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Volume 136 Issue 31 Friday, October 12, 2018 90 cents plus tax

INSIDE Strategic Planning for Local Tourism

this week By DARRYL HOLYK

A pproximately 30 in-
vited guests attended
a Minnedosa Strategic
Planning Session hosted
by Travel Manitoba and
the Minnedosa Area Com-
ELECTION 2018 munity Development Cor-
poration (CDC) recently.

Meet Your The purpose of the

session was to open lines

Town Council of communication be-

tween locals and Travel
Manitoba to explore a
Candidates strategy to increase tour-

ism visitation for Minne-
dosa. Some of the local
invited attendees included
people who have a direct
link to local tourism such
as representatives from the
Town, Chamber of Com-
merce, CDC and Tourism
committee as well as lo-
cal business owners and
representatives from local
non-profit organizations.
One of the sessions
exercises had atten-
dees name Minnedosa’s
1958: Old strengths and weaknesses
when it comes to tour-
Clinic Opens ism. Some of the strengths
included our geograph-
Some of the many local tourist attractions identified at the recent strategic planning session included
the lake, beach and campground, Ski Valley, Rockin’ the Fields and the Heritage Village.

ical location and natural
beauty, the ability to be a lack of willingness to try named. other one was “Minnedosa and curling in Manitoba.”
year-round tourism des- new things to better the A “finish this sentence” has the most…” to which From the brainstorm-
tination and the fact that community. exercise was also held. The responses includes “walk- ing and information shar-
Minnedosa is fortunate to A long list of tourist opening sentence to fin- ing trails”, “fun experi- ing that was done during
have a number of services attractions was also com- ish was, “Minnedosa is ences”, “natural beauty”, the strategic planning ses-
available locally for out- piled and as has been the the best…” Some of the “outdoor adventures” and sion, it is hoped that this
of-towners. Some of the case with previous com- responses included, “kept “potential”. The final sen- information can benefit
If your label reads
identified weaknesses in- munity round table dis- secret/hidden gem”, “val- tence was, “Minnedosa those in attendance and
18/10/31 cluded poor visibility from
major highways, due to the
cussions, items such as
the lake, beach and camp-
ley paradise” and “place to
take a break.” The second
has the only…” which was
completed with highlights
Travel Manitoba repre-
sentatives in greater tour-
It’s time to renew
bypass, a small quantity of ground and festivals such sentence to finish was such as “bison in town”, ism related adventures
your subscription!
overnight hotel accommo- as Fun Fest and Rockin’ “Minnedosa is the first…” “ski hill in Westman”, “fully and marketing for the
204-867-3816 dations, volunteer burnout the Fields were just some which the group answered, restored octagon building” community.
and the fear of change and of the many attractions “stop from Brandon.” An- and “outdoor pond hockey


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Here Is Your Panel of Candidates

Thomas Dowsett Rick Saler Grant Butler
Brief Introduction: Born Brief Introduction: Born Brief Introduction: Born
and raised around Eriks- in Brandon, lived around and raised in Foxwarren
dale, MB and moved to Rapid City/Minnedosa and moved to Minnedosa
Minnedosa in 2008. Cur- area his whole life. Married in 1988. Married to Kim
rently working casually at to Sheryl with two children and share eight children
White’s Funeral Home as and four grandchildren. and seven grandchildren.
well as casual driving in- Currently working at the
structor. Married to Eileen Top Three Priorities: Rec- Rolling River School Di-
and has one child. reation, Housing, Growth vision as the Director of
and Development. Instruction, Curriculum
Top Three Priorities: Infrastructure, Recreation and and Technology. Minnedosa was a summer home while
Parks, Growth and Development. Community and Volunteer Involvement: previously sat growing up and was heavily involved in the water skiing
on sports boards, refereeing, Hockey Manitoba, current- club, Minnedosa Mallards.
Community and Volunteer Involvement: Previously on ly involved with Senior Bombers team, always willing to
several sports boards and Teen Touch program, currently lend a hand and looking forward to becoming involved Top Three Priorities: Development and Growth, Tour-
Chair of Bethany Community Board. in the community more once retires in the future. ism, Finances.

Previous Council Experience: First time running. Previous Council Experience: Currently on council Community and Volunteer Involvement: previous soc-
(two terms). cer, hockey and baseball coach, Rockin’ the Fields, sat on
Additional Comments: “I am not running because I community sports boards.
have a pet peeve over anything, I just want to help where Additional Comments: “I see so much potential for
I can. To me, it’s all about service. I want to continue to growth and maintaining our area such as partnering with Previous Council Experience: First time running.
make Minnedosa great and show people that you don’t RM’s to bring in new industries or looking at a soybean
have to be a business owner to get involved. I feel it is im- plant or factories, bringing new people to our area who Additional Comments: “I would like to be involved and
portant to have the younger community members take will then buy houses and shop locally and have children have input into maintaining this beautiful community
part in boards and feel welcomed, having been heard in our schools, it’s all a snowball effect that all benefits and all of its amenities. I wouldn’t want to live anywhere
and valued for their voice. Together we can do anything. our town. We need our community residents to shop else than Minnedosa and I want to see what we offer now
I can also offer that on the second and fourth Tuesday of at our local stores and support businesses in our area. maintained as well as attracting new and potential resi-
every month I will make myself available at a local coffee Again, things snowball, if businesses have to shut down dents with jobs and opportunities.”
shop at 5:00 p.m. for anyone who would like to come by that’s less money in our town and our taxes go up, etc. We
and talk to me before council meetings.” have to support each other here.”

Judith MacDowall

Brief Introduction: Born in Ontario and moved to

Minnedosa in 2002. Retired from the health care field
in 2009. Married to Garry with three children and five

Top Three Priorities: Finances, Infrastructure, Business

Growth and Development.

Community and Volunteer Involvement: Anglican

Church, Food Bank.

Previous Council Experience: Currently on council (one term).

Additional Comments: “It has brought me great satisfaction to see projects completed
within my term such as the medical clinic up and running, the fire department op-
erating with essential equipment needed and infrastructure being worked on. I look
forward to continuing to give back to my community, working with a council that works
together and respects each other and moves forward for the greater good of our com-

Mark Blais

Brief Introduction: Born in Minnedosa, family moved

around as father was an RCMP officer, Mark moved back
to Minnedosa with his family in 1995. Previous owner
and operator of Blazers Convenience Store, retiring in
2017. Married to Jan with two children and five grand-

Top Three Priorities: Recreation, Maintaining Lake and

Campground, Tourism.

Community and Volunteer Involvement: previous Chamber of Commerce, looking

forward to becoming more involved in community since retirement.

Previous Council Experience: Minnedosa Town Councillor from 1998 to 2002.

Additional Comments: “Minnedosa is my home and my family’s home and I look for-
ward to coming to the table to learn all the facts and sit with a council to make informed
decisions and see our community grow. This community has a lot to offer and I want to
see tourism expand to allow more people to realize what Minnedosa is all about.”
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, October 12, 2018 3

Running For Minnedosa Town Council

Clarke Swain Frank Taylor Jim Dowsett

Brief Introduction: Brief Introduction: Born Brief Introduction: Born

Born and raised in Bran- and raised in Minnedosa and raised in Minnedosa
don, partner Jodi was born area. Married to Carol with until 1998 and then moved
and raised in Minnedosa two children and six grand- to Killarney to work for
and together share four children. Retired from the the Municipality as Chief
daughters. Moved to Town of Minnedosa. Administrative Officer. Re-
Minnedosa in 2004 to raise tired and moved back to
a family in a small com- Top Three Priorities: Minnedosa in early spring
munity. Growing up, spent Housing, Growth and De- 2018. Married to Donna
summers in Minnedosa. velopment, Infrastructure. with one daughter and two
Top three priorities:   Infrastructure, Economic Devel- Community and Volunteer Involvement: previously a
opment, Tourism and Recreation. firefighter, Kinsmen member and sat on various sports Top Three Priorities: Finances, Recreation, Infrastruc-
boards. Will continue to volunteer wherever he can and ture.
Community and Volunteer involvement:  Leader with where needed.
the local 4-H horse club before taking over as the head Community and Volunteer Involvement: Looking for-
leader of the program for three years. Current president Previous Council Experience: Currently on council ward to becoming more involved with the community
of the Minnedosa Ag Society. Sits on the board of direc- (two terms). and groups now that back living in Minnedosa and re-
tors for the Provincial Exhibition of Manitoba.  cently retired.
Additional Comments: “We have the most beautiful
Previously on council: First time running. lake and campground, they are second to none. I would Previous Council Experience: Minnedosa Town Coun-
like to see these maintained and continue to be utilized cillor from 1983 to 1989.
Additional Comments: “My goal if elected is to be a for tourism. Over the last eight years we have started the
councillor that you can stop on the street, pick the phone ball rolling on several projects that continue to move for- Additional Comments: “I am looking forward to serving
up and call and voice your concerns and know that no ward and hopefully we will see things wrap up here in the the community and lending my support through my past
matter how small the concern is it will be brought for- next term. Infrastructure is always ongoing but it is a pri- experiences. Minnedosa is my home and a lot of people
ward.  I have a strong belief that even the smallest con- ority for our community’s future as well. I look forward to know who I am and what I stand for. I am eager to move
cern can bring forward great results on bigger issues.   Af- continuing to make our community great and see some into this next chapter of my life.”
ter all it’s Your community, My community, Our town.” project completions in the years to come.”

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Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Under The Dome

Celebrate and Support Small Businesses
GREG NESBITT By DARRYL HOLYK ate, provide employment and give back to our com-
Riding Mountain MLA munity. Certainly, there are some things that cannot

N ext week, October 14th to 20th is Small Busi-

ness Week in Canada and as Canadians we have
a lot to celebrate and be thankful for when it comes
be purchased locally which consumers have to look
elsewhere for, but a great selection of products and
services are available to us right here at home.

O ur government is
moving forward with
its Manitoba Climate and
escalating carbon tax over
and above the Manitoba
levy after one year. This
to small businesses. These ventures, which are clas-
sified as having between five and 99 employees are
the heartbeat of many communities, especially small,
In today’s world, online shopping is becoming
more and more popular. People can shop for pretty
much everything online conveniently whenever they
Green Plan, but without a would mean twice the tax rural communities. Without small businesses, these have time to – even if it’s late at night long after local
provincial carbon tax. We with poorer results - hurt- rural communities would not survive. businesses have closed. They can shop from the com-
are also standing up for ing our ability to attract Small businesses not only provide products and/ fort of their home and have their purchase delivered
Manitobans by opposing business capital to our or services to customers and clients, but also provide right to their door. While this may be convenient,
the federal government’s province, threatening jobs employment opportunities in communities. In addi- let’s stop and think what this does for our commun-
planned escalating carbon and economic growth and tion, they give back and support their community ity. When you find a great deal online you spend your
tax that would damage our taking money away from through donations and sponsorships. No matter how money with a company that may be located in a large
province’s economy. Manitoba families. This is many small businesses there are or how well stocked city, outside of your home province or even in a dif-
Our made-in-Manito- unacceptable. and well-managed they may be, they cannot survive ferent country. You have just supported a business
ba plan had initially pro- Our government is no without the support of customers and clients. If a small which has no connection with your home community
posed a flat carbon price longer proceeding with a business does not survive and has to close its doors, and most likely will never spend a cent to donate or
of $25 per tonne of green- Manitoba carbon tax, and there is a spiralling effect of negative impacts which sponsor your local festivals, youth programs, athletics
house gas emissions to pro- will fight Ottawa on the many people may not realize. If a business closes, and community fundraisers. If everyone did this, we
vide stability to consum- federal carbon tax plan there is an empty space which never looks good along would lose our local businesses and our community
ers, business, industry and that would take money any street. There is also the loss of jobs bringing with it would lose it’s many non-profit events and programs
agriculture, and to support from Manitobans’ pockets unemployment concerns for former staff members of that receive support from local businesses. Supporting
our government’s vision and hurt our economy. that business. There may be the loss of availability to local small businesses and shopping locally first is ex-
for a prosperous and grow- Based on the four pil- get certain products in that community forcing former tremely important to ensure a successful community.
ing green economy. Our lars of cleaner water, con- customers and clients to look elsewhere to purchase Even if it sometimes means spending a little bit more,
fixed carbon levy would servation of natural areas, those items. If they now have to purchase these items is the added value that those local businesses give
have saved Manitoba fami- steps to address climate in a different community or online, that takes import- back to your community not worth it?
lies and businesses more change and strengthening ant spending dollars out of the community. When a As we celebrate Small Business Week, here are
than $260 million over five the economy, our Manito- business closes, it also means that local fundraisers, some statistics which re-enforce the popularity and
years, compared to the ba Climate and Green Plan projects, etc. which used to receive donations, spon- importance of our country’s small business sector. Ac-
federal government’s plan will continue to encourage sorships or donated prizes for events, will now suffer cording to the Business Development Bank of Canada
for a higher and rising car- investments in renewable the blow of less support for their project or program. (BDC), a whopping 99.7 percent of all businesses in
bon tax. And all revenue energy and a reduction in There is never anything good that comes out of the Canada are classified as small or medium sized. These
collected under our plan energy consumption. Our closure of a small business. small businesses contribute to 41 percent of Canada’s
would have been returned plan has been acknowl- As consumers in a small community, we each have Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and nine out of ten
to Manitoba households in edged widely, even by Ot- an important role to play in supporting our local busi- Canadians who work in the private sector work in a
tax relief while remaining tawa, as the best such strat- nesses which helps keep our community alive and vi- small business. That amounts to 10.5 million people!
in our province to be used egy in Canada. brant. Local Chambers of Commerce have promoted During Small Business Week, I encourage every-
for Manitoba priorities, We are saying yes to shopping local for generations and for good reason – it one to check out what is available in your hometown
stimulating green innova- our made-in-Manitoba is one of the most vital part of a healthy community. business district. If there is a new, small business that
tion and creating jobs. Climate and Green Plan, Our Minnedosa Chamber of Commerce currently has has recently opened in your community that you have
As well, our flat carbon which would make a posi- a strong membership of 125 businesses which provide not checked out yet, Small Business Week is the per-
price would have achieved tive and lasting impact on our trading area with a good variety of products and fect time to stop in and see what they offer or maybe
more emissions reduc- the environment and our services. In addition, there are a number of local busi- it’s time to check in at a long-time local business
tions in Manitoba than the economy for generations nesses that are not Chamber members. We need to whose door you have not passed through in a long
federal carbon tax of $50 to come. But we are stand- check our local business out, see what they have avail- time. Stop in, say hi, make a purchase and thank the
per tonne. However, the ing up for the interests of able, what they offer and support them. I have always business owner for being a valued supporter of your
federal government has Manitobans and saying no been of the mindset that if you can buy it locally you community. Without your business, our communities
stated it would impose its to a carbon tax. should so that those businesses can continue to oper- will suffer.

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Manitoba Not Proceeding With Carbon Tax

I Letters to the
am writing to you on a investments in renewable businesses need is higher calating carbon tax which
matter of great impor- energy, while encourag- taxes. will take billions of dollars
tance to all Manitobans. ing Manitobans to reduce We will always defend off the kitchen tables of
On October 3rd, I an- their energy consumption. the interests of Manito- Manitoba families.

nounced that your govern- It will assist local com- bans. Today, tomorrow, Our course of action
ment would not proceed munities in their efforts to and for as long as we are is clear. The federal gov-
with a Manitoba carbon protect our watersheds. It privileged to serve this ernment says Manitobans
tax. I will explain why. will clean up contaminat- province and its people. aren’t doing enough to
The danger posed by ed sites, increase recycling, ba plan proposed a flat and bon tax over and above Manitoba’s Climate protect the environment.
climate change is real and and build new schools to a low tax, like the prairie ho- the Manitoba tax. Almost and Green Plan deserves They are wrong. They say
it is serious. We see the higher standard of energy rizon. That flat rate would a year after our Manitoba Ottawa’s respect. We are a carbon tax is the only so-
evidence all around us, efficiency and environ- have provided stability to Climate and Green Plan already Canada’s cleanest, lution to fighting climate
in warmer temperatures, mental design. It will es- consumers, business, in- was released, however, greenest province. We are change. We disagree. They
both in the air and in the tablish a $100 million Con- dustry and agriculture. It Ottawa’s high tax threat investing billions in re- claim they have the abso-
oceans. In the form of dan- servation Trust to preserve would have saved Manito- remains, and that is unac- newable energy, without a lute right to impose a car-
gerous storms, which hap- and protect our grasslands, ba families and businesses ceptable. single dollar from Ottawa, bon tax on Manitobans.
pen more frequently. In woodlands, wetlands, wa- more than $260 million Ottawa has acknowl- yet we are given no credit We say ‘no.’
forest fires of unprecedent- terways and wildlife habi- over five years, compared edged our plan is the best for it. In fact, Manitoba We say ‘yes’ to a
ed intensity, and in severe tat. to the Ottawa carbon tax. in Canada, but they have Hydro’s debt will rise to cleaner, greener future
flooding that happens far It’s a plan that will be Most importantly, all mon- also stated that they will $25 billion – $19,800 per for Manitoba. We say ‘yes’
more often. implemented without any ies collected under our impose their higher – and Manitoban – thanks to the to a Made-in-Manitoba
Climate change significant assistance from plan would have been re- rising – carbon tax after NDP’s massive overbuild. Climate and Green Plan,
threatens our safety and the federal government. turned to Manitobans, in one year. It could mean You have already made a without a carbon tax.
our economy. It threatens Last year, we received the form of tax reductions. twice the tax, for poorer significant investment in
our future, especially the legal advice that the fed- There are no such guaran- results. Double for noth- green. Rather than respect The Honourable
future of generations that eral government has the tees with the Ottawa plan. ing. That would threaten this investment, Ottawa Brian Pallister,
will follow us. constitutional power to Immediately after un- jobs and economic growth threatens to impose an es- Premier of Manitoba
We are leading the way impose a carbon tax, but veiling our Climate and throughout our province.
with a Made-in-Manitoba only on provinces that do Green Plan, and on nu- At a time when Manitoba
Climate and Green Plan not implement plans of merous occasions thereaf- is making progress in fix-
that is widely acknowl- their own. Our Climate ter, we sought the federal ing our finances and re-
edged as the best in Cana- and Green Plan, which is government’s assurance building our economy,
da. better for our economy that they would not im- the last thing struggling
Our plan focuses on and better for our envi- pose their escalating car- families, seniors and small
four pillars of cleaner wa- ronment, was designed
ter, conservation of natu- by Manitobans to protect
ral areas, effective steps to Manitobans and to keep
address climate change, Ottawa’s hands out of our
and strengthening our pockets.
economy. It continues our Our Made-in-Manito-


Harvey Wedgewood of the Minnedosa & District

Foundation presented a grant to Judy McFadden and
Trudy Adamson representing the Minnedosa & Area
Food Bank. This worthy organization helps those less
fortunate in our community.
For more info or to make a donation to the Foundation go to
Dr. Derek Papegnies
Tuesday, November 13th, 2018 OPTOMETRIST
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60 Years Ago… Doctors New Expressions Season

Open New Clinic Just Around The Corner
SUBMITTED ner’s Crossing School (TCS) pit. This
is a trio consisting of a dad and his two

T he Minnedosa Performing Arts

Committee is getting set for anoth-
er Expressions concert season and are
teenage sons. Their camaraderie and
harmony make their show highly en-
tertaining. They play their own music,
very shortly going to be planning for with a fun cover tune thrown in here
the 2019/2020 season! A reminder that and there.
season’s tickets can be purchased at the A month later we will be decking
local library. the halls with the Brandon Commu-
Our goal as an organization is to nity Orchestra on December 5th, also
bring top quality entertainment to in the TCS pit. The orchestra is unique
Minnedosa. This is important to us in that these are individuals with other
for a number of reasons. In the winter careers that come together through the
months, it can be a challenge to make it love of music to entertain Brandon and
to a city such as Brandon or Winnipeg, surrounding communities.
given early darkness, less than ideal The Royal Manitoba Theatre
road conditions and the cost of fuel. Centre will be bringing us “Buying
Winter is long in Manitoba and the the Farm” on February 18th at the
prediction for an even longer winter Minnedosa Community Conference
this year makes getting out and seeing Centre. The rural theme will be sure to
Tribune Archives
friends and neighbours really impor- make a connection with us and as al-
By Darryl Holyk the Minnedosa Medical photo are clinic staff Laura tant to our wellbeing. We also believe ways, the acting and set will be of high-
Group clinic, which today, Boleen and Florence Rob- listening to live music is great for our est quality.

T he photo above ap- 60 years later, has recently inson as well as Doctors mental health. And on March 7th we will close our
peared on the front closed and been replaced Stevenson and Hinch. The pass is $60 per adult, which season with CASATI, a trio that offers a
page of October 9th, 1958 with the Dr. Ajai Khandel- The interior of the old may seem a high price to pay if you blend of folk and jazz. Fantastic story
edition of The Tribune wal Primary Care Centre. clinic really did not change aren’t sure that you can make all four tellers and talented musicians; they
and shows the interior of Pictured in the 1958 much over its 60 years of concerts. Consider sharing it with a will amaze you. CASATI will be play-
serving the community friend. The passes can be used by any- ing in the Minnedosa United Church to
and surrounding area. one once purchased. Rush tickets are make use of the lovely acoustics in the
$20 per adult so if you purchase the sanctuary.
The now old clinic,
had been constructed at a season’s ticket, you will be getting one All concerts begin at 7:30 p.m. and
cost of $25,000 – a far cry event for free. To sweeten the deal, stu- include an intermission, during which
VOTERS IN HARRISON PARK dents 18 and under will not be charged the MCI Grad class provides light re-
from the $2.3 Million price
MUNICIPALITY WARD 1 tag of the new clinic. if they come with an adult. That means freshments. The doors to the facility

DO YOU WANT? The new 1958 clinic eight tickets for you and a minor for will be open at 7:00 p.m. at which time
had long been a dream $60! you can purchase rush tickets or a sea-
Have we convinced you to get those son’s ticket. (in case you couldn’t make
Financial Accountability of Dr. Ian Gilhuly and al-
though he passed away season’s tickets yet? We invite you to it to the library beforehand;) See you
Transparency before the clinic was com- check out our upcoming Expressions there!
pleted, the facility was built Concert season; You can get more information from
Increased Ratepayer Communication on land owned by him. At Our first concert features The Jan- our Facebook page or our website;
zen Boys on November 8th in the Tan-
High Quality Environmental Stewardship and the the time of its opening, the
clinic housed three doc-
protection of our rivers and natural wetlands tors; Stevenson, Hinch and
Change in Local Politics Turkula.

On October 24, 2018 If your label reads

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T he regular meeting of
the Minnedosa Legion
Ladies Auxiliary was held
Halloween Social, Skate
the Lake Social, Craft Sale
lunches, Touch-a-Truck
Marie Burgess, Mary
Slashinsky, Dot Schum-
acher and Lorrie Lam-
on October 1st. Event, Jets White Out held ing attended the Fun Day
Prior to the meeting, at the arena. hosted by Plumas Auxilia-
President Lorrie Laming The committee feels ry on September 29th. Fol-
introduced Laci Mailman that the beach area is an lowing the event, the Dis-
GetÊvaccinated. Don’spread
Get vaccinated, Don’t t spread
the flthe
u! flu!Ê and Camille Marnock, intricate venue not only trict 2 meeting was held.
representatives from the for the town but for many Barb Robards in the new
Minnedosa Beach En- people camping and those District 2 Commander and
CLINIC DATES IN YOUR AREA hancement Committee.
There are seven mem-
using the beach through-
out the summer.
will be visiting auxiliaries
in the upcoming year. The
Appointments preferred 1-877-646-3888 Walk-ins may be accepted. bers on the committee Member vests are go- District Annual Meeting is
Erickson Wed. November 7 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Erickson Legion Hall with many volunteers as- ing to be ordered with the to be held June 2019 in Fort
sisting. Their goal is to Auxiliary Crest. Frances.
Minnedosa Thurs. November 1 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Minnedosa Conference Centre raise $200,000.00 which is One funeral luncheon A memorial donation
Minnedosa Fri. November 16 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Minnedosa Conference Centre the cost for constructing had been held for Allan will be given to the Bel-
Rapid City Mon. October 29 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Valleyview Senior Centre a totally new playground. Robinson. The Harvest Tea mont Community Hall in
Sandy Lake Fri. November 9 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sandy Lake Drop-In Centre This is done through a lot was well attended. There memory of Marg David-
of fundraising and dona- were 34 rainbow auction son’s brother, John Cham-
Shoal Lake Tues. October 30 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Shoal Lake Community Hall tions. Some fundraising items. A Thank you was bers.
Strathclair Tues. October 23 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Strathclair Municipal Hall has included Perogy sales received from Darlene
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, October 12, 2018 7

Seasonal Shot Helps Guard Against Illness Cadurcis News

SUBMITTED two seasons combined in long-term care facilities. Pneu-P-23 vaccine, which By DOREEN TROTT
and the highest since 2009- “Flu vaccines are a helps protect against

T he seasonal flu vaccine

is once again available
free of charge to all Mani-
10.  The number of hospi-
talizations last winter due
to patients suffering from
great preventative meas-
ure that reduces the risk of
illness for all Manitobans,
pneumococcal disease
and is offered free of charge
to seniors, are available at
A large number from the community gathered at the
chemical shed at the Pioneer elevator in Minnedosa
for a fried pickerel luncheon on October 3rd.
tobans aged six months the flu created backlogs in but particularly for older local public health offices, Muriel McManus joined members of her family at
and older, Health, Seniors emergency departments adults,” said Connie New- nursing stations, doctors’ the home of Randy and Nancy Smith on Sunday.
and Active Living Minis- and urgent care centres. man, executive director of offices, and Access Cen- Colton and Keely of Basswood spent Thanksgiving
ter Cameron Friesen an- “Flu vaccines have the Manitoba Association tres.  Pharmacists can also with their grandparents Malcolm and Shirley Rose.
nounced earlier this week proven to be effective of Senior Centres.  “Flu provide immunization Clayton and Margaret Wareham spent Thanksgiving
at the official launch of in preventing illness for vaccines are especially services to people seven with Terry Jr. and Colleen Woychyshyn and family.
the annual influenza im- many Manitobans,” said important for those of us years of age and older.  Doug and Karen Northam returned from a trip vis-
munization campaign. Dr. Michael Isaac, Mani- as we age who have other Manitobans interested in iting their son, Cody and Lorette Northam in Cut Knife,
“Getting the flu vac- toba’s acting chief prov- conditions which become getting the vaccine should SK. Doug and Karen spent Thanksgiving Saturday with
cine is important for the incial public health of- more complicated:  car- contact providers first to Jim and Dianne Kuculym of Oak River and Sunday with
health of all Manitobans, ficer.  “Manitobans are diac, pulmonary and kid- ensure they are available. Eric and Susan Belcher.
but especially for those encouraged to get the ney disorders, along with See ad in today’s Trib- Jim and Nancy Greer spent Thanksgiving with Doug
at increased risk of ser- vaccine and reduce the cancers and diabetes.  Hav- une for dates, times and lo- and Shelley Phillips of Brandon.
ious illness from the flu, risk of contracting influ- ing this vaccine is a tool cations for upcoming local
their caregivers, and close enza and the potential to help us avoid the flu.” flu shot clinics.
family and friends,” said health complications that The flu vaccine and
Friesen, who received his can come with it, both for
vaccination this morning at themselves and for others.”
Morden Drugstore.  “Every A record number of
Manitoban knows an in- people received flu vac-
fant, a senior, someone cines last winter in Mani-
with diabetes or asthma, toba, with more than
or someone seeking treat- 320,000 doses adminis-
ment for cancer.  Because tered.  In total, 22.5 per cent
of this, I encourage Mani- of Manitobans registered
tobans to protect them- with Manitoba Health,
selves, as well as others, Seniors and Active Liv-
by getting their no-charge ing received the vaccine.
flu immunization this fall.” A special high-dose
Forty-six people with seasonal flu vaccine is
lab-confirmed cases of the once again available for
flu died in Manitoba last senior residents of long-
winter, the highest num- term care facilities.  Intro-
ber in three years, while duced last year, the high-
another 35 were admitted dose vaccine may provide
into intensive care units.  In better protection for those
total, there were 505 hospi- at increased risk of compli-
talizations due to influenza cations from the flu, poten-
during the 2017-18 season, tially reducing the number
more than the previous of outbreaks experienced


Minnedosa Golf Club

Expansion Committee
Cash Calendar Draw Winners
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Brandi Thompson $50
Angie Eilers $30 An annual flu vaccine is especially important for those at increased
Lisa Mackedenski $30 risk of serious illness from the flu, their caregivers and close contacts.
Beatrice Butler $30 If you are 65 or older or have a chronic illness, you should also get
Mark Hume $30 a pneumo vaccine. One pneumo vaccine may give you a lifetime
$20 Winners of protection.
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8 Friday, October 12, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Bedsheet Storage That Takes Up Less Space

use. Or lay sheets between tion number three: Have Cozy up in front of freezes wonderfully so that

Solutions and the box spring and the

mattress. Another option
a piece of wood cut to fit
the size of the table, cover
a woodstove on a frigid
day and you won’t want
you can keep meatloaf on-
hand in your freezer. Sub-
Substitutions is to fold sheets and hang
them in the closet. Or put
the wood with fabric by se-
curing it with a staple gun
to leave your home, but
sometimes the unwel-
mitted by Judy
Whenever I travel, I
By extra sheets in an empty and place it over the table. come smell of a woodstove take the bar of soap that I
REENA NERBAS suitcase. Option number four: Sand
and re-stain the table.
can send you running. You
were smart to replace the
opened and place it in with
my dirty laundry. The soap
Dear Reena, older wood stoves with an bar would be thrown out
I own a large coffee ta- Dear Reena, airtight model that will re- by the hotel anyway, and
Dear Reena, fold the flat sheet and one ble made of wood. The ta- We have a two-storey duce harmful emissions the soap scent keeps my
I live in a small apart- pillow case into a small ble is full of scratches and slab-on-grade home.  The because even if you wise- fabrics smelling fresher.
ment with limited space. square. Put all three piec- I can’t afford to purchase main living area is on the ly and thoroughly clean Submitted by Lindon
Do you have any ideas for es inside of the last pillow a new table. Is there any first floor where we have the stove box often, any If you end up with a
storing sheets so that they case and fold it in half. Now way to hold onto my table an open fireplace.  On the traces of ashes will fill the chocolate mess on a wash-
take up less room? Yur you have a neat bundle without dishing out a wad ground floor we have a room with odor. Here are able fabric. Place the item
that stays together. When of cash? Mary wood burning stove.  Both a few additional solutions in a clean kitchen sink.
Dear Yur, you want that particular fires are served by  a  sin- to try: Close the damper Soak the area with Dawn
Here are a few storage set of sheets just pull down Dear Mary, gle exterior masonry chim- whenever not in use. Add dish soap. Pour hot water
options to consider: Fold one pillow case and they Option number one: ney with a separate flue a top sealing damper and a onto the washable fab-
the fitted sheet and then are all inside, waiting for Fill in the scratches with a for each unit. The prob- tight-fitting glass fireplace ric and watch the stain
colour match wood filler lem is that in cool damp screen. Pouring vinegar melt away. For fabric that
pencil/crayon specifically weather the flue for the into the box of the screen should not hit water, put
designed to hide scratches. wood burner backdrafts will not be strong enough 1 tbsp. Dawn dish soap in
RAPID CITY LANDFILL Option number two: Wipe and we end up with an ac- to combat the odor which a bowl with 2 cups water.
a rag with matching stain rid smell in the house. We is coming from the pipe Beat with an egg beater.
WINTER HOURS over wood to hide scratch- have tried putting in a new and sides and top of the Smear the foam onto the
October 15, 2018 to April 14, 2019 es. Have a piece of smoked stove, stuffing paper in the box, proper sealing is your stain and dab until gone.
glass cut and smoothed to door and latching it and best solution. Submitted by Me (Reena)
Wednesday: 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. fit the wood. Glass cutters we have tried bowls of kitty
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - Noon may often include rubber litter in the stove without Did You Know? Note: Every user assumes
and 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. feet for each corner so that success. Do you have any Instead of making all risks of injury or dam-
the glass can’t slide out suggestions? Barry one large meatloaf, make age resulting from the im-
CLOSED ON of position. The glass will meatloaf in muffin tins. plementation of any sug-
STATUTORY HOLIDAYS hide the scratches. Op- Dear Barry, This looks better and gestions in this column.

Minnedosa & District Recreation Commission

21st Annual
Sports Dinner
Featuring Guest Speaker

HERITAGE CO-OP Member Meeting

Information and VOTE on proposed
amalgamation with Strathclair Co-op
Date: Tuesday, October 30, 2018
Time: Registration - 6:30 pm | Meeting - 7:00 pm
Location: Minnedosa Community Conference Centre




John Morris
• The Amalgamation Agreement, effective the 29th day of December 2018 between Heritage Co-op
1997 Ltd., and Strathclair Consumers Cooperative Limited and providing for the terms and
conditions of their amalgamation and their continuance as one cooperative under The Cooperatives
Act of the Province of Manitoba, be and is hereby approved, confirmed and adopted.
• The directors and officers of Heritage Co-op 1997 Ltd. be and are hereby
authorized and directed to do such acts and things and execute such documents as may be
necessary and desirable to implement the said amalgamation.
Copies of the Amalgamation Agreement adopted by the board of directors on August 29, 2018 are available
from the Heritage Co-op 1997 Ltd. Administration Office for review. A member has a right to dissent
to the amalgamation. This can only be done by sending a written objection to the resolution proposing
amalgamation, to the co-operative on or before the meeting referred to above.
October 20, 2018
The board of directors for both co-ops have approved that the articles, bylaws and the policy and procedures of the Tickets available at the Rec Office
newly-formed co-op will be existing governing documents currently being used by Heritage Co-op 1997 Ltd. Copies
of the articles and bylaws are available for review from the Heritage Co-op 1997 Ltd. Administration Office. 39c Main Street S 204-867-2250
Minnedosa, MB 5377-15/2018 (28-4)
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, October 12, 2018 9

Teen and Multipurpose 4-H Report 55+ Complex Construction

By AShlEy MAgnUSSon is her fourth year as the
Head Leader. Laci Mail-
Donald as Vice-President,
Teen Treasurer is Torynn
Proceeding On Schedule
T he first 4-H meeting of
the year took place on
Monday, October 1st. The
man has joined Corinne
in attending Area Council
meetings and will be learn-
Dmytriw, Meredith Erven
as Multipurpose Treasurer,
Abby Jo Wark as Secretary
meeting was held at the ing the ropes of running a and yours truly, Ashley
Minnedosa Collegiate Caf- 4-H Club. We could not Magnusson as Club Re-
eteria. There are going to run the 4-H Club without porter.
be a total of 29 members, the parent volunteers, and We talked about our
including 20 Multipurpose appreciate all their hard upcoming 4-H projects,
and nine Teen members. work! travel opportunities avail-
We did the 4-H pledge and During the meeting, able and played a fun game
motto to start the meeting. members elected new ex- at the end of the meeting.
Our Head Leader is ecutives. Rayna Topham Our next meeting is
Corinne Topham, and this as President, Elliot Mac- Monday, November 5th.

Seniors Bowling Results Bridge Club

SUBMITTED Results age, Vivian Cullen 173,
Carry Douglas 184, Bev

O ctober 8th Bowlers

of the week were Re-
inhardt Penner +94 and
Chapski 216, Wray Doug-
las 228, 238, Vicky Bugg
161, 186, Doug Pettigrew
October 4th
Photo by Karen Mitchell

1st – Boyd/Greg Grant

Vicky Bugg +81.
Other good games
were Gladys Murray 261,
206, Ray Criddle 233, Viv-
ian Penner 153, Reinhardt
Penner 172, 144, Harvey
2nd - Judy McFadden/
Linda Vint
T he property along 3rd Avenue S.W., which for years housed the Minnedosa District
Hospital , followed by over 25 years as a vacant lot, is now home to a new housing
3rd - June Clark/Cliff Lenz
179 – 100 pins over aver- VanDamme 147, 142, 170. Stewart and Colleen Lewis are the vision behind Minnedosa’s newest apartment
4th - Cindy Grant/
complex currently under construction. The eight-unit, 55+ complex is moving along
Wilma Jones
according to plan. The two bedroom, two bathroom units have all been spoken for and
5th (Tie) - Wilf Taylor/
occupancy is scheduled for June 1st, 2019.
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Bob Manns/
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10 Friday, October 12, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Ye Old Trib
1888 – Humber and Boyd Hardware, near The Tribune 1918 – Winnipeg officials are urging Minnedosans to weather well into November to ensure completion before
office, are the first in town to adopt the precaution of cov- hold winter sports here this season. freeze-up.
ering the exposed side of their building with sheet iron as
a defence against fire. It will be an expensive job but will 1948 – Town Council is seeking some way to keep the 1978 – Jim Clark has been appointed President of the
result in a reduced rate of insurance. river running through town all winter, following this Minnedosa Minor Athletic Association for the 1978-79
spring’s collapse of the dam. season. Mr. Clark succeeds Dick MacDonald, who will
1898 – Several good farmers and their families are com- continue on the executive as Past President. Other offi-
ing this month from Iowa to settle in this district and 1958 – John Grant of the Cameron District has raised cials include Mel Nagorski, Karen Parenteau, Bob Willis,
want improved farms. the first pea crop in the area in over ten years. Mr. Grant Jack McNabb, Benny Nagorski, Bill Ringrose and Norman
raised 60 acres of peas. The last crop of considerable acre- Wahoski.
1908 – The erection of the courthouse is progressing age was raised by Fred Gugin as well as some in the Bass-
with the walls now being well above ground level. The wood, Newdale area over a decade ago. 1998 – Town Council heard from a delegation from the
building will be a most substantial one with exterior and Minnedosa Golf and Country Club which presented
partition walls being solid brick. There is so much brick 1968 – The first train crossed the overpass on the new a project feasibility study for a proposed expansion to
on site that a recent visitor from a neighbouring com- bypass last Wednesday. Work on the bypass is progress- make Minnedosa an 18-hold golf course. Club members
munity asked, “Whose brickyard is this?” ing rapidly and highway engineers are hoping for good will vote on the proposal next month.

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20th Bi- Annual Gun Annual Fall Vintage Service continues to give all year Eucharist, Garry MacDowall.
Dinner at 6:00 p.m. and pro-
Auction Station & Coca Cola long? How about a one-year 4:30 -6:30 – Fall Supper. x
Sat Oct 20th 9:30 AM Collectibles Auction gift subscription to West- gram at 7:00 p.m. followed LIVESTOCK
Saturday Oct 27 @ 10 am ern Canada’s Oldest Weekly by dessert, Saturday, October Minnedosa Figure Skat- MISCELLANEOUS
Accepting Guns, Restricted 20th. Sunday School at 9:30 ing Club Annual General
Over 100 Signs – Oil, Pop, Newspaper, The Minnedosa
Guns, Ammo, & Gun or Tobacco & General Store * Coke and morning service at 10:30 Meeting on October 26th at
Hunting Related * Always Tribune. Call 204-867-3816 or WANTED - BREEDING
Machine * Vintage Coin Operated on October 21st. Everyone in- 6:30 p.m. at the MCI Canteen.
Huge Crowds of Interest! Arcade “Shouting Bear” * Oil email class@minnedosatri- AGE BUCK. Sannen, Alpine
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TION! In-demand career! ALEX ABEL
Rolling River School Division Employers have work-at- December 3rd, 1923 – It is with deep sadness
home positions available. October 12th, 2017 that the family of Roy Hilding Berg
Get online training you need announce his passing on Sep-
Rolling River School Division is located in southwestern Manitoba, from an employer-trusted We miss your gentle soul, tember 30th, 2018 in Calgary,
Canada in close proximity to Riding Mountain National Park and program. Visit: CareerStep. your love and caring. Alberta at the age of 84 years. He
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start training for your work- our memories of our hero! fight with recent illness over the
EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT required at-home career today! And Dad, we will last year. He is predeceased by
Rapid City School - 2.6 hrs/day remember them! his father Ole Berg and beloved
mother Berta Berg (nee Hal-
LAND FOR SALE Love always and forever, dorsen). He leaves to mourn his
For more details and application information, please visit our website at Lloyd, Brenda, Barry, loving wife Jean Berg (nee Tessari), select Employment then Support Positions. Margaret and their families. sister Ellen Kjartanson (Steve-
deceased), brother Orville Berg (Beatrice),
PLETE High End Cattle and
Thank you to all applicants for their interest in In Loving Memory of step children and grandchildren, many nieces and nephews
Grain Operation for Sale in
Rolling River School Division. Saskatchewan. Manages 2K to
CAROLINE CHRISTINA who adored him dearly, extended relatives and friends.
Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. ROBBINS He was a hard worker and always willing to help every-
3K Cow/Calf Operation with
(Nee PATERSON) one, a gentle giving soul that filled the world with his kindness
Complete Solid Infrastruc-
who passed away on and contagious smile. During his career Roy lived in Calgary
ture. 2,220 Acres Cultivated.
October 13th, 2003. and worked with Canadian Frieghtways; where he achieved
Contact Doug at 306-716-
The Town of Minnedosa will be accepting resumes for the 2671.
43 years of service and a perfect safety record after 3.5 million
casual position of Cemetery Clerk. Those we love don’t go away, miles. He was a devoted family man, an avid fisherman, great
they walk beside us everyday story teller, excellent gardener with a love for the land and espe-
The candidate must be flexible, reliable and respectful with VOLUNTEERS unseen, unheard. cially the mountains, a true perfectionist at whatever he did.
But always near, still loved, A celebration of his life will be held at the Bethel Lutheran
good customer service skills. The position is approximately
still missed and very Dear. Church in Danvers district, Erickson, Manitoba on October
7 hours per week, with the opportunity for more hours Minnedosa and Area 20th, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. It was Roy’s wishes to have his ashes
Food Bank are looking for
and a variety of office duties on an as need basis. Dearly missed and return to Manitoba where he always called home.
volunteers to assist at the forever loved
Forward resumes to the Town of Minnedosa Food Bank for various pos- by Husband Bob, Son Wayne ALLEN GARRY ROBINSON
itions. This would require one
at 103 Main Street South to two times monthly.  Orien-
and sisters Jane, Marie August 23rd, 1940 – September 8, 2018
and Joyce.
Fax 204-867-2686 or email to tation is provided. For those x Allen Garry passed away at Minnedosa Health Centre at
who might be interested,
For more details about this position, please contact Linda at 204
the age of 78 years.
In Loving Memory of Allen was born on the family farm in the Minto Munici-
please call Chris at 204-867-2727 867-2202. x ADDIE DAVIES pality to “Robert” George and Agnes Elizabeth “Annie” Robin-
DEADLINE for resumes is who passed away son (Nee Robertson). He grew up there and attended Bethany
IN MEMORIAM October 10th, 2008 School.
Friday, October 19, 2018 at 12 noon (30-2) As a young lad Allen worked as a farm helper for Sam Pol-
The Minnedosa Senior In Loving Memory of The years are quickly passing, lock and later for Manitoba Pool Elevators, Dominion Storage
Citizens Association is need- EMPLOYMENT BEATRICE BOLEEN Though still we can’t forget. in Winnipeg, MB, Minnedosa Auto Sales, Minnedosa Transfer,
ing a program/activity direc- OPPORTUNITY who passed away For in the hearts Shorrock’s Service and in 1964 started employment with the
tor starting November 1st, 50 years ago on that loved her, Manitoba Departments of Highways where he worked for 32
2018. The job will require 9 October 12th, 1968. Her memory lingers yet. yeas before retiring in 1996.
CLASS 1 After being retired for a while, Allen made a trip to Jasper,
hours per week with a wage of TRUCK DRIVER
$500.00 per month. The em- No one knows how Always remembered by AB to purchase a tour bus and started A-R Tours which he oper-
To run Canada - must
much we miss you, Delmar, Karen and family. ated for several years.
ployee must have computer have BC experience
experience, be able to work No one knows the bitter pain x Allen loved to play baseball and many summer evenings
- Paid pick, drops,
on their own and have good layovers and stat pay we have suffered. and weekends were spent at the ballparks. Hockey during sum-
people skills. Resumes must - Multi drop runs
- Cell usage
Since we last saw you, NOTICE mer and winter was a must! Travelling to Saskatoon, Red Deer,
Calgary and as far as Santa Rosa, California with the “Cardale
be received by October 19th, - Benefi t package Life has never been the same.
2018. They can be mailed - Dedicated truck In our hears your Cougars” to play in the Snoopys Senior World Hockey Tour-
- Sign on bonus Indoor storage avail- nament. Curling, hunting and fishing trips, cross country ski-
to or memory lingers,
- Quarterly and annual able at Minnedosa Ag Society ing, and camping with family were all part of Allen’s Life. Win
dropped off at the 50+ senior bonus Sweetly tender, fond and true.
barn. Campers: $400/season, or lose the socializing with teammates, family and friends for
centre. (30-2) x - Reset at home There is not a
- Weekend home time
Boats: $200/season. 1-204- game replay and laughs was a joy to behold.
day dear mother,
- Paid training 761-7096 Minnedosaagsoci- Allen married Sylvia Bramley on February 22nd, 1964 at St.
That we do not think of you.
WORK WANTED - Referral program (31-2) x Mark’s Anglican Church in Minnedosa. A son Perry and daugh-
Derek (204) 793-7465 ter Leesa were born in Minneodsa.
Always loved and
Allen was a member of the Minnedosa Elks Lodge for
& LEASING LTD. remembered by
Terry’s Home Enrich- many years until it closed. He was a volunteer Handi Van driver
Brian and Barb,
ment Maintenance. T.H.E.M. and member of the Minnedosa Legion. Early years while living
cell 204-868-8088 (them@ Now booking  snow
Linda and John
and the late YOUR in Bethany there was community projects that he always found
time to participate in and volunteered his time.
clearing for driveways and
sidewalks. Flexable arrange-
Diane Kondratiew
and families. CLIENTELE Grandchildren were an important part of Allen’s family life
making sure they arrived at games of hockey, ball, soccer and
ments to suit the need! Hourly Rugby ON TIME!
rate with running total, (if A graveside service was held on September 14th at the
regular upkeep all winter.) Minnedosa Cemetery and was officiated by Elgin Hall. A me-
October 10th, 2000
Flat rate for 1 time event such morial lunch was held at the Minnedosa Legion Clubrooms.
as storms. Also; After being Memories of Allen were shared by friends and family.
It’s been 18 years that
called to a major commitment Surviving Allen are his wife Sylvia Robinson of 54 years,
I’ve been missing you,
of time every summer now; I children Perry Robinson and Leesa Edington, Grandchildren
I’ve watched your sons grow
am  booking all painting (In- Chad (Melynne) Robinson of Penhold, AB, Logan Robinson of
up to be handsome
terior and Exterior) from fall Bottineau, ND, Ashley Robinson and friend Riely of Minnedo-
and caring men.
through to June or July.  In- sa. Carly Keating(Derek) Nelson of Langley, BC, Sarah and Wil-
They have given us
terior paint is very near odor- liam Edington of Calgary, AB, Great Grandchildren Myles and
beautiful girls,
less now so book that interior Lukas Nelson of Langley, BC, sisters Ethel Woodcock and Mary
that you always wanted.
work and fix up damages dur- (Maurice) Kingdon, and brother Jim (June) Robinson as well as
Your granddaughters.
ing the cold months. 
I love them dearly for Advertise in many special family members and good friends..
He was predeceased by his parents Robert and Annie Rob-


who they are, The Minnedosa

but also because they inson, Sisters Pearl (Clifford) Madill, Pheobe (Jimmy) Madill,
are a part of you. Since 1883
Margaret (Oliver) Price and Minnie Robinson, brother-in-law
Stanley Woodcock and a niece Norma Richardson.
Mom. 204-867-3816 A life well lived will never be forgotten.
Rest in peace Allen.
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, October 12, 2018 13



A Meat Thermometre is Worth
its Weight in Gold

On October 2nd, 2018 at

6:05 a.m. Shelley went to be with
her Saviour and Lord. bone. A stuffed turkey than the set temperature.
Shelley was born January
should be done when it Where you decide to pur-
29th, 1960 to Melvyn and Gretta
Taylor in Eckeville, Alberta. Cooking reads 180F (82C), and un-
stuffed at 170F (77C). You
chase your meat therm-
ometer is not important,
At 3 months of age, her family
immigrated to Mill Valley, should also notice that as they are available al-
California, where she complet- the legs move easily when most everywhere. What is
ed Grade Two. Her family then
moved back to Canada, settling in
CHEF DEZ twisted and the juices run
clear. There is a difference
important is that you get
one and enjoy the bene-
Minnedosa, Manitoba, where she in these two temperature fits of it for years to come.
finished Grade 12. readings because a stuffed
In 1978 she met the love of her life, Lonnie. They were mar-
ried over 39 years and were blessed with three beautiful daugh-
ters; Carolyn Anne, Jennifer Dawn and Nicole Marie (twins).
O ver the years I have
discovered many sim-
ple methods that will help
eter for probably close to
twenty years now and it is
still going strong. Not bad
turkey is denser, and the
stuffing needs to reach a
Dear Chef Dez,
I heard that it import-
When the youngest girls were in kindergarten Shelley went to easily perfect the meals for an investment of only a high enough temperature ant to let a (turkey) “rest”
to work to help with household expenses and attended night that we serve. Some are so few dollars. I now also own to kill any bacteria present. when it comes out of the
school. Eventually through a combination of CGA and RRC obvious, like a meat therm- a wireless remote therm-  This being said, I do real- oven, before carving it.
courses, she earned three Red River Certificates. ometer, it is bizarre when I ometer – it has two probes ize that people appreci- Is this true, and why?
In conjunction with her education she obtained a pos-
come across a household (one for the meat and one ate approximate cooking Brad B.
ition with the Federal Government moving from department times to effectively co-
to department as her career progressed.  In 1997 she joined the that does not have one. for the oven) and a re-
Always during the ap- mote that I can take with ordinate side dishes to the Dear Brad
facilities staff at the Canadian Science Centre for Human and
proach of traditional holi- me up to 300 feet away. main course, and it is for This is true. Actually, it is
Animal Health, eventually rising to manager of Property Servi-
days like Thanksgiving,  Be certain that you are pur- this reason only that I will true with all cuts of meat.
Growing up, the family enjoyed camping at Clear Lake and Christmas, and Easter I chasing one that is heat re- provide guidelines for you. The “resting” period gives
sharing the holiday time with the Usicks (Newdale) and Taylors seem to get bombarded sistant (oven proof ) so that Do not use these param- the meat time to adjust
(Minnedosa). with questions about how it can be left in the piece of eters as your main indica- coming from the extreme
Early in adulthood, Shelley recommitted her life to God.  long a turkey should cook. meat for the entire cooking tion of doneness, but rath- heat to room temperature.
From then on, Shelley kept her relationship to God first in her er as an additional plan to During the cooking pro-
Although I appreciate process. If an instant read
life, with Husband and Family close behind. your trusty meat therm- cess, the high heat causes
Shelley enjoyed seeing Canada; camping coast to coast in the opportunity for help- thermometer is used in-
ing people in the kitchen, stead, and the temperature ometer. For example, if you the atoms in the molecu-
summer. In February she enjoyed the Caribbean Islands, going
the answer to me always is checked at a number of cook your turkey in a 325F lar structure of the meat
to Jamaica five times.
seems so obvious that it intervals, valued juices will (160C) oven then allow for to move at a high rate of
In the summer of 2010, Shelley was diagnosed with Brain
Cancer and went on disability retirement to undertake treat- is surprising that more be lost from the meat with this approximation in time: speed. If the meat is cut
ment.  In the years following her diagnosis life continued to people don’t already have each puncture. One of the There are many fac- into soon after it has been
move on, Nicole married Luc Parent in March 2011, and Jen- the solution. Not only will most important goals in tors for example that will removed from the oven,
nifer married Russel Franklin in June 2013.    But, best of all a simple oven-proof meat cooking meat is to keep play havoc on the final grill, or pan, it will lose
Shelley and Lonnie became first time Grandparents (Baba and accuracy of the cooking a large degree of its vital
thermometer help to save it moist while still reach-
Gido) in January 2012. Madison Parent was the apple of her time: the temperature of juices that keep it moist
Baba’s eye. Three years later God blessed them again with the your turkey dinner, it will ing the desired doneness.
also be the resolution to The area of a turkey where the turkey prior to roast- and flavourful.
arrival of Emily (Madison’s little sister).  Two precious grand-
mastering the doneness of the thermometer should ing, the temperature of
a myriad of meat roasting be inserted is the thick- the stuffing (if used), or
Funeral service 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, October 17th, 2018
at Calvary Temple, 400 Hargrave Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, recipes. I have owned my est part of the inner thigh maybe your oven is run-
with visitation one-hour prior. Cremation to follow. current meat thermom- without touching the ning a bit hotter or colder
God Bless You All
3 - 3.5 lg (6.5-8lbs) 2.5 - 2.75 hours 3 – 3.25 hours
3.5 – 4.5kg (8-10 lbs) 2.75 – 3 hours 3.25 – 3.5 hours
4.5 – 5.5kg (10-12 lbs) 3 – 3.25 hours 3.5 – 3.75 hours
Bardal Funeral Home
5.5 – 7kg (12-15.5 lbs) 3.25 – 3.5 hours 3.75 – 4 hours
204-774-7474 7 – 10kg (15.5-22 lbs) 3.5 – 4 hours 4 – 4.5 hours


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Chartered Accountants Ph: 867-2083
and Advisors 5 Main St. North
Cell: 868-5741
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WAHOSKI G ORD K E L LY Lakeside St. Alphonsus
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142 4th
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Cheri McTavish – Broker ph: 867-2084 Minnedosa, 867-3831 • Dandelion Spraying -
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Mass Sunday 9:00 a.m.
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Office (204) 725-8550 Dennis: 476-2766 Commercial & Residential
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