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INSIDE Richardson Pioneer Donates $12,500


this week
to Clanwilliam Curling Club
By KAREN MITCHELL

O n Thursday, March
21st, Geoff Pater-
son, Grain Merchant at
Minnedosa’s Richardson
Pioneer, presented Liz

Boyd Grant Davies, Clanwilliam Curl-


ing Club treasurer, with a
cheque in the amount of
Releases $12,500. The funding was
approved by the Richard-
Memoir son Foundation to assist

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the group in upgrades for
the facility.
Richardson Founda-
tion explains the history
of the organization as fol-
lows; “Since 1857, James
Richardson and Sons
Limited has maintained
a strong belief in giving
back to the communi-
ties in which they serve,
and that belief continues
today. It’s a commitment
borne of respect and ap- Photo by Karen Mitchell

New Office preciation for the places


our customers and em-
Geoff Paterson, Grain Merchant at Minnedosa’s Richardson Pioneer, presents a cheque in the
amount of $12,500 to Liz Davies, Clanwilliam Curling Club treasurer.
Space on ployees call home and for
the moments that make up

Main Street life beyond the workplace. nadian charitable organi- new paint and upholstery Curling Association dur- skating rink was repaired

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In 1957, to commemorate zations in the Visual and on seating, new light- ing that year. The records and in 1953 the roof was
the 100th Anniversary of Performing Arts, Educa- ing, refurbishment of the however only date back removed to make a larger
James Richardson and tion, Youth Initiatives and boards around the ice sur- to 1941 when the earliest open-air skating rink. In
Sons, Limited, corporate Environmental Issues. In face, new hacks and rings, known board members 1967 a new waiting room
philanthropy was initiated 2018, Richardson donated a new hose for flooding the were Archie Thom, Archie for the curling rink was
through the Richardson over $2 million to 92 com- ice and a new sharpened McQuarrie, Hjalmar Hag- completed. The very first
Century Fund. In 2000, munity projects.” blade on scraper. glund, Noble Shaw, Neil Honourary Life Member-
If your label reads this entity was renamed With the generous The Clanwilliam curl- McPherson, Harry Alldritt ship was presented to Neil
19/03/31 the Richardson Founda-
tion and a new vision and
donation, upgrades to the
Clanwilliam rink included
ing rink is believed to have
been built in the years
and Philip McMillan.
Records show that in
McPherson in 1953 and the
following year, Sid Proven
It’s time to renew
mission statement was the installation of cameras leading up to 1914. A certif- 1945 the seasonal curling received the honour.
your subscription!
introduced, focused on on the far end house and icate was obtained show- fees were set at $5.00 for
204-867-3816 helping create sustainable televisions so that viewers ing that the club became men and $3.00 for wom- Continued on
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Entrepreneur Brings Office Space to Main Street


By KAREN MITCHELL a space that would work, of university, Drew saw an
so after some thought I re- opportunity and started

L ocal Entrepreneur,
Drew Cardy, is bring-
ing life to a recently vacant
alized that others might be
looking for what I searched
for as well. So, if I couldn’t
supplying farmers around
Minnedosa with Pioneer
Hi-Bred seed. “I always
Main Street location. Pre- find what I wanted, I would knew I wanted to farm or
viously known as the Fash- have to create it!” Drew’s at least be around agricul-
ion House, the building at goal is to build a space ture, so I thought this was
65 Main Street South has with comfortable offices, a great way to get closer to
been transformed into a welcoming reception area, my goal, by working close-
co-working office space for and a fully equipped board ly with and learning from
professionals to run their room, while being in a other farmers. Later that
business out of. convenient location for his fall I went back to school
Drew, owner of Cardy customers. 65 Main Street to finish my schooling, at
Crop Solutions, was look- offered what he needed the same time selling seed
ing for a space of his own with room to spare. Know- from my dorm room. It
that he could meet with ing that he would only was wasn’t easy building
customers. Previously he need a couple offices at my business from scratch,
would use other local busi- this point in time, and with no previous connec-
nesses around town for there was space to build tions. Looking at where I
meetings, but has always more, he decided he would am today and how far I’ve
wanted to be able to pro- build and rent out the oth- been able to come, it feels
vide a personalized feel to er offices to like-minded really good. It makes me Photo by Karen Mitchell
his customers that reflect- individuals. The building excited for the future.” Drew Cardy stands in front of the former Fashion House which
ed his business. “I want will consist of a total of six Cardy Crop Solutions is currently being converted into downtown office spaces.
my customers to be able offices. offers their customers
to come into a space that is Cardy is no new com- more than just seed. Farm is willing and able to work a team and hopefully avoid ing to elevate their brand.
modern and professional, er to going out of the box businesses are becoming through these challenges the problem all together. Cardy hopes to have
grab a coffee, sit and re- and accepting challenges much more complex as with producers is where Being proactive rather the new office space up
lax and be treated like the and risks. At the age of operations expand and be- Drew sees the future of his than reactive.” and running by mid to late
business people that they twenty, he was in Winni- come more reliant on tech- business heading. “Instead The renovated space April.
are,” explained Drew. peg studying for his Agri- nology. Having someone of working with a producer will offer a high-end, mod-
“I was looking around culture Diploma. Between who understands these to find a solution to a prob- ern feel that would be suit-
the area and couldn’t find his first and second year challenges first-hand, and lem, our goal is to work as able for any business look-

Town Upgrades Water Meter Readers


By KAREN MITCHELL grade, new meter reading are similar as they are both Transceiver works in con- A phone applica- every three months read-
equipment was required Nomad handheld devices, junction with the hand- tion (installed on workers ing meters within the

I n August 2018, the Town


of Minnedosa Civic Cen-
tre completed an upgrade
to be compatible with the
new system, as the older
equipment was fast be-
however the old device
was much larger as it had
the handheld device and
held device, allowing me-
ters to be read by method
of radio frequency (up to
phones) can also be used,
along with the R900 Belt
Clip to obtain data when
town of Minnedosa. If
all of the houses in town
were equipped with a ra-
to their computer informa- coming obsolete. belt clip built into one. 1,500 feet). In areas where required. The information dio frequency meter (RF),
tion system (billing infor- The old equipment The new Trimble No- meter access is an issue is not able to be uploaded the same task would take
mation). Due to this up- and the new equipment mad Handheld Data Col- (large fence, pets, etc) to the computer for billing roughly four hours to
lector can be taken sepa- workers can walk or drive purposes, however does complete the entire town.
rately to a home to collect by a house and receive assist the workers with an Currently there are ap-
data from the water me- the required data without exact up-to-date reading. proximately 180 radio fre-
ters. The data is scanned stepping foot in the yard. One instance when this quency meters installed
in and stored within the In addition, these devices is useful is when a renter out of a total of 1,100 meter
device and then once re- can also be used while per- moves out and needs a services in the town. The
turned to the office, can forming maintenance or meter reading to end a bill- process has been that over
be docked on the charg- other tasks, assisting with ing period. the last four years, when a
PUBLIC NOTICE ing cradle and information data accuracy, identifying The crew of three meter required upgrading
Regarding the 2019 Financial Plan uploaded to the system. hidden causes of loss and Utility Operators cur- or fixing then the new RF
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to The R900 Belt Clip optimizing efficiency. rently spend four days meters would be installed.
Subsection 162(2) of The Municipal Act that the The hope is to have all me-
Council of the Town of Minnedosa intends to present ters transferred over to the
its Financial Plan for the year 2019 at a public hearing new RF meters within the
to be held in the Town Council Chambers located in next four years, however
the Minnedosa Civic Centre, 103 Main Street South on This week at that will depend on larger,
more time sensitive proj-

Minnedosa Golf &


Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.
ects that require comple-
Council will hear any person who wishes to make a tion. Chris Yuen, Town

Country Club
representation, ask questions, or register an objection ACAO. explained “As time
to the Financial Plan, as provided. and budget permits, we
Copies of the Financial Plan are available for review are hoping to switch more
and may be examined by any person during regular
office hours of the Town Office located as noted above Golf & Curling Event meters to radio frequency
in the future.”
in the Minnedosa Civic Centre at 103 Main Street
South, Minnedosa. Saturday, March 30th Currently the town
owns one handheld data
collector and one R900 belt
1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Dated this 26th day of March, A.D., 2019
clip transceiver. The new
Cindy L. Marzoff
devices were purchased
Chief Administrative Officer
on an emergency basis
The Town of Minnedosa (3-2) through the 2017 budget. 
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, March 29, 2019 3

Water Park Expected at Lake This Summer


CDC Press release of everything Minnedosa this June.
has to offer while they’re Champagne said the

A hot new summer at-


traction is coming
to Minnedosa Beach this
here,” stated Parrott.
Champagne has been
working diligently to ob-
business would be open
daily during the summer,
with regular hours from
summer. Splish Splash Wa- tain approval to locate the June to Labour Day. Strict
ter Park is in the works to structure in Minnedosa safety requirements are
locate a 100-person float- Lake which includes vari- enforced, including man-
ing inflatable waterpark on ous municipal, provincial, datory life jackets and
Minnedosa Lake with an and federal agencies, in qualified lifeguards on
opening date targeted for time to have the structure duty; certified lifeguards
late June 2019. custom built by the manu- are encouraged to apply
“It’s an inflatable wa- facturer, and shipped from for this exciting summer
ter park, like a floating ob- the UK in time for summer job as soon as possible.
stacle course out on the 2019. “Splish Splash Water
water” said Gerry Cham- The Town of Minnedo- Park will bring a unique
pagne, owner of Calgary’s sa authorized access to and exciting attraction to
Splish Splash Water Park. the beach, while the fed- Minnedosa for both locals
“These parks are found eral Department of Oceans and visitors alike. We’re
in Canada and across the and Fisheries completed looking forward to working
world, but there are none an environmental assess- with the Town of Minnedo-
Photo submitted
in the prairies at this time; ment prior to authorizing sa and hoping for a fantas-
to be the first and only wa- the project. Manitoba In- tic summer at the beach,
A scene similar to this is expected to pop-up on the
ter park in the province frastructure and Trans- having fun in the sun, and
waters of Minnedosa Lake this summer.
is an incredible opportu- portation (MIT) have now making memories, that’s
nity for both Splish Splash province, where it was immensely popular and more than welcome. This granted the final approval really what we’re doing
and for the community of presented to Minnedosa’s successful at bringing in leverages the lake and re- for the business to place here.”
Minnedosa.” Economic Development tourist numbers. ally complements our ex- the structure in the water
Champagne first ap- Officer, Chantelle Par- “Tourism is very im- isting tourism offering.
proached Travel Mani- rott who jumped at the portant for our local econ- It’s a fantastic way to draw
toba for help finding suit- idea. Similar attractions omy, and the investment people to town, hopefully
able communities in the elsewhere have proven into our community is visitors will make the most

Victim Impact Statements Voiced Spring intake for Minnedosa Rec


By DARRYL HOLYK vived the attack in which to the numerous charges incident near Onanole,
Commission Sports Dinner Grant
he could have lost his life at against him, including one all from Portage la Prairie, applications is now underway until

O n Thursday, March
21st, Cpl. Graeme
Kingdon, his RCMP part-
the age of 42. While fortu-
nate to have survived, the
incident has left haunting
count of attempted mur-
der, earlier this year.
The Crown Attorney is
are facing various charges
related to break and enter,
stolen property and weap-
April 11th, 2019.
Applications can be found online at
ner, family members, life-long scars on Kingdon asking for a 20-year prison ons possession. minnedosarecreation.com or by stopping
friends and neighbours and those closest to him. sentence, less seven-and- Cpl. Graeme Kingdon by the Rec Commission Office
relived the horrendous Cpl. Kingdon was shot a-half months for time Ra- is the son of Ron and Gai-
Applications accepted by:
events of the evening of in the back of the head cette-Beaulieu has already leen Kingdon of Minnedo-
August 29th, 2018 when with a stolen shotgun, served behind bars. His sa. Married, with children, Fax | 204-867-3171
Kingdon was wounded by while he and his partner careless, cowardly actions Graeme, as well as his Email | minrec@mts.net
gunshot in a cowardly act were responding to a break on that August evening younger sister, Jill, are both Mail | Box 1259
near Onanole. and enter call in the rural and his lack of remorse RCMP officers following in Minnedosa, MB
Chilling, emotion- area near Onanole. The since, paints him as a po- the career path of their fa-
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al details of the event man who pulled the trig- tential danger to society. ther.
and how it has affected ger, 18-year-old Therae Ra- The judge is expected to In Person | 39C Main Street S, Minnedosa
Graeme, his family and cette-Beaulieu, has shown hand down Racette-Beau- (52-4)
friends were voiced during no emotion or remorse lieu’s sentence on April
Victim Impact Statements. for the incident. Racette- 23rd.
Fortunately, and miracu- Beaulieu, from Sandy Bay Three other young
lously, Cpl. Kingdon sur- First Nation, pled guilty men involved in August
SHOP LOCAL AND HELP YOUR
BUSINESSES SUPPORT
Minnedosa Golf & YOUR COMMUNITY!
Country Club When you support the businesses in your
home community, those businesses can
Annual General Meeting return the favour by providing donations
Tuesday, April 16th, 2019 and sponsorships to events, attractions,
at 7:00 p.m. programs and athletics in your
community. Without your support,
Minnedosa Golf & Curling Complex those businesses cannot give
back to the things which make
All are welcome and encouraged to attend. a community a great place to live!
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Viewpoint
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Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Around Federal Budget Not What Promised


Town...
By AAron Wudrick 2024 – still with no plan to get back to balance. That’s
canadian Taxpayers Federation five times more debt than they promised — $100 bil-
lion more.

By Darryl Holyk M ost people don’t expect their governments to


be perfect. But they do expect governments to
make some effort to honour commitments, be straight
To add insult to injury, the strong economy has
meant that tax revenues have actually been higher
than projected, meaning there was extra money pour-
with taxpayers and make the best of circumstances as ing into government coffers that the government
Premier’s Award… they come.
In the 2015 election, Prime Minister Justin
hadn’t been counting on. But rather than take this
windfall to shrink the deficit and balance the budget
The 36th annual Volunteer Awards will be present-
Trudeau promised he’d run “modest” deficits for a few — or return some of the money to struggling Canadi-
ed next month and one of this year’s 31 award recipi-
years, then balance the budget in 2019. ans in the form of tax cuts — the Trudeau government
ents is Trinity Nylen of Erickson who will be honoured
The prime minister just released the 2019 budget. did the only thing it seems to know how to do. It spent
with a 2019 Manitoba Premier’s Volunteer Service
It wasn’t what he promised. And it’s worth counting the money.
Award. Watch for a feature article on Trinity in an up-
the ways in which he misled Canadians in the process Now, with economic storm clouds gathering,
coming edition of The Tribune.
of breaking that promise. First of all, there was the jus- we’re back to the old argument — spending to boost
tification for running deficits. The economy was weak, the economy — even though the cupboard is already
Tribute to Tourism… went his argument, so we must spend to boost it.
What’s more: Nothing gives a better boost than build-
bare and debt continues to pile up on the backs of our
children and grandchildren.
Tourism Westman has opened nominations for
the 16th Annual Tribute to Tourism Award which will ing infrastructure and the deficits will pay for it! With this budget, Trudeau has cemented his leg-
be handed out in June in Brandon. Minnedosa has But then a strange thing happened. The overall acy as a fiscal failure. He betrayed his commitment to
boasted a number of award winners in the past and if economy picked up soon after the Trudeau govern- voters to take care of their hard-earned tax dollars. He
you know of someone, some place or something that ment came to office — the government gleefully took refused to make hard choices and keep a lid on out-
should be recognized with a tourism award, send in credit for the turn — and yet the deficits have contin- of-control spending. He even managed to spend the
your nominations! Award categories include Aspiring ued each year anyway. Suddenly, the old argument extra billions that he wasn’t even counting on.
Youth, Marketing Excellence, Partnership, Service Ex- was gone and a new one had appeared in its place: In October, Canadians will head to the ballot box
cellence, Volunteer of the Year, Event of the Year and Economic times are good so we can afford to run defi- to pass a verdict on the last four years. Thanks to its fis-
Indigenous Tourism. Visit tourismwestman.ca or call cits! cal track record, this government has given Canadians
1-888-303-2232 for more information. It also turns out that the majority of deficit spend- a hundred billion reasons to judge it very harshly.
ing wasn’t even used to build infrastructure. As just
one example, the government’s much-touted new in-
Royal Fair week… frastructure bank, which was billed as a way to lever- Letters to the Editor
The 112th Royal Manitoba Winter Fair kicked off age untold billions in private sector investment, has
Monday and a number of families, including students managed to arrange deals for a grand total of … one The Minnedosa Tribune welcomes Letters to the
on Spring Break, took in the many attractions of the project (public transit in Montreal that happens to in- Editor. All letters must include the writers full name,
fair. A number of locals also participated as exhibi- volve a company named SNC-Lavalin). address, and telephone number. Only the writer’s
tors or competitors. Minnedosa Credit Union was one Instead, the government has been borrowing name will be published; address and phone number
of the credit unions involved in Credit Union Family money for plain old program spending – including are required for confirmation. Anonymous letters will
Day on Wednesday and local livestock exhibitors in- everything from provincial transfers to corporate wel- not be published. Letters that are deemed libelous,
cluded Laura Horner, Shayla Woychyshyn and Rylee fare to foreign aid. So much for “investing” in growth- in bad taste, or describe an incident involving other
and Easton Paterson. boosting roads and bridges. people, will not be published.
Then there’s the matter of just how badly the The Minnedosa Tribune reserves the right to
Trudeau government has missed their own target. edit letters based on taste, legality, clarity, and
Retirement on hold... Recall that the Liberal platform promised three defi- length. Letters to the Editor can be submitted in
There has been no luck in finding someone to take cits totalling $26 billion in new debt before returning person, sent by mail to Box 930, Minnedosa, MB
on the local Emergency Measures Coordinator posi- to balance this year. Instead, the Liberals are now on R0J 1E0, by fax (204) 867-5171, or by email to
tion. Mayor Skatch informed members of Town Coun- pace to add a staggering $127 billion in new debt by editor@minnedosatribune.com
cil at Tuesday night’s Committee of the Whole meeting
that she had met with recently retired EMO Coordina-
tor, Barret Nelson and that he has agreed to stay on
with this position until May 31st.
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Time for Code of Practice for Grain Production


By CAM DAHL
President of Cereals Canada
tions. If they are not, farmers will not follow them.
The Code will be voluntary. That means that it will
not require farmers to fill out additional forms and pa-
Ye O l d
I was on a speaker’s panel a few weeks back with a farm- perwork. A voluntary Code can also serve as the foun-

Trib
er who said he never wanted to hear the word sustain- dation of something more robust, such as verified pro-
ability again. I understand the sentiment but we, as an in- duction contracts upon the mutual agreement of willing
dustry, are going to be hearing that word more and more buyers and sellers. This is a balance between customers
from customers and consumers around the world. who might be looking for stronger verification and farm-
Farmers shy away from sustainability because they ers who are concerned that we are moving beyond mar-
see people who want to shut down modern agriculture. ket demand.
They see more forms, paperwork, and bureaucracy. How will the Code be developed? Farmers must be
These are legitimate concerns. But it does not have to be directly involved in the development of the Code of Prac-
that way. tice. If the Code is going to build the trust of consumers
Canadian farmers have a good sustainability story who are interested in the question “where does my food
1889 – All places of business in Minnedosa will be
closed at 7 o’clock in the evening after the 1st of April.
to tell. I don’t know of a single producer who does not come from” farmers cannot be alone in the room when
Farmers and others having business to do should make
want to turn their land over to the next generation in bet- the Code is developed. The development of the Code
note of this.
ter shape and more productive than when they started must also include scientific expertise, non-governmental
farming. Preserving the air, land, and water for the next organizations with interest in sustainability, customers,
generation is the very definition of “sustainability.” But and processors. And the Code must be open to public re- 1899 – Mr. Richard Holmes has kindly donated a small
we currently don’t have the tools to tell our story in a co- view upon its development and publicly available when library to St. Andrews Church at Westhope.
herent way. completed.
The time has come for the grain, oilseed and special What happens if we successfully do all of this? The 1909 – The banks close at 12 o’clock on Wednesdays
crops sectors accept both the responsibility and oppor- development of a defined code of practice and assist in during the summer months, commencing with the first
tunities that come from concretely demonstrating the efforts in gaining and maintaining public trust in Cana- Wednesday in April.
sustainability of modern agriculture. In reality, the vast dian agriculture, both domestically and internationally.
majority of farmers have already adopted sustainable I believe that there are specific existing market access is-
practices. If we are not able to demonstrate this fact those sues in the grains sector that could be eased by the de- 1919 – A banquet was held last week for returned men
that want to go back to the farming practices of the 1900s velopment of a Code of Practice. This is in addition to al- and their wives. Over 180 guests were honoured.
will win the hearts and minds of consumers and the long leviating issues that will cause market access and public
run profitability and competitiveness of grain production trust concerns going forward. 1929 – The Minnedosa Cricket Club will try to revive
in Canada will be in jeopardy. Canadian farmers, exporters, and processors will interest this summer.
We do not have to re-invent the wheel to move for- have a concrete tool to demonstrate sustainability to our
ward in a proactive and concrete manner. Animal agri- customers. We will be able to show, with the backing of
culture has long been under pressure to demonstrate science, what we are already doing to preserve our land,
1939 – The government will hard-surface #10 highway
from Minnedosa to Riding Mountain National Park.
good animal welfare and sustainability practices. These air, and water. This is a tool to help increase the com-
industries have responded with the development of petitiveness of Canadian agriculture and not a threat to
Codes of Practice that help define the right (and wrong) modern farming practices. Further, the development of a 1959 – A feeling of gloom hangs over Minnedosa fol-
way to raise animals in Canada. These voluntary codes Code of Practice will be a valuable tool in communicat- lowing notification from the Barton Distillery Company
provide ranchers and farmers with the tools needed to ing beneficial management practices to farmers. of Chicago that it was shelving indefinitely, all plans to
demonstrate good practices and the ability to defend The development of a Code of Practice is going to bring a distillery to the town.
themselves with scientific backing when agricultural be a policy discussion within the industry in the coming
practices are challenged. The grain industries should fol- weeks and months. For example, the Grains Round Table, 1969 – A large crowd of 700 turned out to witness
low this lead. which includes farm groups, industry and government Minnedosa defeat Gimli 12-3 for the Bantam AB Provin-
What will a Code of Practice for grain production representatives, recently endorsed exploring the devel- cial Championship. This marks the second provincial
look like? It is critical that the Code’s recommendations opment of a Code through the Canadian Round Table for title in four years – the Midgets won in 1965. Previously,
use best available most recent scientific studies from Sustainable Crops (CRSC). The CRSC will be working to Minnedosa won the Junior B’s title in 1941 and the AB’s
accepted sources. Recommended practices should be refine the principles around which the Code will be de- in 1951.
practical, manageable and consider economic implica- veloped and form the Development Committee.
Farmers are members of producer organizations
through check-off funds. Your Commissions will have the 1979 – An A-frame cabin was moved briskly across
direct opportunity to be involved in the development of Minnedosa Lake and heavy equipment and snow clear-
the Code through participation in the CRSC and through ing machines made little impression on the solid 42
national value chain groups like Cereals Canada, the inches of ice.
Canola Council of Canada or Pulse Canada. I encourage
you to use your farm groups to follow the development 1989 – The Minnedosa Agricultural Society’s octagon
of the Code, the potential benefits to your farm and to pavilion at the fairgrounds has been designated as a Pro-
PUBLIC NOTICE be heard if you have concerns about the direction being vincial Heritage Site.
2019 CROW CONTROL taken. The work on the Code of Practice is just beginning.
Now is the time to be engaged.
PROGRAM 1999 – Last April. fire destroyed the Basswood Hall. On
April 1st, the occasion will be marked with a grand open-
The 2019 crow control program will be ing of the community’s brand new hall.
commencing shortly. Qualified volunteers
have been authorized to discharge firearms
within Town Limits during day time hours,
7 days a week.
The volunteers are authorized to discharge
STAMPS
firearms on Sundays from 1:00 p.m. to dusk.
Rubber or
The volunteers will be working throughout the
community and they will carry letters of Dr. Derek Papegnies
authorization with them. Self-inking
Please direct crow related complaints to the OPTOMETRIST
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Sandy Lake News


By Diane Bachewich sister Roseann and the rest 57, of Dauphin. tended the 60th birthday was enjoyed by all present. based diet. On their way
of the Maluk family. Katie Carroll of Ireland party for Darlene Kotch in What a great day for back they stopped at

L inda Hayhurst has re-


turned from visiting
with their son and family
Brian Shindala of
Brandon visited with mom
Irene at the Personal Care
and Matthew Morrison of
Vancouver were out for the
funeral of their grandfa-
Brandon on Saturday.
The annual St. Patrick’s
Day Whist Drive, held at
the Sandy Lake Western
Day’s Fish Derby. The big
$1,000 prize was won by
Graceland, Epcot Center
and Disney Land. Just be-
fore the cruise, Ken had
at Kelowna, BC and is now Home on her 86th birth- ther Nickolas Huculak. the Drop-In Centre, was a Tom Maluk with a number returned from escorting a
gone to visit with daughter day. Irene hosted the cof- Barry and Brenda Ogg fun filled day with a good of other prizes also award- two-week holiday to Mex-
and her family in Germany fee at the Drop-In Centre have returned home from turn out. The winners for ed. Out of all the fishermen ico.
and will be waiting the ar- and also birthday cake at their winter stay in Arizo- ladies high was Joane Bos in attendance, only three Garry Derhak of Cal-
rival of another grand- the Personal Care Home. na. and ladies low was won by fish were caught. gary, AB is out for two
child. Walter and Pat Spitula Those that went to Dorothy Johnson. Mens Ken and Darlene weeks enjoying some ice
Dennis and Dorothy have just returned from a play shuffle board in Riv- high was Frank Foord. Porter have just returned fishing and visiting with
Johnson are home from holiday to Las Vega. ers for the Seniors West- Men’s low was Linda Si- from an enjoyable Vegan Mom Helen and other
their winter stay in Van- Cliff Lungal has been man Tournament were chewski, who also won the Cruise out of Mamie, Flor- family and friends while
couver, BC. admitted to the Sandy Frances Kuzmak, Sadie 50/50. An enjoyable lunch ida which took them to Ja- his wife Doreen is on a
Birthday coffee this Lake Personal Care Home. Rystephanuk, Diane Lun- maica, Columbia, Panama, holiday to Mexico with
past week at the Drop- Hope you enjoy your stay gal, Olive Kowalchuk, Mar- Aruba and Cozumel. On their daughters; Stacy and
In Centre was for Harvey
Shindruk’s birthday.
Cliff.
A cheery hello to Rob-
garet Dmytriw, Linda Si-
chewski, Diane Bachewich
Bridge Club this cruise they learned
about a whole food plant-
Laura.

Roseann Maluk and ert Lewandoski who is in and John Damaschuk who Results
Elsie Kristalovich are both
home from their stay in
the hospital - hope for a
speedy recovery.
was our Handi-Van Driver.
All enjoyed the day and March 21st
Senior Bowling Results
hospital. Victor Kowal and the winners go on for the
The trivia night Irene Thomas visited with South/North finals at Oak 1st - Mel Harvey/ SUBMiTTeD ian Cullen 265, Dan Motuz
which was hosted by the Victor’s sister in Gimli and Lake. Wilf Taylor 209, Jim Clark 194, Debbie
Shevchenko Dance En-
semble on Saturday,
Irene’s sister in Inwood
and then spent some time
Staying with Ken and
Darlene Porter are Vicky
2nd - Boyd Grant/
Doug Thiessen B owlers of the week of
March 25th were Ray
Criddle +78 and Vivian
Tarn 182, Hazel Stone-
house 160, Bev Chapski
181, Wray Douglas 230,
March 9th was enjoyed by in Winnipeg with Irene’s from Munich, Germany 3rd - Lois Campbell/
all who attended. son. and Hannah from Darwin, Wilma Jones Cullen +80. Betty Ann Bertren 177,
Wesley Maluk has Sympathy is extended Australia. These two girls 4th (Tie) - Bob Manns/ Other good games Vicky Bugg 148, Robert
returned to his home to the Bileck family on the are on a Work Away Pro- Norm Peterson  were Ava Harris 148, Rose- Hendry 232, Ray Criddle
in South Carolina after sudden passing of their gram. and Gwen Manns/ mary Hamilton 184, Don- 216, 219, Vivian Penner
spending some time with cousin Betty Ann Hutsal, Diane Bachewich at- Linda Vint na MacDonald 105, Viv- 143, Reinhard Penner 138.

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Minor Flooding Concern Rotary Book Sale


Raises Over $5,000

Photo by Karen Mitchell

By KAREN MITCHELL road closures and evacua- Manitoba Infrastructure


tions in some areas. Water is advising the public of Photo by Karen Mitchell

A ccording to the Mani-


toba Hydrologic Fore-
cast Centre Flood Outlook
levels will be below the
flood protection levels of
community and individual
potentially hazardous
ice conditions on rivers,
lakes and drainage ditches
By KAREN MITCHELL of our wonderful supporters. Many
hours go into this project by Rotarians
Report, the risk for flood-
ing of lakes and rivers is
considered minor. The def-
dikes. However, partial clo-
sure of some community
dikes may be required to
throughout Manitoba as
the spring thaw commenc-
es. “While the ice may ap-
T he Minnedosa Rotary Club held its
annual book sale during the week
of March 11th at the 50+ Centre. The six-
and Friends of Rotary and we are all
rewarded with the people leaving with
bags and boxes of books and smiles on
inition for minor flooding maintain local access.” pear normal, it may be very day event was busy with daily shoppers their faces.”
within the report states; The Red River Flood- thin and no longer support browsing the huge selection of items. The Club has chosen to donate
minimal or no property way has been operated in people and heavy objects Peggy Mullie, club chairperson, $3,000 of the proceeds to the Minnedosa
damage is expected, but 32 of the last 50 years since such as snowmobiles and explained, “We had a very successful Child Care Co-op towards their build-
there is potential for some it has been constructed vehicles. Use of the rivers, book sale again this year with an over- ing expansion project. The remainder
public impact such as in- for the purpose of provid- lakes, floodways or drain- all profit of $5,150. Thousands of books of the proceeds will go towards other
undation of roads below ing flood protection to the age ditches for activities were donated and sold, thanks to all local projects within the community.
the flood protection level. City of Winnipeg. Due to such as skiing, sledding
“The risk of flooding the expected high flows and snowmobiling could
for Little Saskatchewan on the Red River, there is a be hazardous at this time
river is minor,” explained very high chance that the and should be avoided.
Habtamu Tolossa, Se- Floodway will be operated People living near water-
nior Hydrologic Engineer. during the 2019 spring ways should be especially Bethany Community Centre
“The soil moisture analy-
sis based on summer and
melt.
In the latest, March
careful to prevent children
and pets from wandering 200 CluB Winners 2018-2019
fall precipitation indicates 21st report, The Hydro- onto the ice.”
normal (85 to 115 mm) logic Forecast Centre of Draw # $50.00 $35.00 $25.00
to below normal (50 to 85 Jim Clark Dunc & Brenda Shorrock James Anderson
mm) soil moisture for the 1 Minnedosa Minnedosa Minnedosa
Little Saskatchewan River Darwin McTavish Eric Neufeld Marie Pugh
basin. The winter (Novem- 2 Minnedosa Minnedosa Minnedosa
ber to February) precipita- Yvonne Scott Donna Ireland Marilyn Attwood
tion has been near normal 3 Minnedosa Winnipeg Minnedosa
for the basin. The current Richard Boyd Ken LaBelle Mitch Burgess
flow is 16 cubic feet per 4 Clanwilliam Minnedosa Minnedosa
second, which is near nor-
Bob Graham Craig & Colleen Cameron Stewart Boyd
mal. The normal (median) 5 Minnedosa Minnedosa Bethany
peak flow during spring
runoff for Little Saskatch- Tammy Gowler Kelvin Tiller Doug Guy
6 Minnedosa Hamiota Neepawa
ewan River near Minnedo-
sa is 12.9 cubic metres per 7 Sean & Jodi Madill Joyce Robinson Barry Brooking
second (455.6 cubic feet Brandon Erickson Minnedosa
per second), and the nor-
8 Doug & Carolyn Crawley Tom Delgaty Dunc & Brenda Shorrock
mal spring flood level is 19035BB1 Minnedosa Minnedosa Minnedosa
523.24 metres (1716.68 ft).” 19035BB2
Not all areas however James Woloshen Marie Smith Dewi & Liz Davies
9 Minnedosa Clanwilliam Bethany
are seeing as favourable of
a forecast. Early forecast- Allan & Gladys Broome Marie Delgaty Jim Clark
10 Minnedosa Minnedosa Minnedosa
ing data is expecting to see
major flooding along the Jessica Brady Richard Betteridge Kane & Darcy Dowsett
Red River. “With normal 11 Bethany Minnedosa Bethany
weather conditions, levels
on the Red River south of Final $200.00 Winner: ethel WoodCoCk, Bethany
the floodway are expected
to be near 2011 levels. Un- Name_______________________________ Telephone____________
favourable weather condi-
tions, including late sea- Address
son now, spring rains and
a more rapid snowmelt,
would bring Red River lev- Tickets for 2019/2020 are now available for $25.00. If interested in purchasing a ticket, please
els comparable to the 2009 clip and send your particulars to Bethany Community Centre at Box 15, Bethany MB R0J 0E0
levels, which saw extended before April 15, 2019.
8 Friday, March 29, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Boyd Grant Pens Memoir, “Stories From My Life”


By KAREN MITCHELL his time in the military, embarked on what would said “here you go!” think-
starting out on the farm, be quite a journey. Boyd ing that was that.” Boyd’s
“Stories From My Life” employment with differ- would meet and marry family however, had differ-
written by Boyd Grant, ent businesses, his moves Amy on October 1st, 1949 ent plans and after typing
Minnedosa native, is a col- around Manitoba, com- and go on to have four his story out and having
lection of memories and ing back to the farm and children: Barb, Linda, Greg Leech Printing in Brandon
stories wrapped up in one finally retirement, anyone and Debra. bind it, Boyd received it as
nicely bound package. who reads these detailed Boyd and Amy en- a Christmas present that
Opening with a hand- accounts will feel like they joyed years of travelling year. “It was a great gift for
written letter, Boyd out- intimately know Boyd. together, raising a fam- sure,” expressed Boyd.
lines how he was encour- Boyd joined the army ily and creating wonderful “I’m really glad I wrote
aged to write down his at the age of 19 with a sal- and lasting friendships. everything down and got
memories by his daughter- ary of $1.30 per day. He re- Retiring at the age of sev- through it, it is nice to know
in-law, Cindy, one evening ceived his basic training in enty, Boyd’s only son Greg that my family will have
after supper. Fort Garry in infantry and took over and continues my memories and stories
Boyd writes, “This is then transferred after two to own and operate the forever, although I had
the summer of 2017 and months to Camp Shilo for family farm. From 1996 to no idea it would ever go
I am 92-years-old. I have advanced training. “The 2014 the couple spent five public,” said Grant. Talk-
seldom kept a diary and meals and accommoda- months of the year down ing with Grant it is clear to
now I dearly wish that I tion were bloody awful. in Florida and the rest of see that he is proud of his
had. This biography will When we went for break- the time in Minnedosa. life and all he experienced,
be from my thoughts that fast, they had huge pots of Since losing Amy in and not to mention his
come to mind. I want it to oatmeal porridge which Photo by Karen Mitchell 2016, Boyd has had amaz- family and friends. “Yes,
be of interest to my family was mostly lumps and Boyd Grant reads from his memoir, ing support from fam- I’m a lucky man for sure, I
and friends, most especial- skin. The toast pile was which he originally wrote to record his ily and friends to keep have a lot of great memo-
ly to my children, grand- made hours before and memories for family members. him going. “Since Amy ries of great times in my life
children and great grand- was soaking wet,” remem- passed away my whole and my family is a constant
children. I want them to bers Boyd. learn typing and mostly to served his duty and receiv- life has changed abruptly. support,” explained Grant.
smile and share the things In June of 1944, Boyd learn Japanese code. Boyd ing full discharge. “When We had the good fortune For anyone interested
that meant something to was one of three hundred spent every day in school my mother and I finally ar- to be married for nearly in reading Boyd Grant’s
me during my lifetime. I who were selected for a learning for months before rived at the farm near the 67 years. I couldn’t have “Stories From My Life”, a
am a lucky man. I feel truly new unit, the Canadian heading to Australia, Feb- end of March, I remember picked a better life partner. copy is available for loan
blessed in many ways.” Special Wireless Group, ruary 1945. unpacking my kit bag. I I have always appreciated from the Minnedosa Re-
With 34 chapters out- and headed to Sydney for One year later, he had been living out of it for my family and now I don’t gional Library or they can
lining early memories, training. The job was to headed for home, having five months and I declared know what I would do talk directly to the man
that I was never leaving without them. They have himself who is always ea-
home again!” been a constant source of ger to share his stories.
Once home and set- support, pride and nour-
tled, Boyd decided he ishment of many kinds.”
Boyd concluded his If your label reads
would start farming the
family farm at the age of thoughts on August 10th, 19/03/31
twenty. Being able to bor- 2018, one year after put- It’s time to renew
ting pen to paper. “I fin- your subscription!
row some and purchase
some equipment, Boyd ished and handed my writ- 204-867-3816
started on his own and ten copy to my kids and

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The Little Curling Rink That Could


in Clanwilliam and it’s a come from surrounding We hope to continue on for
regular meeting place for communities to curl with as long as possible and do-
many,” said Jim Richards, us and we appreciate their nations like the one from
longstanding club presi- support along with our lo- Richardson Pioneer help
dent. “We have people cal long running members. see that goal a reality.”

OFFERED TO
THE PUBLIC IN
THREE LOCATIONS
Photo by Karen Mitchell
STARTING
Continued from Page 1 donations of $4,984. The ing Club opened up their
APRIL 22ND
grand opening bonspiel rink to the club to allow
In 1972 it was passed was held on December those Sunday draws to be
at the annual meeting that 27th, 1973. made up. Each year, the
a new rink, a 150 foot by 40 Since 1972 there have club hosts three bonspiels;
foot steel structure, would been several projects to mixed, men’s and youth.
be built the following year. update and upgrade the Current board members
In July 1973 cement was rink, keeping the facility are; Jim Richards, Liz Da-
poured for the new rink. and equipment as current vies, Colleen Synchyshyn,
The total estimated cost for as possible. Carla Hopkins, Charlotte
the project was $16,437.50 In 2014, the Clanwil- Crawley, Rhonda Curle,
(including an allowance liam Curling Club cel- Jeff Dagg, Kevin Boyd and
for volunteer labor), how- ebrated it’s 100th anniver- Andrew Richards.
ever came in under esti- sary. To celebrate, the rink The board has always
mate at just $250 for the held a Centennial Bonspiel viewed community as a
property and $12,020 for with 40 rinks entered. An priority and worked very
the building. Total fund- unforeseen snow storm hard at keeping the rink
ing includes a government hit and the first four draws be the heart of Clanwil-
grant of $4,109, a bank loan unfortunately had to be liam. “The rink is one of
of $2,000 and community cancelled. Erickson Curl- the last original facilities

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on April 10th, 2019 at 7:00 children's needs and interests
p.m. in the board room of the • Communicate effectively with children, parents, and coworkers
Minnedosa United Church. If LOANS • Participate in active and quiet activities daily, as well as indoor and
you would like more informa- outdoor activities
tion please contact Linda at • Ensure proper use and maintenance of equipment
867-2202 or Carol at 210-0209. Town of Minnedosa • Participate in daily routines (diapering, toileting, preparing snacks,
(3-2) x laundry, dishes, vacuuming, mopping, toy cleaning, etc)
The Town of Minnedosa is accepting tenders for:
The senior water colour Need RFQ 2019-02
Minnedosa Community Child Care offers the following benefits:
painters will have their spring • Paid sick time
show on April 6th from 2:00 Cash? Campground Washroom • 2 paid mental health days/year (after successful completion of
– 4:00 p.m. at the 50+ Centre. • We Loan
probation)
Everyone Welcome. x • Easy application General information:
• Approval with • Pension Plan
ANTIQUE AND COLLECT- collateral Works to include: • Group Insurance Plan with Dental and Eye Care
IBLE SALE! Huge spring • Title Loans • Excavation and required fill for foundation • Paid Programming (2 hours/week)
• No Credit Check
event! Largest of the season.
• We service ALL of • Supply and install a 14ft 11 in. x 14ft 9 in. thickened edge Minnedosa Community Child Care has an Infant and Preschool program,
Over 220 tables! Friday, April
Manitoba slab foundation as well as a Before and After School Age Program and Nursery School
5th, 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. and Satur-
Call Dan Devloo • Supply materials and construct a 14 ft 11 in. x 8ft 9 in. located in the Elementary School. We are currently looking for an ECE II
day, April 6th, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.,
$7 per person. Assiniboia (204) 526-7093 double unisex washroom building or CCA to work within the infant and preschool program. Substitutes will
Downs, 3975 Portage Ave., work where needed.
CAI Financial
Unit K - 2151 Portage Ave.
• Supply and install required plumbing with water and
Winnipeg. Great selection, Accepting resumes until position is filled.
door prizes and FREE PARK-
Winnipeg MB sewer tie ins extending 6 ft beyond the foundation.
www.caifinancial.ca Please send resume and cover letter to:
ING. Ph: 204-478-1057. • Supply and install required electrical equipment.
Box 1108
Have an upcoming event? All measurements are approximate to be verified by the Minnedosa MB R0J 1E0
Wanting good attendance? NOTICES contractor or
Remember, there are still Copy of the washroom outline and tender packages avail- Drop off to 49-2nd Ave NW Minnedosa MB.
many people who do not have
Advertisements and able for pick up at the Town Office or by emailing kmoyer@ **Only those selected for an interview will be contacted**
(2-2)
access to online advertising
statements contained herein minnedosa.com. Any enquiry concerning the content of this
or social media and rely on
are the sole responsibility of
the local newspaper to find
the persons or entities that Request for Quotation should be directed to Kevin Marcino at
out what’s happening in their 204-867-0037.
post the advertisement, and
community. Let our read-
the Manitoba Community
ers know by placing a simple
Newspaper Association and Sealed Tenders marked “CAMPGROUND WASHROOM” will be
Coming Event ad in The Tri- accepted at the Town of Minnedosa’s Civic Centre, 103 Main
membership do not make
bune. Word ads starting at
any warranty as to the ac- Street South, Box 426 Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 until 4:30 p.m.
$9.00 plus tax for the first 40
curacy, completeness, truth-
on Friday, April 12, 2019.
Looking for
OWNER OPERATORS
words. Call 204-867-3816
fulness or reliability of such
or email your ad to class@
advertisements. For greater Fax: (204) 867-2686 Email: kmoyer@minnnedosa.com
minnedosatribune.com
information on advertising
Any or all of the quotations may not be necessarily accepted. to join busy grain and fertilizer
MISCELLANEOUS conditions, please consult the
Association’s Blanket Adver-
(2-2) Trucking Company
SERVICES tising Conditions on our web- TENDER: FOR CASH RENT, NE ½ 20-16-17W, R.M. of
Qualifications:
Terry’s Home Enrich- site at www.mcna.com. Minto – Odanah. 300 broke acres. ½ rent due May 15th, 2019,
Balance due October 1st, 2019. Land will be sold by tender on
• Applicant must have a Class 1S license.
ment Maintenance. T.H.E.M.
Do you have a PRESS November 1st, 2019 pending completion of legal subdivision. • Driver must be a healthy and energetic person with a
cell 868 8088 (them@live.ca)
MINOR REPAIRS and  MAIN- RELEASE / MEDIA ADVISO- Renter will be given opportunity to match the accepted sale strong work ethic who is prepared and committed to
TENANCE in your home! RY that needs to go out? Let price. Send written tender to Ken Cook, Box 1718, Minnedosa, “on time” delivery and customer satisfaction.
Fix-it jobs. Snow clearing for us help you with that! Though MB R0J 1E0. Tender must clearly state cash price per broke acre. • Must have minimum of 2 years driving experience.
driveways and sidewalks. we cannot guarantee publica- GST will be charged on tendered amount. Tender closes April • Good people skills.
High quality  painting  (Inter- tion, MCNA will get the infor- 5th, 2019. Highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. (2-2)
ior and Exterior)  mation into the right hands x
Only selected applicants will be contacted.
for ONLY $35.00 + GST/HST.
EMPLOYMENT We also do Media Monitor- Written tenders for mowing and trimming the Fairmount Please send resume to:
OPPORTUNITY ing, if you would like to follow Cemetery and School Cairn for the 2019 season will be accept- RTM Transport Ltd.
up and see who picked up the ed by Bob Currah, Box 1354, Minnedosa MB R0J 1E0. Applicant Box 245 Strathclair, MB R0J 2C0
material. Call MCNA (204)
Dream Job! Live in care- to supply all equipment and fuel. Lowest or any tender not nec- Fax: 204-365-4753
giver/housekeeper. Summers 947-1691 for more informa- essarily accepted. Tender closes at noon on April 1st, 2019. Any
tion, or email classified@ Email: rtmkenwozney86@gmail.com
in Winnipeg and winters in questions call 204-874-2287. (2-2) x
the tropics. Call 204-997-4629 mcna.com for details. www. Attn: Ken Wozney
mcna.com
Seasonal work in
HELP WANTED (3-2)

Churchill, MB. Mechanic Minnedosa and Area Food Bank Inc is looking for 2-4 volun-
needed to work on buses and The Minnedosa Regional Library is accepting applications teers to act on the board of directors.  Terms are for 2 years.  Meet-
passenger vehicles. Weld- for a summer student. Student must be returning to school in ings take place approx 4 times per year. We are also looking for
ing experience an asset. the fall. Please send resumes to Minneodsa Regional Library, volunteers to staff the food bank on Tuesday and Thursday mor-
Transportation to Churchill Box 1226, Minnedosa MB or email to mmr@mts.net or drop off nings from 10-noon.  Volunteers can work as few or as many
supplied. Contact Paul at yy- in person. (2-2) x shifts as fits their schedules. For more information or to volun-
qpounder@outlook.com or teer, please contact Carol Brown 210-0209 or Linda Bertram 867-
phone (204) 348 - 7444. 2202. (2-2)
12 Friday, March 29, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

HELP WANTED

SUMMER STUDENT Heritage Co-op is presently inviting applications for a


MINNEDOSA CREDIT UNION
PAYROLL AND BENEFITS ADMINISTRATOR
The Position: RT’s Heavy Truck & Trailer (16 month term position)

The Minnedosa Credit Union Summer Student program is a great opportunity is currently seeking For our Administration Department located in Minnedosa, MB

CERTIFIED JOURNEYMAN
Reporting to the Human Resources Manager, the Payroll and Benefits Administrator will be
for a post-secondary or high school student who is interested in working in a responsible for the overall management of the payroll and benefits program at Heritage Co-op. Duties
to include, but not limited to; auditing timecards and assisting the management team with adjustments
credit union environment. to ensure accuracy, balancing payroll and reconciling accounts, processing all hiring and termination

OR RED SEAL MECHANIC


related documentation, providing high end customer service to employees regarding their pay and
Under the broad direction of our Manager Member Services, this individual benefit inquiries, participate in other activities and projects as required.
will train with and work along side member service employees. The selected Qualifications:
applicant will learn how to process a variety of cash and non-cash member  Excellent interpersonal skills

transactions, promote and cross-sell credit union services and make Jobs Duties/Qualification include:  Excellent customer service and organizational abilities

appropriate referrals with courtesy and accuracy. Other duties outside the • Skills & training necessary to perform repairs and  Advanced computer skills with a knowledge of Miscrosoft Excel
 Ability to prioritize multiple tasks in a fast paced environment
member service area may be assigned as required. The opportunity for job maintenance procedures on most types of vehicles  Strong communication skills including written, oral and listening

shadowing in other credit union departments may be available. specializing in heavy trucks and trailers.  Ability to meet strict deadlines
 Able to handle challenging situatons in a confidential and timely manner

The position will be full time for the summer months with casual hours • Maintenance and repairs may include: engine,  Must be bondable

available after August. Minnedosa Credit Union is open Monday through transmissions, cooling systems, air systems, fuel and We offer great advancement opportunities within our organization and the Co-operative
Saturday’s and thus some weekend hours will apply. exhaust systems, brakes and tires, hydraulic and Retailing System, competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefits package, a
company matched pension plan and excellent training opportunities

The Person: electrical systems and lubricating systems


The successful candidate(s) qualifications should include having strong • Understand and adhere to company policies, Our core values are Integrity, Excellence and Responsibility

people and communication skills, the self confidence and motivation to work environmental and legal guidelines for work place safety, If you are interested in joining our team, please send your cover letter and resume to:

with a minimal amount of supervision. You will have a proven commitment hazardous waste disposal and other regulatory issues. hradmin@heritagecoop.ca

to education and self-development. • Perform welding operations on equipment Or mail to: Box 1050, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
Attn: Jordan Jacobsen, Human Resources Advisor
The Salary: • Conduct MPI safety checks on vehicles and equipment Phone: (204) 867-2295

Minnedosa Credit Union offers an attractive salary and excellent career • Supervision of Apprentice position Process Close Date: April 10th, 2019
experience and potential. • MUST provide own tools www.heritagecoop.ca
• Valid Class 5 driver license WE THANK ALL CANDIDATES FOR THEIR INTEREST, HOWEVER,
ONLY THOSE SELECTED TO CONTINUE IN THE SELECTION PROCESS WILL BE CONTACTED.
Please submit your resume, in confidence, by April 5, 2019 to:
This position is available at RT’S Heavy Truck & Trailer located (3-2)
Gaylene Johnson, Member Service Manager in Newdale, MB. Applicant must have own tools and be
Minnedosa Credit Union Limited
prepared to work some Saturdays. CARD OF THANKS
Box 459 Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
E-mail: gjohnson@minnedosacu.mb.ca We offer competitive wages, benefits package
We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for and RRSP/DPSP retirement plan. Thank you to all the people who visited me during my stay
an interview will be contacted.
(2-2) Please send resume to: in hospital. A special thank you to my neighbours, Ed and Syl-
RTM Transport Ltd. via Harrison for all their help and kindness. Also, to the staff at
Minnedosa Hospital and the Minnedosa Legion. I feel fortunate
Box 245 Strathclair, MB R0J 2C0
to live in such a caring community. Boyd Grant
Fax: 204-365-4753
Email: rtmkenwozney86@gmail.com
The family of Florence Swiscoski would like to express our
Wealth Management Specialist Attn: Ken Wozney deepest appreciation for all your many expressions of sympathy
Minnedosa Credit Union and Beautiful Plains Credit Union are looking for (3-2) following the loss of our dear wife, mother, grandmother and
an energetic professional for the permanent full-time position of Wealth
Management Specialist ValleyView Ag is seeking equipment operators and truck great grandmother on December 31, 2018. The phone calls, vis-
drivers for this upcoming spring.  Requirements - previous its, food, floral donations, memorial donations and cards were
Work Location: Work location is divided between Minnedosa and Neepawa. floater experience. Class 1 license, able to work long hours and of great comfort to our family. Thank you to all who attended
Responsibilities weekends, have strong customer relation skills, leadership and the funeral, especially to those who came from a distance to do
time management skills, able to work unsupervised. This pos- so. Our gratitude to Pastor Josh Scorgie for the comforting ser-
Reporting to the Manager of Lending & Wealth Management, the Wealth
ition will start early April and could be full time for the right vice, to Viola Burkett for the beautiful music, to Mom’s nieces
Management Specialist position is responsible for delivering a wide array of
applicant. We offer competitive wages. 204-867-7113. (52-4) x      Val Soltys for the heartwarming eulogy and Carol Stephan for
investment options to new and existing Credit Union members. This position the prayer reading and nurse’s poem, granddaughter Teighan
entails assessing member needs, determining the appropriate type of Fleming for the touching video presentation, and Brad Flem-
investments and delivering these services. The candidate will be assigned an Boyd Farms requires labourer/equipment operator for ing for sharing his personal tribute to his grandmother. A spe-
established mutual fund portfolio. The successful candidate will demonstrate the upcoming season. This position can be part time or fulltime cial appreciation to Mom’s grandchildren Brad, Dani, Teighan,
a passion for business development and will actively communicate with Credit year-round work. Applicant must have previous experience op- Mack, Cade and Holden who acted as her pallbearers. Thank
Union members to provide expert advice and quality service. erating farm equipment, possess a class 1 license or be willing you from the family as well to the Erickson Legion Ladies for
to obtain one. Duties will include but not limited to – spraying, providing the lovely lunch and Rae’s Funeral Service for all the
Requirements
picking stones, harrow/tractor operator, hauling grain/fertiliz- care and attention. A deep appreciation goes out to Dr. Khan-
• The successful candidate should have two years post-secondary education
er, equipment maintenance, hauling water. We offer competi- delwal and the Staff at the Minnedosa Health Centre for the lov-
plus one to three years job related experience or an equivalent combination
tive wages and benefits. 204-867-7113. (52-4) x ing care and comfort they provided to our “gracious Florence”
or education and experience.
• Candidate will require a current mutual funds certification in good during the past few years and to Lynn Dimmery for continuing
standing; VOLUNTEERS ANNOUNCEMENT to be such as wonderful neighbour and friend. I am standing
• Certified Financial Planner (CFP) or Personal Financial Planner (PFP) on the sea shore. A ship spreads her white sales to the morning
designation (completed or in the process of completing) is a definite asset; breeze and starts for the ocean. She is an object of beauty and
• Demonstrated ability in analyzing an investor’s needs and effectively I stand watching her till at last she fades on the horizon, and
applying solutions and appropriate financial products is essential; someone at my side says, “She is gone”. Gone where? Gone from
• Superior interpersonal abilities and a commitment to service. sight, that is all. The loss of sight in me, not in her; and just at the
moment, when someone says, “She is gone”, there are others who
For additional information visit
are watching her coming. Other voices take up the glad shout,
www.minnedosacu.mb.ca or www.bpcu.mb.ca
“There she comes”.
Please forward your cover letter and resume by April 15th, 2019 to: When disaster
strikes in your
Terry McLenehan, Manager of Lending & Wealth Management
Minnedosa Credit Union
community,
you CAN help,
It’s not a thing
Box 459 Minnedosa MB R0J 1E0
tmclenehan@minnedosacu.mb.ca
Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
and we can
show you how. of the past!
(3-3) VOLUNTEER
WITH THE
If you are reading this ad
RED CROSS we have just proven that
TODAY! newspaper advertising
Email: still works!
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Phone: The Minnedosa Tribune
204-982-7634 204-867-3816 adsales@minnedosatribune.com
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, March 29, 2019 13

Mandatory Entry Level


Removing Nail Polish
IN MEMORIAM

In Loving Memory of Training Coming For


Commercial Truckers
our beloved husband,
father, grandfather, stance, dollar bills
great-grandfather and
are roughly six inches
great-great-grandfather
JOSEPH (JOE) SUROVY
Solutions and long. Folded in half, SUBMITTED knowledge-based written
who passed away Substitutions they are roughly three test and a practical road
April 11th, 2013.
By
inches long. Knowing
the measurements of A s part of the Mani- test.  There is no manda-
toba government’s tory training required pri-
commitment to public or to testing taking place.
We miss you
We thought of you REENA NERBAS common household
objects will come in safety, mandatory entry- Earlier this year, Mani-
with love today, handy. level training for commer- toba Public Insurance
But that is nothing new. 2. Before purchasing cial truck drivers will be (MPI) began work on an
We thought about Dear Reena, implemented September implementation plan, fo-
wall coverings, meas-
you yesterday, I have an embarrass- Dear Reena, 1st, 2019, Infrastructure cused on addressing all
and days before that too. ure all windows even
ing problem which is white I spilled melted wax if they appear to be Minister Ron Schuler an- policy and operational re-
We think of you in silence,
we often speak your name,
marks on my blouses due on a new polar fleece the same size. The dif- nounced today.  Require- quirements including ad-
All we have are to deodorant. How can sweater. My wife was able ferences may surprise ments will include 121.5 dressing licensing policy
your memories, I get rid of the marks? to remove most of the wax you. hours of training, which issues and Class One driv-
and your picture in a frame. Manuela using a hair dryer. Unfortu- 3. Floor length draperies is consistent with other er testing considerations. 
Your memory is nately, there are still some should be sized a half provinces including Al- MPI will continue to work
our keepsake Dear Manuela, spots. Can you suggest a inch above the floor, berta and Saskatchewan. on this plan and more de-
with which we Purchase products solution to remove the re- “Our government is fo- tails will be announced
or just short of the car-
will never part, with the label ‘invisible’ mainder of the wax? Bob cused on public safety on in the coming weeks.
God has you in his keeping, pet pile. Place a piece
on the container. Ease de- of cardboard on top of our roads and highways in “With these new re-
We have you in our hearts.
odorant streaks; rub panty- Dear Bob, the carpet for an even this province, and manda- quirements coming into
Sadly missed by hose over white areas. The Drape a tea or paper measurement. tory training for new truck effect, we are working with
wife Cathy, Step-son David, nylon lifts the marks like towel over the area. Run 4. To measure for cus- drivers will make Mani- Manitoba Public Insurance
Sons George (Wanda), magic. a warm iron over the wax. tom picture frames. toba safer,” Schuler said.  to ensure that Class One
Allan (Colette), Kenny (Lori), You will notice the wax Measure the exact “Commercial truck drivers testing is implemented in
Joey and daughter Hi Reena, transferring onto the towel width and height of play an important role in a timely manner and that
Victoria (John), I spilled nail polish because the towel will look moving our economy for- disruptions are managed
the outside dimen-
grandchildren, on my couch. I read that wet. Move the towel, and ward, and we are focused for the industry,” Crown
great grandchildren sions (including the
I shouldn’t use polish re- iron the area until no more mat) of your artwork on ensuring they have the Services Minister Colleen
and great great
grandchildren.
mover with acetone in it, wetness appears. to the nearest 1/8”. necessary skills and quali- Mayer said.  “MPI is an im-
x but I can’t find a polish Use these dimensions fications to do their job in portant partner in ensur-
remover without acetone. Dear Reena, for the size of your a way that ensures every- ing public safety on Mani-
Do you have a different We have a Manx cat one is safe on the road.” toba’s roads and highways.”
A GOT
frame, acrylic and
idea? Joan that has occasional acci- backing board. Note: In addition, there will Manitoba Infrastruc-
dents when he sleeps too be a one-year deferral of ture, Manitoba Public In-
D YOUR
Frames custom-cut to
Dear Joan, deeply. We have a lot of a fraction of an inch new training requirements surance, and Manitoba
Rubbing alcohol, paint incontinency pads all over for the agriculture sector to Education and Training
V ATTENTION?
are priced to the next
thinner and hairspray the house. When he has whole inch. allow for additional con- consulted with over 100
are effective solutions for an accident, we wash the 5. When measuring car- sultations with the indus- stakeholders including in-

E Book this removing nail polish, or


scrub the area with a Mr.
pads with Persil Laundry
Detergent and rinse with
peting or sheet vinyl,
get the longest width
try, in order to determine dustry associations, agri-
an appropriate phase-in cultural sector agencies,

R space for Clean Magic Eraser. If you


choose to clean the area
vinegar in our front loader
washing machine. Persil is
and length along the
floor. Do not multiply
strategy that mitigates Indigenous organizations,
impacts on the start of established sector coun-

T your next ad with nail polish remover,


you will observe better re-
the only detergent that has
ever worked to eliminate
them together. Most
carpet and vinyl rolls
the 2019 farming season. cils, educational providers,
Currently, a person municipal stakeholders

I Call
sults with acetone-based
remover (please test on an
odor and remove stains.
It is pricey, but it works, at
are twelve feet wide. If
the room is less than
can obtain a Class One and small-scale commer-
truck driving license by cial carriers.

S 204-867-3816 inconspicuous area first).


If you prefer nail polish
least for us. Anonymous twelve feet wide, order
a roll of carpet as long
successfully completing a

E information!
for more remover without acetone,
check your local dollar 1.
Tips that Measure Up
Anything can be used
as the room, being
sure to get enough to

!
store, it’s commonly found as a reference for go through the door-
there. measuring. For in- way. Call a profession-
al installer or measur-
TRIBUNE PRINTING
ing agent if the room is
PROPERTIES FOR SALE more than twelve feet
wide.
Edit Note for Cleaning
Prairie Mountain Ph: 204-867-4657 Stipple Ceilings: If the
Independently Owned Gwen Usick Fax: 204-867-2150
and Operated Broker Realtor
gwenu@mts.net
ceiling has been painted,
spray it with the follow-
G ing all-purpose cleaner
TIN
LIS recipe: two cups rubbing
W
NE
alcohol, half a cup house-
hold ammonia, one tea-
spoon Dawn dish soap
and enough water to fill
MINNEDOSA
2 bedroom 1 1/2 bath home on
MINNEDOSA
Well maintained 2 bedroom 1 bath
MINNEDOSA
- 2 + 1 bedroom, 1 bath
MINNEDOSA
- Immaculate 3 bdm, the bottle. Spray, wipe and WE DO IT ALL!
7 1/2 town lots on the edge of town mobile home on 2 lots. - Cental air 2 bath home rinse.
- Solid oak kitchen cabinets - Skylight in kitchen, open concept,
- Updated windows on main - Extensively removated Social Tickets, Raffle Tickets,
- Sunroom off master central air, plenty of storage. head to toe
214 sqft deck leading to the - Large mudroom addition leads - 2 decks & storage shed
- Open concept
Business Cards, Receipt Books,
to the oversized single attached in yard
back yard
- Finished basement
garage. - Enjoy the view of the lake Posters, Colour Copying and more
- Shed, vegetable garden, paved from your deck
- Single garage + 329 sqft

204-867-3816
driveway - Attached single car garage
attached carport
MLS #1830776 $154,900
MLS#1905370 $218,900 MLS#1906414 $129,900 MLS #1830171 $215,900

Take a tour on Realtor.ca or our website www.remax-prairie mountain-npwa.mb.com


14 Friday, March 29, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

PROPERTIES FOR SALE

“Living in your
Community”
Proud Supporter

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


ricktaylor@remax.net

BIR CH
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MINNEDOSA • Basements, Demolition
• Snow removal
867-0400 water management
- 1,076 sq. ft. 3 bedroom - 1,400 sq.ft. 3 + 1 bungalow - 1,300 sq. ft. 4 level split
• Gravel, Topsoil 0r Call: Ian
• Sales of septic tanks
bungalow - Immaculate condition - 4 bedrooms, 3 baths Kirk 867-0180 867-7506 874-2134 or 867-0383
- wood burning fireplace, deck - Town view
with hot tub - Double attached garage

Bryon Gaiser HWM


$294,900 $289,900 MLS #1902825
- Many updates and newly
fenced yard EXCLUSIVE LISTING
$279,900 MLS #1808983 Truck & Skid
Steer Service
Competitive Rates
BILL HOPKINS
204-868-5702
DEMOLITION
204-867-0260
SEMI WITH LOW BED &hopkinswelding@hotmail.com
END DUMP
SCREW PILING
230 - 6TH AVE. S.W.
MINNEDOSA
349 - 1ST ST. S.W.
MINNEDOSA
R.M. OF OAKVIEW
- ¼ section on Little
ELECTRICAL
- 1,400 sq. ft. 4 level split - 1,360 sq. ft. bungalow Saskatchewan River Valley
- 4 bedrooms, 3 baths - 3 bedrooms, 3 baths - New horse barn C. BURTON ELECTRICAL EAVESTROUGH
- Single detached garage
$259,900 MLS #1902831
- Great features and town
view!
- Custom built 2 storey home
$550,000 MLS # 1829012
Enterprises Ltd.
$359,900 MLS #1906182 Refridgeration
Air Conditioning,
Heating & Electrical BILL HOPKINS
Considering listing your Property? 30 Years 204-867-0260 5” AND 6” continuous
Call me today for great service at great rates! hopkinswelding@hotmail.com
eavestrough
Ex perience!!
Siding Roofing
Bus : 867-3950 Soffit Fascia

ACCOUNTING CONSTRUCTION Fa x: 867-2340


Glen Burgess
Closed cell Polyurethane Spray foam
Blow in Attic & Wall Fibre Insulation
Fire Retardent Coating

PRAIRIE REDI-MIX Electrician 204-867-3738


Minnedosa - 867-3853
R eady Mix Conc rete 204-868-5211 Email: mcreal@live.ca
Concrete forms, Rebar, Wire Mesh,
George Allard, FCGA*
Open Weeping Tile, Concrete Sealer, Snap Ties
Gateway Street All at Competitive
FERTILIZER FINANCE
Onanole, MB
204-848-7413
Mon - Fri 8:00 - 5:00
Saturday - 9:00 a.m. -
prices Jon Kowal
Howard Wirch, C.G.A*
9-515 4th Ave.
2:00 p.m. 867-0145 Custom
Minnedosa
Shoal Lake, MB
Suite A
110 Main Street South Fertilizer Credit Union
204-759-2680
Minnedosa Floating Main Line
Dauphin Office - Call today to book your 867-6350
15 1st Ave. S.W. 204 867-5550 ● Roofing ● Decks Administrative Team
Phone: 204-638-3005
● Fencing ● Exterior ● Finishing spring floating needs! Brad Ross
● Renovations ● Repairs
Fax: 204-638-5817 867-6366
Darvin - 204-868-5869
*Denotes Professional Corporation AUTO littlevalleyconstruction@live.ca
Robert - 204-867-7113
Susan Glasgow
867-6353
204-868-5980 or 204-867-5544 Fairmount Solar and Electrics Lisa Dyck
For All Your Electrical Needs 867-6367
CatharineÊ
MÊ GijsbersÊ
204-874-2360 Joanne Clarke
867-6364
Member Service Team
Chartered Professional BACKHOE & TRUCKING Gaylene Johnson
Accountant Inc.
Pinette
● AC 867-6357
MinnedosaÊ Lending Team
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867-6360
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BDO Canada LLP All Auto Body Repairs Ph: 867-3238
867-6359
Donna Dowsett
Chartered
Professional Accountants Ph: 867-2083 Cell: 868-5741
Brian Horner 867-6361
Kim Butler
Farm, Business & Individual 5 Main St. North 867-6352
Grain & Fertilizer Alayna McTavish
Professinal Services: Hauling 867-6354
- Tax
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MINNEDOSA
WAHOSKI G ORD K E L LY Lakeside St. Alphonsus
Septic Service
INSURANCE SERVICES
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
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Newdale News
By Raven’s Glen WI held in Brandon later this reside there. Beautiful one’s been waiting for, a on the highway! few highland dances in-
year. Best wishes Josie, go scenery and many castles, bouncing baby girl, born The Tap and Jazz Re- cluding the sword dance.

C ongratulations
Dusty Kawchuk and
her team, the 15U Cats
to for your next “gold” with
gusto!
On March 21st New-
churches and lovely green-
ery were viewed, beautiful-
ly put together by Donna
to happy parents Ryan and
Juliannna Waddell. Hilda
is eagerly awaiting her first
cital was held on Friday
March 22nd at the Com-
munity Hall where a great
Each member then re-
ceived their certificate, a
charm for their bracelet
Club Volleyball team for dale Raven’s Glen WI Basso. Twenty-six ladies meeting with these two crowd of proud parents, and flowers to recognize a
winning first place at the members hosted an af- enjoyed our “armchair precious babes! grandparents, aunts, un- successful year of dance.
Dauphin Tournament re- ternoon “Travelogue of trip” to Scotland followed Susan and Ed LeSeuer cles and friends gathered First time members re-
cently. Way to go girls! Scotland” presented by by much visiting over a of Brandon and their to watch these amazing ceive a bracelet and then
More congratulations Isabel Basso of Shoal Lake. delicious lunch. Lynne granddaughter, Sage, vis- dancers. What a lot of hard a charm is added for each
are sent along to Josie Ped- Isabel and her daughters, Tolton and Xisra Lamb ar- ited our church last Sun- practise they put in each successful year thereafter.
ersen who won the “gold Diana Smith of Alberta ranged this most enjoyable day when Susan took the year getting ready for the What a success story this
medal” at the 2019 Pro- and Donna Basso of Shoal afternoon. sermon. They told of see- big night. Dance instruc- Club is as it nears almost
vincial Archery Competi- Lake, had toured areas of Congratulations to ing Canada Geese on the tor, Samantha Wozney, put 40 years of teaching dance
tions held the weekend Scotland in 2011 and again great grandma Hilda Da- way to Newdale so they’re each age group through to children from around
of March 16th and 17th in in 2013. The second trip vies of Minnedosa and to getting closer to us. We their paces to everyone’s the area. A marvellous ac-
Erickson. Josie won her saw them taking Diana’s grandmother Doris Wad- enjoyed a social time at delight. Several guest complishment!
age group and hopes to daughter and connect- dell of Mississauga on the hotel following. A bald dancers from Crystal
go on to the 2019 National ing with several of Isabel’s the arrival of that second eagle was sighted as one Scott’s Dance Studio in
Competition which will be family members who still great-grandchild every- local member headed west Minnedosa presented a

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*We deliver within town limits Monday - Friday at 4:00 p.m
($2 charge - $10 minimum order)
MARCH 29TH - APRIL 4TH * Try one of our delicious BBQ chickens!
* We sell fruit, veggie & meat trays and fruit baskets
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GROCERY
CL Leaf tuna flake/chunk water ............170g ...... $1.50
FROZEN FOODS
PC™ pizza crust thick/thin ....................................................300g ............. $1.99
Pillsbury Toaster Strudel strawberry ......................................326g ............. $2.49
Gain liquid original 32 use .................................................... 1.47lt ...............$5.99
Folgers classic roast or K-cup .................920g ...... $8.99 Cheeno three Mccain DD cake assorted ...........................510g ...... $4.49
cheese perogies ...............................................907g ............. $2.49
Catelli lasagna express oven ready .........................................375g ...............$2.79 GG vegetable assorted............................................................500g ............. $1.99
PC™ maple brown sugar oatmeal .........................................430g ...............$2.49 McCain potato pancakes/super spirals/tasti taters ...... 650-800g ............. $2.99
D Monte canned beans/peas/corn assorted341-398ml ...... $1.19

MEATS
PC™ BM soups -mushroom barley/butternut squash470-500ml ..............$1.99
French’s mustard squeeze/dijon ..................................325-500ml ...............$2.49
Milk Bone biscuits assorted ............................................ 800-900g ...............$3.99
Tetley Tea orange pekoe or green tea w lemon .....................72ea ...............$4.99
Knorr Pasta/Rice assorted .............................................. 131-150g ...............$1.29
BC instant potatoes assorted .......................................... 141-215g ...............$1.99
Stove Top stuffing assorted .....................................................120g ...............$1.49 Janes Pubstyle Chicken assorted .............. 800gr ...... $7.99
NN™ crispy southern chicken ................................................1kg ........... $13.99
Dare wagon wheels ...........................31-360g ...... $2.49 Seaquest crab flakes .............................................................. 454gr ............. $3.99
Fruite drink assorted .................................................................. 2lt ...............$1.49
PC™ mincemeat .................................................................. 700ml ...............$4.79 T-Bone beef steak ............................................... $8.99/lb
PC™ Pop canned assorted ............................................ 12x355ml ...............$3.49 Pork shoulder blade steak ........................................................................ $2.59/lb
Rice Krispies cereal .................................................................640g ...............$5.49 Boneless & skinless chicken breast fresh ............................................... $5.29/lb
Aunt Jemima pancake mix assorted ......................................905g ...............$2.99 Honey or black forest ham ...................................................................$1.49/100g
Aunt Jemima syrup assorted ............................................... 750ml ...............$2.99 Rocky Mountain Appetizer assorted ............................ 600-650bg ........$7.49/ea

PRODUCE
PC™ milk sweetened condensed ....................................... 300ml ...............$2.49
PC™ bath tissue 12 dr ............................................................12ea ...............$5.99
PC™ dinner napkins ............................................................180sh ...............$4.99
Unico tomatoes diced ......................................................... 796ml ...............$1.79
Unico beans white/red/black kidney ................................. 540ml ...............$1.79
Unico olives assorted ........................................................... 375ml ...............$1.99 GH Green house Tomatoes...................................................................... $1.79/lb
PC™ jam pure assorted ...................................................... 500ml ...............$3.49 Blueberries,Raspberries ........................... 6oz ...... $2.99
Classico sauce assorted.................................................410-650ml ...............$3.19 Cauliflower ..................................................................................................... $3.99
PC™ decadent cookies assorted ............................................300g ...............$2.49 FM 2LB carrots,3LB onions .......................................................................... $1.99
PC™ crackers crisp thin vegetable ........................................225g ...............$1.79 Mango........................................................................................................$1.29/ea
Castello traditional blue cheese .............................................125g ...............$4.99 Green onions ............................................................................................$0.99/ea
PC™ white,smoked cheddar 2 year old ..............250g ...... $6.99 Cantaloupe..................................................................................................... $2.99
Danone activia strawberry/vanilla..................................... 8x100g ...............$4.88
PB chub chocolate chunk cookie dough ...............................468g ...............$2.49
Cracker barrel slices natural marble cheddar .......................240g ...............$4.99
Kraft/Phila soft dip assorted ...................................................227g ...............$3.49

LUCKY DOLLAR
ALL PRICES ARE PLUS GST, PST & OTHER LEVIES WHERE APPLICABLE *WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
Phil cream cheese bric assorted .............................................250g ...............$3.49
Kraft cheez whiz.......................................................................450g ...............$4.99
NN™ shreds assorted .............................................................900g .............$11.99

BAKERY
Wonder bagel assorted................................................................................... $2.49
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OPEN 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM, 7 DAYS A WEEK • 70 Main Street South, Minnedosa 867-2821
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