delicious, mouth- winner. They were also but I’m sure looked just as
watering chili one could welcome to purchase a good.
ask for. When you walked bowl full of their favourite “The Skate the Lake
into the pavilion you and provide a donation to- organization puts in so
couldn’t help but be hit wards skate the lake. much work throughout the
by the sweet aroma calling Rosie’s Bakery do- year to make this weekend
out to you to “try me”. nated homemade buns to a success, and to be able to
Having to cancel last go along with the chili and participate was very excit-
year, due to lack of entries, Farmery Brewery donated ing,” exclaimed Cook. “The
Recreation Director, Laura drinks to cleanse your pal- chili cook-off was just a
Cook wrangled up the en- let between tries. small piece of the puzzle
tries once again to bring Once all the entries and I’m glad we had such
this local favourite back to had been sampled, the a good turnout. A huge
the limelight. judges announced the round of applause to Skate
Three judges were winners. In first place was the Lake for another suc-
lined up to try all of the Val Dornn with Farmhouse cessful year, it’s so wonder-
entries and cast their 50 coming in second. Third ful seeing everyone come
vote. The three judges place went to Dave Fergus- out and have a great time.
were; Bryndal Patterson on and the People’s Choice We live in such a great
of Cornerstone Bar and was Farmhouse 50. community!”
Grill, Lawrence Warwaruk Other chili entires in- Photo by Karen Mitchell
of Farmery Brewery and cluded; Cornerstone Grill,

Town Council Approves Fire Department Pay Rates

By DARRYL HOLYK Council accepted, fighters, Captains, Deputy approved by Council. Councillor Blais was conference being held in
with regret, the resignation Chief and Chief will also Members of Coun- authorized to attend the Winnipeg February 20th to

M innedosa Town
Council met for its
regular monthly meeting
letter from Barrett Nelson
as the community’s Emer-
gency Measures Organiza-
be paid $20 per hour for at-
tending fire calls, training
and meetings.
cil authorized the Assis-
tant CAO to transfer two
outstanding utility bills
Recreation Connections 22nd.

on the evening of Tues- tion Co-ordinator effective The outstanding tip- to the respective tax roll.
day, February 12th. May- March 1st, 2019. The Town ping fees policy, as ex- One was in the amount of The Minnedosa Performing Arts
or Skatch presided with and RM of Minto-Odanah plained in last week’s $121.80 and the other in Expressions Concert Series Presents
councillors Butler, J. Dow- are advertising to fill this Tribune, was accepted and the amount of $241.14.

sett, T. Dowsett and Taylor important position.
in attendance. Councillors Council approved

business of
Saler and Blais were ab- the rate of pay for the
sent. Minnedosa Fire Depart-
Thursday, March 7th, 2019
the month
The meeting opened ment effective January
with a delegation of Can- 2019. The monthly pay The Minnedosa Performing Arts Expressions Concert Series
Show starts at 7:30 p.m.
dace Turchinski and Jenna for the Fire Chief was ap-

Quinton Blair
Minnedosa Chamber of Minnedosa United Church
Wreggit of MNP, who pre- proved at $350, the Dep-
sented and reviewed the uty Fire Chief at $200 and thanks this business for its’ contribution to
Town’s audited financial Captain(s) at $100. Each the business community Friday,Tickets
October available
7th,at the Door.
2016 at 7:30 p.m.
statements for the year member of the Fire De- February 2019 Minnedosa Community Conference Centre
Adults $20
2017. partment, including fire- Minnedosa Credit Union Doors open at 7:00 p.m.
Students (13-18)
Advance tickets available at the Library.
if accompanied by an adult
$20 (Students accompanied or $10
by an adult free)
Students (13-18) $10
Web site: http://www.expressionsconcerts.ca

Wine and beer available

for purchase
Minnedosa Credit Union Limited received its Charter
Invitation to Attend on July 21st, 1947. The assets at December 31st,
(must be 18 years or older).
Please drink All proceeds to go to
Public Presentation
1947 were $328, with a membership of 29. By 1963 Minnedosa Performing
the Credit Union employed two full-time and one Arts Committee
Rolling River School Division part-time employees. Membership grew rapidly to 2,136
members in 1974, and March 6th, 1975 marked the grand
2019-2020 Proposed Budget opening of the present Credit Union building. Since that time,
the Minnedosa Credit Union Limited has continued to grow to
7:00 p.m. 21 employees, over 3,500 members and $135 million in assets.
Wednesday, March 6th, 2019 As a co-operative, MCU shares its profit with the membership
and since inception over 6.8 million has been paid back to
Division Administration Office members. With much appreciation to our sponsors:
36 Armitage Avenue Next Chamber meeting:
Wednesday, February 27th
Minnedosa, MB Evening meeting at Farmhouse 50
4 Friday, February 22, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Expressions Concert Series Presents Buying the Farm

By KAREN MITCHELL This two-part play is based the cast was able to deal
around the farm of Mag- with harder subjects such

T he Minnedosa Expres-
sions Concert series
presented it’s third perfor-
nus Bjornson, played by
Sandy Winsby. Magnus
grew up on the family farm
as mental health, physical
health, financial burden
and the overarching sub-
mance of the season on that for generations had ject of “where do I belong.”
Monday, February 18th. been worked by the Bjorn- A great watch for those
The humorous, three-cast son men. Recently, Mag- looking for a little self-re-
play had the audience nus was joined on the farm flection or simply for those
chuckling throughout the by his great-niece Esme just wanting a chuckle.
entire performance and Van Fossen, played by Ol- The fourth and final
once again brought out ivia Ulrich. Esme was a concert of the 2018-2019
community members of hardworking, feisty young Expressions Concert Se-
all ages. “That’s what I lady who didn’t appreciate ries will be “Casati” held
like about the Expression outsiders sniffing around. on Thursday, March 7th
concerts, it doesn’t matter After realizing that Mag- at the Minnedosa United
how old you are, you are nus’s health wasn’t what it Church. If you do not al-
bound to find interest in used to be, Esme had her ready have your ticket
the events,” explained one hands full dealing with her be sure to contact the
audience member. great-uncle, the farm and a Minnedosa Regional Li-
The Royal Manitoba nosey intruder, real estate brary or any of the Expres- MTC photo
Theatre Centre (MTC) developer Brad Deacon, sions committee members
presented the travelling played by Tristan Carlucci. for more information. MTC’s Buying the Farm took to the stage of MCCC Monday night.
play, “Buying the Farm”. Presented through humor,

Bombers Win First Best of Five Series

By DARRYL HOLYK with two goals in the In the third period both against the Bisons. Brad Lewis. In the second Ryan Heino assisted by
first period, the Bombers teams scored two more The Bombers then period, Minnedosa earned Brad Lewis. The game then

T he Minnedosa Senior
Bombers won their
first round of the Best of
owned the second period
earning three goals. The
first was scored by Shane
goals with Minnedosa’s
goals coming from Shane
Cameron assisted by Ryan
faced off in a Best of Five
against the MacGregor
Wild. The first game in this
another goal scored by
Russ Huyghe assisted by
Matt Saler and Wyatt Rap-
went into overtime which
saw the Wild score the win-
ning goal for MacGregor.
Five Series winning three Jury assisted by Michael Heino and Brad Lewis and series was held Monday, sky. MacGegor scored their The Bombers and the
games against the Melita Birch, the second scored the final game-winning February 18th in Mac- first three goals during the Wild will face off again on
Bisons. Their final game by Michael Birch assisted goal by Michael Birch as- Gregor which ended in second period followed by home ice at the Minnedosa
against the Bisons was by Ryan Heino and the sisted by Ryan Heino. With a 4-3 loss for the Bomb- another goal by the Bomb- Arena, tonight, February
held on the night of Val- third scored by Michael this goal, the Bombers won ers. Minnedosa opened ers in the third to tie things 22nd and tomorrow night.
entine’s Day in Melita. Al- Birch assisted by Ryan Hei- the game 5-4 earning them the game with a goal by up 3-3. Minnedosa’s third Go out, fill the stands and
though the Bisons opened no and James McCarville. the win in the Best of Five Michael Birch assisted by period goal was scored by cheer on our Bombers!

Chancellors Hockey Report Letters to the Editor

By LAURA GOOD ing three goals to the Vi- earned a 4-3 win over Vin- play, Mitch Collyer with The Minnedosa Tribune welcomes Letters to the
kings one. Mitch Collyer cent Massey. Tanner Han- assists to Lucas Beatty and Editor. All letters must include the writers full name,

O n Thursday, Febru-
ary 7th, the Chancel-
lors hosted the Vincent
with assists to Sam Wilman
and Lucas Beatty scored to
tie the game at two. Lucas
son helped the Chancel-
lors with the win stopping
40 of the 43 shots on net.
Sam Wilson, scored to give
the Chancellors a two-goal
lead. Equal play continued
address, and telephone number. Only the writer’s
name will be published; address and phone number
are required for confirmation. Anonymous letters will
Massey Vikings. The Vi- Beatty with assists from On Sunday, February between the teams. The not be published. Letters that are deemed libelous,
kings took the lead in first Sam Wilman and Carter 10th, the Chancellor head- Tigers scored with six min- in bad taste, or describe an incident involving other
period netting two goals. Hedley put the Chancel- ed to Neepawa to face the utes remaining to close the people, will not be published.
The Chancellor’s Lucas lors in the lead. Konlyn Neepawa Tigers. Within gap by one. The Chancel- The Minnedosa Tribune reserves the right to
Parrott, assisted by Konlyn Nemetchek with assists to six minutes left, Sam Wil- lors were able to keep the edit letters based on taste, legality, clarity, and
Nemetchek and Josh King- Josh Kingdon and Bryden man with assist to Lucas Tigers at bay and ended length. Letters to the Editor can be submitted in
don, cut the lead to one McFarlane finished off the Beatty, put the Chancel- with a 2-1 lead. Solid goal person, sent by mail to Box 930, Minnedosa, MB
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first period. The Chancel- cellors in the lead 4-3. This cellors held the one goal Jardine. editor@minnedosatribune.com
lors picked up their game would be the final goal of lead for the first and sec-
in the second period; scor- the game. The Chancellors ond periods. On a power

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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, February 22, 2019 5

Manitoba Train Derailment Highlights

Another Reason to Support Pipelines
Ye O l d
Letters to the
Dear Editor, until the rare tragedy does

O n Saturday, February
16th, a train carrying
  A study by the Fraser
Institute concluded that rail

crude oil derailed 10 kilome- transport is 4.5 times more
tres outside of St. Lazare, MB likely to have an occurrence
at 3:30 a.m. than a pipeline. Studies also
  The result? A crude oil prove that every barrel of
spill that had the potential to crude oil shipped by pipeline 1889 – A couple of ladies were out on the river
be considerably worse. reaches its destination 99.999% of the time. Yet the anti- snowshoeing lately, and coming to a weak spot in
  Ironically, I first heard the news while attending a oil and gas activists such as Justin Trudeau’s Liberal gov- the ice, went through. Fortunately, the water was not
rally with Conservative Leader, Andrew Scheer in sup- ernment, fail to recognize the importance of pipelines deep so they escaped with nothing more than a good
port of pipelines. The disaster was effectively contained and instead are actively working to stop them from being wetting.
by CN Rail in a timely manner with an environmental built. They killed the Northern Gateway pipeline. They
assessment team preventing hazardous chemicals from killed the Energy East pipeline. And they obstructed the
reaching the nearby river. I do applaud the company for development of the Trans Mountain pipeline. We should 1899 – Local business advertisers: Halpenny’s Con-
their work.  Although no injuries or fires were reported, be very concerned that Justin Trudeau’s plan to kill Can- fectionary, Minnedosa Planing Mill, McDonald and
an event so close to home for many proves once again ada’s energy sector seems to be working. Co. Chemists and Druggists, McLennan’s Economy
why building pipelines are important for not only our   The reality is that our economy and lifestyles depend Store and Thompson’s Livery, Feed and Stable.
economy but our safety. The fact is, pipelines are the saf- on oil and will for the foreseeable future. Oil and gas need
est way to move oil and gas. Pipelines also help our ag- to be transported if we want to continue to live our high- 1909 – The settlers in Scandinavia have formed a
riculture and resource-based growing industry by giving quality of life. Furthermore, the success of our oil and gas lodge of Good Templars with a membership of 35, to
railways the ability to move more products in an expand- industry means the success of our nation’s economy. make an effort to promote temperance among the
ing world market for grain and other goods. I deeply care about the safety of our communities. people.
  As you know, many communities have railroads run- I care about the safety of our farmers. I care about the
ning through or near them. Additionally, farmers and safety of our local landowners. If you also care about the
landowners, such as the rancher whose land became safety of rural Manitobans, Saturday’s train derailment
1959 – Mr. W. Demchuk of Rackham has been
awarded the Ten Year Elevator Master Merit Certifi-
home to the near 40 rail cars on Saturday, share the same should highlight just one more reason to support pipe-
cate from the Canadian Consolidated Grain Com-
passion for living in rural areas often with trains nearby. lines.
pany in recognition of proficiency in the care of the
It’s a reality of our lifestyle and it is sometimes overlooked  
grain elevator premises for a record ten consecutive
Dan Mazier
Conservative Party of Canada Candidate

BU Researchers Asking Men for Dauphin-Swan River-Neepawa

1969 – Reeve and Councillors in the R.M. of Clan-
william will receive $15 per day for each sitting of the
to Share Their Experiences council and ten cents per mile travelling expenses.
The R.M. will also rent space in the municipal office
to the Village of Erickson at $55 per month.
1979 – Minnedosa Consumers Co-op Shopping
R esearchers at Brandon University (BU) have launched
a new project to study the stress experienced by men
in the Westman region.
Centre Hardware Department is offering a two-day
Hoover Scissor Clinic in which scissors sharpening
will be done at 50 cents a pair.
The two-year case study, funded by the Social Scienc-
es and Humanities Research Council of Canada, seeks to
address growing mental health concerns in the Prairie 1989 – Joe Stemkoski has purchased the Valley
provinces. Rates of completed suicide on the Prairies are Motor Lodge and can’t wait to open the doors. After
the highest in Canada outside the Territorial North and some needed renovations are completed, he hopes to
are higher among men than women. open between May and July.
“We have seen significant efforts to increase aware-
ness of men’s health issues in Canada,” said project lead 1999 – With the advent of digital photography at Ye
Rachel Herron. “Initiatives such as the recent Let’s Talk Old Trib, we hope to see the use of four colour photo-
campaign and Movember have helped to bring mental graphs on the front page within the next few weeks.
health and wellness into the public eye, but we also need The whole process has been reduced from seven days
to understand the challenges and stress men face in the to just a few minutes with the new technology.
region to provide better support to them and their fami-
lies. We need to know what is getting in the way of their
health.” 2009 – Ray Orr, Dennis Peckover, John Mendrikis
The research team is looking for men across the and Bob Manns will represent Zone Three at the
Westman region to participate in small group discus- The Minnedosa & District Foundation was pleased to grant upcoming Manitoba’s Credit Unions Masters Men’s
sions or share their story one-on-one. Anyone interested $1,500 to the Minnedosa Regional Library for the purchase of Provincial Curling Championships being held here
in participating in the project can contact Herron at 204- some vinyl bean bag chairs for the childrens corner and other next month.
727-9771 or at HerronR@BrandonU.ca. supplies. Enjoying the comfy chairs are Avie Wilson, Brinley
Herron, who is the Canada Research Chair in Rural Marnock and Nathan Marnock. We are fortunate to have
and Remote Mental Health and a member of BU’s De- such a great staff at the library.
partment of Geography, is joined on the research team by
Jonathan Allan (Gender and Women’s Studies, BU), Can- For more info or to make a donation to the Foundation go to
dice Waddell (Department of Psychiatric Nursing, BU) www.minnedosafoundation.com.
and Kerstin Roger (Department of Community Health
Science, University of Manitoba). They are working with
a wide group of community partners to reach a diverse
group of participants and expand current understand-
ings of men’s mental health in the region. They hope the
information collected will help to improve policy and Tuesday at 12 Noon 19024LL0
programs in the area.
6 Friday, February 22, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Sandy Lake News Minnedosa 4-H News

By DiANE BAcHEwicH home from their hospital There were also a number By ASHLEY MAGNUSON 23rd. We made up con- have been many fun activi-
stay in Minnedosa. of prizes won. tainers of cookies for three ties going on in our zone.

R andy and Sharon Da-

vies have recently re-
turned home after they
The Sandy Lake Drop-
In Centre hosted the West-
man Senior Carpet Bowl
Harold and Joyce
Prosken of Winnipeg
spent a few days this past
T here was a 4-H meet-
ing at the MCI cafete-
ria on Monday, February
different community help-
ers on February 10th at St.
Alphonsus church. These
There was a tube/talk in
Asessippi on February
3rd, some different curling
spent a month holidaying on Friday. First and sec- week with brother-in-law 4th, with 26 members cookies were delivered to bonspiels, and Fun/Rec-
in Mexico. ond awards went to Riv- George Rush. On Monday, present. Roll call was tak- Town of Minnedosa work- ognition day will be held
Sympathy is extended ers team four and Rivers they took him to the airport en and each member was ers, custodial staff for TCS on April 13th in Neepawa
to the Malchuk family on team one. The third was to return home to White encouraged to say if they and MCI, and RRSD Bus this year.
the passing of their broth- to Sandy Lake team two Rock, BC after spending were done their speech, Drivers. We appreciate all Our club communi-
er, Walter Malchuk at the of Francis Kuzmak, Linda the past three weeks here. instead of just saying here. you do for our communi- cations night is on Fri-
Sandy Lake Personal Care Sichewski, Eileen Hunter, Congratulations to Each member shared an ties. For our second fun day, February 22nd at the
Home. The funeral was Doreen Stapleton and El- Jayson Andreychuk and update on their 4-H proj- activity of the year, we are Ukrainian Hall.
held on Monday at the sie Kowalchuk. A fun day his team of Ryan Andrey- ect progress. going tubing in McGregor The meeting was ad-
Ukrainian Catholic Church of sportsmanship was had chuk, Corrie Hodges and Next, we discussed on Friday, March 8th. journed and then Sara-
at Horod. by all and included a very Lance Higget who topped sub-committee reports. Corinne Topham gave Lynn Boyd played a game/
Nice to see Elsie delicious meal. The event the Newdale Bonspiel on We are doing board games/ the Head Leader report learning item. Our next
Kristalovich, Peter Prokop- would not have been pos- the weekend. cards at the senior centre and Laci Mailman gave the meeting will be on Mon-
chuk and Donnie Bilyk all sible without volunteers. 50+ on Saturday, February Area Council report. There day March 4th.

Cadurcis News Basswood News

By DOrEEN TrOTT mary and Jasper Lea of loss of husband, father and Editor’s Note: The to Laurie (Brown) McVey the weekend. The Junior
Winnipeg and Colton Rose grandfather. Tribune sends condo- and family and Bea Brown team also won the gold.

C atherine McManus of
Winnipeg spent the
Louis Riel weekend with
of Basswood.
Our sympathy is ex-
tended to the relatives
Folks are glued to their
TV sets watching the Scot-
ties this week.
lences to our volunteer
Basswood correspondent,
Zelda Firby and family on
and family on the sudden
passing of husband and
son in-law Bill McVey of
Well Done Girls!
Get well wishes to Kay
Herbert of Melita who is a
her mother, Muriel McMa- of the late William (Bill) We are well into Feb- the recent passing of Stan. Minnedosa. patient in the Minnedosa
nus. McVey, whose funeral ruary but the weather is We wish good days Health Centre.
Sunday visitors with service was on Tuesday. still unseasonably cold. By ZELDA FirBY ahead for the Cardys, A number of folks
Malcolm and Shirley Rose We will remember Lau- Remember how hot it was Syd is now a resident from the district either
were Mike, Maria, Rose- rie and her family on this last summer?
R ecently, Joanne Ross
accompanied Lani
Brocas of New Zealand to
of the Minnedosa Care
Home and Marie is in the
Minnedosa Health Centre.
took part or attended Skate
the Lake in Minnedosa on
the weekend.
Vancouver by train. Lani Congratulations to Mike and Marla Pearce
19024DD1 spent four months with the Jordyn Firby and team and family returned home
Ross’s and is now spending mates of the Minnedosa to Calgary on Sunday after
some time in Vancouver, Mustangs Senior Soccer spending a few days with
then going to the UK be- Team who won gold at he Zelda Firby and family.
fore returning home. Golden Bay Soccer Tour-
Sympathy is extended nament in Winnipeg on

Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District


We are currently accepting orders for trees:
• To develop a new shelterbelt for acreages and farm yards; OR
• To replace trees in an existing shelterbelt
• Small quantities for hand planting (no specialty trees)
Trees will be ordered from nurseries offering trees hardy to our climate, at
a COST. Call us today for pricing and tree species available. Most trees are
bare root stock no bigger than 24”. Tree order applications for 2019 are
available at our office/website and must be filled out and submitted by
February 22nd, 2019.
The LSRCD makes planting shelterbelts eaSy! The District will:
• Assist with design.
• Order trees through a nursery.
• Provide and maneuver tree planter.
• Apply plastic mulch. (Mulch reduces tree maintenance)


Planting Fee:
Flat rate - Minimum charge of $250.00 per mile
Biodegradable and Compostable Mulch- $315.00 per 610m roll
To Contact: Toll Free-1-866-820-1512 or 204-566-2270
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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, February 22, 2019 7

New “Valley Life” Brand Launched

leys enveloping it all. The saging, and a call put out a new community web-
script for the words Valley for a new tagline, to which site, updated advertising
Life was hand drawn, sug- Alison responded. across the region, and new
gesting a casual invitation Valley Life, a simple local and highway sign-
from a friend to come, visit concept. Short, sweet and age. The Minnedosa Tour-
Minnedosa and find out piques a certain curiosity. ism Committee will be
for yourself, what is Valley We know what comes to launching a line of Valley
Life? mind when we think Lake Life clothing anticipated
Local restauranteur, Life, Cottage Country, or to be hitting local shops
Alison Burgess of Corner- City Living… but what is so this spring, as well as new
stone Grill, coined the line special about life in a val- promotional products
Valley Life after attending ley that it could possibly and publications. Three
the Travel Manitoba ses- define a place beyond its promotional videos have
sion held in Minnedosa physical boundaries? As been developed to help
last October. In this ses- anyone who has been to launch the brand, and a
sion, plans to develop a Minnedosa would tell you, social media contest kicks
new brand and logo were a lot. off this morning to win a
revealed, the unique ex- The Minnedosa Area Valley Life prize pack of
periences of a visitor to CDC will be rolling out the experiences generously
our hidden valley forming Valley Life brand over the donated by our local tour-
the basis of the new mes- coming months, including ism providers.
Minnedosa’s new brand and logo, Valley Life, was unveiled to the public
last night. The new logo was designed by The Graphic Factory of Onanole.

SUBMITTED standing their tourism op- Manitoba to engage local
portunities, refining com- shareholders and solicit

F or more than a
decade, visitors to
Minnedosa have been in-
munication and marketing
strategies, and providing
communities with a new
their feedback, we have
captured the values and
vision of the commun-
vited to Discover Minne- logo and brand package. ity and were able to move
dosa, Manitoba’s Valley Minnedosa does not meet ahead with developing a
Paradise. Looking back the criteria for the full new brand and logo with
further we were ‘Your place branding program, a local graphic artist who
Place in the Sun’ and however TM assisted by really knows the commun-
smile at the familiar jin- hosting a Tourism Share- ity.”
gle of days gone by. But, holder Strategic Planning The new Valley Life
Minnedosa is getting a Session last October. The logo was designed by The
new look! catered evening engaged Graphic Factory of On-
The Minnedosa Area the community and pro- anole. Derek Boyd was
Community Develop- vided strategic feedback involved with the creation
ment Corporation (CDC) and a self-assessed “report of the Clear Lake Country
has been working to de- card” of local attitudes and brand and provided stra-
velop a new logo and perceptions toward tour- tegic feedback throughout
new brand identity for ism, for which we received the project as well as at-
the community, which a B, B+ for our overall tour- tending the Strategic Plan-
was released at a Place ism product, as well as op- ning Session. He designed
Brand Reveal last night, portunities for growth and the logo from concept to
Thursday, February 21st, improvement. completion, and will be
at the Minnedosa United Our local geography replacing the sign in front
Church. The project, in was noted as our biggest of the Minnedosa Fire
the works for about a strength with our lush val- Hall, as well as signage on
year, was initiated by local ley, hills and lake creating Highways #1, #10, and #16
Economic Development a very Instagram-worthy in the coming year.
Officer (EDO), Chantelle backdrop to an outdoorsy, The goal when creat-
Parrott and will be used to energetic, and authen- ing the logo was to reflect
promote Minnedosa as an tic lifestyle. When tasked the unique features of the
appealing tourism destin- with assigning character area in a clean, simple,
ation and attractive place traits to Minnedosa, we way. It was developed
to live. are what every person with a slightly retro feel,
The majority of the should look for in a home- but is modern, geometric
work has been research- town- active, vibrant, and will be used against
ing place brand programs, fun, friendly, welcoming, natural elements such as
engaging with Travel beautiful, and charming. aged wood planks to sug-
Manitoba for their exper- “The place branding gest rustic authenticity
tise, soliciting feedback program has proven quite and maintain a small-
from the community, de- successful in destinations town charm. The pops
veloping a strategic vision, surrounding Minnedo- of colour are identifiable
and working closely with sa, including Clear Lake and consistent with past
a graphic designer to cre- Country and Neepawa,” Minnedosa logos, repre-
ate a logo and brand stan- said Minnedosa and Area senting the main aspects
dards that stand the test of EDO, Chantelle Parrott. of life in the valley: an in-
time. “To remain appealing and verted blue to represent
Travel Manitoba, a relevant, there is a def- the lake and river tucked
partner of Minnedosa inite need to update our in the hills, yellow repre-
Tourism, offers a Place brand, get a new logo and senting rolling fields of
Brand program to assist streamline our marketing. agriculture, and green
destinations in under- By partnering with Travel for the lush hills and val-
8 Friday, February 22, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Pharmacy Donates to Daycare Bowling
O n Tuesday. February 19th the Minnedosa Phar-
macy donated $5,000 towards the Minnedosa
Community Child Care Co-op expansion fundraising

“We at Minnedosa Pharmacy see this as a very
B owlers of the week of
February 19th are Ray
Criddle +34 and Vivian
worthwhile cause,” said Jan Magnusson. “Increasing Cullen +56.
the number of quality childcare spots will potential- Other good games
ly draw more young families into our great commu- were Gladys Murray 185,
nity.   This is an important attraction when deciding 183, Ava Harris 131, Garry
where to call home for your family.   We would like MacDowall 170, 190, Don-
to say a huge thank you to all the volunteers working na MacDonald 111, 109,
hard to see this project expansion completed.”  Vivian Cullen 189, 200,
The Minnedosa Community Child Care Co-op Debbie Tarn 205, 245, Car-
reached out to the public earlier in the year, asking ry Douglas 165, Bev Chap-
for assistance in raising the last $100,000 required to ski 203, Betty Ann Bertrand
break ground in the spring. The Co-op is hoping to 184, 204, Vicky Bugg 156,
have the shovel in the ground in April to start the 800 150, Robert Hendry 195,
square foot addition project. Ray Criddle 197 and Vivian
Photo by Karen Mitchell
Penner 136.

The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, February 22, 2019 9

Curling for a Cure Raises Over $13,000

By KAREN MITCHELL erings, which didn’t stop Yanchycki. “Cancer has
at the traditional holidays deeply affected our family

T he second annual
Curling for a Cure
Funspiel was held over
but included farm parties,
annual meat cutting and
sausage making, birthday
like many others, which is
why we want to continue
Curling for a Cure and
the weekend of February parties and Relay for Life. will do so in honour of my
15th to 17th at the Minne- “Since Gigi’s last diag- Gigi. This event isn’t just
dosa Curling Club. The nosis, we knew we wanted about our family, it’s about
event saw a slight increase to find a way to raise more your family too! Our goal
this year in numbers with money to donate to the with this event is to bring
seven Kidspiel teams and Canadian Cancer Soci- people together, provide a
fourteen Funspiel teams ety through Relay for Life, community of support and
registered. which our family attended to raise money to help beat
“This year we raised with Gigi every year,” ex- this disease.”
a total of $13,300 which plained Chad. “We had
will all be donated to the been brainstorming event
Canadian Cancer Society ideas and after attending
through Relay for Life,” the family Funspiel in
stated Chad Yanchycki, Minnedosa last December Photo by Karen Mitchell
organizer of the event. we decided a curling Fun-
Last years event brought spiel would be a great way The winners of the back next year with both Minnedosa and the sur- myCommunity
Neighbours Indeed
in $3,807.90, bringing the to bring people together to Funspiel, presented by events,” promised Chad. rounding communities
Be a Neighbour...
two-year total donations to have a fun weekend and Peterbilt Manitoba Ltd., “We had activities that was unbelievable, but it’s And announce
$17,107.90. A huge success raise money for a good were “The Rolling Stones” worked really well for us starting to stretch even fur- these special events
to your community
in such a short period of cause. Gigi was always a which included John Klas- this year and was a big hit ther than that.
time! big supporter of the Cana- sen, Devon Manns, Ken over the weekend. We will The event is now at- ●Birth of Child
The Funspiel was or- dian Cancer Society and Early and Allan Manns. continue with some of tracting teams and spon- ●Wedding Anniversaries
ganized two-years-ago in Relay for Life, which our This team also walked those but we always like sorships from across 25th, 40th, 50th, 60th
honour of Nick Melnyk, family raised money for away with the champion- to keep things exciting southern Manitoba as ●New home residency
family patriarch. “Nick’s, every year.” ship last year! For the Kid- so there will be some fun well as eastern Saskatch- You may qualify for a
personalized keepsake
my Gigi, main passion in Nick battled three dif- spiel, the goal is to just get changes we will incorpor- ewan. Every penny raised gift offer compliments
life was his family, which ferent types of cancers over kids out on the ice having ate into next year’s events from this event is donated of local business and
fun, learning to curl while for both the Kidspiel and to the Canadian Cancer professional sponsors
started with his wife Shir- his final ten years, which
ley and their four daugh- included kidney cancer, raising money for the Ca- Funspiel.” Society through the Re- Minnedosa Pharmacy
Glenndosa Glass 1990 Ltd.
ters,” stated Yanchycki. prostate cancer and merkel nadian Cancer Society. Ev- “We are very pleased lay for Life team, Curling Minnedosa insurance Services
The four girls married giv- cell cancer, a very rare type ery child went home with with the success of our for a Cure. “Everyone has Kim’sQuality Foods
a pick a prize generously event. To raise over their own reasons for sup- Integra Tire
ing Nick four son-in-law’s, of skin cancer. “On Febru- Heritage Co-op
eleven grandchildren, two ary 21st, 2018, three days donated by Fun N’ Games $13,000 is something spe- porting Curling for a Cure, Minnedosa Tribune
grandchildren-in-laws after our first annual Curl- HQ in Brandon. cial and something my but one thing unites us all: Gateway Motel
and eight great grandchil- ing for a Cure, we lost him Yanchycki is already Gigi would be very proud a belief that we can cre- Be part of your Community!
dren. He was at his hap- to his battle with cancer at in the planning stages for of us for,” said Chad. “The ate a world where no one Contact Tillie Johnson
piest during family gath- the age of 75,” said Chad. next year. “Yes, we will be support we received from fears cancer,” mentioned 204-867-3414

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Newdale News
By Raven’s Glen WI Provincial Playoffs hosted A very successful Lo- awarded to the winners as Games in Red Deer Alber- spiel were Melanie Dalke
in Somerset this upcoming cal Mixed Bonspiel was follows: First Event 1. Jason ta this past week. His great of Brandon with her Dad

C ongratulations

School boys curling team

the Strathclair High
week. Good luck and good
curling boys!
We send our deep-
held last weekend with
ideal weather for the natu-
ral ice! Sixteen rinks com-
Andreychuk, 2. Shannon
Dalke, 3. Pete Dmytriw,
4. Neil Galbraith. Second
grandson, Connor Geekie,
age 14, was selected to play
with Team Manitoba. In
Shannon Dalke, Eric and
Wyatt Lamb with their Dad
Glen Lamb, Diane Usick’s
who won the Zone 10 Play- est sympathy to Lorraine peted, from ages eight to Event: 1. Dale Newton, 2. last Sunday’s game against niece Shelby Watson and
offs held February 7th in (Tolton) Sleep of Minnedo- eighty, enjoying keen ice Graham Duncan, 3. Diane Alberta (time of writing), nephews Brooks and Drew
Hamiota. The team con- sa and her family on the with many amazing shots Usick, 4. Glen Lamb. Third Connor scored the sec- Watson, Sarah Kienas of
sists of Lucas Pedersen, passing of her husband, made. A delicious roast Event: 1. Dennis Peder- ond goal, but Manitoba Brandon with Dad Rick
Morgan Boles, Tyler Dalke, David, on February 15th. beef supper was served sen, 2. Ian Ward, 3. Jim still came up several goals Kienas. A lot of young fam-
Brooks Watson and spare Our thoughts go out to Da- Saturday evening to over Richards, 4. Rick Kienas. short. We wish them bet- ilies around the rink again!
George Ward. The team vid’s family of two children 125 people, curlers, fami- Bill Zahaiko has been ter luck as the week pro-
is coached by Kevin Ped- both living in Alberta and lies and viewers and an- busy watching coverage of gresses!
ersen and teacher Kathy other relatives still in Eng- other 54 enjoyed Sunday the hockey being played Home to curl with
Fraser. Good luck at the land. supper. Pick-a-Prizes were at the Canada Winter family rinks for the bon-

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• Be quoted on a per school / site - per time /occurrence basis.
• Interested parties must rely on own inspetion of the parents.
• Prices to be guaranteed from April 2019 to November 2021 • Provides crisis management services for foster parents.
property • Guarantee minimum of twice a month after the first cut and more • Working cooperatively and effectively with case managers and foster child’s
• All tenders must be delivered to Box 1651 Minnedosa, frequently if required/ requested. home community.
Manitoba R0J 1E0 by March 15th, 2019 • State the equipment that will be available / used to perform • Works cooperatively and effectively as part of the Gaa Gii Kweng Program’s
cutting/ trimming. service delivery team.
• Payment and possession date April 1st, 2019
• A site visit must be made to determine what areas are to be cut QUALIFICATIONS:
• Highest tender not necessarily excepted. (15-4) and trimmed. • Post secondary degree in a related discipline and at least one year related
experience preferably in First Nations Child & Family Services. An equivalent
Quotations accepted for all or any of the following schools: combination of training and experience may be considered.
• Douglas Elementary School • Must have a working knowledge of the CFS Act of Manitoba and the programs/
• Forrest Elementary School agencies that serve First Nations foster children in on-reserve and off-reserve
• Elton Collegiate settings.
• Knowledge of the CFSIS system or willingness to learn
• Rivers Elementary School • Knowledge of and appreciation for Ojibway culture and aspirations are essential.
• Rivers Collegiate • Must be able to work as part of a team and maintain positive interpersonal
Town of Minnedosa • Rapid City School relationships.
• Tanner’s Crossing School, Minnedosa • Must have good presentation skills, knowledge of delivering workshops, and
The Town of Minnedosa is accepting tenders for: • Minnedosa Collegiate experience in working with adult learners.
• Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
RFQ 2019-01 • Erickson Elementary School • The ability to speak Ojibway will be considered a definite asset.
• Erickson Collegiate • Must have knowledge and experience with computerized programs
Pavilion Deck
• Onanole Elementary School i.e. Microsoft Office.
General information: To obtain a Price Quotation and Specification Form contact: All applicants must be willing to submit a Criminal Record check that includes a
• Removal of existing 4ft x 50ft x 6in thick concrete deck Joana Dear at jdear@rrsd.mb.ca Vulnerable Sector Search, Child Abuse Registry check, Prior Contact check and Driver’s
• Concrete rubble to be placed in pavilion parking lot for 1-204-867-2754 ext 221 Abstract prior to employment. Travel is required. A valid driver’s license and access to
Deadline for submission of quotation: means of reliable transportation for work is a condition of employment.
removal by the Town of Minnedosa.
2:00 p.m. Friday, March 15, 2019 SALARY: Commensurate with experience and training and according to Provincial pay
• Removal and salvage of existing metal railing scale.
• Construction of wood deck as per engineered plans Please submit resumes to:
Suzanne Gebken, BSW, RSW
• Removal of two existing stairs HELP WANTED Alternate Care/Gaa Gii Kweng Supervisor
• Modify and install salvage railing to new deck, to include West Region Child & Family Services, Inc.
painting 255 Sherbrook Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba., R3C 2B8
• Construct and install metal railing to fill openings left by Fax: (204) 985-4079
stair removal DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS Wednesday, February 27, 2019
• Removal of bleachers attached to wood structure We thank all who apply, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
• Supply, stain and Install wood railings onto opening left
by bleacher removal. As of busy schedule,
EMPLOYMENT we are looking for full time
All measurements are approximate to be verified by the Rural Municipality of Minto-Odanah OPPORTUNITY reception at our dental of-
contractor Seasonal Equipment Operator/Labourer fice in Erickson. Full training
will be provided. Very good
Completion date May 17, 2019 wages. Kindly send resume to
The Rural Municipality of Minto-Odanah is accepting applications
Copy of the deck drawing and tender packages available for a Seasonal Equipment Operator/Laborer. This position is full ameu2021@yahoo.ca, audi-
Class 1 company drivers
for pick up at the Town Office or by emailing kmoyer@ time seasonal and scheduled to start approximately May 1st, 2019. wanted to haul bulk liquid
chad@yahoo.ca or call 204-
963-8865. (49-4) x
minnedosa.com. The opportunity to work during the winter may also be considered. products throughout MB, SK,
AB and the US.
Any enquiry concerning the content of this Request for Duties to include operation of various municipal equipment and
Quotation should be directed to Kevin Marcino at 204-867- other general duties as assigned.
Loaded and empty miles paid! STEEL BUILDINGS
Dedicated dispatch, Well
0037. maintained equipment,
Comprehensive benefits
Applicant should have a Class 3 license or be willing to obtain one. STEEL BUILDING SALE ...
Sealed Tenders marked “PAVILION DECK” will be accepted at package, Training Program
for inexperienced drivers.
the Town of Minnedosa’s Civic Centre, 103 Main Street South, Please send resume with 3 references by 4:00 p.m., Friday, March Contact us or submit your
Box 426 Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 until 4:30 p.m. on Friday, resume:
ON NOW!” 20x21 $5,726.
8th, 2019. 25x25 $6,370. 30x31 $8,818.
March 1, 2019. Phone: 204.571.0187
32x33 $8,995. 35x35 $12,464.
Email: recruiting@
Fax: (204) 867-2686 Email: kmoyer@minnnedosa.com Submit applications to: renaissancetrans.ca One End Wall Included. Pi-
Any or all of the quotations may not be necessarily R.M. of Minto-Odanah Fax: 204.727.6651 oneer Steel 1-855-212-7036
Seasonal Equipment Operator/Labourer Or submit an online www.pioneersteel.ca
accepted. application @
49 Main St., Box 1197, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 Have an
Fax: (204) 867-1937
NOTICE Email: mintoodanah@wcgwave.ca Dream Job! Live in care-
giver/housekeeper. Summers
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Do you have a PRESS RELEASE / MEDIA ADVISORY that the tropics. Call 204-997-4629.
needs to go out? Let us help you with that! Though we cannot know through
guarantee publication, MCNA will get the information into the
right hands for ONLY $35.00 + GST/HST. We also do Media
Fishing Lodge Oppor- The Classifieds!
tunity: Employment for 2.
Monitoring, if you would like to follow up and see who picked
Dock and boat hand, yard
up the material. Call MCNA (204) 947-1691 for more informa-
and housekeeping, PR, fish- ADVERTISE FOR
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ing. Private LHK accommo- AS LOW AS $9.00
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WEST REGION CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES INC. Opportunities at Elkhorn Resort
Located near Riding Mountain National Park, Elkhorn Resort Spa & Conference Centre is a great place to nurture your career! We’ve got
invites applications for the following positions a fantastic team environment, competitive wages, offer great benefits, staff discount and room to grow. Come and reach your potential
-URBAN SERVICES FAMILY ENHANCEMENT (FE) WORKER with us! We currently have openings in the positions of:

- COURT ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT CLERK Responsibilities include (but are not limited to): Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
• Dust furniture and vacuum carpeting • Station set up where s/he will be responsible for preparing
WRCFS is a mandated First Nations Child and Family Services Agency responsible to provide a full range of • Make beds, change linen, and distribute clean towels and their station before the start of each service
services, including statutory services, voluntary services and prevention services to the children and families toiletries • Make sure that all supplies needed are available and ready
• Pick up debris and empty trash containers for use
of its nine First Nations, residing on and off reserve. The purpose of the programs of WRCFS is to sustain, • Replenish room amenities supplies • During meal service s/he will be responsible for preparing
support, and enhance family and community life. The agency’s mission is to work with our First Nations • Report and store lost and found items items requested from his/her station in a timely fashion
• Clean public areas as required (such as hallways) • Work in cooperation with the other cooks in the kitchen
people to protect Aboriginal children, in keeping with our core values. • Ensure furniture in the rooms is properly placed • After service, will be in charge of cleaning their station,
• Stock linen closet and supplies area cooking surfaces, etc.
Urban Services Family Enhancement (FE) Worker • Other duties as assigned by Supervisor
Reporting to the Urban Services CFS Supervisor, the worker will be responsible to work as part of a team in Qualifications: • Possess good health and physical condition
delivering a full range of child and family services with emphasis on prevention and resource services as a • Possess good health and physical condition • Neat and clean in appearance and work habits
• Neat and clean in appearance and work habits • Ability to communicate with co-workers
frontline approach. Duties will include; the provision of frontline voluntary child & family services including • Ability to communicate with guests • Ability to accept direction
intake & referral, Assisting in the delivery of statutory services as required, Planning, developing and • Ability to accept direction • Ability to work with minimal supervision
• Ability to work with minimal supervision • Ability to work in a high pressure, fast paced environment
implementation of prevention programs as related to child and family service needs of the community, • Ability to work within a team environment • Ability to work within a team environment
provision of support services to children in care, Facilitating groups, teaching parenting skills, establishing • Is organized and can manage time well
a close working relationship with other related services. Applicants will require a BSW degree with two Minimum 3 years experience working in a 4 or 5 star hotel or Experience:
(2) years of child welfare experience, preferably in First Nations child and family services. An equivalent cruise ship. Must have kitchen experience in a busy hotel, fine dining or busy
chain restaurants. A Food Safety Certificate is required.
combination of training and experience may be considered; must have working knowledge of the CFS
Act and a commitment to First Nations child and family services, community based planning and service
Starting wage for these positions is $14/hour. Affordable staff housing is available, if needed. Interested
delivery; Knowledge of and appreciation for Ojibway culture and aspirations are essential. The ability to speak applicants can send their resume to chris.phillips@elkhornresort.mb.ca. Please indicate the position you are
applying for.
Ojibway will be considered a definite asset; Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, both orally
and in writing; must have demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and within a multi-disciplinary #3 Mooswa Drive East, Onanole, Manitoba | www.elkhornresort.mb.ca
approach and have good organizational skills. Applicant must be able to respond to completing deadlines in
a fast paced environment. Computer training and or knowledge of Microsoft Office and familiarity with the
Structured Decision Making Assessment Tools, Intake & CFSIS is essential.
invites applications for the position of
Urban Services Child & Family Services Worker CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES WORKER
Reporting to the Urban Services CFS Supervisor, the worker will be responsible to work as part of a team in Thank you to everyone
Rolling River First Nation for the loaned equipment,
delivering a full range of child and family services with emphasis on prevention and resource services as a
WRCFS is a mandated First Nations child and family services Agency responsible calls, emails, cards, visits,
frontline approach. Duties will include; the provision of a full range of statutory child welfare services that
to provide a full range of services, including statutory services, voluntary services and flowers and food. It was all
involves child protection; court work; case management; intake; on-call; advocacy; special needs, age of prevention services to the children and families of its nine First Nations, residing on and very much appreciated and
majority and the application of the Structured Decision Making Assessment tools when working with off reserve. The purpose of the programs of WRCFS is to sustain, support, and enhance made the time pass by more
families. Applicants will require a BSW degree with two (2) years of child welfare experience, preferably family and community life. Reporting to the Community Based Team Supervisor, the quickly. Jean Garbolinsky
in First Nations child and family services. An equivalent combination of training and experience may be worker will be responsible to work as part of a team in delivering a full range of child and
considered; must have working knowledge of the CFS Act and a commitment to First Nations child and family services utilizing a community based model of service delivery, with emphasis on To all my friends from
prevention and resource services as a frontline approach. whom I received good wish-
family services, community based planning and service delivery; Knowledge of and appreciation for Ojibway
culture and aspirations are essential. The ability to speak Ojibway will be considered a definite asset; DUTIES INCLUDE: es, cards, goodies and vis-
• Ensure a working knowledge of CFS legislation, regulations, standards and its when I was ill and in the
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; must have demonstrated WRCFS policy and procedures hospital. My heartfelt thanks.
ability to work as part of a team and within a multi-disciplinary approach and have good organizational • To operate within the mandate, understanding the role of a mandated worker May your days be touched by
skills. Applicant must be able to respond to completing deadlines in a fast paced environment. Computer • Complete the Structured Decision Making as required life’s mystery and magic and
training and or knowledge of Microsoft Office and familiarity with the Structured Decision Making • Provide Intake services using the Intake Module (IM) may you discover new beauty
Assessment Tools, Intake & CFSIS is essential. • Provide direct service; Placement
each day of the year. With all
• Ensure there is development of relevant community resources of an ongoing
my love Audrah. X
Court Administrative Support Clerk nature and networks effectively with the existing resources
Reporting to the Administration Manager the individual will be responsible for providing general • Ensure culturally appropriate services
• Make referrals to appropriate resources based on family assessments Our family wishes to ex-
administrative support and court clerk duties at the WRCFS office located in Winnipeg. Duties will include tend a sincere thank you to
• Complete necessary administrative duties
but are not limited to the following; preparing court documents, maintaining files, database entry, • Establishment of good working relationships with other community services and everyone from near and far
collection of statistics, typing, photocopying and reception relief. Minimum Grade 12 high school education resources for the kindness and com-
or an acceptable equivalent combination of education & training, Knowledge and appreciation for First • Provision of a full range of statutory child welfare services passion shown in the way of
Nations culture and aspirations are essential, must be able to communicate effectively, orally & in writing, • Provision of individual and family counseling words, gifts of flowers, food,
must have computer training and/or knowledge of Microsoft office. Excellent administrative and QUALIFICATIONS: cards, visits, prayers and mes-
• BSW with at least two years related experience preferably in First Nations Child sages of condolences, phone
organizational skills, must be able to work as part of a team and be a team player in a fast paced environment
& Family Services. An equivalent combination of training and experience will calls, charitable donations
as well as working independently. following the passing of hus-
be considered.
Salary: Commensurate with experience and training and according to Provincial pay scale. • Must have a commitment to First Nations Child & Family Services, community band, father and grandfa-
WRCFS offers a supportive, progressive and innovative work environment, competitive salaries, a great based planning & service delivery. ther Stan Firby. Thank you to
• Knowledge of and appreciation for Ojibway culture and aspirations are essential. the EMS staff, Dr. Onyshko
benefits package, and training opportunities. The successful applicant must provide WRCFS with a current • The ability to speak Ojibway will be considered a definite asset. and staff of both Minnedosa
Criminal Record check that includes a Vulnerable Sector Search, Child Abuse Registry check, Prior Contact • Must have demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and within a Health Centre and Minnedo-
check and Driver’s Abstract prior to commencement of employment. Travel is required. A valid driver’s license multi-disciplinary approach. sa Care Home during his
and access to means of reliable transportation for work is a condition of employment. • Must have computer training and/or knowledge of Microsoft Office short stay and Dr. Khandelwal
• Be familiar with the Structured Decision Making assessment tools, Intake & CFSIS
Please submit resumes with covering letter indicating desired position to: for care given over the past
is essential.
years. Thank you to Pastor Jeff
Verna McIvor, BSW, MSW, RSW The successful applicant must provide WRCFS with a current Criminal Record Check that Loewen for his meaningful
Director of Urban Services includes a Vulnerable Sector Search, Child Abuse Registry Check, Prior contact check and service, organist Shirley Dyck,
West Region Child & Family Services, Inc. Driver’s Abstract prior to the commencement of employment. Travel is required. A valid soloist Barry McNabb, the
255 Sherbrook St. driver’s license and access to means of reliable transportation for work is a condition of covenant ladies for the lovely
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 2B8 employment.
lunch, Doug Proven for snow
Fax: (204) 985-4079 SALARY: Commensurate with experience and training and according to Provincial pay removal at the cemetery and
scale. the girls who looked after the
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS: Wednesday, February 27, 2019 noon lunch. To Nathan and
Please submit resumes and a cover letter to; Esther Beaulieu, BSW, RSW
We thank all who apply, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Community Based Team Supervisor staff for the care and profes-
West Region Child & Family Services, Inc. sionalism. Zelda Firby and
Box 280 family. x
ERICKSON, Manitoba R0J 0P0 Fax: (204) 636-6158
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS: Wednesday, February 27, 2019
We thank all who apply, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
14 Friday, February 22, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Denture Tablets in the Toilet hot water and one cup of ful’s onto a baking sheet
washing soda. Let oven covered with parchment
Solutions and racks soak overnight and, paper. Bake 11 to 13 min-
Substitutions in the morning, (while
wearing gloves) rinse the
utes. Cool and enjoy.

By racks and wipe with vin- Vacuuming Tips That

REENA NERBAS egar. Clean as a whistle!
Note: Do not leave water
Don’t Suck

in the tub if small children The following is a list

live in the home. of areas that many people
Dear Reena, Dear Reena, neglect to vacuum regular-
I baked a cheesecake I want to share with Dear Reena, ly: Inside drawers, blinds/
for friends last weekend; you a handy tip to remove Can you please pro- curtains, ceiling fans,
I thought the cake was orange coloured stain vide me with a recipe for brooms, under furniture,
In loving memory of In Loving Memory of
our dear mother, KRISTINE JACOBSON
thoroughly baked because from the toilet bowl, due ‘Chocolate Chip Cookies’ mattresses and furniture
grandma and great grandma February 22nd, 2009 the sides were solid, and to iron in well water. Drop in a jar? Alice cushions, accent cush-
IDA ANNE ANDREYCHUK the middle jiggled a little. a couple of denture tablets ions,  computer keyboard,
July 6th, 1936- The world changes I iced the cake and placed in the bowl in the evening Dear Alice, clocks and window sills.
February 25th, 2018 year to year, it in the fridge. Hours later, and by morning the bowl You will need a large Vacuuming in all dir-
And friends from day to day. I sliced the cake and was should be clean. Repeat if one-quart jar. Combine: ections helps lift carpet
Today, brings back memories But never will the one I love, mortified when I saw the needed. Also, do you have two cups flour, one tea- fibers and increases the
of a sad and bitter blow, From memory pass away. inside was liquid. What a home remedy for clean-
that was cast upon our spoon baking soda, half amount of dirt and dust
is the best way to check a ing an oven? Reynold teaspoon salt. Into the jar sucked up by vacuums.
family, one year ago. Love husband Calvin,
All along life’s winding roads, Glenn, Janna, Tyler and
homemade cheesecake for layer half-cup brown sug- Dust before you vac-
there are many families. doneness? B. Dear Reynold, ar, followed by half-cup uum. This reduces the
curves and bends, x For people who do not white sugar and then an- amount of dust that flows
we cannot see before us, Dear B., own a self-cleaning oven, other half-cup brown sug- into the air, and lands on
nor do we know when it ends. In Loving Memory of While the jiggle meth- the oven mess does not ar, and then add one cup the floor.
To some you may be forgotten, NICHOLAS MELNYK od is a popular indicator have to become a dreaded chocolate chips. The last Empty your vacuum
to others part of the past, February 21st, 2018 for whether a cheesecake chore. The world’s easiest layer is the flour mixture. canister regularly. Waiting
but to those who loved is thoroughly baked, it isn’t way to clean an oven is to
and lost you, He Only Takes The Best Close the jar and attach a until the canister is almost
foolproof. Consider pur- sprinkle the bottom of the note with the instructions. full reduces suction from
your memory will always last. A heart of gold
If all the world were stopped beating,
chasing a cooking therm- oven with baking soda. Preheat the oven to 350 the vacuum, resulting in a
ours to give, Two shining eyes at rest. ometer; gently insert it Pour white vinegar over degrees. Empty cookie mix less effective clean.
we’d give it – yes and more, God broke our hearts into the cake. When the the baking soda, let bubble into a large mixing bowl. Sprinkle the carpet
to see your loving smile again to prove to us temperature reads 150-155 and soak for 30 minutes. Add two eggs, one tea- with a light drizzle of bak-
and greet you at our door. He only takes the best. degrees, the cake is ready. Wipe and rinse with water. spoon vanilla and one cup ing soda to help absorb
How oft there comes before us, God knows you In the meantime, put an margarine or butter, stir some of the day-to-day
your dear face kind and true, had to leave us, old towel on the bottom to combine. Drop spoon- odours.
for death can never take away, but you didn’t go alone, of your bathtub, fill it with
all our love and for a part of us went with you,
memories of you. the day He took you home.
Bridge Results
Drum up some
To some you are forgotten,
Always in our hearts and to others, just part of the past, February 14th
thoughts, but to those who loved and

action with
we miss you. Larry, Glenda, lost you, 1st - Lois Campbell /
Mark and Families. Carol Lonsdale
Your memory will always last. 2nd - Albert Parsons /
In Loving Memory of Shirley and family. John Cullen

an ad in
LORNE RUFF x 3rd - Mel Harvey / Wilf Taylor
1930 – 2018 4th - Doug Thiessen /
Boyd Grant
A year has passed so quickly.
Still in our hearts today
and always

Sadly missed by wife Gladys

and family.


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204-867-3121 867-2416
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