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INSIDE Asham Provincial Curling a Success

this week

Off To


Photos by Karen Mitchell

Teams competing in the recent Asham U18 Provincial Curling

Championships exit the ice following opening ceremonies.
New By KAREN MITCHELL title of Provincial Cham- ice maker. Overall, the
Chamber pions and the chance to event was a huge success.”

Executive A nd that’s a wrap! Af-

ter a year of planning,
carry on to Nationals in
Sudbury, ON in April, just
Minnedosa Mayor,
Pat Skatch was one of the

members of the Minnedo- a few short weeks away. dignitatires who brought
sa Curling Club can with- 176 event passes were greetings during the open-
out a doubt pat themselves sold during the weekend ing ceremonies. During
on the back for a job well and Donna Dowsett, event Tuesday’s Town Council
done. The Asham U18 co-organizer, couldn’t be meeting, Mayor Skatch
Provincial Curling Cham- happier with the whole acknowledged the hard women’s championship Donald went against the
pionships were held on weekend. “The attendance work and dedication by was the Meghan Walter Josh Masey rink, from Win-
If your Wednesday, March 4th was excellent throughout the organizing committee rink from East St. Paul. nipeg Beach, and claimed
label through Sunday, March the weekend and during and community volun- Walters was up against victory eight to three after
reads 8th. the opening ceremonies it teers who made the pro- Katy Lukowich’s rink, also only seven ends.
A total of 24 teams, was standing room only. vincial curling weekend from East St. Paul, and What a great hon-
20/03/31 including 12 men’s and The event of course could in Minnedosa a success. won 7 to 1 after only seven our for the Curling Club
It’s time to 12 women’s from all not have been possible if “It was an awesome week- ends. to host this event and for
renew your over Manitoba were in it wasn’t for the amazing end,” stated Mayor Skatch. For the men’s cham- Minnedosa to reap the
subscription Minnedosa to take part in volunteers and sponsors. “Some of those young curl- pionship, the Jordon Mac- benefits of such a huge
the five-day event. Each Also, a huge shout out to ers are just amazing.” Donald rink from St. Vital week.
Call 867-3816 team fought hard for the Jamie Stone who was our The winner of the took home the win. Mac-


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Novice Bombers Bring Home Chamber Welcomes

Championship Banner New Executive

Photo submitted
Photo by Karen Mitchell
Standing (L-R): Clara Saler, Morgan Madill, Emerson Pentecost
(L-R): Steve Robson, Maeghan Cann and Callie Mendrikis.
and Preslee Stinson. Kneeling (L-R): Hayden Brown, Steven Hume,
Travis Lamb and Mason Graham. By KAREN MITCHELL of Minnedosa regarding recycling; Mid-
night Madness, Santa Day and numer-
By KAREN MITCHELL Division 3 B-Side Champi-
onship on Sunday, March
nine-player Minnedosa
team ended the eight T he evening of Monday March 9th
saw the Minnedosa Chamber of
ous education/information meetings
for Chamber members.

T he Minnedosa Novice
Bombers team picked
up the championship ban-
Battling it out in a
three-team round robin
games with seven wins and
one tie. Despite a rough
start to their season, the
Commerce Annual General Meeting
held at the 50+ Centre. 21 people at-
tended the evening.
The next agenda item was the nom-
ination and election of Executive which
was facilitated by Minnedosa Mayor
ner from the Parkissimo against Birtle and Wayway- team ended the event in a The meeting opened with Cham- Pat Skatch. Outcome for the nomina-
Hockey League for Novice seecapo teams, the mighty, huge way. ber Chair, Dr. Beth Melendy, reading tion process resulted in a new Execu-
the synopsis of the Chambers 2019 ac- tive. The 2020 Chamber of Commerce
tivities/events. Events included; hiring Executive includes Steve Robson as
of the Chamber Coordinator position Chairman; Meaghan Cann as First Vice
– Lisa Bilcowski, May long weekend Chair and longtime executive member,
Bethany Community Centre garage sales, the annual Ag Apprecia- Callie Mendrikis continuing to serve as
200 CluB Winners 2019-2020 tion BBQ, sponsoring the Fun Fest Pa-
rade and Music in the Park, hosting a
Treasurer. At this time the positions of
Second Vice Chair, Secretary and Retail
candidates forum for Federal election, Chair sit empty and will be appointed
Draw # $50.00 $35.00 $25.00 hosting a joint meeting with the Town by the new executive.
Donna Shorrock Marilyn Newton Jim Dowsett
1 Minnedosa Minnedosa Minnedosa
Barrie Brooking Kim Burgess & Glen McNabb Kerrie Abel
2 Minnedosa
Minnedosa Winnipeg
The Asham U18 Provincial
Rose Dye Brad Ross Brian Skatch
3 La Riviere Minnedosa Minnedosa Championship Committee would
Eileen Madill
June Robinson
Lois Horner
like to thank
Thank You tothe
our following
Sponsors :

myCommunity GOLD
Harvey Wedgewood Lois Horner Leonard Curle
5 Minnedosa Minnedosa Bethany Neighbours Indeed

Mitch & Colleen Synchyshyn Tim Kingdon Duncan & Brenda Shorrock Be a Neighbour...
6 Erickson Minnedosa Minnedosa And announce
these special events
7 Joyce Cameron
Colton Spraggs
Allan & Gladys Broome
to your community SILVER
●Birth of Child
Betty Hillman Aaron Hale Jim Woloshen ●Wedding - West Man Curling Foundation -
8 Minnedosa Prince Rupert, BC Clanwilliam ●Wedding Anniversaries FRIENDS
Doug Dowsett Brenda Shorrock
25th, 40th, 50th, 60th
Clifford Minkus
9 Neepawa Bethany Minnedosa ●New home residency - Kirk’s Service -
You may qualify for a - IDA Minnedosa Pharmacy -
Wayne Woodcock Roland Street Mary Skogstad personalized keepsake
10 Bethany Minnedosa Minnedosa gift offer compliments - Minnedosa Insurance Services -
Dorothy Betteridge
of local business and - R/M of Minto and Odanah -
Burgess Martens Terry & Nicole McLenehan professional sponsors
11 Winnipeg Minnedosa Winnipeg - Integra Tire -
Minnedosa Pharmacy - Minnedosa Tribune -
Final $200.00 Winner: ZelDa & marlin FirBy, minneDosa Glenndosa Glass 1990 Ltd.
Special thanks to our ice-maker, Jamie Stone.
Minnedosa insurance Services
Name_______________________________ Telephone____________ Kim’sQuality Foods The ice surface was first class.
Integra Tire
Heritage Co-op Thank you to the kitchen staff for your good work.
Address Minnedosa Tribune
Gateway Motel Thank you to all of our volunteers for making this
Be part of your Community!
event possible.
Tickets for 2020/2021 are now available for $25.00. If interested in purchasing a ticket,
please clip and send your particulars to Lynne Betteridge at Box 7, Bethany, MB R0J 0E0 Thank you to all the fans. We enjoyed being your host
Contact Tillie Johnson
before April 15, 2020. 204-867-3414 at the Asham U18 provincials.
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, March 13, 2020 3

Minnedosa Hosts Bantam Rural Provincials

By KAREN MITCHELL 4,000 players compete for with three wins and one
a chance to win the cham- tie, landing them the gold

M innedosa was a hap-

pening town over
the weekend as it hosted
pionship. Host sites in all
categories are determined
each October and teams
medal for the Champion-
ship. Silver medal was tak-
en home by Flin Flon with
the Hockey Manitoba Pro- enter their appropriate three wins and one loss.
vincials being held from category to compete in Tournament orga-
March 6th through 8th for February and March. nizer, Jim Tomlinson,
the Bantam Rural A divi- Minnedosa Boys Ban- wrapped up the weekend,
sion. In addition to our tam team played their “We had a lot of positive
local players, six teams first games of the tourna- feedback from all the teams
gathered at the Minnedosa ment on Saturday March about the tournament and
Arena to play throughout 7th, winning 3 to 0 against that we as the host/ or-
the weekend including; Brandon and losing 5 to ganizing committee were
Brandon, Thompson, Dau- 1 against Flin Flon. On pleased to have the level
phin, Killarney and Flin Sunday, they played their of competition so close as
Flon. semi-final game against we did not know the level
Approximately 25 Killarney where they lost of some of the teams com-
communities across Man- 3 to 1, moving them into ing to playoff. We had a lot
itoba are hosts to Pro- the fourth game against of good hockey with sev-
vincial Tournaments for Thompson where they eral close games. I got the
Atom, Peewee, Bantam won 4 to 1 earning them impression everyone went Photo by Karen Mitchell
and Midget age divisions. the bronze medal. home happy “
Throughout these tour- Killarney was the big Minnedosa Arena played host to the Bantam Rural A Provincials last
naments, 250 teams and winner of the tournament weekend. Six out-of-town teams competed along with Minnedosa.

Rolling River School Division Presents 2020/21 Budget

By KAREN MITCHELL staff and the school bus replacement plan. There is an ex- 7% Supplies, 6% Benefits, 3% Fiscal/Capital. Expenses by
pectation for the division to decrease administration ex- function is broken down as; 59% Instructional, 13% Stu-

R olling River School Division (RRSD) hosted its annu-

al 2020/21 public budget presentation on Wednes-
day, March 4th at the Minnedosa School Division Ad-
penses including; office supplies, mileage and business
Under Five-Year Capital Projects, Minnedosa Colle-
dent Services, 12% Maintenance, 7% Transportation, 4%
Administration, 3% Fiscal and Capital, 2% Pupil Support.

ministration Office. The presentation was also obtainable giate is on the books for a couple of major renovations
to watch live online for those that could not attend the including; repairs to masonry walls – building envelope
meeting in person. upgrade and the replacement of the gym floor, which will NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The proposed budget presentation included a de- be completed during this year’s summer break. MCI has BY THE MUNICIPAL BOARD OF MANITOBA
tailed outline of the overall financial plan of the division also requested heating/air handling system upgrades
followed by a question and answer period. The detailed and this request is still pending. RE: RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF MINTO-ODANAH BY-LAW
financial plan appeared in the February 28th edition The RRSD breakdown of source of revenue is as fol- NO. 1/19 MUNICIPAL BOARD FILE NO. 19E-0058
of The Tribune. The overall 2012/21 budget comes in at lows; 42% RRSD Special Requirement, 38% Provincial PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, under the provisions of The Municipal Act,
$24,729,195 which is a .2% decrease from last year. Pro- Funding, 5% Rolling River First Nation, 2% Other Provin- S.M. 1996, c.58 and The Municipal Board Act, R.S.M. 1987, c. M240, that
vincial funding has yet again seen a 2.0% decrease mean- cial funding, 1% Other sources. The main expense by ob- the Municipal Board will hold a public hearing for the purpose of hearing
ing RRSD will receive $9,413,066 this year. ject is laid out as follows; 74% Staff salaries, 10% Services, any presentations in objection to or in support of the proposed By-law.
The portioned assessment (value of taxable prop- The public hearing will take place on Monday, March 30, 2020 at 6:30
erty within the division) has seen an increase of 3.3% p.m. at the Rural Municipality of Minto-Odanah, 49 Main Street
and totals $1,095,121,350, with specific percentage in- South, Minnedosa, Manitoba.
creases over the 2019 assessment as follows; Residential
2%, Farmland 2.9% and Commercial 7.8%. The mill (tax) The By-law proposes to levy a Special Service Tax on all 40
rate is proposed at 11.4 which is a decrease of 1.2%. The benefitting properties in the Village of Clanwilliam within the
special levy (local school tax raised through property Rural Municipality of Minto-Odanah.
taxation and levied by the school division) is proposed at The levy is for the purposes of Special Service - Garbage/Recycling
$12,441,199 which is an increase of 2%. PUBLIC NOTICE Services Plan No. 1. The Special Service proposal is for weekly
A noteworthy budget highlight is the fact that the di- garbage/recycling collection and transportation services, for
Regarding the 2020 Financial Plan
vision enrollment is expected to total 1,817 students for all affected properties in the Village of Clanwilliam, Manitoba.
the upcoming school year. This is an increase of 24 stu- PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to The Plan proposes to establish a per parcel rate of $201.60 to be
dents from the 2019/20 school year and an increase of Subsection 162(2) of The Municipal Act that the levied in each of the years 2020 to 2023 inclusive.
116 students from the 2015/16 school year. Council of the Town of Minnedosa intends to present
A copy of the By-law is available for review at the Municipal Office and at
There will be no changes to staffing levels as RRSD its Financial Plan for the year 2020 at a public hearing
The Municipal Board.
was approved to maintain full time equivalent (EFT) in- to be held in the Town Council Chambers located in
structional, clinical and Educational Assistant staff. Other the Minnedosa Civic Centre, 103 Main Street South on In addition, the Board requires that any party who intends to submit as
areas that will remain untouched include the maintain- Tuesday, April 14, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. evidence at the hearing any written material or other documents, shall
ing of technology equipment upgrades, school supply file four (4) copies of that material with the Board and one (1) copy with
Council will hear any person who wishes to make a
budget, outdoor education, hockey academy in Rivers, the Municipality for public review, at least 10 working days prior to the
representation, ask questions, or register an objection
professional development for instruction and support hearing.
to the Financial Plan, as provided.
If a party wishes to have service in French, or requires assistance because
Copies of the Financial Plan are available for review
of disability, they must notify this office 15 days prior to the hearing.
and may be examined by any person during regular
office hours of the Town Office located as noted above Dated at Minnedosa, in Manitoba, this 2nd day of March, 2020.
in the Minnedosa Civic Centre at 103 Main Street Brenda Loewen
South, Minnedosa. Secretary
Dated this 12th day of March, A.D., 2020 The Municipal Board
Cindy L. Marzoff 1144-363 Broadway
Chief Administrative Officer Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 3N9
The Town of Minnedosa 204-945-4014
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Around Pallister Government Announces Savings

By KAREN MITCHELL ries had the flexibility to maintain or develop a carbon

pollution pricing system that worked for their circum-

L ast week, the Manitoba Government announced a

further reduction to the Provincial Sales Tax (PST)
and a flat-rate fee of $25 per tonne green levy.
stances, provided it met the federal standard. The Gov-
ernment of Canada worked with provinces and territo-
ries on this plan for over two years and committed to
The PST currently sits at seven percent and will be return all direct proceeds collected in Manitoba, under
decreased to six percent on July 1st, 2020. This will be the Federal carbon pollution pricing backstop system,
By Darryl Holyk the second decrease in PST under the current PC Gov- through direct payments to families and investments to
ernment. Premier Brian Pallister decreased the PST to reduce emissions, save money, and create jobs.
As the old saying goes… seven percent in 2019, six years after it was increased
to eight percent under the former Greg Sellinger NDP
However, within last week’s announcement, Pal-
lister showed frustration stating. “Unfortunately, the
I’ve got my fingers crossed that the old saying is true Government in 2013. Federal Government ignored our request to work to-
and if March comes in like a lion, it will go out like a lamb. The flat $25 per tonne green levy will also come into gether as a true partner in tackling climate change, so
The month blew in with some unpleasant wintery weath- effect in Manitoba on July 1st. A green levy is described we have no choice but to act now to protect Manitobans
er so here’s hoping things are going to get better and the as “a tax imposed by a government on sources of pol- from the rising Federal Government carbon tax they are
month will end with warm Spring conditions. lution or carbon emission. A green levy is aimed at dis- bringing in this year. Ottawa has provided special ex-
couraging the use of inefficient sources of energy, and ceptions and exemptions to many other provinces but
Number 1, Volume 138… encouraging the implementation of environmental-
friendly alternatives.”
refused to consider Manitoba’s significant clean hydro
With today’s edition, The Minnedosa Tribune celebrates
The $25 per tonne carbon tax will be flat, meaning “Manitobans know tackling climate change is im-
its anniversary and we begin a new volume of the oldest
it will not rise in future years. The Manitoba approach portant and we are already doing our part by investing
weekly newspaper in the Canadian West. It was in March
is distinct from the Federal government, which has in- billions in clean, green hydro,” continued Pallister.  “To-
of 1883 that William Gibbens rolled out the debut edition
troduced an escalating carbon tax. It will reach $50 per gether with our hydro investments, the highest clean
of The Tribune from the very same location we operate from
tonne in 2022. fuel standards in the country announced in January,
today. While our back shop is part of the original printshop,
“Unlike the Federal government’s rising carbon plus additional measures we are taking, Manitoba’s car-
the front office of The Tribune has expanded a few times over
tax, our flat made-in-Manitoba Green Levy will return bon emissions will be reduced by more than any pre-
the decades. When The Tribune first opened, the front office
all of the money and more to Manitobans with the sec- vious government.  Our plan is better for the environ-
was a one-and-three-quarter storey log building which was
ond-lowest PST in Canada,” stated Premier Pallister. ment, better for the economy, and better for children
destroyed by fire in the early 1900s.
In 2016, the Federal Government worked with and grandchildren.”
provinces, territories and Indigenous Peoples on Cana- The upcoming reductions are expected to re-
Reasons why... da’s first “Comprehensive Climate Action Plan” to try to sult in the average Manitoba household saving
Minnedosa Town Councillor and local Manitoba 150 obtain a fair and efficient price on carbon pollution. $200 in 2022 for green levy and $359 in 2022 for PST.
steering committee chair, Tom Dowsett, has written a letter As part of Canada’s plan, provinces and territo-
to the Manitoba 150 Grant Application Review committee

Funding to Fight
inquiring as to why our community’s grant application was

Letters to
denied. He aslo invited the committee CEO, Jason Smith, to
visit Minnedosa this summer for a personal tour by him or
Mayor Skatch.

Fortunate Friday…
Dutch Elm Disease the Editor
Hopefully, the fact that The Tribune’s anniversary fall-
ing on Friday the 13th this year is not a bad omen for what SUBMITTED
the next year will bring. Here’s hoping that the old supersti-
tion about this day is nothing to worry about and that every-
one has a fortunate Friday. G reg Nesbitt, MLA for Riding Mountain, has wel-
comed funding for municipalities in the constitu-
ency to fight Dutch Elm disease.
Dear Editor,

Luck O the Irish…

“I am very pleased that our government is support-
ing this very important initiative in municipalities in
T his letter is a shout-out to Graeme Brown, the
manager of the Erickson Co-op Food Store who
has assembled a wonderful, informative and friendly
Following the unlucky Friday the 13th this month by my constituency,” said MLA Nesbitt. “Our government
team. Although the reorganization of the store took
just a few days is a day of luck and celebration by the Irish is committed to protecting Manitoba’s environment,
some getting used to, I am really enjoying some of
as St. Patrick’s Day returns on Tuesday, March 17th. Many and that includes controlling the spread of Dutch Elm
the new items offered.
still observe this day’s tradition in numerous ways even if its disease. These grants will enhance measures to protect
Congratulations on a job well done!
something as simple as wearing a green article of clothing these communities from Dutch Elm disease through
on the 17th. greater awareness and increased tree removal capac-
Thuraya Weedon,
Manitoba Agriculture and Resource Develop-
Erickson, MB
Tribune Founder ment will provide grants to five municipalities in the
William Gibbens Riding Mountain constituency: $12,920 to the Town
Born - 1854 at London, England of Minnedosa, $8,360 to the Town of Virden, $3,420 to Letters to the Editor can be sent to
Died - February 20, 1932 the Rural Municipality of Pipestone, $2,000 to the Mu- editor@minnedosatribune.com or Box 930,
at Cornwall, Ontario nicipality of Russell-Binscarth and $2,000 to the Prairie
View Municipality.
Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0

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Be Proactive With Proper Cyber Security

By KAREN MITCHELL tion and banking informa-

D uring this week’s

Minnedosa Chamber
of Commerce Annual Gen-
5. Conduct regular se-
curity training for employ-
eral Meeting, guest speak- 6. Conduct internal
er Azhar R. Laldin from audits and vulnerability
Castellan Information Se- assessments.
curity Services Inc. of Win- 7. Invest in updating
nipeg, shared valuable in- your technology assets as
formation on Information well as physical assets.
Security. Laldin walked the 8. Establish and en-
attendees through security force a proper password
myths, trends, impacts and management policy.
threats, frameworks and 9. Establish formal
best practices to keep your processes for onboarding
business and cyber data new employees – credit
safe and secure. checks, security/back-
We have all heard of ground checks.
big companies who have 10. Establish formal
had a cyber breach, re- processes for employees
sulting in customer data Photo by Karen Mitchell
who are leaving the com-
and information left in the pany – remove all access
hands of hackers. Custom- Azhar R. Laldin from Castellan Information Security Services Inc. of Winnipeg, shared valuable to business systems and
er information that could information on Information Security during Monday night’s Chamber of Commerce AGM. retrieve all business assets
include personal health including laptops, keys
records, banking records, and credit cards.
credit card information, a cyber-attack, Every 14 Financial Impacts; data/file loss, disgruntled ther make or break you 11. Establish business
emails and contacts, pass- seconds there is a ransom- the average cost of each employees, leaks, conflicts when it comes to informa- continuity plan and disas-
words, pictures and vid- ware attack, $300 Billion breached record is approx- of interest, unauthorized tion storage and security. ter recovery plan.
eos, addresses, etc. As a will be spent on cyber se- imately $195, the shut- access; loose lips and sto- So, what is the solu- 12. Create and support
business owner or in this curity by 2024, $6 Trillion down of business opera- rytelling. tion? What are some best a culture of information
ever-growing technologi- will be spent on cyber- tions until you are back up External Threats; practices for proper infor- security.
cal world of smart phones crime economy in 2021, and running and the costs Hacking, malware and mation security? 13. Establish policies
and apps, how can one the average amount small to contain and address the ransomware, phishing, 1. Implement formal and practices for access,
protect themselves and businesses spend on con- problems. drive-by downloads/mal- information security pol- archival and destruction of
their customers? That’s sumer grade cyber security Non-Financial Im- vertising, rogue software, icy and procedures which non-IT records.
where companies like Cas- products each year is only pacts; possible litigation social engineering and may include; technology As a business owner
tellan Information Secu- $500, and the most stag- from affected customers, hardware thefts. use agreements, password and proprietor of valued
rity Services Inc. come into gering piece of informa- tarnished reputations with Having the best em- policy, non-disclosure customer data, it is essen-
play. tion discovered, the cost of existing and potential cus- ployees in the world isn’t agreements and non-com- tial that you educate your-
What are some com- cybercrime tools and kits tomers, damaged relation- going to stop you from be- pete agreements. self and your staff on the
mon myths businesses on the dark web is only $1. ships/trust and negative ing cyber hacked if your 2. Identify ALL in- risks that may affect you
believe when it comes to What are the current public relations, lost rev- company does not have formation Assets such and understand the value
information security? Cas- trends of 2020? Some of enue streams, exposure of proper policies and pro- as; Hardware – comput- of the data that you collect.
tellan did the research and the trends showing for this trade secrets and proprie- cedures, along with good ers, laptops, printers/fax, It can be extremely over-
discovered four main be- year include; Data theft tary information and legal quality security products. cloud servers, on-premises whelming and frustrat-
liefs shared by small busi- turning into data manipu- action/fines for breaches Also, it could be the same storage devices, USB drives ing when you don’t know
ness owners. 1) The risks lation, increase in demand and non-compliance. said for if you have policies and filing cabinets; Soft- where to start, however
are NOT REAL, 2) Impacts for security skills and per- Internal threats that and procedures in place ware – financial systems, starting somewhere is the
of a breach are NOT SIG- sonnel, consumer devices can impact our security? but don’t have the trained spreadsheets and forms. key to moving forward.
NIFICANT, 3) Threats ap- will become bigger tar- Internal Threats; Mistakes and educated employees. 3. Identify and classify Reaching out to trusted
ply to BIG Businesses only, gets, attackers will become and sloppy processes, Valued employees can ei- the data you touch – gov- and respected security
and 4) Information secu- bolder/more commercial/ ernment issued ID or SIN, service organizations can
rity is ONLY about IT. less traceable and breach- date of birth and names. assist you with security
The statistics from es will get more complicat- 4. Identify Financial awareness, assurance, so-
2019 show that two out of ed and harder to beat. Data – credit card informa- lutions and assessments.
three small to mid-sized What are the impacts
businesses have suffered to businesses if hit?
Have a news tip
or story idea?
Let us know!

Dr. Derek Papegnies Wednesday, March 18th

Dr. Gerard Murray
vs. Moosejaw Warriors Optometrist
Monday - Friday
129-2nd Avenue S.W., Minnedosa, MB
For tickets call 204-726-3555 or visit
www.keystonecentre.com Visit the Wheat 418 Mountain Ave. Neepawa, MB
204-867-2455 Kings online at www.wheatkings.com 204-476-5919
6 Friday, March 13, 2020 The Minnedosa Tribune

Busy Season For Erickson Curling Club

Photos submitted
First Event winners Cliff Gouldie, Diane Gouldie, Second Event winners Al McPherson, Debbie Third Event winners Susan Nelson, Bob Manns,
Myles Dalrymple and Carol Dalrymple. Carlson, Ian Finley and Lawrence Pariesien. Neil Galbraith and Barrett Nelson.

SUBMITTED the Erickson Recreation volunteering to host the Junior curling program
Centre. Community Breakfasts for was held Wednesdays af-

E ach year starting in

November, various
groups including the Erick-
Each weekend the
menu is eggs, hash
browns, toast, juice/cof-
twelve years, and we hope
everyone enjoys the op-
portunity to attend, have a
ter school with a slightly
smaller group but very
successful again this year.
son Lions Club, Erickson fee and alternating with great breakfast and fellow- We are certainly proud of
Wildlife, Erickson Archery ham, bacon and sausage. ship visiting neighbours our junior program, with
Club, Kiddie Kollege, Mu- The Community Break- and friends. some juniors that started
nicipality of Clanwilliam- fasts were started because But as of March 1st, in our club playing provin-
Erickson Council, Heri- there was no restaurant in another successful curl- cially. The Junior Bonspiel
tage Co-op Employees, town that served breakfast ing year and community was held Saturday, Febru-
Erickson Skating and Fit- and to raise funds to be breakfasts have ended. ary 22nd with eight rinks
ness Committee, Erickson utilized for capital build- The curling year started participating.
Hockey Club along with ing projects and repairs for in November with seven The Erickson Annual
the Curling Members take the Erickson Curling and teams curling on Monday Mixed Bonspiel was held
turns hosting the break- Skating Rinks. The vari- evenings and eight teams February 28th to March
Fourth Event winners Emma Gray, Drake Lee,
fasts Sunday morning at ous committees have been on Tuesday evenings. The 1st with 20 teams entered. Kevin Cowie and Tessa Lee.
The Recreation Centre was son, Ian Finley and Law- built in the mid-seventies
busy with curling, hosting rence Pariesien. The An- and has had many up-
community suppers on derson House Third Event grades since then. What
Saturday and Sunday eve- winners were Barrett Nel- hasn’t been upgraded is
PUBLIC NOTICE nings, entertainment on son, Neil Galbraith, Bob the kitchen, which is out-
WEED/BRUSH CONTROL Saturday night and the last Mann and Susan Nelson. dated and inconvenient
Sunday breakfast cooked The Erickson Lions Club but has so much poten-
Public Notice is hereby given that the Municipality of Harrison Park intends to and served for approxi- Fourth Event winners were tial. Over the last number
conduct the following Pesticide Control Programs during 2020: mately 70 people by the Emma Gray, Drake Lee, of years our current board
Erickson High School Stu- Kevin Cowie and Tessa has worked hard to in-
1. To control noxious weeds and/or brush on municipal road allowances within dents. Lee. crease the use of the build-
the Municipality. The projected dates of application will be from June 1, 2020 The Heritage Co-op The Erickson Recre- ing and promoted this
to October 31, 2020. The herbicides to be used include: First Event winners of the ation Association Commit- complex as a ‘community
Glyphosate Clopyralid MCPA Annual Bonspiel were Cliff tee is continuing to be busy building’ and we are hop-
2,4-D Picloram Triclpoyr Gouldie, Diane Gouldie, planning, applying for ing that when the kitchen
Myles Dalrymple and Car- grants and raising funds renovation is complete the
2. To control weeds and brush on municipal owned property to which the ol Dalrymple. The Com- to be able to renovate and centre can be utilized even
public normally has access to, including exhibition grounds, waste pass Credit Union Second upgrade the kitchen as it more.
disposal sites, parking lots. The projected dates of application will be from Event winners were Al is an expensive endeavor.
June 1, 2020 to October 31, 2020. The herbicides to be used include: McPherson, Debbie Carl- The Recreation Centre was
Glyphosate Clopyralid MCPA

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3. To control the following insect pests including: grasshoppers, mosquitos,

forest tent caterpillars, cankerworms, etc. The proposed dates of MAIL THIS FORM WITH PAYMENT TO BOX 930,
application will be from June 1, 2020 to October 31, 2020. The MINNEDOSA, MB R0J 1E0 PHONE 204-867-3816
insecticides to be used include:
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(Minnedosa, Bethany, Clanwilliam,
4. To control mice and rats at the municipal waste disposal sites at various Erickson, Onanole, Sandy Lake, Lake
Audy, Olha, Vista, Elphinstone,
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Bromadilone Brodifacoum Mountain Road and Neepawa)

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Newdale News
SUBMITTED There were other winning so very well done Conor! These natural resources vincial Curling Playoffs windy day. Unfortunately,
Minnedosa bowlers who League coaches select have shaped their eco- held in Minnedosa last he was unable to join us for

C ongratulations to
Douglas Dalgarno and
his bowling partner, Tyler
will be attending other age
group National competi-
tions. Good luck Doug-
these winners.
The World Day of
Prayer was held on March
nomic history. Citizens
have fought for indepen-
dence but it has taken lon-
weekend. They lost their
first three games in round
robin play. Lucas and the
coffee. After the last week
of melting temperatures, it
was quite shocking to step
Dyck of Minnedosa, who las from all your Newdale 5th with a smaller crowd ger than many wished for. team have had a great year outside Sunday. But folks
will be representing Team friends! present. The women Lynne Tolton, Carol Dal- winning many games lead- have spotted some geese
Manitoba at the Youth Bill Zahaiko is espe- of Zimbabwe had pre- garno and Doreen Staple- ing to Provincials Playoffs. back already and lots of
Challenge Nationals in cially proud of his great- pared this year’s program ton arranged the day and The community sends horned larks are seen flit-
Calgary in May, along with grandson Conor Geekie with several interesting provided lunch following, very Happy Birthday wish- ting along the roadsides.
their Coach Alan Tarn. The who was named the Mani- facts presented. Zimba- where a video was shown es to Dot Wareham who Have you seen that crow
Team Minnedosa - Bantam toba AAA Hockey “Rookie” bwe (meaning “house of this beautiful country. will celebrate her birthday yet?
Boys brought home the of the Year, when the year- of stones”) is located in Lucas Pedersen and on March 19th. We hope
gold medal from the Ban- end Awards were handed the heart of Africa and his rink of Jayce Freeman, you have many more Dot!
tam Boys Provincial Bowl- out. Unfortunately, Conor is rich in minerals such Jack Lyburn and Rhett Dan Jardine took the
ing Championship held in only played in 26 games as gold, platinum, nickel Grieve out of Virden, par- Sunday Service at the Unit-
Winnipeg on March 1st. because of illness this year, diamonds, tin and coal. ticipated in the U-18 Pro- ed Church on a very cold

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Folgers K-Cup Classic Roast ...................................................12ea ..............$7.99 Kell Pop-Tarts,Rice Krispies assorted ............................ 176-400g ..............$2.59
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Pepperidge Farm Goldfish assorted ......................................180g ..............$2.49 PC Chocolate Chips assorted .................................................300g ..............$2.99
ED Smith Pie Filling assorted .............................................. 540ml ..............$3.69
Campbell’s Chili or Chunkey assorted..... 425g-540ml ...... $1.99 CL Leaf Tuna water Flake/Chunk ..........................................170g ..............$1.79
PC Splendido Olive Oil Extra Virgin .......................................... 1lt ..............$8.99 NN Peach Halves in Juice..................................................... 796ml ..............$2.79
Glad Kitchen Catchers Regular .............................................48ea ..............$5.99 Puritan Stew assorted..............................................................700g ..............$2.69
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Pinesol Cleaner Liquid assorted .......................................... 1.41lt ..............$3.99 Kraft Cheese Parmesan ...........................................................250g ..............$6.49
Windex Glass Cleaner Blue/Sparkling Lime ...................... 765ml ..............$4.49 Bicks Pickles Dills with Garlic/without Garlic.......................... 1lt ..............$4.49
Lysol Disinfectant Spray assorted ..........................................350g ..............$4.99 Fancy Feast canned cat food assorted .....................................85g ..............$0.69
Scrubbing Bubbles Original or Fantastik AP Cleaner .650-950ml ..............$4.99 Beggin Strips assorted .............................................................170g ..............$3.59
Ivory or Dawn Ultra Dishwash Liquid Original ................. 573ml ..............$2.79 Purina Dry Dog Chow .............................................................. 8Kg ............$18.99
Twenty Mule Team Borax ....................................................1.84kg ..............$6.99
Clorox Bleach Regular Concentrate ..................................... 3.57lt ..............$3.99 Black Diamond Pro Slices assorted .......450g ...... $3.49
Fleecy Liquid Fresh Air ......................................................... 1.47lt ..............$4.99 Simply Juice Orange,Gold Peak Iced Tea assorted...1.54lt-1.75lt ..............$3.99
Bounce,Fleecy Fabric Softner Sheets assorted......................80sh ..............$4.99 NN Cream Cheese Brick .........................................................250g ..............$2.99
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PC Max Bath Tissue/Paper Towel .................................. 12ea/6ea ..............$6.99 Source Yogurt Vanilla/Strawberry ..........................................650g ..............$2.49
Quaker Oatmeal assorted ............................................... 264-344g ..............$2.99 International Delight coffee whitner .................................. 473ml ..............$2.59

Quaker HC Cereal/Corn Bran Squares/Life original375-560g$3.29
Kraft Peanut Butter Smooth....................................................500g ..............$3.69
Heinz Juice Tomato ............................................................... 1.36lt ..............$2.49
V8 Cocktail vegetable ........................................................... 156ml ..............$2.79
Mio Water Enhancers assorted.............................................. 48ml ..............$3.49
PC Peanuts Dry Roasted Seasoned/Honey Roasted ............700g ..............$4.79 Janes Pub Style Chicken Box assorted ....700g ...... $7.99

PC Bacon ..................................................................................500g ............. $5.49
NN Crispy Southern Chicken 8pcs...........................................1kg ........... $14.99
ML Top Dogs Wieners regular,BBQ .......................................375g ............. $3.99
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Inside Round Beef Roast ................................... $4.39/lb
PC Naan Garlic/Original .........................................................250g ............. $2.49 Boneless&Skinless Chicken Breast ......................................................... $5.49/lb
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Minute Maid Punch Frozen Juice Mix assorted ................. 295ml ............. $0.89
Magnum or Klondike Ice cream Bars assorted ...... 100-125mlx6 ............. $5.99
High Liner Fish assorted......................500-700g ...... $6.99
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OPEN 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM, 7 DAYS A WEEK • Broccoli .....................................................................................................$2.79/ea

Green Onions.....................................................$0.88/ea
70 Main Street South, Minnedosa 867-2821 FM McIntosh Apples 3lb ............................................................................... $3.79
Red Tomatoes On The Vine ..................................................................... $2.99/lb
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8 Friday, March 13, 2020 The Minnedosa Tribune

Tips For Staging Your Home For The Market

W ith spring just around the corner, the most favour-
able and busiest time of the year for houses to go
on the market is now! Buyers are eager after the long win-
Don’t over-upgrade - Quick fixes before selling al-
ways pay off. Mammoth makeovers, not so much. You
probably won’t get your money back if you do a huge
The first impression is the only impression - No
matter how good the interior of your home looks, buyers
have already judged your home before they walk through
ter to start looking for potential houses and Real Estate improvement project before you put your house on the the door. You never have a second chance to make a first
Agents are ready and eager to take on your listing. market. Instead, do updates that will pay off and get you impression. It’s important to make people feel warm,
If you, or someone you know, are thinking of put- top dollar. Get a fresh coat of paint on the walls., clean the welcome and safe as they approach the house. Spruce
ting your house on the market there are a few things to curtains or go buy some inexpensive new ones. Replace up your home’s exterior with inexpensive shrubs and
consider first. Who is the best real estate agent to take on door handles, cabinet hardware, make sure closet doors brightly coloured flowers. You can typically get a 100 per-
your listing and what are some tips and tricks you can do are on track, fix leaky faucets and clean the grout. cent return on the money you put into your home’s curb
to make your home show better? appeal. Entryways are also important. You use it as a util-
When you are thinking of listing your property, you Take the home out of your house - One of the most ity space for your coat and keys. But, when you’re selling,
may need to do some work in preparation to the listing of important things to do when selling your house is to de- make it welcoming by putting in a small bench, a vase of
your home. Doing some work before-hand can increase personalize it. The more personal stuff in your house, fresh-cut flowers or even some cookies.
your chances at a quick sale and great profit margin over- the less potential buyers can imagine themselves living

Choosing A Realtor
all. It pays to put in the effort first. there. Get rid of a third of your stuff – put it in storage.
This includes family photos, memorabilia collections
Half-empty closets - Storage is something every and personal keepsakes. Consider  staging your home.
buyer is looking for and can never have enough of. Take This simply means arranging your furniture to best show-
half the stuff out of your closets then neatly organize
what’s left in there. Buyers will snoop, so be sure to keep
all your closets and cabinets clean and tidy.
case the floor plan and maximize the use of space.

The kitchen comes first - You’re not actually sell-

C hoosing the right Real
Estate Agent for you
is of the upmost impor-
you to select the right real
estate agent. Ask as many
questions as you might
ing your house, you’re selling your kitchen – that’s how tance. Here are five steps need in order to feel com-
Light it up - Maximize the light in your home. After important it is. The benefits of remodeling your kitchen you need to consider when fortable with them.
location, good light is the one thing that every buyer cites are endless. It may be a few thousand dollars to replace choosing a realtor.
that they want in a home. Take down the drapes, clean countertops where a buyer may knock several thousand Competitive Advan-
the windows, change the lampshades, increase the watt- off the asking price if your kitchen looks dated. The fast- Agent Referrals and tages - Seek out an agent
age of your light bulbs and cut the bushes outside to let est, most inexpensive kitchen updates include painting Research - Your first step that offers something oth-
in sunshine. Do what you have to do make your house and new cabinet hardware. Use a neutral-colour paint so to narrowing down your er agents do not – a com-
bright and cheery – it will make it more sellable. you can present buyers with a blank canvas where they options is to seek out re- petitive advantage. While
can start envisioning their own style. ferrals from friends, fam- other agents may be able
Conceal the critters - You might think a cuddly dog ily and in doing your own to rely on their years of
would warm the hearts of potential buyers, but you’d Always be ready to show - Your house needs to be research online. Someone experience, newer agents
be wrong. Not everybody is a dog- or cat-lover. Buyers “show-ready” at all times – you never know when your who had a positive expe- will offer you experience
don’t want to walk in your home and see a bowl full of buyer is going to walk through the door. You have to be rience with an agent gives that may make a major
dog food, smell the kitty litter box or have tufts of pet hair available whenever they want to come see the place and them credibility that may difference. Selecting a real
stuck to their clothes. It will give buyers the impression it has to be in tip-top shape. Don’t leave dishes in the work for you. In addition estate agent who  special-
that your house is not clean. If you’re planning an open sink, keep the dishwasher cleaned out, the bathrooms to seeking referrals, you izes in that area, housing
house, send the critters away for the day. sparkling and make sure there are no dust bunnies in should do your own  re- type or excels at market-
the corners. It’s a little inconvenient, but it will get your search into the agent on- ing properties online may
house sold. line. make them a better agent
than others for your pur-
Ask Questions - You chase or sale.
should always meet with
any potential agent in Your Intuition and
Sharon’s Town & Country person before visiting any Feelings - Consider your
homes with them. This own feelings, intuition and
Insurance Agency Ltd. step will allow you to ask thoughts about the per-
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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, March 13, 2020 9

Local Hockey Players Headed to US Nationals

SUBMITTED ond year and Zane’s first gional finals on February
year. In addition to the rig- 28th and 29th in Boise, ID.

L ogan Robinson, Kyle

Wahoski and Zane
MacDonald will be head-
ors of competitive sports
Logan, Kyle and Zane are
also on the Dean’s Honour
The team also made Da-
kota College history by ad-
vancing to the US Nation-
ing to the ACHA National Role for their excellence in als for the first time as a
Championship Tourna- academics. member of the ACHA.
ment in Dallas, TX from The DCB Lumberjacks There are 80 teams in
March 20th to 24th with “punched their ticket” to the ACHA Men’s Division
the Dakota College Lum- the upcoming American 2. The Lumberjacks are
berjacks from Bottineau, Collegiate Hockey Asso- one of the top 16 teams
ND. All three previously ciation (ACHA) National in the ACHA Division 2.
played in Minnedosa Mi- Championship Tourna- Seeded as #4, Dakota Col-
nor Hockey. ment in Dallas by defeat- lege Lumberjacks are in
The three play on the ing Weber State University Pool B. Their first game
Lumberjacks top scoring and Montana State Univer- will be against the #1 seed-
line. Logan Robinson who sity in the ACHA West Re- ed team.
is in his third year with the
Lumberjacks is the team
captain. This is Kyle’s sec-

At left,
Kyle Wahoski, Logan
Robinson and Zane

Photo submitted

55+ Bowling

B owlers of the week of

March 9th were Gladys
Murray +119 and Freda
Woychyshyn +100.
Other good games
were Rosemary Hamilton
Sprague K. Richardson
President & Chief Executive Officer of
187, 203, Ava Harris 137,
175, Debbie Tarn 217, 212, Western Canadian Aerial Ltd.
Bev Chapski 182, Alan Tarn is pleased to announce the election of
223, 210, Vicky Bugg 166,
Freda Woychyshyn 122, Bob Mazer
163, Russ Pettigrew 152, to the Board of Directors of
Lynette Johnson 156. 20032ff0 Western Canadian Aerial Ltd.
Bob is President and CEO of Mazergroup,
North America’s largest group of

Bridge Club New Holland Dealerships.

We are excited to have Bob join our

Results group as he brings more than 50 years

of agricultural knowledge and service
combined with extensive business
1st (tie) -  Mel Harvey/
Wilf Taylor and Lois
Campbell/Wilma Jones Bob is thrice Past Chair of New Holland
North America Dealer Council as well as:
2nd - Carol Lonsdale/ ● Past Chair of Versatile’s Dealer Council
Lois Phillips ● Past Chair of Assiniboine Community College Board of Governors
● Past Chair Brandon Chamber of Commerce
3rd - Nancy McLennan/ ● Past Chair of Brandon Economic Development Board
Norm Peterson ● Past Executive and Board Member of the Business Council of Manitoba
WCA is Canada’s largest aerial application company
operating 17 planes in all prairie provinces.

TRIBUNE DEADLINE: Tuesday at 12 Noon
10 Friday, March 13, 2020 The Minnedosa Tribune

Sandy Lake News

By DIAne BACHeWICH residents took turns taking Everyone is back safe the Iberostar one last time Pam Bachewich are all Erin. Also attending were
their own shots and the and sound from this years in 2021. back home from an enjoy- Jack Coulson, Wes Coul-

A two person fun bon-

spiel was held last
weekend at the Sandy Lake
cheering of “hurry hard”
went on. Residents are tru-
ly enjoying the game.
annual trip to warmer cli-
mates down south. For the
second straight year resi-
Abby Krzyzaniak of the Al-
berta Pandas, who along
to able holiday in Mexico.
Jamie and Carla Klug
and daughters, Sophia and
son, Josie and Leonard
Kostesky, Scott Coulson,
Blanche Bellchamber and
Recreation Centre. First Tyson Bachewich was dents of Sandy Lake and with teammates is going Maci, of Lake Country, BC Barry Kristalovich. A ser-
Event winners were John home for the weekend and surrounding area travelled to the National Champi- are spending a week with vice will be held in Sandy
Spykalo and Donna Ain- has now returned back to as a group to the Iberostar onship in Charlottetown, Carla’s parents, Danny and Lake later this year.
scough, second went to Fort St. John, BC. Playa Mita, just north of PEI on March 12th to 15th. Darlene Nechwediuk and Bev Marchischuk had
Ron and Lucy Mendro, and Francis Kuzmak has Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Abby is a third-year de- Baba Sophie Nechwediuk daughter Valerie Gould of
third to Arlene Griffiths returned home from Mex- The group of 84 included fenceman with the squad at the PCH. While here Windfield, BC spending a
and Evelyn Chappellaz. All ico where she joined her Tim and Dorothy Maluk, and is studying Kinesiolo- they celebrated Sophie’s week here and also with
those participating had a family who were holiday- John and Joan Derhak, An- gy Sports and Recreation at 96th birthday. Also visiting sister Jackie and Lloyd
grand old time. ing there. gela and Ken Brookman, the University of Alberta. with Sophie was her son Huculak.
Lawrence and Bev Welcome to Ann Bev and Bob Nakonechny, She is the youngest daugh- Raymond and Sue Nech- Diane Bachewich was
Kristalovich of Tyndall Macksymchuk of Lil Urichen, Manual Na- ter of Jim and Dr. Kelly wediuk of Winnipeg. excited to hear that her
and Keith Kristalovich of Minnedosa, who has taken konechny, Robert and Liz Krzyzaniak of Neepawa, Darlene Porter, Sh- grandson, Kyle Wahoski
Calgary, AB and Shirley up residence in one of the Mandziuk, Iris Popple- and a great niece of Diane eryl Dadey and Sheila and his Dakota College at
Kristalovich of Brandon, seniors housing. stone, and the tour leader/ Bachewich. Klimchuk attended a Cel- Bottineau Lumberjacks
attended the 40 day Me- Neil and Debra Noon- organizer Ken Porter, as Helen Derhak was ebration of Life for their hockey team won a West
morial Services for the late an attended a wedding so- well as his two daughters, happy to hear that her brother, Glenn Coulson in Regional sudden death
Elsie Kristalovich. cial at Virden on March 7th Kerry and Kelsey, and children, Allan and Nancy Saskatoon, SK on March playoff spot to advance to
Get well wishes to for a friend. grandchildren Jacob and Derhak, were back home 1st. Glenn is survived by the ACHA National Cham-
Robert Lewandoski, who Lily Spaller had Nora. Next year’s trip is from their vacation to his wife Pat and sons Alex- pionship finals on the big
at time of writing, was in daughter Judy and family already in the works with Cuba, and John and Joan ander and Justin and wife stage in Dallas, TX .
the Brandon hospital. of Niverville visiting on the spots filling up fast. The Derhak, Ken and Angela
There was some tasty weekend. group will be returning to Brookman, and Blair and
coffee and cake served
at the Drop-In Centre on
March 5th, as Walter Spitu-
la treated everyone for his
Cadurcis News Ye Old Trib
Rachel Usick of Pent- By Doreen TroTT many other friends and an unending annoyance. 1890 – The river is all watered up. If resent appearanc-
icton, BC visited with her relatives were also present. We are really controlled by es are an indication of what Spring will bring forth, the
aunt Barbara Osadec.
It was so great of the T he Minnedosa Com-
munity Conference
The bride’s young cous-
ins put on a skit which re-
that mysterious dimension
water will be very high and then look out for the bridges.

Lutheran Church Ladies Centre was a scene of a minded us of the fairytale Clayton and Margaret 1900 – The Municipal Act states that anyone driving
of Erickson to put forth a beautiful bridal shower in of Cinderella. A social in Wareham have returned along public highways must have at least two bells at-
financial donation to the honour of Emily MacDon- the evening for Emily and from a trip to Alberta tached to their animals or pay a fine of not more than
activity department at the ald on Saturday, March Josh Saler ended a very where they visited their 20 dollars.
Sandy Lake Personal Care 7th. The bride’s mother, happy day. son Ian at Grand Prairie.
Home. Activity Director, Louise MacDonald and Some of us are blurry Doug MacDonald and
Linda Shindruk purchased the groom’s mother, Sherri eyed with the time change. twin sons, Liam and Adri- 1910 – The Minnedosa CPR station was destroyed
Saler were both in atten- We do adjust rapidly but an, from Gateneau Tuchee by fire Sunday morning. The loss is estimated at about
a floor curling game for the
dance. The Bride’s grand- changing our numerous visited recently with moth- $5,000. A temporary station has been set up in a couple
residents who are able to
mothers, Donna MacDon- clocks in the house and er and grandmother, Don- of boxcars.
participate. So, while the
Brier was on television, the ald and Jean Sharpe, and in our vehicles seems like na MacDonald.
1920 – Exciting things are happening in Clanwilliam.
The picture show made a successful start on Saturday
and electric lighting will shortly be in use in all the stores.
MINNEDOSA GOLF CLUB You are invited to attend
the Municipality of Harrison Park
1930 – A very successful “hard times dance” was held
Minnedosa Golf Club 2020 BUDGET HEARING at the Armoury. Over 200 people stepped lively to the
Expansion Committee music of the Moore Park Orchestra.
Cash Calendar Draw Winners Wednesday, April 8th, 2020
for the Month of February 2020 7:00 P.M.
Lottery License #MGCC3945RF Harrison Park Municipal Office
1960 – With the conversion to diesels having taken
place, the Minnedosa Roundhouse, which housed
43 Gateway Street, Onanole, MB
Lori McNabb $50 steam engines for many years has become surplus and
At this time the Council will present the proposed 2020 financial plan was closed on February 29th.
Blair & Wendy Grant $30 for the Municipality. The presentation will provide an overview of the
Sharon Jaska $30 proposed financial plan followed by a forum for questions and comments
from the public. The purpose of the hearing is to allow any interested
1970 – The new Voyageur Restaurant, located at the
Chad & Mandy Brooking $30 person to make a representation, ask questions or register an objection.
former 4 and 10 drive-in site, is now open. Mayor Hugh
Stephenson cut the ribbon for the Kokonas brothers
Betty Ann Aitken $30 Copies of the proposed financial plan and the procedures to be followed new business. The Voyageur is the second of its type in
$20 Winners at the hearing are available upon request, at either municipal office (43 Manitoba.
• Minnedosa Insurance • Meagan Shewchuk Gateway Street, Onanole, MB or 108 Main Street, Newdale, MB) during
Services • Kaitlyn Burgess regular business hours. Questions and remarks may also be directed by
letter to the Chief Administrative Officer or through our email address at
1990 – March 9th was a banner day for Minnedosa as
• Ken Newman • Brooke Martineau MLA Harold Gilleshammer announced phase one of the
• Skip Jacobson • Jim & Benita Nylen admin@harrisonpark.ca
government’s Decentralization Plan. Minnedosa will be
• Callie Mendrikis • Lorraine Reid Consultation with our community is an important component of the
• Terry Dmytriw • Parker Jacobsen getting 18 jobs – one with Manitoba Hydro and the re-
Municipality’s budget process. Council encourages you attend. maining 17 with the Agricultural Crown Lands Branch.
• Ray & Darlene Bright • Brooke Bayes
• Rhonda Curle • Rhonda Prettie Chad Davies, CMMA
• Ellen Notely • Ardelle Thompson Chief Administrative Officer 2000 – Town Council has made a unanimous decision
• Connie Wenger • Derek Heise Municipality of Harrison Park to purchase the property necessary for the expansion of
• Ray & Barb Pettinger • Matt Saler Phone: 204-848-7614 the local golf course to 18 holes. The estimated cost of
• Val Strath • Gerry & Jean Holm Dated this 10th day of March, 2020.
• Rodney Taylor the expansion is $908,000.
(In accordance with subsection 162(2) of The Municipal Act) (1-2)
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it in person, by fax, mail, or email. Two Year Old Black An- wed on August 1st, 2020 at ner will be held in Morden
gus Bull Sale March 20th. Wa- St. Nicholas Church Ozerna on Saturday, June 6th. Tickets Live Music with “Calcu-
wota, SK. 306-577-9141. www. - Sandy Lake with reception may be obtained by contact- lated Risk” at the Minnedosa
AUCTIONS FOR SALE gbtangus.com to follow at the Shewchuk ing Morris Mott at 204-726- Legion on  Friday, March
Century Farm. A pre wedding 5167 or mott@brandonu.ca, 27th  from    7:30 - 9:30 fea-
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Jack Hrehirchuk at 204-638-
Brackenreed, Brad Johnson
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Rolling River School Division

Maintenance Worker Assistant
(12 weeks - June 8 to August 28, 2020)
Mechanic Assistant/Detailer
is accepting applications for
(7 weeks - July 20 to September 4, 2020) PUBLIC WORKS AND OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT Spare School Bus Drivers
Positions are based at division offices in EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY with the potential for assignment to a regular route
Minnedosa, Manitoba. Forrest and Rapid City areas
The Town of Minnedosa is looking for a team orientated • Spare Drivers work on a casual as needed basis
For more details and application information, please visit our website at individual who will be able to provide physical support and (extra-curricular / field trips and covering regular route driver absences)
• Regular routes drivers are assigned part-time, split shift,
www.rrsd.mb.ca select Employment then Summer Student Positions. assistance in the day to day delivery of services and to 10- month position
operate a variety of equipment in the construction, care and • Start date to be arranged
Thank you to all applicants for their interest in maintenance of the Town’s infrastructure and a wide range of Qualifications
Rolling River School Division. Required:
Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
delivery of services. • Valid Province of Manitoba Class 2 Driver’s License (training
The successful applicant will possess: • Valid Province of Manitoba School Bus Operator’s Certificate
• Grade 12 Diploma or Equivalent Education and/or (training provided)
• Good driving record
Experience • Ability to communicate effectively with students, parents,
• Valid Class 5 Driver’s License teachers and administration
• Ability to take initiative and work unsupervised
• Proven record of team work • Ability to work as effectively with others as a member of a team
• Experience in the safe operation of various types of • Ability to problem solve
The Town of Minnedosa will be Preferred:
Ê equipment and vehicles • Completion of Grade 12
The Minnedosa resumes for summer
dam walkway staff
will be closed to • The physical requirements to perform the work • A working knowledge of basic vehicle mechanics
allow installation of a new pedestrian
with the Public Works Department until walkway. The Division will train suitable candidates without the stated training
The works are expected to be completed by This is a full time (40 hours per week) entry level laborer to enable her/him to obtain a Class 2 Drivers license and a School
March8th, 2020.
15/2014. focused position, wage based on OE987 Collective Agreement. Bus Operators Certificate.
Work involves grass cutting, For additional information you may contact the Public Works The incumbent must be able to work well independently, be flexible,
An alternative route has been openedtrimming,
from the adjust to changing work assignments and deal with and maintain
east side of the dam, proceeding to the Rotary as
and Operations Manager, Kevin Marcino at 204-867-0037. confidential information.
garbage collection and other duties
Bridge and along the east side of the Bison Resumes will be received until 4:00 p.m. on Firday, March Successful applicants are subject to Criminal Record, Child Abuse
assigned. Preference compound.
given to students Registry and Driver Abstract checks.
29th, 2020 at the Town Office located at 103 Main Street (Box
with a valid driver’s license. Students must For further information please contact Mr. Cam Woodcock,
This trail will be maintained during construction, 426) Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0. Transportation Supervisor at 867-2754 Ext. 235
be returning to school in the fall.
weather permitting. Email: kmoyer@minnedosa.com Applicants are requested to submit a covering letter with a
Resumes can be dropped
Ê off at the Fax: 204-867-2686
comprehensive resume, addressing the stated qualifications and
naming three work related references by Friday, March 20, 2020
Town of Minnedosa Office - 103 Main St. S. at 12:00 noon.
We thank all applicants for their interest in this position;
Fax 204-867-2686 or email to Ê however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Please submit applications to:
Sarah Woychyshyn
Administrative Assistant, Human Resources
kmoyer@minnedosa.com (1-2)
Rolling River School Division
P.O. Box 1170
Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
The Municipality of Harrison Park Phone: 867-2754 Fax: 867-2037
E-Mail: swoychyshyn@rrsd.mb.ca
The Municipality of Harrison Park is seeking applicants for the
The Rolling River School Division thanks all applicants for their
following positions: interest. Applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.
Seasonal Village Maintenance Employee
• Onanole Urban Area Member Service Representative Position

• May 11th to October 23rd , 2020 Compass Credit Union is currently looking for a candidate to fill the role of a
Member Service Representative (MSR) for Full Time Term – 18 Months at our
Rolling River School Division
Seasonal Tractor/Mower Operator Erickson Branch. This position however has future possibilities of turning into a
• May 4th to October 30th, 2020 Rolling River School Division is located in
permanent position.
southwestern Manitoba, Canada in close proximity to
The successful candidates will be self-motivated and will The Position: Riding Mountain National Park and Brandon.
Reporting to the Manager of Member Service and Administration, the success-
have a demonstrated ability to work as a member of a team. ful applicant will be responsible for handling all cash and non-cash transactions.
Experience in operating and maintaining machinery is an MSR will also provide a full range of member services such as processing
Full Time Term TEACHER required
withdrawals, deposits, responding to member inquiries and analyzing their needs Rivers Elementary School
asset. Grade 1
to assist members to utilize the products and services that best meet their needs.
These positions are classified as Village General Maintenance Experience/Education:
under the current Collective Agreement. The successful applicant will possess a Grade 12 diploma with a minimum 1 year
For more details and application information, please visit our website at
customer service and/or cash handling experience. Strong verbal and written www.rrsd.mb.ca select Employment then Teaching Positions.
Any persons interested are requested to submit a resume and communication skills are required as well as experience with Windows and
cover letter to the Onanole Municipal Office, no later than Microsoft Office. Previous credit union and DNA Banking Software would be Thank you to all applicants for their interest in
March 27th, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. considered an asset. Applicants with a combination of other equivalent education Rolling River School Division.
and work experience may be considered. Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
For further details please contact: The Credit Union
Tamara Sellman Compass Credit Union, formerly Crocus and Erickson Credit Union, have two Municipality of Harrison Park. Cleaning Services. The
branches in Brandon, one in Erickson as well as a majority interest in an insurance Municipality of Harrison Park is seeking proposals from any
Assistant Chief Administrative Officer persons interested in carrying out the cleaning services for the
agency. We have a membership base of about 5,500 members, assets of $194
Municipality of Harrison Park million and a staff complement of approximately 35. Sandy Lake Public Washrooms and Beach Change House, dur-
Box 190, Onanole, MB R0J 1N0 ing the summer months for a two-year period. Any persons in-
Please send resume and covering letter, in confidence, by March 23, 2020, to: terested are requested to file an application on forms available
Phone: 204-848-7614 Fax: 204-848-2082 Melanie Krauss-Wakely from the Newdale or Onanole Municipal Offices, no later than
Email: admin@harrisonpark.ca Manager of Member Service & Administration March 27th, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. For further details, please contact:
Compass Credit Union Limited Tamara Sellman, Assistant CAO, Municipality of Harrison Park.
24 Main Street
The Municipality of Harrison Park would like to thank all that Phone: 204-848-7614 Email: admin@harrisonpark.ca
P.O. Box 100
apply in advance and advise that only those selected for further Erickson, Manitoba R0J 0P0
consideration will be contacted. (1-2)
E-mail: Melanie.Krauss-Wakely@compasscu.ca
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Erickson, MB. Live in Care (support) worker or person to In Loving Memory of KENNETH BRENT SMITH
come in as required for male stroke victim. Individual must STEVE ZWARICH
have first aid certificate, common sense, be reliable, caring, August 26th, 1927 – It is with deep sadness that his family announces the pass-
CRC work with little supervision and have a valid driver’s li- March 4th, 2015 ing of Kenneth “Kenny” Brent Smith, aged 38, in Toronto, ON,
cense. Job will require making some meals, helping into bed, on December 29th, 2019 after a life long battle with mental ill-
washroom, etc. Contact Christine at 204-571-0891 or email Those whom we love ness and more recently, opioid addiction. Kenny was born on
chearn@brandonu.ca (52-2) x go out of sight, November 11th, 1981 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan to David Wil-
But never out of mind; liam Smith and Debbie Rosenberger. He grew up with his older
They are cherished brother David “Mark” Smith and his stepsisters Meledy, Cheryl
FOR SALE BY TENDER in the hearts and Melissa MacDowell, in a multitude of communities across
Of those they leave behind. Canada. Kenny loved to laugh and thrived on adventure, living
Loving and kind his life to the fullest.
FOR SALE BY TENDER in all his ways, Kenny is survived by his girlfriend, Tanya Edwards; moth-
Upright and just er Debbie Rosenberger; brother, Mark Smith (Karen); sister
Sealed, written tenders for the property situate in the in all his days; Danielle Rosenberger (Philip Laliberte); grandmother, Sheila
MUNICIPALITY of ODANAH and described below will be Sincere and true in Smith; stepmother, Angela Laford (Greg); and many nieces,
received by: heart and mind, nephews, uncles, aunts and cousins. Kenny was predeceased
Beautiful memories
MEIGHEN, HADDAD LLP by his father, David Smith and his grandfather Thomas Smith.
he left behind. A celebration of life will take place in the summer.
110-11th Street
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Inspire Com-
Brandon, Manitoba From the munity Outreach through the Stevens Funeral Home PO Box
R7A 4J4 Zariwney family. 412, Dryden, ON P8N 2Z1. Condolences may be posted at www.
Attention: Warren G. Barber, Q.C. x
NOTICES stevensfuneralhome.ca0
W ½ 18-15-18 WPM In Loving Memory
of my dear Husband
Includes four (4) 1,900 bushel flat bottom bins and one (1) 3,000 Advertisements and
bushel flat bottom bin statements contained herein
who passed away
are the sole responsibility of
CONDITIONS OF TENDER the persons or entities that
1. Interested parties must rely on their own inspection and In the matter of the Estate of Replacement?
post the advertisement, and
We cried when you Lisa Maluga, late of Minnedo-
knowledge of the property and not on any representations the Manitoba Community
passed away, sa, Manitoba, Deceased.
Other medical
Newspaper Association and conditions causing
made by or on behalf of the Vendor. we still cry today. All claims against the TROUBLE WALKING
membership do not make
2. Tenders must be received on or before 2:00 p.m. on any warranty as to the ac-
Although we love you dearly, above estate, supported by or DRESSING?
Wednesday, April 1, 2020. curacy, completeness, truth-
We couldn’t make you stay. Statutory Declaration must be The Disability Tax
Because you left us sent to the attention of: Rob- Credit allows for
3. Tenders must be accompanied by a $2,500.00 deposit cheque fulness or reliability of such
$2,500 yearly tax
seven years ago. ert Penner, PO Box 15, Site
payable to Meighen, Haddad LLP. Deposits accompanying advertisements. For greater
We still be thinking 405, RR#4, Brandon, Mani- credit and $20,000
unacceptable bids will be refunded. information on advertising Lump sum refund.
of you today, toba on or before the 9th day
conditions, please consult the
4. The land will be sold subject to Ducks Unlimited caveat Association’s Blanket Adver-
We will always be of April, 2020. Take advantage of
praying for you. Dated at Brandon, Mani- this offer.
84-5749/5. tising Conditions on our web- Apply NOW; quickest
toba, this 24th day of Febru-
5. Highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. site at www.mcna.com.
Sadly missed by ary, 2020. refund Nationwide!

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE wife Cathy, a step son David, Robert Penner Expert Help:
Minnedosa Tribune 204-453-5372
6. The bidder whose tender is accepted will be required to com- George (Wanda), PO Box 15 Site 405 RR#4,
news and ad copy deadline
Allan (Colette), Brandon, MB
plete an agreement covering terms and conditions of sale. is Tuesday at 12 noon for that
Kenny (Lois), R7A 5Y4 Get up to
7. The closing date of the sale shall be October 30, 2020 week’s Friday edition.
on which date the Vendor shall provide a registerable Do you have a PRESS
daughter Vicky (John),
John Joseph and
grandchildren, from the Government
Transfer of title and the Purchaser shall pay the balance RELEASE / MEDIA ADVI- ANNOUNCEMENTS of Canada.
SORY that needs to go out? great grandchildren
of the accepted tender or provide evidence that the and great great All ages & medical
Let us help you with that!
balance will be available under conditions acceptable to grandchildren. conditions qualify.
Though we cannot guaran-
the Vendor. If the balance is not paid in accordance with tee publication, MCNA will x Have a child under 18
these conditions, the deposit may be forfeited asliquidated instantly receive more
get the information into the
damages and not as a penalty. right hands for ONLY $35.00
+ GST/HST. Call MCNA Power Builder Call Manitoba Benefits
8. Possession is not authorized until acceptable arrangements 1-(800)-211-3550
(204) 947-1691 for more in- Advertising
for full payment are made following acceptance of tender. or send a text message
9. All mines and minerals will be reserved from any transfer.
formation, or email classi- WORKS! with your name and
fied@mcna.com for details. mailing address to
• GET SEEN by over
10. The successful bidder will be responsible for real property www.mcna.com
400,000 Manitoba 204-808-0035 for your
taxes commencing January 1st, 2021. Homes! free benefits package.

For further information contact AGRICULTURE • Use your LOGO!

• Create instant top of
Bruce Lawson at 1-204-874-2303. (1-3) mind awareness ANNOUNCEMENTS
• Showcase your info,
Integrity Post business, product,
EMPLOYMENT job, announcements
Frame Buildings or event
SINCE 2008 • We format it, to
make it look great!
Built with In loving memory of • Starting at $339.00
Bethany Community
Concrete Posts DOREEN HUTTON (includes 45 lines of
Centre is accepting tenders
for scraping and painting Barns, Shops, May 18th, 1954 - space)

of soffits, facia, trim boards, Riding Arenas, March 13th, 2017 • The ads blanket the
province and run in
doors and other wood exterior Machine Sheds MCNA’s 48 Manitoba
Your life was a blessing,
surfaces. Paint for the project and More community
your memory a treasure. newspapers
has been donated by Heritage
Craig.c@ You are loved beyond words, • Very cost effective
Co-op. Work must be com-
Integritybuilt.com and missed beyond measure. means of getting
pleted by June 30th. Tenders your message out to
will be accepted until April 1-204-596-8620
Love Always, the widest possible
30th. Please send tender to www. audience
Lloyd, Ashley, and Preslee
Bethany Community Centre, integritybuilt.com
Contact this newspaper
Box 7, Bethany, MB R0J 1E0. NOW or MCNA at
For further information con- 204.947.1691 or email
tact Lynne at 204-865-2244. classified@mcna.com
(52-2) x www.mcna.com
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street - Close to the lake
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
• Specializing in water & sewer 204-867-0260
$254,900 EXCLUSIVE $124,900 MLS #1931239 $234,900 MLS #202003776 installation & repair
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CONTACT RICK • Basements, Demolition
Suite A • Snow removal
110 Main Street South • Gravel, Topsoil
• Sales of septic tanks
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● Fencing ● Exterior ● Finishing
● Renovations ● Repairs

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Air Conditioning,
- 4 bedrooms and lots of ● AC
- 3 bedroom built in 1984 - 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths 1-204-867-2558 Heating & Electrical
- Many updates incl. sunroom - Lots of updates
inside and out - Single attached garage 30 Years
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Fertilizer MECHANICAL LTD. Catholic Church ● Lawn Mowing & Trimming
142 4th
4th St, NW.
St, NW. ● Hedge Trimming
Call today to book your Minnedosa,MB
Minnedosa, MB 867-3831
867-3831 ● Aerating & Power Raking
spring floating needs! HEATING  
Mass Sunday 9:00 a.m. ● Licensed Arborist Service
GAS FITTING ● Yard Clean Up
Darvin - 204-868-5869
Glen Burgess Robert - 204-867-7113 AIR CONDITIONING SEPTIC Cory Johnston ● Minnedosa
(204) 476-4705
Electrician 204-867-3121 www.johnstonyardcare.com

204-868-5211 204-476-5185
Septic Service People Helping People
- Committed to Caring - Prairie Mountain HVAC/R
Potable water Heating
Book this spot (48-4) HILLSIDE delivery.
Phone (204) 857-6100
Fax (204) 857-8389
Ventilation/Air quality
Air Conditioning
GRAIN Plumbing & Heating Book your portable
$5.52/week toilets.
HAULING Erle Jury & Family services.com
Kitchen Equipment
Call 204-867 3816 Ty Burton Commercial Gas Fitter

204-868-5358 867-2416 Commercial & Residential

Brian Horner Cell: 867-7558
service specialist

Grain & Fertilizer Cleaning Services

Kent Brown

Sewage Service - Commercial LEONA’S

Plumbing & Heating Studio Of Image
Home: 867-3272
• Construction • JIM BEAUMONT
MAIN OFFICE Cell: 210-0818 Family Hair Care
5” AND 6” continuous 476-2483 bukarz@wcgwave.ca •Eminence Facials
eavestrough copperwoodenterprise@gmail.com Owner/OperatorÊÊÊ & Product
Siding Roofing 204-867-7182 PLUMBING & HEATING Cell: 476-6591 • Pedicures & LCN Nails
Soffit Fascia Russ Huyghe • Spray Tanning
Closed cell Polyurethane Spray foam 204-868-6376 Dennis: 476-2766 • Piercing
Blow in Attic & Wall Fibre Insulation INSURANCE CONSTRUCTION • Eyelash Extensions
Cody Huyghe 23 Hour Service
Fire Retardent Coating
204-867-3738 204-210-0502 204-867-2287
Email: mcreal@live.ca INSURANCE SERVICES Matt Saler
Drivers Licenses, Autopac 204-868-6886 Book Ê
General Insurance We nowÊ offer Ventures Inc.
Cheri McTavish – Broker
867-3946 Plumbing & Heating UNDER NEW
Spot Call us today for your carpet
Gas Fitting
& upholstery cleaning needs.
LEGAL ph: 867-2084 for (204)476-0002
cell: 867-0346 tacventuresinc@gmail.com
Minnedosa Alexander only Garbage Bin Rentals
Credit Union SELF-HELP THE

Main Line
Jackson $13.88 LEAN
Roll Off Bins
Brad Ross Law Office A.D.A.M. per
Terry McLenehan B-116 MainSt.St
110B Main S. S Anxiety Disorders
204-867-6363 Minnedosa, MB
Susan Glasgow Association
Debbie Strelczik
867-3981 of Manitoba ● 204-848-0097
Small EnginE REpaiR &
Chris Ridgen
Support Group SELF-HELP ● 204-848-0400 YaRd maintEnancE SERvicES
204-867-6359 Meetings are held at www.clearlakeclean.com • Mowing & Trimming
Burgess Law
Donna Dowsett
204-867-6361 Office
Neepawa Library 3rd Tuesday of
the month 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Drug Problem? info@clearlakeclean.com •

Snow Blowing
Unwanted Item Removal
Kim Butler
204-867-6352 For more info call: • Handyman Services
Nicole Loewen 51 Main Street S Debbie Fisch
(204) 725-8550
Anonymous can help • Alum & Stainless Welding
Meetings every
Alayna McTavish
Minnedosa • Reasonable Rates
204-867-6354 Apparel & Promotions
Trisha Paterson
ALCOHOLICS Tuesday & 204-867-2378 204-720-5934
204-867-6362 minnedosa@ parburg@mymts.net
Joanne Clarke
burgesslawoffice.net ANONYMOUS Saturday at 7 p.m.
204-867-6364 If you like to drink and can
at Calvary Temple,
Gaylene Johnson That's your business
204-867-6357 SIMS & COMPA N Y If you want to stop and can't 221 Hamilton Street,
Kathryn Yanchycki
L a w O ffi c e That's our business. Neepawa, MB Potable Water Delivery
Fax Minnedosa and area
Norman H. Sims, Q.C. P.O. Box 36
E-mail 7 6 Ma i n S t r e e t S o u t h
or 867-3966 Health Inspected
info@minnedosacu.mb.ca Alanon - 210-0433
MINNEDOSA • 867-2717
Alateen - 867-5121 No Job is too small!!!
www.MinnedosaCU.mb.ca 867-3401 Minnedosa
Mtg. Times: 8:00 pm Tuesdays
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Minnedosa Credit Union
Community Owned, Community Minded
Main Line 204-867-6350 Kim Butler - Loans Officer 204-867-6352
Brad Ross - General Manager 204-867-6366 Alayna McTavish - Loans Clerk 204-867-6354
Terry McLenehan - Manager of Lending 204-867-6363 Nicole Loewen - Loans Officer/Clerk 204-867-6369
Susan Glasgow - Operations Manager 204-867-6353 Trisha Paterson - Loans Clerk 204-867-6362
Debbie Strelczik - Ag/Comm. Acct. Manager 204-867-6360 Kristina Hodges - Administrative Clerk 204-867-6367
Chris Ridgen - Ag./Comm. Acct.Manager 204-867-6359 Joanne Clarke - Finance Administrator 204-867-6364
Kathryn Yanchyki-Wealth Management Specialist Gaylene Johnson - Member Service Manager 204-867- 6357
204-867-6368 Fax 204-867-6391
Donna Dowsett - Loans Officer 204-867-6361 Email info @minnedosacu.mb.ca
Monday to Friday - 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


ALL CREDIT UNION DEPOSITS ARE FULLY GUARANTEED, Get your cameras ready to roll and win great
WITHOUT LIMIT, BY THE CREDIT UNION DEPOSIT prizes. Watch for details on the
GUARANTEE CORPORATION contest on our website
www.minnedosacu.mb.ca or visit
MINNEDOSA CREDIT UNION www.ourmanitoba.org
CLOSED ON FRIDAY APRIL 10TH. While the 2019 RRSP deadline may have passed, it is the perfect time to set
up regular RRSP contributions for the coming year.
There are many benefits to contributing regularly all year long rather than
once a year:
• Regular contributions are easier to budget. You are able to set it up and
Are you between the ages of 15-18 and forget about it, which makes it easier to save for retirement.
looking for Fun and Learning?
• There is no RRSP deadline panic, which may leave you invested in
Plan on attending the Retreat from something that is not right for you.
April 30th to May 3rd, 2020 at
Camp Wannakumbac. 3 ½ days of unique • Your money starts working for you sooner. The longer you’re invested,
group activities, leadership exercises, and the longer your returns compound and the faster your money grows.
outdoor fun. If you are interested in a • Your investment costs are averaged across the year which may reduce
sponsorship from MCU to attend the the impact of market volatility.
Co-op Youth Leadership Retreat please Let us help you set up a Pre-Authorized Contribution (PAC) for your RRSPs
contact the Minnedosa Credit Union before today!
April 7th, 2020.


Watch in branch for your CREDIT UNION FAMILY DAY
chance to enter a draw to win
a win a week at
1. Never send your personal, credit card or online account details
AGED 8-15 through an email, or give them out over the phone
2. Don’t overshare on social media. Consider what a post reveals
and make sure you aren’t accidentally broadcasting sensitive
3. Beware of unusual or irregular email
MIXED GOLF TOURNAMENT WILL BE HELD requests. Never click on links or open
JUNE 27, 2020. attachments in unsolicited emails
4. Scammers want you to make a decision in a
hurry. If something doesn’t seem right, pause
and investigate. Give your brain a chance to
Annual General Meeting catch up
Tuesday, April 7th, 2020 5. Be extra cautious about calls, emails or
Supper: 6:00PM | Meeting: 7:15PM mail offering instant prizes or awards. They
Minnedosa Community Conference Centre may be an attempt to obtain your personal
63 Main Street North, Minnedosa details
Supper tickets available at branch $9.00
Refreshments available following meeting