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From Our Mayor... Panic Buying Hits Home


A s the Coronavirus
(COVID-19) con-
tinues to evolve, The
Town of Minnedosa is
monitoring the situa-
tion closely. The health
and safety of our staff
and citizens is our top
priority. I encourage ev-
eryone to not panic and
remain calm. Stay home
as much as possible,
follow Public Health
guidelines – wash your hands frequently with soap
and water, disinfect surfaces such as door handles,
counters, etc., if you are not feeling well stay home, if
you have travelled outside of Canada self isolate for
14 days. Self isolation and monitoring means stay
home for 14 days, ask family, friends or neighbours
to deliver items you require to your door. Please fol-
low the guidelines as outlined on the Public Health
factsheet found at www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/index.
html or www.prairiemountainhealth.ca
Citizens requiring the services of businesses in
the community, call prior to attending the business
to see what guidelines they are practicing.
Individuals requiring Employment Insurance
(EI) assistance: Yellowhead Regional Employment
Centre is open and practicing social distancing.
Please call 204-867-2833 prior to attending.
To our seniors, the Services to Seniors office will
be closed March 23rd until further notice, but all
programs are available so please call 204-867-5190
and leave a message. Programs are now extended
to all community members of all ages if needed. The
services include life lines, equipment rentals, park- Photos by Karen Mitchell
ing pass rentals, service providers (assist with mail
pick up, shopping, medication delivery, errands) By KAREN MITCHELL
and referrals for other services.
I encourage citizens to support our local busi-
nesses through this stressful time. Please respect
and follow the practices each business has in place.
L ocal businesses have been inundated with an
increase of customers stocking up on items in
the light of the recent COVID-19 pandemic.
Please feel free to contact me at 204-868-0920 or Due to the increase of business, local stores
Town of Minnedosa CAO Cindy Marzoff at 204-867- have seen items such as toilet paper, household Some unfamiliar scenes are popping up
2727 with any questions or concerns. cleaners and hand sanitizer, along with others, fly in stores across the nation. These photos taken last
I thank all citizens of Minnedosa for your coop- off their shelves. Throughout town, store shelves Saturday, March 14th, show empty shelves at
eration during this stressful time. were found to be bare and some residents were businesses in Minnedosa. The top photo shows the
left wondering if and when items would be re-
empty toilet paper section at Heritage Co-op
Pat Skatch, Minnedosa Mayor stocked.
and the inset shows the sold-out section of
Continued on Page 6 hand sanitizer at Minnedosa Pharmacy.

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REALTOR®

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2 Friday, March 20, 2020 The Minnedosa Tribune

Extended Spring Break


This is a partial list of cancellations, closures and postponements in By KAREN MITCHELL core of all decisions. and several have done just
Minnedosa as of press time Wednesday, March 18th. From March 23rd to April that. Classroom sizes were
This list is subject to change at any time.
We encourage you to continue to check with local businesses and
M anitoba’s Minister
of Education, Kel-
vin Goertzen, announced
10th classes will be sus-
pended and students do
not attend school (spring
significantly lower and de-
creasing by the day.
In a letter dated March
organizations for possible changes and updates to their operations. last Friday, March 13th break inclusive). All staff 16th from The Manitoba
PLEASE SUPPORT OUR LOCAL BUSINESSES WHEN YOU CAN! that they would be sus- will be reporting to work Teachers Society, Presi-
pending classes in Mani- one week prior to spring dent James Bedford, wrote
Frontier Trading Company – Closed toba for three weeks be- break and one week after “On behalf of the prov-
Sun Sun Restaurant –Dining Room Closed - open for take-out ginning Monday, March spring break to support ince’s 16, 000 public school
Cornerstone Grill – Dining Room Closed – open for take-out and delivery 23rd. Goertzen stated that learning of students who teachers, The Manitoba
Main Street Café - Dining Room Closed – open for take-out they believe their schools are not in school. There Teachers’ Society is calling
Farmhouse 50 – Dining in Closed - open for take-out and delivery are safe, but are “acting will be no students at for schools to be closed as
Drucilla’s Diner - Closed in an abundance of cau- school for the entire three soon as possible, no later
Minnedosa Legion - Clubroom open but all functions/events cancelled tion” to lessen the effects weeks. Plans are currently than Wednesday, March
Hair Works By Colleen - Closed of COVID-19 throughout being created and will be 18, 2020 and that educa-
Ski Valley - Closed the province. communicated to parents tors be permitted to work
Serendipity Paint Co. - Closed but offering curbside pick up On Sunday, March next week for education from home to ensure the
Inspire Studio - Closed 15th parents within the of students while they are continuity of education in
50+ Senior Centre – Closed effective March 23rd Rolling River School Di- not at school.” these times of uncertain-
Minnedosa Arena – Closed vision received an email The week of March ty.” Wednesday came and
Minnedosa Golf Club/Curling Complex - Closed from Mary-Anne Ploshy- 16th to 20th was designed went however and schools
Minnedosa Rec Commission – Closed nsky, RRSD Superin- to give parents/guardians were still open to students.
Minnedosa Community Conference Centre – Closed effective March 20th tendent, stating the fol- time to prepare and make Mary-Anne Ploshyn-
Rifle Range/Armory Building – Closed lowing, “Rolling River child-care arrangements, sky assures the public that
Minnedosa Regional Library – Closed School Division has been along with allowing the ed- the division will continue
St. Marks Anglican Church – Services Cancelled monitoring the situation ucation system to prepare. to update parents with
Covenant Church – Services and Events Cancelled surrounding the corona- The decision to remove any further developments
Calvary Church Kids Jam - Cancelled virus. The health, safety children from classes dur- through the RRSD website.
Rotary Book Sale – Postponed and well-being of our ing this week was at the
Minnedosa Firefighters Trivia Night – Postponed students and staff is the discretion of the parents
Lions Club Build a Birdhouse event– Cancelled

Crow Control to Return


Rolling River Festival of the Arts – Cancelled
UCT functions (including all Bingos) – Cancelled
Minnedosa Credit Union Annual General Meeting – Postponed
Lent Luncheons and Good Friday Service – Cancelled

By DARRYL HOLYK Minnedosa to decrease the coming events such as the


MUNICIPALITY OF HARRISON PARK number of crows and other Association of Manitoba
PUBLIC NOTICE
WEED/BRUSH CONTROL M innedosa
Council met on
Town

the evening of Tuesday,


birds deemed a nuisance.
As in the past, only au-
thorized volunteers, with
Municipalities Mayors,
Reeves and CAO’s meet-
ing, Municipal Officials
March 10th in Council proper identification, will Seminar and a workshop
Public Notice is hereby given that the Municipality of Harrison Park intends to Chambers. Mayor Skatch be allowed to discharge of community leaders
conduct the following Pesticide Control Programs during 2020: presided with Councillors firearms at nuisance birds. coming up in April. All
Taylor, Butler, T. Dowsett, This annual program three events have since
1. To control noxious weeds and/or brush on municipal road allowances within
J. Dowsett and Saler in at- was first introduced by been cancelled in re-
the Municipality. The projected dates of application will be from June 1, 2020 tendance. Councillor Blais Minnedosa Town Council sponse to the Coronovirus
to October 31, 2020. The herbicides to be used include: was absent. in 2007. 19 pandemic.
Glyphosate Clopyralid MCPA Council agreed to Members of Town
2,4-D Picloram Triclpoyr once again implement the Council and administra-

55+ Bowling
Crow Control Program tion had been authorized
2. To control weeds and brush on municipal owned property to which the within the boundaries of to attend a number of up-
public normally has access to, including exhibition grounds, waste
disposal sites, parking lots. The projected dates of application will be from
June 1, 2020 to October 31, 2020. The herbicides to be used include:
League
Glyphosate
2,4-D
Clopyralid
Picloram
MCPA
Triclpoyr Results
3. To control the following insect pests including: grasshoppers, mosquitos, SUBMITTED
forest tent caterpillars, cankerworms, etc. The proposed dates of 36 Main Street, Erickson, MB
application will be from June 1, 2020 to October 31, 2020. The
insecticides to be used include:
Dimethoate Malathion Bacillus thuringiensis
204-636-2320 B owlers of the week of
March 16th were Ray
Criddle and Betty Ann Ber-
• General Dentistry trand.
4. To control mice and rats at the municipal waste disposal sites at various • Crowns & Bridges Other good games
were Rosemary Hamil-
times throughout the year using the following rodenticides: • Implants & Dentures ton 192, Debbie Tarn 201,
Bromadilone Brodifacoum • Stabilize Loose Dentures Jim Clark (March 29th,
• Pediatric Dentistry 251) March 16th, 204, Bev
The public may send in written submissions or objections within 15 days of the
• Whitening & Cosmetic Procedures Chapski 211, Betty Ann
publication of this notice to the department below. Bertrand 193, 183, Ray
• Restorative & Root Canal Therapy
Criddle 212, Vivian Cul-
Environmental Approvals Branch len 194, 191, Freda Woy-
1007 Century Street Serving the community for many years chyshyn 145, Russ Petti-
Winnipeg, MB Direct Billing for Insurance Companies grew 144, 159.
R3H 0W4 Same Day Emergency Care
Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
(1-2)
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, March 20, 2020 3

Coronavirus 19 Worldwide Pandemic


By KAREN MITCHELL ditional presumptive posi- updates on important in- of gatherings of more than What To Do: COVID-19 STATISTICS
and DARRYL HOLYK tive cases of COVID-19 had formation regarding CO- 50 people, consistent with (as of March 18th)
been identified in Mani- VID-19. the announcement made * Minimize prolonged

T he world continues
to watch intently, the
ever-changing information
toba.  This brings the total
number of lab-confirmed
positive and presumptive
In addition to the
three-week school closure
in Manitoba, a number of
by the federal government
Tuesday morning.
Public health officials
(more than 10 minutes),
close (less than two me-
ters/six feet) contact be-
Manitoba:
17 Confirmed Cases
(14 in Winnipeg, 2 in
and news surrounding the positive cases in Manitoba other announcements fol- also recomended the sus- tween other individuals in Southern Health Sante-
Coronavirus (COVID-19). to 17. lowed. pension of visitors in long- public. Sud Health Region and
Through an onslaught of As of March 18th, 2,900 On Tuesday, the Gov- term care facilities across * Stay home when you 1 in Interlake-Eastern)
information being thrown tests had been completed ernment announced that Manitoba.  Exceptions for are ill. 0 Deaths
out to us from various for COVID-19 in Manitoba. licensed child-care centres compassionate reasons or * Avoid greetings that 0 Total Recoveries
sources, it can be over- Daily updates from will suspend services from end of life will be made on involve touching such as
whelming and somewhat both the Federal and Pro- the end-of-day on March a case-by-case basis at the handshakes. Canada:
difficult to understand vincial government are 20th until April 10th, based discretion of individual fa- * Disinfect frequently Over 700 Confirmed Cases
what is credible informa- keeping Canadians up-to- on advice from public cility managers. used surfaces. 9 Deaths (7 in BC, 1 in
tion and what is not. date on the latest infor- health officials. Parents During Wednesday’s * Wash your hands of- Ontario, 1 in Quebec)
What is essential, and mation, recomendations are asked to make alterna- address to the country, ten with warm water and 11 Total Recoveries
always critical in any sce- during the pandemic. tive arrangements for child Prime Minister Justin soap for 20 seconds.
nario, is the importance of Information is changing care immediately, with the Trudeau announced a * Cover your mouth Worldwide:
educating ourselves. Don’t quickly and being up- goal of reducing the num- $82 Billion Economic Re- and nose with your arm Over 200,000 Confirmed
rely on one source of in- dated as soon as possible. ber of children in centres sponse Plan for Canadi- when you cough or sneeze. Cases
formation; listen to facts By today (Friday), we ex- as soon as possible.  At the ans. * Avoid touching your Over 9,000 Deaths
as opposed to hearsay, pect there will have been time of writing (Wednes- eyes, nose or mouth with Over 84,000 Total
opinions and half-truths; numerous changes and day) this direction did Symptoms of COVID-19: unwashed hands. Recoveries
do not presume and gather updates released since not apply to home-based * Follow public health
information from trusted this article was compiled child care, as they care for Symptoms range from advice related to self-mon- Other Canadian Stats:
sources such as govern- at presstime on Wednes- a smaller number of chil- mild (fever, cough, runny itoring and self-isolation if
ment and health officials. day. For those who have dren.   nose, sore throat) to se- you have travelled or have 52% of cases are male
According to the Man- facebook, please watch In addition, public vere (shortness of breath been exposed to someone 31% of cases are 60 years
itoba Health, Seniors and The Minnedosa Tribune health officials recom- and breathing difficulties). ill with the virus. years of age and over
Active Living website; on facebook page for regular mended the cancellation Older people and those * Avoid travel, crowd- 11% of cases have been
December 31st, 2019 an living with chronic health ed places, especially if you hospitalized
outbreak of a novel (new) conditions appear to be are at higher risk (seniors 69% of cases are travellers
coronavirus was detected more vulnerable to be- and those with underlying 13% of cases were in close
in Wuhan, China. coming severely ill. medical conditions). contact with travellers
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Manitoba Public Health
Tickets on Sale : MARCH 28
C. Burton Enterprises Ltd. Minnedosa Credit Union
officials advised that ad- Call (204)-365-2436 Cardy Crop Solutions Minnedosa Home Hardware
Box Ofce Open
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Compass Credit Union Minnedosa Insurance
TRIBUNE Box Ofce Hours March 30 to April 17th
10am - 2pm
Ducks Unlimited Minnedosa Pharmacy
Please Leave a Message, waiting list available.
enJoy Salon and Spa Minnedosa Service Centre
DEADLINE Main Floor - $20 - Balcony - $15 Enns Brothers Minnedosa Vet Clinic
Tuesday at 12 Noon Payment by: cash, cheque or etransfer Four Seasons Repair Minty’s Moving
Guscott Backhoe and Trucking Parkway Insurance
H & R Block Polar North Forestry
Heartland Livestock Prairie Redi Mix
Annual General Heritage Co-op RD’s on Main

Meeting
Hillside Plumbing & Heating RFK Farms
Hopkins Welding & Mechanical R.M. of Minto-Odanah

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Integra Tire Richardson Pioneer

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30 KD Dowsett Farms Ron & Janet McFarlane

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8 4 Kirk’s Service Sharon’s Town and Country Insurance

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10 KRL Farms Sim’s Law Office

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Minnedosa Community Conference Centre
16 63 Main Street North, Minnedosa Lorne & Dawn Erven Sun Sun Chinese Restaurant
21 17
22 18 Supper tickets available at branch $9.00 MNP Accounting
28 24 Refreshments available following meeting
25
29
30 A very special thank you goes out to all of the individuals who
1 made donations of cash, prizes, food, time and effort
2
which helped make our event successful.
204.867.6350 Thank you to everyone that came out to participate.
minnedosacu.mb.ca Your support is always very much appreciated.
4 Friday, March 20, 2020 The Minnedosa Tribune

Around Notice to Citizens of Minnedosa:


SubMiTTed of an outbreak.

Town...
The Town of Minnedosa would

I n response to the advisories from the


Provincial and Federal Governments
regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19),
encourage all members of the pub-
lic to visit www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/
index.html or www.prairiemountain
Minnedosa Town Council, administra- health.ca for up-to-the-minute infor-
By Darryl Holyk tion and the Emergency Measures Coor- mation on the Province of Manitoba’s
dinator (EMC) would like to assure you Coronavirus response. Health-related
that the Town’s Emergency Management questions or concerns about COVID-19
(coronavirus) can be directed to Health
First Day of Spring… Plans are in place to address this pan-
demic. Links-Info Sante’ at 204-788-8200 or
Today, March 20th, marks the first day of Spring. 1-888-315-9257.
That is always a welcome sign even though we have been It has been determined that the following services The Town of Minnedosa council, administration
extremely fortunate with a fairly decent winter compared be prioritized and will continue to operate: and EMC will be monitoring the COVID-19 (coronavi-
to some previous years. Hopefully, now that Spring is - Water and Sewer Services rus) situation as it evolves, and will provide additional
here, the worst of the wintery weather is behind us and - Fire Services public updates in the coming days and weeks as re-
the temperatures just continue to get better. Summer will - Public Works quired.
be here before we know it! - Council and Senior Administration We appreciate your understanding and coopera-
Services that are not water or fire related may be tion.
Good habit to remember… limited at times or temporarily suspended in the event The Town of Minnedosa
I am somewhat shocked that this whole handwash-
ing thing seems to be a new idea for some people. Hand-

February RCMP Statistics


washing and cleanliness are ALWAYS good practices to
follow not just in the time of a pandemic. Anyhow, it’s a
great idea and hopefully once the Coronavirus pandem-
ic has passed people will still continue to regularly wash
their hands to lessen the spread of germs.
By KAREN MITCHELL There were five occur- In the National Survey hicle. Other occurrences
rences under the Provin- Codes category there were included Break and Enter
Former candidate passes…
Wendy Menzies of Neepawa passed away last week
at the age of 66. Many may recognize her name for vari-
F or the month of Febru-
ary, Minnedosa RCMP
had 52 reported occur-
cial Statues (except traf-
fic) category. The highest
number of offenses being
five occurrences including
two prisoners held, one
prisoners escorted and
– Business, Other Theft un-
der $5000, Theft of Truck,
Theft of Motorcycle, Tak-
ous reasons, one being that Wendy ran as the local Lib- rences, with three being the Mental Health Act – two written traffic offence ing Motor Vehicle without
eral candidate in two Federal Elections. During the 2008 unfounded, resulting in 49 Other Activities with two warnings. consent of Owner, Fraud
election, Menzies earned 4,128 votes placing her third actual reports. occurrences. Other of- In the Crimes Against less than or equal to $5000,
most popular among voters in the former Dauphin-Swan Under the Traffic Ac- fences included the Family Person category, there was Fraud through mails and
River-Marquette Riding. Menzies ran again in the 2011 cidents/ Offences Cate- Relations Act, 911 Act and three reported occurrenc- Break and Enter – Resi-
election and again came in third with 1,947 votes. gory, there were three oc- Intoxicated Persons De- es with the highest occur- dence.
currences. The Provincial tention Act. rence for Assault. Under the Common
Traffic Offenses category For the Criminal Under the Crimes Police Activities category,
Present not future… saw 11 occurrences; the Code-Other Criminal Against Property category there were a total of five
Over the past week, we have seen many events can- highest offense being mov- Code category, four occur- there were 13 occurrences occurrences. The high-
celled due to the Coronavirus-19 scare. Some people are ing traffic (speeding) with rences were reported in- reported with one be- est of these was for false
already wondering and inquiring about future events four actual occurrences, cluding Failure to Comply ing unfounded, resulting alarms, with three occur-
such as Fun Fest, Dauphin’s Countryfest, Rockin’ the followed by other moving with undertaking, Disturb- in 12 actual occurrences. rences followed by Wellbe-
Fields etc. For now, let’s all try to focus on the next few traffic violations and other ing the Peace, Failure to The highest of these was ing Checks with two occur-
weeks and not panic and worry about what’s going to non-moving traffic both Attend Court or Surrender Theft under or equal to rences.
happen in the months ahead. No one can predict the fu- with three occurrences. and Public Mischief. $5000 from a motor ve-
ture and we can only hope that by the time these events
are scheduled to take place our lives are somewhat back
to normal.
A Message From Manitoba RCMP During COVID-19
Word of the week… SubMiTTed communities we serve. that the public only visit a prints for a background
The word of the day on my calendar for Friday, March
  It is important to us detachment if it’s urgent. check, please note that this
13th was “halcyon” pronounced hal-see-un. Its defini-
tion is calm, happy, peaceful and referring to a tranquil
time of happiness in the past. The sentence example for
T he RCMP has 80 de-
tachments spread
across Manitoba, and each
that we remain accessible
to Manitobans for when
you need us most. For pre-
  If you have a non-ur-
gent matter, have a general
question or want to speak
service is being postponed
until further notice.
  As always, if it’s an
use of this word read, “She remembered the halcyon
detachment is an impor- cautionary reasons due to with an officer, please call emergency, please call 911
days they’d shared before the war.” This is a somewhat
tant point of contact be- COVID-19, effectively im- your local detachment. or your local emergency
fitting word for the current Coronavirus situation!
tween the RCMP and the mediately, we are asking   If you need finger- number.

Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

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Chancellors Hockey Report


By Nicole KotaK the Chancellors to victory. Kramer getting the win in the Chancellors. The third game of the The Minnedosa-Er-
Kaleb Kramer was in net net for the Chancellors. The second game of series had the Minnedo- ickson Chancellors were

W elcome to
Minnedosa-Erick-
son Chancellors hockey
the for the Chancellors.
The second game of
the best of three series
With the Minnedosa-Er-
ickson Chancellors taking
the first round of the con-
the series was played on
March 10th in Minnedosa.
The Minnedosa-Erickson
sa-Erickson Chancellors
travelling to Deloraine on
March 11th. The Chancel-
scheduled to play the
Neepawa Tigers in the
third and final round of the
report. The Chancellors was played on March 1st solation side playoffs, they Chancellors won the game lors played a great game consolation playoffs but
post-season began on in Minnedosa, with the met the Deloraine-Hart- with a score of 7-4. Scor- coming out on top with a due to the Covid-19 (Coro-
February 26th when they Chancellors winning the ney Colts in the second ing for the Chancellors was score of 7-4 to take the se- navirus) concerns and at
faced-off against the Ha- game 6-3. Doing the scor- round. Owen Riffel with two goals, ries. Scoring for the Chan- the direction of Hockey
miota Huskies in the first ing for the Chancellors The first game of this Liam Bachewich with three cellors was Owen Riffel Manitoba and the Mani-
round of the consolation was Lucas Beatty (Victor round was played on goals, Luke Parrott and with two goals, Victor toba High School Athletic
side playoffs. A very close Lamb), Liam Bachewich March 6th with the Chan- Bryden McFarlane. Assist- Lamb, Liam Bachewich, Association, the league has
game had the Chancellors with two goals assisted by cellors travelling to Hart- ing goals in this game was Bryden McFarlane, Malik been suspended until fur-
coming out on top winning Malik McKay and Bryden ney. The Colts were vic- Liam Bachewich x2, Victor McKay and Konlyn Ne- ther notice.
2-1. Austin Taylor began McFarlane, Carter Hed- torious is the first game Lamb x2, Bryden McFar- metchuk. Assisting these The Minnedosa-Erick-
the scoring for the Chan- ley from Lucas Beatty and winning 2-5. Scoring for lane x4, Owen Kingdon, goals was Bryden McFar- son Chancellors would like
cellors with a powerplay Victor Lamb, Victor Lamb the Chancellors was Owen Luke Parrott, Owen Riffel lane x2, Luke Parrott, Liam to thank everyone that has
goal, assisted by Owen from Liam Bachewich and Riffel, unassisted and Kon- x2, Konlyn Nemetchuk, Bachewich, and Owen supported their hockey
Riffel. Bryden McFarlane Lucas Beatty, and Ashton lynn Nemetchuk from Lu- and Lucas Beatty. Kaleb Riffel x3. Kaleb Kramer season.
scored a shorthanded Burton from Lucas Beatty cas Beatty. Daylan Hunter Kramer was in net for the was in net for the Chancel-
goal, unassisted, to lead and Carter Hedley. Kaleb was between the pipes for Chancellors. lors.

Newdale News Sandy Lake News Basswood


News
SUBMitted By diaNe Bachewich the Shuffle Board Seniors ily and friends gathered for
Westman games held in her 50th birthday. Happy
By Zelda FirBy
T he three weeks that Newdale Drop-In displayed the
Travelling Art Show ended with the final coffee party T he Shevchenko Dance
Ensemble held their
Rivers. John and Irene
were third place winners
Birthday Lovon.
The annual Ukrainian
hosted on March 12th. Approximately sixty two people
signed the guest book with many names being new visi-
trivia night on Saturday
at the Community Hall. A
and will be attending the
North/South play offs.
Supper put on by the mu-
seum Committee held on
B est wishes to Anne
Macksymchuk on her
move to Sandy Lake.
tors to our community. This also completes the final good turnout enjoyed the Get well wishes to Bri- Sunday at the Rec Cen-
Sylvia Firby, sisters
event of Newdale Raven’s Glen WI and we thank every- games. an Shindala who is in the tre was enjoyed by a fair
Lori, Cheryl, Diane, and
one that came and enjoyed the great art pieces on dis- Happy Birthday to ICU at the Brandon Hospi- crowd.
parents Duane and Jean
play this year. The Art Show will return to Newdale next Irene Shandala who cele- tal. Sympathy goes out to
LaCoste joined Shane and
season just not hosted by the local WI Club, but someone brated her 87th birthday at Dennis Derhak of Irene Shandala and Marge
Sarah Dillabough of Cal-
will be taking it over. Too many folks enjoy viewing the the Personal Care Home. Winnipeg visited with Gregorash and families on
gary, AB returned home
items each year to let it not return to town. The new 2021 Irene Thomas, Diane Mom Helen Derhak dur- the passing of brother Pe-
Saturday from a two week
date will be announce when it is received. Lungal, John Domaschuk, ing the week. ter Iwasiuk of Erickson at
holiday in Hawaii.
Newdale Raven’s Glen WI has disbursed all their Diane Bachewich, Ei- On Sunday afternoon, the age of 89.
funds locally and that wraps up our sixty five year history leen Hunter, Sylvester Lovon Tyschinski (Na-
serving Newdale and area. In early years they catered Kristalovich, Linda Si- valkowski) of Dauphin
many wedding, graduation, auction sales and funeral chewski and Francis Kuz- was surprised at the local
lunches. Over the last few years these events became less mak all participated in Drop-In Centre when fam-
and less frequent, they still occurred, but larger facilities
were used and that meant many of them came with their
own caterers. The support that the community offered
Women’s Institute over the years has been deeply appre-
ciated. The bane of many small rural communities is less
and less local services being required. We know every
woman involved in WI has enjoyed their experience im-
mensely!
How many of our readers are going through “with-
drawals” with no hockey or curling to watch. It’s hard to
believe the coronavirus has caused such world-wide dis-
ruptions! Many snowbirds will be returning to Canada
and we hope they try and self isolate for those fourteen
days!! Remember “Wash your Hands” and “Don’t Touch
your Face”!! This may sound like a retired nurse speaking.
Newdale friends and classmates of Morgan Geekie
offer their congratulations on his sensational showing 20033gm1
when called up to his first NHL game with the Carolina
Hurricanes! Now to have the rest of the NHL and AHL
season cancelled, will be very disappointing for him and
us. Great grandpa Bill Zahaiko will be just as disappoint-
ed as Morgan!!
We welcomed Wendy Radcliffe who took the Sunday The Rolling River Festival of the Arts provides a venue for
Church service March 15th and we always enjoy coffee student performance and adjudication in piano, speech arts,
time with her at the Drop-In following. visual arts, band , instrumental, vocal, choral & dance annually.
The Minnedosa & District Foundation is pleased to once again
grant funds to this worthy cause in the amount of $500.00 to Val
Due to lack of space this week, please watch Dornn and Sheona Smith from Board Member Cheryl Johnson.
for the MCI Echo and Tanner’s Times to appear For more info or to make a donation to the Foundation go to
www.minnedosafoundation.com.
in an upcoming edition of The Tribune.
6 Friday, March 20, 2020 The Minnedosa Tribune

The Great Toilet Paper Hoard of 2020 Hits Minnedosa


Continued from Page 1 one hour earlier to allow to continue to check back
those who are 65 or older, with stores if needed. Sev-
Due to volume in- have mobility concerns eral local businesses offer
crease, some local stores, and are vulnerable mem- delivery services, which
including Kim’s Quality bers of the community, an can be accessed by calling
Foods and Heritage Co-op opportunity to shop. their local stores/business-
Food Store, posted signs “Our teams are work- es.
on the shelves limiting the ing hard to keep up with in- On a side note, when
quantity of certain items to creasing business,” stated considering your shopping
two per customer. Heritage Co-op Consumer options, please remember
On Monday, March Operations Manager, Reg your neighbours and oth-
16th Heritage Co-op an- Clarke. “We are committed er community members.
nounced that it would to serving our communi- Limit all purchases to what
opsn all of its food stores ties and will continue to do you truly need and refrain
so.” from stock piling, which
Local businesses means others go without.
would like to assure their Kindness, consideration
customers that they are and humanity is an every
taking steps the necessary day event.
steps to help their cus-
tomers, staff and commu-
nity stay safe and healthy. Bridge Club
Cleaning and sanitizing
are regular routines for Results
businesses, but now, the
Photos by Karen Mitchell frequency of these prac- 1st - Bob Manns/
tices have been increased. Boyd Grant
Last Saturday, March 14th, saw a town-wide Regular stocking of 2nd - Wilf Taylor/
sell-out of toilet paper. Pictured above are merchandise is occur- Mel Harvey
empty shevles at Kim’s Quality Foods and ring when it is available 3rd - Barrie Brooking/
at right, The Bargain Shop!. and customers are asked Judy McFadden

Commemorative Poppy Blanket Project For Minnedosa


ground. A meeting was set up with session, please feel free to funding this out of our
This image was star- the Royal Canadian Legion use it. We are not look- own pockets and the pop-
tling. To see the trail of to ask for their support as ing for exact shades, as a py makers are supplying
red running down the the “poppy” as this is a reg- whole variety of shades their own yarn. If you wish
castle walls just seemed istered trademark and they will just make for a more to help us with this endea-
to make the sacrifices of agreed wholeheartedly. beautiful blanket – we just vour, we will gladly accept
some many come to real- It is our goal to create ask that you please stick to yarn donations of yarn or
ity. Over the past number 5,000 poppies by Septem- red shades. We ask that no monetary donations to-
of years, many communi- ber and then begin the task poppy be larger than five wards the cost of yarn.
ties around the world have of putting these together to inches in diameter. For It is our goal to have
taken up this project. create the blanket. There those who do not knit or this blanket created and
When the Manitoba are many ways to get in- crochet, there will be op- dedicated for November
150 Minnedosa Commit- volved with this project. portunities to come to- 11th, 2020. For more in-
tee got together to discuss First and foremost, we are gether to put the blanket formation and patterns,
how we could celebrate looking for people to make together. please contact Lorna at
this anniversary, the idea the poppies. This is some- As this is a project 204-210-2111.
of the commemorative thing you can do from the of volunteers, we are all
Website photo poppy blanket came for- comfort of your home. For
ward. most people, each poppy
An example of a Poppy Blanket
Lorna Hislop reached will take no longer than 30
honouring World War Veterans. out to some members of minutes to make, but this
crochet groups to see if depends on what pattern
SUBMITTED a commemorative poppy
anyone wanted to go off the you choose and your skill-
blanket. Many hours of
deep end with her and take set. At this time, we can-
A number of years ago,
a community in Eng-
land came together to
hard work went into cre-
ating this piece and the
finished blanket was hung
on this massive undertak-
ing of trying to do the same
not provide any supplies
to help with the knitting/
thing here in Minnedosa. crocheting. If you have
honour the Veterans of from one of the towers of
The response was “YES”. any red yard in your pos-
the World Wars creating a castle cascading to the

Dr. Gerard Murray Buying or selling real estate?


Helping you is what we do.™️
Optometrist Dave Burgess
9:00 -5:00 Sales Representative
Monday - Friday 204-730-8181

418 Mountain Ave. Neepawa, MB

204-476-5919
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, March 20, 2020 7

St. Patrick’s Day Celebrated


at Personal Care Home
By KAREN MITCHELL Throughout the day, COVID-19 outbreak, staff
residents were kept busy are working overtime to

W hile the
around them was
world

busy with statistics, can-


with a variety of activities
including a floor curling
bonspiel and a pub after-
ensure all residents are
kept busy and positive in
their confined surround-
cellations and closures, noon, hosted by the PCH ings.
residents of the Minnedosa Activity Department. Laughter is a wonder-
Personal Care Home were With a visitor ban be- ful thing and kudos to the
having a great time cele- ing put into place by all Care Home staff for filling
brating St. Patrick’s Day on Prairie Mountain Health the facility with laughter
Tuesday, March 17th. Care Homes during the and smiles for all.
Photo by Karen Mitchell

*We accept Visa, Master Card & debit card purchases


Sale Dates: *We sell lottery tickets
*We deliver within town limits Monday - Friday at 4:00 p.m
($2 charge - $25 minimum order)
MARCH 20TH - MARCH 26TH * Try one of our delicious BBQ chickens!
* We sell fruit, veggie & meat trays and fruit baskets
*Senior’s Discount every Friday (65 & up) (STARTS FRIDAY 9:00 A.M. - ENDS THURSDAY 9:00 P.M.) (24 hours notice is appreciated)
*We sell R.O. water

GROCERY
Country Harvest Bread assorted ...............600g ...... $2.79 Robin Hood All Purpose Flour ............... 10kg .... $12.99
RC 10.38 Dinner Plate 40 CT ...................................................40ea ..............$7.99 Shake N Bake assorted .................................................... 140-184g ..............$2.59
RC 6.75 Dessert Plate 40 CT ....................................................40ea ..............$3.99 Ocean Spray Cranberry Sauce assorted.............................. 348ml ..............$2.39
Post Cereal assorted ............................365-540g ...... $2.79 Dole Pineapple canned assorted ........................................ 398ml ..............$1.69
Miracle Whip assorted ...................... 650-890ml ...... $3.99 Franco Gravy canned assorted ........................................... 284ml ..............$1.29
Glad Plastic Wrap Cling .......................................................... 30m ..............$1.29 Campbell RW Soup assorted .............................................. 284ml ..............$1.85
Jif Creamy Peanut Butter ..........................................................1kg ..............$5.49 Campbell Broth assorted ..................................................... 900ml ..............$2.19
Pringles assorted ............................................................. 148-156g ..............$2.29 Aylmer Tomatoes canned assorted ..................................... 796ml ..............$1.79
GG Canned Vegetables assorted ......................................... 398ml ..............$1.29
NN Broth assorted.................................... 900ml ...... $1.00 Uncle Bens Bistro Express assorted .......................................250g ..............$3.29
Catelli Whole Wheat Macaroni/Spaghetti .............................375g ..............$2.29 BC Hamburger Helper assorted ..................................... 141-233g ..............$2.49
Robin Hood Minute Oats/Quick Oats ......................................1kg ..............$2.49 Knorr Pasta/Rice/Stove Top Stuffing assorted .....................133g ..............$1.59
PC Pancake Mix Buttermilk Complete ..................................905g ..............$2.49 Bicks Pickles Baby Dills/Yum Yum/Sweet Mixed .................... 1lt ..............$3.99
Nutella Spread Med .................................................................375g ..............$3.29 Bicks Pepper Rings Hot or Sauerkraut wine ................ 750ml-1lt ..............$3.99
Nescafe or Tasters Choice Classic Coffee Instant 100-170gr $4.99 NN Canola Oil ............................................................................. 3lt ..............$4.99
Carnation Hot Chocolate or Nesquick syrup assorted ........450g ..............$4.99 I Cant Believe Its Not Butter, Imperial Margarine .....454g ...... $1.29
Eagle Brand Milk Sweetened Condensed Original ............ 300ml ..............$3.49 Becel Margarine Tub Soft........................................................454g ..............$3.29
Ocean Spray Cranberry Cocktail or Motts assorted ........... 1.89lt ..............$3.59 FM 14% Sour Cream ............................................................. 500ml ..............$2.19
Sunny D Tangy ....................................................................... 1.89lt ..............$2.69 Kraft Philadelphia Dip or cream cheese assorted ................227g ..............$3.49
Nestle Pure Life ............................... 12x500ml ...... $2.99 Cracker Barrel Cheddar Bars assorted ...................................400g ..............$7.49
Leclerc Celebration cookies assorted ...................................240g ..............$2.99 Tropicana No Pulp Juice 100% ............................................. 2.63lt ..............$6.99
Dare Vinta or Breton Crackers assorted.......................132-250gr ..............$2.49
Motts Fruitsations assorted ....................................................111g ..............$2.29

MEATS
Orville Redenbacher Popcorn assorted .................................492g ..............$4.49
Doritos or Miss Vickies chips assorted ......................... 200-255g ..............$3.49
Kellogg’s Nutrigrain Bars assorted .........................................295g ..............$2.99
Chipits Chips assorted ............................................................300g ..............$3.49
Robin Hood Flour Whole Wheat/All Purpose ......................2.5kg ..............$4.49
Fresh Chicken Leg .................................................................................... $1.89/lb

FROZEN FOODS
Blade Beef Roast ....................................................................................... $4.99/lb
Rib Beef Steak ........................................................................................... $8.99/lb
Pork Loin Chops Centre Cut .................................................................... $2.99/lb
NN Canton Egg Rolls Meat CP ................................................................. $8.49/lb
PC BM Chicken or EX Lean Shepherds potato pie ............. 900gr ............. $9.99

PRODUCE
Swanson Dinners assorted ............................................. 280-345g ............. $3.79
Hungry Man Dinners assorted ....................................... 360-455g ............. $3.99
PC Frozen Fruit assorted ................................................ 400-600g ............. $4.29
Giuseppe Mini pizza assorted ....................................... 676-738g ............. $5.00
Minute Maid Lemonade frozen juice assorted ................. 295ml ............. $0.99
High Liner Pan Sear COD Savoury Herb ...............................540g ............. $9.99 Green,Red Seedless Grapes ............................... $2.49/lb
GG VS Vegetables assorted .........................500g ...... $2.49 FM Russet Potatoes ................................................................. 10lb ............. $3.99
McCain Hashbrowns Diced or RB Straight cut ....................900g ............. $1.99 Royal Gala Apples .................................................................................... $1.49/lb
Pogo Original 10s .....................................................................750g ............. $6.99 English Cucumbers ....................................................................................... $1.99
FM Coloured Peppers ...............................................................4pk ............. $3.99
OPEN 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM, 7 DAYS A WEEK • Navels Oranges ......................................................................................... $1.49/lb
Romaine Hearts .........................................................................3pk ............. $3.99
70 Main Street South, Minnedosa 867-2821 FM Grape Tomato....................................................................255g ............. $2.49
ALL PRICES ARE PLUS GST, PST & OTHER LEVIES WHERE APPLICABLE
*WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
8 Friday, March 20, 2020 The Minnedosa Tribune

TO PLACE AN AD FOR SALE FOR RENT COMING EVENTS


BY PHONE Call 204-867-3816
Hours to place, correct or cancel ads: BATTERIES FOR EVERY- 55+ Living. For rent. Regretfully, Due to the Celebrating 50 Year Re-
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. THING. Automotive, farm, Available April 1st in Minne- coronavirus pandemic, the union for Class of 1970 for
construction, ATV, mar- dosa. 178 – 2nd Ave SW, 2 April 4th Birthday tea for Grads and Former Class-
BY MAIL CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING bedroom, ½ duplex, 5 ap- Thelma James at Minnedosa mates. Save September Long
ine, motorcycle, golf carts,
The Minnedosa Tribune, P.O. Box 930, pliances, great for seniors, United Church Centre is can- Weekend 2020 for our 50-
phones, tools, radios, com-
Minnedosa, Manitoba R0J 1E0 $1,080 per month plus util- celled for the present. year Grad Supper and Class-
puters etc. Reconditioned,
BY FAX 204-867-5171 obsolete and hard-to-find ities, no pets, no smokers. mate Social Evening. Please
batteries. SOLAR equipment. Contact by email only to Grab your Partner! contact fellow students and
BY E-MAIL class@minnedosatribune.com The Battery Man. Winnipeg. mddwiebe@mymts.net (1-4) Grandpa or Grandma, Aun- friends. Save the date! Let us
1.877.775.8271 www.battery- x tie or Uncle, Mom or Dad, know how many will be join-
man.ca Besties. Join us for a tea party ing us in our celebration by
ENGAGEMENT
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and paint a flower pot, make email grad1970minnedosa@
delete any words or phrases deemed by The Minnedosa
Tribune Ltd. to be objectionable, or to refuse to publish any
advertisement. The Minnedosa Tribune Ltd. shall not be
Advertise NOW, to
get the jump on your com-
petitors SELLING, HIRING
ANNOUNCEMENT
LARSON  CHEVALLARD  A N C E L
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Booth! Friday March 20th at
7:00 p.m. at the Minnedosa
gmail.com Tell everyone you
know and lets party! Will
need numbers by end of May.
responsible for any loss or damage to any advertiser or third United Church Hall. $20.00 (2-2) x
and PROMOTING YOUR We are excited to announce
party resulting from the failure of an advertisement to appear per pair. To register call 204-
EVENTS! The Blanket Clas- the engagement of our
in The Minnedosa Tribune Ltd. or from any error or omission in
any advertisement which is published.
sifieds reach over 400,000 children, 868-5510. (1-2) x NOTICES
Manitoba readers weekly. Let APRYL DAWN LARSON
AND Minnedosa Grain
RATES us work for you. Get results!
For as little as $189.00 + GST, JEANPAUL CHEVALLARD. Growing Project banquet Minnedosa 50+ Centre
$9.00 for first 40 words, additional words .10 each. you could book now! People Apryl is the daughter of on Sunday, April 5th at the will be closed to the pub-
rely on these classifieds to Colleen (Cam) Town and Minnedosa Community Con- lic from March 23rd - April
Repeat ads - Half Price. ference Centre. Doors open 6th. Contact us at 867-1956

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area and across the province.
bolding, and centering). Catch them looking at YOUR son of Jacque and Theresa p.m. Guest speaker Travis com if you have any ques-
material in our 48 Weekly Chevallard of Winnipeg Rintoul of Portage la Prairie. tions or concerns. Sorry for
Happy Snaps: (Birthday, Engagement, Wedding, Birth, &
Community Newspapers. and the nephew of Marlene Presentation on Canadian the inconvenience. (20-2) x
Graduation) - $16.00 for the first 20 words and the picture.
Call this newspaper NOW or Shewchuk of Sandy Lake. Food Grains Bank Study tour
Obituaries: - $6.50 per col. inch. The couple is planned to be of India. Tickets $20.00, family Rotary Book Sale. Can-
email classified@mcna.com
Reach the entire province (50 weekly newspapers) $189.00 for details. MCNA (204) 947- wed on August 1st, 2020 at $50.00. (1-4) x celled until further notice.
Westman and Eastman: $119.00 1691. www.mcna.com St. Nicholas Church Ozerna Thank you to all those who
Manitoba Orchid Soci- donated books.
All Ads plus 5% G.S.T. - Sandy Lake with reception
Office supplies available ety Show and Sale at Breezy
to follow at the Shewchuk
Bend, Headingley. March Advertisements and
Deadlines at The Minnedosa Tribune. 14
3rd Ave. S.W. Open Monday to
Century Farm. A pre wedding
social event is planned for
27th to 29th, daily 9:00 - 4:30. statements contained herein
Classified advertisements must be submitted no later Friday 9 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 $8.00, under 14 free. www. are the sole responsibility of
May 16th, 2020 at the Sandy
than noon Tuesday for insertion in the following Friday’s p.m. to 4 p.m. Phone 204-867- manitobaorchidsociety.ca the persons or entities that
Lake Recreation Centre.
edition. All classified advertisements must be prepaid BEFORE 3816. post the advertisement, and
Please Drink Responsibly. HUGE ANTIQUE, VIN-
insertion. the Manitoba Community
TAGE & COLLECTIBLE Newspaper Association and
The Minnedosa Tribune is not responsible for HOMES FOR SALE COMING EVENTS SALE! Friday, April 3rd, 4 p.m. membership do not make
typographical errors published AFTER the first insertion, nor – 9 p.m. and Saturday, April any warranty as to the ac-
does it assume responsibility for errors published as a result of 4th, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., $7 per curacy, completeness, truth-
an advertisement placed, changed, or cancelled, by telephone. AURORA Build a Birdhouse, Build person. Assiniboia Downs, fulness or reliability of such
To ensure your advertisement appears correctly please submit a Community. Minnedosa
1648 SqFt 3975 Portage Ave., Winni- advertisements. For greater
it in person, by fax, mail, or email. RTM Lions Club in conjunction peg. FREE PARKING. For info information on advertising
Showhome with the Men’s shed would (204) 478-1057. conditions, please consult the
For Sale like to invite all interested

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Association’s Blanket Adver-

ANCELLE
AUCTIONS FOR SALE 3 Bedrooms (ensuite), children and their parents to The Minnedosa Legion tising Conditions on our web-

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Maple Kitchen, Quartz a birdhouse building project. Easter Ham and Chicken Bin- site at www.mcna.com.
Countertops, Walk-in Take a birdhouse home after go planned for Saturday April
McSherry Auctions Pantry, Island. James assembling a supplied kit! 4th along with Live Music on Do you have a PRESS
12 Patterson Dr. , Stonewall, MB
Hardie Siding, Huron Wren and Bluebird kits will March 27th have been can- RELEASE / MEDIA ADVI-
Tripane Windows. be supplied. Refreshments celled. X
Estate & Moving Auction SORY that needs to go out?
Sat March 21st @ 10 AM Pictures available and snacks are free. Join us Let us help you with that!
www. on March 28th, 2020 at the The Minnedosa Food
Yard * Recreation * Tools * Misc Though we cannot guaran-
*Antiques * Furniture * Household giesbechthomes.ca Minnedosa United Church Bank will remain OPEN and
tee publication, MCNA will
Spring Gun Auction from 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. (52-4) x will be operating out of the
or phone get the information into the
Sat March 28th @ 9:30 AM back of Inspire Studio at 71
204-346-3231 right hands for ONLY $35.00
Vintage Service Station & Minnedosa United Main Street (Purple Door)
+ GST/HST. Call MCNA
Coca Cola Sign Sale Church Spring Meat Pie Sale We will be open every Thurs-
Sun April 5th @ 10 AM (204) 947-1691 for more in-
LIVESTOCK - Hamburger or Turkey. Small day from 10:00 a.m. - Noon.
(2-2) x
formation, or email classi-
Consignments Welcome! $5.00 / Large - $12.00 Pies will fied@mcna.com for details.
Call For Free Consultations be ready on March 27th, 2020.
on 2020 Farm Sales! www.mcna.com
Two Year Old Black An- To place your orders - call
(204) 467-1858 or gus Bull Sale March 20th, 204-210-2111 Deadline for or-
(204) 886-7027 2020. Wawota, SK. 306-577- der - March 21st, 2020. (52-3)
www.mcsherryauction.com 9141. www.gbtangus.com x
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HELP WANTED

Rolling River School Division


SUMMER STUDENT POSITIONS
Maintenance Worker Assistant Maintenance Summer Student Positions
(12 weeks - June 8 to August 28, 2020) For full-time high school, minimum Grade 10, or post-secondary
TOWN OF MINNEDOSA student, intending to return to their studies in the fall
Mechanic Assistant/Detailer
PUBLIC WORKS AND OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT (7 weeks - July 20 to September 4, 2020) Minnedosa Health Centre
Part Time (0.8 EFT)
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Positions are based at division offices in 30 hours/week (4 weekdays)
The Town of Minnedosa is looking for a team orientated Minnedosa, Manitoba. $11.65/hour
Term Position (June – Aug 2020)
individual who will be able to provide physical support and For more details and application information, please visit our website at HR Posting #: MISS20849
assistance in the day to day delivery of services and to www.rrsd.mb.ca select Employment then Summer Student Positions. Erickson Health Centre
operate a variety of equipment in the construction, care and Part Time (0.8 EFT)
maintenance of the Town’s infrastructure and a wide range of Thank you to all applicants for their interest in 30 hours/week (4 weekdays)

delivery of services. Rolling River School Division. $11.65/hour


Term Position (June – Aug 2020)
Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. (1-2)
The successful applicant will possess: HR Posting #: ERSS20854

• Grade 12 Diploma or Equivalent Education and/or Sandy Lake Personal Care Home

Experience
FOR SALE BY TENDER Part Time (0.8 EFT)
30 hours/week (4 weekdays)
• Valid Class 5 Driver’s License $11.65/hour
• Proven record of team work FOR SALE BY TENDER
Term Position (June – Aug 2020)
HR Posting #: SASS20860
• Experience in the safe operation of various types of
Sealed, written tenders for the property situate in the Closing Date for positions: March 31, 2020 at 4:00 p.m.
equipment and vehicles MUNICIPALITY of ODANAH and described below will be To apply for these opportunities, and obtain more information,
• The physical requirements to perform the work received by: please visit careers.pmh-mb.ca

This is a full time (40 hours per week) entry level laborer MEIGHEN, HADDAD LLP We thank all applicants in advance for their interest in Prairie
Mountain Health, however; we will only be in contact with
focused position, wage based on OE987 Collective Agreement. 110-11th Street candidates who are selected for an interview.
For additional information you may contact the Public Works Brandon, Manitoba
and Operations Manager, Kevin Marcino at 204-867-0037. R7A 4J4
Resumes will be received until 4:00 p.m. on Friday, March
Attention: Warren G. Barber, Q.C. TENDER
29th, 2020 at the Town Office located at 103 Main Street (Box W ½ 18-15-18 WPM
426) Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0. Includes four (4) 1,900 bushel flat bottom bins and one (1) 3,000
bushel flat bottom bin
Email: kmoyer@minnedosa.com
Fax: 204-867-2686 CONDITIONS OF TENDER
1. Interested parties must rely on their own inspection and
We thank all applicants for their interest in this position; knowledge of the property and not on any representations
however only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Town of Minnedosa
made by or on behalf of the Vendor.
(1-2) 2. Tenders must be received on or before 2:00 p.m. on The Town of Minnedosa is accepting tenders for:
Wednesday, April 1, 2020. RFQ 2020-02
The Municipality of Harrison Park 3. Tenders must be accompanied by a $2,500.00 deposit cheque Victoria Bay Paving
The Municipality of Harrison Park is seeking applicants for the payable to Meighen, Haddad LLP. Deposits accompanying General information:
unacceptable bids will be refunded.
following positions: Supply and place asphalt along remainder of Victoria Bay,
4. The land will be sold subject to Ducks Unlimited caveat
Seasonal Village Maintenance Employee 84-5749/5. portions of 1st Ave SW and a portion of 4th St SW, approx.
• Onanole Urban Area 5. Highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. 520m. All distance measurements are approximate and will
• May 11th to October 23rd , 2020 require verification by the contractor.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE
Seasonal Tractor/Mower Operator Tender package available for pick up at the Town Office or by
6. The bidder whose tender is accepted will be required to com-
• May 4th to October 30th, 2020 plete an agreement covering terms and conditions of sale. emailing kmoyer@minnedosa.com.
The successful candidates will be self-motivated and will 7. The closing date of the sale shall be October 30, 2020 Any enquiry concerning the content of this Request for
have a demonstrated ability to work as a member of a team. on which date the Vendor shall provide a registerable Quotation should
Experience in operating and maintaining machinery is an Transfer of title and the Purchaser shall pay the balance
of the accepted tender or provide evidence that the be directed to Kevin Marcino at 204-867-0037 or minpwork@
asset. mymts.net.
balance will be available under conditions acceptable to
These positions are classified as Village General Maintenance the Vendor. If the balance is not paid in accordance with Sealed Tenders marked “Victoria Bay Paving” will be
under the current Collective Agreement. these conditions, the deposit may be forfeited asliquidated accepted at the Town of Minnedosa’s Civic Centre, 103 Main
Any persons interested are requested to submit a resume and damages and not as a penalty. Street South, Box 426 Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 until 4:00 p.m.
cover letter to the Onanole Municipal Office, no later than 8. Possession is not authorized until acceptable arrangements on Thursday, April 9, 2020.
for full payment are made following acceptance of tender.
March 27th, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. Fax: (204) 867-2686 Email: kmoyer@minnnedosa.com
9. All mines and minerals will be reserved from any transfer.
For further details please contact: 10. The successful bidder will be responsible for real property Any or all of the quotations may not be necessarily accepted.
Tamara Sellman taxes commencing January 1st, 2021.
(2-2)

Assistant Chief Administrative Officer For further information contact


Municipality of Harrison Park Bruce Lawson at 1-204-874-2303. (1-3)
Box 190, Onanole, MB R0J 1N0
Phone: 204-848-7614 Fax: 204-848-2082
Email: admin@harrisonpark.ca
The Municipality of Harrison Park would like to thank all that
apply in advance and advise that only those selected for further
consideration will be contacted. (1-2)
10 Friday, March 20, 2020 The Minnedosa Tribune

ANNOUNCEMENTS CARD OF THANKS OBITUARY

I want to thank those We would like to thank MARY GEORGINA ROBERTSON


who cared for me after my fall our family and friends for the July 31st, 1938 – March 14th, 2020
in front of the Pharmacy on many acts of kindness shown
March 12th. Also to the Ambu- to our family in the loss of Mary Georgina Robertson, aged 81, entered peacefully
Response Builder lance attendants, Dr. Onyshko our beloved son and brother into rest at the Minnedosa Health Centre.
Advertising and nurses at the hospital. Kevin. Thank you for the mes- Born on July 31st, 1938 Mary was the eldest of six children
WORKS! To Ken and Karen Parenteau sages of sympathy, flowers,
meals and food brought to
to David William and Agnes Elvena Hopkins who resided on a
small rural farm in the RM of Minto near Clanwilliam, Manitoba.
who went the extra mile and
• GET SEEN by over saw my car and myself safely our home and the donations At the age of fifteen, Mary travelled to Brandon to work
400,000 Manitoba to Cancer Care. To “All” our for Safeway, quickly advancing to the position of head cashier.
home. Your kindness is much
Homes!
appreciated. Elwood Fawcett. family and friends who trav- On September 26th, 1957 Mary married Mervin Charles
• Create instant top of
mind awareness X elled so far to be with us at this Robertson, and they took up residence in Clanwilliam, Manitoba.
• Showcase your info, difficult time – Thank You! For A few years later, Mervin and Mary purchased a farmstead
business, product, all the “hugs” and kind words five miles north of Clanwilliam where Mary was fortunate to raise her
Thank you to the Doc-
job, announcements helping to hold us together – children through their early years. Once the children were all in school,
tors, nurses and staff at the
or event Thank you! To Kathy Platt for Mary was asked to return to the work force in Minnedosa and worked many
• We format it, to
Minnedosa Hospital for their
officiating at the grave side years at Boyd’s IGA, where she was well known and respected. Mervin and Mary relocated to
make it look great! concern and encouragement
a most sincere Thank You! Minnedosa in 1980 upon selling the farm, residing there for roughly nine years. However, prefer-
• Starting at $239.00 while I was in their care in
Tony and Linda Saler, Kirk, ring the rural lifestyle, Mervin and Mary moved to a small acreage on the outskirts of Minnedosa
(includes 35 lines of February. I am so thankful.
Cheryl, Tyler and Brianne. in 1990, where they continued to spend many hours working in the yard and enjoying the many
space) Gladys Broome x
• The ads blanket the hours spent gardening. Career wise, Mary spent the final ten years before she retired working in
province and run in Thank you to family the housekeeping department at the Minnedosa Regional Hospital.
MCNA’s 48 Manitoba and friends for flowers, gifts
IN MEMORIAM Time was precious and never wasted. Many days were spent appreciating the outdoors,
community and get well wishes and the spending time with family, and creating various crafting, knitting and crocheting projects. Mary
newspapers was well known and sought after for her jams, jellies and pickles that she lovingly prepared, and
many visits. It was wonder- ANDREYCHUCK
• Very cost effective she always made sure there was no shortage for anyone. Family was of first and foremost import-
means of getting ful encouragement. Gladys In Loving Memory of
Broome. x My dear husband and friend, ance to Mary and we will always remember her for her infectious smile, her unconditional love
your message out to
the widest possible father nad grandfather and the kind words she had for everyone she met.
audience Thank you to grand- (Dido), She will be sadly missed by family and friends, but most significantly by her husband of
daughters Whitney and Jes- CECIL 62 years Mervin Robertson; three children Warren Robertson (Virginia), Colleen Synchyshyn
Contact this newspaper
sica who were there at the Who left us 20 years ago on (Mitchell) and Aaren Robertson; grandchildren Natalie Vaughan (Derrick), Ryan Synchyshyn
NOW or MCNA at
204.947.1691 or email beginning and gave me the MARCH 19th, 2020 (Kassandra), Nicole Cooper (Matt), Melina McNish (Bryson) and Tyler Robertson; great grand-
classified@mcna.com much-needed support. Thank children Carter and Aria Vaughan and Quade Cooper; sisters Judy Christopherson (Albert) and
you also to their parents Su- A gentle wind blew Audrey Hopkins; and brothers Bill Hopkins (Glennis) and Gary Hopkins (Janice); as well as many
www.mcna.com extended family members.
san and Vaughn who have cross the land,
been my constant mainstay. Reaching out to take a hand, A family service and interment will take place at a later date.
Gladys Broome. X And on the winds
the angels came, When Tomorrow Starts Without Me
Calling out a loved When tomorrow starts without me, please try to understand,
one’s name. that an angel came and called my name, and took me by the hand.
Left behind the family’s tears, The angel said my place was ready in heaven far above, and
Loving memories of the years, that I’d have to leave behind all those I dearly love.
But when I walked through Heaven’s gates, I felt so much at home,
Mid-West Weed District of joy and love,
for God looked down and smiled at me, and told me “Welcome Home”.
a life well spent,
PUBLIC NOTICE And now to God, So when tomorrow starts without me, don’t’ think we’re far apart,
Public notice is hereby given that the Mid-West Weed District a loved one’s sent. for every time you think of me, I’m right there in your heart.
intends to conduct the following pesticide programs during To those who weep,
2020. a life is gone, KEVIN ANTHONY SALER

1. To control noxious weeds and brush on right’s-of-ways But in God’s love,


you will live on. It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Kevin Saler, after a courageous bat-
within the Municipalities of Hamiota, Oakview and You are the gentle tle with cancer. Kevin passed away on March 7th, 2020 shortly after his 55th birthday.
Riverdale wind that blows, Kevin will be lovingly remembered and greatly missed by his wife, Mary; sons Virgil and
including all villages and towns within. You are the diamond Alexander and grandson Max. Also left to mourn him are his parents Tony and Linda; brother
The projected dates of application will be from May 1, glints on snow, Kirk (Cheryl); nephew Tyler and niece Brianne; extended family and many friends.
2020 to October 31, 2020. You are the sunlight Kevin enjoyed a 30-year career in television starting in Brandon with CKX. He went to work
The herbicides that may be used include: on ripened grain, at STV-Regina and later worked at CTV Winnipeg where he met his wife Mary. Kevin loved his job
and enjoyed sharing memories of the good old days. He had a tremendous love for hockey and
- 2.4D amine 600, 2.4D ester 700, Banvel vm, Navius, You are the gentle
music and spent many hours playing his guitar, listening to his favourite tunes and cheering on
Truvist, autumn’s rain.
his favourite team, the Winnipeg Jets. Kevin was a loving and devoted husband who took pride
Detail, Garlon XRT, VP480, Tordon 22K, Esplanade, Fiesta, You are remembered.
and pleasure in his family.
Weed B Gon. Always remembered and A celebration of life took place on Saturday, March 14th at Church of the Rock in Winnipeg.
2. To control noxious weeds at the Hamiota golf course. sadly missed by wife Interment in Minnedosa Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Cancer Care Manitoba.
The projected dates of application will be from May 1, Olga and family.
“ALL IS WELL”
2020 to October 31, 2020.
The herbicides that may be used include: BUSINESS
- Trillion, Par III. OPPORTUNITY
3. To control turf disease at the Hamiota golf course.
The projected dates of application will be from May 1, EMPLOYMENT
HEALTH OPPORTUNITY
AGRICULTURE
2020 to October 31, 2020.
The fungicides that may be used include:
- Instrata IIA, Trilogy, Interface, Mirage, Daconill ultrex. HIP/KNEE General Integrity Post
Replacement? Manager
4. To control grasshoppers. Frame Buildings
Other medical
The projected dates of application will be from June 1, conditions causing YEAR ROUND MANAGER SINCE 2008
required at
2020 to October 31, 2020. TROUBLE WALKING
Narrows Sunset Lodge in Built with
The insecticide that may be used include: or DRESSING?
Oakview, MB. Concrete Posts
- Eco Bran The Disability Tax
Bookkeeping, balancing Barns, Shops,
Credit allows for
The public may send written submissions or objections to spe- $2,500 yearly tax
tills and payroll a necessity.
Riding Arenas,
Knowledge of Quickbooks
cific control programs within 15 days of the publication of the credit and $20,000 and POS system an asset. Machine Sheds
notice to the department below: Lump sum refund. Living quarters available. and More
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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, March 20, 2020 11

PROPERTIES FOR SALE

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The Minne

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House/Business
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MACHINE
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Neepawa Library 3rd Tuesday of
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Unwanted Item Removal
Kim Butler
Narcotics
KIMbroidery
204-867-6352 For more info call: • Handyman Services
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Anonymous can help • Alum & Stainless Welding
204-867-6369
Meetings every
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Minnedosa • Reasonable Rates
204-867-6354 Apparel & Promotions
Trisha Paterson
867-2935
ALCOHOLICS Tuesday & 204-867-2378 204-720-5934
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204-867-6364 If you like to drink and can
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204-867-6368
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204-867-6391
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E-mail 7 6 Ma i n S t r e e t S o u t h
or 867-3966 Health Inspected
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Website
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