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Volume 137 Issue 10 Friday, May 17, 2019 www.minnedosatribune.com 90 cents plus tax

this week
Honoured by
U of M

Photos by Darryl Holyk

Mavericks By DARRYL HOLYK plained Minnedosa Fire

Chief, Dean Jordan. “He

Not In Play T he Minnedosa Fire

Department tore out
was able to safely exit and
close all the valves on the

of town with sirens blar- attached anhydrous am-
ing Monday afternoon to monia tank. Fortunately,
a tractor fire west of town the wind was in the right
in the Cadurcis District. A direction away from the
late 1970s Versatile tractor tanks.”
ignited while doing Spring The tractor, a total loss, he lost a farm shed on his blaze and thanks to hav- sponded to a hydro pole
prep work in a field lo- was owned by long-time home yard site just south ing more than one tractor fire south of town near
cated two miles west and district farmer, Clayton and west of this week’s in use, Spring field work Moore Park. The local brig-
Happy approximately half a mile Wareham. tractor fire and also previ- was able to continue with a ade managed to extinguish
north of Cadurcis Church. This was not Ware- ously lost a grain truck to smaller machinery fleet. the fire without injury or
Victoria Day “The farmer heard a ham’s first experience with flames! Earlier in the month, incident.
bang and saw smoke com- an unfortunate farm-re- Fortunately, no one on Saturday, May 4th,
Weekend! ing from the engine,” ex- lated fire. A few year’s ago, was injured in Monday’s the local firefighters re-

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2 Friday, May 17, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Canada Post Donates Plaque to Local Fire Department

By KAREN MITCHELL of Halifax Regional Fire
and Emergency, Canada’s

O n the evening of Tues-

day May 7th, repre-
sentatives from Minnedo-
oldest firefighting depart-
ment which was estab-
lished in 1754.
sa Canada Post presented In a speech present-
the Minnedosa Fire De- ed by Tricia Kingdon,
partment with a plaque Minnedosa Post Master
representing one of its and Dianne Sandstrom,
more recent stamp series. Senior Assistant, Canada
The series of five Post’s gratitude was ex-
stamps pay tribute to Fire pressed to all local fire
Fighters, Paramedics, the fighters, “To Dean Jordan,
Canadian Armed Forces, Fire Chief, and all the vol-
Search and Rescue experts unteer fire fighters in our
and Police. All five stamps community, Canada Post
reflect Canadian’s respect would like to thank you for
and gratitude for the skills, your service when fire or
service and sacrifices of disaster strikes. We know
Photo by Karen Mitchell
those who protect Canadi- you jump into action 24
ans, sometimes by risking hours a day, at a moments also assist in rescue op- safer place by educating us
their own lives. notice. Your duties go be- erations, motor vehicle about fire prevention, es-
The Fire Fighters yond fire fighting and res- accidents and hazardous cape planning and build-
stamp was unveiled in Hal- cuing victims trapped in material emergencies. Fire ing and fire codes.”
ifax with the participation burning buildings. You Fighters make Canada a

First Quarter Stats for Minnedosa RCMP

By KAREN MITCHELL occurrences, the highest dangerous driving, driving egory, the first quarter peace, being unlawfully under $5,000, theft of a car,
offense being speeding without due care or atten- report shorts a total of 19 at large, failure to comply fraud through mail and

T he Minnedosa RCMP
office kept busy with
156 actual occurrences in
violations with 10 actual
occurrences. The next
highest was other-moving
tion, driving while disqual-
ified or license suspended,
restraint/seatbelt and mo-
occurrences, the highest
offense being the Mental
Health Act-other activities
with condition of under-
taking or recognizance and
uttering threats all had one
break and enter- other.
Under the Crimes
against person category,
the first quarter of 2019. traffic violations with nine tor vehicle insurance cov- with six occurrences. The occurrence. there were 10 occurrences,
January 1st to March occurrences. Other non- erage. next highest was 911 act- There was one occur- the highest offense being
31st marked the first quar- moving traffic violations For Impaired Op- other activities which saw rence under the Drug En- assault with six occurrenc-
ter of 2019 and in that came in at six occurrences, eration Related Offences, four occurrences. Other forcement category related es.
three-month period, there intersection related saw there were a total of three offences included the fire to cocaine possession. The Common Police
were 163 reported occur- four occurrences and fail- occurrences, the highest prevention act, family rela- The Crimes Against Activities category reports
rences, with seven being ure to stop or remain at offense being impaired tions act and the liquor act. Property category records a total of 39 occurrences
unfounded, resulting in accident scene had four operation and/or over 80 Under the Criminal Code- a total of 31 occurrences including suspicious per-
156 actual reports. occurrences. Less notable mg% of Motor vehicles Other Criminal code cat- for the first quarter, the s o n / ve h i c l e / p ro p e r t y ,
Under the Provincial occurrences included traf- with two occurrences. egory, there were four re- highest being mischief- false alarms, assistance
Traffic Offenses category, fic collision-property dam- Under Provincial Stat- ported occurrences which damage to, or obstruct en- to general public, breach
there were a total of 48 age-reportable, fail to stop ues (except traffic) cat- included disturbing the joyment of property with of peace, person reported
eight actual occurrences. missing, and well-being
The next highest was break checks.
business of Minnedosa Lions Club and enter - business with
six occurrences. Other oc-
the month FILL-A-TRUCK EVENT currences included theft

Minnedosa Chamber of IN SUPPORT OF

thanks this business for its’ contribution to
the business community
May 2019 Saturday, May 18th - 12:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Frontier Trading Company Sunday, May 19th - 12:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Monday, May 20th - 12:00 - 4:00 p.m.
133 - 6th Ave NE, Minnedosa
Donate your small household items and gently used clothing
to support 11 million Canadians living with prediabetes or
diabetes and divert textiles from landfills.
Types of Items Diabetes Canada will ACCEPT
KITCHENWARE - Small household appliances, Cookware/Pots and Pans,
The Frontier Trading Company has been operating within the Cutlery/Utensils, Bakeware, Tableware, Barware
community of Minnedosa since 1984, where their participants made leather items. HOME DECOR - Curtains, Lamps, Decorative accents, Bath items
After multiple moves, the business is currently located at 151-9th Street SW. TEXTILES - Clothing (All types), Shoes and boots (all types), Accessory
There are 37 staff members, with 13 of those staff members being and bags, Sleeping bags, General cloth items (bedding and bath).
participants in their programs. Within the last six months, Frontier has shifted and BOOKS - Hardback and paperback
is now 100% run by their participants. FITNESS, RECREATION AND SPORTING GOODS - Small Electronics, cell
In addition to the Thrift Store, the organization runs a day phones, laptops, tablets, PDA, cameras, CD’s and VHS and flat screen TV,
program, owns two residential homes and offers support to individuals who live Toy, games and gaming consols, Luggage, Hand tools.
independently within the community.
The Thrift Store is open Monday to Friday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Next Chamber meeting May 27th 12 noon Golf Club For more information call Lorna at 204-210-2111 (9-2)
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, May 17, 2019 3

Five Local Nominees Mavericks Not In Action This Season


Tourism Awards D ue to dwindling num-

bers in players, the
Minnedosa Mavericks
have been forced to take
By DARRYL HOLYK nominated for a chance to
the year off and not play
advance to the Manitoba
as part of the 2019 Santa
O ver the year’s
Minnedosa has had
numerous nominees and
Tourism Awards.
Last year, at the West-
man Tribute to Tourism
Clara Baseball League.
The men’s hardball
team, which has been
winners at the Westman Awards, Rayna Topham
active since the early
Tourism Awards. This was recognized with the
1990’s, has had a great
trend continues for 2019 Aspiring Youth Award and
run throughout the de-
with five Minnedosans fea- Dirty Lake Outfitters took
cades winning numerous
tured on the nominees list home the Service Excel-
awards, accolades and
of the upcoming Tribute to lence Award, while at the
league championships.
Tourism Awards. provincial level, Skate The
Included in this was a ten
Kathy Tomlinson, Lake and Minnedosa Mi-
consecutive year league
Rockin’ The Fields, Chan- nor Hockey won the Part-
championship reign which
telle Parrott (Valley Life nership Award at the 20th
ended with the 2016 Santa
Place Brand), Magen Swift annual Travel Manitoba
Clara season!
and Maddy Grant are nom- Tourism Awards.
Averaging 13 to 15
inated along with 18 other The Tribute to Tour-
players per season, the lo-
deserving Westman resi- ism Awards recognize
cal team dropped to eight
dents in six award catego- and celebrate the excep- Tribune File photo
committed players for the
ries. Kathy has been nomi- tional individuals, busi-
2018 season, having to moving away or retiring ested in playing and help- The Mavericks are
nated in the Volunteer of nesses, organizations and
scrounge to secure nine from the game. “We need ing bring the Minnedosa grateful to the community
the Year category, Rockin’ communities within the
or 10 for games. This sea- younger guys joining the Mavericks back next sea- for their strong support
the Fields for Event of the Westman region that have
son they seen even fewer team and committed to son they are urged to con- throughout the years and
Year, Chantelle for Mar- made significant contribu-
players sign up. The drop playing,” stated Mavericks tact Jay at 204-868-5180 or hope to see you all again
keting Excellence and Ma- tions to tourism develop-
in participating players is member Jay Klym. Colton Spraggs at 204-724- next year for ball season.
gen and Maddy are both ment and promotion over
mostly in part to players If anyone is inter- 3312.
nominated in the Aspiring the past year.
Youth category.
This year’s 16th annu-
al awards gala, hosted by
Tourism Westman will be
held on the evening of June
6th at Prairie Firehouse in
Brandon. All winners at
Thank You!
the regional level will be
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Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Around New Government Needed to Solve Canola Crisis

MP Dauphin-Swan River-Neepawa
now gone over three months without an Ambassador
to China, throughout an escalating diplomatic dispute.

I understand there might not be any ex-Liberal Minis-

A s many of you know by now, Canada and China are

in a serious diplomatic dispute that has led to 43,000
canola growers losing their largest export market. The ra-
ters available right now, but it is simply unacceptable for
Canada to go without an Ambassador this long.
Secondly, we live in a rules-based trade world, or at
By Darryl Holyk tionale for blocking our canola is that there were alleged least we should. This is a science-based process to com-
pests in seed shipments they received. These phytosani- pare samples and determine the validity (or not) of the
tary arguments are completely bogus, as it is well known Chinese claims of pest issues with out product. It has
It’s now official… Canada produces the highest quality canola in the world.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has retest-
been almost two months and Canada has still not sent
a delegation to China resolve these different scientific
Although the announcement of Splish Splash Inflat-
ed the shipment samples multiple times since and have findings. It is time for Canada to launch a challenge at the
able Water Park coming to Minnedosa has been out for
found no evidence to support the claims of the Chinese World Trade Organization (WTO), and ensure we prop-
some time, there was still a lot of background work that
government. erly defend the quality of our agricultural exports. The
needed to be done to secure this new business for this
While it seems quite likely that the arrest of Meng Canadian brand when it comes to agricultural products
summer. As of Tuesday’s Town Council meeting, it ap-
Wanzhou, a top executive with Huawei, was the tipping is strong, and we cannot let it get dragged through the
pears all t’s have been crossed and the i’s dotted and it is
point, Canada’s relationship with China has been steadily mud any longer.
now official… Splish Splash has been approved to come
unravelling under this Liberal government. In late 2017, Most recently, we have seen warning signs that this
to Minnedosa Lake. Perhaps it was a little prematurely
Justin Trudeau travelled to China with the expressed in- crisis with China may not stop at canola. There were two
announced? Fortunately, it sounds like everything has
tent of opening free trade talks. The Chinese government Quebec based pork processing companies that recently
come together in the end.
clearly did not appreciate his approach, and the Prime had their export certificates suspended over ‘administra-
Minister was sent home without even an agreement to tive issues’. This is deeply worrying. We simply cannot al-
FireFighter Skatch? open discussions on free trade between Canada and
China. At that point, Chinese state media began to write
low more agricultural export products to lose market ac-
Hats off to our Mayor, Pat Skatch, who took part in a
live fire training exercise earlier this week. Suited in full disparaging stories about Trudeau and Canada. Canola farmers that had any carryover from last year
firefighter’s gear, provided by our local fire department, Chinese state media have also (perhaps rightly) have already lost at least a buck a bushel, meaning tens of
Mayor Skatch got a hands-on experience in a smoke- questioned judicial independence in Canada when it thousands of dollars for many operations. They are about
filled training environment giving her a greater under- came to light that the Prime Minister and his staff had to start seeding canola while the price is down, and I can
standing and appreciation for what our local fire fighters tried to intervene to stop the prosecution of SNC-Lavalin, only imagine the anxiety our canola producers are fac-
do in their job. and instead offer them a deferred prosecution agree- ing right now. This has serious effects not only on the
ment. Although I wish it were that simple, I do not be- livelihoods of these farm families, but also their mental
lieve that Canada has any legal measures to simply re- health.
Bargains Galore… lease Meng Wanzhou. Frankly, we have fallen into a trap It isn’t just canola farmers though. Commodity
With the May long weekend comes Minnedosa’s between the two largest economies in the world, and it is prices are low right now across the board. We are facing
Town Wide Yard Sale event. As you will see elsewhere hurting farmers in our region, and across the country. what looks like could be a dry summer. Although we will
into today’s edition, there are over 50 locations holding That said, while Canada is in a tough situation, the be hoping and praying for good growing conditions this
yard/garage sales tomorrow. Whether your Victoria Day fact the Liberals have taken no action is simply not ac- summer, we can’t control the weather.
long weekend includes yard sales, camping, working ceptable. Granted, last week they did make changes to The Liberal government has bungled our trade rela-
or relaxing hopefully we will see good weather over the the Advanced Payment Program (APP) for farmers by tionships previously with India, Saudi Arabia and Italy to
next three days. increasing the cap from $400,000 per year to $1 million. name a few, and now has managed to get into a dispute
For canola producers, the interest-free portion will be in- with the second largest economy in the world. They got
creased to $500,000 from $100,000. Conservatives fully us into this mess, and it’s their job to get us out of it. Sadly,
Centennial Celebrations… support this, but question why it took almost two months I don’t believe our current Prime Minister and his gov-
The Minnedosa Tribune was proud to be a sponsor to make this simple change. It is also only a small band- ernment are capable of doing so.
of last weekend’s celebration in Winnipeg to mark the aid solution, that doesn’t address the larger problem of At the end of the day, there is simply no way the cur-
centennial of our provincial newspaper association, regaining market access for our farmers. rent Liberal government can possibly repair our relation-
the Manitoba Community Newspapers Association There are also actions that our Conservative cau- ship with China. The only way we can end this dispute
(MCNA). During the 100th Better Newspapers Awards cus has called for that the government has not acted is to elect a new government. A new government led by
gala banquet, The Tribune was recognized with three on. Firstly, it was way back in January when the Liberals Prime Minister Andrew Scheer, who will reset our rela-
third place certificates: Best Spot News Photo for a van had to fire their former cabinet minister turned Chinese tionship with the world’s second largest economy, re-
fire photo captured by our reporter, Karen Mitchell; Best Ambassador, John McCallum, for making irresponsible build our trading relationships with nations around the
in Class and Best Editorial Page both in the circulation statements on the arrest of Meng Wanzhou. We have world, and regain export access for our farmers.
category of 1,400 to 3,599 copies distributed each week.

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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, May 17, 2019 5

Newspaper Readership at All-time High

News Media Canada ducted in 2012.
“Given heightened
ers are using that digital
content to supplement—
news on digital as the day
Ye O l d
I n the midst of continued levels of global mistrust, not replace—readership The report confirms

discussion and debate we’re seeing a clear and of a print edition of the that most print read-
about the state of Cana- continued affinity for the newspaper. In total, 52% ing happens early in the
dian media, the seventh reliable reporting that of newspaper readers ac- day, while digital reading
annual Newspapers 24/7 newspapers provide,” said cess newspaper content is more consistent from
Report (an annual bench- Bob Cox, Chair, News Me- from both print and online morning to night.
mark of Canadian newspa- dia Canada. “Newspapers sources. Finally, the research
per readership conducted continue to be the go-to “This year’s research specifically looked at the
by Totum Research on be- source for credible, trusted clearly demonstrates newspaper reading hab-
half of News Media Cana- and independent news, in that both print and digi- its of younger Canadians.
da) found that readership both print and digital for- tal newspaper sources And while Millennials have 1889 – Clanwilliam farmers have become tired of rid-
of Canadian newspapers mats.” play a unique and distinct been blamed for the death ing behind oxen and some are buying buddies and dem-
is at an all-time high. Ac- Unsurprisingly, digi- role in the lives of Cana- of everything from may- ocrats.
cording to the survey, tal newspaper readership dians,” said Claude Hei- onnaise to department
which was conducted in continues to increase year- mann, President, Totum stores, newspapers ap- 1899 – A $100 reward is offered for information lead-
February of this year, 88% over-year: the 2019 report Research. “For example, pear to have avoided that ing to the arrest of the person guilty of poisoning dogs in
of Canadians read a news- found that 83% of news- it’s clear that people like curse: 88% of Millennials Minnedosa.
paper, in either print or paper readers are access- to start their day with the read newspapers weekly,
digital format, at least once ing at least some of their comprehensive and in- accessing newspaper con-
a week—a three per cent newspaper content online. depth reporting of a print tent primarily through 1909 – A slight earthquake rocked the district last week.
increase from the inaugu- Interestingly, however, the newspaper, and then stay their mobile phones.
ral study, which was con- majority of these read- up-to-date on breaking 1919 – Odanah Reeve, N.P. Shuttleworth, has called a
ratepayers meeting to fight for better roads.

Manitoba Youth Job Centre Open for Business 1929 – A hospital day was held last Saturday with goods
valued at $105.95 being donated.

year of successfully sup- mer. the most qualified candi-

porting youth employ- The MYJC is designed dates are referred, and the 1949 – Town Council has approved the purchase of a
ment in Manitoba. The to meet the employment employer always has the road maintainer.
Minnedosa Manitoba needs of students and final hiring decision.
Youth Job Centre (MYJC) youth, as well as the needs We encourage stu- 1959 – Efforts are being made by Minnedosa mothers
is sponsored by Manitoba of employers who have va- dents and youth over the to set up a Co-operative Kindergarten for preschool chil-
Education and Training in cant positions to fill, by of- age of 12 to register with dren who are too young to attend elementary school and
partnership with Yellow- fering a free referral service our office. If you are seek- too bored to find life enjoyment at home.
head Regional Employ- to those who wish to hire ing full-time, part-time, or
ment Skills and Services, an eager, hard-working casual employment, need
and serves the communi- young person. Employers help with your resume, or
1969 – The Minnedosa RCMP detachment now has a
Photo submitted breathalizer apparatus. Two local constables recently
ties of Minnedosa, Erick- of all types – business and want to expand your job
participated in a two-week course in Regina on how to
Minnedosa Manitoba son, Onanole and Rapid household – can take ad- search or interview skills,
use the breathalizer equipment.
Youth Job Centre Youth City. vantage of the free services just drop by and we will be
Engagement Leader, My name is Jenni- the Centre provides. Only happy to work with you.
Jennifer Drader.
fer Drader and I am the 1979 – Saturday night shopping, during the summer
Minnedosa and area MYJC months, was approved without controversy at the Retail
SUBMITTED Youth Engagement Leader Merchants section of the Chamber of Commerce meet-
for the summer of 2019. I ing. Stores will remain open until 9 p.m. on Saturdays.

T he Minnedosa Mani-
toba Youth Job Centre
is open once again for the
have just completed my
3rd year of study at Bran-
don University and I am
1989 – The original 108-year-old land deed title for
Minnedosa, signed by John Tanner will be turned over
summer! Centres across very excited to be in the to the Town of Minnedosa. Bert Armitage gave the docu-
Manitoba are in their 44th community for the sum- ment to Evelyn Erickson during Minnedosa’s 75th in
1958. Mrs. Erickson’s nephew and his wife, Bob and Joyce
Mummery, took the document to Edmonton where they
had it restored and framed.

1999 – MLA Harold Gilleshammer has presented the

MCI Men’s Hockey team with the Order of Sport Excel-
lence following their provincial tournament win last


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All dogs and cats within the Town of Minnedosa
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Lions and TCS Team up for Dog Walk

By KAREN MITCHELL approximately 300 com- Types of dog guides a physical or medical dis- approximately $25,000 to hot dogs and hamburgers.
munities across Canada. include; hearing (assists ability); diabetic alert (as- raise, train and place and There is no registration fee

N ext Sunday, May 26th

the Minnedosa Li-
ons and Tanner’s Crossing
It raises funds to help train
Dog Guides for Canadians
with visual, hearing, medi-
individuals who are deaf
or hard of hearing and are
unable to detect everyday
sist individuals who have
type one diabetes with hy-
poglycemic unawareness);
all dog guides are provided
to qualified applicants at
no cost to them.
and 100% of the funds you
raise will go towards the
cause. For more informa-
School program H.O.P.E. cal or physical disabilities. important sounds; vision autism assistance (assist Registration opens at tion on the event please
(Helping Other People Ev- Each Walk is organized by (assist individuals who family with children on the 10:30 a.m. at the Minnedo- call 204-867-0893.
eryday) will host the Pet local volunteers with sup- are blind or visually im- autism spectrum); sup- sa Community Confer-
Valu Walk for Dog Guides. port from Lions Founda- paired); seizure response port (used by professional ence Centre with the walk
The Pet Valu Walk for tion of Canada. To date, (trained to help people agencies with individuals beginning at 11 a.m. The
Dog Guides is a national the Walk has raised more with epilepsy); service (as- in traumatic situations). walk will conclude at the
fundraising walk held in than $17 million. sist individuals who have Each dog guide costs Central Bark Dog Park with

Health District Auxiliary Hosts Florence Nightingale Lunch

By KAREN MITCHELL cooked lunch served up by nurses during the Crimean diers at night.” Florence 2018 the organization has moved the luncheon to the
the members. War, in which she orga- Nightingale passed away donated over $360,000.00 Minnedosa Legion where

F or over 40 years, the

Minnedosa Health
District Auxiliary has host-
Florence Nightingale
was an English social re-
former and statistician
nized care for wounded
soldiers. She gave nursing
a favourable reputation
on August 13, 1910 at the
age of 90.
The Minnedosa Health
in equipment.
The Florence Night-
ingale luncheon was
it remains to this day.
The Auxiliary current-
ly has 36 active members
ed the Florence Nightin- who is referred to as the and became an icon of Vic- District Auxiliary’s main originally held in the old and 30 associate members
gale Luncheon as one of founder of modern nurs- torian culture, especially in organizational goal is to United Church until the (members who do not at-
their major fundraisers. ing. Nightingale came to the persona of “The Lady provide equipment to the fire destroyed the build- tend any meetings or tea’s
On Friday, May 3rd over prominence while serving with the Lamp” making local hospital and personal ing in February 2006. At however donate time and/
100 locals enjoyed a home as a manager and trainer of rounds of wounded sol- care home. From 1991 to that time the organization or crocheting when asked).

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MAY 17TH - MAY 23RD * 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

Nestle Pure Life .............................. 24x500ml ...... $4.49
D’Italiano garlic baguette .......................................................284g ............. $2.99
Uncle Bens Fast & Fancy rice assorted ..................................165g ...............$1.39 Breyers Classic ice cream assorted ....... 1.66lt ...... $3.99
Heinz Ketchup squeeze/upside down .......................... 750ml-1lt ...............$4.49 Magnum ice cream assorted ......................................... 12x100ml ............. $4.99
Miracle Whip assorted ...................... 650-890ml ...... $4.49 Klondike ice cream bars assorted ................................... 8x125ml ............. $4.99
Palm dish original/orange extra .......................................... 828ml ...............$2.49 FM cake vanilla or carrot .........................1kg .... $10.99
CL Leaf Tuna LT flake/chunk water .......................................170g ...............$1.59

Bicks pickles baby dills/yum yum/sweet mixed ...................... 1lt ...............$4.29
Kraft Dressing assorted ........................................................ 475ml ...............$2.99
Ocean Spray Cranberry cocktails assorted .......................... 1.89lt ...............$3.79
Motts Clamato assorted ........................... 1.89lt ...... $3.79
Christie Dads oatmeal cookies assorted ................................320g ...............$2.59
NN™ cookies striped shortbread/coconut caramel .... 198-368g ...............$1.99 T-Bone steak ...................................................... $8.99/lb
Christie Crackers assorted .............................................. 175-200g ...............$2.29 Eye of the round beef roast ...................................................................... $4.99/lb
NN™ chips assorted.....................................200g ...... $1.25 Boneless pork loin chops centre cut ....................................................... $2.99/lb
Black Diamond pro cheese slices assorted ...........................450g ...............$3.99 Boneless & Skinless chicken breast......................................................... $5.39/lb
Black Diamond Cheestring marble .......................................168g ...............$3.99 Ziggy’s roast or corned beef .................................................................$1.79/100g
NN™ Cream Cheese brick .....................................................250g ...............$2.99 Harvest wieners ......................................................................675g ............. $8.99
NN™ smoked sausages - original or cheese .........................900g ............. $7.49
NN™ Bar Marble/Cheddar/Mozerella small ........200g ...... $3.29 SQ™ shrimp ring ....................................................................227g ............. $5.99
Yoplait Tubes raspberry/grape ............................................. 8x60g ...............$2.69 Schneider grill EMS orignal or cheddar.................................375g ............. $5.49
Source Yogurt vanilla/Strawberry ..........................................650g ...............$2.99 PC™ Meat ball, sirloin beef swedish .....................................907g ........... $11.99
Castello Traditional blue cheese ............................................125g ...............$4.99

PC™ Artichoke & Asiago .......................................................227g ...............$2.99

Wonder bread assorted ...........................................................570g .............. $2.49
GH Peppers-orange,red,yellow ............................................................... $2.49/lb
Blueberries ............................................................. $3.49
PC™ Mini potatoes .................................................................645g ............. $2.99

Navel oranges ............................................................................ 5lb ............. $5.99
Roma tomatoes ......................................................................................... $1.29/lb
Romaine hearts .........................................3pk ...... $2.99
Bulk corn ..................................................................................................$0.79/ea

OPEN 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM, 7 DAYS A WEEK • 70 Main Street South, Minnedosa 867-2821
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, May 17, 2019 7

Dog Waste a Big Concern Newdale News

During Town Wide Cleanup By Raven’s Glen WI benefit our mobility, pre-
venting those nasty falls.
as Lil Farrend.
Shelley Zahaiko is out

I t’s nice to welcome Rod

and Barb Pederson back
to Manitoba to assist with
Some stood and some
were able to do the rou-
tines on their chair. After
west at Cochrane, AB vis-
iting her newest and first
granddaughter, born to
the spring seeding. This working up an appetite, a Shannon and Piotr Czajko
time we wanted them to lovely lunch was served by April 18th. There are two
bring rain with them, but member hostesses Sheona little cousins Bennett and
that didn’t happen. Smith and Laurel Gerelus. Samuel of Winnipeg wait-
Hope all the Mother’s Many more questions were ing for that first visit.
had a very nice Mother’s asked of Jan over coffee. The Early Bird card
Day last Sunday. Dan Jar- Enid Clark, Dave, season wrapped up with
dine played his bagpipes at Donna Scott and Carolyn the semi-annual meeting
the cenotaph before taking Baker attended the 90th held April 29th. Following
the Sunday service. Birthday Tea to honour the business meeting the
Congratulations to her cousin John Suderman trophies were presented
Wendy Rose, her sister on May 11th. The festivi- for the 2019 season – 500 -
Patti McTavish of Hamiota ties took place at the Dau- 1. Garry Tolton with 18,190
and the Strathclair Walkers phin Senior Centre where points; Cribbage – 1. Ei-
who participated in the Su- John’s sons, Gary of Van- leen Bradley with 12,018
per Lotteries Walk for MS couver and Keith of New points. Congratulations to
in Brandon May 5th. For York were both home to all the runner-up’s, see you
20 years, they have kept help their Dad celebrate. in the fall!
this tradition alive. John married Joan Stinson,
Newdale Raven’s Glen Enid’s cousin, whose fam-
Photo submitted
WI hosted an afternoon ily lived in Newdale when TRIBUNE
May 9th on “Exercises her Dad was a grain buyer
By KAREN MITCHELL Linda Bertram, Com- landfill waste. for Senior’s” at Harrison here. The family was also DEADLINE
munities in Bloom mem- All pet owners are re- House. Sixteen ladies saddened to hear of the
O n the evening of Mon- ber, explained that the minded that they need to were willing participants recent passing of Joan’s
day, May 13th over 35 biggest complaint of the clean up after their pets as Jan Riley, physiothera- brother, Bruce Stinson, 93,
people came out to par- evening was finding dog when walking and to prop- pist, explained even light of Winnipeg. Bruce started at 12 Noon
ticipate in the town wide poop over by the damn that erly dispose of waste bag- to moderate exercise will school here in same class
clean-up hosted by the had not been cleaned up gies in a regular garbage
Minnedosa Communities by the dog’s owners. An- can, provided around the
in Bloom committee. other issue was that even community. Dog bag sta-
Minnedosa UCT mem- when owners did clean tions have also been re-
bers attended the event up after their dog’s and stocked and are there for Minnedosa Legion #138
and invited the Minnedosa put the waste into baggies, your convenience. The Minnedosa Legion is conducting a program of honouring
4-H group to help out. UCT the bags were carelessly A big thank you goes
members later treated the thrown into recycling con- out to all the community our War Veterans from Minnedosa and the surrounding areas from both
young volunteers to a wie- tainers on Main Street. FYI: volunteers who attended World Wars, Korean War and the Afghanistan War.
ner roast at the beach once Dog Poop is NOT recycla- Monday’s cleanup and for
the cleanup was over. What ble and contaminates the assuring our town stays Banners that are 2 feet by 4 feet in size will be displayed on
a great way to get everyone actual recyclable material clean and beautiful just street light poles along main street and other areas as needed, showing
out and helping beautify in the recycling bins turn- in time for the May long
our lovely town! ing it into unnecessary weekend.
details about the Veteran similar to the sample of our General Hugh Dyer
that is already on display next to the Minnedosa Legion Club Room. The

Smash on the Highway Veterans name, the Force participated in along with the War and the years
of enlistment will be displayed along with a common background. There
will be one Veteran shown on each side of the banner.
In conjunction with the Minnedosa Legions 80th anniversary
this year we anticipate to erect these banners starting the July 1st
weekend through to November 11th Remembrance Day. Future years
will have them displayed about 6 weeks prior to Remembrance Day. To
participate in the first run for July 1st the details have to be in by June 8th,
2019. Any details for banners after this date will be run at a later time.
For any Veterans, family members or sponsors wishing more
information on this program, such as costs and details that need to be
provided, please call Duane at (204) 867-3623 or cell (204) 868-8005 or
John at (204) 867-0051.
Lest We Forget
Photo by Darryl Holyk
Local emergency responders attended a two-vehicle collision at the south
junction of Highways #10 and #16 near the Minnedosa Auto Wreckers on
Wednesday afternoon. Both vehicles were westbound on Highway #16 and
when they approached the intersection, the first vehicle was rear-ended by
the vehicle pictured above. The impact sent the first vehicle across the
highway where it came to rest in the field north of the intersection.
All parties were checked out on scene but had no serious injuries.
8 Friday, May 17, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Manitoba Crop Report Shevchenko Spring Show

By MB Agriculture Soybeans are five to 10% seeded and
quick progress expected this coming

V ery little to no rainfall over the past

week has producers in the South-
west Region concerned about dry
week with a favourable forecast. Both
corn and silage corn are being planted
and are about 50% complete. Canola
soil conditions. Overnight lows still is about 25% seeded with most acres
reaching -5 to -9°C in the region. Only being planted over the last few days as
4mm rain reported in Russell area and soil temperatures improved.
some localised showers close to Rid- Winter wheat and fall rye are fill-
ing Mountain National Park. Most of ing well and most of fields are at two
other areas in the southwest region to three leaf stage and getting close to
are without good precipitation. weed control timing. They could use
Cool soil conditions kept some rainfall at this stage.
producers out of the field but some Producers started pre-emergent
seeding progress especially over the herbicide burnoff applications in
weekend. Producers who were wait- most areas, as crop is getting closer
ing for good soil temperatures to seed to emerging and weed emergence is
their canola and soybean crops are widespread.
starting now. Overall seeding progress Diamond Back Moth traps are out
45 to 50% complete in southwest re- in the region. Numbers are very low.
gion. Forage growth is slow but field
Wheat, barley and oats about 80% operations for seeding and fertilizer
done. Warm conditions over the week- placement have been going ahead.
end have encouraged early seeded Dugouts, sloughs and streams remain
wheat emerge, and is at cotyledon to adequate to low. If dry conditions Photo submitted
one leaf stage. Pea seeding 100% com- continue some pastures maybe with-
Back Row to Front Row: Shauna Sotas-Burton, Tanya Lewandoski-
plete and are just about to emerge. out water by mid summer.
Duncan, Leonard Kostesky, Josie Kostesky, Helen Lewandoski
Samantha Gerrard, Robyn Burgess, Danielle Brykaliuk,
Owen Kingdon, Breanne Turchinski
Baillie Brykaliuk, Grady Burton, Delainey Selewich, Rosemarie Workman
Kathleen Klemetski (Instructor), Jessica Andreychuk, Makenna Duncan
Rose Wozie, Wyatt Woychyshyn, Chelsey Ostash, Natalie Wozney,
PUBLIC NOTICE Alex Gerrard, Ethan Duncan
Fire Pits / Open Air Fires Eva Gerrard, Whitney Ostash, Jessie Wozney, Kataleya Glanville,
Julianne Woychyshyn.
“ACCEPTABLE FIRE PIT” means an outdoor receptacle that meets the following
SUBMITTED a wish of prosperity and dancers entertained the
• a minimum of 3.7 metres (12 feet) clearance measured from the nearest fireplace
good health. This year`s crowd. All groups were
edge is maintained from buildings, property lines, or other combustible material

the fireplace is constructed of materials that are heat and flame resistant
the fireplace is equipped with a secured chimney that is not more than 2.5 metres
T he Shevchenko Dance
Ensemble Adult group
opened up the annual
honoured guests were
Shirley Selewich (Baba to
Delainey Selewich) and
under the instruction of
Kathleen Klemetski. Many
of these dances were cho-
(8 feet) in height when measured from the base of the burning area
spring concert held on May Rose Rogasky (Great Baba reographed for the various
• the fireplace chimney is equipped with a regulation screen no larger than 1.25 cm
5th at the Sandy Lake Com- to Chelsey and Whitney dance competitions held
(0.5 inches) and constructed of expanded metal (or equivalent non-combustible
munity Hall with the tradi- Ostash). this year.   The group con-
materials) and is designed to contain and reduce the hazards of airborne sparks; if
tional Pryvit.   Wyatt Woy- The various age cluded their performances
no chimney is used the same regulation screen is required
chyshyn, Rose Wozney and groups performed a va- with a traditional Kolomy-
• the base of the fire burning area is not less than 0.3 metres (12 inches) above the
Chelsey Ostash presented riety of Poltava, Hutzul, ka which featured all danc-
surrounding grade
the honoured guests with Buko and Volyn dances.  In ers on stage.  
• the base of the fire burning appliance shall be placed upon a non-combustible
the gifts of bread, salt and total, twenty-one youth Presentations were
surface such as earth, concrete, metal or other non-combustible materials
wheat which represented dancers and eight adult made to Kathleen Kl-
• outdoor solid fuel appliances shall be located on a flat, level and non-combustible
emetski as she was recog-
base clear of overhangs such as roofs, tree branches and utility wires
nized for her dedication to
• burning receptacles shall be separated from grass and other vegetation by a
instruction for the danc-
distance of at least 40 cm (16 inches) by means of earth, sand, gravel or other
non-combustible medium Onanole Elementary School ers and it was noted that
would like to invite you to our annual this was Kathleen`s final
Cut, seasoned wood, charcoal, or commercially approved fire logs may be burned year as dance instructor
in an open fire. Rubbish, garden refuse, lawn clippings or leaves, manure,
livestock or animal carcasses, and any material classified as a dangerous good, or Honouring Our Elders Dance for the group.   All dancers
received a Ukrainian glass
any material which, when burned, will generate black smoke or an offensive odour Hosted by our Jr. High class for their ongoing commit-
is strictly prohibited. ment to promote Ukraini-
Fires may not be left unsupervised at any time and the person lighting the fire is an dance and culture.
responsible for any damages that might result from the lighting of the fire. Community fellow-
ship and a light lunch fol-
Fires shall not be set in windy conditions conducive to creating a running fore or a lowed the performance.  It
nuisance to another person. was prepared by the par-
If smoke from a fire causes an unreasonable interference with the use and enjoyment of ents to commemorate the
another person’s property, the fire shall be extinguished immediately. Featuring the musical talents of community support of the
IAN PROTEAUS & Local Musicians Shevchenko Dance En-
Fires shall be contained to a reasonable size so that the fire, or any embers, sparks or semble.  
smoke emanating from them does not endanger any person or property or cause any Duncan Martin, Craig Atkinson and Doreen Stapleton
objectionable effect on nearby property.
Wednesday, May 22nd
The Fire Chief, his designate or RCMP may direct that a fire in a fire pit be extinguished, TRIBUNE
or may extinguish a fire that in his opinion is a nuisance or a threat to public safety. 7:00 - 10:00 p.m.
To view the entire Open Air Fires By-Law 2514, visit www.discoverminnedosa.com
Onanole Rec Centre PRINTING
TOWN OF MINNEDOSA Silver Collection
(9-2) Refreshments and Lunch provided. (9-2)
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, May 17, 2019 9

Golf Course Pond Updated in Memory of Beamer

By KAREN MITCHELL his passing, Donna chose A plaque is being cre-
to donate specifically to ated to recognize Jim and

O n hole number three,

just before the green,
the existing pond at the
the upgrade of the pond to
honour Jim’s memory.
In order to complete
will be placed on hole
number three before the
end of May.
Minnedosa Golf Course is all work planned for the
in the process of being up- pond, the Minnedosa
dated. Golf and Country Club At right,
The Minnedosa Golf matched the donation re- Donna Stevenson is
and Country Club received ceived. Work that has gone pictured in front
a generous donation from into the pond includes; of the Golf Course
Donna Stevenson, in hon- putting in a liner to keep pond which was re-
our of her late husband, the water level consistent, cently upgraded with
Jim (Beamer) who was re-shaping and laying financial support
heavily involved at the golf brick work around the out- in memory of her late
course. Jim could frequent- side perimeter. The foun-
husband, Jim
ly be seen fishing balls out tain in the middle of the
(Beamer) Stevenson.
of this pond and following pond will remain.
Photo submitted

After The Bell Program Fighting Childhood Hunger

Submitted by Food Banks Canada to banks purchase fresh per- the opportunity to receive Tanners Crossing School, termine children included
focus on addressing the ishable produce to add to eight weekly food packs application forms are also in the program.   Once a

I n Canada, one-in-three
people who access food
banks are children.  This
needs of children expe-
riencing hunger during
the summer school break. 
the pack.   In 2016, Food
Banks Canada was able
to provide 13,000 food
containing nutritious,
child-friendly foods. 
Families and children
available at the school of-
fice.  Only one form is
needed per family; howev-
child is signed up and ac-
cepted to the program, the
Minnedosa and Area Food
means that over 300,000 Many school-centered packs.  In 2018, the num- who could benefit from this er, information regarding Bank will provide the fam-
Canadian children strug- programs, similar to the ber grew to 69,000 food program, are encouraged each child is required on ily with additional infor-
gle to get enough food breakfast program avail- packs distributed to eight to contact the Minnedo- the application form.  Pro- mation on pick-up dates
each month.  This is a con- able at Tanner’s Cross- provinces and one terri- sa and Area Food Bank gram space is limited and for the food packs.  
cerning statistic for the ing School, are not avail- tory. For 2019, Food Banks to obtain an application therefore the date of appli-
Minnedosa and Area Food able during the summer Canada has set a goal of form.   If your child attends cation will be used to de-
Back because childhood months.  Therefore, Food 100,000 food packs to be
hunger can have long term Banks Canada developed distributed across Canada.  
implications for children’s a “healthy food pack” pro-   The Minnedosa and
development, learning, gram to bridge the gap.  Area Food Bank has
and growth.    Proper nu- Through After the Bell, teamed up with Food
trition is vital to a child’s children in select com- Banks Canada to offer Af-
physical, emotional, so- munities across Canada ter the Bell in the commu-
cial, and behavioral devel- receive eight weekly food nity.  Therefore, children
opment.  packs containing nutri- in Minnedosa will have
In an attempt to com- tious, child-friendly foods
bat childhood hunger, the that meet their unique
Minnedosa and Area Food nutritional requirements. 
Bank has recently part- Food Banks Canada ac-
nered with Food Banks quires and assembles the
Canada to bring a new non-perishable food items
program to the commu- and distributes the food
nity.  After the Bell is a pro- packs to local food banks. myCommunity
gram that was developed When possible, local food Neighbours Indeed
Be a Neighbour...
And announce
Erickson Legion Branch #143 these special events
invite you to a ceremony where the to your community
Knight of the French National Order of the ●Birth of Child
Legion of Honour Medal ●Wedding
will be presented to ●Wedding Anniversaries
25th, 40th, 50th, 60th
Flying Officer A.F. (Fred) Minty, RCAF (Posthumous) ●New home residency
Tuesday, May 28th, 2019 You may qualify for a
personalized keepsake
Fly Past: 1:45 p.m. gift offer compliments
of local business and
Ceremony: 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. professional sponsors
Erickson Legion Hall Minnedosa Pharmacy
30 1st Street SW Glenndosa Glass 1990 Ltd.
Refreshments to follow Minnedosa insurance Services
Kim’sQuality Foods
Everyone Welcome Integra Tire
Flights on a Vintage WWII aircraft from Heritage Co-op
Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum available at a cost. Minnedosa Tribune
Gateway Motel
The WWII aircraft are piloted by volunteer commercial pilots.
Flights must be pre-booked Be part of your Community!
For info contact: Comrade Archie Campbell Contact Tillie Johnson
Phone: 204-848-2333 Email: akc@mymts.net (10-2)
204-867-3414 (10-2)
10 Friday, May 17, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

U of M Certificate of Merit Citation for Roberta Galbraith

By KAREN MITCHELL is presented by the Faculty Agricultural Credit Corpo- over $60,000 in pledges for
of Agricultural and Food ration and the Minnedosa STARS to “rescue her off

O n Friday, May 3rd

Roberta Galbraith re-
ceived a Certificate of Mer-
Sciences and the School of
Agriculture in recognition
of leadership with agri-
Credit Union. Currently,
Roberta serves as the Mem-
ber Relations Manager for
the island”.
For over 19 years, Ro-
berta has been a strong
it from the University of cultural organizations and Manitoba Canola Grow- supporter and volun-
Manitoba (U of M) School outstanding service to the ers Association. Through teer for Agriculture in the
of Agriculture Diploma community at large. her involvement with this Classroom. She has served
Convocation exercises. Each year two Cer- provincial agriculture or- as a 4-H leader, mentored
The Certificate of Merit tificates of Merit are pre- ganization, she has played high school students in
sented, normally, one to a a leadership role in devel- world-wide charitable

graduate of the Agriculture oping programs for Mani- events, coached and man-
Diploma program, and one toba farmers including the aged numerous youth

to a graduate of the Agri- Crop Connect Conference, sports teams when her
culture Degree program. Crops-a-Palooza Field children were younger.
Roberta was raised on Day, and Learn to Lead, a She has been a long-time
OVER 20 UNITS her family farm northeast leadership development member of the Minnedosa
READY TO GO! of Basswood. Her parents, program for farmers. Rotary Club serving in sev-
Floor Bob and Gwen Manns, Roberta has been a eral leadership positions.
We do Replacement operated this century old strong advocate for farm Roberta has been
minor farm from 1969 to 2002. safety contributing to the farming with her husband,
Repairs. Offer
variety of Following high school, formation of the Mani- former local Ag Rep, Neil
parts Roberta followed in her toba Farm Safety Program Galbraith, for 30 years.
7 days a week to view!
father’s footsteps and at-
tended the University of
and persuasive in securing
funding for the Grain Safe-
Their two sons, Ryan and
Jason, have also returned
We guarantee our appliances Manitoba where she com- ty Trailer project spear- to the Galbraith’s family
work when they leave! pleted a Diploma in Agri- headed by the Canadian farm a few miles north of
Visit our new website culture. Agricultural Safety Associ- Basswood after complet-
www.clintscampers.com After graduation in ation. She is a supporter of ing their Diplomas in Ag-
Photo submitted
204-773-2931 1983, Roberta secured a STARS Air Ambulance and riculture. Neil and Roberta
204-773-0211 job as a Credit Advisor last year was one of the also have three daughters
with Farm Credit Canada celebrity participants to Lauren, Tizita and Fikira. David Barnard, President and Vice Chancellor
or text 204-796-0345 of the Univerity of Manitoba presents Roberta
and continued her career take part in a STARS Res- Congratulations Ro-
15 minutes East of
in agricultural finance for cue on the Island. During berta on a well deserved Galbraith with a Certificate of Merit.
Russell on Hwy. 45
Dealer Permit #4974 16 years with the Manitoba this event, Roberta raised honour!

Legion Auxiliary #138 Report

SUBMITTED Monday, May 16th with trict Commander, Marga-
13 members present. ret James, to the meeting.

T he regular meeting of
the Royal Canadian
Legion Auxiliary #138 was
President Laming intro-
duced and welcomed Dis-
trict Commander, Barb
The Food Safe Course
in Neepawa was complet-
ed and the certificate is
held on the afternoon of Roberds and Deputy Dis- good for five years.
Muriel McManus’ 90th
birthday party was a great
success and members of

the auxiliary assisted with
this event.
In September, during

DALRYMPLE’S Legion Week, there will be

an 80th anniversary tea,
dinner and dance.
Country Farm The Personal Care
GREENHOUSES Home project is close to re-
Opposite the dam at Minnedosa Beach Hwy #262 N. alizing monies needed but
may require more finan-
cial help. They would like

NOW OPEN to purchase a floor curling

game for the residents.
WELL WORTH A VISIT! District Commander
Roberts indicated that the
Wide Selection of Flowers, auxiliary can send four ac-
credited members to the
Vegetables, Perennials convention being held in
Fort Frances and that four
and Hanging Baskets proxies are allowed. She
The Minnedosa Community Centre Well worth a visit and you’ll indicated that when you
are carrying colours, you
June 5th, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. enjoy a touch of spring! must be in full uniform.
One application has
Tickets are $30 in advance and $35 at the door Open 7 days a week
been received for the
Sports Camp which is held
online tickets available at 9:30 a.m.- 8:30 p.m. at the International Peace
showpass.com. Phone 867-3317 Gardens.

David James.indd 1 5/9/2019 8:34:03 AM
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, May 17, 2019 11

New Little Additions Help Fill-A-Truck to Support

at Bison Park Diabetes Canada
By KAREN MITCHELL gently used clothing, shoes, accesso-
ries, sleeping bags, books, fitness and

I n support of Diabetes Canada, the

Minnedosa Lions Club are hosting
a Fill-A-Truck Event this Victoria Day
sporting items, small electronics, TV’s,
games and tools.
This will be the first year for the
long weekend. Minnedosa Lions to host a Fill-A-Truck
Diabetes Canada and Lions event. “I would love to fill a huge truck
formed a partnership with the Lions to donate to Diabetes Canada, but we
Fill a Truck in April 2018. The purpose is will take whatever we can get,” said
to collect a variety of gently used items Minnedosa Lions Club secretary, Lor-
for the Canadian Diabetes Association, na Hislop. “This is a win, win situation
who will in turn sell the items with pro- for everyone; people get to clean out
ceeds supporting Diabetes Canada’s their basements and garages, items
prevention and education programs. don’t go to the landfill and the Diabe-
Last year, 31,696 pounds was gathered tes Foundation gets the donation.”
for the nation-wide event. Currently, the Minnedosa Lions
The local event will run on the Club has 28 active members, however
same weekend as the Minnedosa town they are always open to new members.
wide garage sales, and the local Lions If you are looking for more information
Photo by Karen Mitchell are hopeful that people will be gra- on the Club, please contact Lorna His-
cious enough to donate any unsold lop at 204-210-2111.
By KAREN MITCHELL The herd of 12 cows, usually start items from their garage sales to this The Minnedosa Lions Fill-A-Truck
calving during the last week of April and important cause. event will run from tomorrow, Satur-

T is the season where calves can once

again be seen running around playing
at the Bison Park located on Beach Drive.
end the calving season the middle of May.
The herd is owned by the Paradis fam-
ily of Ste Rose, who will have the calves
Types of items they are looking
for include, but are not limited to;
small household appliances, cook-
day May 18th to Monday, May 20th.
People wishing to donate are asked
to drop off their gently used items at
As of presstime, there had been eight picked up in March 2020. The 12 cows ware, bakeware, tableware, curtains, 133-6th Avenue N.E. in Minnedosa be-
calves born, however, two passed away and one bull are permanent staples of the lamps, decorative items, bath items, tween the hours of 12 and 4 p.m.
(one by accident and one stillborn), leav- community and have been a huge attrac-
ing six healthy calves at the park. tion for Minnedosa tourism since 1996.

Minnedosa Town WideYard Sale

May 18th “Rain or Shine”
NORTHWEST SOUTHWEST 218 - 4th St. Dowsett
136 – 4th Ave. Wahoski 303 – 1st Ave. Kingdon Lot 3 Poplar Park Macey
156 – 4th Ave. Kenward 160 – 1st Ave. Baloun/Johnson 113 - 2nd Ave. Foord
120 – 6th Ave. Nicholls Lot 19 Poplar Park Gwyer 179 - 2nd Ave. (back lane) Charles/Barklay
102 – 3rd Ave Scott #2 Sprucebay Windross 341 - 3rd Ave. Hunter
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Victoria Day Long Weekend, Get on the Water Carefully

CSBC ReleaSe of boating season. dents and fatalities.
There are a number of Of particular concern

A h, long weekends.
There are only four
during the summer so
factors that together con-
stitute a dangerous mix
when on the water at any
this year is also the poten-
tial effect of legalized rec-
reational marijuana and
each one is cherished by time, but especially during the consumption of pre-
Canadians but this one long weekends; when the scription narcotics.
coming up carries special sheer number of boats on Boating sober is an
significance for boaters the lake which often out- especially important mes-
and cottagers. number those of a normal sage that boaters need to
It’s the Victoria Day weekend by a factor of 10! heed. Alcohol, recreation-
long weekend, which is Even on relatively calm al drugs or prescriptions
considered by most as the days, the converging waves narcotics should never be
unofficial start of summer! generated by the increased consumed either in ad-
It’s the weekend where traffic from sport boats vance or while boating.
the “Honey Do” List takes to large cruisers can eas- It’s not difficult to have
a back seat to opening up ily capsize smaller fishing an enjoyable and safe start
the cottage, launching the boats, canoes and kayaks. to your summer. By be-
boat and hauling out the While air tempera- having responsibly on the
water toys. tures over the Victoria Day water, ensuring you have
Historically, though, long weekend can often the proper safety equip-
this weekend has also be quite balmy, boaters ment aboard and limiting
been one that generates need to remember that the your alcohol consumption
Tribune File Photo
more than its fair share of temperature of the water to after you arrive back at
boating-related incidents has only risen a handful the dock, you can truly en-
and fatalities. It’s for this of degrees since the ice re- arrives. This, of course, is ficient personal floatation contributor to tragedies on joy this upcoming holiday
reason that May 18th to ceded. The cold shock can in addition to wearing a devices (PFDs) on board long holiday weekends can weekend.
24th is Safe Boating Aware- be deadly should someone PFD which will also pro- for everyone. Check them be the celebratory con-
ness Week managed by fall overboard or their boat vide some thermal protec- for proper fit as well as for sumption of alcohol that If your label reads
the Canadian Safe Boating capsizes and sinks. A good tion. Having the means to broken zippers or buckles, accompanies the euphoria
Council (CSBC). The goal idea to guard against this call for help, should it be split seams or excessive of leaving the rat race be- 19/05/31
is to remind those who ply possibility is to either wear required, either by marine wear. Should any of these hind, even for a few days. It’s time to renew
our Canadian waterways or pack thermal protective radio or cell phone (ser- be apparent, the PFD must In fact, alcohol accounts your subscription!
to boat safely and respon- clothing to slow the onset vice dependent) is a must. be replaced. for approximately 40% of
sibly, now at the beginning of hypothermia until help Make sure to have suf- However the greatest all boating-related inci- 204-867-3816


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Sandy Lake News

By Diane Bachewich Fernie, BC and also with their children and grand- Francis Kuzmak, wandoski, members of from Elphinstone and Er-
Dorothy’s cousin Gordy at children. On April 15th to Irene Thomas, Sadie Rys- the Erickson “SMASH” ar- ickson also attended. Lo-

S orry that there hasn’t

been any news for a few
weeks, due to me being
Nakusp, BC.
Get well wishes to El-
sie Kristolovich and Walter
25th they celebrated Eas-
ter in BC after their cross-
continent trip to Miami,
tephanuk and Johnny
Domaschuk took in the
Westman North/South Se-
chery club participated in
the 2019 Canadian indoor
3-D Archery Champion-
cal ladies who modeled are
part of the Waves of Hope
group were Helen Lewan-
away in Winnipeg with sis- Huculak in the Minnedosa it was enough driving so niors Carpet Bowling finals ship held in Brandon at the doski, Marlene Porteous
ter Janice as she is in the St. Hospital and Ollie Lewan- they flew to Kamloops in Rivers and took third Keystone Centre over the and Annette Beatty of Er-
Boniface Hospital. Wish- doski at the Brandon Hos- where they spent time with place honours. weekend. Lane got bronze ickson.
ing her get well wishes for pital. daughter Kelsey, Matt, Ja- The winner of the Le- in the Pre-Cub Division. The Shevchenko
a speedy recovery. Jim and Kelly Kryzy- cob and Nora. Also join- gion Men’s 50/50 draw for The participants came Dance Ensemble held their
Tim and Dorothy Ma- iank of Neepawa visited ing was son Christopher, April was Blair Bachewich. form various parts of Can- spring concert on Sunday,
luk have just returned with Aunty Diane Bach- Emily and Astrid Porter Spending some time with ada. May 5th at the Sandy Lake
home after a couple of ewich and the rest of her of Vancouver. They then Leona Orokopovich was Edmond and Rose Bil- Hall. All present enjoyed
weeks visiting with son family on Sunday. drove back with Christo- daughter Marcella Dixon liuk of Blind Bay, BC and the afternoon.
Stan and Marcie Maluk Ken and Darlene Por- pher to Vancouver where and son Riley or Oaka- Rose’s sister of Dauphin Sympathy is extended
at Kelowna, BC and with ter are back from BC where they spent some time there tokes, AB. visited with Leona Pro- to Sonia Chastko and the
Scotty and Carol Bain at they had a great visit with before flying back home. Garrett and Lane Le- kopovich this past week. Rochelle family on the
Barb Desiatynk, Cathy passing of husband Louis

Road Safety Week

Korocil, Lil Keluniuk and Chastko at St. Andrews.
Lucille Lewandoski at- Celebrations of Louis’s life
tended the “Waves of was held at the Selkirk Rec
Hope” fashion show in Centre on Sunday after-
Brandon recently. Ladies noon.
RcMP MeDia Release We have seen drivers not
wearing seatbelts, using

T his week is Canada

Road Safety Week,
handheld devices and
driving impaired. Mani-
a national campaign to
make Canada’s roads
tobans need to know that
unsafe driving behaviours
the safest in the world.
The week of
will lead to serious injuries
or even death. Please, for
May  14th  to May  20th  has
been strategically chosen
your safety and the safety
of others, buckle-up, put CAMP
as it is the first “summer” the phone down, drive
long weekend. More peo- sober and slow down. Legion Branch #138 wishes to announce that the Royal
ple are travelling on the Photo submitted The  15  lives that were lost Canadian Legion Athletic Camps will again be held at the
roads and traffic collisions tant that you focus on the toba RCMP responded on our roads this year is
are more frequent. Police simply tragic. International Peace Gardens from July 14th to August 10th,
road, pay attention and be to  15  fatal collisions that
vehicles will be stationed aware of changes in your killed  15  people. Every Please keep it safe and 2019. Sporting activities that will take place in this time
at key locations around the surroundings at all times. collision was preventable. enjoy the long weekend. period are volleyball, basketball, advanced track, track and
province to remind people As part of Canada field, soccer, gymnastics, multi sport and judo. Each camp is
that safe driving habits Road Safety Week from of a one week duration and is open to all youth.
save lives and reduce in- May 14th to May 20th, the
juries on our roadways. RCMP in Manitoba will be 19053GG0 The cost for attending these camps is $560/week. which
For many Manito- participating in National is shared on a one-third basis by the participant, the local
bans, driving is a routine Impaired Driving Enforce- Legion branch and the Legion Ladies Auxiliary, making the
part of their lives but it is ment Day on Saturday,
also potentially one of the
family’s share only $187.00.
May  18th  which will in-
most dangerous activities volve additional resourc- Posters relating to these camps will be posted in the
they do every day. This is es deployed throughout schools, post office and other local businesses. For more
why we must all do our the province conducting
part to keep our roads safe.
information log onto the website legionathleticcamp.com or
checkstops, rural gravel
Whether you drive a car, road patrols and addi-
phone 1-204-305-0991. This camp is world-class and is a
motorcycle, bicycle or are tional traffic enforcement. wonderful growing experience for any youth. The food is
a pedestrian, it is impor- This year, the Mani- excellent too!

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Please accept this as STEEL BUILDING SALE
brate Margaret Dmytriw’s 80th NICHOLS ON SUNDAY, May 26, 2019, at 12:30 p.m., BIG CRAZY DEALS ON ALL
Birthday at a Come and Go Directions from Erickson, MB: south on Hwy#10 to Mountain Road, BUILDINGS!” 20x21 $5,868.
Tea on Sunday, June 2nd, 2019 25x27 $6,629. 30x31 $8,886.
from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. at the
East to PR 262, 1 1/4 Mile North-North East.
There is room for larger items to be consigned -
32x35 $9,286. 35x35 $12,576. Town of Minnedosa
Minnedosa Ukrainian Hall. One End Wall Included. Pi-
call Larry Garton @ 204-648-4541. The Town of Minnedosa is accepting tenders for:
No gifts please. oneer Steel 1-855-212-7036
RFQ 2019-04
LAWN & GARDEN EQUIPMENT & DECO: CCIL lawn tractor (NR) with www.pioneersteel.ca
Minnedosa Agricultural 2019 Paving
deck & snowblower,18hp, horizontal shaft engine; Roper 16hp lawn
Society’s 5th Annual Party in tractor w/rear mount garden tiller, 2 46” decks; other riding lawn PROPERTY General information:
the Dirt. Saturday, May 25th,
2019 at the Minnedosa Ag
mowers, snow blower, trailers, tillers, deco items; TRUCK, TRAILER
AND ACCESSORIES: 1974 Ford F-350 flat-deck truck, new starter &
FOR SALE Supply and place asphalt along sections of 1st Ave SW & Victoria Bay. All
distance measurements are approximate and will require verification by
Society Barn from 9:00 p.m. alternator, 4 speed, V8, brake control; tires-various sizes, truck deck, box LAKE LOTS $44,900. the contractor.
– 2:00 a.m. $10.00. Everyone trailer, tow bar; RECREATIONAL, BOAT, ATV: Glasstron 15.5’ Boat with 10 Lakefront Lots Left!
Welcome. (10-2) x Calkins trailer, Merc 500, 50hp motor; Yamaha moto 4 quad, utility trailer, Tender package available for pick up at the Town Office or by emailing
Priced to sell. Sand beach,
outboard motor, snowmobile tarps; FIREARMS, BOW, ETC: Jannsen & kmoyer@minnedosa.com.
no building time restric-
HOMES FOR SALE Sons Co – 12-ga dbl barrel, “The Interchangeable”; 12-ga shot gun, dbl
tions. Established area Any enquiry concerning the content of this Request for Quotation should
barrel “Richards”; 12- ga pump shotgun, 2 ¾ - 3”, Lakefield Mossberg”
with many cottages. War- be directed to Kevin Marcino at 204-867-0037 or minpwork@mymts.net.
model on pics; 22 Cooey – repeater, Model 60, tubular; Remington Model
ren, Royal LePage 204-856-
1648 SQFT 770 7mm Bolt action, drop out clip, Bushnell wide- angle scope (like Sealed Tenders marked “2019 Paving” will be accepted at the Town of
new/cons); Winchester Model 1894 30WCF lever action (made in 1904- 3076. Minnedosa’s Civic Centre, 103 Main Street South, Box 426 Minnedosa, MB
cons); Winchester 30-30, Model 94 Lever Action (cons); gun accessories; R0J 1E0 until 4:30 p.m. on Friday, June 7, 2019.
compound bows, arrows, etc; HOUSEHOLD AND FURNITURE: Oak din- LOANS Fax: (204) 867-2686 Email: kmoyer@minnnedosa.com
$139,000 ing table/chairs, corner desk/filing cabinet, tables, deacons bench, oil
as is lamps, freezers/fridges, Singer treadle sewing machine, records, older Any or all of the quotations may not be necessarily accepted. (10-2)
acoustic guitar, dehumidifiers, vacuum cleaner, etc; COLLECTIBLES:
Exterior clad with
James Hardie siding.
Echlen Ignition cabinets, brass bells, cow/buffalo skulls, Coke case,
lobster traps, wooden-handled scythe; OTHER ITEMS, SHOP AND
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TOOLS: 15” Western saddle, step ladders, work table, slip tank, and much
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RELEASE / MEDIA ADVIS- Mounted heads, 808-0035 for your FREE bene- and assisting with other tourism committee activities includ-
ORY that needs to go out? framed artwork fits package. IS EXPENSIVE? ing outdoor movie nights. A driver’s license is an asset, appli-
Let us help you with that! Knives
Though we cannot guarantee plus much much more
A simple Classified cants are not required to be returning students. Apply to: edo@
minnedosa.com Box 1586, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0. Or drop
publication, MCNA will get Bradley Meyers ad starts at off resume at 39A Main Street S. Application deadline is May
the information into the right Auctioneer ONLY $9.00 17th, 2019. For more information, email or call 204-867-3885
hands for ONLY $35.00 + 204-476-6262 SELL
GST/HST. Call MCNA (204) www.meyersauctions.com TRY ONE TODAY!
947-1691 for more informa- 204-867-3816
tion, or email classified@ class@minnedosatribune.com
mcna.com for details. www.
16 Friday, May 17, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune


invites applications for a Rolling River School Division Patricia (Pat) Rose Wood-
CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES WORKER cock passed on May 4th, 2019 in
Parkland - Dauphin Office Rolling River School Division is located in the Minnedosa Hospital with
WRCFS is a mandated First Nations child and family services Agency responsible to southwestern Manitoba, Canada in close proximity to family by her side.
provide a full range of services, including statutory services, voluntary services and Riding Mountain National Park and Brandon. Pat enjoyed spending
prevention services to the children and families of its nine First Nations, residing on and time with her family and friends,
off reserve. The purpose of the programs of WRCFS is to sustain, support, and enhance reading, traveling, gardening.
family and community life. Reporting to the Community Based Team Supervisor, the
Pat also loved knitting and cro-
worker will be responsible to work as part of a team in delivering a full range of child and 0.5 FTE at Erickson Elementary
cheting items for family, friends,
family services utilizing a community based model of service delivery, with emphasis charity and fund raisers. Pat had
on prevention and resource services as a frontline approach. This is a term position. For more details and application information, please visit our website at been involved in many organiza-
DUTIES INCLUDE: www.rrsd.mb.ca select Employment then Teaching Positions. tions over the years such as Bethany
• Ensure a working knowledge of CFS legislation, regulations, standards and curling, baseball team, social group,
WRCFS policy and procedures Thank you to all applicants for their interest in ACW and health aid, St. John’s Sunday
• To operate within the mandate, understanding the role of a mandated worker School, Ducks Unlimited committee and Greenwing.
Rolling River School Division.
• Complete the Structured Decision Making as required Pat was predeceased by her husband George Arthur Wood-
• Provide Intake services using the Intake Module (IM) Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
cock, brother-in-laws Malcolm Woodcock and Bruce Day. Left
• Provide direct service; Placement
to cherish her memory are her sons: Larry (Maria) and Scott
• Ensure there is development of relevant community resources of an ongoing
nature and networks effectively with the existing resources (Natalie), Grandchildren: Jolene, Mike (Hailey), Braeden, Jona-
• Ensure culturally appropriate services than, Adam and Kayla. Great-Grandson Jessy, sister-in-law
• Make referrals to appropriate resources based on family assessments ROLLING RIVER SCHOOL DIVISION Shirley Day, cousins, nephews and nieces.
• Complete necessary administrative duties There will be a private graveside service for family mem-
Head Custodian
• Establishment of good working relationships with other community services and bers at the Bethany Cemetery. A celebration in honour of Pat’s
Onanole School - 5.5 hours per day
resources life will be held at the Bethany Hall on May 25th, 2019 at 2:00
• Provision of a full range of statutory child welfare services 12 months per year - split shift position
p.m. for all those who would like to attend. 
• Provision of individual and family counseling The Custodian provides cleaning and minor maintenance services to ensure a In lieu of flowers donations can made to the following:
QUALIFICATIONS: positive physical environment of the school building. Minnedosa Ambulance equipment fund, Minnedosa Firefight-
• BSW with at least two years related experience preferably in First Nations Child Qualifications: ers Equipment Fund or STARS Air Ambulance. White’s Minne-
& Family Services. An equivalent combination of training and experience will Required: dosa Funeral Home in care of arrangements   204-867-3868 
be considered. • Grade 12 www.whitesfh.ca
• Must have a commitment to First Nations Child & Family Services, community • Prior work-related cleaning and building maintenance experience
based planning & service delivery. • A working knowledge of and experience with commercial cleaning
• Knowledge of and appreciation for Ojibway culture and aspirations are essential. equipment DEATH NOTICE VOLUNTEERS
• The ability to speak Ojibway will be considered a definite asset. • Prior successful experience planning work activities, providing work load
• Must have demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and within a direction or employee supervision
multi-disciplinary approach. • Ability to work as effectively with others as a member of a team
• Must have computer training and/or knowledge of Microsoft Office
• Physically fit and capable of performing physically demanding work
• Be familiar with the Structured Decision Making assessment tools, Intake & CFSIS
is essential. • Ability to take initiative and work unsupervised
• Ability to communicate effectively with people both orally and in writing
The successful applicant must provide WRCFS with a current Criminal Record Check that • Able to work a split shift (early morning shift and late afternoon to
includes a Vulnerable Sector Search, Child Abuse Registry Check, Prior contact check and evening shift)
Driver’s Abstract prior to the commencement of employment. Travel is required. A valid When disaster
driver’s license and access to means of reliable transportation for work is a condition of strikes in your
• Current WHIMIS training and certification
employment. community,
• A working knowledge of and experience with commercial cleaning you CAN help,
SALARY: Commensurate with experience and training and according to Provincial pay equipment
scale. and we can
• Valid Class 5 Drivers License show you how.
Please submit resumes to:
Annette McKay, B.Ed., BSW, RSW A willingness to complete and maintain WHMIS certification is a job requirement
CBT Supervisor
West Region Child & Family Services, Inc.
Salary as per C.U.P.E. Collective Agreement. Start date to be arranged. (by July WITH THE
Box 280
1, 2019). RED CROSS
ERICKSON, Manitoba R0J 0P0 Fax: (204) 622-5248 For further information please contact Mr. Fred Scott, Maintenance Supervisor Anyone who would like TODAY!
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS: Monday, May 27th, 2019 at 867-2754 Ext. 239 fscott@rrsd.mb.ca to join the Proven family to Email:
Please submit a covering letter with a comprehensive resume, addressing the celebrate Randy Proven’s life vmb@redcross.ca
We thank all who apply, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
stated qualifications and naming three work related references to the following is welcome to the Basswood Phone:
by Monday, May 27th, 2019 at noon. Hall on May 25 at 2:00 p.m. 204-982-7634
In lieu of flowers please con-
Rolling River school Division sider a donation to the en-
Sarah Woychyshyn
Administrative Assistant, Human Resources dowment fund currently be- A GOT
Rolling River School Division ing established for students
Rolling River School Division is located in YOUR
Box 1170 of Passive House Design in
southwestern Manitoba, Canada in close proximity to
Riding Mountain National Park and Brandon. Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
Phone: 867-2754 Fax: 867-2037
Randy’s name. Details will be
available at the hall. Lunch V ATTENTION?

0.75 FTE TEACHER required

E-Mail: swoychyshyn@rrsd.mb.ca will be served. x
E Book this
The Rolling River School Division thanks all applicants for their interest.
ERiCkson ElEmEnTARy Applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.
(Phys Ed/music) space for
Employment is conditional upon an acceptable
Criminal Record and Child Abuse Registry Check. your next ad
For more details and application information, please visit our website at
www.rrsd.mb.ca select Employment then Teaching Positions. I Call
Thank you to all applicants for their interest in
S 204-867-3816
Rolling River School Division. E for more
Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
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Feedback from Wise

Solutions and
Complaints are heard
Substitutions about the newer top-load
washing machines tying Ph: 204-867-4657
Prairie Mountain
By bed sheets in knots. I cre- Independently Owned Gwen Usick Fax: 204-867-2150
and Operated Broker Realtor
REENA NERBAS ated a solution to that.
Hold the sheet vertical
by a corner, start twisting PR LIS PR
counter-clockwise until NE NE NE
Hello Reena, where they like to go, they snug; place that corner
Do you have a solution don’t like the smell. The into the machine, wrap-
for getting rid of silverfish? next step is to use Diatom- ping it counter-clockwise, MINNEDOSA
Gilbert aceous earth (dust) used giving a couple more twists
Well maintained 2 + 1
bedroom, 1 bath bungalow MINNEDOSA MINNEDOSA MINNEDOSA
with newer attached garage Well maintained 2 bedroom 1 bath - 2 + 1 bedroom, 1 bath 624 sqft double garage built in 2005
as filter media in swim- counter-clockwise as it and features wall AC, solid mobile home on 2 lots. - Cental air - Insulated 6” walls, jiprock, infloor
Dear Gilbert, ming pools. If you know wood kitchen cabinets, pantry, - Skylight in kitchen, open concept, heat.
goes in. As the end about updated windows, deep central air, plenty of storage. - Updated windows on main
tub, closet organizers, tons - Garage door openers x 2 &
Be sure to remove old someone with a pool, ask to go in, twist that portion of storage, shingles 2016.
- Large mudroom addition leads - 2 decks & storage shed remotes
to the oversized single attached in yard
stacks of: newspapers, to borrow a cup, or visit a up snug. No more knots! Deck, garden shed, patio & garage. - Garage is located on 8 lots on
edge of town
vegetable garden. - Shed, vegetable garden, paved
magazines, papers, books nearby garden store. If the Alan MLS #1830389 $159,000 driveway
MLS #1830776 $154,900
and fabrics plus food spills problem remains call an $149,000 MLS#1906414 $129,900 $149,900 MLS #1830171 $49,900
MLS#1905369 $215,900
and food stored for long exterminator! Sweet Suggestions
periods of time. Often re- I like to reduce the
Take a tour on Realtor.ca or our website www.remax-prairie mountain-npwa.mb.com

ducing available water Hello Reena, flour amount in most

and lowering the home’s I have had a gas cook- cookie recipes by one-
relative humidity with
dehumidifiers and fans
top for just over a year and
am having trouble keeping
quarter cup to make the Gill and Schmall Agencies
tenderest cookies that do
is helpful. Repair leaking the stainless-steel rings not dry out even after sev- www.gillandschmall.comÊ
plumbing and eliminate around the burner clean. eral days. Tina
moisture around laundry I’ve tried Bar Keepers
areas. Once the cause is Friend with a non-scratch I make icing with con- NEWÊ LISTING!Ê
remedied, there are many pad as recommended by fectioners’ sugar and milk.
products on the market the company selling the ThisÊ charming,Ê wellÊ maintainedÊ 3Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê
I make it thin, as I ‘paint’ Ê Ê

from baits to sprays that product but no luck. The the icing onto the cookies bedroom, 2 bath, 1400 sq ft bungalow
will get rid of silverfish, marks are very little and with a pastry brush. Thin is a must see! Lots of space, nice sized
aerosols such as: Raid and not significant, but I want enough to spread easily yardÊ withÊ aÊ newerÊ deck,Ê singleÊ de- ErinÊ Ê
Air Devil for hard to reach to keep it looking like new but not so thin that it just tachedÊ Ê garageÊ andÊ closeÊ toÊ allÊ Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê WoodcockÊ
places. As with all insecti- for as long as possible. makes your cookies wet amenities. Book your showing today!Ê Ê
cides, read the directions Christine and runny. Jessica 204-868-5559Ê
and warnings very care- MLSÊ #1911023Ê
fully. Dear Christine, I solved my burnt 212Ê 2ndÊ StÊ NW,Ê MinnedosaÊ
A simple silverfish After using the stove, cookie problem years ago.
trap can be made by tak- wait until it is cool enough First choice was the air
ing canning jars, scrub- to touch, sprinkle the insulated cookie sheets. If
bing them clean and then stainless-steel with baking that’s an expensive option Grant McKelvy
covering the outside with soda; followed by vinegar. and you don’t want to use Sales Associate
masking tape to make Scrub with a non-abrasive the cookie sheets with a RE/MAX Valleyview Realty 204-476-6260 gmckelvy@remax.net
them easy to climb. These stainless-steel scrubby lip all around, turn it up-
traps are then placed in pad. The right kind of side down. Now you have a
areas of infestation. The scrubby pad makes all of cookie sheet that lets air all
bugs will climb up and fall the difference and cre- around your cookies (best
into the jars and then will ates less work for yourself. for Shortbread). Gently
not be able to climb the Rainbow Scrubbies are ex- remove from oven as they
walls to escape. Moist cot- cellent tools for this project can be slippery. Linda
ton or starchy foods work because they are tough,
as bait. Also, leave cloves but don’t scratch. LAKE IRWIN BEAUTY! ELK RANCH AREA CUSTOM BUILD IN

Are Your Trees Making You

Open concept 1,730 sq. ft.
3 bedroom, 2 bath home 1,890 sq. ft. 3 bedroom, 1 bath 1,650 sq. ft., one owner home,
overlooking the lake. two storey home on on a beautifully landscaped
21.96 acres. lot, close to golf course and
MLS # 1904658 curling rink.

Vulnerable to Hazard?
MLS # 1911686
MLS # 1909230

T ime to trim?
Trees add beauty, shade
and value to our homes but it’s
lines. Keep yourself, your
equipment and all parts of the
tree at least three metres away
should actually begin during
the planning stages of your
important for homeowners to from the power line. Before you plant, look
keep their trees from growing • If you have a tree growing into up. If it appears that your tree
too close to power lines and the power lines, don’t attempt will eventually hit an overhead
other electrical equipment. to prune or remove it yourself. powerline, find a location that CHARACTER HOME IN ELK RANCH COMMERCIAL
Here’s why: Trees are conductors of electri- will not cause problems in the MINNEDOSA OPPORTUNITY!
• Tree limbs that come down city and a shock could be fatal. future. See Right Tree – Right 1,240 sq. ft. 2 bedroom with many recent 32 x 80 metal clad, metal lined shop with
during storms or high winds can • Only qualified tree trimmers Place at hydro.mb.ca for help to renovations. Insulated garage with concrete floors built to withstand weight
bring power lines down with are permitted to trim trees that plan your yard and make good workshop area. of heavy duty equipment. Good well.
them. Not only does this cause are near power lines. long-term landscaping deci-
MLS # 1905413 MLS # 1911692
a power outage, it creates a se- They use special tools and sions.
vere safety hazard by bringing bucket trucks that do not con- If you see a tree that is too
live power lines to the ground. duct electricity. close to a power line, report it
• Tree branches that touch • If any part of the tree or hedge to Manitoba Hydro at 204-480-
power lines can also cause a fire is within three metres of a 5900 or toll-free 1-888-624-
and could electrocute anyone power line, call Manitoba Hy- 9376.
who touches the tree. dro.
Before trimming or removing Before planting a tree or
a tree: shrub:
• Check the area for power Tree trimming safety
18 Friday, May 17, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune


“Living in your
Proud Supporter

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


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- 1,428 sq.ft., 1 3/4 storey - Lakefront lot ready - 1,552 sq. ft. 1 3/4 storey • Gravel, Topsoil 0r Call: Ian
• Sales of septic tanks
- 3 bedroom with updates
for new build
- 3 bedrooms, 1 bath Kirk 867-0180 867-7506 874-2134 or 867-0383
- 50’ frontage
- Double garage and - 127.5 foot lot

close to lake - Plenty of room for parking
Bryon Gaiser
- Original wood floors, doors,
$189,900 MLS#1906633 $99,900 MLS #1825486 trim and staircase.
$84,900 MLS#1912254 Truck & Skid
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- 1,330 sq. ft. 1 ¾ storey - 1,216 sq. ft. mobile home - 1,450 sq. ft. 1 3/4 storey
- Extensive renovations - 3 bedroom, 2 bath - 3 bedrooms, 2 baths C. BURTON ELECTRICAL EAVESTROUGH
Enterprises Ltd.
and upgrades - Near the river on a quiet - Extensive renovations and
street huge yard.
- Appliances included
$124,900 MLS #1908520 Refridgeration
$49,500 MLS #1819609 $184,900 MLS #1825666 Air Conditioning,
Heating & Electrical BILL HOPKINS
Considering listing your Property? 30 Years 204-867-0260 5” AND 6” continuous
Call me today for great service at great rates! hopkinswelding@hotmail.com
Ex perience!!
Siding Roofing
Bus : 867-3950 Soffit Fascia


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
Onanole, MB
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
prices Jon Kowal
Howard Wirch, C.G.A*
9-515 4th Ave.
Suite A
110 Main Street South
867-0145 Custom
Shoal Lake, MB
Minnedosa Fertilizer Minnedosa
204 867-5550 Floating Credit Union
Dauphin Office - Call today to book your
● Roofing ● Decks Main Line
15 1st Ave. S.W.
Phone: 204-638-3005
● Fencing ● Exterior ● Finishing spring floating needs! 204-867-6350
● 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
Debbie Strelczik
MÊ GijsbersÊ 204-867-6360
Dan Quesnel
Chartered Professional BACKHOE & TRUCKING
Accountant Inc. 204-867-6359
● AC
MinnedosaÊ Donna Dowsett
Ê 213ÊÊ 2ndÊ StÊ NEÊ Ê -Ê Ê BoxÊ 385Ê Ê 204-867-6361
T:Ê 867-3884Ê Ê Ê C:Ê 867-0190Ê Electrical Inc. (48-4)
Kim Butler
Email:Ê Ê Catharine@mts.netÊ
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
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
- Farm Programs $5.52/week $5.52/week E-mail
Don Simpson, CPA, CA Call 204-867 3816
Call 204-867 3816 Website
39 Main Street South, Minnedosa
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WAHOSKI G ORD K E L LY Lakeside St. Alphonsus
Septic Service
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
Law Office - Committed to Caring -
B-116 MainSt.St
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
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
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
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If you like to drink and can
• Construction •
That's your business
If you want to stop and can't LEONA’S
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P.O. Box 36
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• Pedicures & LCN Nails
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Mtg. Times: 8:00 pm Tuesdays
204-210-0502 • Piercing
• Eyelash Extensions
204-868-6886 Narcotics This Spot
67 Main St.
Anonymous can help
TRADING Meetings every only TAC
Book Small EnginE REpaiR & Ventures Inc.
Tuesday & $8.29 YaRd maintEnancE SERvicES
This Saturday at 7 p.m. Waste
per • Mowing & Trimming
at Calvary Temple, Management &
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ONANOLE, MB ❘ TUESDAY, JUNE 11th ❘ 12:00 noon
For more information, contact seller Ambrose Moyer 204-848-2485 or Terry Moyer 204-371-9998

DIRECTIONS: SE10-19-19 (50.6191887, -100.0260597)

From Onanole, MB. (Jct #10 & #354 Hwys) 3.5 kms west on #354 to Reid Rd., 0.4 kms south on Reid Rd. to sale site on west side.
Watch for signs Sale Day.


For a complete listing visit www.fraserauction.com

Brandon, MB Auctioneer: Scott Campbell / Jesse Campbell
P: 204-727-2001 F: 204-729-9912 TF: 1-800-483-5856 www.fraserauction.com E: office@fraserauction.com
Licensed and bonded. P.L. License #918093. Member of M.A.A., S.A.A., A.A.A., A.A.C.
NOTE: Cheques of $50,000 or more must be accompanied by bank letter of good standing. For more information on this please call Fraser Auction 204-727-2001 Not responsible for errors in description.
Subject to additions and or deletions. Property owners and Fraser Auction Service not responsible for any accidents. GST & PST where applicable. TERMS: Visa, MasterCard, Debit, Cash or cheque.