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Volume 136 Issue 34 Friday, November 2, 2018 90 cents plus tax

this week A Strike In The Night

O n the evening of
Thursday, October
25th, Dr. Ray and Darlene
Bright were enjoying a qui-
et evening at home watch-
ing a football game when
the evening took a turn for
A Very Happy the worst.
At approximately 8:30
Halloween p.m. there was a flash

of lightening and a loud
boom of thunder that
shook many homes in
town. Immediately after
the lightening, the Bright’s
TV stopped working and
upon further investigation
outside and around their
5th Avenue S.W. property,
they came to discover a
large spruce tree on the
north side of their property
had been struck by light-
ing and had crashed down
Telehealth onto their attached garage
causing quite a bit of dam-

Growing age.
The incident made a

hole in the north wall of
the Bright’s garage, caused
a number of things to fall Photo by Karen Mitchell
off the garage wall and did
some damage to their car Dr. Ray and
which was inside the ga- Darlene Bright stand
rage at the time. by the large spruce
The tree was struck tree which fell on their
If your label reads with such force that it blew garage as a result of

pieces of the tree, includ- a lighting strike last
ing shards of wood and
Thursday evening.
It’s time to renew branches around their yard
and across the street to
your subscription! neighbouring properties. the lightning strike did not
It also wiped out all of the cause a fire or any injury to
204-867-3816 TV’s and the refrigerator Dr. and Mrs. Bright or their
in their home. Fortunately, neighbours. Photo by Darryl Holyk

from Minnedosa Fun Fest’s Annual

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RRSD to Exchange Property With Town

By KAREN MITCHELL RRSD in June 2007. The re- agreement that will result
and DARRYL HOLYK port provided  by L.M. Ar- in the acquisition of land
chitectural Group guides for a new maintenance fa-

P lans are moving for-

ward for the Rolling
River School Division’s
the Division’s planning
decisions.  “The most sig-
nificant concerns were
cility to be constructed on
the former Public Works
property on Armitage Av-
latest project to address identified in the previous enue in exchange for the
concerns of the aging Administration Office and land and maintenance
Maintenance building the Maintenance Shop,” facility on 1st Avenue
currently located behind stated Ploshynsky. S.W. “Both the Town of
Cornerstone Grill at 21- 1st The issue with the Ad- Minnedosa and RRSD see
Avenue S.W. (the old Ar- ministration office at the this cooperative agree-
moury). corner of Main Street and ment as positive planning
“In 2006, Rolling River 3rd Avenue S.E. was ad- for continued develop-
School Division initiated a dressed in the fall of 2016 ment for both the school
review of division facilities with the purchase, renova- division and the town,”
with L.M. Architectural tion and relocation to the said Ploshynsky.
Group. The review includ- former provincial govern- Photo by Karen Mitchell A special meeting of
ed Administration, Trans- ment building at 36 Armit- Town Council was held on
portation, and Mainte- age Avenue. The original Minneodsa Armoury currently houses the Rolling Tuesday, October 23rd to
nance facilities,” explained The next priority for River School Division Maintenance Department. sign the agreement with
Mary-Anne Ploshynsky, RRSD is planning for a the RRSD regarding the ex-
RRSD Superintendent. new Maintenance Shop, need to be addressed. Shop on the property lo- sions between RRSD and change of property.
Follow-up to the re- because the current build- cated between the current Minnedosa Town Council Construction of the
view included a Building ing (old Armoury) is over With the remov- RRSD administration of- have taken place. new RRSD maintenance
Assessment Feasibility 100-years-old and has nu- al of the former Town of fice and Minnedosa Col- The two parties have facility is anticipated to be-
Study Report provided to merous concerns which Minnedosa Public Works legiate, numerous discus- negotiated a land transfer gin in the fall of 2020.  

Orr Wins Chase The Ace Expressions Opens

New Season With
Former Mayor, Ray Orr, was the

The Janzen Boys

Chase The Ace winner at Minnedosa
Legion last Friday night. Ray is pictured
at right with Wayne Dillabough.
His winnings weren’t quite as big as By KAREN MITCHELL
Donna Dillabough’s earlier win of over
$12,000, but Ray still came away
with a cheque for $2,543. O n Thursday, November 8th, the Janzen Boys from
Winnipeg will perform at the Tanner’s Crossing
School Pit as the first show of the 2018-2019 Expressions
Concert Series hosted by the Minnedosa Performing Arts
Described as folk/country, the father and sons trio
Let’s go to hit the road in 2016 to take part in different festivals, and
when audience attendance and feedback were better
Casinos of Winnipeg than expected, the trio decided to book a series of shows
all over Manitoba that started in October 2018.
with Lady Luck Tours (Destinations Plus) Samples of their music can be heard at https://www.
Christmas Lights &
Celebrations Dinner Theatre
December 13th - 14th
The Strathclair Drama Club
Book & Pay Before November 12th
Is holding Auditions for
WPG Casino’s & Lights $75.00
Celebrations Theatre $149.00
• 1 night stay at Club Regent Casino and
transportation by motorcoach
• Visit both Casinos, McPhillips and Club Regent
• Optional Shopping
• Winnipeg Christmas lights Saturday, November 10th
• Celebrations Dinner Theatre - More Dirty Dancing Bend Theatre Strathclair MB
Call Wendy, Sharon or Jacki
We are looking for men, women and children
for more information of all ages for principal roles and the chorus. to all the voters who came out on
204-867-5777 or We also are looking for a well trained election day. Your support is
1-800-431-4442 small terrier type dog.
appreciated. I look forward to working
Box 1500 Minnedosa, MB For more information on roles and audition
with the elected Council and staff of
R0J 1E0 process or to sign up for the chorus please
the Town of Minnedosa
contact Beccy at 204-365-2605
Thanks for Choosing Us, Destinations Plus!!! or check out our Facebook page. ~Jim Dowsett
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, November 2, 2018 3

Women At The Helm Two Released, Two Remain

in Custody in Relation to
Officer Shooting Incident
D elaney Houle, one of the four
people involved in the incident in
which Cpl. Graeme Kingdon was shot
although he suffered a fractured skull
and had several pellets embedded into
his neck and lower part of the back of
near Onanole in late August appeared his head. While some of these pellets
in Brandon Court Monday. The others have been removed, others remain
involved, including Therae and Tommy within his body.
Beaulieu, remain in custody while the Houle is allegedly not the one who
Joyce Stevenson Beth Gordon Pat Skatch fourth suspect, Shane Beaulieu has fired the shots and during Monday’s
been released. hearing, the judge granted Houle’s re-
Minnedosa’s Mayor Minnedosa’s Mayor Minnedosa’s Mayor
During the August 29th incident, lease on a personal recognizance of
1971 to 1974 1983 to 1989 Acclamed 2018 Kingdon and another officer were re- $2,000, a cash bail of $1,000, a signed
By DARRYL HOLYK of Minnedosa Tribune It was 1936 before sponding to a report of a break and surety of $1,000 and a 24-hour, seven-
Publisher, Earle Gordon, Canada saw its first female enter when they were met with gunfire. day-a-week curfew. He is scheduled to
Kingdon was struck in the back of the appear in court again later this month.
F ollowing last week’s
Civic Election, Town
Councillor, Pat Skatch be-
won the mayor’s seat by
earning 161 votes over Mel
Taylor. Mayor Gordon was
mayor who was Barbara
Hanley of Webbwood, On-
head. Fortunately, it was not a fatal hit

came Minnedosa’s new returned by acclamation While Minnedosa

mayor. She is Minnedosa’s
40th mayor and the third
female to hold the mayor’s
during the 1986 election
and continued to serve
until 1989 when Wayne
welcomed its first female
mayor back in the 1970s,
it would be two more de-
Slight Enrollment Increase
seat in the community’s
135 year history.
Our community’s
Currah was elected as
Minnedosa’s next mayor.
Over the year’s, there
cades before the City of
Winnipeg welcomed its
first lady mayor. Susan
in Rolling River School Division
first female mayor was have been a number of Thompson became Winni- By KAREN MITCHELL students. This is a slight September 30th. 2018 at
Joyce Stevenson, wife of women to hold a seat at peg’s first female mayor in increase from September Tanner’s Crossing School
Dr. Henry Stevenson, in
1971. She had first put her
hat into the mayor’s race
the Minnedosa Council
table as Town Councillors.
Minnedosa’s first female
1992. For the City of Bran-
don, it wasn’t until 2010
with Shari Decter Hirst.
R olling River School
Division consists of
17 schools; eight Elemen-
30th, 2017 when the en-
rollment was 1,751 stu-
dents. The highest enroll-
(TCS) was 346 students
and at Minnedosa Colle-
giate (MCI) the enrollment
in 1969 but was unsuc- Town Councillor was Ha- Congratulations to tary Schools, four High ment on record in the last was 147 students. Looking
cessful. She put her name zel Vellum in 1969. Pat Skatch, wife of former Schools, five Hutterite 24 years was the 1998-1999 back 40 years to the 1978-
forward again in 1971 and It may be surprising R.M. of Minto Reeve, Brian Colony Schools, and one year with 2,383 students 79 school year, TCS had an
was victorious, defeating to some that women have Skatch, on her acclama- Adult Learning Centre. and the lowest enrollment enrollment of 587 students
incumbent mayor, Hugh been elected to the posi- tion as Minnedosa’s 40th The current student was in the 2013-2014 year while MCI had 277 stu-
Stephenson, by 41 votes. tion of mayor even before Mayor. enrollment for Rolling Riv- with 1,700 students. dents.
Joyce served one, three- they had the right to vote. er School Division is 1,766 The enrollment on
year term as mayor which Back in 1862, a woman
ended with Deputy Mayor named Nancy Smith was
Jim Burgess defeating her elected to the mayor’s The Minnedosa Performing Arts
in the mayoral race during seat in Oskaloosa, Iowa. Expressions Concert Series Presents
the 1974 election. Although elected, Smith
As the 1980s rolled
around, it was time for
declined the position. The
first lady mayor to serve The Janzen Boys
Minnedosa to have its sec- in North America was Su-
ond female mayor. Dur- sanna Modora Salter who Thursday, November 8th, 2018
ing the 1983 civic elec- became the mayor of Ar-
tion, Beth Gordon, wife gonia, Kansas in 1887. Doors Open at 6:30 p.m.
The Minnedosa Performing Arts Expressions Concert Series
Show starts at 7:30 p.m.

Quinton Blair
Minnedosa Community
Conference Centre
Friday, October 7th, 2016 at 7:30 p.m.
Frontier Trading Company Minnedosa Community Conference Centre
Tickets available at the Door.
will be switching to winter hours on Doors open at 7:00 p.m.
November 5th, 2018. We will be open Adults $20
Advance tickets available at the Library.
Monday to Friday from 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Students
Adults $20 (Students (13-18)by an adult free)

The store will be having a Grand Reopening Day on Free if accompanied by an$10adult or $10
Students (13-18)
Web site:
November 12th and from the
12th to the 16th everything in the store will be Wine and beer available
$0.25 and all furniture will be on sale for half price. for purchase
(must be 18 years or older).
Frontier will not be taking any donations for the Please drink All proceeds to go to
responsibly. Minnedosa Performing
month of November as we have reached our limit.
Arts Committee
Please keep an eye out for our new
Coffee Nook coming soon!
Tuesday, November 13th, 2018
Thank you to all of our at Minnedosa Community Conference Centre
customers for the
$17.00 per person
continued support!
Tickets available in advance at Minnedosa Legion Club
It is greatly appreciated. With much appreciation to our sponsors:
Rooms, Minnedosa Credit Union & Sims & Co. Law Office
Brought to you by The Minnedosa Legion (29-7)
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Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Around Dear Editor,

Letters to the Editor
mate control is quite vague at this point. It is very sad that

Mr. Pallister appears to take strictly political view of what

O n behalf of all Manitobans, Mr. Pallister’s Govern-

ment has set forth a plan of climate control to re-
duce carbon dioxide through the use of fossil fuels and
is a world crisis, in his attitude toward the Federal Gov-
ernment. Rather he might have stated that the Federal
plan may have some merit and would be looked at along-
greenhouse gases. The Human Rights International side his own plan to come to a mutual understanding,
By Darryl Holyk as the problem is too big and serious to be dealt with is
Panel on Climate Control, with the input of some 90 or
so researchers from 40 countries, have put forward the on a political basis. In my view, a plan adopted Federally
strongest warning to date on the imminent danger to the which would then apply to Canada as a whole would pro-
Time change this weekend… planet through a failure of climate control. They go so far duce more consistent, meaningful results than a hodge
While the days are already getting shorter, the as to say it is a “matter of life and death” to world popula- podge of Provincial plans which may very well differ from
evening darkness is about to arrive one hour earlier tion, as waters will rise more rapidly and often, fires on one another.
as we fall back to “winter” time this weekend. Day- the increase, more and more severe hurricanes and tor- Yes, Trudeau has stated that the Manitoba plan is a
light Saving Time will officially end on Sunday, No- nados will occur resulting in heavy loss of life. In fact, we good one as far as it goes but it is rather weak in content.
vember 4th. The official time change happens at 2 see these drastic results at present day. True, Manitoba hydro sources are significant benefits for
a.m. this Sunday when we turn our clocks back one The plan put forward by the Pallister Government the Province and we may not have the heavy industry
hour and enjoy that much needed extra hour of sleep! rests on four pillars: 1 – cleaner water, 2 – conservation such as Ontario, but let’s stop calling someone else’s plan
We will spring ahead to Daylight Saving Time again of natural areas, 3 – steps to address climate change, 4- a money grab instead get down to solving real differences
on March 10th, 2019. Remember, a time change is a strengthening the economy. that will bring about a true climate control plan for all of
great time to also test and check the batteries in your These steps may be commendable but they do little Canada.
carbon monoxide and smoke detectors to make sure toward climate control, rather they are the simple straight
you, your family and pets will be alerted in the event forward bread and butter issues that any Government Allan James
of a fire or carbon monoxide emergency. does for its people. And the comment on addressing cli- Minnedosa, MB

Postal picketing…
The 24-hour rotating strike at Canada Post Trudeau’s Marijuana Legalization Misses the Mark
reached Manitoba earlier this week with Winnipeg
striking Sunday night and Brandon early Monday
morning. This is not welcome news for our faithful
When it Comes to Medicinal Use
subscribers out-of-the immediate area who regu- Dear Editor, small bottle of CBD oil at this same by the Chinese for over 5000 years.
larly inform us of slow delivery of their Minnedosa outlet, i will be asked to show my Looks like the Liberals are more
Tribune even when Canada Post is up and running
at full speed. Hopefully the rotating strikes don’t
slow delivery too much. Again, I personally guaran-
T he total focus of the liberal mari-
juana legalization is all about
recreation pot smoking.
medical marijuana certificate. CBD
oil will reduce inflammation and
pain, relieve muscles spasms, has
interested in making money off the
recreation user than providing ac-
cess to those who need CBD oil as a
tee each and every one of our subscribers that your A legal age customer can walk anti seizure properties, combats anx- medicine. Leaving out the marijuana
newspaper enters the Canada Post system every Fri- into any government approved retail iety, and is a sleep aid. No amount of oils in the Liberal legalization plan is
day morning before noon. We never have and never outlet and buy all the buds he or she CBD consumption will get a person a huge mistake.
will hold your papers back here at the Tribune office. can carry out. Smoke enough joints high. So why does one need a spe-
Once we have delivered the papers to Canada Post, and you will get high as a kite. No cial certificate to purchase a product Sincerely,
the speed of delivery is sadly out of our hands and we different than consuming too much which takes the pain away from my
sympathize with your frustrations on the sometimes- alcohol. old body. Why does the government Inky Mark,
slow delivery service. Now if i wanted to purchase a want to control oil from a plant used Dauphin, MB

It’s official…
The swearing in ceremony of the new mayor and
Town Council was held last night, Thursday, Novem-
ber 1st. Watch next week’s Tribune for full coverage of
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Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, rose at the grave of Curley
Christian, the only qua-
helping to start a program
that has assisted us and
with pride that their legacy
and sacrifices will be re-
Ye O l d
s Remembrance Day druple amputee to sur- amputees across the coun- membered through gen-
approaches, I would vive the First World War. try. erations of amputees, like
like to pay tribute to the Tiffany benefits from the Though they consid- Tiffany and me, long into
amputee veterans who Child Amputee (CHAMP) ered themselves to be “or- the future.
founded The War Amps, Program, just as I did as a dinary guys,” these war
which marks its 100th an- teenager following a train amputees served their Rob Larman,
niversary this year. accident. We paid tribute country in wartime and Director, PLAYSAFE/
On returning from the to Curley both for his sacri- continued to serve when DRIVESAFE Program,
First World War, they came fices at Vimy Ridge and for they came home. I can say The War Amps
together to help each other 1888 – An ad for Johnson’s Fluid Beef states it is “a
adapt to their new reality. perfect food for children” and contains nourishment for
They then welcomed the brain, bone and muscle.
next generation of ampu- Dear Editor, our leadership. There are share of the cost of democ-
tee veterans following the many countries where racy. One way to do this is 1898 – The weather has now been fine for several weeks
Second World War, creat-
ing the Key Tag Service to
provide them with mean-
W ith the municipal
election followed
closely by Remembrance
people do not have the
right to vote and have no
say in how their country is
to VOTE.
On November 11th at
the 11th hour we observe
and threshing is being pushed vigorously. The crop dam-
age by rain is not nearly as great as was anticipated.

ingful work and a service Day we all should be re- governed. Local govern- 1 minute of silence. Think
to Canadians that contin- minded of what a cost in ment is the foundation of of the cost of human lives
1908 – Two trains of cattle went east last evening. One
of 52 cars and the other of 21.
ues today. human life it is to vote. democracy. and why we MUST vote.
Recently, I joined Many lives have been We should all work
a young child amputee lost in many wars to give with local municipal gov- Thomas Dowsett, 1918 – No deaths from Spanish Flu are reported in town
named Tiffany in laying a us the right to vote for ernments and help pay our Minnedosa, MB this week, although several died north of town.

Study Manitoba Celebrates 10 Years

1938 – The Minnedosa Pool Elevator has paid out divi-
dends of $2,000 this year.

1958 – The Minnedosa 75th museum and history com-

SUBMITTED Homestay families and perform several musi- dents in their homes and mittee has been faced with a brand-new problem. They
international students cal numbers to entertain in their hearts while they have recently received three cash donations from per-

O n Friday, October
26th, Study Manitoba
School Divisions celebrat-
was held at the Souris
and Glenwood Memorial
Complex. Rhonda Simon,
It was in 2008 that five
school divisions: Beauti-
are far away from their
own families. Without
these dedicated families,
sons asking for a permanent museum for Minnedosa.
The problem for the committee is now what to do with
the money?
ed 10 years of welcoming Director of International ful Plains, Fort la Bosse, the program cannot suc-
international students to Education, welcomed ev- Rolling River, Southwest ceed. Families who have 1968 – November 2nd marked the grand opening of
Southwestern Manitoba. eryone and introduced Horizon and Turtle Moun- hosted for five years or Minnedosa’s Thrif-T Coin Car Wash located on Highway
An appreciation event for speakers and students to tain, formed a consortium more were presented with #355 next to Agristeel. Only 25 cents for five minutes!
to create one program an appreciation certificate
to bring students from and several families re-
around the world to South- ceived recognition for five, 1978 – A development plan which provides for a 77 lot
western Manitoba. Since six, seven and nine years recreational subdivision has been approved east of Otter
then, over 600 students with the program. Door lake in the R.M. of Clanwilliam.
from 20 countries have en- prizes were drawn for as
rolled in the area. This year, well as a gift certificate 1988 – The lift at the north side of Minnedosa United
there are currently 50 stu- for Elkhorn Resort, which Church is now in operations, giving access from the street
dents studying across the was sponsored by Guard level to the sanctuary to anyone not wishing to climb the
five divisions. Me Insurance and won by stairs.
The evening was in ap- Doug and Michelle Green
preciation for the families from Douglas.
who make a place for stu-
1998 – Mayor Drebit says the Town will proceed with
caution on the issue of the Rolling River First Nation pos-
sibly building and operating a casino in Minnedosa.

2008 – Craig Cameron of the Minnedosa Minor Hockey

Association has been chosen as Hockey Manitoba’s Vol-
unteer of the Month for October 2008.

(L-R): Mary-Anne Ploshynsky, RRSD

Superintendent and Study Manitoba Board
Chair and Rhonda Simon, Study Manitoba ATTENTION
Director, cut the anniversary cake. Organizations
DOG &are CATasked
OWNERS to submit their Lions Club
funding requests and projects for the
All dogs and cats within the Town of Minnedosa
must be licensedyear by
November 30th, 2018must be
A certificate of vaccination for rabies
produced before a license is issued
Keith Wark $500
2014 Dog & Cat licenses are available at the
A copy of the Town Policy and Procedures
Office Les Cummins & Jack Douglas $300
Owners of unlicensed to Organizations
& Cats, Dogs & Cats is
BLOWN IN ATTIC INSULATION running at large, as well as nuisance and vicious
VACUUM INSULATION REMOVAL available at the Town Office or at
animals are subject to various penalties and
L. Zacharias & C. Dowd $200
For more information call:
A copy of animal control by-law 2478 is
available at the Town Office for examination by
WINNERS OF THE October 2018
204-867-7264 or 204-212-0232 any person during regular hours.
The Town of Minnedosa(33/36) LIONS 200 CLUB DRAW
Email: (4-ALT-TFN)
RF 281
The Town of Minnedosa
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Prairie Mountain Introduces More Telehealth Sites

By KAREN MITCHELL offers thirty-one sites to health-care providers to
access Telehealth, includ- ask questions and/or send

O n Monday, October
22nd and Friday, Oc-
tober 26th several sites
ing Neepawa and Erick-
son. Four options with
Telehealth are as follows;
digital images of some
non-urgent health-related
conditions to a specialist
across Prairie Mountain Telehealth Video- without the patient having
Health held an informa- conferencing - provides to travel.
tion session on the use and secure, real-time, room- Some of the specialties
availability of Telehealth based videoconferencing that offer telehealth servic-
within the region. Sessions sessions enabling partici- es are Dermatology, Oto-
consisted of a live presen- pants to communicate be- laryngology, Orthopedics,
tation, hosted by Louise tween two or more loca- Respirology, Infectious
Lusignan, Facilitator for tions. Diseases, Nephrology,
eHealth Solutions located MyMBT Video - al- Plastic Surgery, Pediatric
out of Erickson Health lows health-care providers Orthopedics and Geriat-
Centre, a Telehealth to launch this service from ric Medicine. To see if this
equipment demonstration their computer or mo- option is something that
and question and answer bile device anywhere high is available to you, speak
period. speed internet is available.  with your primary care
According to the MyMBT Video provides provider for more informa-
Manitoba Telehealth web- secure, real-time video- tion.
site, “Telehealth provides conferencing that can be
Manitobans with access used for clinical and non- Photo by Karen Mitchell
to health services through clinical telehealth events. If your
A telehealth demonstration was recently held at Erickson Health Centre.
the use of technologies, MBT Messaging - fa- label
to overcome the barriers cilitates care coordination reads

Basswood News
of distance, time, and ex- between health-care pro-
pense. MBTelehealth con- viders by offering secure 18/11/30
nects people to the infor- text messaging and image
mation and services they sharing from the user’s It’s time to
require to manage their computer or mobile de- renew your By Zelda FirBy concert in Brandon. Neil on October 18th to 20th.
health closer to home.” vice. subscription and Olives grandson Ian Reg and Melanie’s (Firby)
Currently the
Mountain Health Region
Prairie eConsult
and Forward) - enables
Call 867-3816 D eepest sympathy to
Mark Donohoe and
family, Andy and Stacie
Cox and Stan and Zelda’s
granddaughter Abi Simms
were members of the
Simms son Joey had the
lead role of Jack Kelly.
Neil and Olive Cameron’s
Cardy and family on the choir. The choir consisted grandsons Ian and Aaron
passing of wife, mother, of 52 members from vari- Cox and son in law Buzz
sister and aunt, Mary Ida ous places in the Westman Cox were also in the play
Donohoe. Sympathy is area and was a great con- and all did a great job.
also extended to Kay Her- cert. When we finally get
bert and family of Melita On Saturday, mem- some sunny and warmer
Ê on the passing of daughter bers of the LaCoste and weather, farmers in the
RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF ROSEDALE and sister, Mary Ida. Firby families and Donna area got some more com-
On October 16th, Neil Hogg took in the Mecca bining done but got halted
ELECTION RESULTS and Olive Cameron and Production of “Newsies” again on Thursday night
Zelda Firby attended the held at the Centennial due to rain.
Westman Youth Choir’s Auditorium in Brandon
Congratulations! A big welcome to our new Council;
Mayor Michael Porrok
Minnedosa Lions Club 200 Winners
Councillors: October 2017- September 2018
Ernie Schure October 2017 April 2018
#021 Joy Stacey - $500.00 #151 J. & N. Gordon - $500.00
Robert Scott #070 Joanne Howie - $300.00 #175 E. Parsons & M. Laws - $300.00
#050 Zoe Holman - $200.00 #043 Chambers & Millard - $200.00
Bruce Fleger
November 2017 May 2018
Ron Kostenchuk #174 R. Newstead & B. McNabb - $500.00 #023 Instance & Blake - $500.00
#180 R. & M. McNabb - $300.00 #135 D. & S. Alexander - $300.00
Andrew Somers #115 Carol Suski - $200.00 #132 R. Lemoing - $200.00

Earl Burton December 2017 June 2018

#042 M. & J. Davidson - $500.00 #157 Kirk Saler - $500.00
#013 W. Johnson & B. Brooking - $300.00 #036 Cameron & Garbolinsky - $300.00
#053 Linda Bertram - $200.00 #148 John Burgess - $200.00
L.U.D. of Kelwood Members:
January 2018 July 2018
Doug Wood #057 K. & S. Hyde - $500.00 #162 L. Surovy & R. Curle- $500.00
#162 L. Surovy & R. Curle - $300.00 #105 Minnagro - $300.00
Grant Levandoski #148 John Burgess - $200.00 #148 John Burgess - $200.00

David Mutch February 2018 August 2018

#193 Ron Swift - $500.00 #025 Rick Woodcock - $500.00
#070 Joanne Howie - $300.00 #074 G. & L. Boys - $300.00
#020 M. & M. Davidson - $200.00 #012 Kartanson & Ritchie - $200.00
Thank you to all of the candidates, election officials and of course, the voters!
March 2018 September 2018
We would also like to extend a special thank you to our previous Council for #086 Tara Wark - $500.00 #073 Douglas & Cummins - $500.00
#030 Esther Robertson - $300.00 #037 Pearson & Cook - $300.00
their hard work, dedication and commitment to our Municipality. It was a #106 D. McDonald - $200.00 #197 M. Kingdon - $200.00
pleasure working with all of you! The Minnedosa Lions Club would like to thank everyone for their support.
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, November 2, 2018 7

Heritage Village Approved For New Endowment Fund

By DARRYL HOLYK ferred to the Minnedosa
Heritage Village Fund

M innedosa District
Museum and Heri-
tage Village Corp. has re-
which was established in
September 2014 through
the Minnedosa and Dis-
cently been approved for trict Foundation. In 2021,
a new endowment legacy the two endowment funds
fund through the Mani- will become one.
toba Heritage Trust Pro- With the available
gram. This new investment matching funding through
fund will provide annual the Manitoba Heritage
cash flow and long-term Trust Fund, now is the
sustainable revenue for time to make a financial
the local not-for-profit her- File photo gift to the Minnedosa Dis-
itage organization. trict Museum and Heritage
The Manitoba Heri- will also increase, provid- lect Heritage Funds from select Minnedosa District be issued by The Winnipeg Village. Your gift today will
tage Trust Program was ing a guaranteed revenue the drop-down menu. You Museum and Heritage Vil- Foundation. continue to pay out toward
established earlier this stream for the museum will then be redirected to a lage Fund and submit your At the end of the three- the future survival, growth
year when the Govern- and Heritage Village. page listing all the heritage financial gift. year Manitoba Heritage and upkeep of the local
ment of Manitoba allot- This fund will assist organizations approved for Tax receipts for this Trust Fund, all monies museum organization for
ted five million dollars in the volunteer board in on- the fund. Scroll down and new endowment fund will from that fund will be trans- years to come!
stretch dollars to heritage going upkeep and main-
organizations, such as mu- tenance of the Heritage
seums and archives. The Village buildings, artifacts,
Manitoba Heritage Trust new plans and projects.
Program will be open for a Heritage organizations
three-year period starting approved for the Manitoba
April 1st, 2018 to March Heritage Trust Program,
31st, 2021. The Province such as Minnedosa Dis-
has guaranteed to invest trict Museum and Heritage
one dollar for every two Village, are encouraged to
dollars raised through the promote the fund and en-
Heritage Trust Fund, up to courage the public to do-
a maximum of $170,000. nate to their cause through
As the Minnedosa Dis- this fund to grow the fund
trict Museum and Heri- by obtaining more stretch
tage Village has opened its dollars. Remember, for ev-
trust fund with an initial ery two dollars donated to
investment of $2,500, it the fund, the province will
will receive a guaranteed donate one dollar.
$1,250 from the province To make a financial gift
in stretch dollars to bring to the Minnedosa District
the funds opening value to Museum and Heritage Vil-
$3,750. lage Manitoba Trust Fund,
Invested funds are cheques must be made
held in perpetuity with the payable to The Winnipeg
Minnedosa and District Foundation with the fund,
Foundation Inc. and will “Heritage - Minnedosa
be managed by the Winni- District Museum and
peg Foundation. Heritage Village Fund” as
Four percent of the en- a note in the memo line.
Cheques can be mailed to
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8 Friday, November 2, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Over 750 Support Haunted House Fundraiser

have worked out any bet- thrilled with the support
ter as a backdrop for this we received both from the
spooky event! volunteers and the com-
There were two differ- munity. We had lots and
ent times for children of all lots of fun both nights and
ages to come out and kick by all reports the com-
off their Halloween spir- ments we received were so
it. Non-scare times were positive and encouraging.
from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Just a great weekend all
and scare times were from around.”
7:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. The Another event for the
haunted route wrapped weekend was a pumpkin
through Dalrymples carving contest. Broken
greenhouse, coffee shop into two categories, Adults
and barn, leading children and Children, entries were
through spooky tunnels, dropped off for judging
rooms and graveyards. and for the participants
Photo by Karen Mitchell
Decked out in their own to view on their way into
costumes, children and the Haunted House. Win-
By KAREN MITCHELL parents alike could be seen ners for the adult category
jumping in freight and was; first place – Stephanie

F riday, October 26th holding on to each other to Jordan and family, second
and Saturday, Octo- get through the route. place – Aulliver Harper,
ber 27th was the perfect “We had just an awe- third place – Dorn Mail-
setting for the Minnedosa some weekend,” stated man. Winners for the chil-
Lions and the Minnedosa Minnedosa Lions club sec- dren category was; first
Beach Enhancement Club retary, Lorna Hislop. “Pre- place – Abby Wark , second Photo by Karen Mitchell
to hold their Haunted liminary numbers showed place – Easton Trotz, third
House fundraiser. Held at over 750 participants in the place – Ann Kingdon . ects. The Lions are not yearly event. “We want to lots of notice given to the
Dalrymples Greenhouse, two days and we couldn’t Proceeds from the opposed to bringing this keep things fresh and ex- public when this Spook-
the weather was misty, be more thrilled about event will go towards fund- event back in the future, citing for the community,” tacular event finds it way
grey and foggy. It couldn’t that. We were absolutely ing the clubs current proj- however it will not be a stated Hislop. There will be back to town.

All Ages Celebrate Halloween

Photo by Karen Mitchell

Fifty Grade 4 students paraded through the Minnedosa

Personal Care Home on Halloween afternoon showing off their costumes.
Lori Noonan and Erin Szymesko brought over their two classes
from Tanner’s Crossing School so the residents could see
the array of costumes worn.

Minnedosa PCH residents dressed up to celebrate Halloween.

Photo by Karen Mitchell Downtown Trick-or-Treating
(L-R):Fred Brown, Marie Fawcett, Lori Birch (Activities Supervisor)
and Grace Bullock. Y oung trick-or-treaters made their way through the Minnedosa business
district Wednesday afternoon visiting over 20 participating Chamber
of Commerce members who took part in this year’s Trick or Treat train or-
ganized once again by the Minnedosa and District Recreation Commission.
Business Cards
We print business cards
Participating locations included R.M. Minto-Odanah, Cornerstone Grill, RBC,
Inspire Studio, Rosie’s Country Cafe and Bakery, KS Hunters Barbershop,
Minnedosa Pharmacy, Town Office, Yellowhead Regional Employment Skills
in all styles and quantities. Colour Cards
and Services, Minnedosa Insurance Services, The Minnedosa Tribune, Heri-
Stop in today prices starting at
or call us
tage Co-op and Gas Bar, MNP, Minnedosa Credit Union, Minnedosa Regional
250 500 1000
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Christian Service Brigade Visits The Tribune

special front page includ- Tree Climbers, Stockade and biblical teaching, this
ed their group photo with and Battalion. program is shaping the
some Tribune history and The units meet every leaders of tomorrow.”
each club member was Monday evening at the The boys are taught
sent home with their own Covenant Church and is the value of giving back
printed colour copy as a an eight-week program to the community during
souvenir of their field trip running from beginning their eight-week course.
to the local newspaper of- of October until the end of One program in the course
fice. November. “It is a privi- is called “Shares.” The pro-
The Christian Service lege for the Minnedosa gram gives an opportunity
Brigade (CSB) is an orga- Covenant Church and the for the boys to learn about
nization for men and boys Christian Service Brigade philanthropy and thinking
that runs in the United leadership team to serve of the needs of others. To
States and Canada. Ac- the boys and young men date the boys have given
cording to Wikipedia “Bri- of our community,” ex- their quarters and loonies
gade programs put a par- plained leader Paul Lalib- to different local organiza-
ticular emphasis on the erte. “Through games and tions such as the Minnedo-
relationship between fa- hands on experience, CSB sa and Area Food Bank, Ca-
thers and sons, and equip exposes these young men nadian Foodgrains Bank,
men in the local church to to a variety of subjects in a Teen Challenge Bran-
mentor and disciple boys fun-filled, faith-based en- don, Sole Hope Uganda,
and young men through vironment. These boys are a Syrian refugee family in
an action-driven process, learning things and build- Brandon, TCS Playground
Photo by Karen Mitchell
with a spiritual application ing relationships they’ll Project and the Beach En-
By KAREN MITCHELL writer, wood and metal A group photo was associated with all activi- take with them their whole hancement Committee.
type blocks, an early com- taken in the Tribune’s back ties.” lives. Through mentorship

O n the evening of Mon-

day, October 29th,
the Minnedosa Christian
puter with floppy disks and
the first cell phone - a bag
phone. The club was also
shop in front of a collage
of front pages through-
out The Tribune’s rich his-
The units within the
Brigade are; Tadpoles
(ages 4 to 5), Tree Climb-
Service Brigade, Stock- able to look at some news- tory recording local hap- ers (ages 6 to 7), Stockade THE ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION 
ade Unit, gathered at The papers from The Tribune penings – both good and (ages 8 to 11), Battalion
Minnedosa Tribune office archives and hear stories bad. Publisher Holyk then (ages 12 to 18) and Van-  

to learn some history and of how things were in the showed the club how he guard (college age). Cur- At sundown,  
processes of the news- early days of newspaper creates a front page ready rently in Minnedosa they on November 11, 2018   
paper business. Darryl layout and printing. for print each week. This offer three units including bells will toll across Canada 
Holyk, current Tribune to commemorate the 100th  
Publisher, showed the Bri-
        anniversary of the end 
gade some artifacts used
by The Tribune since it’s
Subscribe to The Minnedosa Tribune of the First World War. 
inception 135 years ago, MAIL THIS FORM WITH PAYMENT TO BOX 930, Locally, this will be at 5:00 p.m. 
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MINNEDOSA, MB R0J 1E0 PHONE 204-867-3816
Local Trading Area: $43.11 NAME: Remembrance Day events for November 11, 2018 
(Minnedosa, Bethany, Clanwilliam,

Cadurcis Erickson, Onanole, Sandy Lake, Lake

Audy, Olha, Vista, Elphinstone,
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*Remembrance Day Service @Legion Hall ‐ 10:45 a.m. 
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Mountain Road and Neepawa)
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Other Manitoba
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Everyone Welcome! 
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W e are glad to hear

that Freda Thomp- Online subscriptions $35 at
son is home again after a POSTAL CODE:  

stay in Minnedosa Hospi-

tal. All the best Freda!
Valerie Thompson
November 17th is National Philanthropy Day

spent the weekend in Por-

tage where she viewed tal-
ent to bring to Minnedosa
in the upcoming Expres- There is no better time to donate to the
Minnedosa & District Foundation.
sions Concert Series.
Our sympathy to Mark
Donahoe of Basswood All donations are increased by 20% each from the
and family on the passing
of Mary Ida on Saturday Winnipeg Foundation and the Province of Manitoba.
morning. We will be accepting donations at the
Muriel McManus was
part of the Legion Auxil- Minnedosa Library from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
iary which was a part of or call 1-877-974-3631 to donate by credit card.
the funeral for Evelyn In-
galdson in Minnedosa on
Cheques may be dropped off to any board
member before November 17th.
November 9th
Sunday visitor with
Malcolm and Shirley Rose
was granddaughter Kiena
Rose of Brandon. 7:30 p.m.
10 Friday, November 2, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Sandy Lake News

By DIane BacheWIch and Barb Osadec who cel- folk singer and songwriter Brookman of Winnipeg fall here at his cottage. well attended on Thursday
ebrated last week when based out of Winnipeg and visited on Sunday with Ken and Darlene Por- evening. President Diane

D oug and Elizabeth

Wotton have just re-
turned home from enjoy-
they were in Calgary, AB.
Sympathy is extended to
Lawrence and Barb on the
lives here on an acreage.
Ron and Lucy Mendro
spent a week in Ottawa
mom Helen Derhak. Helen
enjoyed a luncheon and
some spa time that after-
ter have returned home
from Vancouver and Ka-
mloops, BC where they
Bachewich welcomed all
present and introduced the
eight new members and
ing a holiday in Ottawa, passing of Barb’s sister-in- and while there they at- noon at the Elkhorn Resort enjoyed visiting son Chris- our new residence owners
ON. law Joyce Harasymchuk tended the 50th wedding and Spa at Clear Lake. topher and his family and Dennis and Jan Hodgeson.
Happy 50th wedding of Winnipeg. Joyce was anniversary of Lucy’s sister Dennis and Darlene daughter Kelsey and her A minute of silence was
anniversary to Lawrence the wife of Steve Hara- and brother-in-law. Ron Derhak of Winnipeg spent family. held for the members who
symchuk. and Lucy also had Lucy’s Thursday with Helen Der- The Perogy supper are no longer with us. Ev-
A number of folks en- daughter, Kailey, of Flin hak. that was put on Saturday at eryone enjoyed the enter-
joyed the Carly Dow show Flon and son, Phil, of Bran- Robert Mandzuk has the Community Hall was a tainment provided by High
and dance held at Rack- don visiting them for a few returned back home to good success. Country from Erickson
ham Hall on Saturday, Oc- days. St. Catharines, ON after The Annual Drop-In which brought our evening
tober 20th. Carly Dow is a Ken and Angela spending the summer and Pot Luck Supper was very to a close.

Newdale News
Neighbours Indeed
Be a Neighbour...
And announce
these special events
to your community
By Raven’s Glen WI ented people and their art. ture will look like. We’re as much fall work done as We acknowledged “World
●Birth of Child Several ladies car- pleased to hear 4-H will be the weather will permit! Food Day” and each read-
●Wedding Anniversaries
25th, 40th, 50th, 60th
N ewdale Raven’s Glen
WI met October 25th
for their monthly meeting
pooled on October 29th
and toured the Evergreen
Environmental Tech-
starting up this year with
our contact again being
Cindy Dalke.
Hard to believe deer
hunting season will be
upon us and not wish-
er gave a brief overview of
areas where people find
themselves deprived of
●New home residency with six members present. nology facility between Nice to know Wil- ing those hunters any bad food. There are so many
You may qualify for a A collection for UNICEF Minnedosa and Frank- ladeane Howard has luck but every local farmer regions of this planet
personalized keepsake
gift offer compliments took place for the roll call. lin with a group from moved closer to “home” certainly hopes the snow where refugees live hand
of local business and Several items of business Minnedosa, this was very with her recent move will stay away for another to mouth with very little
professional sponsors were discussed including eye opening and interest- into Townview Manor in month! Then of course hope of change in their
the arrival of the Travelling ing. Minnedosa. Parents Fred the “time will change” on lives. Food donations were
Minnedosa Pharmacy
Glenndosa Glass 1990 Ltd. Art Show from November Discussion followed and Margaret Ann will en- November 4th, early am!! gathered for the month of
Minnedosa insurance Services 5-17th this year. The work on the plans for our 3rd an- joy having her closer for Wow, we’re not ready for October and will be deliv-
Kim’sQuality Foods groups will each serve nual Ladies’ Nite Out, date visiting. that, it’ll now be dark at ered to the Food Bank in
Integra Tire coffee and cookies at the needs to be verified yet, Many local farmers suppertime! Minnedosa this week. We
Heritage Co-op Drop-In on the two Friday but end of November is be- have been able to finally Helen Caird took the should be very thankful we
Minnedosa Tribune
Gateway Motel afternoons while the pic- ing looked at. Over lunch complete this year’s har- Sunday morning Church live in Canada!
tures are on display. This the members discussed vest and others still need- service October 28th with
Be part of your Community! is a great event to take in as the future of our Club and ing a few more nice days. reading participation from
it showcases so many tal- what our plans for that fu- Now they’ll be trying to get six congregation members.
Contact Tillie Johnson
Seniors Bowling League Bridge Club
sUBMITTeD Results
B owlers of the week of October 29th were Wray Doug-
las +105 and Debbie Tarn +67.
Other good games were Lynette Johnson 139, Ava
October 25th

1st - Norm Peterson/

Harris 118, Rosemary Hamilton 170, 170, Donna Mac- Nancy McLennan
Donald 101, Dan Motuz 239, Debbie Tarn 229, Carry 2nd - Linda Boys/
Douglas 166, Hazel Stonehouse 162, Bev Chapski 178, Linda Vint
181, Wray Douglas 233, 231, Alan Tarn 224, Vicky Bugg 3rd - Wilf Taylor/
140, Fred Stonehouse 131,158, Robert Hendry 208, Doug Mel Harvey
Pettigrew 215, Ray Criddle 197, 212 and Garry MacDow-
all 176.



When you support the businesses in your
home community, those businesses can
return the favour by providing donations
and sponsorships to events, attractions,
programs and athletics in your
community. Without your support,
those businesses cannot give
back to the things which make
a community a great place to live!
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, November 2, 2018 11


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ine, motorcycle, golf carts, of Shoal Lake. day, November 5th, 2018 at welcomes
The Minnedosa Tribune, P.O. Box 930, Congrats and best of luck the World
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Classified Display - $9.00/col. inch each insert. (Incl. logo, box & pair, trailer safeties and Au- vised Kid’s Activity Room Minnedosa Health Hip or Knee
bolding, and centering). topac Trailer Repair. Sales, while parents explore the District Auxiliary and the Replacement?
Leasing and Financing of flat- craft sale. There will be hourly Minnedosa Personal Care
Happy Snaps: (Birthday, Engagement, Wedding, Birth, & Restrictions in daily
deck, dumpbox, cargo, goose- draws for $20 in Fun Fest Dol- Home invite you to their an-
Graduation) - $16.00 for the first 20 words and the picture. activities?
neck and utility trailers and lars to be used at the market, nual November Tea on Thurs-
Obituaries: - $6.50 per col. inch. truck beds. Kaldeck Truck raffle prizes and more! Lunch day, November 15th from 2:00 $2,500
Reach the entire province (50 weekly newspapers) $189.00 and Trailer, Hwy #1 Mac- and refreshments available - 3:30 p.m. at the Care Home.  Tax Credit
Westman and Eastman: $119.00 Gregor, MB. 1-888-685-3127. from the Minnedosa Beach Bake sale & dainties provided $40,000
Enhancement Committee. by the Minnedosa Health Aux- refund cheque/
All Ads plus 5% G.S.T. (32-3) x rebates
REAL ESTATE iliary.  Rainbow auction pro-
Disability Tax
Deadlines Youth, 8-15 years, are
vided by the PCH.  Looking
forward to seeing you there! Credit.
Classified advertisements must be submitted no later 1998 Grandeur Mobile welcome to drop in to YAK (34-2) x 204-453-5372
than noon Tuesday for insertion in the following Friday’s Home for Sale.  New roof, (Youth Activity Korner) on
edition. All classified advertisements must be prepaid BEFORE New deck, New furnace, New Friday, November 9th, from Minnedosa Health Dis-
insertion. air conditioner, New floor- 7:00 – 10:00 p.m., at United trict Auxiliary Quarterly meet- WORK WANTED
ing.  Asking $102,500.00. Call Church hall. Snacks and ing at Minnedosa Hospital
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typographical errors published AFTER the first insertion, nor Monday, November 12th at Terry’s Home Enrich-
text  cell 204-868-5127. (34-2) and musical instruments. No
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To ensure your advertisement appears correctly please submit FOR RENT time. May bring item for food
bank. For info: text Stacey at Shoal Lake’s 37th Annual Now booking  snow
it in person, by fax, mail, or email. Christmas Craft Mart will take clearing for driveways and
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Two bedroom apart- place on Saturday, November sidewalks. Flexable arrange-
ment for rent. References re- Vegas Night at Bethany 17th from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 ments to suit the need! Hourly
AUCTIONS FOR SALE quired. Available November Community Centre. Saturday, p.m. at Shoal Lake Commu- rate with running total, (if
15th. Call 204-210-0081. (32- November 10th at 8:00 p.m. nity Hall. Featured will be 50 regular upkeep all winter.)
4) Tickets are $15.00 (includes exhibitors and hourly draws Flat rate for 1 time event such
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be! Manitoba PROVINCE-
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Yard * Recreation * Tools * bly. (33-3) x Church Fall Supper. Roast through to June or July. Inter-
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Wednesday, November 7th, – 6;30 p.m. $14.00 per per-
pricing visit
2018 from 2:00 – 3:30 p.m. at son, 8 years and under free.
the Legion Clubrooms. Every- Live Music with John Cullen
one Welcome. (33-2) x and Friends. Door Prizes. A
Warm Invitation! (34/36)
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In Loving Memory of
Start your career with us in our brand new state of the art shop! For Sale by Tender BRUCE WAREHAM
March 3rd, 1951 –
We have an immediate opening for a Truck and Trailer Mechanic!
110.82 Acres of Land with 70+ acres cultivated, November 4th, 2015
To work with a dedicated team of service professionals to diagnose, having frontage onto Hwy #10, some 7 miles Forever in Our Hearts
repair and carry out maintenance on heavy-duty trucks, buses and North of Brandon. Contained within a single Love Shirley,
transportation equipment. It is a great opportunity to offer
outstanding customer satisfaction while working as a valuable member of
enclosure, this site would be an ideal location to Shayne, Val, Charlee Anne,
Madi, Rhonda, Peter,
Maxim’s prospering team. create and develop your own self contained and Archer and Oliver.
REQUIREMENTS: independently designed Hobby Farm, with access x
• Red Seal Journeyman with truck transport, agriculture or heavy
duty certification or equivalent experience. off Pentland Road (mr68N). In Loving Memory of
• Navistar, Cummins, Eaton and Allison experience a definite asset our mom
Tender Forms available from Century 21 Westman LORRAINE HUTTON
• Opportunity for growth within an exciting organization
Realty, Brandon, (204) 725-0555. Closing date for November 4th, 2002 May 4th, 1925 -
• Career development training with Navistar, Cummins and Eaton Tenders is November 15th, 2018. As time goes by without you,
October 27th, 2018
systems Maurice Torr and the days turn into years. Monica Martha Gogal
• Competitive compensation packages, group benefits including They hold a million memories passed away at Fairview
health (drug card), dental & vision email: and a thousand silent tears. Home in Brandon at the age
• Company matching RRSP plan To us you were so special of 93 years.
what more is there to say,
• Relocation Assistance Reimbursement Mass of Christian Burial
Except we wish with all for Monica Gogal will be held
• A ‘Tool and Boot’ Allowance of 100% reimbursement to a our hearts that you were
maximum of $400.00 per calendar year (33-2) on Monday, November 5th,
here today. 2018 at 1:00 p.m. at Our Lady
• Modern facilities & equipment
of the Snows Catholic Church
• A great group of people to work with, and more!
IN MEMORIAM Lovingly and forever
in Snow Lake, MB with Father
Join Our Team! Paul Bringleson officiating.
Debbie and Dennis. Interment of ashes at the
Apply online at x Brookside Cemetery, Snow
Lake, MB will follow the ser-
In Loving Memory of In Loving Memory of vice. Friends and family are
our Dear sister PAUL KOROSIL invited to lunch after the in-
OLGA ZURBYK terment. Lunch will be held
who passed away on You never looked for praises, downstairs at the Snow Lake
November 3rd, 2017 You were never one to boast. Legion.
You just went on In lieu of flowers, please
Heritage Co-op is presently inviting applications for a
We thought of you with love today, quietly working, make a donation to the Alz-
FULL TIME ADMIN CLERK that is nothing new. For the ones you heimer Society of Manitoba
loved the most.
(One Year Term Position) We thought about you yesterday, or to your favourite charity.
For our Administration Office located in Minnedosa, MB and days before that too. Your dreams were “Come to me, all you
We think of you in silence, seldom spoken, who are weary and burdened,
Duties to include, but not limited to, customer service, data entry, balancing daily cash ups, We often speak your name. Your wants were very few, and I will give you rest. Take
reconciling sales reports, processing transfers and invoices, answering telephone and other
All we have are memories, and most of the time your my yoke upon you and learn
duties as assigned.
and your picture in a frame. worries, went unspoken too. from me, for I am gentle and
Qualifications: You were there a
 Excellent customer service skills Your memory is our keepsake, humble in heart, and you will
 Effective interpersonal and communication skills with which we will never part. firm foundation find rest for your souls. Mat-
 Highly efficient organizational skills
God has you in his keeping, Through all our storms of life. thew 11:28-29
 Proficiency in accounting concepts A sturdy hand to hold on to
 Sound knowledge of computers including Microsoft Office we have you in our heart. Clarke’s Funeral Home,
 Highly motivated
When times were good or bad Gladstone~MacGregor
 Post secondary Business Administration considered an asset
With all our love One of our greatest blessings, www.clarkesfuneralhome.
Leonard and Roseanne, Rudy and Judy The man we called com
We offer great advancement opportunities within our organization and the Co-
operative Retailing System, competitive compensation and benefits package, company and Larry and Shirley. Husband and Dad.
matched pension plan and a diverse and supportive working environment.

If you are interested in joining our team, please send your cover letter and resume to:
Love Your Family.
Or mail to: Box 1050, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 Attn: Annette Haywood
Process close date: Wednesday, November 14, 2018 STEEL BUILDINGS IS EXPENSIVE?
In Loving Memory of
Our Dear Sister STEEL BUILDING A simple Classified
November 3rd, 2017 ELS PRICED TO CLEAR!” ONLY $9.00
20x23 $5,974. 25x25 $6,629.
My Dearest Darling Sister 28x29 $7,775. 30x33 $9,125. TRY ONE TODAY!
How can I find the words to say 32x31 $9,680. End Wall In-
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES To tell you how I miss you cluded. Pioneer Steel 1-855- 204-867-3816
Throughout each and every day. 212-7036 www.pioneersteel.
MEDICAL TRANSCRIP- I miss our little chats. ca

CLASS 1 The way you would listen to me moan
TION! In-demand career!
TRUCK DRIVER and how you would always cheer me
Employers have work-at-
To run Canada - must
home positions available. have BC experience
up whenever you or I would phone.
Get online training you need Living life without you
- Paid pick, drops,
from an employer-trusted layovers and stat pay Is so very hard to bear. Advertising deadline is
program. Visit: CareerStep. - Multi drop runs And I would give all I have to
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Derek (204) 793-7465
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, November 2, 2018 13

Helping You Bring Dinner Being Smart on Smartphones

to the Table More Easily and Social Networks
bringing the family meal SUBMITTED Set strong and unique Set up a passcode on
passwords or passphrases your device so no one can
together and as a result
Cooking we have classified cooking
as a household chore. A
A study from Statistics
Canada revealed that
(i.e. a complete sentence
such as ILoveMyGrand-
access your device without
your permission and up-

With more accurate example of

a household chore would
seniors are the fastest grow-
ing segment of Internet
kids367*) for your accounts
and enable two-factor au-
date settings so your phone
automatically locks after a
users in Canada and that thentication (2FA) for add- period of inactivity. 
CHEF DEZ be vacuuming, not cook-
ing. How many times have
69 per cent of Canadians ed protection; with 2FA, you Most smartphones
aged 55 to 64 and 18 per need to authenticate your- have a feature allowing you
you called up a friend and cent of those 75 years and self with something in addi- to locate your phone re-
asked if they want to vac-
L et’s admit it: no matter
what time of the year it
is, we all seem to lead very
any preservatives that may
be included.
Casseroles are another
uum with you? Probably
never. Such gatherings are
older own a smartphone.
In addition to adopting
mobile technologies like
tion to your username and
password, such as a code
that is sent to your device by
motely in case you lose it, or
delete data/disable it if it is
stolen. Be sure this feature
busy lives and it becomes resolution and very popu- almost always over dinner, smartphones and tablets, text. is activated (Find my Phone
an excuse frequently to not lar with kids. Again, this lunch or coffee and a treat. seniors are also joining so- Switch your social on iOS and Find my Device
cook from scratch. Having requires some planning, Food is life in so many cial media networks to stay media profile to private in on Android).
some quick and easy meal but the most time efficient ways; nutrition, building connected.  It is now more order to hide your profile Erase all content and
ideas in our home menu method would be to pre- relationships, pleasure important than ever before information from users settings (iOS) and/or per-
from flavours, etc, and to empower seniors to stay you have not accepted as form a factory reset (An-
repertoires can make a pare two or three casser-
the first thing we need to safe in our digital world.  friends. droid) on your phone
world of difference when it oles of the same dish at
change is our vision when The Canada Safety Regularly review and before giving it away or re-
comes to the stress level of once. This would allow you
it comes to food and cook- Council has partnered with update your privacy and cycling it. This will wipe the
preparing dinner. to freeze the extra meals
ing. TELUS during National permission settings so that phone clean of all your data
Our society is bom- for an even quicker solu-
Look for the negatives Senior Safety Week, held you’re comfortable with and is more secure relative
barded with artificial solu- tion to your busiest even- from November 6th to 12th, what information you’re to manually deleting the
tions to our hectic lives, ings. Other dishes that in anything and you will
find them. Look for the to bring a heightened focus sharing and with whom.  information on your phone
such as fast food restau- could fall under this same on supporting seniors as Don’t accept friend item by item. 
rants and premade, pre- category would be meat- positives and your per-
ception will change. Yes, they develop critical think- requests from strangers or When using free Wi-Fi
packaged meals. It is a sad loaves, lasagna, shepherd’s ing and safe practices when those you don’t know. in public places, be cau-
state of reality when quick pies, cabbage rolls, etc. For my opinion is obviously
using smartphones and so- Be mindful of what tious of what information
and nutritious meals are dishes like this that are to biased, but what would
cial media. you post and share, in- you transmit over the Inter-
only an idea away. Yes, be made in abundance you rather do: have pride
cluding information you net:
some planning needs to and kept frozen, find the in making (and eating) a
Social media sharing and may be unknowingly shar- Don’t download any
be involved, but it is not day of the week that works great meal, or clean your
safety ing.  For instance, posting software updates over pub-
as challenging as one may best for you, like a Sunday carpet? There is a thin line be- photos while on vacation lic Wi-Fi. It is an easy way
first think. Furthermore, afternoon for example.             tween being connected is an indication that you’re to accidentally introduce a
the more you do it, the bet- A common practice in Dear Chef Dez: and over sharing on social not at home.  You may also virus onto your device.
ter and faster you will be- our household is to bar- I like the taste of garlic media. Here are six tips to be inadvertently sharing Avoid surfing sites that
come at it. becue up a bunch of meat in different dishes, how- help you protect your pri- the location in which the require you to login, but if
Slow cookers are the on Sunday night. This will ever when I add it to a stir- vacy and avoid over sharing photos and/or videos were you can’t avoid it make sure
most obvious answer and then be not only our Sun- fry it always adds a bitter on social media: taken.  This is done through the URL of the website starts
many recipes can be found day dinner, but also left- flavour. What am I doing Never share your pass- the process of geo-tagging, with https and not http. This
on the internet, your lo- over meat to use in differ- wrong? John D. words, banking informa- which adds geographical indicates an added layer of
cal library, or even in ent applications for the tion, social insurance num- location data to photos or data encryption.
the cookbook collection busier weekdays ahead of Dear John: ber or any other private videos.  To enhance your Refrain from doing any
you already have. I was us. We will transform these If this is the only time information online. This privacy, turn geo-tagging online shopping so as to
astounded when I first saw leftovers into stir-frys, hot you experience a bitter fla- tip may seem like common off in your phone settings protect your credit card in-
vour from the addition of sense, but there may come and wait to share vacation formation.
a commercial recently that sandwiches, hearty soups/
garlic to a recipe, I suspect a time when you need to photos until you return. When downloading
advertised a prepackaged stews, pizzas, etc. as the
that it is getting burned. share this information with apps, read the privacy and
slow-cooker meal: a fro- most time-consuming part
Garlic burns very easily, a family member. Instead Mobile device safety permission agreements.
zen one that is easily emp- (the meat) is done already.
especially if added to the of sending the information Protect your informa- These outline what infor-
tied from the bag into your Food is not only an avenue online, it is more prudent to tion on your phone (or tab- mation of yours is shared
crock pot. Yes, this is still to keep us alive, but it is an extreme temperature in
“wok cooking”. To avoid call them or, ideally, deliver let) by implementing these with the developer when
better than deep fried fast- opportunity to celebrate the information in person. steps: you agree to their terms.
food, but it is basic cooking life, nutrition, and the joys this problem in the future,
and not only is it costing of flavours. always add a different
you a fortune in compari- Unfortunately, in to- vegetable first to the hot
son to making it yourself, day’s society, many people wok to temper it a little be- PROPERTIES FOR SALE
you also have no control of don’t see the appeal in fore adding the garlic.

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- 3 bedroom, 2 bath.
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“Living in your
Proud Supporter Rick Taylor 867-7551 CONSTRUCTION

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- Lakefront lot ready • Gravel, Topsoil 0r Call: Ian
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- 50’ frontage - Corner lot in great area of
- Numerous updates and

- Plenty of room for parking
Bryon Gaiser
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17 - 6TH AVE. N.W.
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- 3 bedrooms, 3 baths - 2 bedrooms - Numerous updates ELECTRICAL EAVESTROUGH
- Close to Playground - Attached garage
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Call me today for great service at great rates!
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Fire Retardent Coating

PRAIRIE REDI-MIX Electrician 204-867-3738

Minnedosa - 867-3853
R eady Mix Conc rete 204-868-5211 Email:
Concrete forms, Rebar, Wire Mesh,
George Allard, FCGA* Weeping Tile, Concrete Sealer, Snap Ties
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Jon Kowal
Onanole, MB Open prices
8:00 - 4:00
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9-515 4th Ave.
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204-759-2680 Minnedosa
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Dauphin Office - 204 867-5550 Call today to book your
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Fax: 204-638-5817
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GRAIN 204-867-6359
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BDO Canada, LLP All Auto Body Repairs Ph: 867-3238
Candice Brown
Chartered Accountants Ph: 867-2083
and Advisors 5 Main St. North
Cell: 868-5741
Brian Horner Alayna McTavish
Farm, Business & Individual Grain & Fertilizer Kim Butler
Professional Services: Hauling 204-867-6352
~ Tax
Book this spot Book this spot Joanne Clarke
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WAHOSKI G ORD K E L LY Lakeside St. Alphonsus
Septic Service
Drivers Licenses, Autopac MECHANICAL LTD. Plumbing & Heating Catholic Church
General Insurance Gas Fitting 142
142 4th
4th St, NW.
St, NW. • Lawn Mowing & Trimming
PLUMBING Potable water Minnedosa,MB
MB 867-3831
Cheri McTavish – Broker ph: 867-2084 Minnedosa, 867-3831 • Dandelion Spraying -
867-3946 HEATING cell: 867-0346 delivery. Licensed Pesticide Applicator
Mass Sunday 9:00 a.m.
Book your portable • Fertilizer Application
GAS FITTING toilets. • Licensed Arborist Service
LEGAL AIR CONDITIONING SELF-HELP Erle Jury & Family • Hedge Trimming
• Yard Clean Up
204-867-3121 867-2416
Alexander or A.D.A.M. Cory Johnston ▪ Minnedosa
204-476-5185 Cell: 867-7558
Jackson Anxiety Disorders People Helping People (204)Ê 476-4705Ê
Law Office - Committed to Caring -
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of Manitoba RAINKE'S
RAINKIES Phone (204) 857-6100
Minnedosa, MB Support Group Sewage Service Fax (204) 857-8389 Prairie Mountain HVAC/R
867-3981 Plumbing & Heating JIM BEAUMONT
Meetings are held at Ventilation/Air quality Neepawa Library 3rd Tuesday of 476-2483
Ty Burton the month 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Owner/Operator
Air Conditioning

Burgess Law
204-868-5358 For more info call:
Debbie Fisch
Cell: 476-6591 REAL ESTATE Kitchen Equipment
Commercial Gas Fitter
Office (204) 725-8550 Dennis: 476-2766 Commercial & Residential
service specialist
51 Main Street S
867-2935 Plumbing & Heating
ANONYMOUS 1-204-867-7346
If you like to drink and can
Summit Septic • Construction •
That's your business
If you want to stop and can't ServiceS LEONA’S
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Reena’s Tips and Helpful Hints

Dear Reena, stairs which have a smooth Dear Reena, and dangerous chemical. mon solutions are: Scrub the block. Phyllis
I avoid purchasing rubber tread on the sur- Do you have any solu- Test on an inconspicuous the area with Dawn dish
fresh garlic bulbs, because face. Usually they prove to tions for removing white area first. soap and water. If the Re: Storing potatoes
I don’t like to take time to be impenetrable, except water stains on a stucco stains remain, spray the I came across a men-
remove the peel from the for scratches, but I recently house? The water drips off Hi Reena, area with WD-40, scrub tion you made in your arti-
bulbs. Do you have an idea put a rag with car wash- the roof, onto a taupe co- This fall, there’s been and wash with dish soap cle about storing potatoes.
of how to remove the peel ing solution on them and lour. Brian a bumper crop of maple and water. As a last resort, The person who wrote to
without the headache? there is now a faded area. bugs. They tend to gather wipe the area with shaving you said, she stored her
Blaine Can you suggest how I can Dear Brian, around doors in the hun- cream, rinse with water. potatoes with her onions. I
‘renew’ them? Meilin The most practical dreds waiting for a chance recently read that potatoes
Dear Blaine, solution is to use water to to get in where it’s warm… Re: Clean Windows should be stored separate
Place the garlic bulb Dear Meilin, get rid of water stains on and a lot manage to get in- I am a regular reader from onions, which I have
inside a mason jar. Secure It is difficult to say stucco. Using the gentle side. We try not to squish and enjoy your columns started doing. Your sugges-
the lid and shake as hard as without knowing the type setting of a pressure wash- them, but some inevitably very much. Recently, I pur- tion was storing potatoes
you can for 20-30 seconds. of floor textile and the con- er or spray hose, spray the get stepped on. They ex- chased cleaning vinegar in a plastic bag in the fridge
The skin will separate itself tents of the car washing entire affected area. Or for crete bright red fluid. Will on a friend’s recommen- I haven’t tried that, but I
from the bulb, and your solution. Your best bet is to a stronger solution, some the stains ever come out of dation, it is great. However, certainly do keep spuds
headache should be a dis- contact the manufacturer contributors had great re- our carpets? Heather I cannot recall you talking and onions separate; for
tant memory. of the flooring. They will sults cleaning their stucco about it. Perhaps read- what it’s worth, Valerie
be able to recommend a with one-part muriatic Dear Heather, ers would be interested
Dear Reena, product safe to use on your acid and 10 parts water. According to contribu- to know that if you use Reena Nerbas is a pop-
My friend is a big fan flooring, without damag- Use extreme caution, safe- tors who have shared your vinegar straight in a spray ular motivational presenter
of yours and she suggest- ing the warranty. ty goggles and skin protec- experience with Maple bottle, you will have the for large and small groups.
ed I contact you about my tion, as this is a powerful bugs, the two most com- “sparkliest” windows on

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Nature Valley bars asstd ..........................................................230g ............. $1.99 NN™ frozen vegetables asstd .................................................750g ............. $1.99
Oasis juice asstd ..................................... 960ml ...... $1.19 Nestle Drumstick asstd ....................... 4x135ml ...... $4.99
NN™ creme cookies ...............................................................907g ............. $3.29 MM Five Alive, Fruitopia, Lemonade, Limeade................. 295ml ............. $1.50

NN™ chocolate chip/oatmeal cookies..................................907g ............. $3.49
PC™ Tassimo Great Canadian ...............................................14ea ............. $7.99
PC™ tea asstd .................................................................... 20-36ea ............. $1.99
PC™ canned soda drinks asstd ..................................... 12x355ml ............. $3.99
PC™ cocktails asstd ................................. 1.89lt ...... $2.49
PC™ applewood bacon chips/kettle jalapeno .....................220g ............. $1.99 PC™ breaded turkey breast strip ...........................................907g ........... $11.99
PC™ decadent cookies asstd .....................270g ...... $2.79 PC™ chicken wing w sauce astd ............................................907g ........... $13.99
PC™ mincemeat .................................................................. 700ml ............. $3.99 PC™ Jalepeno cheese bites tortilla, Mozzarella cheese sticks................... $6.99
Motts Fruitsations, Applesauce asstd ................................ 6x111g ............. $1.99 PC™ meat ball swedish, sirloin beef .....................................907g ........... $11.99
Bicks pickles baby dills/yum yum/sweet mixed ...................... 1lt ............. $3.49 PC™ poutine bites, cheese custards deep fried....................320g ............. $6.99
NN™ canola oil .......................................................................... 3lt ............. $5.69 Chicken breast boneless & skinless ........................ $5.49
Carnation hot chocolate Rolo/rich ........................................450g ............. $4.99 Whole chicken .......................................................................................... $2.79/lb
Barilla spaghetti/capellini.....................454g ...... $1.49 Porkloin chops boneless centre cut ........................................................ $2.99/lb
KD cup original ..........................................................................58g ............. $1.39 Inside round beef roast ............................................................................ $4.49/lb

Ruffles, Doritos asstd....................................................... 220-255g ..........2/$6.00
PC™ bar marble/extra old cheddar.......................................400g ............. $6.29
PC™ salad dressing astd ...................................................... 475ml ............. $2.29
PC™ croutons asstd ................................................................140g ............. $1.99
PC™ seafood sauce .............................................................. 250ml ............. $1.79
PC™ Splendido olive oil virgin .................. 1lt ...... $9.49 Hothouse tomatoes .................................................................................. $1.49/lb
PC™ olives stuffed with peppers, garlic ............................. 375ml ............. $4.49 Cantaloupe ................................................................................................. $2.99ea
PC™ chocolate covered almonds, peanuts, raisins..............340g ............. $4.69 GH orange, red peppers XL ..................................................................... $2.99/lb
PC™ 100% orange juice ........................................................ 1.75lt ............. $2.99 Black, Red, Green seedless grapes .......................................................... $2.49/lb
PC™ BM celebration margarine ............................................454g ............. $1.99 Raspberries, Blueberries ............................................................................... $2.99
Minute Maid orange juice ..................................................... 1.75lt ............. $2.49 Sweet potatoes .......................................................................................... $1.49/lb
Five Alive mango, citrus .......................... 1.75lt ...... $2.49 NN™ Peanuts ..........................................................................907g ............. $4.99
Amooza Twists Mozza Mozza.................................................252g ............. $4.99 FM Russet potatoes ................................. 10lb ...... $3.99

Becel margarine tub soft .........................................................454g ............. $2.99 ALL PRICES ARE PLUS GST, PST & OTHER LEVIES WHERE APPLICABLE *WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES

D’Italiano bread asstd .......................570-675g ...... $1.99 F O O D S
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