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Volume 137 Issue 15 Friday, June 21, 2019 www.minnedosatribune.com 90 cents plus tax

INSIDE Co-op Gifts $60,000 to Beach Project

this week


Little Valley
Jamboree Photos by Karen Mitchell

9 Above, Beach Enhancement Committee members

are presented with a $50,000 donation from
Co-op Community Spaces. (L-R): Lisa Buchanan,
Jennifer Sparrow, Camille Marnock, Tara Wark,
Jodi McVey, Laci Mailman, Lorne Zacharias,
Kayla Graham, Ken Jenner and Tamra Rapsky.
Drama Club
On Stage At right, Heritage Co-op presented

an additional $10,000 towards the local
beach playground upgrade project.

See story on Page 2

Happy 40th to a
Special Birthday Boy
2 Friday, June 21, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Rain Doesn’t Stop Valley Beach Runners

By KAREN MITCHELL nity builder. To that end we everything despite the
have set up a fund where weather.” The committee is

G rey, cloudy skies and

rainy weather didn’t
deter the motivated run-
we set aside .5% of our net
earnings for community
projects such as this,” ex-
already planning and gear-
ing up for another event
next year.
ners to come out and at- plained Ken. The top three results
tend the first ever, Valley That wasn’t the only for the 5km run included
Beach Run, hosted by the special announcement Matthew Toews 24:48, Lev
Minnedosa Beach En- made. Lorne Zacharias, Frykoda 24:59 and Rem
hancement Committee on General Manager of Heri- McQuaid 26:00 for males
Saturday June 15th. tage Co-op, presented the and Mischa Frykoda 26:27,
An array of age groups committee with a whop- Abby-Jo Wark 28:18 and
packed into the pavilion to ping $50,000 on behalf of Tess Manning 29:05 for fe-
register and prepare for the the Co-op Community males. In the 10Km event,
days run, prior to the start Spaces program. The Co- the top three males were
time of 10 a.m. A special op Community Spaces Michael Gruzo 40:12, Iain
presentation was also held funding has allowed lo- McDonald 43:09 and Sean
at 9:45 a.m. with all of the cal Co-ops across western Smith 51:23 with the top
runners in attendance to Canada to support a total three females being Gloria
view the extraordinarily of 26 projects so far this Kolesar 52:22, Amy Fryko-
generous donations. year. “I am pleased to pro- da 1:00:09 and Julia Tom-
Photo by Karen Mitchell
Ken Jenner, President vide the Minnedosa Beach linson 1:01:10
of Heritage Co-op, was Enhancement Commit- space that they can enjoy can see it! We feel proud the design continues to fit Heritage Co-op staff
on hand to present the tee with this donation, and be proud of and will that the Co-op saw the their needs before pur- also braved the dreary
committee with $10,000. in order to develop the keep Minnedosa on the playground as a worthy chasing it. weather and huddled un-
“I want to congratulate beach playground project,” map as a western Manito- cause and it’s nice to have In total there were 21 der a shelter in order to
the Beach Enhancement stated Zacharias. “This ba summer destination.” support from organiza- runners registered for the serve the runners, organiz-
Committee in their efforts will provide Minnedosa Lisa Buchanan, com- tions such as community 10km run and 48 regis- ers and on-lookers with a
to fund raise to renew the with a shared space where mittee member, explained spaces.” The committee’s tered in the 5km run. For delicious barbeque lunch.
beach playground. One our kids can learn and what such a donation does five-year goal was to raise the first event, the turnout Proud sponsors of the
of the goals of Heritage play. It will give our lo- for the committee, “We are $200,000 and currently, was wonderful. “The com- event were The Minnedosa
Co-op is to be a commu- cal Minnedosa residents a so close to our end goal we with these generous do- munity has always been so Tribune and The Running
nations and $3,000 raised supportive, whether it be Room. The Running Room
through event, they are sit- by coming to our events provided all the bibs,
ting at $180,000. Buchanan or donating,” expressed bags and medals and The
stated that the committee Buchanan. “The race was Minnedosa Tribune pro-
does need to get an up- a great learning experi- vided posters and advertis-
dated quote and make sure ence and we’re happy with ing.

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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, June 21, 2019 3

Legion Unveils Banners Honouring Veterans

for our veterans, and what to the schools through-
a better way to do that!” out the month of October
The local Legion and remain there until
branch is already in full Remembrance Day, so the
swing working on the next students can have a look
project, which coincides and get a more personal
with this project. A booklet connection with our local
of all local and area vet- war heroes.
erans is being compiled With 50 veterans al-
showcasing a photo and ready honoured, the
small write up about their branch is hoping to have
time served. As there is more veterans and/or fam-
only so much room for ilies come forward to have
banners around town, the their very own banners
branch felt like all veter- made. Once Main Street is
ans needed to be hon- filled, the banners will be
oured and spotlighted in placed on Armitage Ave-
some way. The book, once nue (from Main Street west
completed, will live on at to the schools) and also
the Legion Branch. “The along the Beach Road (PR
staff will turn a page every #262). “This will be a Ban-
Photo by Karen Mitchell day so that each and ev- ner year for Minnedosa!”
ery veteran is showcased,” boasts LaCoste, “We now
(L-R): Veterans Tom Delgaty, Fred Oberg, Boyd Grant, Jim Clark and Scott Collen. explained LaCoste. The have our own Highway of
booklet will also be sent Heroes.”
By KAREN MITCHELL rificed so much (in some
cases their lives), to ensure

O n Wednesday, June
19th at 2:00 p.m. at the
Minnedosa Legion Branch
that we could continue to
live in the freedom that we
enjoy today.”
#138, a worthwhile and The banners will find
meaningful project came homes on the light stan-
to fruition. In front of a dards along Main Street
packed house of over 200 Minnedosa. The Town
people, 50 veterans were crew will be putting up the
honoured with the unveil- banners next week and the
ing of 25, doublesided, goal is to have all 25 up
four foot tall by two foot before the July 1st week-
wide banners. The banners end and they will proudly
feature photos, names, di- remain in place until after
vision and conflict each November 11th, Remem-
veteran served in and what brance Day.
years they served. As part of the un-
Photo by Karen Mitchell
As initially reported in veiling ceremony, five of
the November 23rd edition Minnedosa’s very own, The first 25 veteran banners were on display for
of The Minnedosa Tribune, stood proud and un- the public to view. These banners will be hung
a subcommittee was es- veiled their own banner along Main Street before Canada Day. Little Saskatchewan River
Conservation District Tour
tablished to work on this to the packed house. Fred

project. John Mendrikis, Oberg (WWII), Tom Del-

July 8, 2019
Bryon Gaiser and Elvin gaty (WWII), Boyd Grant
Birch were tasked with the (WWII), Jim Clarke (Ko-
heavy lifting of getting this rean War) and Scott Collen Departs from the Rapid City Fair Grounds in
off the ground. The com- (Afghanistan) had the op- Do you have or know a child who could benefit from Rapid City at 9:00 a.m.
mittee hired Off the Wall portunity to have their pic-
Signs of Brandon to design tures taken in front of their
receiving healthy food packs over the summer?!? Travel by bus to visit a variety of project sites including ALUS projects
and produce the banners, banners, along with family Registrations for this free program can be picked up
and from the outcome and loved ones. at Minnedosa United Church office
Wednesday, it was a job “This is a very mean-
well done. ingful day for us,” reflected Tuesday - Friday Rapid City Fairgrounds

Local Legion Presi- President LaCoste. “It is 9:00 - 12:00 and 1:00 - 3:00
dent, Duane LaCoste, gave very exciting and an excel-
opening remarks and stat- lent opportunity for us to
Healthy food packs are provided to children over the
ed, “The unveiling of these honour our veterans. The summer months. Pick up of food packs is at the
banners honours our vet- objective of the Legion is to Minnedosa Food Bank located in the United Church.
erans, our heroes, who sac- honour, support and care
Pick up times will be prearranged
For more information contact
Stephanie 204-573-6262 or Carol 204-210-0209 Pre-registration required by Tuesday, July 2, 2019
Have a news tip Registration fee $15 per person
Lunch provided
or story idea? Register by calling the LSRCD at 204-566-2270 or
Email: lsrcd.mgr@mymts.net
Let us know!
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4 Friday, June 21, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

From the
Publisher’s Pen...
We Can’t Afford
By Darryl Holyk Wall To Wall Pharmacare
Time Correction…. By AAron Wudrick
canadian Taxpayers Federation
new government plan that replaced it.
Hoskins and others point out that not every-
I caused some concern with residents when they saw the
one has a drug plan, which is true. But the obvi-
start time for the Fun Fest parade reported in last week’s paper.
My apologies, that was a misprint and should have read 11 a.m.
However, on the plus side, I have just proven that people do still
I n early 2018, Prime Minister Trudeau appointed
former Ontario health minister Eric Hoskins to
chair an advisory council on the implementation
ous question is: why not focus limited taxpayer re-
sources on helping those who need it, rather than
subsidizing those who don’t?
read the local newspaper! See a full schedule of Fun Fest events
of a national pharmacare program. Simply put, there’s no need to wipe out a sys-
in this and next weeks edition of The Tribune.
This week, the council issued its  final re- tem that already works well for the vast majority of
port recommending a top-to-bottom overhaul of Canadians in order to help a few.
School winding down… prescription drug coverage that would effectively
wipe out the existing workplace and private drug
It’s no secret that when governments spread
themselves too thin, they end up doing everything
The Class of 2019 for Minnedosa, Rivers and Elton will
graduate today with Erickson students celebrating their gradu- plans that cover more than two-thirds of Canadi- poorly.
ation on Monday. Watch for our commemorative Grad Sec- ans, and replace them with a one-size-fits-all gov- More importantly, even if the government wanted
tion next week. For all other students in Rolling River School ernment plan for everyone, at a cost of $15 billion to, the federal cupboard is already bear.
Division, the final days of the school year are here with the last per year. Not only did the Trudeau government fail to
day of classes being next Thursday, June 27th. After a much- While some were surprised at such a “bold” balance the budget as promised in 2019, but their
deserved summer vacation, the 196 day, 2019-2020 school year (translation: expensive) recommendation, they promised “modest deficits” totalling $26 billion
will begin on September 3rd. Enjoy your summer! shouldn’t have been. Hoskins, a doctor who spent over three years ended up being $72 billion – near-
years working in war-torn places like Sudan and ly triple the campaign commitment – with no plan
Iraq, is nothing if not compassionate. Nobody to get back to balance anytime soon.
Here’s the Reason… should question his desire to help. If they can’t even keep a lid on their existing
First thing Monday morning, I received an enquiry from But compassion alone doesn’t make it a good plans, where are they going to come up with an-
a concerned citizen wondering why I had mentioned some of idea, and Hoskins’ own political past suggests he’s other $15 billion?
the previous weekend’s events in my Around Town column and not worried about running up the bills for taxpay- Finally, even if they could find the money,
not others? My answer was simple, I mentioned the events who ers. does anybody seriously believe $15 billion would
chose to support The Tribune with advertising and/or printing. As health minister under Kathleen Wynne, turn out to be the final price tag?
It is a simple case of “you scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours”. he  introduced  changes to Ontario’s health insur- From the federal  gun registry  to Ontar-
I mentioned those certain events as a small token of thanks ance plan that made prescription drugs free for io’s  eHealth, and from  ships for the navy  to the
for choosing to spend some of their advertising/printing dol- everyone under age 25, in spite of the fact the Phoenix payroll system, time and again govern-
lars with my business. Without the support of advertisers and overwhelming majority of this group was already ments have failed to stay within their estimated
print customers, we experience a revenue loss and if the trend fully covered by their parents’ workplace or pri- budgets, with taxpayers left holding the bag.
of people choosing only free online advertising or printing vate plans. These are the people Canadians are supposed
outside the community continues, the days of our small-town In effect, he spent taxpayer money subsidiz- to trust to deliver a massive new social program on
newspaper business will be numbered. That is a scary reality ing people who had zero need for a subsidy. the best-possible budget?
that I am constantly battling. Now, he wants to supersize that mistake on It’s easy for politicians to make big promises.
a national scale, by recommending that taxpay- It’s a lot harder to actually pay for them.
ers be forced to spend billions on a government We don’t need wall-to-wall government phar-
Lost? Don’t rely on the map... drug plan for people who already have workplace macare to address gaps in the system, and we sim-
Another concerned citizen approached The Tribune this and private sector coverage – coverage that would ply can’t afford it.
week to point out some errors in the new Minnedosa Valley Life almost certainly be more comprehensive than the
brochure, assuming it had been printed locally with us. Many
of the local churches and some of the business locations listed
in the brochure are incorrect. Had we produced this brochure Letters to the Editor can be sent to
we would gladly accept the complaints and try to remedy them
for our print customer. However, The Tribune did not produce editor@minnedosatribune.com or Box 930, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
this brochure for our local Community Development Corpora-
Views expressed in Letters to the Editor are those of the writer and
tion. I am not yet sure where it was produced but I can confirm
The Tribune was not asked to provide a quote on this print job. are not necesarily the views of The Tribune, its owner or staff.

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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, June 21, 2019 5

Nemetchek Hired as Municipal

Emergency Coordinator Ye O l d
By KAREN MITCHELL cy program and exercising vibrant community and
the plan and assisting the consider ourselves lucky to

A s of June 1st, Marcy

Nylen-Nemetchek, is
the new Municipal Emer-
Municipal Elected Officials
in implementing the plan
in the event of a disaster in
call Minnedosa home.”
Marcy is very eager to
begin her new chapter, “I
gency Co-ordinator (MEC) collaboration with munici- have always had a keen in-
for the Town of Minnedosa pal, provincial and federal terest in emergency man-
and R.M. of Minto-Odan- resources. agement. I funnelled that 1889 – The Minnedosa Agricultural Society purchased
ah. Marcy and her hus- enthusiasm into a career a plot of 20 acres of the school section that was sold by
This decision comes band, Donovan, have three as a National Park Warden auction. The price paid was $20 per acre. The society also
following the retirment of children; Konlyn, Kyan, in Riding Mountain Na- plans to purchase the government land being sold at
previous MEC, Barrett Nel- and Shay. Marcy also works tional Park and then as a auction today.
son, who agreed to remain as an Administrative Assis- volunteer RCMP Auxiliary
in the position longer than tant at Tanner’s Crossing Constable with the Spruce 1899 – A work bee was held at All Saints Church north
Photo submitted
originally agreed due to and Cool Spring Colony Plains RCMP detach- of Clanwilliam last Friday to put up a new fence around
the lack of interest in filling Schools and Donovan is a ment. Since 2012, I have After volunteering with the church yard.
the position. teacher at William Morton been volunteering with the local Municipal
The role of the Mu- Collegiate in Gladstone. our Municipal Emergency Emergency team for 1909 – An inspector of the fire brigades was in town
nicipal Emergency Coor- “I grew up in Minnedosa Team as the Emergency seven years, Marcy last week and an alarm test was given. The response was
dinator is to establish and and upon graduation, I Social Services (ESS) Man- most prompt, which pleased the inspector so much, that
maintain an emergency moved to Winnipeg to ager. This section of the he complimented the members on their efficiency.
program for the commu- earn my Bachelor of Physi- emergency team helps the has been hired as the
nity, to ensure that the cal Education and Master people and pets/livestock new Municipal
1919 – The Parks Board is seeking land for recreational
community is ready in the of Natural Resources Man- affected by an evacuation. purposes and has already acquired four acres.
event of a disaster. This agement from the Univer- The ESS team is respon- Coordinator.
program includes devel- sity of Manitoba. I then sible for setting up a re-
oping and/or maintaining started my career in Riding ception/registration cen- If anyone is interested
1929 – J. Burgess and Sons have bought the butcher
business of H.J. Greenham in Neepawa. Fred and his wife
an emergency plan in ac- Mountain National Park tre and organizing food, in volunteering with the
will run the new location.
cordance with the require- as a Park Warden,” said lodging, clothing, personal emergency team, Marcy
ments of the Emergency Marcy. “In 2001, I moved services and pets/livestock is currently looking for
Measures Act and the Man- to Gladstone where I was for those affected. I thor- volunteers to join the fol- 1939 – Minnedosa has been chosen as the site for the
itoba Emergency Measures employed by the provin- oughly enjoy working with lowing teams: Security, 1940 convention of the Union of Municipalities.
Organization. The Town cial Department of Water the amazing volunteers Communications, Cloth-
of Minnedosa and R.M. of Stewardship as a Natural and local service groups ing Services, Food Ser- 1949 – PFRA is calling for tenders for the construction of
Minto-Odanah have an ex- Resources Planner with that are part of our local vices and Evacuation. For a new dam for Minnedosa.
isting plan in place. the Conservation Districts emergency team and I am more information, you
The MEC is also re- Program. I returned with excited to continue to be can contact the Town of 1959 – The CPR wrecking crew had its Sunday morning
sponsible for ensuring my family to Minnedosa part of ensuring that our Minnedosa (204)867-2727 calm shattered when six flatcars were derailed on a west
training of those involved in 2007. Our family loves community is ready in the or R.M. of Minto-Odanah bound train one mile west of Minnedosa. No one was in-
in the municipal emergen- living in our beautiful, event of a disaster.” (204)867-3282. jured and rail traffic was back to normal that evening.

1979 – A new development, an expanded 12,500 sq. ft.

STAMPS Robinson Stores outlet for Minnedosa, is in discussion

for the former Tremont Hotel site.

1989 – A major “overflow” spill at the Mohawk Distillery

Rubber or Plant totally killed the Town lagoon. It is expected to take
a month for the area to get back on its feet.

Self-inking Dr. Derek Papegnies 1999 – MLA Harold Gilleshammer has presented the
Minnedosa Fish Enhancement Committee with $22,500
to go toward the construction of a fish ladder which is to


The Minnedosa
begin in September.
Since 1883

2009 – The latest partnership between Minnedosa and

129-2nd Avenue S.W., Minnedosa, MB the U of M Department of Landscape Architecture has
FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL: resulted in one new fitness station on the walking trail,

204-867-3816 204-867-2455
with plans for another eight to ten in the future.

6 Friday, June 21, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Library Gears up for Summer Programming

By KAREN MITCHELL I am looking forward to our up party we’ll be drawing a
weekly activity days. I have name for our grand prize of

T he Minnedosa Library
is gearing up for anoth-
er summer filled with free,
plans to reuse recycled
material for the crafts such
as tin can bowling sets, CD
a four foot tall hand-built
kiddie tent, medium prizes
like swimming goggles and
fun programming, geared disco balls, and milk car- balls, as well as handing
towards children who have ton bird houses. I am also out small prizes and stick-
completed kindergarten providing drawing lessons ers all summer,” said Holly.
through to grade six. for the older age group to There is no need to pre-
Starting next Friday, teach some technical skills register for the programs,
June 28th, Holly Parrott and techniques,” explained just show up and see Holly
will run daily events from Holly. “My hope is to have to participate. For more in-
Tuesday through Saturday. 120 children sign-up this formation please contact
The theme for the summer year, and from the excite- the Minnedosa Library at
is “Natural World”, there- ment I’ve seen during the 204-867-2585.
fore the kids will do a lot of visits so far it seems like
crafts using recycled ma- we’ll meet that goal. 
terials as well as working Along with the regular If your label reads
their way along a map of
the geographical world.
craft activities, there is also
a movie night and a magi- 19/06/30
“Many parents and cian being planned. The It’s time to renew
kids recognize me already program will wind up in your subscription!
from the day camps, crafts, mid-August with the kids
and art lessons I’ve taught having a party and winning 204-867-3816
Photo by Karen Mitchell in the past couple years, so some prizes. “At our wind

NEWDALE NEWS Southwest Crop Report

By RAVEN’S GLEN WI ents in BC recently when Hamiota, 97-years-old, in MB AGRICULTURE weed control is complete and are nine to 10 inches
they struck up a conversa- Birch Lodge. She passed and producers have be- tall. There are no major is-

O ur community sends
Grant Usick who graduat-
tion with a fellow camper
who happened to be a for-
mer resident of Newdale,
away in February and her
interment was held on
June 22nd. Ada was the
A much-needed rain
was received across
the Southwest this past
gun second-pass in certain
crops. Winter cereals are
heading out, but the crop
sues to date. Sunflowers
and corn are established
and growing slowly due to
ed with a Bachelor of Sci- Wes Mytruk. Wes’ dad ran sister of Garry and Dale’s week. Most areas reported is shorter than normal. Re- persistent cool conditions.
ence/Biology Degree from the old Fairview Hotel for Mother, Jean Watson. Jean 25 mm or more. Hamiota, cent rainfall will help head Pastures will benefit
Prince George University several years in the 1950s. and Ada’s family came Miniota, Newdale, and development. Cereal crops from recent rainfall, how-
in BC recently. Parents It’s always a small world from around the Crandall Rivers reported 25 to 35 staging varies depend- ever pastures that were
Wes and Diane and sis- when you start travelling area. Garry and Dale both mm. Ninette, Souris, and ing on seeding date. Most overgrazed in 2018, are
ter, Megan flew out for the and talking! grew up in Newdale, sons Lenore reported 40 to 60 fields are now tillering and still slow to rebound. More
University Convocation Lil Farrend enjoyed a of Don and Jean Watson. mm. Daytime tempera- first leaf node is visible in rain is required along
ceremony and then drove visit last week from a Royal Susan and Ed Leseur tures have improved and the main stem. Most crops with warmer weather. Re-
back with Grant and his Bank co-worker, Sharon of Brandon took the last this will benefit growth; have had herbicide ap- cent rainfall will help hay
girlfriend, Sydney Duncan Tremaine of Powerview, service of our Church year however overnight tem- plied. There are ongoing land and younger stands
to their home in Campbell MB. Sharon worked in on June 16th, Father’s Day. peratures still reaching reports of cutworms doing will probably benefit the
River, BC on the island. Newdale when the Bank Next week, church and a single digit lows. damage to cereals, corn most. Older stands will
Sydney graduated with her was still in the big brick pot-luck lunch will be at Seeding of all crops and canola. Soybeans have need more rain and time
Social Work Degree from building on Main Street. Cadurcis who have kindly is now 100% complete. benefitted from recent and this rain may have
Prince George also and Sharon had been visiting invited Cardale and New- Canola is recovering from rainfall. Most fields are in occurred soon enough to
they are both employed at her parents and siblings dale congregations to join insect damage, however the unifoliate to first trifo- help boost first cut yields.
Campbell River. We wish in Kelwood where she them. The next service in late seeded canola is just liate stage with some fields Dugouts are about 60 to 70
them both a great future! originally came from. She Newdale will be held in emerging. Early seeded having first pass of herbi- per cent full.
Birthday wishes are joined Lil and the Harrison September. Have a won- canola is starting to cab- cide applied.
sent to Jim Dayton of Shoal House Wednesday seniors derful and restful summer! bage out. Most first-pass Peas are doing well
Lake who celebrates his on for lunch, enjoying a nice Belated wishes to all
the 18th, he’ll always be a visit with others who re- the Fathers for Father’s
Newdale “boy”! Best wish-
es for the coming year!
We’d like to send
membered her from her
banking days.
The RM of Harrison
Day last Sunday, June 16th,
hope you were treated roy-
ally! A lovely inch-plus of
New Policy For Town Employee/
our sympathy to Bill Ma-
kowski on the recent pass-
ing of his wife Vicky. Bill
Park Age-Friendly Com-
mittee and the RM Fire
Department had a rainy
rain definitely put a smile
on all their faces! Fire Department Payroll
took his high school in Saturday for their Pancake By DARRYL HOLYK However, if a fire call is received while
Newdale, when his older Breakfast and Bar-B-Que the employee is working overtime
brother Mike was Prin-
cipal of Newdale School.
luncheon. But everyone
that took the events in, A new policy has been adopted by
the Town of Minnedosa regarding
Town employees who serve on the lo-
hours (including the noon hour), no
compensation will be given for the
time away on a fire call.
He joined a great group of were more than thrilled
sport minded young fel- with the rain that was fall- cal Fire Department. If the Town employee received a
lows in Newdale and as ing so it was a super up- The policy clarifies that in the fire call during regular business hours,
they all moved mostly to beat day. The food was HAVE A FASTER event of a fire call during regular Town then returns to work and proceeds to
Winnipeg they continued terrific and the company TURNOVER RATE! business hours (7 a.m. to 12 p.m. and work overtime hours, the employee
playing together on several everywhere was “A-OK”. 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Monday to Friday, will be entitled to receive overtime pay
teams. We send out sympathy Advertise your car in excluding Statutory Holidays), Town for all hours worked.
Shirley Pederson’s to Garry and Louise Wat- The Tribune employees serving as firefighters will The policy was adopted at the last
granddaughter-in-law, son and Dale and Roberta Classifieds! receive full regular pay for the time Town Council meeting on Tuesday,
Colbi (Darren) Pederson, Watson on the passing of spent at the call out as an incentive. June 11th.
was camping with her par- their Aunt, Ada Fleming of 204-867-3816
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, June 21, 2019 7

Full Agenda for Town Council Meeting

By DARRLYL HOLYK Mansell of the local Mani- increase. Watch for a more the side yard for this proj- 2020 was choses with more ed by the Fun Fest commit-
toba Assessment branch. detailed story in a future ect, however, as the Saler’s discussion and planning tee and Valley Cruizers for

M innedosa
Council met for

its regular June meeting

Cathy provided Council
with information and re-
sults of the 2020 reassess-
edition of The Tribune.
A public hearing was
then opened to deal with
house is set back further
from the street from neigh-
bouring houses, Tanner’s
to take place in the weeks
and months ahead.
Council has been
Fun Fest. First Avenue S.E.
(by the Cenotaph) from
Main Street east to First
on the evening of Tues- ment. Overall, Minnedosa a variation order applica- Crossing Planning District involved in discussions Street S.E. will be closed
day, June 11th in Council will see a 2.1 per cent in- tion applied for by Matt Officer, Brian Skatch did about a speed change as well as First Street S.E.
Chambers. Mayor Skatch crease in assessments. and Adrienne Saler. The not see a problem with and/or reduction along (past the Post Office) from
presided with Councillors Properties with an assess- Saler’s wish to build a 28 varying the side yard re- the Beach Road (PR #262). First Avenue south to Sec-
T. Dowsett, Blais, J. Dow- ment increase less than the by 22 foot addition on to quirements to allow this Once a speed change is ond Avenue S.E. Council
sett, Butler and Saler in at- 2.1 per cent may see a mu- the south side of their ex- project to proceed. Upon agreed upon, a recom- also authorized the use
tendance. Councillor Tay- nicipal tax decrease, while isting home on 5th Avenue his recommendation, mendation will have to be of Tanner’s Park for chil-
lor was absent. those with a greater than S.E. The current zoning by- Council approved the vari- made to Manitoba Infra- dren’s activities on the Sat-
The meeting opened the 2.1 per cent increase law reequipments do not ation order to vary the min- structure for approval. urday of Fun Fest.
with a delegation of Cathy should see a municipal tax provide enough space for imum south corner, side As the Minnedosa Se- As the Minnedosa

Splish Splash in Place

yard requirement from 13 nior Bombers have applied Regional Archives has ap-
feet to one foot. Councillor to Council for a Manitoba plied for an endowment
Saler declared a conflict of Liquor Control Commis- fund through the Manito-
interest and excused him- sion community event ba Heritage Trust program,
self from the portion of the permit for Fun Fest, Coun- similar to the one already
meeting dealing with the cil requests that the permit in place for Minnedosa
discussion and outcome of is granted. District Museum and Heri-
this variation order appli- Council authorized tage Village, Council ap-
cation. the Minnedosa Parent Vol- proved this request and
On the evening of June unteer Group Council and signed the necessary sup-
4th, the Mayor and a num- the Recreation Commis- porting documentation
ber of councillors met with sion to host a fundraising to allow for the establish-
the Minnedosa Firefighters beer gardens on the bas- ment of this fund.
for an information evening ketball courts at the beach Mayor Skatch was
and tour of the local fire on Canada Day. The times authorized to attend the
hall and equipment. Mem- authorized for the beer Manitoba Association of
bers of council were also gardens was 2 p.m. to 10 Municipal Emergency Co-
provided an opportunity to p.m. ordinators Conference in
view some demonstrations Council authorized Winnipeg on June 13th.
including the use of the street closures as request-
Jaws of Life on a vehicle.
Councillor T. Dowsett,
Taylor and Blais met re-
cently to discuss possibili-
ties of a special Minnedosa NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS
celebration next year for
Manitoba’s 150th. A date BY-ELECTION FOR COUNCILLOR
Photo by Karen Mitchell
of Saturday, June 13th,
By KAREN MITCHELL Rural Municipality of OAKVIEW
O n Saturday, June 15th Gerry Champagne, owner and
operator of Splish Splash Water Park, was out brav-
ing the cold and rain to start the process of blowing up all
Tuesday at 12 Noon
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on July 10th, 11th, 12th, 15th, and 16th,
2019 Between 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon and 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at:
1. The R.M. of Oakview municipal office at 10 Cochrane Street
of the inflatable pieces for the 100 foot by 150 foot water
park at Minnedosa Lake. The new business, the first in- Minnedosa Golf Club in Oak River, MB and
Public Notice 2. The R.M. of Oakview satellite office at 435-3rd Avenue in
flatable water park in Manitoba, will be open before you
Rapid City, MB
know it and the screams of excitement will be heard for
miles around. Public notice is hereby given that Minnedosa Golf Club NOMINATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING WILL BE RECEIVED:
intends to conduct the following pesticide controls if One (1) Councillor at large for Ward 1 of the R. M. of Oakview
necessary between April 15th and November 15th, 2019. (formerly the Town of Rapid City)
Municipality of Harrison Park Turf fungus preventitive/control may include using: The nomination deadline is July 16th, 2019 at 4:30 p.m.
PUBLIC NOTICE Nominations cannot be accepted after this time.
• Instrata #28861
All nominations shall be made in writing and shall be signed by at least
Audited Financial Reports • Daconil Ultrex #28354
twenty-five voters, or NOT less than 1% of the voters (whichever is the
• Trilogy #29870 lesser) of the authority or ward (as the case may be), but in all cases by
Notice is hereby given that the 2016 & 2017 • Prophesy #29951 at least two voters. Each nomination shall also be accompanied by the
Audited Financial Reports for the R.M. of • Eagle WSP #26585 candidate’s declaration of qualification.
Harrison Park have been received in the
• Banner Maxx #27003 Nominations may be filed in person at the above locations, on the date
office of the Municipality of Harrison
Park. These reports are available for • Compass 50 WG #27527 and hours specified, by an official agent, or by fax. To obtain a nomination
Weed control in turf and property land surfaces: paper, and/or candidate’s declaration or qualification, contact the S.E.O. at
inspection by any person at the Municipal 204-566-2146.
Office located at 43 Gateway St., Onanole, • Par III #27884
• Round-up #27487 Nomination papers not accompanied by the required documents
Manitoba, or the Satellite Office located at
and not properly filed shall be rejected.
108 Main St., Newdale, Manitoba, during The public may send written submissions within 15 days of
regular office hours. publication of notice to the following department. Dated at Oak River, MB this 17th day of June, 2019.
Dated this 6th day of June, 2019. Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship Diane Kuculym Bonnie-Lee Wright

Chad Davies, CMMA

Pesticide and Hazardous Waste Section Senior Election Official Assistant SEO
R. M. of Oakview R.M. of Oakview
Chief Administrative Officer 123 Main St. Suite 160 Phone 204-566-2146 Phone 204-826-2515
Winnipeg, MB Fax 204-566-2126 Fax 204-826-2274
oakviewcao@mymts.net oakviewadminrc@mymts.net
(14-2) R3C 1A5
8 Friday, June 21, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Reliving Those TV Classics

Minnedosa Drama
Club presents the
Bunker’s, Stivic’s,
Ricardo’s and


T he Minnedosa Drama
Club’s sixth Spring
production, “Those Were
The Days”, was held on
June 12th and 13th at the
United Church Hall. Photo by Karen Mitchell
The two-night event
was a complete sell out and The Bunker family: Edith, Archie,
audiences on both nights Mike and Gloria.
were brought to stitches
laughing at the hilarious
formance, “All in the Fam- tany MacDonald, Luke
performances put on by
ily”, cast consisted of; John Palson, Randy Collen, Re-
the two separate casts.
Earle, Cheryl Everett, Brit- becca Porteous and Blair
The first sitcom per-
Grant. The act led audi-
ences down the road of
Photo by Karen Mitchell
Archie Bunker vehemently
objecting to son-in-law
Lucy and Ethel in the famous chocolate candy scene.
Mike’s friends, an unmar-
ried couple, planning to
share a sleeping bag in the ville, Jim Shaw, Louise their spendthrift wives and far more difficult than do-
Bunkers’ living room. McInnes, Greg Kirk and insist the girls would not ing an “outside” job.
The second sitcom Shanna Turnbull. The act be so free and easy with All in all, another huge
performance of “I Love was the classic “choco- money if they had to go out hit for the talented cast
Lucy” saw a cast consist- late” episode where Ricky and earn it. Lucy and Ethel and crew of the Minnedosa
ing of; Bonnie Michaud- and Fred are fed up with counter this argument by Drama Club and director
claiming that housework is Mary Dalton.


The Minnedosa Chamber of Commerce would like to
thank the following sponsors for making the
14th Annual Ag Appreciation BBQ a huge success:
Photo by Karen Mitchell
Ricky and Fred try baking a cake. Richardson Pioneer Ltd.
Minnedosa Auto Wreckers
Friday, July 5, 2019 | Minnedosa Arena
Doors Open 5PM| Dinner Served 6PM Minnedosa Vet Clinic
Saler’s Backhoe & Trucking Ltd.
Wilson’s Wheels Auto Sales
J.P.B. Repair
CHILDREN WELCOME Alexander Jackson Law Office
Kids Under 12 Eat Free!
Tickets can be purchased from a Rotary
member or by calling 204-867-2113 M & M Autobody
Activities Tickets available for sale & pick up at the Minnedosa Insurance

July 1st
Minnedosa Co-op Grocery Store June 18&28
8:00 - 11:00 - Mason’s Breaky from 4-8PM Minnedosa Pharmacy
(United Church)
Minnagro Ltd.
Lic# LGCA 1375-RF-31711

10:00 - 2:00 - Sandcastle Building

Minnedosa Inn
2:00 - 3:00 - Sandcastle Judging
Sharon’s Town & Country Insurance Agency
11:00 - 7:00 - Lions Canteen
Jordan Appraisal Group
12:00 - 5:00 - Kid’s Zone/Water Wars
2:00 - 4:00 - Valley Cruizers Car Show
R.M. of Minto-Odanah
2:00 - 2:30 - Expressive Dance
Prairie Redi-Mix
with Crystal
Rick Taylor – RE/MAX Valleyview Realty
at Dusk s
2:30 - 3:30 - Smith and Wesson
3:30 - 4:00 - Zumba & Pound Demo
RBC Royal Bank
with Solange Minnedosa Chiropractic Centre
4:00 - 5:00 - Luke Palson Sims & Company
4:00 - 11:00 - Beer Gardens Sun Sun Restaurant
7:30 -10:00 - Bonfire and Wiener Roast Backswath Management
8:00 - 10:00 - Onanole City Limits Liberty Physiotherapy
Midnight Metalworks
We hope you will join us at the
Four Season’s Repair
Minnedosa Beach for a fun day for
Leona’s Studio of Image
the entire family.
Minnedosa Tribune
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, June 21, 2019 9

Jamboree Another Great Success!

By KAREN MITCHELL their time to come enter- ed the jamboree through
tain us. This is a huge part raffles, silent auctions and

T he 22nd annual Little

Valley Jamboree once
again went off without a
of what makes the Little
Valley Jamboree happen!
It was so nice to see the
live auctions. Without that
support we wouldn’t be
able to help as many kids
hitch, despite some not dance floor full most of the as we do and at the end
so great weekend weath- weekend!” of the day that’s what it’s
er! The event, which was This year’s deserv- all about,” expressed Woy-
moved into the Erickson ing young recipients were chyshyn.
Rec Centre a couple years Ella Waldner from Rivers Several past recipients
back, was packed and the and Blake Payette from and their families were
crowd could be seen danc- Neepawa. Hosting such also on hand to enjoy and
ing and toe-tapping to the an event is definitely not help in the festivities. This
live music provided. an easy task. The planning year a few past recipients’
“I’d say the weekend and prep work that goes families planned a meet
was a success, we had great into it each and every year and greet for past and pres-
crowds out both days! This alone is very time consum- ent jamboree families to
was definitely one of those ing and the fact that it is in spend time together. They
years where we were hap- its second decade, speaks enjoyed a wiener roast Fri- At right,
py to be indoors and out of volumes to the many dedi- day evening, which was a Like a big family
the rain. We had to make cated volunteers who run nice kick off to the week- reunion, past
a few changes to our kids it. end. recipients return to
activities to be able to ac- Rows and rows of ta- The Little Valley Jam- mingle with friends
commodate as much stuff bles were set up at the back boree Committee contin- and support new
under the tents or in the of the hall with a huge vari- ues to collect donations
recipients. Back row:
rink next door, but over- ety of silent auction prizes throughout the summer
Michelle with Brody
all we managed to make and live auction prizes. and will announce grand
it work,” explained one of “We were once again over- totals in early fall when Hall, Kynley
the organizers, Colleen whelmed by all the sup- they meet with families to Kristinnson, Bailey
Woychyshyn. “We heard port we received through hand over the cheques. Phillips, Evelyn
great praise towards all donations and people at- Lewandoski. Front:
the bands that volunteered tending who also support- Brigham McNabb
and Ella Waldner.
TRIBUNE PRINTING 204-867-3816 Photos by Karen Mitchell

Saturday July 6
7:30 - 10:00 a.m. - Minnedosa Lion's Pancake Breakfast - Minnedosa Arena
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. - Fun Fest Street Market - 1st Ave SE (Tank Street)
- Sponsored by Parkline Automotive
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. - UCT BBQ - 1st Ave SE
11:00 a.m. - Fun Fest Parade - West down 3rd Ave SW, north on 2nd St SW, east down 2nd Ave SW, north down Main Street,
ends at Blazers. Sponsored by the Minnedosa Chamber of Commerce
Parade Marshal: Audrah Caughell
11:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. - Covenant Church Luncheon - Covenant Church Parking Lot
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. - Minnedosa United Church Luncheon - Minnedosa United Church Hall
12:00 - 8:30 p.m. - Beer Gardens - Minnedosa Arena
12:00 p.m. - Minnedosa Senior Bombers Ball Hockey Tournament - Minnedosa Arena Co-ed event,
two age categories (15 and under and 16+). For more info or to register,
call Matt at 868-6886
12:00 p.m. - Minnedosa Legion Lunch - Minnedosa Legion
Friday July 5 12:00 - 3:00 p.m. - Valley Cruizers Car Show 1st Street SE
12:00 - 4:00 p.m. - Fun Fest Family Zone - Tanner's Park - Sponsored by Minnedosa Credit Union
12:30 p.m. - Karlheinz the Bubbleman! - Minnedosa Community Conference Centre (MCCC)
10:00 a.m. - Kid's Bike Decorating - west of the Personal Care Home on 2:00 p.m. - Eric the Juggler - Tanner's Park (bad weather location, MCCC)
3rd ve A SW
11:00 a.m. - Kid's Bike Parade - east down 3rd Ave SW from PCH, turns north 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. - Minnedosa Legion Bingo - Minnedosa Legion
on Main Street and ends at Tanner's Park 3:00 p.m. - Hot Dog Eating Contest - Tanner's Park (arrive 10 mins early if participating)
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. - Minnedosa and Area Recreation 9:00 p.m. - 2:00 a.m. - Fun Fest Social ft Better Than - $10, no minors
Commission BBQ in Tanner's Park
12:00 - 3:00 p.m. - Kid's Activities - Tanner's Park
4:00 - 10:00 p.m. - Free Glow Bowling (16 and under at Minnedosa
Bowling Alley - sponsored by Minnedosa Credit Union and
Sunday July 7
Minnedosa Bowl)
10:30 - 11:30 a.m. - Yoga at the Beach, gentle flow - pavillion -
5:00 - 7:00 p.m. - Minnedosa Farmer's Market - Covenant Church sponsored by Boho Soul Market
parking ot l 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. - Minnedosa Farmer's Market -
6:00 - 8:00 p.m. - Rotary Supper - Minnedosa Arena Tennis courts at beach

8:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m. - FREE Friday Night Family Dance - 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. - Yoga at the Beach, fast flow - pavilion -
sponsored by Boho Soul Market
Minnedosa Arena ft. Clubbing Fraggles,
2:00 p.m. - Fun Fest 50/50 Draw -
bouncy castles, Senior Bombers Giant at the Farmer's Market
Pong Tournament and more
10 Friday, June 21, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Muddy Moto-X Victoria Lifeline a Valuable Service to Seniors

Submitted Victoria General Hospital 24 hours a day, 365 days a monthly fee and the install
Foundation that is cur- year. fee will be waived for sub-

M innedosa Services
to Seniors is part-
nered with Victoria Life-
rently helping over 5,000
Manitobans lead active,
independent lives. Over
Lifeline is available as:
sidized clients. Full subsi-
dies are not granted.
For more informa-
line to bring peace of mind 90% of seniors in a national Home Safe – uses tion call Victoria Lifeline
to those living alone and survey reported that they your existing land line at 204-956-6777 or 1-888-
those with health con- wanted to stay at home as telephone along with our 722-5222. Information is
cerns and disabilities in long as they can. Lifeline communicator and basic also available at Minnedo-
the Town of Minnedosa, can help them do that by personal help button to sa Services to Seniors at
R.M. of Minto-Odanah and offering around the clock provide assistance at the 204-867-5190.
northern part of the R.M. assistance in the event of press of the button. Each year, the Vic-
of Oakview. Minnedosa is an emergency or acciden- toria Lifeline Grant Pro-
one of 78 partner programs tal fall. Families and health Home Safe with Au- gram provides financial
Photo by Triplecrownseries outside of Winnipeg. providers have peace of toAlert – Just like our basic support for projects that
Minnedosa began its mind knowing that the service, with AutoAlert you create or enhance oppor-
By KAREN MITCHELL Nationals. The MX series partnership with Victoria Lifeline service is there so are able to push the pen- tunities for healthy living
runs From April to Novem- Lifeline in March of 1999 immediate assistance in dant style button for help among older adults. This

L ast weekend,
Minnedosa’s McNabb
Valley hosted Round Three
ber, with fifteen total stops
along the way. The fourth
round of the MX series will
and had 14 subscribers
by the end of that year.
a medical emergency or
other situation is available.
at any time. However, Au-
toAlert adds another layer
year, Minnedosa and Dis-
trict Services to Seniors
Minnedosa and District By pressing a waterproof of protection by automati- was successful in being
of the Rockstar Energy Tri- be held in Courtland, On- Services to Seniors now Personal Help Button cally placing a call for help awarded grant funding to
ple Crown Series. With the tario on July 13th. provides service to an which may be worn on the IF a fall is detected and you print new brochures and a
rainy weather conditions, The event included a average of 60 clients per wrist or as a pendant-style are unable to push your “Resource Guide for Older
the event, that draws top number of classes includ- month, helping them to around the neck, help is button. Adults” in Minnedosa and
professional riders, turned ing the 250 Pro with 80 rid- remain safe and indepen- summoned. area. These items will be
into a muddy, slippery ers, 450 Pro with 80 riders, dent in their homes. When the Personal Home Safe Wireless available in a few weeks.
mess, however was proba- WMX Class with 40 Riders Since 1974, Lifeline Help Button is pressed, - Available depending on
bly the most fun these rid- and FXR PreMix class with has helped millions of se- a fully trained Lifeline cell service.
ers have had in a long time!
Unfortunately, due to the
40 Riders.
Hats off to the organiz-
niors and those with physi-
cal limitations to live inde-
Response Associate will
respond, assess the situ- Victoria Lifeline offers
Bridge Club
weather, the second motos
were cancelled.
ers for bringing this nation-
al event to our community.
pendently at home, with
full confidence. Victoria
ation and call appropri-
ate help, whether it is a
a subsidy program avail-
able to eligible applicants. Results
This is the second year It draws people from all Lifeline is a not-for-profit neighbour, relative or am- A Notice of Assessment
in a row for the local mo- across North America to community service of the bulance. These Associates from Canada Revenue June 13th
tocross venue to host the the Minnedosa area. receive extensive training Agency must be submitted
and on-going certification with the application form. 1st - Mel Harvey /
to qualify them to handle Taxable income must be Wilf Taylor
RURAL MUNICIPALITY each situation in a timely,
complete, caring and pro-
$16,000/year or less. The
partial subsidy model en-
2nd - Jean Garbolinsky /
Cheryl Orr
OF OAKVIEW fessional manner. The ables those approved to 3rd - Wilma Jones /
Associates are available pay approximately half the Lois Campbell

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Saturday, June 29th you are only advertising on- nagro (Rhonda). (15-3) x
it in person, by fax, mail, or email. son, MB. 1,100 sq. ft. home
at the Minnedosa United line, you are missing out on a
built in 1987 on a corner lot. whole crowd of potential cus- 5th annual Mason’s Pan-
Church Hall.
3 bedrooms – 2 up, 1 down, 2 tomers or attendees. Place an cake Breakfast. July 1st from
No gifts please.
AUCTIONS FOR SALE bathrooms – 1 up, 1 down, fin-
Your presence is our gift. ad for your upcoming event 8:00 – 11:00 a.m. at the Minne-
ished basement, Air Condi- in The Tribune classifieds – dosa United Church. (15-2) x
(14-2) x
tioning, Central Vac, Central they start at $9.00! Call 204-
McSherry Auction 2003 5th wheel trailer. 25 Air, Double attached garage. 867-3816 or email class@ MISCELLANEOUS
12 Patterson Dr.
feet long, sleeps six, one slide $174,000. Call 204-636-7800. RETIREMENT minnedosatribune.com SERVICES
Stonewall, MB out, half ton pullable. Asking (15-7) x
$11,500 or best offer. Call 204-
Estate & Moving 867-2005 for more informa- Diane Sandstrom is retir- After the FUNFEST PA- Terry’s Home Enrich-
Wed June 26th 4 PM Acreage, approx. 90 RADE on Saturday, July 6th, ment Maintenance. T.H.E.M.
tion. (15-2) x ing from Canada Post after 38
Consignment Auction acres. 2010 3 bedroom home, years of service. Please join us join us at the MINNEDOSA cell 868 8088 (them@live.ca)
Wed July 3rd 4 PM attached garage, workshop for coffee and cake at the post UNITED CHURCH for our an- MINOR REPAIRS and  MAIN-
Antique Tractor & Tools!
THING. Automotive, farm, 28x32, 2 sheds 40x60, pole office on Wednesday, June nual FUNFEST LUNCHEON TENANCE in your home! High
Estate & Moving construction, ATV, marine, shed 30x90, barn - painted 26th from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. x COLD PLATE SMORG. We quality painting  (Interior and
Wed July 10th 4 PM with tin roof, 10,000 bushel will be ready by 11:30 a.m. Exterior), Fix-it jobs. (5-11) x 
Yard * Recreation * Tools * motorcycle, golf carts, phones,
Antiques * Furniture * Misc * tools, radios, computers etc. grain capacity. Sandy Lake and will serve until 1:00 p.m.
Household * Reconditioned, obsolete and area 16-17-20. Asking Adults $12.00 Children (6-12)
Consignments Welcome! hard-to-find batteries. SOLAR $385,000 OBO call 204-573- $5.00 5yrs and under Free.
(204) 467-1858 or equipment. The Battery Man. 5137. (7-9) x Remember we are serving
(204) 886-7027 Winnipeg. 1.877.775.8271 homemade pies. (15-2) x
www.mcsherryauction.com www.batteryman.ca
12 Friday, June 21, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune


Insurance Broker Municipality of Harrison Park

Parkway Insurance
Employment Opportunity
Erickson, MB
Parkway Insurance is seeking an experienced, highly motivated team player Public Works Manager
to join our team of Insurance Broker professionals in Erickson, Manitoba. The Municipality of Harrison Park is recruiting for the full time position of
We are looking for an individual who builds key customer relationships and Public Works Manager. The successful candidate will be self-motivated, a
Town of Minnedosa provides exceptional customer service to contribute to the overall success of proven leader with supervisory experience. Personal leadership is required
The Town of Minnedosa is accepting tenders for: our organization. and the successful candidate will have a demonstrated ability to work as a
Reporting to the Manager of Insurance Services the successful individual will member of the team as well as with the public and other partners.
RFQ 2019-05
possess: The successful candidate will report to the Chief Administrative Officer
Hay Land • Strong communication skills both oral and written
and will be responsible for directing the overall planning, budget control,
General information: • Ability to build and maintain strong customer relationships
coordination and implementation of all activities and business affairs of
• Strong problem- solving abilities
The Town of Minnedosa has approximately 32 acres of alfalfa • Aspirations to pursue the career path of a general insurance broker
the Public Works Department.
hay land available for rental. Rentals must be submitted on a The successful candidate should possess skills in road works, waste
Applicants who have obtained the Canadian Accredited Insurance disposal sites and recycling. Water and wastewater treatment knowledge
per acre basis. Rental shall be on a yearly term renewable if Broker Level 2 license will be preferred. A candidate holding the Auto-Broker
both parties are in agreement. and courses would be a definite asset. They should have well developed
Technical Course or Canadian Accredited Insurance Broker Level 1 license will be written and verbal communication skills, along with computer skills.
The area is reserved for future housing development and area considered.
Must be willing to attend additional training as required.
may vary as construction progresses. A competitive salary, benefits and pension in a professional service oriented
environment is offered. Salary range is commensurate with qualifications & experience, full range
All distance measurements are approximate and will of benefits available.
Interested candidates with the desired experience please forward a cover
require verification by the contractor. email and resume in confidence by Monday, June 24, 2019 to: A detailed job description is available upon request.
Tender package available for pick up at the Town Office or by Stacy Gill
Interested applicants are asked to submit a detailed resume, cover letter,
Manager, Human Resources
emailing kmoyer@minnedosa.com three references and salary expectations marked “Public Works Manager”
by 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 2, 2019 to:
Any enquiry concerning the content of this Request for
Quotation should be directed to Kevin Marcino at 204-867- Tamara Sellman, CMMA
0037 or minpwork@mymts.net Assistant Chief Administrative Officer
(13-3) Municipality of Harrison Park
Sealed Tenders marked “Hay Land” will be accepted at the 43 Gateway Street P.O. Box 190, Onanole, MB R0J 1N0
Town of Minnedosa’s Civic Centre, 103 Main Street South, Box Municipality of Harrison Park Email: tamara@harrisonpark.ca
426 Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 until 4:30 p.m. on Friday, June 7, Employment Opportunity The Municipality of Harrison Park would like to thank all that apply
2019. Administrative Assistant in advance and advise that only those selected for further
Fax: (204) 867-2686 Email: kmoyer@minnnedosa.com consideration will be contacted.
The Municipality of Harrison Park is seeking applicants for the full (14-3)

Any or all of the quotations may not be necessarily accepted. time position of Administrative Assistant, based at the Onanole
Municipal Office.
The Administrative Assistant will act as the first point of contact on EF MOON is a second gen- Class 1 company drivers
eration Heavy Construction
LEGAL behalf of the Municipality for anyone phoning, emailing or visiting Company founded in 1962 and
wanted to haul bulk liquid
located in Portage La Prairie products throughout MB, SK,
the administrative office. The selected individual will be required Manitoba. AB and the US.
to perform an array of administrative duties including secretarial We are currently seeking expe- Competitive pay structure,
rienced, goal oriented individu- Dedicated dispatch, Well
and receptionist duties.
NOTICE OF LEGAL PROCEEDING als for immediate employment
in a number of areas: Class
maintained equipment,
The ideal candidate must be professional, possess strong customer Comprehensive benefits
TO: LESLIE GUY HOWARD 1 drivers, Foremen, skilled
package. One year
laborers, sewer & water per-
Be advised you have been named in Rossland Supreme Court service and communications skills in working with the public and sonnel, excavator, dozer, of Commercial driving
Action No. 13825 in a Petition under the Adoption Act. Service other staff members and suppliers. Computer literacy is essential. grader, rock truck, loader and experience required.
packer operators.
The individual must be proficient in Microsoft Office programs Contact us or submit your
upon you of the Petition is deemed to have been effected thirty We offer competitive wages,
(30) days after the date hereof. Please contact McEwan & Co. Law including Outlook and the Internet. Municipal background and comprehensive benefits plan,
Safety training and a safe work Phone: 204.571.0187
Corporation, Attention Jesse Gelber, at 1432 Bay Avenue, Trail, BC knowledge of Municipal Accounting programs is desirable. environment. Email: recruiting@
Requirements are: minimum renaissancetrans.ca
V1R 4B1 (250) 368-8211 for further information within 30 days of Must be willing to attend additional training as required. class 5 driver’s license, positive
work attitude, able to work well Fax: 204.727.6651
publication of this notice. Or submit an online
A detailed job description is available upon request. with others or alone, safety ori-
ented, work extensive summer application @
hours including some week-
Interested applicants are asked to submit a resume, cover letter, ends, work away from home,
VOLUNTEERS FINANCIAL and three references marked “Administrative Assistant” by Friday, pass a drug and alcohol test.
If you are interested in joining
June 28, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. to:
Tamara Sellman, CMMA
a well-established and grow-
ing company with room for NOTICES
advancement, please visit us at
Assistant Chief Administrative Officer 1200 Lorne Ave. E. in Portage
La Prairie, MB to fill out an ap-
Municipality of Harrison Park plication, apply online at www. Advertisements and
efmoon.ca, or email a resume statements contained herein
43 Gateway Street P.O. Box 190, Onanole, MB R0J 1N0
Need Email: tamara@harrisonpark.ca
to toddt@efmoon.ca
are the sole responsibility of

Cash? the persons or entities that

• We Loan
The Municipality of Harrison Park wishes to thank all candidates for their NOTICES post the advertisement, and
WITH THE • Easy application
interest but only those selected for further consideration will be contacted. the Manitoba Community
Newspaper Association and
• Approval with
Do you have a PRESS RE- membership do not make
LEASE / MEDIA ADVISORY any warranty as to the ac-
TODAY! • Title Loans
• No Credit Check
NOTICES that needs to go out? Let us curacy, completeness, truth-
CALL: • We service ALL of help you with that! Though we fulness or reliability of such
Manitoba cannot guarantee publication, advertisements. For greater
1-844-818-2155 AGER, TEAM  ORIENTED Minnedosa Farmer’s
MCNA will get the information information on advertising
Call Dan Devloo EMPLOYEE WHO CAN JOIN Market will be held Fridays
EMAIL: into the right hands for ONLY conditions, please consult the
(204) 526-7093 US. VERY GOOD WAGES, from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the
VOLUNTEER@ $35.00 + GST/HST. We also Association’s Blanket Adver-
CAI Financial FULL TRANING WILL BE Covenant Church parking lot.
do Media Monitoring, if you tising Conditions on our web-
REDCROSS.CA Unit K - 2151 Portage Ave. PROVIDED. SEND RESUME 4th Ave. S.W. (15-12) x would like to follow up and see site at www.mcna.com.
Winnipeg MB TO  ameu2021@yahoo.ca or
who picked up the material.
call 204-963-8865. (15-2) x Call MCNA (204) 947-1691 for
more information, or email
classified@mcna.com for de-
tails. www.mcna.com
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, June 21, 2019 13



Elizabeth Gregorash passed away at Minnedosa on June

Director Fills Position
6th, 2019 with family at her side. that stand the
She was predeceased by her husband George, daughter test of time.
Elaine, parents John and Mary Bachewich as well as siblings Barns
Andy, Sylvia, Florence, Martha and Ina. Shops
She was born August 6th, 1931 in the Sandy Lake area and
Riding Arenas
lived there until she got married. After her marriage, she lived on
a farm near Lake Audy where she raised six wonderful children Machine Sheds
then moved to Minnedosa in 1994. and more
Liz loved gardening, giving gardening advice and identify- craig.c@
ing our mystery plants. She enjoyed doing jigsaw puzzles, co-op word integritybuilt.com
puzzles, reading and watching curling. Her creative side was evident in 1-204-596-8620
her sketching and paintings. She was kept busy knitting baba socks for
her children and grandchildren. integritybuilt.com
We had many large family celebrations at her house with lots of delicious Ukrainian food.
(Sure miss those perogies, Mom.) After dinner, we would play a few games of samba which was
always a blast. She always kept the 8’s so we could not make a samba. ANNOUNCEMENTS
Mom especially enjoyed her lengthy phone conversations and laughter with her sister Ruth.
Mom will be missed by her children. Georgina Southall, Garry (Dianna) Gregorash, Norman
Gregorash (Janet Pelrine), Bev (Neil) Soroka and Darlene (Danny) Nechwediuk.
Liz had a great rapport with her grandchildren. The grandchildren will certainly miss baba’s
wit, sense of humour and laughter. She will be lovingly remembered by her grandchildren and
great grandchildren. Kara (Chris) Brownlee, children Carson and Keaton, Trevor (Nicole) South-
Power Builder Photo by Karen Mitchell
all, Troy (Tracy) Gregorash, children Levi and Seth, Trista Gregorash, son Christian (Trista’s
partner Rod), Travis Gregorash, Lee (Jerry) Sweeney, Terra (Chris) Goodyear, children Isla and By KAREN MITCHELL is, “Being out on the east
Cecilia, Shauna (Kyle) Szczerba, children Naomi and Roman, Ryan Soroka, Devin Soroka, Tanya WORKS! coast was too far away

Nechwediuk (Tish), Carla (James) Klug, children Sophia and Maci. • GET SEEN by over fter a little bump in from my family and friends
She is also survived by her sisters Ruth and Lillian Usick and brother Bob Bachewich. 400,000 Manitoba the road, the position and it is nice to finally be
A private graveside service will be held at a later date at the Minnedosa Cemetery, as per her Homes!
of Recreation Director back.”
• Use your LOGO!
Donations in memory of Liz may be made to: Prairie Mountain Health, Box 960, Minne- • Create instant top of has finally been filled. The Alexis is looking for-
dosa, MB, R0J 1E0. These donations will go to the Minnedosa Care home kitchen renovations. mind awareness Minnedosa and District ward to putting together
White’s Funeral Home – Minnedosa in care of arrangements. • Showcase your info, Recreation Commission new programs and offer-
business, product,
Messages to the family may be left at: www.whitesfh.ca have hired local girl, Alexis ing different things for all
job, announcements
or event Kuby. Alexis’ official start ages within Minnedosa.
ISABEL SPRIGGS STEWART • We format it, to date was Thursday, June “Growing up in the town, I
make it look great! 13th and she is already in feel like I know what would
Isabel Margaret Stewart, passed away peacefully, on Sun- • Starting at $339.00
full swing, working Mon- be good here, what would
day, June 16th, 2019 at the Tuxedo Villa Extendicare in Winnipeg (includes 45 lines of
at the age of 96 years. Isabel was born in Portage la Prairie, Mani- space) day to Friday. go over well and what pro-
toba on May 16th, 1923, the eldest daughter of George and Agnes • The ads blanket the Daughter to Dave and grams would be wanted.”
province and run in Pat Kuby, Alexis graduated Currently, Alexis is
MCNA’s 48 Manitoba
She was predeceased by her husband Lloyd (Jiggs) Hyde, from Minnedosa Collegi- busy working on the Can-
of Portage la Prairie, as well as her second husband Craig Stewart newspapers ate in 2013. She then went ada Day celebrations and
of Minnedosa. Isabel was also predeceased by her brother Don- • Very cost effective on to the University of Fun Fest kids parade. Once
ald, grandson Derek and great grandson Zachary. means of getting Regina for two years, tak- that is completed, she is
Left to mourn her passing are her children, Richard your message out to
ing her Sport and Recrea- eager to move on to plan-
(Lucie), Linda (Ed), Douglas (Sharalyn), Thomas (Janice), the widest possible
audience tion Management course, ning the fall programs.
Robert (Laurel) and Helen, and her Stewart family, Allyson (Mike),
Jennifer (David), Leslie, Elizabeth, and Keith (Laney) as well as
and then to the east coast If you would like to
Contact this newspaper
22 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. NOW or MCNA at where she attended com- speak with Alexis regarding
She is survived by her siblings Helen, Kenneth (Heather) and Dennis (Terri) and numerous 204.947.1691 or email munity college and worked upcoming programs or to
nieces and nephews. classified@mcna.com different recreation pro- just welcome her to the
Our Mom spent her early years growing up in Portage where she got her first job as a tele- www.mcna.com gramming. position, you can reach her
phone operator which lasted until she married our Dad, moved to Burnside and started what Coming back to at 204-867-2250 or email
grew to become our family of six on the family farm. They loved their many trips across Canada Minnedosa has been a minrec@mymts.net
and the U.S. and were planning their retirement when our father suddenly passed. Mom later welcome change for Alex-
remarried and moved to Minnedosa where she started the second phase of her life with Craig
and his family. They too travelled extensively and loved their winter home in Ft. Myers. Mom was
a formidable bridge player, prolific knitter, devoted Blue Jays fan and up to just days before her
passing, a fan of her daily crossword puzzle. Towards the end when life was not being as kind to
her, she still found opportunities to come up with witty comments as she had throughout her life,
but then there was that “You People…” day. Mom embraced technology, one item in particular
was her IPad and the FaceTime sessions with her family. She was honored as a Life Member of
The Order of The Eastern Star. PROPERTIES FOR SALE
The family would like to extend their heartfelt thanks to Terry, Lori and Patti for being there
for Mom when we could not, and to the staff at Shaftsbury Retirement home, the Grace Hospital
and Tuxedo Villa Extendicare for the comfort and care given to our Prairie Mountain Ph: 204-867-4657
Mom during her last few months. Independently Owned Gwen Usick Fax: 204-867-2150
and Operated Broker Realtor
Forever in our hearts and fondly remembered by all who knew and loved her.
In respect of her wishes, no service is planned and her remains will be cremated. Private
family interment to follow. PR LIS PR PR
If you wish, a donation may be made in her name to the charity of your choice. NEW NEW N EW N EW


-Plenty of storage space in this clean 1 3/4
storey 4 bedroom 2 bath home.
- Completely renovated open
concept 3 bedroom 2 bath home

Treasure in the - 2 + 1 bedroom, 1 bath

- Cental air
- Updated windows on main
Well maintained 2 bedroom 1 bath
mobile home on 2 lots.
- Skylight in kitchen, open concept,
-Mudroom leads to kitchen with new fridge,
cook top, oven, dishwasher
- Windows throughout approx 10 yrs,
central air, upgraded laundry
- Mostly LED lighting throughout
house, skylight in main bath
- New HE gas furnace, low hydro
central air, plenty of storage. costs average less than $95/month

Classifieds! - 2 decks & storage shed

in yard
- Large mudroom addition leads
to the oversized single attached
- Shingles, fasia & eves are approx
10 yrs old.
- 120 ft frontage located on a double treed
- New plumbing throughout,
updated water lines from street
-Attached single car garage
- Shed, vegetable garden, paved corner lot, single car garage with metal roof, constructed of 2x6 walls, R20


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14 Friday, June 21, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune


“Living in your
Proud Supporter

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


BIRCH Parish Backhoe
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CONTRACTORS ●Water Systems ●Basements
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• Basements, Demolition
• Snow removal
867-0400 water management
- 8.66 acre build site - Lakefront lot ready - 1,552 sq. ft. 1 3/4 storey
• Gravel, Topsoil 0r Call: Ian
• Sales of septic tanks
- Riverfront lot minutes from
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- 3 bedrooms, 1 bath Kirk 867-0180 867-7506 874-2134 or 867-0383
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- 127.5 foot lot
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- Municipal water 1.65 acres and the lake
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Soffit Fascia

ACCOUNTING CONSTRUCTION 867-0145 Closed cell Polyurethane Spray foam

Glen Burgess 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
Onanole, MB Monday - Friday
All at Competitive
prices Fairmount Solar and Electrics
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. For All Your Electrical Needs
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9-515 4th Ave.
Suite A
110 Main Street South
Shoal Lake, MB
Minnedosa Fertilizer Minnedosa
Dauphin Office - 204 867-5550
● Roofing ● Decks
Pinette Call today to book your
Credit Union
Main Line
15 1st Ave. S.W.
Phone: 204-638-3005
● Fencing ● Exterior ● Finishing
● Renovations ● Repairs
Electrical Inc. spring floating needs! 204-867-6350
Brad Ross
Fax: 204-638-5817
●Electrical Darvin - 204-868-5869 204-867-6366
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Robert - 204-867-7113 Terry McLenehan
204-868-5980 or 204-867-5544 Contracting 204-867-6363
Susan Glasgow
Ph: 867-3238
CatharineÊ Cell: 868-5741
Debbie Strelczik
MÊ GijsbersÊ 204-867-6360
Dan Quesnel
Chartered Professional BACKHOE & TRUCKING
Accountant Inc. ● AC
MinnedosaÊ Donna Dowsett
Ê 213ÊÊ 2ndÊ StÊ NEÊ Ê -Ê Ê BoxÊ 385Ê Ê 204-867-6361
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Email:Ê Ê Catharine@mts.netÊ
M&M GRAIN 204-867-6352
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AUTO BODY Specializing in 204-867-6354

BDO Canada LLP All Auto Body Repairs Farm
Trisha Paterson
Chartered Joanne Clarke
Professional Accountants Ph: 867-2083 Solar Brian Horner 204-867-6364
Farm, Business & Individual 5 Main St. North New Builds Gaylene Johnson
Grain & Fertilizer 204-867-6357
Professinal Services: Call us today for your Hauling Amber Johnson
- Tax 204-867-6374
electrical needs Fax
- Accounting 204-867-6391
- Farm Programs 204-281-3394 E-mail
info@liskebroselectric.com info@minnedosacu.mb.ca
Don Simpson, CPA, CA 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 ● Lawn Mowing & Trimming
General Insurance Gas Fitting 142
142 4th
4th St, NW.
St, NW. ● Hedge Trimming
PLUMBING Potable water Minnedosa,MB
MB 867-3831
Cheri McTavish – Broker ph: 867-2084 Minnedosa, 867-3831 ● Aerating & Power Raking
867-3946 HEATING cell: 867-0346 delivery.
Mass Sunday 9:00 a.m. ● Licensed Arborist Service
Book your portable ● Yard Clean Up
GAS FITTING toilets.
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(204) 476-4705
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Alexander or A.D.A.M.
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Law Office - Committed to Caring - Prairie Mountain HVAC/R
B-116 MainSt.St
of Manitoba RAINKE'S
RAINKIES Phone (204) 857-6100
Ventilation/Air quality
Minnedosa, MB Support Group Sewage Service Fax (204) 857-8389 Air Conditioning
867-3981 Plumbing & Heating JIM BEAUMONT
Meetings are held at Kitchen Equipment
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Ty Burton the month 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Owner/Operator
Commercial Gas Fitter
Commercial & Residential
Burgess Law 204-868-5358 For more info call:
Debbie Fisch
Cell: 476-6591 REAL ESTATE service specialist
Office (204) 725-8550 Dennis: 476-2766 Kent Brown
51 Main Street S 1-204-867-7346

Plumbing & Heating
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Anonymous can help Ventures Inc.
Meetings every Waterpals Rob’s Waste
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Management &
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Saturday at 7 p.m. Health Inspected • Mowing & Trimming
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16 Friday, June 21, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Sandy Lake News Cadurcis News

By Diane Bachewich busy one with the “Green Helen Derhak had Al- Caylin visiting. By Doreen TroTT
Holiday” Prasnicks. The lan and Nancy Derhak of Regina Prokopchuk

E verything looks so
nice and lush after the
much-needed rain. Now
St. Nickolas Orthodox
North Church held theirs
on Saturday morning, St.
Riding Mountain and John
(Butch) Derhak visiting
her this week.
of Saskatoon is spend-
ing a few days with mom
Pat and dad Peter at the
H appy Birthday to June Humphreys of Clanwilliam.
Barry and June celebrated her special day at the
home of Malcolm and Shirley Rose.
we need some nice warm Anthony’s Roman Catho- Irene Thomas re- Minnedosa Hospital. Cassey and Daniel Talker of Minnedosa and Garnet
weather. lic Church at Jackfish on turned home from Van- Norman and Karen Rose of Arden also visited last week with the Rose’s.
Get well wishes go out Sunday afternoon and couver where she visited Lungal of Tofield, AB vis- Clayton and Margaret Wareham attended the Little
to Peter Prokopchuk, Lau- the Holy Ghost Ukrainian with her two sons. ited with brother Clifford Valley Jamboree at Erickson. Margaret and Colleen Woy-
rence Osadec and Leonard Catholic Church on Sun- Fred Buhay of Cra- Lungal at the Personal chyshyn donated time as volunteers. A most worthy en-
Lewandoski who are in the day morning. All had mass ven, SK is visiting with his Care Home and Diane deavor.
hospital. dinner and the blessing of brother, Mike, at the Per- during the week.
Doreen Stapleton has
returned home from her
the graves.
Robert and Linda Le-
sonal Care Home.
Doug and Liz Watton
Nice to see Roseann
Maluk home from her hos-
enjoyable holiday in Scot- wandoski visited with son had their daughter Dani- pital stay. Wishing you a adsales@minnedosatribune.com
land. Ronald and family last elle, son-in-law Simon speedy recovery.
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Cheetos or Sunchips assorted ........................................ 225-310g ...............$2.99
Annettes donuts glazed ...........................................................12pk ............. $2.49
Kellogg’s cereal assorted..................320-440g ...... $3.99 FM Muffins assorted................................12pk ...... $4.49
Nutella spread .........................................................................375g ...............$3.99 Casa Mendosa tort assorted ...................................................640g ............. $2.99
Nestle water .................................................................... 24x500ml ...............$4.49
Ristorante or Casa Di Mama pizza assorted 390-410g ...... $3.99
Rogers white sugar ....................................4kg ...... $4.49 PC cream first ice cream or frozen yogurt ........................1.5lt-2lt ............. $4.99
KD original ..............................................225g ...... $0.99 Chapmans frozen yogurt assorted ............................................ 2lt ............. $4.99
Knorr pasta or rice assorted....................................................155g ...............$1.25 NN icecream bars or sandwiches CP assorted60-120mlx12 .. $8.99
Kraft BBQ sauce assorted ..................................................... 455ml ...............$1.25 NN fries assorted .......................................................................1kg ............. $1.88
Ocean spray cocktail assorted .............................................. 1.89lt ...............$3.79 Michelina regular dinner assorted .........................................255g ............. $1.38
PC chocolate covered almonds,peanuts,rasins ....................340g ...............$4.99

Mr.Maple cookie ......................................................................325g ...............$2.29
Dare wagon wheels assorted ..................................................360g ...............$2.79
Bush beans baked original................................................... 398ml ...............$1.69
UB Bistro rice mix assorted ...................................................250g ...............$3.29
French’s mustard ................................................................. 325ml ...............$2.79
NN ketchup ................................................................................ 1lt ...............$2.49 PC chicken spring rolls............................................................574g ............. $9.99
Heinz hot & spicy aloli ......................................................... 355ml ...............$2.99 NN chicken burger,nuggets,strips ..........................................908g ............. $6.49
GM cheerios family size .................................................. 570-778g ...............$5.49 NN black forest ham or honey ham ......................................1.3kg ........... $11.99
NN honey liquid ......................................................................500g ...............$4.99 NN bacon ................................................................................500g ............. $5.49
Kraft peanut butter ....................................................................2kg ...............$9.29 PC mild italian sausage ...........................................................500g ............. $5.99
NN CP Jam assorted ................................... 1lt ...... $4.49 PC T&J beef burgers assorted ..............................................1.13kg ........... $12.99
NN Medium roasted coffee.....................................................925g ...............$9.49 Chicken drumstick ............................................ $1.99/lb
NN tomato juice..................................................................... 1.36lt ...............$1.99 Striploin beef steaks ................................................................................. $9.49/lb
NN honey graham wafers .......................................................400g ...............$3.18 Outside beef round roast ......................................................................... $4.39/lb
NN cookies assorted ................................................................368g ...............$1.99 Pork tenderloin ......................................................................................... $3.99/lb

NN soda crackers assorted ...................................................4564g ...............$2.18
Snackpack Family pack assorted ......................................99x12pk ...............$3.79
NN cake mix assorted..............................................................468g ...............$1.49
UB WW brown rice or quick cook long grain .......................1.6kg ...............$7.28
NN vinegar white CP .................................................................. 4lt ...............$2.59
Tide liquid assorted 96 load ................. 4.43lt .... $19.99 Cherries ..................................................................................................... $3.49/lb
Snuggle fabric soften ............................................................ 1.47lt ...............$6.49 Green Leaf Lettuce ...................................................................................$1.29/ea
Scotties FT ......................................................................... 6x126sh ...............$7.99 Tomato on the vine ................................................................................... $1.29/lb
NN dog dry balance nutrition...................................................8kg .............$13.99 Green bulk peppers .................................................................................. $1.99/lb
Tropicana orange juice ......................................................... 1.65lt ...............$4.48 Russet potatoes........................................ 10lb ...... $3.99
FM 14% sour cream .............................................................. 500ml ...............$2.49 Strawberries ............................................................................... 2lb ............. $5.99
Pillsbury rolls cinnamon or chunk cookies or pie crust 400-468g ...............$2.79 Royal gala apples ...................................................................................... $1.79/lb
NN cream cheese brick ............................250g ...... $2.49

NN cottage cheese ...................................................................500g ...............$2.99
NN orange juice ..................................................................... 1.75lt ...............$2.79

Deli world bread rye light ..................................................... 900gr .............. $3.49
OPEN 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM, 7 DAYS A WEEK • 70 Main Street South, Minnedosa 867-2821
D’italiano buns or bread assorted ....... 456gr ...... $2.49 *PRICES AVAILABLE AT THE LUCKY DOLLAR IN MINNEDOSA ONLY