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INSIDE Burned To The Ground


this week
Town Budget
Proposed
at Over
$10 Million

MP Sopuck
Addresses
Canola Crisis

3 Photos by Darryl Holyk

Members of the Minnedosa Fire Department keep a


watchful eye as the old Cudhie/Hutton house goes
up in flames during a controlled burn excercise.

By DARRYL HOLYK

L ast Saturday morning, members of the Minnedosa Fire


Department executed a controlled burn on an old house
just south of Clanwilliam. The home, located on the east

Topham side of Provincial Road #262, less than one mile south of the
village, had a bit of significant local historical value, many

Returns from
may not be aware of.
According to Brion Pollon, Clanwilliam historian and
President of Minnedosa Regional Archives, the original log
Washington portion of the one-and-three-quarter storey house was con-

9
structed in 1880 for Peter Morris (P.M.) Cudhie. Peter was
born in New Brunswick and came to the area in 1878 with
his wife Margaret and seven children. In 1882, he became The east side of the long abandoned and delapidated farmhouse
the first Postmaster of the Clanwilliam Post Office.
moments before being lit on fire by the Minnedosa Fire
Continued on Page 8 Department Saturday morning.
2 Friday, April 19, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Town Budget Proposed at Over $10 Million


By DARRYL HOLYK is comfortable with. Cer- count and $2,625,000 in cash purposes, before the $663,084 has been beautification, lake and
tainly, we have a lot of ex- government grant funding. debenture, is $5.5 million, budgeted for Protective weed control) $109,200

F irst reading to set and


impose taxes for 2019
was given to bylaw #2566
citing projects on the bud-
get so its full steam ahead.”
The total tax levy bud-
The large increase in
the overall budget comes
as a result of the possibil-
so we recorded that in our
budget with $3.5 million
on the borrowing side.”
Services (Police, Fire,
Emergency Measures,
Handivan and Animal and
has been budgeted with
$40,000 penciled in for
Public Health and Welfare.
during the Minnedosa geted for this year comes ity of ground-breaking The 2018 Minnedosa Pest Control). This category includes the
Town Council meeting last in at $4,660,072 an in- for the long-planned new Financial Plan came in at The next category cemetery and social assis-
Tuesday, April 9th. crease of approximately arena this year. The Town the end of the year with is Government Services tance expenses.
This year’s bal- $34,000 over last year’s ac- and the MREC planning a surplus of $54,985.45 which includes expenses For 2019, Council
anced budget comes in at tual tax levy of $4,626,048. committee of volunteers which is being re-invest- related to administration, has budgeted to transfer
$10,566,119.64 which is a Grants in Lieu of Taxes has been given indications ed in the community this insurance, conventions, $798,671 to its various re-
substantial increase over comes in at $218,952. With that some much-anticipat- year. 2019 marks the final legal, etc which has been serves. The breakdown
last year’s 2018 budget of the school tax deduction of ed funding support from year of the overall $700,000 budgeted at $607,210. includes $311,874 to the
just over $4.5 million. At $1,824,097, the total mu- the Federal and Provincial assessment repayment to Recreation and Cul- general reserve, $35,000
first glance, an increase nicipal taxes and grants governments is expected to Husky Energy with this ture comes in at $304,000 to the equipment replace-
of more than double last in lieu of taxes come in at be announced in 2019. In year’s expenditure for the and includes expenses re- ment reserve, $131,797 to
year’s budget may have $3,054,928, an increase preparation for this possi- Town coming in at close to lated to such areas as rec- the gas tax reserve, $40,000
some taxpayers concerned of $22,559 over 2018. The ble announcement, Town $180,000. reation and related facili- to the fire replacement re-
but Minnedosa Mayor, Pat remaining revenue mak- Council decided to include The largest bud- ties, parks, playgrounds, serve, $15,000 to the curl-
Skatch and Assistant CAO, ing up this year’s budget the new arena project in geted expenditure falls museum, library and the ing /golf complex reserve,
Chris Yuen assure that includes $2,965,500 from this year’s budget so that under Fiscal Services at conference centre. $250,000 to the arena re-
ratepayers will see only accumulated surplus and it was on the books, bud- $6,590,500 which includes $280,800 has been serve (current arena which
a small increase in their reserves with $4,545,691 geted for and ready to pro- transfers to capital proj- budgeted for Environmen- could be transferred to
Town of Minnedosa mu- from “other revenue” This ceed if and when a funding ects. See story below for tal Health (garbage and new arena down the road)
nicipal property taxes this amount includes such announcement is made. a detailed report on pro- recycling collection) with and $15,000 to the Com-
year. items as added taxes, fines, “We are dealing with posed capital expenditures $203,385 budgeted for munity Conference Centre
The proposed tax in- sales, leases, returns on some big numbers. The for 2019. Economic Development reserve.
crease for 2019 is .006 investments, federal and new arena is on the budget Other expenditures which includes regional The 2019 Financial
percent. “It’s not even a provincial government now and that just skews all budgeted for include development, tourism, Plan is now available from
fraction of a percent,” ex- grants, etc. Also added comparisons to previous $761,000 for Transpor- water conservation, veteri- the Town Office for review
plained ACAO Yuen. “I under other revenue for years,” stated Yuen. “The tation Services (Roads, nary services and destruc- by the public. The budget
think we did a good job this year is the $1 mil- budget gives us authority streets, sidewalks, street tion of pests. is expected to be passed
at slashing the budget in lion Minnedosa Regional to go ahead and pursue it lighting, snow removal and Under the category of following the public hear-
many areas to come up Events Centre (MREC) to take the necessary next wages, fuel, maintenance Environmental Develop- ing at the council meeting
with a figure that everyone fundraising committee ac- steps. The new arena, for costs related to each). ment (planning, zoning, on Tuesday, May 14th.

Many Projects on Town Wish List


By DARRYL HOLYK Mayor Pat Skatch. “But, we budgeted for a grader $50,000 has been budget- capital plan included The ongoing water line
have quite a few projects which was purchased for ed for Asset Management budget amounts for Main replacement along Main

T his year, Minnedosa


Town Council is bud-
geting to get a lot done for
that we need to get done.
We had a few year’s where
we couldn’t do a whole lot
that price at last week’s
council meeting.
A lift station for a pos-
consultation. This is a new
program in Manitoba in
which municipalities un-
Street, Victoria Bay and
5th Avenue S.W. As these
projects were not com-
Street, in preparation for
new pavement continues
and has been budgeted
the community. For 2018, but now, through the good sible new residential sub- dertake an asset manage- pleted in 2018, they have at $25,000. The Town is
capital expenditures were book keeping and spend- division south of 9th Ave- ment analysis of all of their been carried over to this also investigating a new
budgeted at $857,000 and ing, we can start doing nue S.W. has been penciled facilities – arena, curling year’s budget. $250,000 more cost effective option
this year, that “wish list” some of those projects.” in at a cost of $150,000. rink, infrastructure, water, has been included for a for residential properties
has jumped to a whopping The largest item on the The Fire Department sewer, etc. The end result water main replacement which currently run on
$10,540,500. list is the possibility of the equipment reserve will see is a detailed report which on Victoria Bay with an a bleeder tap to combat
“We are budgeting out new arena which comes a commitment of $130,000 gives the current status of additional $250,000 for freeze-up issues. This new
a lot from reserves and are with a price tag of $9 mil- with $100,000 being bud- these assets. This informa- curb and gutter installa- option has been budgeted
taking some of the reserves lion. geted for possible repairs tion will provide council tion. $150,000 has been at $20,000 for 2019.
down quite low,” explained $207,500 has been to the old arena, if needed. with a better idea on need- budgeted for Main Street $15,000 has been bud-
ed repairs and upgrades paving, $70,000 for repairs geted for repairs to the
which will assist with fu- and gravel on 9th Avenue Community Conference

SHOP LOCAL AND HELP YOUR ture planning and budget-


ing purposes.
S.E., $50,000 for the 5th
Avenue S.W. paving proj-
Centre with an additional
$15,000 budgeted for re-

BUSINESSES SUPPORT
A great deal of road- ect, $20,000 for repairs to moval of the white build-
work is anticipated for 2019 3rd Street S.E. and $10,000 ing at the MREC grounds.

YOUR COMMUNITY!
and council has budgeted for Main Street basin and At its last regular meeting,
accordingly. Last year’s drain repairs. Council awarded this de-
molition job at a cost of al-
When you support the businesses in your most $11,000 plus tax.
home community, those businesses can 19043GG0 The purchase of a new
green space mower has
return the favour by providing donations been budgeted at $15,000
and sponsorships to events, attractions, with an additional $10,000
programs and athletics in your on the books for upgrades
to the floating bridges and
community. Without your support,
walk ways on the Nature
those businesses cannot give Walk and $3,000 budgeted
back to the things which make to cover the replacement
a community a great place to live! of timbers on the Rotary
Suspension bridge.
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, April 19, 2019 3

Sopuck Hosts First Canola Crisis Meeting in Minnedosa


By KAREN MITCHELL swers. With China reject- to hear from the Canola
ing canola seed imports Council who represent

O n Saturday, April 13th


Robert Sopuck, Con-
servative MP for Dauphin,
from Canada, suspending
the licenses of two major
Canadian importers, hold-
the Ag companies, and the
Canola Growers who rep-
resent the farmers, so I was
Swan River and Neepawa, ing tanks/ships are sitting able to provide and update
hosted a meeting at the overflowing with nowhere on what has been going on
Minnedosa Golf Course to to go. in Parliament,” explained
openly discuss the issue of The Chinese market is Sopuck. “Beyond that, we
the Canadian canola seed extremely important to the wanted to meet with the
ban in China. Canadian import market, actual producers them-
Sopuck, along with as they take over $7 bil- selves to get their views
Brandon-Souris MP Larry lion of our agriculture and directly. The comments we
Maguire, Red Deer-La- agri-food products. Can- heard were very helpful,
combe MP Blaine Calkins, ada exports 40% of canola and we definitely heard a Photo by Karen Mitchell
Conservative candidate product, of the overall 90% few good ideas for short
Dan Mazier and MP for exported out of Canada, term solutions as well as Approximately 30 people, including a number of concerned ag producers
North Okanagan-Shuswap to China. “This isn’t a little longer term policy chang- attended the first canola crisis public meeting hosted by MP Robert
Mel Arnold, spoke to a problem,” said Sopuck. es.” Sopuck which was held in Minnedosa last Saturday.
crowd of approximately “Conservatives forced Larry Maguire ex-
30 people. Many who at- the Agriculture and Trade plained what he would to China with our scien- executive, Meng Wanzhou.
tended were concerned Committees to hold meet- like to see happen in the tists and teams and test “I think China is a com- Sopuck was grateful to all
and affected area farmers ings in Ottawa where very near future, “Step one our samples for ourselves. pletely amoral country,” who attended and partici-
who were looking for an- we had the opportunity is to find out if we can get We know Canadian seed expressed Sopuck. “In Ot- pated in Saturday’s open
is good, we know our test- tawa, we will continue to meeting. “Through the
ing is top notch. When we push for an emergency committee meetings we
ship, our seed is superior debate in Parliament, and have forced in Ottawa, I am
to none and the Chinese work to keep this issue top hoping the Liberals start to
consumers know that, of mind at the Ag Com- realize how much this im-
that’s why they want our mittee. Behind the scenes pacts farm families and the
product.” China is express- I fully intend on urging communities they support
ing concern over the qual- the Trade Minister, who is across Canada,” stated So-
ity of the seed itself, stating from Winnipeg, to keep us puck. “Having William and
that there may be a pest updated on progress and Jacqueline Gerrard appear
issue within the samples remind him of the time before those committees
currently held. “Step two sensitive nature of the gov- and represent our con-
is if we are able to go over ernment resolving this is- stituency and all Manitoba
and test for ourselves and sue .” farmers so well was a great
we see our product is good, One of the interested experience. I just hope the
then what? Do we discuss parties that turned out Liberal MPs were listening,
retaliation?” Maguire also for the meeting, was local not just hearing.”
mentioned that Canada farmer, Will Gerrard. Will Saturday’s meeting
has not had an ambassa- and his wife Jacqueline re- was Sopuck’s first in the
dor to China for more than cently travelled to the na- riding on this critical topic,
Photo by Karen Mitchell two months now. “This is tion’s capital and appeared however he is planning
(L-R) Larry Maguire (Brandon-Souris MP), Blaine Calkins (Red Deer- an issue that needs to be before both the Agriculture to host more in the weeks
Lacombe MP), Robert Sopuck (Dauphin-Swan River-Neepawa MP), rectified now.” and Trade Committees as a ahead, especially if the
Dan Mazier Conservative canadiate for Dauphin-Swan River- The canola ban is be- representative of Manitoba Trudeau government con-
lieved by many to be in farmers who are struggling tinues to take insufficient
Neepawa) and Mel Arnold (North Okanagan-Shuswap MP).
retaliation to the Decem- with the ongoing canola action on this critical file.
ber arrest of senior Huawei crisis.

Connie’s Style on Mayne


is retiring on April 26th, 2019.
HERITAGE CO-OP 1997 LTD.

Thank you to my many customers over


Notice of Annual General Meeting the last 44 years. I have appreciated your
Tuesday, April 30, 2019 business and consider you
all friends rather than clients.
ATTENTION
THE TOWN OF MINNEDOSA
Thanks So Much
Minnedosa Community Conference Centre HOLIDAY
DOG & CAT OWNERS ~Connie~
REGISTRATION: 6:00 PM RECYCLING AND GARBAGE COLLECTION
DINNER: 6:30 PM All dogs and cats within the Town of Minnedosa

Mini Golf For Sale


must be licensed annually.
MEETING: 7:30 PM
A certificate
THURSDAY, APRIL of 18
vaccination for rabies
GARBAGE must be -
COLLECTION
SOUTHWEST CORNER
Dinner Tickets Available at all Heritage Co-op Locations produced before a license is issued
$8.00 each
RECYCLING COLLECTION
2014 Dog & Cat licenses- SOUTH
are available
END at the
Town Office Located on Prime Private Property
• President's Report
Owners
FRIDAY, APRILof unlicensed
19 Dogs
NO & Cats, Dogs & Cats
COLLECTION across from Minnedosa Beach.
• Manager's Report running at large, as well as nuisance and vicious
MONDAY, APRIL 22 NO COLLECTION Run Mini Golf and Restaurant
• Auditor's Report animals are subject to various penalties and
charges. A copy of animal control by-law 2478 is OR ???
• Election of Directors
available
TUESDAY, APRILat 23
the Town Office for examination
GARBAGE by
& RECYCLING To inquire please call
• Appointment of Auditors any person duringCOLLECTION
regular hours.
NORTH END 1-204-345-4222
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Viewpoint
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Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Around Carbon Tax Vulnerable to Legal Challenge


By Todd MacKay years. There’s more than a reasonable doubt that car-

Town...
canadian Taxpayers Federation bon taxes decrease emissions
Second, the CTF argues a carbon tax is a tax. That

By Darryl Holyk
H ere’s the most important reason Premier Bri-
an  Pallister  is right to challenge the federal car-
bon tax in court: he could win. The challenge comes
may seem obvious, but federal lawyers like to call the
carbon tax a carbon levy, fee, or, the latest federal in-
vention, “a price on pollution” – anything but a tax.
at a poignant moment. This month Manitobans began Here’s the problem: the carbon tax does not meet the
paying the federal carbon tax that adds 4.4 cents per li- definition of a fee or levy as outlined in the case West-
Six applications… tre  to gasoline and 6.4 cents per  litre  to diesel. Even
before that price spike, the carbon tax has been  un-
bank First Nation v British columbia Hydro and Power
authority. Fees and levies are specific charges subject
You may have noticed in the past weeks that the popular in Manitoba. to specific regulations to address specific costs. Ot-
Minnedosa Recreation Commission is once again Ottawa’s carbon tax isn’t just unpopular – it’s fac- tawa’s carbon tax simply flows in to the treasury – re-
looking for a new Rec Director. The Tribune has en- ing challenges across Canada. New Brunswick, Ontar- bates or any other uses of the money are not directly or
joyed working with Laura Cook as our most recent io and Saskatchewan are also going to court. Depend- legally related to the carbon tax. In short, if it looks like
Rec Director and wish her the best of luck in her fu- ing on the outcome of this month’s Alberta election, a tax and it quacks like a tax, it’s a tax.
ture endeavours. Six applications have been submitted that province may follow. Third, Ottawa’s carbon tax legislation runs afoul
for the Rec Director position and once interviews are Even  amidst  the uncertainty of a courtroom, the of a fundamental democratic principle: no taxation
complete, the Rec Commission will be introducing our provinces’ prospects are good. without representation. The Greenhouse Gas Pollu-
new Rec Director. First, there’s Manitoba’s legal  analysis. Law pro- tion Pricing Act doesn’t specify who should pay the
fessor Dr. Brian Schwartz provided an independent tax; what it applies to; where it should be applied; or,
Fire Training… opinion suggesting the province could challenge the
federal carbon tax by demonstrating its own environ-
how high the tax should be set. All of those basic ele-
ments are relegated to regulation and delegated to the
In addition to last Saturday’s controlled burn of an
mental policies are effective. Premier Pallister specifi- prime minister and cabinet. In other words, the prime
old house near Clanwilliam, the Minnedosa Fire De-
cally cited this option when he announced his court minister can raise and expand the carbon tax without
partment took part in some live training exercises at an
challenge. a vote in Parliament.
old abandoned house in the village of Bethany during
The Canadian Taxpayers Federation intervened in That’s unconstitutional. Only Parliament has the
their regular practice Tuesday night. Watch for a full
the Saskatchewan carbon tax challenge on February right to impose a tax and elected officials must take
story on this in an upcoming edition of The Tribune.
13th. (The CTF  also intervened in the Ontario carbon responsibility for taxes by voting. Ottawa’s carbon tax
tax challenge on April 15th and is consulting with law- entirely evades this basic element of responsible gov-
Exit interviews… yers regarding the possibility of intervening in the New ernment by calling the carbon tax a fee or levy. It’s as if
At the last regular Town Council meeting, Council- Brunswick and Manitoba challenges). Ottawa believes the American Revolution could have
lor Jim Dowsett made a suggestion of conducting “exit Here are the  CTF’s legal arguments. First, car- been avoided if only the Tea Act had imposed a tea fee
interviews” with employees who are moving on from a bon taxes don’t help the environment. This argument instead of a tea tax.
position under the Town umbrella. Council seemed in might seem unusual, since, legally speaking, the ques- Pallister  is right to represent the will of  Manito-
favour of this suggestion and I hope this idea becomes tion is whether Ottawa can impose its carbon tax, not bans by challenging the federal carbon tax. It’s unfair
part of the Town’s policy. It could be beneficial to sit whether it works. However, federal lawyers are leaning for Ottawa to force Manitobans to pay a carbon tax that
down with an outgoing employee to gain information on the track record of British Columbia’s carbon tax in won’t work. But Pallister is also right because Manito-
of ideas on pros, cons and what could maybe be done their arguments. And one piece of B.C.’s experience re- ba has a strong legal case to strike-down the carbon tax
differently for future employees filling a position. ally matters here: Despite a decade of paying a carbon in the courts.
tax, B.C.’s emissions have gone up in five of the last six

National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week


SUBMITTEd calls from the public. ting status-keeping checks of our RCMP officers to en-
“Telecommunications operators are an integral part sure their safety.”

M anitoba RCMP is recognizing the vital role of tele-


communication operators during which runs April
14th to 20th.
of our policing services. They are the voice of calm and
compassion for those calling for help in high-stress situa-
tions,” said Inspector Jeff Asmundson, Officer in Charge
Telecommunication operators support front line po-
licing 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
They are expected to make quick, responsible decisions
In 2018, the Manitoba RCMP Operational Communi- of the Manitoba RCMP OCC. “They’re also the lifeline to in their critical role as the first point of contact between
cations Centre (OCC) answered over 200,000 emergency our front-line officers, providing assistance and conduc- the public and the police.

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Council Authorizes Purchase


of Grader and Fire Pumper Truck
Ye O l d
Trib
By DARRYL HOLYK at a cost of $207,500. Four the lowest of three tenders siniboine West Watershed
other grader quotes were received. District. As a current mem-

M innedosa
Council met for
Town

its regular April meeting


reviewed and it was deter-
mined that this machine
was the best option for
Council re-appoint-
ed Kevin Marcino as the
Town’s Weed Inspector for
ber of the Little Saskatch-
ewan River Conservation
District, the Town has re-
on the evening of Tues- the Town. Although used, 2019. viewed the proposal for
day, April 9th with Mayor the grader has only 2,300 Assistant CAO Yuen the proposed amalgamat-
Skatch presiding and all hours of work on it and was authorized by Council ed watershed district and
councillors in attendance. has warranty until 2020. to transfer an outstanding supports the continued
A resolution was The grader most recently account in the amount of membership in this pro- 1889 – A portion of the front of the warehouse be-
passed to authorize the used by the Town will be $41.64 to the respective tax gram under the authority longing to Mr. Jas. Jermyn on Main Street, was blown
purchase of a 1996 Fr- put up for sale in the near roll. The amount reflects of the Watershed Districts down by the high wind on Sunday.
ieghtliner FL-80 pumper future to recoup some of an unpaid garbage tipping Act.
truck for the Minnedosa the cost of the new grader fee. As there has been nu-
Fire Department at a cost purchase. CAO Marzoff and merous discussions about
1899 – Rumours of railroads are thick this spring.
The latest one is that the CPR will build a branch
of $81,360. With this vehi- The demolition ten- ACAO Yuen were autho- the possibility of the es-
from Portage la Prairie to Rapid City and westward.
cle addition, the local Fire der for the white con- rized to attend the Manito- tablishment of a soybean
Department will now have crete block building at ba Planning Conference in crushing plant in the West-
three pumper trucks avail- the Minnedosa Regional Brandon May 15th to 17th. man area over the past 1909 – A vicious blaze in the chimney of the
able to better serve the Events Centre site (Former The Mayor and CAO few years, Town Council Minnedosa Hotel got the fire brigade out last Sat-
community and surround- Ag Society display build- were authorized to sign the instructed administration urday afternoon. A big crowd of citizens also soon
ing area. ing) was approved. Coun- 2019 Veterinary Services to organize a joint meet- gathered, but fortunately there was no fire.
A 2015 Volvo G976 cil accepted the tender District Agreement on be- ing with the R.M. of Min-
loader grader was autho- from Guscott Backhoe and half of the Town. to-Odanah to discuss this 1919 – Canadian Pacific Railway is increasing its
rized to be purchased from Trucking in the amount of Council approved the proposal. workforce in this division and put 160 additional
the R.M. of Minto-Odanah $10,956 plus GST. This was proposal for the new As- men on its payroll last Saturday.

1959 – Minnedosa Consumers Co-op had another


Town Utilities Continue to Operate at Deficit successful year in 1958 with annual sales of $528,877
and a net profit of $28,504. This gave a dividend of
5.39 percent on sales.
By DARRYL HOLYK another possible rate in- drant rentals and transfers debenture from upgrading
crease. to the utility reserve bring the Water Treatment Plant 1969 – A stillage tank at Canada’s Manitoba distill-
T he Town of Minnedosa
Utility Operating Fund
saw a deficit of $111,510
Revenue from water
sales (residential, com-
mercial and bulk) for
the total utility revenue to
$1,758,313. The budgeted
balanced expenditure side
by the Husky plant. This
debenture will be paid off
in the year 2025. $445,000
ery in Minnedosa broke open early Tuesday spilling
nearly 18,000 gallons of boiling mash in the plant
area. One employee suffered burns to both feet.
for 2018. This is due to the 2019 has been budgeted sees expenses of $948,345 has also been budgeted for Damages as a result of this break are estimated at
fact that expenses related at $1,297,000. Other util- for water and $180,145 utility capital projects this $10,000.
to operating the water and ity revenues include such for sewer. There is also a year.
sewer utility continue to things as penalties, hy- $184,823 payment for the
come in higher than the 1979 – Fehr’s Sound Shop, the Radio Shack dealer
revenue. in Minnedosa and Neepawa, advertises a two-piece
The Town submitted portables eight-track stereo on sale for $59.95. To ac-
a water rate study to the company it, you can pick up a eight track carrying
Manitoba Public Utilities case for $14.95.
Board and has been wait-
ing for some time to hear 1989 – The Minnedosa Tribune won two second
the PUB’s decision on it. places and one third place at the Manitoba Commu-
It is expected that once myCommunity nity Newspapers Association Convention in Winni-
this decision is made, the Neighbours Indeed peg. Former Tribune Publisher, Earle Gordon, was
Town will have to apply for Be a Neighbour... presented a Silver Quill Award for service to the pro-
And announce fession of 25 years or more.
these special events
to your community
Running on ●Birth of Child
1999 – Five athletes of the Minnedosa Centurions
brought home a total of 13 medals from the Mani-
Empty? ●Wedding
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Print jobs can take up to Field Championship. The local winners included
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MHDA Boys Mentorship Communities in Bloom Planning


Wind-Up Party Another Busy Season
By KAREN MITCHELL celebrate their heritage committee will commu- build the frames. The com-
and unique potential. nicate this information mittee is currently explor-

T he Minnedosa Com-
munities in Bloom
(CIB) committee contin-
Upcoming projects
that are set to happen
include; the town-wide
once they receive word. At
last years conference and
awards held in Morris, the
ing areas in the town, while
taking into consideration
for the deer that roam free-
ues to keep the beautifi- cleanup, taking place on committee received five ly throughout the commu-
cation and enhancement the evening of May 13th. blooms and special men- nity. “A community garden
of Minnedosa forefront in Garbage bags will be pro- tion was made to Dalrym- contributes to a healthy
their overall efforts. Gear- vided, however please ple’s Greenhouse. lifestyle in so many ways
ing up for another busy bring gloves with you. The Projects the commit- including; providing fresh,
season, the CIB committee committee encourages tee is currently working to- safe, affordable herbs,
not only has a list of proj- all residents to be sure to wards include; a mural for fruits and vegetables;
ects that are set to be com- come out to help and also Main Street. Currently, the helping to relive stress and
pleted, but also a list of to clean up their own yards committee is looking for a increase a sense of well-
hopeful projects they are and boulevards before the local artist that would like ness; getting people active,
Photo submitted working on. May long weekend, “a litter the challenge of creating which improves overall
The committee of free community is a beau- a mural on a Main Street physical health; providing
(L-R): Cullen, Dax, Munro, Murdoch, Connor,
sixteen members, are tiful inviting community.” wall. “It’s no secret that social opportunities that
Rhogan, Cearan and Lachlan
definitely a hardwork- In the month of June, murals make our neigh- build a sense of communi-
ing dedicated bunch who the committee will be pre- borhoods beautiful. They ty and belonging and giv-
SUBMITTED
Minnedosa is lucky to paring and planting pots add colour to the build- ing people an opportunity
have on their side. The on Main Street. The plants ing walls and streets that to learn and share knowl-
E ight boys from the Manitoba Highland Dance Asso-
ciation (MHDA) Boys Mentorship program held a
wind-up party at Crystal’s Studio in Minnedosa on Sat-
Manitoba communities in
Bloom program provides a
have been ordered already
from both local green-
would otherwise go un-
noticed, which is a treat for
edge on gardening, nature
and cooking,” said Linda.
comprehensive evaluation houses, Dalrymple’s and locals and tourists alike,” Minnedosa Commu-
urday, April 13th.
beneficial to community Skoglund’s. said Linda Bertram of nities in Bloom is hopeful
A practice was led by Jennifer Lange and her son
development. It encour- The committee will Minnedosa CIB. on both of the proposed
Connor. This was followed by a potluck lunch, pictures
ages all sectors of the com- once again be entering Raised community projects and view both as
and a performance at the Minnedosa Personal Care
munity to work together to the Provincial Competi- gardens, is another project representing the values
Home. Cearan and Rhogan Scott also played a couple of
develop best practices to tion that occurs annu- that the committee is pur- and overall philosophy of
tunes on their fiddles. They finished off the event with ice
achieve clean, green sus- ally. No dates have been suing. The plan is to ask the the committee.
cream from Farmhouse 50.
tainable communities that set as of yet, however the members of Men’s Shed to

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Premier’s Youth Volunteer Award For Trinity Nylen


By KAREN MITCHELL how those words made the ice-making at the lo-
him feel. That night I came cal curling rink and clean-

O n Thursday, April
11th, at the Club Re-
gent Event Centre in Win-
home from school asking
my family at the supper
table, what it means to be
ing at the town’s camp-
ground. She is known as
a hard-working and de-
nipeg, Trinity Nylen was gay and why it would be so pendable employee who is
honoured with the Mani- upsetting to my classmate. a self-starter and seems to
toba Premier’s Volunteer My parents explained to have endless energy to get
Service Award. me what it meant to be things done.
Trinity, who lives in gay and clarified there was “Though my life has
Erickson, is a 17-year-old, nothing wrong with being been short, I have been
grade 12 student attend- gay, it just isn’t very com- given the amazing oppor-
ing Minnedosa Collegiate. mon where we live. I didn’t tunity to meet many differ-
“I was incredibly hon- know it then, but this first ent types of people going
oured, as well as thank- real interaction with dis- through many different
ful to receive this award. crimination sparked a pas- things,” said Trinity. “After
I don’t often think about sion within me that would seeing the hardships many
getting awards for helping lead me to help others.” other people have faced, I
at school or in the com- When Trinity was in feel as though I should use
munity so for someone to the ninth grade she was the resources that I have
recognize the work I do involved in an ATV acci- access to in my school and
feels really good. I think dent. She spent nearly a Photo submitted community to help people
that awards like this are a month in hospitals recov- who are not necessarily
great way to inform people ering, however continues Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister, Trinity Nylen given the same chance. I
about ways they can get in- to struggle daily with pain. and Riding Mountain MLA Greg Nesbitt. know that it would have
volved and make a differ- Trinity recently returned never been possible for me
ence. home from a surgery in to receive this award with-
Scott Gray, a family Winnipeg and eagerly ex- ciated with mental health Trinity. “Along with other crimination and mental out the help of the staff and
friend, nominated Trinity plains, “I am healing up issues. Upon her return members of MCI’s PRYDE health. students of MCI, as well as
for this award by writing great! I am back at home, to school, she advocated group we have brought in In addition to all these my past school Erickson
a heartwarming letter ex- and hope to be back play- for her high school to of- many presenters to our activities, Trinity is active Collegiate. I am so thank-
plaining why he felt she ing rugby in no time.” fer Mental Health First Aid schools, hosted assemblies in school sports, playing on ful on how much they al-
was worthy of recognition. Trinity credits this training to students. When and conferences, as well the soccer and basketball lowed and encouraged me
“I have known Trinity her horrific experience as sig- this initiative was unsuc- as doing small fundraisers teams. She has also taken to accomplish.”
entire life and have had nificant in awakening her cessful, she approached to donate to the organiza- on positions to help in the
the privilege of watching to issues around mental the local community col- tions which focus on dis- community, assisting with
her develop from someone health. “While it would lege to access this training
who felt compassion for have been easy to become for herself. She received
her certification in Mental
another she saw hurting, focused on herself during
Health First Aid from the The Minnedosa Tribune presents…
into someone who joined this difficult time, Trinity
groups to address social befriended another youth Mental Health Commis- Minnedosa’s Official Tourist Guide…

Minnedosa
issues, and finally into a who was in the hospital sion of Canada in Decem-
leader that others follow,” receiving treatment for se- ber 2018.”
wrote Gray. “I am nominat- vere anorexia,” wrote Gray. “I try my best to edu-
ing Trinity for this Youth “This friendship ignited in cate students and mem-
Volunteer award because Trinity a passion for ad- bers of the community
of her extraordinary efforts dressing the stigma asso- as much as I can,” said
to raise awareness in her
community about discrim-
ination in its various forms RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF OAKVIEW
and the leadership she has PUBLIC NOTICE
shown in affecting change. REGARDING THE 2019 Since 1996, The Minnedosa Tribune has been proud to compile, design, publish and
She has committed her FINANCIAL PLAN distribute our community’s tourist guide.
time in two different high
schools to various com-
Just in time for May long weekend, 5,000 printed copies of
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to
mittees including the Gay Subsection 162 (2) of The Municipal Act that the
The Beachcomber will be distributed locally,
Straight Alliance, Student Council of the R. M. of Oakview intends to present through Riverbank Discovery Centre and Travel Manitoba.
Council, C.H.A.N.G.E. its financial plan for the fiscal year 2019 at a public
(Citizens Helping All Na-
tions Grow Equally), Mod-
hearing in the R. M. of Oakview council
chambers at 10 Cochrane Street in Oak River on You can be a part of it!
el UN, P.R.Y.D.E (Please
Respect Your Diverse Envi-
Tuesday, the 7th day of May, 2019 at 10:00 a.m.
Council will hear any person who wishes to make a If you have taken photos that showcase Minnedosa in a
ronment) and causes such
as Dressember.”
representation, ask questions, or register an objection
to the financial plan, as provided. positive light to visitors we would be happy to include
Gray’s nomination ap-
plication included some of
Copies of the proposed financial plan will be them in our official tourist guide. You will be named as
available for review commencing on the 25th day
Trinity’s own words as they of April, 2019 and may be examined by any person the photographer for any images we
best describe her motiva- during regular office hours of the Municipal office at
tion for becoming involved Oak River or Rapid City. Please note the municipal
offices will be closed on April 29th – May 1st, 2019,
select for publication.
in volunteerism. “I grew
up in a small conservative
community in rural Mani-
both inclusive for the annual MMAA Conference.
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Diane Kuculym ad space in this year’s Beachcomber.
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Abandoned House Razed by Flames


Continued from Page 1 residents may recall the After setting up, cutting
property being known as down some nearby trees
In the December Hutton Brothers Farms and doing a final sweep of
7th, 1883 edition of The operated by Charles and the house to ensure there
Minnedosa Tribune, it is Agnes’ sons, Charles Jr. were no explosives or liv-
reported that a founding “King” and John Hutton. ing creatures still inside,
meeting and nominations Due to the fact that the flares were lit just after
for the new Rural Munici- the old house had been 10 a.m. It didn’t take long
pality of Clanwilliam was the location for the found- before the “whoosh” of ig-
held at the Cudhie home. ing meeting of the R.M. of nition was heard and soon
Peter was nominated for Clanwilliam, and that its after the house was fully
head of the new council original owner had been engulfed in flames. By 12
and in January 1884, he the area’s first Postmaster noon, the house was noth-
was elected as the first and Reeve, there had been ing more than a smoulder-
Reeve for the R.M. of Clan- at one time, a suggestion ing pile of ash and embers.
william. The Cudhie fam- to have the Cudhie house In addition to mem-
ily resided here for only a designated as a heritage ories people may have
short period before relo- site. This never came to of the old Cudhie/Hut-
cating to the United States fruition and the structure ton house, parts of it do
in 1886. continued to sit empty and still exist. The original log
In July 1888, The Tri- deteriorate to the point of house had been covered
bune reported that the no return. over with wood siding and
Cudhie farm was sold to After standing proud a number of years ago, af-
Mr. Robt. and Geo. Rowat and tall for close to 140 ter sitting vacant for some
for $1,950. This sale was years, the old Cudhie/ time, much of this siding
conducted through Robert Hutton house was re- was salvaged by Jim Hud-
Hill Myers, who a few years duced to a pile of ash on dleston and the late Kitty
later would later build “the the morning of April 13th. Talbot. It was used on the
castle” in Minnedosa. The Minnedosa Fire De- new garage at her property, Photos by
In the early 1900s, partment arrived on scene “In the Wind Manor”, the
around 9:30 that morning heritage designated stone
Darryl Holyk
the Cudhie property be-
came home to Charles and to prepare for a scheduled house at the bottom of the
Agnes Hutton and fam- control burn to remove Minnedosa Cemetery hill.
ily. More recently, area the old, now unsafe house. At right, a once cozy
family kitchen had
become a room of
sagging floors and
fallen plaster.

At left, corner details of


the original log house.

Below, the top of a


nearby spruce tree
caught fire but was
quickly extinguished.
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, April 19, 2019 9

Topham Attends 4-H Conference in Washington


By KAREN MITCHELL country and the world and bassy and were given a
made me realize the vari- tour and the opportunity

F rom Saturday, April 6th


to Thursday, April 11th
Rayna Topham attended a
ety of opportunities there
are outside of our small
town.”
to meet with Adam Barratt,
Minister-Counsellor
Congressional Affairs and
of

National US 4-H Confer- Prior to attending Gizem Eras and Christine


ence in Washington, DC. the National Conference, McKee, who were Agricul-
Rayna, daughter Rayna had to send in an ture Counsellors at the em-
of Gary and Corinne application to 4-H Mani- bassy. After our stop at the
Topham, is 17-years- toba and be selected for an embassy, we visited two
old currently enrolled in interview. “After being in- Smithsonians; the Nation-
Grade 12 Minnedosa Col- terviewed, I was chosen as al Museum of Natural His-
legiate. Rayna belongs to the delegate to attend the tory and the Botanic Gar-
several volunteer commit- conference on behalf of den. We also had a chance
tees including; delegate Manitoba. It was an hon- to see the Capitol Building
for Model United Nations our to be selected as there and the Whitehouse.”
Minnedosa Collegiate were many other 4-H’ers Rayna will be doing a
Foundation, P.R.Y.D.E. from all over Manitoba presentation on her trip at
(Please Respect Your Di- who applied as well.” the 4-H clubs achievement
verse Environment), and The National US 4-H night held on April 25th
Minnedosa Credit Union Conference is a nation- at the Minnedosa United
Youth Board. She is also wide event for 4-H mem- Church. “The friendships
current Student Council bers from the United I made during this trip is
Secretary at school and is States. The US 4-H orga- something I will always
on several committees for nization invites delegates hold close to my heart,”
Graduation in June. Last from 4-H Canada in hopes said Rayna. “4-H has given
Photo submitted
year, she was honoured of broadening each other’s me more opportunities
with a prestigious Youth understanding of 4-H in than I can count, and I
Volunteer Award from their own countries. By range from dealing with at the conference centre have met some of my clos-
“It was important for the effects of a natural preparing for presenta-
Manitoba Tourism. discussing similarities and me to attend the Nation- est friends through 4-H.
Having been in the differences between 4-H disaster to having some- tions (as the round tables Having the chance to con-
al US 4-H Conference in one close to you suddenly were the main focus of the
Minnedosa 4-H club for in the US and Canada, Washington, DC because nect and bond with 4-H’ers
several years, Rayna is no members are able to get pass away. After spend- conference), the members from Canada and across
I’ve always been passion- ing three days working on were also able to do some
newcomer to the benefits new ideas from each other ate about helping others the US was an amazing
she sees from the organi- to take back to their own our presentation, we suc- touring and sightseeing. experience and the memo-
and creating a positive im- cessfully presented it to “On the second day (Sun-
zation. “The 4-H program states and provinces. In pact. At the conference, we ries we created together
and the places I have been total there were nine Ca- our assigned government day), during the evening, will stay with me forever.”
were divided into groups agency and they were very we went on a Monument
able to travel because of nadian delegates, and one and assigned a topic, Following graduation
it, mean the world to me. chaperone that attended. impressed with what we Tour and saw many of the from MCI, Rayna plans to
which we’d have to pres- had to say and took all of memorials in Washing-
4-H has had a huge im- There was one representa- ent our youth perspective attend Brandon University
pact on shaping me to be tive from every province, our suggestions very seri- ton,” recalls Rayna. “My to obtain her Bachelor of
on,” explained Topham. ously. Moving on, I hope favourite was the Martin
the person I am today and except Alberta and Que- “My topic was Trauma Arts, majoring in English
I’m incredibly thankful for bec. New Brunswick sent to start a discussion locally Luther King Memorial as it and minoring in Indig-
Informed and my group at my high school on how was one of the largest and
the ten years I have been a two 4-H’ers as one repre- presented to The Depart- enous and Native Studies.
member of the program,” sented the English 4-H in we can be more inclusive had the greatest impact on After completing her Bach-
ment of Health and Hu- to those suffering from a me because of his famous
explained Rayna. “Being New Brunswick, and the man Services. We focused elor of Arts, she would like
able to travel has broad- other represented Franco- trauma and what we could quotes that surrounded his to apply to the Faculty of
on explaining the diversity be doing to better support sculpture. On our second
ened my perspective of our phone 4-H. of trauma, and how it can Education at Brandon Uni-
them.” last day (Wednesday), all versity in hopes of becom-
Although the major- of the Canadian delegates ing a high school English
ity of her trip was spent visited the Canadian Em- teacher.

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Sandy Lake News


By Diane Bachewich daughter of Morley and home in Fort McMurray, also visited their daughter ing cooking class which Doug and Linda Hayhurst
Kathy Lungal of Gretna. AB when Roger completes Marla-Rae in Denver, Col- was held at the Minnedosa are back home from their

E velyn Lockhart re-


turned home recently
from visiting with her
John Ewashko of Er-
ickson and Dale Ross of
Flin Flon are the newest
his English and electrician
education.
Iris Lutzek and daugh-
orado. They reported that
the temperature in Yuma
was somewhat cooler than
United Church hall put on
by Darlene Porter of Pon-
derosa Cooks.
visit to Germany. Doug
made sure he was home in
time for the Easter Bunny!
daughter Candace in San residents at the Sandy Lake ter Kaitlyn and mother usual. While in Yuma they It’s nice to see Doug Robert Lewandoski
Charles, California. Personal Care Home. Christine of Morden were also visited brother-in-law and Liz Watson are back has been transferred to the
The community was Francis Kuzmak has out to celebrate Pete Won- Red Liebing and friend home after spending the Minnedosa Hospital from
shocked to hear of the sud- returned home from Cal- sel’s 94th birthday at the Irene and Scotty and Car- winter down south. the Brandon Hospital.
den passing of Paul Rich- gary where she house sat Personal Care Home. They ol Bain along with some Happy Eater to those Diane Lungal, Di-
coon at his home at the age and looked after the cat also visited with Irene others from Sandy Lake celebrating on the English ane Bachewich, Sadie
of 57. The funeral service while daughter Roseann Shandala. who were also vacationing calendar and XPNCTOC Rystephanuk and John
was held at the Ukrainian and husband Mike were Raymond and Lu- there. BOOKPEC to the ones cel- Domaschuk took in the
Catholic Church on Mon- holidaying in Australia. cille Lewandoski have re- Sadie Rystephanuk ebrating on the Julian one. North and South Shuffle-
day and interment at the On March 23rd, Gloria turned from their vacation and Diane Bachewich at- Have a nice holiday every- board Finals in Oak Lake
parish cemetery. Deepest Campbell of Sandy Lake in Yuma, Arizona. They tended a plant-based-eat- one! on Friday.
sympathy to his mother and Millie Ernest of Shoal
Vicky and family. Lake attended the wed-

Newdale News
Darlene Nechwediuk ding of Gloria’s daughter,
and her sister Georgina Dayna to Roger Sanchez at
recently flew to Calgary Granad, Nicuagua. During
where they met up with this time Gloria and Mil-
their other sister Bev. From lie had the opportunity to By Raven’s Glen wi block Christmas decora- Brent Fortune. Early Bird Club motored
there, the three sisters en- tour the beautiful colonial tions, knitted items, deco- How many Tiger to Hamiota on April 9th
joyed a holiday in Las Ve- town of Granada and see
gas.
Congratulations to
the countryside which is
spotted with volcanos.
N ewdale Craft Club
hosted their “Show
and Tell” on Saturday,
rated glasses, wine gift
bags made from old ties,
mittens and those handy
Wood’s fans were thrilled
to see him win the Masters
Golf Tournament last Sun-
to play whist in the North/
South Playoffs. Ida Brad-
ley and Linda Baker; Ei-
Cliff and Diane Lungal on Some are active and some April 13th in the communi- felted dryer balls. After day, his fifth green jacket. leen Bradley and Shirley
becoming great grandpar- are dormant. They also ty hall. What an absolutely viewing the many items Do they re-cycle them? Pederson enjoyed the day
ents for the first time. A spent time at the ocean beautiful array of interest- guests were treated to cof- Then we thought the curl- but the cards were not very
great granddaughter was side town of San Juan De ing items each member fee and cookies. Many ing was done but surprise – favourable to them. It’s
born to their granddaugh- Sur, which bordered the had hand-crafted over the exclamations were heard it wasn’t and still one more always an enjoyable day
ter Brittany and Cael Enns Pacific Ocean. The newly- winter months. Quilts of around the hall compli- to go! And if the Jets don’t visiting with folks you only
of Brandon. Brittany is the weds will be making their all sizes, paintings, glass- menting members on their improve it may be a short see once a year at these an-
winters work! Door prizes series! nual Playoffs.
were awarded to the lucky Visiting with Grant

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April 11th
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Invitations which he does if weather and he has pictures! They
1st - Jim Burgess /
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Envelopes was celebrated with the day and treats at the Hotel
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Audrah Caughell
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Social Tickets ing to Jesus’ crucifixion Tolton spent last weekend
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any advertisement which is published. make it look great!
• Starting at $339.00 Clanwilliam Trivia
RATES (includes 45 lines of
space)
Night. Friday, April 26th.
Doors open at 7:00 p.m. Tick-
$9.00 for first 40 words, additional words .10 each. WE SUPPLY. • The ads blanket the
ets $12.00. Available from Liz
WE BUILD. province and run in
Repeat ads - Half Price. MCNA’s 48 Manitoba Davies at 204-865-2429 or
WE REPAIR.
community Colleen Cook 204-867-7209.
Classified Display - $9.00/col. inch each insert. (Incl. logo, box &
• Custom Fence & Gates newspapers To us she wears an Come out for a night of fun!
bolding, and centering). • Agricultural Fencing • Very cost effective invisible superhero cape. (4-3) x
Happy Snaps: (Birthday, Engagement, Wedding, Birth, & • Repair & Maintenance
means of getting She lives on a farm with some
• Removal & Haul Away
Graduation) - $16.00 for the first 20 words and the picture. • Commercial & Residential
your message out to special animals, including Live Music  at the
the widest possible a big hairy ape.
Obituaries: - $6.50 per col. inch. • Temporary Fence Minnedosa Legion on  Fri-
• Containment Fence audience
Has a BIG heart and an day, April 26th  from  7:00 -
Reach the entire province (50 weekly newspapers) $189.00 • General Construction Contact this newspaper even bigger funny bone. 9:30 p.m. featuring  “The DR
Westman and Eastman: $119.00 • Facilities & Airports NOW or MCNA at
• Material Sourcing
But has no clue how to Blues Band”. If you like the
All Ads plus 5% G.S.T. 204.947.1691 or email use her smart phone. blues and 50’s 60’s dance mu-
• Highway Guardrails
classified@mcna.com
• Fabrication - e.g. Gates She helps kids sic then come on down.  Mu-
Deadlines Serving MB & SK
www.mcna.com learn in school. sicians jam session from 9:30
info@guardianfencing.ca With her hot flashes to closing.  A free will offering
Classified advertisements must be submitted no later
long gone, for the Minnedosa Beach En-
than noon Tuesday for insertion in the following Friday’s
edition. All classified advertisements must be prepaid BEFORE
204-573-7920
Brandon, MB REAL ESTATE she doesn’t worry hancement and Playground
about staying cool. Committee will take place at
insertion.
She wears glasses 8:00 p.m.  (5-3) x
The Minnedosa Tribune is not responsible for House for Sale in Minne-
and has short hair.
typographical errors published AFTER the first insertion, nor dosa. 341 – 4th St. N.E. Minnedosa Perform-
Shares her name with
does it assume responsibility for errors published as a result of $274,900. Call 204-573-9370. ing Arts Committee (Expres-
Madonna without the Ma,
an advertisement placed, changed, or cancelled, by telephone. (3-2) x sions Concert Series) will be
But sadly her dance moves
To ensure your advertisement appears correctly please submit and fashion don’t compare. holding their AGM on Mon-
it in person, by fax, mail, or email. Mother to one amazingly day, April 29th at 6:30 p.m. at
awesome kid, MCI Library. All are welcome
Who may or may not to attend! (5-2) x
FOR SALE have wrote this.
Minnedosa United
With an artificial body part,
She’s well on her way to Church Spring Smorg. Sun-
BATTERIES FOR EVERY- COLORADO BLUE becoming an old fart. day, April 28th, 2019 from
THING. Automotive, farm, SPRUCE: $1.49/each for a 63 Centre Street, Erick- 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Adults 
My oh my don’t be shy!
construction, ATV, mar- box of 180 ($268.20). Also son, MB. 1,100 sq. ft. home $15.00, 11 and under $6.50, 5
If you know who this lady is,
ine, motorcycle, golf carts, full range of tree, shrub and built in 1987 on a corner lot. and under Free. Ham, meat-
Help us wish her a BIG 6-0
phones, tools, radios, com- berry seedlings for shelter- 3 bedrooms – 2 up, 1 down, balls, scalloped potatoes;
on April 18th.
puters etc. Reconditioned, belts. Free shipping. Growth 2 bathrooms – 1 up, 1 down, vegetables; salads; home-
obsolete and hard-to-find guarantee. 1-844-873-3700 or finished basement. Double made pies, tea and coffee. (5-
Love and Best wishes
batteries. SOLAR equipment. TreeTime.ca attached garage. $179,000. 3) x
Rachel, Lyle, Tilly, Balto,
The Battery Man. Winnipeg. Call 204-636-7800. (5-8) x
Oscar, Gus, Bella,
1.877.775.8271 www.battery- Selling something? Let Save the date! Minnedo-
Peaches, Gert, Gordie,
man.ca The Tribune’s readers know. sa District Museum and Heri-
Basic word ads start at $9.00 FOR RENT Thelma, Louise and the
Feathered Flock.
tage Village presents Gordon
for up to 40 words. Email Goldsborough, More Aban-
x
class@minnedosatribune. Two bedroom mobile 2 bedroom mobile home. All doned Manitoba: Rivers,
com or call 204-867-3816. home. Four appliances. Avail- appliances included, attached Rails and Ruins. Wednesday,
able May 1st. Call 204-868- garage. Asking $800/month. May 15th at 7 p.m. at the 50+
0946. (4-tfn) x Call 204-868-5300. (5-4) x Centre. Don’t miss it!
12 Friday, April 19, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

COMING EVENTS AUCTIONS NOTICES IN MEMORIAM HELP WANTED


TELUS MANITOBA 2019 Advertisements and In Loving Memory of
MOTORCYCLE RIDE FOR statements contained herein FRED The Association of Manitoba Community Pastures (AMCP) is an
DAD. Fighting Prostate Can- are the sole responsibility of April 20th, 1920 – organization led by an elected Board comprised of members from its
cer Saturday, May 25th 10 a.m. the persons or entities that March 10th, 1995 patron’s. The AMCP is responsible for custom grazing cattle at numerous
Official Start Earl’s Polo Park post the advertisement, and DENNIS locations in the province of Manitoba. Its head office and this position are
Shopping Centre. Register on- the Manitoba Community April 15th, 1957 – located in Minnedosa, Manitoba.
line: ridefordad.ca/manitoba Newspaper Association and January 6th, 2012 Our company is seeking a positive, self motivated individual to become
membership do not make STEVE ZWARITCH a member of our team as an Administrative Assistant to provide human
Advertise your upcoming any warranty as to the ac- August 26th, 1927 – resource, administrative and clerical support.
event in The Tribune. Basic curacy, completeness, truth- March 14th, 2005
word ads start at $9.00 for up fulness or reliability of such HELEN
Duties to include but not limited to:
to 40 words. Run the same ad a advertisements. For greater July 1st, 1931 – • providing office support ie. answering phones, mail/email, data
second week at HALF PRICE! information on advertising May 21st, 2018 entry, etc.;
Email class@minnedosatri- conditions, please consult the • responsible for payroll for up to 50 staff, balancing payroll and
bune.com or call 204-867- Association’s Blanket Adver- You are missed and loved reconciling accounts, processing all hiring and termination related
3816. tising Conditions on our web- There isn’t a day documents;
site at www.mcna.com. that goes by • providing day to day support to the General Manager;
Minnedosa Health Dis- that we don’t • assisting pasture managers, other staff and the public with
trict Auxiliary’s Florence Do you have a PRESS think about you. inquiries;
Nightingale Luncheon and RELEASE / MEDIA ADVISO- Although we can’t see you. • providing support to the Board of Directors, taking minutes at
Bake Sale will be held at RY that needs to go out? Let you are always in our hearts. meetings, etc.;
Minnedosa Legion Clubroom us help you with that! Though Rest in Peace. • providing assistance in accounts payable and receivable.
on Friday, May 3rd 11:30 a.m. – we cannot guarantee publica- The successful candidate should have two years post-secondary
1:00 p.m. Adults $10.00, Chil- tion, MCNA will get the infor- Always remembered education ie Business Administration; or equivalent of one to three years
dren 6-12 $5.00, preschool mation into the right hands The Zariwneys. job related experience; or an equivalent combination of education and
Free. (6-3) x for ONLY $35.00 + GST/HST. x experience.
We also do Media Monitoring,
Fundraiser for the For more information please visit our website www.pastures.ca
Minnedosa Personal Care
if you would like to follow up HEALTH
and see who picked up the Please email Resume, including references & cover letter to
Home.  Tickets $5.00 each.  material. Call MCNA (204) amcp@pastures.ca by April 26, 2019.
Prize Deep Freeze & $400.00 947-1691 for more informa-
Co-Op Gift Cards.  Draw Date Trouble
tion, or email classified@ Walking? We thank all applicants for their interest.
May 16th. Tickets on sale now mcna.com for details. www. Only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
at the Personal Care Home, mcna.com Hip or Knee (5-2)
Minnedosa Credit Union, Replacement?
50+ Centre, Pharmacy.  Tick- Municipality of Harrison Park
STEEL BUILDINGS Restrictions in daily
ets will also be on sale at the
Minnedosa Co-op on April
RTM HOMES activities? Employment Opportunity
25th from 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 FOR SALE STEEL BUILDING SALE
$2,500
Tax Credit
TRACTOR/MOWER OPERATOR
p.m.  Further details call Lori ... “BIG BLOWOUT SALE – The Municipality of Harrison Park is recruiting for the position of a
at 204-867-2569. X 1648 SQFT ALL BUILDINGS PRICED TO
$40,000
SHOWHOME refund cheque/ Tractor/Mower Operator to undertake roadside mowing, as well as
CLEAR!” 20x23 $5,977. 23x25 rebates
Expressive Dance with Ready-to-Move $5,954. 25x27 $7,432. 30x31
other duties as requested, starting on May 13, 2019.
Crystal presents… A storyline Disability Tax
loosely based on storybook $139,000 $9,574. 32x31 $9,648. One
Credit. The successful candidate will be self-motivated and will have a
End Wall Included. Pioneer demonstrated ability to work as a member of a team. Experience
characters which features as is 204-453-5372
Steel 1-855-212-7036 www.
dancing and acting. Writer,
Exterior clad with pioneersteel.ca www.disabilitytaxcreditwinnipeg.com in operating and maintaining machinery is an asset.
Director, Choreographer and
Instructor – Crystal Scott. En-
James Hardie siding. This position is classified as Village General Maintenance under the
chanted Tea Party. The Loo-
Huron Tri-pane
windows, fir plywood.
ANNOUNCEMENT LOANS current Collective Agreement and is seasonal.
ney Topper has a hair-brain
scheme to host an enchanted
Interior drywalled Any persons interested are requested to submit a resume and cover
and ready to paint.
tea party. Invitations are hand- letter to the Municipal Office, no later than April 25, 2019 at 4:00
ed out to random people. A Call 204-346-4231 p.m.
transformation is disguised as to view or online at
wgiesbrechthomes.ca For further details please contact:
tea. Once each person drinks
their tea, they transform into
Need Tamara Sellman
storybook characters but only MISCELLANEOUS Cash? Assistant Chief Administrative Officer
for a short time. Come on out SERVICES • We Loan Municipality of Harrison Park
and find out what happens! • Easy application
30th Annual Dance Shows Terry’s Home Enrich- • Approval with Box 190 Onanole, MB R0J 1N0
2018 – 2019. Friday, May 10th ment Maintenance. T.H.E.M. collateral Phone: 204-848-7614 Fax: 204-848-2082
at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, May cell 868 8088 (them@live.ca) • Title Loans Email: admin@harrisonpark.ca
11th at 1:00 p.m. at the Strath- MINOR REPAIRS and MAIN- • No Credit Check
clair Bend Theatre. Purchase TENANCE in your home! • We service ALL of The Municipality of Harrison Park would like to thank all that
High quality painting  (Inter- Manitoba apply in advance and advise that only those selected for
tickets in advance. Friday,
ior and Exterior), Fix-it jobs.
April 26th from 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 Call Dan Devloo further consideration will be contacted.
p.m. and Saturday, April 27th (5-11) x  (204) 526-7093 (5-2)
from 9:00 a.m. – noon. Main EMPLOYMENT CAI Financial
floor and balcony $10.00.
Come by reserved seating
OPPORTUNITIES
Unit K - 2151 Portage Ave.
Winnipeg MB NOW HIRING DISHWASHERS
www.caifinancial.ca
at Crystal’s Dance Studio in Dream Job! Live in care- We are currently looking for reliable, hard working people
Minnedosa (102 – 3rd Ave.
N.W.) or call 204-867-2446
giver/housekeeper. Summers
in Winnipeg and winters in
A GOT to join our Resturant Department. The successful individual
can work under pressure, take direction well and be able to
(starting at noon on April
26th) Tickets might be avail-
the tropics. Call 204-997-
CARD OF THANKS D YOUR
maintain cleanliness and sanitation standards. S/he must be
able at the door. But don’t wait
4629.
V ATTENTION? able to stay on their feet for long periods of time, willing to
until it’s too late! (6-2) x
FEED AND SEED Thank you to every- E Book this
work shifting hours and able to lift a minimum of 10 lbs. Time
one who called, visited and management and thoroughness are essential to this position.
Minnedosa Multi-Pur-
pose and Minnedosa Teens FORAGE SEED FOR
brought goodies at the time of R space for Experience not necessary.
4-H Club Achievement. April
25th, 2019 at Minnedosa Unit-
SALE: Organic and conven-
my knee surgery. Everything
was really appreciated. Ken T your next ad
To apply please send your resume to:
ed Church, Doors open at 6:00
tional: Sweet Clover, Alfalfa,
Red Clover, Smooth Brome,
Betteridge x I Call
Dan Hunter by fax (204.848.2109) or
and program begins at 7:00.
Dessert auction to be held
Meadow Brome, Crested
Wheatgrass, Timothy, etc.
S 204-867-3816
email- dan.hunter@elkhornresort.mb.ca
www.elkhornresort.mb.ca
after the program. Everyone
welcome. x
Free Delivery! Birch Rose E for more
information!
1.866.355.4676 | 204.848.2802
Onanole, Manitoba
Acres Ltd. 306-921-9942.
! (6-4)
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, April 19, 2019 13

HELP WANTED
Solutions and
Substitutions
ROLLING RIVER SCHOOL DIVISION By
Head Custodians
Rivers Collegiate - 8 hours per day REENA NERBAS
Onanole School - 5.5 hours per day
12 months per year - split shift positions
The Custodian provides cleaning and minor maintenance services to ensure a TOWN OF MINNEDOSA Dear Reena, onto the plane. When I ar-
positive physical environment of the school building. I’ve been reading new rived at the groom’s house, in
Qualifications:
PUBLIC WORKS AND OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT recipes and have come across Mexico, I unpacked my suit
Required: EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY some words that I can’t wrap and noticed that it was com-
• Grade 12 my brain around. What is the pletely wrinkled. My friend (the
The Town of Minnedosa is looking for a team orientated difference between broth, groom) turned the suit inside
• Prior work-related cleaning and building maintenance experience
• A working knowledge of and experience with commercial cleaning individual who will be able to provide physical support and bouillon and stock? Harold out and placed it into a garment
equipment assistance in the day to day delivery of services and to bag and into the washing ma-
• Prior successful experience planning work activities, providing work load Good question Harold! chine (without me knowing).
operate a variety of equipment in the construction, care and Broth and bouillon are words He used the cold delicate cycle,
direction or employee supervision
• Ability to work as effectively with others as a member of a team
maintenance of the Town’s infrastructure and a wide range of that can be used interchange- and when the suit was washed,
• Physically fit and capable of performing physically demanding work. delivery of services. able. Traditional stock is made he turned it right side out again
• Ability to take initiative and work unsupervised with vegetables, bones and li- and hung it to dry. The suit was
• Ability to communicate effectively with people both orally and in writing
The successful applicant will possess: quid; with no seasonings. Stock wrinkle free and perfect! Sub-
• Able to work a split shift (early morning shift and late afternoon to • Grade 12 Diploma or Equivalent Education and/or is not a finished product and is mitted by Harold
typically added to soup and/
evening shift) Experience or sauces. Broth is the liquid Every winter I struggled
Preferred: • Valid Class 5 Driver’s License in which the bones have been with cracks around my finger-
• Current WHIMIS training and certification
• A working knowledge of and experience with commercial cleaning • Proven record of team work cooked and it is typically sea- nails, boy that smarts. Then my
soned. Broth may be served mom told me about melt paraf-
equipment • Experience in the safe operation of various types of ‘as is’ i.e. consume soup. Vege- fin wax. Here is the technique
• Valid Class 5 Drivers License equipment and vehicles table broth is the same as vege- I used, melt the wax and when
A willingness to complete and maintain WHMIS certification is a job requirement • The physical requirements to perform the work table stock. you can handle the temper-
ature, dip your hands into the
Salary as per C.U.P.E. Collective Agreement. Start date to be arranged. (by July This is a full time (40 hours per week) entry level laborer Dear Reena, wax three or four times. Let the
1, 2019).
focused position, wage based on OE987 Collective Agreement. Is it possible to renew wax dry and after 15 minutes.
For further information please contact Mr. Fred Scott, Maintenance Supervisor the look of my cutlery?  Either peel the wax off of your skin. No
at 867-2754 Ext. 239 fscott@rrsd.mb.ca
For additional information you may contact the Public Works the dishwasher, or our water more cracked, sore hands. Sub-
and Operations Manager, Kevin Marcino at 204-867-0037. which has a high rust content, mitted by Meghan
Please submit a covering letter with a comprehensive resume, addressing the
or both, have it looking pretty
stated qualifications and naming three work related references to the following Resumes will be received until 4:00 p.m. on Monday, May bad. Dana I used to bake breaded
by Tuesday, April 30, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. 6th, 2019 at the Town Office located at 103 Main Street (Box chicken, and although it tasted
Sarah Woychyshyn
Administrative Assistant, Human Resources 426) Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0. Dear Dana, good, the bottom was always
In commercial kitchens; it wet. It took me a long time to
Rolling River School Division Email: kmoyer@minnedosa.com is very common to toss cutlery realize that if I place a greased
Box 1170
Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
Fax: 204-867-2686 into a sink of plain old white wire rack under the chicken (on
vinegar, let soak and polish the rack): the chicken becomes
Phone: 867-2754 Fax: 867-2037 We thank all applicants for their interest in this position; with a cloth. Or cut a potato in crispy on both the top and bot-
E-Mail: swoychyshyn@rrsd.mb.ca half and sprinkle it with pow- tom. Submitted by Reena
however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
The Rolling River School Division thanks all applicants for their interest. dered laundry detergent, rub
(6-3)
Applicants selected for interviews will be contacted. onto spots, rinse and dry. Do- I run a bakery and have a
Employment is conditional upon an acceptable ing this gets rid of water and tip to share. Now a days there
Criminal Record and Child Abuse Registry Check.
VOLUNTEERS THINK rust spots. Bar Keepers Friend is a huge selection of beautiful
is another effective option. cupcake liners; the problem is
ADVERTISING To make your own silver or that when you bake cupcakes
stainless-steel cleaner: Place the bottom of the liner be-
Rolling River School Division IS EXPENSIVE? crumpled aluminum foil in a comes wet and greasy which
pan or plastic bucket. Dissolve ruins the professional look
A simple Classified one quarter cup washing soda of your baking. To avoid this,
Rolling River School Division is located in in enough hot water to cover drop one teaspoon raw rice
southwestern Manitoba, Canada in close proximity to
ad starts at the cutlery. Place cutlery on foil into the bottom of each muffin
and let stand for 5 mins. until cup on the baking sheet (not in
Riding Mountain National Park and Brandon. When disaster ONLY $9.00
strikes in your the stains are gone. Rinse and the liner, but underneath). Put
community, polish dry. cupcake liners overtop of the
TEACHERS required TRY ONE TODAY! rice before adding the batter.
you CAN help,
Elton Collegiate and we can 204-867-3816
I was invited to attend a
destination wedding last year.
The rice absorbs liquids which
keeps the liner dry. Submitted
show you how.
class@minnedosatribune.com I packed my suit and headed by Agatha
For more details and application information, please visit our website at
VOLUNTEER
www.rrsd.mb.ca select Employment then Teaching Positions.
WITH THE
Thank you to all applicants for their interest in
RED CROSS PROPERTIES FOR SALE
TODAY!
Rolling River School Division.
Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. Email:
vmb@redcross.ca Prairie Mountain Ph: 204-867-4657
Independently Owned Gwen Usick Fax: 204-867-2150
Phone: and Operated Broker Realtor
gwenu@mts.net
204-982-7634
G
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14 Friday, April 19, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

PROPERTIES FOR SALE

“Living in your
Community”
Proud Supporter

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


ricktaylor@remax.net

BIR CH
BIRCH Parish Backhoe
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GENERAL ●Septic Systems ●Weeping tiles
CONTRACTORS ●Water Systems ●Basements
• Specializing in water & sewer
Commercial ●All types of excavation●
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• All types of excavation
241 - 1ST AVE. S.W.
MINNEDOSA
171 - 6TH AVE. N.E.
MINNEDOSA
245 - 4TH AVE. S.W.
MINNEDOSA
• Basements, Demolition
• Snow removal
867-0400 water management
- 1,216 sq. ft. mobile home - 1,400 sq.ft. 3 + 1 bungalow
• Gravel, Topsoil 0r Call: Ian
- 1,380 sq. ft. 3 bedroom • Sales of septic tanks
- 3 bedroom, 2 bath - Immaculate condition and - Immaculate condition Kirk 867-0180 867-7506 874-2134 or 867-0383
- Near the river on a quiet lots of updates - Town view
street
Bryon Gaiser HWM
- Sunroom and double $294,900
$124,900 MLS #1908520 detached garage
EXCLUSIVE LISTING
$279,900 MLS #1822536
Truck & Skid
Steer Service
Competitive Rates
BILL HOPKINS
204-868-5702
DEMOLITION
204-867-0260
SEMI WITH LOW BED &hopkinswelding@hotmail.com
END DUMP
SCREW PILING

185 CENTENNIAL DR. 303 - 1ST AVE. S.W. 204 - 6TH AVE. N.W.
MINNEDOSA
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- 1,450 sq. ft. 1 3/4 storey
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ELECTRICAL EAVESTROUGH
- Close to Playground - Single garage and - Extensive renovations and
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Refridgeration
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Considering listing your Property? 30 Years 204-867-0260 5” AND 6” continuous
Call me today for great service at great rates! hopkinswelding@hotmail.com
eavestrough
Ex perience!!
Siding Roofing
Bus : 867-3950 Soffit Fascia

ACCOUNTING CONSTRUCTION Fa x: 867-2340


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

PRAIRIE REDI-MIX Electrician 204-867-3738


Minnedosa - 867-3853
R eady Mix Conc rete 204-868-5211 Email: mcreal@live.ca
Concrete forms, Rebar, Wire Mesh,
George Allard, FCGA*
Open Weeping Tile, Concrete Sealer, Snap Ties
Gateway Street All at Competitive
FERTILIZER FINANCE
Onanole, MB
204-848-7413
Mon - Fri 8:00 - 5:00
Saturday - 9:00 a.m. -
prices Jon Kowal
Howard Wirch, C.G.A*
9-515 4th Ave.
2:00 p.m. 867-0145 Custom
Shoal Lake, MB
Suite A
110 Main Street South Fertilizer Minnedosa
204-759-2680
Minnedosa Floating Credit Union
Dauphin Office - Call today to book your
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15 1st Ave. S.W. 204 867-5550 ● Fencing ● Exterior ● Finishing spring floating needs! 204-867-6350
Phone: 204-638-3005 ● Renovations ● Repairs Brad Ross
Fax: 204-638-5817
Darvin - 204-868-5869 204-867-6366
*Denotes Professional Corporation AUTO littlevalleyconstruction@live.ca
Robert - 204-867-7113 Terry McLenehan
204-868-5980 or 204-867-5544 Fairmount Solar and Electrics 204-867-6363
Susan Glasgow
For All Your Electrical Needs
CatharineÊ
204-874-2360
204-867-6353
Debbie Strelczik
MÊ GijsbersÊ 204-867-6360
Dan Quesnel
Chartered Professional BACKHOE & TRUCKING
Accountant Inc. 204-867-6359
Pinette
● AC
MinnedosaÊ Donna Dowsett
Ê 213ÊÊ 2ndÊ StÊ NEÊ Ê -Ê Ê BoxÊ 385Ê Ê 204-867-6361
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M&M ●Electrical
GRAIN 204-867-6352
Alayna McTavish

AUTO BODY Contracting HAULING 204-867-6354


BDO Canada LLP All Auto Body Repairs Ph: 867-3238
Trisha Paterson
204-867-6362
Chartered Joanne Clarke
Professional Accountants Ph: 867-2083 Cell: 868-5741
Brian Horner 204-867-6364
Farm, Business & Individual 5 Main St. North Gaylene Johnson
Grain & Fertilizer 204-867-6357
Professinal Services: Hauling Amber Johnson
- Tax
- Accounting Book this spot Book this spot 204-867-6374
Fax
204-867-6391
- Farm Programs $5.52/week $5.52/week E-mail
info@minnedosacu.mb.ca
Don Simpson, CPA, CA Call 204-867 3816
Call 204-867 3816 Website
www.MinnedosaCU.mb.ca
39 Main Street South, Minnedosa
204-867-2957
204-867-7182
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INSURANCE PLUMBING SEPTIC SERVICES SERVICES


MINNEDOSA
WAHOSKI G ORD K E L LY Lakeside St. Alphonsus
Septic Service
INSURANCE SERVICES
Drivers Licenses, Autopac MECHANICAL LTD. Plumbing & Heating Catholic Church
General Insurance Gas Fitting 142
142 4th
4th St, NW.
St, NW. • Lawn Mowing & Trimming
PLUMBING Potable water Minnedosa,MB
MB 867-3831
Cheri McTavish – Broker ph: 867-2084 Minnedosa, 867-3831 • Dandelion Spraying -
867-3946 HEATING cell: 867-0346 delivery. Licensed Pesticide Applicator
Mass Sunday 9:00 a.m.
Book your portable • Fertilizer Application
GAS FITTING toilets. • Licensed Arborist Service
LEGAL AIR CONDITIONING SELF-HELP Erle Jury & Family • Hedge Trimming
• Yard Clean Up
204-867-3121 867-2416
Alexander or A.D.A.M. Cory Johnston ▪ Minnedosa
204-476-5185 Cell: 867-7558
Jackson Anxiety Disorders People Helping People (204)Ê 476-4705Ê
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Law Office - Committed to Caring -
B-116 MainSt.St
110B Main S. S HILLSIDE
Association
of Manitoba RAINKE'S
RAINKIES Phone (204) 857-6100
Minnedosa, MB Support Group Sewage Service Fax (204) 857-8389 Prairie Mountain HVAC/R
867-3981 Plumbing & Heating JIM BEAUMONT
cpcancerservices@shaw.ca
www.centralplainscancer
Heating
Meetings are held at Ventilation/Air quality
http://www.ajaxlaw.ca Neepawa Library 3rd Tuesday of 476-2483 services.com
Ty Burton the month 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Owner/Operator
Air Conditioning
Refrigeration
Burgess Law 204-868-5358 For more info call:
Debbie Fisch
Cell: 476-6591 REAL ESTATE Kitchen Equipment
Office Commercial Gas Fitter
(204) 725-8550 Dennis: 476-2766 Commercial & Residential
51 Main Street S service specialist
Minnedosa ALCOHOLICS 23 Hour Service CALL ME... FOR ALL YOUR
REAL ESTATE NEEDS Kent Brown
867-2935
Plumbing & Heating
ANONYMOUS 1-204-867-7346
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P.O. Box 36 Frank r. Ford and Family Hair Care
L a w O ffi c e PLUMBING & HEATING
Russ Huyghe
or 867-3966 penny Ford PETER HARRISON
•Eminence Facials
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CONSTRUCTION
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7 6 Ma i n S t r e e t S o u t h 867-3401 Minnedosa 204-210-0158 • Spray Tanning
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204-210-0502 Cells • Piercing
OFFICE MANAGER Drug Problem? 204-868-0851 or 204-868-0863
SERVICES
• Eyelash Extensions
PAINTING Matt Saler
204-868-6886 Narcotics
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67 Main St.
Anonymous can help
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Book Potable Water Delivery Small EnginE REpaiR & Ventures Inc.
Tuesday & YaRd maintEnancE SERvicES
This Minnedosa and area
Saturday at 7 p.m. Waste
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at Calvary Temple, Management &
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16 Friday, April 19, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Beach Enhancement Committee To Host Valley Run


By KAREN MITCHELL dren’s development. “The Other fundraisers ris Industries, Minnedosa ons Club, Bombers and place. Our main goal is to
current  playground is in held have included; sale Covenant Church, R.M. of Fun Fest and Rotary to get it done so our own kids

T he Minnedosa Beach
Enhancement Com-
mittee is gearing up to
terrible shape and hav-
ing a better playground
will attract people to the
of Mother’s day flowers,
working the Canada Day
Celebration canteen, host-
Minto-Odanah, Minnedo-
sa Christmas Dinner,
Skate the Lake, Town of
raise funds,” detailed Bu-
chanan.
The committee hopes
can play on it,” joked Bu-
chanan. 
If anyone is wishing
hold their first five and 10 beach and ultimately to ing the touch a truck event, Minnedosa, Minnagro, that all fundraising will be to donate to the commit-
kilometre run, which will our town,” explained Lisa haunted house, the Colour Minnedosa Insurance Ser- completed by next year so tee, they can mail a cheque
be held on Saturday, June Buchanan, committee Run and Halloween so- vices, Minnedosa Credit that construction can be- to Minnedosa Beach En-
15th. This fundraiser is just member. The overall goal cials, working at skate the Union, Minnedosa Vet gin. “When we started this hancement Committee,
one of many the committee of the committee is to raise lake socials, and chip sales, Clinic, Home Hardware, project, we were hoping Box 2253, Minnedosa, MB
has held over the last four up to $250,000 in order to perogy sales, barbeques.   Burgess Electric, Prai- five years, it’s now coming R0J 1E0 or drop it off at the
years in the overall goal of build a more appropriate Over the past four rie Redi Mix, Minnedosa up on year four. As soon Minnedosa Credit Union.
building a new playground and up to date playground. years the committee has UCT, HyLife in Neepawa, as we get sufficient fund- Watch upcoming edi-
that will be located at the “We haven’t 100% decided managed to raise $112,000. Minnedosa Legion, La- ing construction will start tions of The Minnedosa
Minnedosa Beach. on a structure yet, however “Our biggest funder has dies Auxiliary, Lisa Pear- right away. We have local Tribune for more informa-
The Committee is we have one in mind that been the Minnedosa and son, Sun Sun Restaurant, companies that are will- tion on the upcoming Val-
made up of a group of lo- includes slides, swings, District Foundation with Heritage Co-op, Monsanto ing to do the take down of ley Run.
cal moms who strongly climbing frames, disabled donations of $50,000. Other and  the ‘in memory’ of the current structure and
believe that outdoor play access and other exciting large donors have includ- Bill McVey. We have also finish the landscaping as
is very important for chil- elements.” ed Flowers on Main, Mor- worked alongside the Li- soon as the new one is in

*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)
APRIL 19TH - APRIL 25TH * Try one of our delicious BBQ chickens!
* We sell fruit, veggie & meat trays and fruit baskets
*Senior’s Discount every Friday (65 & up) (STARTS FRIDAY 9:00 A.M. - ENDS THURSDAY 9:00 P.M.) (24 hours notice is appreciated)
*We sell R.O. water

GROCERY
Lipton,Knorr soup mix assorted ...........58-166g ...... $1.25
FROZEN FOODS
FM pies assorted ...............................580g-1kg ...... $6.99
Mazola vegetable/canola oil ................................................. 2.84lt ...............$7.99 Delissio Pizza ................................................................... 581-846g ............. $5.99
GM cereal assorted...........................300-450g ...... $3.59 Cool Whip topping assorted ...................................................... 1lt ............. $2.99
Gold Peak iced tea raspberry ................................................ 1.75lt ...............$3.99 Klondike bars,Magnum ice cream assorted ...... 3x90ml ...... $4.99
Christie Oreo/Chips Ahoy/Fudgee-o assorted 287-300g ...... $2.49 Pogo original ..........................................750g ...... $6.99
Christie Crispers,Crackers,Ritz assorted ...............................175g ...............$2.49 Cavendish fries assorted .........................................................750g ............. $2.49
Royale Bathroom tissue/Tiger Towels ......... 12rl/6ea ...... $7.49 Marie callender scalloped potatoes/3meat lasagna ..... 680-879g ............. $5.99
Christie Mini Oreo,Teddy Grahams assorted ................ 180-225g ...............$2.79 NN™ ice cream sandwich vanilla/chocolate............... 24x120ml ............. $8.99
NN™ crème cookies assorted ................................................907g ...............$2.99 NN™ fudge bars/vanilla bars/assorted cream bars ...... 30x60ml ............. $8.99
NN™ chocolate chip/oatmeal cookies..................................907g ...............$3.29 GG frozen vegetables ..............................................................750g ............. $2.49

MEATS
Dare Breton,Vinta crackers assorted ........................... 225g-250g ...............$1.99
Miss Vickies chips assorted ....................................................220g ...............$2.99
NN™ party mix .......................................................................320g ...............$2.59
Minute Rice/wholegrain brown rice .............................. 1.2-1.4kg ...............$5.49
PC™ Dipp chocolate chip/caramel granola bars ......... 156-172g ...............$1.99
Quaker dipps/chewy assorted ........................................ 150-156g ...............$1.99
Minute Maid Juice boxes assorted .................................. 8x200ml ...............$2.79 NN™ blackforest ham or honey ham ...................................1.3kg ........... $10.99
Mini Wheats regular ................................................................510g ...............$4.49 PC™ meat ball swedish or sirloin beef ................................ 907gr ........... $11.99
Swiss Chalet chicken,beef pot pie ........................................ 650gr ............. $7.99
Quaker corn bran squares/Life cereal/HC cereal 375-450g .. $2.99 SQ™ shrimp ring .................................................................. 227gr ............. $5.99
NN™ large flakes/quick oats whole grain ...............................1kg ...............$2.29 NN™ regular bacon .............................................................. 500gr ............. $4.39
NN™ pancake mix old fashioned ..........................................905g ...............$1.99 Pork roast boneless................................................................................... $2.89/lb
NN™ syrup table/butter flavour ......................................... 750ml ...............$2.29 Whole chicken fresh ................................................................................. $2.99/lb
Hershey Twizzlers assorted ............................................ 350-375g ...............$3.49 Top sirloin steaks beef .............................................................................. $5.99/lb
Nestle Milkshake Rolo/Coffee Crisp ................................... 473ml ...............$2.49

PRODUCE
Tim Hortons original coffee ....................................................930g .............$17.99
Nescafe gold café barista coffee .............................................100g ...............$4.99
Tetley Tea orange pekoe ..........................................................72ea ...............$4.99
Tropicana juice original pure premium .............................. 1.65lt ...............$3.99
Kraft singles,cheez whiz assorted ..........................................450g ...............$3.99
Source Yogurt straw/fld/rasp/peach ............................... 16x100g ...............$5.99 GH sweet peppers-orange,red,yellow....................................................... 2.49/lb
PC™ shreds triple cheddar.....................................................320g ...............$5.99
Becel Margarine tub soft .........................................................454g ...............$3.29
Strawberries,Blackberries ..................................... $2.99
Potatoes PC™ Mini gems -mixed,yellow,red .............................................. $2.79
Iceberg lettuce ............................................................................................... $1.99
Cantaloupe ..................................................................................................... $2.79
Mini cucumbers 8ct,Broccoli........................................................................ $2.49

LUCKY DOLLAR
ALL PRICES ARE PLUS GST, PST & OTHER LEVIES WHERE APPLICABLE *WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
Grape Pint Tomatoes ..................................................................................... $2.29
FM Roma Tomatoes .................................................................. 3lb ............. $3.99
PC™ Mandarins ....................................................................... 3lb ............. $4.99

F O O
OPEN 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM, 7 DAYS A WEEK • 70 Main Street South, Minnedosa 867-2821
D S BAKERY
*PRICES AVAILABLE AT THE LUCKY DOLLAR IN MINNEDOSA ONLY D’Italiano bread/buns asstd ...........328-675g ...... $2.49

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