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The Minnedosa

Since 1883
Volume 137 Issue 2 Friday, March 22, 2019 www.minnedosatribune.com 90 cents plus tax

INSIDE Honouring Fire Chief McVey


T he Minnedosa Fire
Fighters held their
24th annual antique snow-
mobile poker derby last
month. On Tuesday night,
proceeds from this event

Chancellors were presented to the fam-

ily of former Minnedosa
Fire Chief, Bill McVey, who
Consolation passed away February 14th
at the age of 65.
Champs A long-time com-

munity volunteer, former
Minnedosa Bomber and
Town of Minnedosa em-
ployee, Bill dedicated 34
years of his life as a fire-
fighter with the Minnedosa
Fire Department. Follow-
ing the retirement of Fire
Chief Mel Mummery in
late 1985, Bill was appoint-
ed as the local Fire Chief,
a position he proudly held
until 2003 when he handed

Skating Show the Chief’s helmet over to

Dallas Brykaliuk.
Photo by Karen Mitchell

Following Bill’s pass- Back Row (L-R): Matt Saler, Johnnie Brown, Jodi McVey,
ing, tributes poured in Chad McVey, Laurie McVey and Jason Cooper.
from those who knew and Front Row: Blake Lewandoski and Liam McVey.
respected the former Fire
Chief. One of the messages in choosing a career in the McVey family has decided Kowal and third ($365) to
posted to the Fire Depart- fire service.” to donate the money to Troy Thompson. The der-
Running on ment’s facebook page The February 24th the Minnedosa District by’s 50/50 winner was Liz
Empty? summed it up very well, Fire Fighters fundrais- Foundation in Bill’s name, Burton who won $500 and
Print jobs can take up to “Bill was a mentor to many ing poker derby saw ap- so others in the commu- the draw for the antique
2-3 weeks to complete. proximately 230 riders nity can benefit from it. Bill snowmobile, a 1974 Po-
on the department, a few
Fill up before you run out!
of whom continue to serve this year. The derby raised gave back so much to his laris Colt 340SS was won
Minnedosa Tribune today. He left his mark on $500 which the fire depart- community throughout his by Jaxson Sparrow-Brown.
adsales@minnedosatribune.com the department and com- ment matched dollar-for- life, he will now continue An upcoming fund-
munity as a whole and is dollar for a total of $1,000. to give back through mon- raiser for the Minnedosa
and will always be greatly Members of the Fire De- etary support through the Fire Department will be its
missed.” partment presented these Minnedosa Foundation. third annual Trivia Night at
Current Fire Chief, proceeds to Bill’s wife, During the poker der- the Ukrainian Hall on April File photo
Dean Jordan, commented, Laurie, daughter Jodi, son by, 367 hands were sold 6th. Anyone interested in
Bill McVey recieved
“Fire Chief McVey was an Chad and grandchildren with first prize of $915 go- entering a team can call
intergral part of the de- Blake and Liam at the Fire ing to Neil Jakubowski, Firefighter Marty Moyer at a Fire Department
partment. He guided many Hall Tuesday night. The second ($550) to Matt 204-868-5381. Service Medal in 2017.

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2 Friday, March 22, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

CancerCare Manitoba Assisting Patients and Families

By KAREN MITCHELL orders. CCMB provides rectly with you to provide research and education. The Canadian Cancer people access to care clos-
clinical services to both health services and sup- All services and programs Society coordinates a Driv- er to home.

F or many, just hear-

ing the word “cancer”
is a fearful and unknown
children and adults. The
cancer services the orga-
nization provides to Mani-
port and others will help
you and your family deal
with the physical and emo-
are offered at no cost to
you and your family.”
Once cancer treat-
er Program that matches
volunteer drivers with am-
bulatory patients who are
Published in 2016,
CancerCare Manitoba’s
five-year plan “Delivering
thing. For anyone who has tobans include prevention, tional impact of cancer or ments end, patients can receiving treatment and Excellence” was released.
fought the battle in the early detection, multidisci- work behind the scenes to often experience a mix of require rides to get to ap- The plan is “to provide
past, currently fighting or plinary cancer treatment, ensure you receive high- emotions. There is a sense pointments. A user fee is the best cancer services
had a family member fight, supportive and end-of-life quality care and support. of relief, yet also worry charged, however is not to our patients amid ever-
please know you are not care. CCMB is also respon- The organizations about whether there will available in all locations. increasing challenges.”
alone. sible for radiation protec- mission is to “reduce and, be a reoccurrence and Within the Prairie Statistics reveal that
According to the Can- tion throughout the prov- where possible, eliminate concerns about the impact Mountain Health Auxiliary approximately 43,000
cerCare Manitoba web- ince. the burden of cancer on of the experience on their there are seven commu- Manitobans were living
site, “We know finding out CancerCare Manitoba the people of Manitoba everyday lives. CancerCare nity cancer program hubs with cancer in 2015 and
that you have cancer can relies on the ongoing sup- through exemplary pro- Manitoba has supports in located in Swan River, that number is expected to
be an overwhelming and port of Manitoba Health, grams of prevention, di- place for both the physical Dauphin, Russell, Neepa- rise to an estimated 55,000
difficult time in your life. Seniors and Active Liv- agnosis, treatment, reha- and psychological care pa- wa, Hamiota, Brandon by 2025.
To help support you dur- ing and the close work- bilitation, continuing care, tients may need. and Deloraine. This allows

UCT Bingo Supports Daycare Expansion

ing this time, CancerCare ing relationships with Re-
Manitoba offers many pro- gional Health Authorities
grams and services such throughout the province,
as counselling, support to deliver quality cancer
groups, information and services to Manitobans. By KAREN MITCHELL
education programs, nu- The multidisciplinary ap-
trition counselling, speech
language pathology and
proach to patient care at-
tracts experts in medical,
radiation and surgical on-
O n Tuesday, March
12th the Minnedosa
United Commercial Trav-
CancerCare Manitoba cology, hematology, scien- elers (UCT) presented the
(CCMB) is the provin- tists, nursing staff and oth- last of the donations with
cially mandated cancer er dedicated health-care money raised through
agency responsible for professionals. Each team their regular bingo nights.
setting strategic priorities member plays a special A donation in the
and long-term planning role. Some of your team amount of $500 was donat-
for cancer and blood dis- members will work di- ed to the Minnedosa Com-
munity Child Care Co-op
towards their expansion
project. The organization
had applied to the UCT
for financial assistance
earlier in the year. Kelsey
Willis accepted the dona-
Spring intake for Minnedosa Rec tion from Minnedosa UCT
Commission Sports Dinner Grant President, Audrey Street.
The support of the reg- Photo submitted
applications is now underway until
ular UCT Bingo players al-
April 11th, 2019. low donations like this one Kelsey Willis of the Daycare Expansion committee accepts a donation
Applications can be found online at to occur. from Minnedoa UCT President, Audrey Street
minnedosarecreation.com or by stopping
by the Rec Commission Office
Applications accepted by:
Fax | 204-867-3171
Email | minrec@mts.net
Mail | Box 1259
Minnedosa, MB
R0J 1E0
In Person | 39C Main Street S, Minnedosa

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TCS Dino-Mite Book Town Council Supports

Fair Raises $6,900 Water Park Proposal
By DARRYL HOLYK As members of coun- sions and a decision were
cil, feel that the Town’s made regarding the tender

M innedosa Town
Council met for its
regular March meeting on
crow control program is
beneficial in reducing the
number of crows and other
for repairs to the Pavilion
deck. Only one quote was
received for the Request
the evening of Tuesday, nuisance birds in the com- for Tenders. The quote,
March 12th in Council munity, the program was from Copperwood Enter-
Chambers. Mayor Skatch authorized to continue prise of Minnedosa, in the
presided with all council- for 2019. Council also au- amount of $18,010 was ac-
lors in attendance. thorized the program’s cepted by council.
The meeting opened designated volunteers to Following an In Cam-
with a presentation from discharge firearms within era session in which the re-
Ray Frey and Colleen the legal boundaries of the cent business proposal for
Cuvelier from the Little Town to control the popu- a splash park on Minne-
Saskatchewan River Con- lation of birds deemed to dosa Lake was discussed,
Photo by Karen Mitchell
servation District. The two be a nuisance of commun- Council passed a resolu-
By KAREN MITCHELL doesn’t return cash money, but instead updated Council on pro- ity health hazard. tion to provide a letter of
we get our “rewards” from Scholastic jects from 2018 and a basic Mayor Skatch and support to the owner of

R unning five days from Monday,

March 11th to Friday, March 15th,
Tanner’s Crossing School saw the return
Canada in books and educational prod-
ucts that go directly back to the school,”
explained Jody-Lynn Boyd, TCS Book
outline of plans for 2019.
A great deal of the discus-
CAO Marzoff were author-
ized to attend the Mayor’s,
Splish Splash Water Park,
Gerry Champagne, re-
sion revolved around the Reeve’s and CAO’s meet- garding securing approval
of its annual book fair. Hosted on by the Fair organizer. “The teachers at TCS upcoming amalgamation ing in Winnipeg on March from Manitoba Infrastruc-
TCS Parent Advisory Council (PAC), are able to pick books and educational of Conservations Dis- 18th. Members of Council, ture and Transportation
with support from the TCS staff and vol- products for their classrooms from the tricts which will see Little CAO Marzoff and ACAO for the placement of this
unteers, the Scholastic Canada sale was fair itself or from the Scholastic cata- Saskatchewan amalgam- Yuen were authorized to structure at Minnedosa
a huge success. This year’s theme was logs.  The TCS library is also able to pick ate with the Upper As- attend the Municipal Offi- Lake. The resolution also
“Dino-Mite – Stomp, Chomp and Read!” books from the fair. Over the years our siniboine and Lake of the cials Seminar in Winnipeg read that upon approval
The event was open during the day Book Fair has put thousands of dollars Prairies Conservation Dis- on March 19th and 20th. from MIT, an agreement
throughout the week and on Thursday in books back into the hands of students tricts. Watch for a feature Due to a conflict of in- will be entered into be-
evening as an opportunity for parents at TCS.  The teachers also make up “wish story on the amalgamation terest, Councillor Saler left tween Champagne and the
who attending parent-teacher inter- lists” with the kids in their class, these in an upcoming Tribune. the meeting while discus- Town.
views to do some after-hours shopping. are posted during the fair and anyone
The Book Fair was open to anyone who who wants to is able to make purchases
wished to come, including students, for the classroom of their choice and
parents, teachers and community donate books to them.”
members. It is definitely a huge bonus The Book Fair is already booked to
to anyone looking for gifts or that one run during the same parent/teacher in-
special book that might just be the spark terview week in 2020 if anyone is looking
someone needs to set off a lifetime of lit- to plan ahead and mark their calendars!
erary love. The Parent Advisory Council is grateful
Sales for the Book Fair increase to all who came out and supported this
slightly every year, and this year the great event, allowing our children and
event raised $6,900. “Unlike many fund- teachers access to the newest and great-
raisers this one is different in that it est books.


Gwen Usick

Prairie Mountain


The Minnedosa

Since 1883
4 Friday, March 22, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Around PST Cut a Victory For Taxpayers

By Todd MacKay The government projects the province’s debt will
canadian Taxpayers Federation rise from $25.2 billion to $26.1 billion. The operational
deficit is part of that. But borrowing for infrastructure

By Darryl Holyk S ometimes it’s hard for taxpayers to imagine any-

thing will change, but Premier Brian Pallister’s PST
cut proves the people have a powerful voice.
makes up most of that money. And, while govern-
ments like to differentiate between types of borrow-
ing, it all increases the debt. It doesn’t matter if you
Before diving into the details, let’s remember how use your credit card to buy groceries or a new snow-
far we’ve come. Former premier Greg Selinger prom- blower – you still have to pay the bill and the interest.
It’s Spring… ised not to raise the PST, but broke that promise. Man- That increasing debt leads to increasing interest
Wednesday, March 20th marked the official first itobans were incensed. Legislative committee meet- costs. This year, the province will pay $1.1 billion to
day of Spring. After a fairly cold, harsh winter, the recent ings that are typically sleep-inducing were suddenly cover interest charges on the debt. To put that number
warmer spring-like temperatures have certainly been flooded with angry taxpayers. into perspective, the Winnipeg School Division’s en-
a welcome change! With the change in weather, we re- Voters registered their anger at the ballot box tire annual budget is about $416 million. That means
ceived a note from a reader asking us to remind drivers to where they booted Selinger and backed Pallister’s Manitobans are sending two and a half times more
be extra alert and aware out on the streets… more people promise to cut the PST. But, since becoming premier, money to bond fund managers on Bay Street and Wall
are out and about walking, riding bicycles or motorized Pallister’s top priority has been to get the province’s Street than they send to schools in Winnipeg.
scooters. runaway deficit under control. Throughout all of this, Lowering taxes and shrinking deficits leave gov-
Manitoba taxpayers paid about $300 million every ernments open to accusations of cuts. It’s true that
Take a break… year because of the PST hike. Until now.
In this year’s budget, Finance Minister Scott Field-
things are tight. However, it’s also true that the Mani-
toba government’s overall spending is going up – not
Staff and students in Rolling River School Division ing is cutting the PST from eight per cent to seven per down – this year. We also know that money simply
will wrap up classes today and then enjoy a one-week cent, effective July 1st. That one-point change is huge. can’t solve every problem.
Spring Break. There will be no classes March 25th to 29th The government projects the move will save Mani- Manitoba has the second highest per-person
and school activity will return to normal on Monday, tobans $325 million every year. More concretely, the health spending among the provinces, at $7,354 – high-
April 1st. government estimates the average Manitoba family er than Saskatchewan at $6,931 and Ontario at $6,584,
will save $500 per year. That’s money Manitoba fami- according to the  Canadian Institute of Health Infor-
That’s a wrap.. lies can put into home renovations or retirement sav-
ings. Its money entrepreneurs can use to reinvest in
mation. Manitoba has the second highest per-student
education spending at $14,499 – higher than Ontario
With this week’s Chancellors High School report,
their businesses and hire more workers. It’s tax relief at $13,276 and much higher than British Columbia at
Laura Good “retires” as our volunteer hockey report cor-
that will make Manitoba more competitive. $11,216, according to the Fraser Institute’s analysis of
respondent. Laura has been submitting regular hockey
At the same time, the deficit is shrinking. Last Statistics Canada data. Manitoba needs to continue
reports for a number of years and we thank her for these
year, the government projected an operational defi- finding more efficient ways to deliver services. The
submissions… our readers certainly do enjoy them. Be-
cit of $521 million. This year, even with the PST cut, numbers matter, but remember what this means to
ing a small newspaper with only three employees, we
the government is projecting an operational deficit of Manitoba taxpayers beyond the dollars and cents.
appreciate our numerous volunteer correspondents
$360 million. Reducing the deficit is an important ac- When taxpayers lined up at those committee mi-
who submit news and/or photos to us. Hopefully, a new
complishment that means the Manitoba government crophones to denounce the PST hike, they wondered
volunteer will step up and take on submitting hockey re-
is leaving a smaller bill for future generations. How- whether what they said mattered. Every time they got
ports next season.
ever, the shrinking deficit in the operational budget is hit with that higher PST in the following years, doubts
not the whole story. Balancing the operational bud- fed cynicism about broken political promises. But this
Ring, ring… get just means the government has enough money to year, when Premier Pallister honours his commitment
A Town of Minnedosa Notice in The Tribune 50 years keep the lights on – to cover its annual expenses and to cut the PST, he’ll do more than save Manitobans-
ago this week informs us that the Town Office phone debt payments. money. He’ll prove the people can drive real change.
number was changed to 867-2727 effective March 24th,
1969. That number remains the main contact line for our

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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, March 22, 2019 5

Government is Not Suing

Firefighters or Municipality Ye O l d
Letters to the Trib
Dear Editor, Again, the Govern-
ment of Manitoba is not

R ecent media reports

of a lawsuit against
suing volunteer firefight-

volunteer firefighters and As a resident of a rural
the Town of The Pas by community, and a volun-
the Manitoba govern- teer firefighter myself for
ment have caused concern 15 years, I appreciate the
among firefighters, citi- efforts and sacrifices of our 1889 – Now that we have fine weather, the teachers of
zens and municipalities in nity.  there is no reason for citizens who volunteer to the schools desire the parents co-operation in securing
my constituency.  Manitoba Liquor and MBLL to be included on protect our communities. as regular and as punctual attendance at schools as pos-
The Government of Lotteries (MBLL) was un- the claim. sible.
Manitoba is not suing in- aware of the Statement of To the best of their Greg Nesbitt,
dividual firefighters or the Claim filed with the court.  knowledge, this is a claim MLA Riding Mountain
MBLL received insur- filed by the insurance com-
1899 – The M and N.W. express yesterday did not reach
Town of The Pas regarding
Minnedosa until 15:10 o’clock being detained by snow on
the Town Centre Hotel fire ance payment for their pany that insured MBLL’s
the track.
in that northern commu- losses due to the fire, and losses.

1909 – Work on the new courthouse is expected to re-

A Boost for Municipal Infrastructure Funding sume April 1st.

1919 – The Valley Lumber Company is putting up a large

SUBMITTED $37,000. The population Infrastructure Program or new funding, the infra- frame building to be used by its business.
threshold between 2,000 to apply them towards proj- structure needs of munici-
1939 – It was learned Monday that RCMP radio cruiser
T he Manitoba govern-
ment will be distrib-
uting an additional $10
5,000 will see a maximum
grant level of $61,500.
This maximum amount
ects funded under the fed-
eral Gas Tax Fund.
“Ensuring that mu-
palities will be supported
through provincial and
federal funding through
cars may patrol highways here.

million in unconditional increases to $138,500 for nicipalities receive pre- the Investing in Canada 1959 – The annual Minnedosa Credit Union meeting
operating funding to ru- municipalities with a pop- dictable, stable funding Infrastructure Program, came to a close after midnight Tuesday with consider-
ral municipalities as part ulation between 5,001 to has been a priority for our an additional $2 million able unfinished business. The meeting was held up while
of Budget 2019 to support 10,000. For larger munici- government,” said Whar- invested in the Manitoba it waited for the required ten percent of members to ap-
their critical infrastructure palities, with a population ton. “The increase to the Water Services Board bud- pear to form a quorum.
needs, such as fixing roads 10,001 or greater, the maxi- municipal baskets will al- get for municipal water
and bridges, Municipal Re- mum grant level has been low municipalities to effi- and sewer infrastructure, 1969 – Town Council approved a salary increase for
lations Minister Jeff Whar- set at $246,000. ciently plan for future in- and   the provincial sales Town employees. The basic labour rate was increased
ton announced this week. “The AMM appreciates frastructure projects while tax decrease, estimated to from $1.35 to $1.60 while monthly salaried employees
“The increase to the the Province of Manitoba also maximizing their time save municipalities out- were given a six percent increase which will mean a $20
municipal baskets demon- listening to the concerns during construction sea- side of Winnipeg $1.3 mil- to $60 boost depending on qualifications.
strates continued efforts by raised by our members sons.” lion per year.
our government to further about the importance of In addition to this 1979 – The Village of Erickson has acquired the services
streamline grant funding investing in municipal of another doctor. Dr. Paul Rieben will join Dr. Khandel-
provided to municipali- roads and bridges,” said wal, who has been the only physician in the district for
ties,” said Wharton. “This Ralph Groening, president, several years.
additional funding reduc- the Association of Manito-
es red tape and enhances ba Municipalities (AMM).
the flexibility given to lo- “This funding is totally 1989 – Beth Kane and Judy Boyd announce a 10th anni-
cal governments on how unconditional which pro- versary sale for The Fashion House. Sale specials include
to best invest provincial vides greater flexibility and 10 to 20 percent off merchandise.
funding for important mu- more ‘fair say’ for Manito-
nicipal services and local ba municipalities.” 1999 – Town Council has given final approval that the
priorities, including road Funding added to the Cadurcis Home, located at the Heritage Village, will re-
infrastructure.” municipal operating bas- ceive a Municipal Heritage Site designation. Other herit-
Basket funding was es- ket is predictable and sta- age designations include The Castle, Civic Centre and In
tablished in 2017 as a sim- ble. Municipalities no lon- The Wind Manor.
plified approach to pro- ger have to apply for this
vide municipalities with funding for annual road 2009 – During the Chamber of Commerce Awards
a fair say in how dollars work, reducing adminis- Luncheon, Husky Energy was honoured as Business of
are invested. The minister tration and red tape for the Year while Doug Laws was recognized with a Lifetime
noted it ensures strategic local government, while Achievement Award for his hard work as a community
outcomes and maximizes ensuring communities can volunteer.
value for money while al- plan ahead and have ac-

lowing municipalities to cess to the resources need-
invest in their own prior- ed.
ity projects, such as road The enhanced support
renewal or bridge reha- for municipalities is un-
bilitation. The additional conditional and comple- The Rolling River Festival of the Arts provides a venue for Rubber or
$10 million will be allo- mentary to federal fund- student performance and adjudication in piano, speech arts,
cated based on population ing, which means these visual arts, band, instrumental, vocal, choral and dance Self-inking
thresholds and all local funds are stackable. For annually. The Minnedosa & District Foundation is pleased

The Minnedosa
governments will receive example, this will allow to once again grant funds to this worthy cause
an equitable share. municipalities to use the in the amount of $500. Since 1883

Municipalities with a funds as their contribution

population less than 2,000 to access provincial and For more info or to make a donation to the Foundation go to
are eligible for grant fund- federal funding through www.minnedosafoundation.com.
ing up to a maximum of the Investing in Canada 204-867-3816
6 Friday, March 22, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Local Legion Supports Legion

St. Paddy’s Day Dancing
Air Cadets Program
#138 Report

T he regular meeting of
the Royal Canadian
Legion Auxiliary #139 was
held on March 4th. Presi-
dent Laming presided with
seven members and one
guest present.
S e r g e a n t- a t-A r m s,
Dot Schumacher escorted
Wendy Jarema to the front
for initiation and was wel-
comed to the Auxiliary.
Notes of thanks were
received from the Rolling
River Festival of the Arts
Photo by submitted
and Our Daily Bread Soup
Kitchen for donations. On Friday, March 15th, residents of the Minnedosa PCH along with family
Correspondence and and friends celebrated St. Paddy’s Day in style.  Pub beverages and snacks
applications were received
were enjoyed while listening to wonderful entertainment provided by
from the Royal Canadian
Photo submitted Rod and Evelyn Lewandoski and even included a few Irish songs!
Legion Athletic Camp and
Comrade Jim Clark from the Canadian will be distributed.
Legion Branch #138 appeared in Neepawa
recently to deliver a cheque in the amount of
The District meeting
was be held March 16th
Cadurcis News Bridge Club
$1,000 in support of the Neepawa Air Cadets.
The Neepawa Air Cadets include members
in Elkhorn. Those attend-
ing were Dot Schumach- Results
er, Janis Wahoski, Mary By DorEEn TroTT
from Minnedosa and area. March 14th
Slashinsky, Lorrie Laming
and Ruth Hutton. Some
members will be attending
a food safe course being
J im and Nancy Greer visited with Robert and Natasha
Greer and Christine and Hunter Greer in Brandon last
 1st - Mel Harvey /
Wilf Taylor
offered in Neepawa next Sunday visitors with Clayton and Margaret Wareham  2nd - Evelyn Neufeld /
month. were Terry and Colleen Woychyshyn and family and Ste- Jean Garbolinsky
Mid-West Weed District The auxiliary has been ven and Cheryl Olive and family and Dean and Teresa  3rd - Albert Parsons /
PUBLIC NOTICE asked to assist with a birth- Wareham. John Cullen
Public notice is hereby given that the Mid-West weed district day party celebration in Eva Graham of Brandon visited on Sunday with Mu-  4th - Norm Peterson /
intends to conduct the following pesticide programs during 2019. May. riel McManus. Bob Manns
1. To control noxious weeds on right's-of-ways within the Further plans were

Seniors Bowling Results

Municipalities of Hamiota, Oakview and Riverdale including all discussed regarding the
villages and towns within. The projected dates of application will auxiliary’s 80th anniver-
be from May 1st to October 31st, 2019. sary event.
The herbicides that may be used include: SUBMITTED age, Garry MacDowall +46. house 243,152,253; Betty
• 2,4-D amine 600 Other good games: Ann Bertrand 235; Doug
• 2,4-D LV Ester 700
• Vp 480/Glyphosate
• Trillion
B owlers of the week:
Hazel Stonehouse
+243, +100 pins over aver-
Ava Harris 153, 131; Garry
MacDowall 171; Rosemary
Hamilton 185, 224; Jim
Pettigrew 222; Ray Criddle
201; Donna MacDonald
115, 102; Vivian Cullen
• Par III Clark 180; Hazel Stone- 165, 196.
• Tordon 22K
• Banvel vm
• Garlon XRT
• Navius
• Truvist
• Esplanade Create Your
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• Instrata IIA
• Heritage Maxx We pride ourselves
• Heritage on creating custom,

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personalized designs
that will bring your Lottery License
• Daconil Ultrex kitchen to life, while
providing a hands Financial Report for 2018
2. To control grasshoppers. on approach to
The projected dates of application for this will be from April 1st, every project, large
or small. From the
As per the Liquor, Gaming and Cannibis
2019 to October 31st, 2019. design process, to Authority of Manitoba.
The insecticides that may be used include: material selection,
delivery and install,
• Eco Bran (carbaryl) we take care of License fees received in 2018: $424.50
every last detail.
The public may send written submissions or objections to specific
control programs within 15 days of the publication of the notice to Raffle Licenses issued in 2018: 24
the department below: Total Prizes awarded in 2018: $27,768.22
Kitchen Design & Renovations Stop in and see us at
Environmental Approvals Branch A full listing of Lottery Licenses issued is
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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, March 22, 2019 7

Reena’s Tips and Helpful Hints

Dear Reena, a variety of dry cleaners to Dear Evangeline, with Kitchen Secrets). If painted. Other options in label to make sure that
Is there any way to locate a company experi- Begin by determining the stain remains, hide touching up stipple are to the cleaner is appropriate
clean cat urine off a silk du- enced with caring for silk if the stipple has previ- it by using shellac before sponge on color-matched for your particular item.
vet? I understand silk du- duvets. ously been painted. If the painting. The shellac will grout or Stipple Fix, which Another option is to soak
vets are NOT to be washed stipple was painted with seal the stain and prevent comes in a small container the area in bleach and
or dry cleaned.. Janet Hi Reena, an oil-based paint, paint the stain from bleeding and is available at hard- scrub with an abrasive
Do you have any sug- over the oil with latex or through. Or paint with an ware stores. cloth. Rinse with water.
Dear Janet, gestions for removing wa- oil. If the ceiling was nev- oil-based stipple paint, to Extra Tip:  If you have
It is true that high ter stains on a stipple ceil- er painted, spray it with harden the surface mak- Dear Reena, bleach smell on your fin-
heat and domestic wash- ing without making it too the following all-purpose ing it easy to wipe. Keep Please tell me how to gers, soak them in lemon
ing machines can damage noticeable? With all the cleaner recipe: two cups in mind that once stipple whiten plastic that has yel- juice or vinegar to remove
the beautiful and strong snow this year, melting rubbing alcohol, half a is painted, it is extremely lowed. Marie the odor. Wash hands as
properties of silk fibers. and freezing it has found cup household ammonia, difficult to remove if you usual.
For this reason, it is im- a weak spot and moisture one teaspoon Dawn dish ever do decide to scrape Dear Marie,
portant to refer to the care is coming into the ceiling. soap and enough water to it. Touching up stipple on While there are plas-
label instructions. If the in- Any suggestions would be fill the bottle. Spray, wipe ceilings can be difficult tic whitening products
structions direct you to dry greatly appreciated. Evan- and rinse (taken from to color match, often the on the market, you want
clean the product, contact geline Household Solutions 2 entire surface must be re- to be careful and read the

*We accept Visa, Master Card & debit card purchases

Sale Dates: *We sell lottery tickets
*We deliver within town limits Monday - Friday at 4:00 p.m
($2 charge - $10 minimum order)
MARCH 22ND - MARCH 28TH * Try one of our delicious BBQ chickens!
* We sell fruit, veggie & meat trays and fruit baskets
*Senior’s Discount every Friday (65 & up) (STARTS FRIDAY 9:00 A.M. - ENDS THURSDAY 9:00 P.M.) (24 hours notice is appreciated)
*We sell R.O. water

Campbell RTE assorted ........................... 540ml ...... $1.99 PC™
baby brussel sprouts/broccoli florets...........................500g ............. $2.99
Hungry Man meat dinners assorted ............................. 360-455g ............. $3.79
PC™ Splendido olive oil extra virgin ......... 1lt ...... $9.49 Pilsbury pizza pops assorted......................400g ...... $2.79
Barilla spaghetti/capellini ......................................................454g ...............$1.25 Nestle/Drumstick assorted ice cream ................................... 1.5lt ............. $4.99
Nature Valley bars assorted ....................................................230g ...............$2.49 McCain straight cut ................................................................900g ............. $2.49
Royale BT/Tiger Towels/Scotties Facial Tissues ................... $6.99

Heinz chili sauce................................................................... 455ml ...............$3.79
Bicks pickles dill with garlic/without garlic.............................. 1lt ...............$3.79
NN™ marshmallows assorted ...............................................400g ...............$2.49
La Grille seasoning assorted ...............120-248g ...... $3.99
Nestle pure life ................................................................ 12x500ml ...............$2.49
Quaker corn bran squares/Life/HC cereal ................... 375-560g ...............$3.00 Swiss Chalet chicken,beef pop pie .........................................650g ............. $7.99
NN™ pancake mix old fashioned/syrup ..............................905g ...............$2.29 NN™ cooked ham ...................................................................800g ............. $7.59
Old El Paso salsa,soft taco kit assorted ............................... 650ml ...............$3.49 NN™ wieners ............................................450g ...... $2.49
Pop Tarts assorted ...................................................................400g ...............$2.49 NN™ beef burger .................................................................1.36kg ............. $9.49
Bush Beans baked original .................................................. 398ml ...............$1.69 PC™ shrimp white cooked 31/40 ..........................................400g ............. $8.99
PC™ horseradish/roasted garlic mayo............................... 300ml ...............$2.79 Centre cut pork bone-in .......................................................................... $2.79/lb
Gatorade 6 packs assorted ............................................... 6x591ml ...............$5.49 Whole chicken fresh ................................................................................. $2.99/lb
Fleecy fabric softener sheets original fresh ...........................80sh ...............$4.49 Top sirloin beef steak................................................................................ $5.99/lb
PC™ xmeaty dog food assorted ........................................... 7.2Kg .............$19.99

Friskies canned cat food assorted ..........................................156g ...............$0.79
Red Rose orange pekoe tea .....................................................72ea ...............$4.79
BC Hamburger/Tuna Helper assorted........................... 158-233g ...............$1.99
PC™ BM beans red kidney .................................................. 540ml ...............$1.25
PC™ salad dressing,croutons assorted ............................. 475ml ...............$2.19
Dawn ultra assorted ............................................................. 532ml ...............$2.49 Grapes-Red,Green .................................................................................... $2.49/lb
PC™ coffee West Coast dark ground/Great Canadian. 875-930g .............$10.99 FM Russet potatoes ................................................................ 10lb ............. $3.99
PC™ sweet basil pasta sauce ............................................... 650ml ...............$2.99 Royal Gala apples ..................................................................................... $1.49/lb
PC™ cookies ginger snap/oatmeal ........................................350g ...............$2.79 English cucumber ......................................................................................... $1.79
Ragu original/ground beef .................. 640ml ...... $1.19 FM coloured peppers ................................................................4ct ............. $3.99
Pineapples ...................................................................................................... $3.99
Franks RedHot sauce/Heinz hot & spicy Aioli ................... 354ml ...............$4.00
Lea prn Worcestershire sauce.............................................. 284ml ...............$4.00 Navel oranges .................................................... $1.29/lb
Kraft pizza mix cheese.............................................................850g ...............$5.49 Romaine hearts..........................................................................3pk ............. $2.99
Kool Aid Jammers assorted............................................ 10x180ml ...............$3.00 FM Grape tomato ....................................................................255g ............. $2.29
Kool Aid,Mio water enhancer liquid assorted...................... 48ml ...............$3.49
Robin Hood oats quick/minute................................................1kg ...............$2.49
PC™ crispy rice/corn flakes/froasted flakes ................. 640-680g ...............$2.99
PC™ Artichoke & Asiago dip ..................................................227g ...............$2.99
Becel margarine soft................................................................454g ...............$2.49
NN™ assorted cheese large bars ................700g ...... $8.99


PC™ 100% orange juice ........................................................ 1.75lt ...............$3.49

PC™ baby cho chip cookie dough .........................................468g ...............$2.00

Wonder bread assorted ..........................570g .......$2.49 OPEN 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM, 7 DAYS A WEEK • 70 Main Street South, Minnedosa 867-2821
8 Friday, March 22, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

High School Chancellors Win Consolation Championship

By LAURA GOOD first and the Chancellors no overtime needed this
were down 3-1. The second afternoon as the Chancel-

T he Chancellors were
ready for their final
show down against the
period Luke Parrott found
the back of the net with as-
sists to Bryden McFarlane
lors won the game 4-0 and
claimed the Consolation
Championship final. Liam
Swan Valley Tigers for the and Liam Bachewich to get Jardine played all three
Consolation Champion- within a goal. The boys did of the games in this final
ship. The Chancellors did not have the win in them series and saved his best
not have home ice advan- on this night and lost the performance of the year
tage for the first time in the match 6-2. for the final game ensuring
playoffs as the Tigers fin- Off to Swan River once a Chancellor victory! Con-
ished ahead of them in the again on Sunday, March gratulations Chancellors
regular season standings. 17th for an afternoon on a well-deserved victory
Game One was Tues- Game Three to determine and finish to a great sea-
day, March 12th they load- the victor. The first period son!
ed the bus for the long trek went scoreless. Part way We bid a farewell to
to Swan River for a 7:45 through the second period our graduating players
p.m. game. The Tigers net- Mitch Collyer with assists who with this victory have
ted the first goal of game at Photo submitted to Sam Wilman and Carter concluded their Chancel-
the end of the first period Hedley put the boys on the lor hockey careers, Devon
to take the lead. Early in left in the second Sam Wil- taking the lead, but just 30 the overtime hero as he board first with a power Beatty, Josh Good and Josh
the second period, Sam man scored his third of the seconds later Mitch Col- scored unassisted to give play goal. The Chancellors Kingdon. Good luck next
Wilman scored on a power game with the lone go- lyer with assists to Liam the Chancellors a sudden got a second goal just min- year for all the returning
play with the lone assist ing assist to Mitch Collyer Bachewich and Sam Wil- victory win! utes later Lucas Beatty with Chancellors we wish you
going to Carter Hedley. earning a hattie and tying man scored to end regula- Game Two was Fri- lone assist to Mitch Collyer another successful season.
Only minutes later Sam things up at three goals tion tied at five forcing a day, March 18th as Swan finished the second pe-
Wilman scored again with apiece to end the second ten-minute overtime peri- River made their way to riod up 2-0. The Chancel-
assists to Luke Parrott and period. The Tigers scored od. The first overtime went the Minnedosa arena lors continued their strong A Huge Thank You
Mitch Collyer to give the mid-way through the third. scoreless with chances at which had a huge crowd of play in the third period to head coach
Chancellors their first lead Sam Wilman assisted by both ends of the ice forcing fans. Swan Valley scored with Liam Bachewich net- Dayton Brown,
of the game. This was short Mitch Collyer and Liam a 20-minute dour-on-four first but the Chancellor’s ting the third goal with as-
assistant coaches
lived as the Tigers scored Bachewich answered back overtime, which started a Bryden McFarland with sists going to Mitch Collyer
two goals minutes apart to to keep things tied. With three-on-three as players assists to Josh Kingdon and Sam Wilman. Mitch Ken Morrice and
once again take the lead. only three minutes left, the on each team had a pen- and Konlyn Nemetchek Collyer scored the fourth Dan Johnson and
With just over a minute Tigers once again scored alty. Mitch Collyer was scored to tie it. Swan Val- and final goal with as- manager Tanis
ley would add a couple of sists to Lucas Beatty and Barrett.
more before the end of the Luke Parrott. There was

Minnedosa Grain
Growing Project
in support of
Canadian Foodgrains Bank
Minnedosa Credit Union Information and Fund Raising
Minnedosa United
Church Office Sunday, April 7, 2019
Heritage Co-op Agro Minnedosa Community
Board Members Conference Centre 19034ff0

Glenn - 204-867-3341 Starts at 5:00 p.m. Supper at 6:00 p.m.

Gordon - 204-867-5804
Neil - 204-874-2206
Canadian Foodgrains Bank
Barry - 204-867-0042
John - 204-867-0051 learning tour of Malawi
Ray - 204-867-3303
Mark - 204-874-2118 SPEAKER - KURT BISSON
Candice - 204-868-5578
Silent Auction


The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, March 22, 2019 9

Fraud Prevention: It Pays to Check Your Bank Notes

and easy to check by sight feather that changes from note to one you know is Check two or more se- how to check an older pa-
and touch. gold to green genuine. Look for differ- curity features. per note, ask for a polymer
You can check all your A 3-D maple leaf that ences, not similarities. If you do not know note instead.
polymer notes in the same appears to be raised but is
way—feel, look and flip: actually flat
Feel the smooth, Three maple leaves
unique texture of the note. above the portrait
It is made from a single There are more than
piece of polymer with 2.2 billion genuine notes
some transparent areas. in circulation in Canada.
Feel the raised ink on Bank notes are used in
the large number, the large over 30 per cent of retail
portrait, and the words transactions.
“Bank of Canada” and The Bank of Canada
“Banque du Canada.” works to keep counterfeit
Look for transparency levels low in Canada by
in the large window. strengthening bank note
Look at the detailed security through ongo-
metallic images and sym- ing research and develop-
bols in the large transpar- ment; working with retail-
SUBMITTED ent window. ers to increase bank note
Flip the note to see the verification; working with

D o you know how to

check the security
features of Canada’s poly-
elements inside the large
transparent window re-
peated in the same colours
law enforcement agencies
to promote counterfeit de-
terrence; and ensuring the
mer bank notes, including and detail on the other quality of notes in circula-
the vertical $10 note fea- side. tion.
turing Viola Desmond? If By now you may have Whether you’re the
your answer is no, or you’re seen the new $10 note in clerk or the customer, you
not entirely sure, read on! your cash transactions. can help stop counter-
All of Canada’s poly- Did you know the new bill feit notes from entering
mer notes have leading- includes some enhanced the cash flow. Check your
edge security features, security features com- notes, and you’ll be able
helping us to stay ahead pared with other polymer to detect a counterfeit at a
of counterfeiting threats. notes? glance.
These features are quick A colour-shifting eagle Compare a suspicious
10 Friday, March 22, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune


BY PHONE Call 204-867-3816
Hours to place, correct or cancel ads: McSherry Auction READY Minnedosa Grain  Grow-
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FOR SALE Office space for rent,
p.m. Teams 4-10 people. $10
Repeat ads - Half Price. WANTED TO BUY former Minnedosa Med-
a person, includes lunch.
ical Clinic. 2,200 sq. ft., 8
Classified Display - $9.00/col. inch each insert. (Incl. logo, box & BATTERIES FOR EVERY- offices and reception area. Socializing and music after
bolding, and centering). THING. Automotive, farm, Bungalow in Minnedo- Will renovate to suit needs. games. PRE-REGISTER lim-
construction, ATV, mar- sa. Approximately 1,000 sq. Ideal for daycare centre. Call ited number of tables. Regis-
Happy Snaps: (Birthday, Engagement, Wedding, Birth, &
ine, motorcycle, golf carts, ft., 2+1 bedrooms, 1+1 bath- 780-619-8349, email huyghe ter teams at  ktomlinson968@
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Obituaries: - $6.50 per col. inch. dining room and living room, 867-0918. (52-3) x
puters etc. Reconditioned,
Reach the entire province (50 weekly newspapers) $189.00 obsolete and hard-to-find deck/patio, finished base- ENGAGEMENT
Minnedosa United
Westman and Eastman: $119.00 batteries. SOLAR equipment. ment, furnace, vinyl siding, ANNOUNCEMENT Church Spring Meat Pie Sale.
The Battery Man. Winnipeg. garage, fenced yard, garden.
All Ads plus 5% G.S.T. 204-867-3431 (52-3) x Hamburger or Turkey - $5.00
1.877.775.8271 www.battery-
small / $10.00 large. Delivery
Deadlines man.ca
REAL ESTATE April 4th & 5th. Call Lorna at
Classified advertisements must be submitted no later Caught you looking! 210-2111 to place your order.
than noon Tuesday for insertion in the following Friday’s Reach over 413,000 Mani- (1-3) x
edition. All classified advertisements must be prepaid BEFORE toba readers weekly. Spring
insertion. Minnedosa United
is coming. Book your Spring
Church Pancake Supper. Fri-
The Minnedosa Tribune is not responsible for Announcements, Events,
day, April 5th, 2019 from 5:00
typographical errors published AFTER the first insertion, nor Sales, Employment Opportu-
– 7:00 p.m. Adults $7.00, 12
does it assume responsibility for errors published as a result of nities, Auctions, Wanted Ads,
and under $3.50. All are Wel-
an advertisement placed, changed, or cancelled, by telephone. For Rent, Volunteer Oppor-
come. (2-3) x
To ensure your advertisement appears correctly please submit tunities, etc. People rely on
it in person, by fax, mail, or email. these classifieds to find what ROBYN COMRIE ANTIQUE AND COL-
they need. Catch them look- House for sale – 179 –
ing at your material in our 48 3rd Ave. S.W. Three bedroom
JONATHON KOWAL, event! Largest of the season.
(two up, one down), 1 bath,
AUCTIONS Weekly Community News-
papers. Call this newspaper 768 sq. ft. bungalow. Well
along with their families, Over 220 tables! Friday, April
are pleased to announce 5th, 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. and Satur-
NOW or email classified@ maintained. Detached gar-
their engagement and up- day, April 6th, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.,
FABRICATION FACILITY mcna.com for details. MCNA age, fenced yard and storage
Meyers Auction coming wedding on $7 per person. Assiniboia
– Battleford, SK. Ritchie Bros. (204) 947-1691. www.mcna. shed. Close to schools. Phone
10 am Sunday March 31 July 13th, 2019. Downs, 3975 Portage Ave.,
Auctioneers Unreserved Auc- com 204-868-2888, Leave mes-
NOTE DATE CHANGE Please join us for a come and Winnipeg. Great selection,
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Meyers Auction Site go bridal shower on door prizes and FREE PARK-
11.1+/- Title Acres, 43,821+/- Looking for a gift that $164,900.00 (1-2) x
Arden, MB March 30th, 2019 from ING. Ph: 204-478-1057.
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Plumbing Close out 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. at the
Ed Truelove: 306.441.0525; Give someone a one-year gift House for Sale in Town of Teulon Cen-
Furniture, Household Minnedosa Community
Brokerage: Ritchie Bros. Real subscription to Western Can- Minnedosa. 341 – 4th St. N.E. tennial Celebrations June
Antiques, Tools Conference Center.
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••• A social evening will
Now accepting consignments tion.com/realestate. per, The Minnedosa Tribune. (2-2) x teulon100.ca or call 204-886-
follow from
for SPRING GUN AUCTION Call 204-867-3816 or email 2314 for information. Fun for
9:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m.
Bradley Meyers, class@minnedosatribune. EMPLOYMENT All.
Please drink responsibly. x
Auctioneer com for rates and more de- OPPORTUNITY
204-476-6262 tails.
Dream Job! Live in caregiver/
housekeeper. Summers in
Winnipeg and winters in the
tropics. Call 204-997-4629
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, March 22, 2019 11


Have an upcoming
event? Wanting good attend- Minnedosa Community Child Care
ance? Remember, there are is looking for a creative, energetic, and positive individual for the
still many people who do not position of Full Time Permanent ECE II or Child Care Assistant and
have access to online advertis- Power Builder
Part Time Substitutes
ing or social media and rely Advertising
on the local newspaper to find
out what’s happening in their
WORKS! Applicant must have the following:
• ECE II Certificate (or willing to maintain)
community. Let our read- • GET SEEN by over
Town of Minnedosa • Clear Criminal Record Check with Vulnerable Sector Search
ers know by placing a simple 400,000 Manitoba
Homes! • Clear Child Abuse Registry Check
Coming Event ad in The Trib-
• Use your LOGO! The Town of Minnedosa is accepting tenders for: • First Aid and CPR (or willing to acquire)
une. Word ads starting at $9.00 • Create instant top of
RFQ 2019-02 • Be willing to work any hours between 7am and 6pm
plus tax for the first 40 words. mind awareness
Call 204-867-3816 or email • Showcase your info, Campground Washroom Roles & Responsibilities Include (but not limited to):
your ad to class@minnedosa- business, product, • Planning developmentally appropriate activities daily, as well as
tribune.com job, announcements General information: providing spontaneous activities throughtout the day based on the
or event
• We format it, to Works to include: children's needs and interests
Live Dance Music at the
make it look great! • Excavation and required fill for foundation • Communicate effectively with children, parents, and coworkers
Minnedosa Legion on Friday,
March 29th from    7:00 - 9:30
• Starting at $339.00
• Supply and install a 14ft 11 in. x 14ft 9 in. thickened edge • Participate in active and quiet activities daily, as well as indoor and
(includes 45 lines of outdoor activities
featuring “Prairie Fire”. If you space) slab foundation
like music you can dance to, • The ads blanket the • Ensure proper use and maintenance of equipment
then  come on down. Open province and run in
• Supply materials and construct a 14 ft 11 in. x 8ft 9 in. • Participate in daily routines (diapering, toileting, preparing snacks,
mic spots available from 9:30 MCNA’s 48 Manitoba double unisex washroom building laundry, dishes, vacuuming, mopping, toy cleaning, etc)
to closing.  Free will offering community • Supply and install required plumbing with water and
and presentation will take newspapers Minnedosa Community Child Care offers the following benefits:
• Very cost effective sewer tie ins extending 6 ft beyond the foundation. • Paid sick time
place at 8:00 in support of the
Minnedosa Beach Enhance-
means of getting • Supply and install required electrical equipment. • 2 paid mental health days/year (after successful completion of
your message out to
ment and Playground Com- probation)
the widest possible All measurements are approximate to be verified by the
mittee. (2-2) x audience • Pension Plan
contractor • Group Insurance Plan with Dental and Eye Care
Contact this newspaper
Minnedosa Adult Learn-
NOW or MCNA at
Copy of the washroom outline and tender packages avail- • Paid Programming (2 hours/week)
ing Centre’s computer courses able for pick up at the Town Office or by emailing kmoyer@
204.947.1691 or email
start the week of April 8th. classified@mcna.com
Minnedosa Community Child Care has an Infant and Preschool program,
Contact: Val Gawel at 131 minnedosa.com. Any enquiry concerning the content of this as well as a Before and After School Age Program and Nursery School
Main St. South, 204-867-2519. www.mcna.com Request for Quotation should be directed to Kevin Marcino at located in the Elementary School. We are currently looking for an ECE II
(2-2) x 204-867-0037. or CCA to work within the infant and preschool program. Substitutes will
work where needed.
Minnedosa Figure Skat- Sealed Tenders marked “CAMPGROUND WASHROOM” will be
ing Club Annual General accepted at the Town of Minnedosa’s Civic Centre, 103 Main Accepting resumes until position is filled.
Meeting. April 4th at 7:00 p.m. Please send resume and cover letter to:
in the MCI Canteen. (2-2) x Street South, Box 426 Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 until 4:30 p.m.
Box 1108
on Friday, April 12, 2019. Minnedosa MB R0J 1E0
Fairmount Cemetery An- Fax: (204) 867-2686 Email: kmoyer@minnnedosa.com
nual Meeting on April 2nd, or
2019 at Barry and Joh Ross’s Any or all of the quotations may not be necessarily accepted. Drop off to 49-2nd Ave NW Minnedosa MB.
residence at 7:30 p.m. All in- (2-2) **Only those selected for an interview will be contacted**
terested parties are invited
to attend. Any questions call
204-874-2287. (2-2) x

SOCCER! Minnedosa
Youth Soccer is accepting SUMMER STUDENT
registrations for spring out-
door programs until March
25th. Check out soccerminne-
dosa.ca for full details. x The Town of Minnedosa will be accepting The Minnedosa Credit Union Summer Student program is a great opportunity
proposals for a Building Demolition until for a post-secondary or high school student who is interested in working in a
MOVING SALE What appears to be the 4:00 p.m., Friday, April 5, 2019.
credit union environment.
will of God about the manner Under the broad direction of our Manager Member Services, this individual
MOVING SALE. House- of keeping the Sabbath Day? Information can be picked up at the Town will train with and work along side member service employees. The selected
hold Goods. 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 There are two general rules of Minnedosa office, 103 Main St South, applicant will learn how to process a variety of cash and non-cash member
p.m. Furniture, odds and laid down in Scripture for our transactions, promote and cross-sell credit union services and make
ends. Saturday March 30th at guidance, and by them all phone 204-867-2727 or email appropriate referrals with courtesy and accuracy. Other duties outside the
281 – 4th St. N.E. Minnedosa. questions must be decided. It kmoyer@minnedosa.com member service area may be assigned as required. The opportunity for job
(2-2) x must be kept as a day of rest, shadowing in other credit union departments may be available.
and, it must be kept holy. It The Town of Minnedosa (1-2)
The position will be full time for the summer months with casual hours
HEALTH ought not to be forgotten that
it is “the Sabbath of the Lord
TENDER: FOR CASH Written tenders for mow- available after August. Minnedosa Credit Union is open Monday through
RENT, NE ½ 20-16-17W, R.M. ing and trimming the Fair- Saturday’s and thus some weekend hours will apply.
our God” . J.C. Ryle. On behalf of Minto – Odanah. 300 broke mount Cemetery and School The Person:
Trouble of the Canadian Lords Day acres. ½ rent due May 15th, Cairn for the 2019 season will The successful candidate(s) qualifications should include having strong
Walking? Association. www.clda.ca 2019, Balance due October be accepted by Bob Currah, people and communication skills, the self confidence and motivation to work
Hip or Knee 1st, 2019. Land will be sold by Box 1354, Minnedosa, MB, with a minimal amount of supervision. You will have a proven commitment
MISCELLANEOUS tender on November 1st, 2019 R0J 1E0. Applicant to supply
Replacement? SERVICES to education and self-development.
pending completion of legal all equipment and fuel. Low-
Restrictions in daily subdivision. Renter will be est or any tender not neces- The Salary:
activities? Terry’s Home Enrich- given opportunity to match sarily accepted. Tender closes Minnedosa Credit Union offers an attractive salary and excellent career
$2,500 ment Maintenance. T.H.E.M. the accepted sale price. Send at noon on April 1st, 2019. experience and potential.
Tax Credit cell 868 8088 (them@live.ca) written tender to Ken Cook, Any questions call 204-874-
$40,000 MINOR REPAIRS and  MAIN- Box 1718, Minnedosa, MB R0J 2287. (2-2) x Please submit your resume, in confidence, by April 5, 2019 to:
refund cheque/ TENANCE in your home! 1E0. Tender must clearly state Gaylene Johnson, Member Service Manager
rebates Fix-it jobs. Snow clearing for cash price per broke acre. GST Minnedosa Credit Union Limited
Disability Tax driveways and sidewalks. will be charged on tendered Box 459 Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
Credit. High quality  painting  (Inter- amount. Tender closes April E-mail: gjohnson@minnedosacu.mb.ca
204-453-5372 ior and Exterior)  5th, 2019. Highest or any ten- We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for
www.disabilitytaxcreditwinnipeg.com der not necessarily accepted. an interview will be contacted.
(2-2) x (2-2)
12 Friday, March 22, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

ValleyView Ag is seeking equipment operators and truck
WEST REGION CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES INC. WEST REGION CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES INC. drivers for this upcoming spring.  Requirements - previous
invites applications for an invites applications for a floater experience. Class 1 license, able to work long hours and
INTAKE WORKER CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES WORKER weekends, have strong customer relation skills, leadership and
time management skills, able to work unsupervised. This pos-
Waywayseecappo First Nation Waywayseecappo First Nation ition will start early April and could be full time for the right ap-
WRCFS is a mandated First Nations child and family services Agency responsible to WRCFS is a mandated First Nations child and family services Agency responsible to plicant. We offer competitive wages. 204-867-7113. (52-4) x     
provide a full range of services, including statutory services, voluntary services and provide a full range of services, including statutory services, voluntary services and
prevention services to the children and families of its nine First Nations, residing on and prevention services to the children and families of its nine First Nations, residing on
and off reserve. The purpose of the programs of WRCFS is to sustain, support, and Boyd Farms requires labourer/equipment operator for the
off reserve. The purpose of the programs of WRCFS is to sustain, support, and enhance upcoming season. This position can be part time or fulltime
family and community life. Reporting to the Community Based Team Supervisor, the enhance family and community life. Reporting to the Community Based Team
Supervisor, the workers will be responsible to work as part of a team in delivering a full year-round work. Applicant must have previous experience op-
worker will be responsible to work as part of a team in delivering a full range of child and
range of child and family services utilizing a community based model of service delivery, erating farm equipment, possess a class 1 license or be willing
family services utilizing a community based model of service delivery, with emphasis
on prevention and resource services as a frontline approach. This is an 18 month term with emphasis on prevention and resource services as a frontline approach. to obtain one. Duties will include but not limited to – spraying,
position. DUTIES INCLUDE: picking stones, harrow/tractor operator, hauling grain/fertil-
• Provision of a full range of statutory child welfare services izer, equipment maintenance, hauling water. We offer competi-
DUTIES INCLUDE: tive wages and benefits. 204-867-7113. (52-4) x
• Ensure a working knowledge of CFS legislation, regulations, standards and • Provision of individual and family counseling
WRCFS policy and procedures • Establishment of good working relationships with other community services and
resources The Minnedosa Regional Library is accepting applications
• To operate within the mandate, understanding the role of a mandated worker
• Facilitating treatment and support groups at the community level for a summer student. Student must be returning to school in
• Complete the Structured Decision Making as required
the fall. Please send resumes to Minnedosa Regional Library,
• Provide Intake services using the Intake Module (IM) QUALIFICATIONS:
• Provide direct service; Placement • BSW with at least two years related experience preferably in First Nations Child Box 1226, Minnedosa MB or email to mmr@mts.net or drop off
• Ensure there is development of relevant community resources of an ongoing & Family Services. An equivalent combination of training and experience will in person. (2-2) x
nature and networks effectively with the existing resources be considered.
• Ensure culturally appropriate services • Must have a commitment to First Nations Child & Family Services, community NOTICE TO CREDITORS
• Make referrals to appropriate resources based on family assessments based planning, and service delivery.
• Complete necessary administrative duties • Knowledge of and appreciation for Ojibway culture and aspirations are essential.
• Establishment of good working relationships with other community services and • The ability to speak Ojibway will be considered a definite asset.
resources • Must have demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and within a multi-
disciplinary approach.
• BSW with at least two years related experience preferably in First Nations Child • Must have computer training and/or knowledge of Microsoft Office
& Family Services. An equivalent combination of training and experience will The successful applicant must provide WRCFS with a current Criminal Record Check that In the matter of the Estate of WILLIAM THOMAS MARTIN,
be considered. includes a Vulnerable Sector Search, Child Abuse Registry Check, Prior contact check and late of Minnedosa, Manitoba, Deceased.
• Must have a commitment to First Nations Child & Family Services, community Driver’s Abstract prior to the commencement of employment. Travel is required. A valid
based planning, and service delivery. driver’s license and access to means of reliable transportation for work is a condition of
• Knowledge of and appreciation for Ojibway culture and aspirations are essential. employment. Must be willing to relocate to the local area. All claims against the above estae, supported by Statutory
• The ability to speak Ojibway will be considered a definite asset.
• Must have demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and within a multi-
SALARY: Commensurate with experience and training and according to Provincial pay Declaration must be sent to the attention of: Marlene
scale. Relocation and Retention incentives are available for this position.
disciplinary approach. Klimchuk, Estates Administration, at 155 Carlton St. Suite 500,
• Must have computer training and/or knowledge of Microsoft Office Please submit resumes to:
• Be familiar with the Structured Decision Making assessment tools, Intake & CFSIS Ina Tanner, BISW, MSW, RSW
Winnipeg, MB, R3C 5R9 on or before the 25th day of April, 2019.
is essential. Community Based Team Supervisor
West Region Child & Family Services, Inc. Dated at WInnipeg, Manitoba, this 14th day of March, 2019.
The successful applicant must provide WRCFS with a current Criminal Record Check that
Box 280
includes a Vulnerable Sector Search, Child Abuse Registry Check, Prior contact check and
ERICKSON, Manitoba R0J 0P0 Fax: (204) 636-6158
Driver’s Abstract prior to the commencement of employment. Travel is required. A valid
driver’s license and access to means of reliable transportation for work is a condition of DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS: Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019 DOUGLAS R. BROWN
employment. We thank all who apply, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Public Guardian and Trustee of Manitoba
SALARY: Commensurate with experience and training and according to Provincial pay
Please submit resumes to: The Minnedosa Recreation Commission is gearing WANTED NOTICES
Ina Tanner, BISW, MSW, RSW up for a busy summer season. We are looking for personable and
Community Based Team Supervisor
West Region Child & Family Services, Inc.
caring staff for our seasonal job openings. WANTED: OLD TUBE Advertisements and
Box 280 If you enjoy working with children in a fast paced environment, AUDIO EQUIPMENT. 40 years statements contained herein
ERICKSON, Manitoba R0J 0P0 Fax: (204) 636-6158 we may have a summer job for you! or older. Amplifiers, Stereo, are the sole responsibility of
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS: Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019 The Minnedosa Recreation Commission is accepting Recording and Theatre Sound the persons or entities that
resumes for anticipated summer positions as Equipment. Hammond Or- post the advertisement, and
We thank all who apply, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Day Camp Co-ordinator and Kayak Club Staff gans, any condition. CALL the Manitoba Community
( start as early as May, full time until end of August), Toll – Free 1-800-947-0393 Newspaper Association and
membership do not make
Camp Counsellors (full time 8 - 10 weeks throughout July and August)
in Minnedosa, MB. STEEL BUILDINGS any warranty as to the ac-
curacy, completeness, truth-
All applicants must: fulness or reliability of such
• be willing to spend the summer engaging people of all ages in a STEEL BUILDING SALE advertisements. For greater
For full time high school, minimum Grade 10, or post-secondary ... “BIG BLOWOUT SALE –
student, intending to return to their studies in the fall variety of sports and activities information on advertising
• exercise good judgement, communication and work effectively with ALL BUILDINGS PRICED TO conditions, please consult the
the public CLEAR!” 20x23 $5,977. 23x25 Association’s Blanket Adver-
Minnedosa Health Centre • be available to work Canada Day Celebration in Minnedosa $5,954. 25x27 $7,432. 30x31 tising Conditions on our web-
$9,574. 32x31 $9,648. One site at www.mcna.com.
Part Time (0.8 EFT) • be mature and responsible
Term Position (June - August 2019) End Wall Included. Pioneer
• have or be willing to take First/Aid & CPR Level 3
4 days week (no weekends), for up to 10 weeks Steel 1-855-212-7036 www. Do you have a PRESS
• be 16 years of age before or on June 30th, 2019 pioneersteel.ca
7.5 hr days, $11.35/hour RELEASE / MEDIA ADVISO-
HR Posting #MISS191085 Please submit your cover letter and resume clearly stating the position RY that needs to go out? Let
Erickson Health Centre you are applying for before March 25th to: us help you with that! Though
Part Time (0.8 EFT) Minnedosa & District Recreation Commission we cannot guarantee publica-
Term Position (June - August 2019) Attn: Laura Cook tion, MCNA will get the infor-
4 days week (no weekends), for up to 10 weeks PO Box 1259 mation into the right hands
7.5 hr days, $11.35/hour Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 for ONLY $35.00 + GST/HST.
HR Posting #ERSS191080 Fax: (204) 867.2250 We also do Media Monitor-
ing, if you would like to follow
Closing date for both positions: March 29, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. Email: minrec@mts.net
up and see who picked up the
For more information on this positions, Interviews will take place beginning March 27th, 2019 (52-3) material. Call MCNA (204)
please visit careers.pmh-mb.ca
Minnedosa and Area Food Bank Inc. is looking for 2-4 947-1691 for more informa-
We thank all applicants in advance for their interest in
Prairie Mountain Health however; we will only be in contact with volunteers to act on the board of directors.  Terms are for 2 tion, or email classified@
candidates who will be participating in an interview. years.  Meetings take place approx 4 times per year. We are also mcna.com for details. www.
looking for volunteers to staff the food bank on Tuesday and mcna.com
Thursday mornings from 10:00 - noon.  Volunteers can work as
few or as many shifts as fits their schedules. For more informa-
tion or to volunteer, please contact Carol Brown 204-210-0209
or Linda Bertram 204-867-2202. (2-2) x 
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, March 22, 2019 13

April 26th, 1931 – March 11th, 2019

Thank you to all our

You Should Cook Topless
friends, neighbours and So, why would you add
family for your many acts
it? When water is listed in
It is with great sadness that we announce the peaceful of kindness during the last
passing of Syd at the age of 87, after a brief illness at the Minne- 6 weeks and since the pass- an ingredient list, in small
dosa Hospital with family around him. ing of David. A sincere thank quantities (less than two
Syd will be missed by his loving wife Marie of 66 years,
his sons in Basswood, Larry, Andy (Stacie), daughter Cheryl
you to the Neepawa Cancer
Care Unit, Doctors Wiebe and
With cups), I want you to think
to yourself, “Do I have
(Charles Hood) of Okeechobee, Florida and six grandchildren;
Christopher, Drew, Cassandra and Brent Cardy and Amber and
Wareham and all the hospital
staff at both the Neepawa and
CHEF DEZ anything other liquid in
my fridge or pantry that
Shawn Hood. Brandon hospitals. To Nathan would complement the re-
Syd was born on April 26th, 1931 to Evelyn Scott and Alfred White, thank you for your cipe and has more colour

Cardy. He was raised in the Winnipeg and St. Andrew’s area. guidance and professional have been a Culinary
He married Marie Phillips on September 20th, 1952. Syd spent and flavour than water?
service. Thank you to Elgin Instructor in British Col-
several years working as a porter at the Hotel Fort Garry while Hall for your meaningful ser- There is water content Perhaps some wine, juice,
farming at St. Andrew’s. With his keen interest in farming Syd umbia for over 16 years everywhere in many in- beer, or broth? The re-
vice and to Eleanor Taylor and
moved his family from the long river lots at St. Andrew’s to his the choir for the wonderful
and I love sharing tips and gredients. There is water sults will always be more
mixed farm at Basswood in 1963; fifty-six years on the farm at music. Special thanks to the tricks to help people im- in vegetables, meat, broth, colourful and flavourful.
Basswood. Syd and Marie were so impressed with the friendly United Church Ladies for the prove the results of their juice, etc. So, even if you Now, I am not suggesting
Basswood community who made them feel like this was home. lunch following the service. cooking. One suggestion haven’t added any water to always substitute water
Syd was an active member of the community; on the Bass- A very special thank you to I have been preaching specifically as an ingredi- with something else, I just
wood Hall Board, Councillor on the RM of Saskatchewan, a 4-H Norm Sims and staff at Sims for years is to cook top- ent, you can still cook want to make you aware
Leader as well as lending a hand to anyone in need. Syd and & Co. for all the considera- less. Now before we get
Marie loved travelling; they have seen most of Canada, United water out of your recipe by of this instead of follow-
tion and support given to me too carried away, I am not
States, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and the Carib- during the last few months. cooking it out of your in- ing a recipe by the seat of
bean on cruises. suggesting you cook half- gredients. But why is this your pants. You will be a
Lorraine and family
Syd was predeceased by his nephew Shawn Crowe, broth- naked. What I mean by such a benefit? better cook if you know
ers-in-law Doug Sandercock and Ron Crowe, older brother “cooking topless” is to cook Water is a colour- when and how to impro-
The Cardy Family thanks
Don and brother-in-law Dan Sherwood; he is survived by his without a lid on your pot or less and flavourless li- vise. When water is listed,
friends, neighbours and fam-
younger sisters Marilyn Crowe in Ontario, Evelyn Sherwood in
ily for all the food, love and
pan. quid and three magical just question it, that’s all.
BC and sister-in-law Anna Cardy in Winnipeg, as well as Marie’s Now every recipe is
support provided during Syd’s things will happen when If there is a more appro-
siblings Sam and Florence Phillips, Betty Sandercock, Janette unique, but for the most
brief illness in the hospital. you cook without a lid: priate substitute in your
Phillips, George and Lucille Phillips and several nieces and part when you are sim-
Special thanks to Dr. Sonoiki, 1. You will have darker kitchen, you’ll figure it out.
the hospital staff and PCH mering a soup, stew, or colour to your recipe. For example, all recipes
A Celebration of Life was held at the Basswood Hall on Sat-
staff. Thank you to Nathan sauce, chances are you 2. You will have increased that use cornstarch will
urday, March 16th, 2019.
White for his guidance, Elgin will have better results if
Burial will take place in the summer at Old St. Andrew’s flavour in your recipe. state to dissolve it in water.
Hall for officiating the service; you do it without a lid. The
Church on the Red. 3. Your recipe will be thick- I will use anything but
the United Church Choir and
reasoning for this is really er. water in these instances.
Eleanor Taylor accompanying
quite simple and logical, Taking the some of the Even though it just may
on the piano. A lovely lunch
COMPUTER REPAIR was served by Dorothy Brook- and my goal is to get you to water component out of be a few tablespoons, why
ing Catering. Marie Cardy rethink your cooking hab- your dish through steam would I use it when I could
New Computer got
you down?
Need and Family its. will always achieve these add something better? It’s
When you simmer
Old Computer not Cash? anything without a lid,
results. Now, sometimes
you may be happy with
just using some common
sense, and the more you
running as fast as • We Loan Have an
what do you see rising the amount of colour, fla- do these substitutions, the
it should? • Easy application upcoming event?
Trouble with your • Approval with from the pot or pan? The vour, and thickness in a better you will get at it.
network? collateral Let people answer is quite obvious: recipe before simmering, Until next time… Happy
From home to the office, • Title Loans steam. What is Steam? and if that’s the case, Cooking!
JD Computers can help • No Credit Check know through This answer to this is even then cook with the lid on.
keep things running • Keep driving The Classifieds! more obvious: evaporated
smoothly. your vehicle This whole discussion
water. This leads me to ask
With over 20
years ADVERTISE FOR brings me to one more tip
Call Dan Devloo
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Call us today! Winnipeg MB class@minnedosatribune.com 1. Does water have any you to always question it.
204-761-0063 www.caifinancial.ca colour? Based on obvious find-
2. Does water have any ings above, we have deter-

flavour? mined already that water
VOLUNTEERS 3. Is water a liquid? has no flavour or colour.


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Chartered Professional BACKHOE & TRUCKING Gaylene Johnson
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GRAIN Debbie Stelczik
AUTO BODY Contracting HAULING Dan Quesnel
BDO Canada LLP All Auto Body Repairs Ph: 867-3238
Donna Dowsett
Professional Accountants Ph: 867-2083 Cell: 868-5741
Brian Horner 867-6361
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Grain & Fertilizer Alayna McTavish
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- Tax
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WAHOSKI G ORD K E L LY Lakeside St. Alphonsus
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16 Friday, March 22, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Winter Wonderland Takes to the Ice

has six levels of skills for
young skaters. Each level
has an agility, control and
balance component to it.
Also showcasing their
skills on the ice during
the evening were the Star-
skate group. This group is
for children ages nine to
sixteen. These members,
along with a few others,
also served as program
assistants and assisted in
coaching the younger Can-
skate group throughout
the season.
The theme for this
year’s show was “Win-
ter Wonderland”. The Photo by Karen Mitchell
club wanted to choose a
theme that would be fun
Two little reindeer and a snowman.
Photo by Karen Mitchell
for the kids to skate to Senior Synchro Team, fol- on two synchronized skat- has to offer from beginners
Abbey Konsorada skates and have music and cos- lowed by the grand finale ing teams out of Brandon to adults,” explained Janz.
as one of the “Snowflakes” tumes to match. Ranging where all skaters were out and Virden. She is current- A great job to all of the
By KAREN MITCHELL show. from snowflakes, reindeer, on the ice. ly working as a psychiatric skaters of the evening!
The Minnedosa Figure snowmen and penguins, Behind it all was the nurse with Prairie Moun-

O n the evening of Skating Club presented the kids were so proud of dedicate coach, Michelle tain Health.
Wednesday, March their Canskate end-of- their costumes and every Janz, of Birtle. Michelle has “Skating is a huge part If your label reads
13th the stands at the
Minnedosa Arena were
season carnival with skat-
ers ranging from three to
one of them were so darn
cute! In total twenty-five
been coacking CanSkate
and synchronized skating
of my life. I spend almost
every day of the week on 19/03/31
full of eager parents and seven-years-old. The Can- skaters took to the ice to in Roblin for three seasons the ice throughout the win- It’s time to renew
grandparents, ready to skate program is a learn- finish off their season. now, adding in Minnedosa ter. It is great to share my your subscription!
cheer on their local skaters to-skate program offered Wrapping up the eve- just this season. She has sport with younger skaters.
in the 2019 figure skating through Skate Canada and ning was a guest perfor- been skating for over twen- I love showing them all of 204-867-3816
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