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INSIDE
this week
Let’s Get Gardening!
By KAREN MITCHELL

T
son.
omorrow, Saturday, May 11th, Dalrymple’s Green-
house will officially open their doors for another sea-

This will be the 31st year for Dalrymple’s Green-


house. Alan and Barb Dalrymple decided to open shop
in 1988 so Barb could work from home and be able to as-
sist Alan with farm duties and raise their children. What
started off as a little greenhouse has grown into a beauti-

Bowlers Earn ful business and career.


The greenhouse is open each year from Mother’s Day

Gold
weekend until they run out of stock or July 1st, which-

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ever comes first. Even though the business itself is only
open to the public for a short time each year, Barb, Alan
and staff are busy for most of the year preparing. Seed-
ing starts in February, and then after the business closes,
they move into clean-up, fixing and ordering new stock
for next year.
The husband and wife team joke that they make the
perfect pair as Barb likes customers and bookwork and
Alan likes growing and building/creating. Whatever their
secret, they sure have made a name for themselves. The
greenhouse has become a local favourite to many and a
tourist attraction for people visiting the area. “Some peo-
ple come every week to look around, some come more.
We have many locals who bring visitors out every time

Crawley’s they visit. It’s so great to see so many wonderful people


each season,” explained Barb.

Retire

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Call 867-3816 Alan and Barb Dalrymple will open their popular greenhouse
tomorrow as they enter their 31st year of business.

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Privacy Changes Coming to Rolling River Schools


By KAREN MITCHELL and caring schools we are students, employees, and gain access through the for the system to work ef- low access.”
installing interior and ex- parents come and go. Di- main entrance. Visitors fectively. “Our office staff Visitors are asked to

R ecently, parents in the


Rolling River School
Division (RRSD) would
terior video surveillance
equipment in all RRSD
schools, and implement-
visional surveillance cam-
eras will not be installed
in “private” areas such as
will not be allowed access
at any other location.”
Once implemented,
is handling multiple tasks
and although they will
work diligently to help you
help by identifying them-
selves, providing their
child’s name and the pur-
have received a letter out- ing a school door access restrooms, locker rooms, the procedures to en- gain access into the build- pose of their visit. Once
lining a change that will be control system. Surveil- changing areas, private ter RRSD schools will be ing as quickly as possible, access into the school is
implemented in all RRSD lance cameras will be offices or classrooms. Ex- posted for parents and there may be a short delay granted, all visitors must
Schools by early fall. utilized only in public terior doors will be locked visitors. RRSD is asking for until someone can view proceed to the office.
The letter states, “Roll- areas where there is no automatically and visitors patience and cooperation you on the monitor and al-
ing River School Division “reasonable expectation will be required to “buzz

Dalrymple’s Greenhouse
continues to look for ways of privacy.” Public areas in” to gain access to the
to ensure the security and may include building en- building through an inte-
welfare of students and trances; hallways; parking grated closed-circuit mon-
staff. In support of safe lots; front offices where itoring system. Visitors will

More Acts Announced For RFM

Photo by Karen Mitchell

File Photo
Two employees at Dalrymple’s Greenhouse
By DARRYL HOLYK Outlaw, Wreckin So, Black- quin, Platinum Blonde, busy at work preparing plants for sale.
lights and Thousand Dol- Sass Jordan, Streetheart,

T he second band an-


nouncement for Rock-
in’ the Fields of Minnedosa
lar Truck.
These acts have been
added to the earlier an-
Lee Aaron, Nighttrain and
Bed of Roses.
Rockin’ the Fields re-
Continued from Page 1 baskets. As like any other
year, Barb tries to bring in
for Mother’s Day and enjoy
the tea room in the back or
The greenhouse still new types of flowers for just wander around and
2019 was made Monday. nounced acts which in- turns to the Minnedosa carries all of the usual fa- people to try and this year see the huge selection.
Recent additions to the clude April Wine, Collec- concert grounds this Au- vourite flowers, both an- is no exception. You’ll sure be glad you
lineup include Nir Van tive Soul, Tom Cochrane gust long weekend. nual and perennial, veg- Be sure to head out to did and your garden and
Down By The River, Daisy With Red Rider, Sam Rob- etables and fun display Dalrymple’s just in time planters will thank you!
Chain, Refusion, Kates erts Band, 54 40, Harle-

Minnedosa Lions Club


FILL-A-TRUCK EVENT
A&B
IN SUPPORT OF DALRYMPLE’S
DIABETES CANADA Country Farm
GREENHOUSES
Saturday, May 18th - 12:00 - 4:00 p.m. Opposite the dam at Minnedosa Beach Hwy #262 N.
Sunday, May 19th - 12:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Monday, May 20th - 12:00 - 4:00 p.m. OPEN HOUSE
133 - 6th Ave NE, Minnedosa
Donate your small household items and gently used clothing
tomorrow
to support 11 million Canadians living with prediabetes or Saturday, May 11th.
diabetes and divert textiles from landfills. Join us for Coffee,
Types of Items Diabetes Canada will ACCEPT donuts and see
KITCHENWARE - Small household appliances, Cookware/Pots and Pans,
Cutlery/Utensils, Bakeware, Tableware, Barware
what’s new for spring!
HOME DECOR - Curtains, Lamps, Decorative accents, Bath items Wide Selection of Flowers,
TEXTILES - Clothing (All types), Shoes and boots (all types), Accessory
and bags, Sleeping bags, General cloth items (bedding and bath). Vegetables, Perennials
BOOKS - Hardback and paperback
FITNESS, RECREATION AND SPORTING GOODS - Small Electronics, cell and Hanging Baskets
phones, laptops, tablets, PDA, cameras, CD’s and VHS and flat screen TV,
Toy, games and gaming consols, Luggage, Hand tools.
Open 7 days a week
9:30 a.m.- 8:30 p.m.
For more information call Lorna at 204-210-2111 (9-2)
Phone 867-3317
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Fun Fest Spring Market Busy Season Ahead for


Local Campground
By KAREN MITCHELL January 15th. out, July Long 97%, Fun
For monthly sites, Fest 100%, August Long

T he Minnedosa Camp-
ground phone has
been ringing off the hook
there are currently; 40
full-service; 28 30-amp
with water; 3 15-amp with
98% and September Long
is 67% sold out.
For 15-amp with wa-
for early bookings, seeing water, three15-amp and ter sites; May Long is 30%
most long weekends in eight un-serviced sites. sold out, July Long 100%,
2019 a complete sell out. Bookings for monthly sites Fun Fest 50%, August Long
The campground has been opened up on April 1st. 100% and September Long
busy adding new sites to When it comes to long is 20% sold out.
the layout in recent years, weekends, if you haven’t For 15-amp sites; May
however from statistics booked a site already you Long is 35% sold out, July
gathered, it looks like we may be out of luck. As of Long 78%, Fun Fest 41%,
may require even more. April 16th bookings for August Long 100% and
The Minnedosa full-service sites are; May September Long is 22%
Campground currently of- Long is 64% sold out, July sold out.
Photo submitted
fers the following seasonal Long 100%, Fun Fest 100%, For un-serviced sites;
By KAREN MITCHELL find an array of items to items and more. sites; 21 full-service; 17 August Long 100% and May Long is 0% sold out,
choose from including; The Minnedosa Beach 30-amp with water; one September Long is 60% July Long 75%, Fun Fest

O n Saturday, May baby items, home decor, Enhancement Commit- 15-amp with water and six sold out. 31%, August Long 73% and
4th Minnedosa Fun wood signs, woodworking, tee was on hand to run 15-amp sites. Bookings for For 30-amp with water September Long is 27%
Fest held its third annual jewelry, bath and beauty the canteen throughout seasonal sites opened on sites; May Long is 69% sold sold out.
Spring Craft and Gift Sale items, children’s books, the day, as well as offering
at the Community Confer- women’s clothing, kids photos with Chase from
ence Centre. and baby clothing, purses, Paw Patrol. Photos were $5
The facility was packed candles, honey, essential each and all proceeds will
with over 35 venders, in- oils, stained glass, art, bird go to the Beach Enhance-
cluding crafters, artisans houses, makeup, wildlife ment Committee for their
and home-based busi- plaques, barnboard art, playground upgrade.
nesses. quilted items, homemade
Shoppers could dog and cat treats, garden

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Sunday, May 26th, 2019


10:30 a.m. Registration / 11:00 a.m. Walk
Minnedosa Community Conference Centre. Walk ends at Central Bark Dog Park
with hot dogs and hamburgers.
A project of the Minnedosa Lions Club and TCS H.O.P.E. (helping other people everyday)
For more information 204-867-0893
V
Viewpoint
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Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Around Dear Editor,


Letters to the Editor
complished. The plan budgets for spending $3,395,500

Town...
in reserve funds. This would deplete all existing reserves

O n Tuesday, May 14th, Minnedosa Town Council will


likely have second and third reading of the finan-
cial plan and it will become the budget. The building
and $171,000 of this years, $798,672, reserve contribu-
tion. The reserve balance at year end would be $627,672.
The other large asset of the Town of comparable age
By Darryl Holyk of a new arena is within it, with a projected expenditure to the current arena is the Town’s water distribution sys-
of nine million dollars. Per the plan, the Town would tem which was installed in 1952. Councillor Frank Tay-
borrow 3.5 million subject to receiving a commitment lor described it as “band-aids holding together band-
Treat Mom... of 2.625 million combined form the province and fed-
eral governments. The arena reserve, MREC fundrais-
aids.” At the recent financial plan hearing I asked what
accounted for repairs and maintenance of the distribu-
Mother’s Day is coming up this Sunday, May 12th. ing, and outlying R.M. financial commitments would tion system to be 33% over budget. I was told a harsh
Whether you are getting Mom a gift, a card or taking her amount to the nine million dollars figure. 1.02 million winter can account for a significant increase in repair
out for a meal, look no further than your home community. would come from fundraising and the rest is taxpayer costs. Fair enough, but the Towns own numbers bare
funded. Although it will be a multi-purpose facility, its something else out. For 2013, 2014, and 2015 the cost
Tourist season... primary purpose is hockey. Participation in hockey has
declined nationally and in Minnedosa. The current de-
of maintenance and repairs to the distribution system
was $200,249, $201,535, and $187,087 respectively. For
May long weekend is often referred to as the official
sign is an arena with a seating capacity of only 300. 2016, 2017, and 2018 the cost of maintenance and re-
kick-off to the summer tourist season and as we are only
According to the 2019 Federal budget, federal fund- pairs was $331,418, $427,071 and $452,660 respectively.
a week away from it, we hope Mother Nature co-operates
ing is limited to the Investing in Canada Infrastructure If this isn’t indicative of something falling apart, what is?
and lets us all enjoy a nice, hot long weekend. The town
Program. An agreement between the province and fed- In the absence of Husky’s contribution to the Town’s
should be bustling with bargain hunters who flock to
eral government was reached in June of 2018 in which water and sewer utility, the vast majority of a residen-
Minnedosa annually for the town-wide yard sale event.
the Manitoba Strategic Infrastructure Secretariat is re- tial water bill for the last two years is simply repairing
sponsible for distributing 61 million federal dollars for lines. Not the running of two water plants, the sewer,
Support Central Plains… said federal program over the next 10 years. The prov- two booster stations or the lagoon. In June of 2017, a
Last week’s Tribune featured an ad asking for dona- ince, at a minimum, would match the federal funding. Public Utilities Board order concluded, “The rates cur-
tions to continue the valuable services of Central Plains On a per capita basis, Minnedosa would be entitled to rently being charged by Minnedosa to Husky are unjust
Cancer Care. Many Minnedosa area residents have used 115 thousand of the 61 million. Even if the populations and unreasonable and Husky is entitled to a retroac-
these services, especially the transportation services, for 20 of the surrounding R.M.’s were included 225 thousand tive rate adjustment.” Residential water rates went up
years. You should have also received a flyer form Central would be optimistic. Planning on 1.3 million from the shortly thereafter and bulk rates went down. In passing
Plains in your mail box. As they no longer do the door-to- federal government on a single project makes absolute- increased water rates previous council made no men-
door fundraising campaign in our community, we ask that ly no sense. tion of the utility board order. The Town remains mute
you fill out the form, either in last week’s Tribune or the Nine million should be a safe amount to cover un- regarding the retroactive component of the order. It
mailbox flyer and send it, with your donation, to continue expected costs. The project was tendered at just under is reasonable to assume that the legal matter seen in
this valuable service in our community. seven million plus GST by Crane Steel Structures over a council minutes with no description revolves around
year ago. Even if the province and federal government this issue. While in theory the utility is a separate bud-
make a lesser commitment, the project might still go get where expenditures are paid with revenue from
War Amps Key Tags… ahead. sewer and water sales, $425,000 of the gas tax reserve is
In today’s edition you will notice a War Amps adver- After two feasibility studies, if a new arena is built, budgeted for capital expenditure as part of the utility in
tisement. The 2019 War Amps key tags have been mailed the cost of servicing a debt and operating a new arena this year’s financial plan.
out to Manitoba residents. Each tag has a confidentially will be significantly more than running the current are- A more thorough assessment of the state of the
coded number and if you lose your keys, the finder can na and contributing to the arena reserve as was done in town’s water distribution system is due. You need water
place them in any mailbox or call the toll-free number on the past. $200,000 more annually is foreseeable. before you can make ice.
the tag and the War Amps will return the keys to their own- As of February 2019, the total amount in the Town’s
er at no charge. reserves was $3,224,379 . It is unlikely all capital expen- Robert Marks,
ditures within the financial plan for the year will be ac- Minnedosa

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Carbon Tax A Good Place To Start


Dear Editor,
Letters to
In fact, we will get more back from
the climate change tax rebate
Ye O l d
I t’s telling that in his opposition than what we pay in. This is the

Trib
conclusion confirmed last month

the Editor
to the federal carbon tax, Todd
MacKay fails to address the dire by the Parliamentary Budget Of-
environmental crisis that faces fice.
us as a result of global warming BC implemented a similar car-
(“Carbon Tax Vulnerable to Legal bon tax in 2008 and it has been
Challenge”, April 19th). shown to work. The province has
The reality is that we have to act now to prevent the reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by nine percent as
crisis that we’re in from becoming a catastrophe for the of 2015, according to the journal, Energy Policy. Gas sales
next generation. Floods, wildfires, heat waves, unpre- in BC have dropped between seven and 17 percent in
dictable weather: it’s only going to get worse without ac- that same period. The Globe and Mail (April 5th) reported 1889 – Any person requiring a nice and cheap wire
tion. The economic, environmental and social costs are that since BC introduced pollution pricing in 2008, “per fence for graves, etc should call at J.F. Boyd’s to see
already enormous and growing. Recent report indicates capita emissions in BC are down by 14 percent, while the samples and prices.
that when it comes to the effects of climate change, the economy has grown by 26 percent.”
prairie provinces are going to be hit the hardest anywhere We cannot afford to listen to climate change deniers 1899 – The lawyers in town have again decided to
in Canada (Brandon Sun, April 4th). Globally, Canada is like Mr. MacKay as his organization, or quite frankly to close their offices every Friday afternoon during the
warming at twice the rate of any country in the world. any like-minded conservative politician or conservative months of May, June, July, August and September.
The federal government absolutely needs to lead the political party in the country. They can’t be trusted to
climate fight to reduce carbon emissions. The carbon tax do the right thing when it comes to the climate fight that
is a good place to start. It is a revenue neutral tax that pro- faces this generation. 1909 – The prize of one dollar, offered by the Tom
Marks Company during its entertainment at Pear-
vides Canadians – individuals and families – with the in-
son’s Hall, for the biggest potato brought to the mati-
centive to reduce carbon emissions. The carbon tax does Dale Lakevold,
nee by a child, had to be shared between Miss Ken
not take money from our pockets, as Mr. MacKay states. Minnedosa
and Master McKay who each brought one the same
size.

Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month 1919 – The boating season will open on Minnedo-
sa Lake this Saturday and boats may be hired by the
hour, day or week at reasonable rates.
SUBMITTED 100 and making Manitoba tion about traffic safety in are visible to motorists and
roadways safer,” said Sat- our province and create a out of their blind spots. 1959 – Over the past year, the number of patients
O ver the last five years,
22 motorcyclists have
been killed on Manitoba
vir Jatana, vice-president
responsible for Communi-
cations, Manitoba Public
culture where all road us-
ers have mutual respect
for each other,” said Jatana.
For Drivers:
Always look twice
when changing lanes and
in the Minnedosa Hospital has increased by at least
50 per cent with halls of the hospital being utilized
as wards on occasion. The board is now discussing
public roadways while Insurance. “For drivers this means ac- at intersections to be sure the possibility of building either a top storey or a new
another 700 have been in- “Mutual respect on knowledging that motor- there isn’t a motorcycle or wing onto the hospital.
jured. With May being Na- our roadways is para- cyclists have every right to moped in the blind spot.
tional Motorcycle Safety mount if we’re going to use our roads safely, as do Watch for signals. It
Awareness Month, Mani- see a reduction in fatality cyclists and pedestrians.” may be hard to see a mo-
1969 – The Rolling River School Division board is
presently examining property for a proposed new
toba Public Insurance is numbers. Many of these   torcycle or moped’s turn-
elementary school in Minnedosa. The new modern
renewing its call to ‘Save deaths could have been SAFETY TIPS ing signal so watch for
850 pupil school would require 15.7 acres of land.
The 100’ the average num- prevented and were di- other signs like shoulder
The area in question is west of Minnedosa Collegiate
ber of people killed yearly rectly attributed to high- Wear the right gear, in- checking which can indi-
and would include land presently occupied by three
on Manitoba public road- risk driving behaviour by cluding an approved safety cate the rider is planning
homes, a market garden and some Town owned
ways. either the motorist or mo- helmet, eye protection, to change lanes or turn.
property.
In an effort to heighten torcyclist.” jacket, pants and boots. Keep your distance.
road safety awareness be- In order to heighten Try to be highly vis- Motorcycles and mopeds
tween drivers of vehicles road safety awareness ible whenever possible may stop faster than other 1979 – Mayor Jim Burgess cut the ribbon Satur-
and motorcyclists, Mani- among both groups of ve- by wearing bright or fluo- vehicles. Maintain a fol- day afternoon to officially open Brian Bruce’s Men’s
toba’s public auto insurer hicles, Manitoba’s auto rescent colours such as lowing distance of at least Wear Ltd. on Main Street.
recently launched a pub- insurer works closely with yellow, red or orange four seconds and increase
lic awareness campaign the Coalition of Manitoba to enhance visibility. this distance at night or 1989 – Minnedosa Town Council will be lobbying
“Watch For Motorcycles”. Motorcycle Groups. Ride with your head- when it’s raining. the provincial government in hopes of obtaining a
“The focus of road “It’s important that light on and in a position government agency that may be relocated as part of
safety remains saving the we change the conversa- on the roadway where you the government’s decentralization plan.

1999 – The new pro shop at the golf course is now


open. Over $25,000 was raised along with $7,500 do-
nated by the golf club for the new, 800 square foot
Minnedosa District Museum
pro shop. Also holding grand openings last weekend
and Heritage Village Corp. were two other new businesses, The Sportsman’s
presents... Shed and The Sundial.
Gordon Goldsborough
A presentation and book sale on his most 2009 – Assiniboine Regional Health Authority
recent publication, More Abandoned
Dr. Derek Papegnies
will welcome 35 Philippine nurses to the region this
Manitoba: Rivers, Rails and Ruins. month. Four of these nurses will be living and work-
Wednesday, May 15th ing in Minnedosa.
at 7 p.m. at
Minnedosa 50+ Centre, OPTOMETRIST
31 Main Street South. TRIBUNE
Refreshments and Museum
AGM to follow
129-2nd Avenue S.W., Minnedosa, MB
FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL:
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All are welcome to attend(8-2) 204-867-2455 Tuesday at 12 Noon
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NEWDALE NEWS New Washrooms Underway


By RAVEN’S GLEN WI ate grade 12 this June. The Derrick and Dana, on the
last several years he’s been sudden passing of her

C ongratulations
Newdale’s
own Canadian Archery
to
very
very involved with com-
puter coding and other re-
lated computer programs
husband and their father
Terry Robins, on April 20th
in Brandon, age 60. Terry,
“Bronze” medalist for her in 4-H. Tyler was also the son of Keith and Marlene
age group! Josie Pedersen recipient of a $200 bursary, Robins of Brandon and
took part in the 2019 Ca- sponsored by the South Wendy, daughter of Gor-
nadian Archery National Parkland 4-H Council, well don and Marge Murray
Indoor 3D Championships done Tyler, you can never (deceased), were raised
held April 29th to 30th at go wrong with 4-H, there here and graduated from
the Keystone Centre, Bran- are so many opportunities Strathclair School. Terry
don in her 12 and under for young members in all was a mechanic by trade
age group. The event fea- the age groups. and a car restoration en- Photo by Karen Mitchell
tured 180 archers from Best wishes to Gordon thusiast, owning several
across Canada competing Clark who spent several cars he had restored, he By KAREN MITCHELL struction of Minnedosa. x 8ft 9in double unisex
to take home “national days in hospital last week also belonged to the local Work that is required washroom building, sup-
titles” in more than 17 cat-
egories. This was the first
and is now recuperating
at home. Special wishes
Brandon Car Club, attend-
ing most displays nights on W ork has started on
the construction of
new bathrooms located on
to be completed includes,
but not limited to; excava-
tion and required fill for
ply and install required
plumbing with water and
sewer tie ins extending 6ft
time the Indoor Cham- to former resident Clay- Rosser Avenue during the
pionships were ever held ton Murray of Minnedosa summer. the north-east side of the foundation, supply and beyond the foundation
in Manitoba and a first who spent several weeks in Huge congratulations beach pavilion. install a 14ft 11in x 14ft 9in and to supply and install
for Josie. What a wonder- Minnedosa hospital before to the Drama Club cast Tenders for the project thickened edge slab foun- required electrical equip-
ful win for Josie and she moving to Victoria Land- and crew for the perfor- closed on April 12th and dation, supply materials ment.
will always be a Canadian ing in Brandon last week, mance of the Wizard of Oz, was awarded to Birch Con- and construct a 14ft 11in
Champion Archer! Hope Hope you get all settled in a sold out performance
we hear you’re attend- comfortably Clayton. again, KUDOS! Thirty-
ing the next competition
Josie, you have a great fu-
ture ahead of you, we’re all
Ed and Susan LaSeuer
took our church service
April 28th and it was nice
seven years with willing
volunteers for every posi-
tion (maybe the odd arm
BASSWOOD NEWS
very proud of your accom- to have Hilda Davies visit twisting) is totally amaz-
plishments! You keep the us for church and join us ing, a pat on the back to all
By ZELDA FIRBY Deepest sympathy is on Saturday at the Legion
Bronze Medal polished! for coffee and fellowship at of you from “all of us”.
extended to Mark Dono- Club Rooms with a tea
Congratulations to an- the hotel after.
other young Newdale lad,
Tyler Dalke received one of
Elgin Hall had to
miss taking our monthly
C ongratulations to Ro-
berta Galbraith on
receiving the Certificate
hoe and family on the
passing of Mark’s mother
Ellen Donohoe on May 1st
hosted by her family.
Marlin Firby partici-
pated in the Bowling Tour-
three 2019 4-H Gold Watch
awards, his was sponsored
church service May 5th
because he has also been Bridge Club of Merit at the Diploma of
Agriculture graduation ex-
in Brandon.
Congratulations to
nament of Champions in
Carman on Saturday,

Results
by Jackson Seeds Ltd of In- in Minnedosa hospital for
ercise at the University of Muriel McManus who cel-
glis, this is considered the several weeks, and all our
Manitoba on Friday. ebrated her 90th birthday
top honour a 4-H member members hope you’ll soon
can receive to recognize be back to good health and

CADURCIS NEWS
their years of involvement able to enjoy spring! We May 2nd
in the 4-H program. Ty- missed you!
ler has been a member of Our deepest sympathy 1st - Doug Thiessen /
Newdale 4-H Club since he goes out to Wendy Rob- Boyd Grant
was eight and will gradu- ins and her family, sons 2nd - Carol Lonsdale /
Lois Phillips By DOREEN TROTT Legion Club Rooms. Rela- Shirley Rose joined
 3rd - Mel Harvey / tives from out of province the rest of Basswood W.I.

C
Wilf Taylor ongratulations to Mu- were Carla from California, on Thursday for their an-
4th - George Stuart / riel McManus on her USA, Joyce form Calgary nual tour. They visited
Carol Stuart 90th birthday. The fam- and Leslie from Toronto. the Air Force Museum in
ily held a tea for her in the All of Muriel’s eight chil- Brandon and then the doll
dren were present and also museum having lunch at
all her grandchildren and Shady Lanes. They com-
Onanole Elementary School great grandchildren. pleted the day by visiting
would like to invite you to our annual Shirley Dyke of Bran- Diane Harrington in her
don visited on Friday with new complex.
Honouring Our Elders Dance Malcolm and Shirley Rose.
Hosted by our Jr. High class

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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, May 10, 2019 7

More Childcare Spaces Supported in Several Communities


Meanwhile, a new Service to improve safety from the Manitoba Heri- ren, Rossburn, Shoal Lake,
66-space childcare centre for their officers and the tage Trust Program, which St. Lazare and Strathclair.
Under The Dome will open in Virden this fall community. offers matching grants of •
By thanks to $2.7 million in The money will be one dollar for every two Just a reminder that
funding under the ELCC used to purchase new dollars raised by com- the deadline of Wednes-
GREG NESBITT agreement. body armour plates for of- munity museums and ar- day, May 22nd is com-
Riding Mountain MLA The Funshine Early ficers to provide additional chives. ing quickly for non-profit
Learning Centre, which protection from large cali- The Strathclair Mu- groups and charitable or-
is wrapping up construc- ber weapons, and two new seum Association will ganizations to apply for
tion adjacent to the Virden carbine rifles that will al- receive $3,063, while the funding under our new

F unding provided
through the Canada-
Manitoba Early Learning
al operating grant of more
than $191,000.
The Minnedosa Com-
Junior High School, will
complement an existing
low officers to keep a safe
distance from a threat.
Minnedosa District Mu-
seum and Heritage Village
Building Sustainable Com-
munities Program.
Funshine facility in the As well $850 of the to- will receive $1,874. The program, which
and Child Care (ELCC) munity Child Care Co- community that has 35 tal funding will be used to The goal of the pro- replaces seven other pre-
agreement is being used operative also received spaces. purchase 15 bike helmets gram is to support com- vious grant streams, will
to invest $47 million over $180,077 in capital funding The 66 new spaces will for children in need, as munity-based projects provide up to $75,000 per
three years to create 1,400 for the creation of four new also be supported by an well as two bicycles that that already have strong eligible project, up to a
new and newly-funded spaces for infants in that operating grant of more will be used as prizes in a local support. maximum of 50 percent of
early learning and child- community. than $362,000. community policing ini- • the cost. Matching funds
care spaces across the The Russell Lots-A- The development of tiative called “Use Your The Parkland Regional can come from other levels
province. Tots Daycare has received these new spaces will help Head” that promotes bi- Library has received fund- of government, although
A number of spaces approval fort $380,972 support parents in these cycle safety. ing of $467,242. 10 percent of each proj-
being funded are in the for the creation of 52 new communities to pursue The Rivers Police Ser- The Parkland system ect’s cost is required from
Westman region. I was spaces to address the de- opportunities to learn and vice provides policing to includes 23 branches in 21 a non-government source
pleased to join Families mand in the community. work, while providing ac- the entire Riverdale Mu- different municipalities. In such as a community foun-
Minister Heather Stefan- Currently the daycare of- cess to safe and affordable nicipality. the constituency of Riding dation or service club.
son at events in Rivers and fers 58 spaces, but plan- early learning and  child- • Mountain, there are Park- This is the first of two
Virden to celebrate the ning is underway to cre- care programming for their Two area museums land Library branches in intakes in 2019.
Week of the Early Child- ate eight more infant, 24 children. have received funding Birtle, Erickson, Foxwar-
hood Educator from April pre-school and 20 school- •
29th to May 3rd. age spaces at Major Pratt I also joined Justice
Minister Stefanson of- School. Minister Cliff Cullen in
ficially opened the River- Once the new spac- Rivers on Wednesday, May
dale Community Daycare es are constructed and 1st to present $6,500 from PUBLIC NOTICE
– officially known as the opened, Russell Lots-A- Manitoba Justice’s Crimi-
Riverdale Early Learning Tots will also receive addi- Fire Pits / Open Air Fires
nal Property Forfeiture
Centre – on Wednesday, tional operating funding. Fund to the Rivers Police “ACCEPTABLE FIRE PIT” means an outdoor receptacle that meets the following
May 1st. specifications:
Rivers has been dras-
• a minimum of 3.7 metres (12 feet) clearance measured from the nearest fireplace
tically short of day care Municipality of Harrison Park
DUST CONTROL
edge is maintained from buildings, property lines, or other combustible material
spaces for several years
• the fireplace is constructed of materials that are heat and flame resistant
due to the large influx of
• the fireplace is equipped with a secured chimney that is not more than 2.5 metres
young families that have
(8 feet) in height when measured from the base of the burning area
moved into the commu- Dust Control is available on municipal roads • the fireplace chimney is equipped with a regulation screen no larger than 1.25 cm
nity. in front of residential property sites within (0.5 inches) and constructed of expanded metal (or equivalent non-combustible
The project to renovate
three surplus classrooms
the Municipality of Harrison Park. materials) and is designed to contain and reduce the hazards of airborne sparks; if
no chimney is used the same regulation screen is required
in the Rivers Collegiate to
• the base of the fire burning area is not less than 0.3 metres (12 inches) above the
create a 2,100 sq. ft. space Applications and details are available at the
surrounding grade
to house 32 daycare spaces Onanole and Newdale Municipal Offices, • the base of the fire burning appliance shall be placed upon a non-combustible
(eight infant and 24 pre- call 204-848-7614 or surface such as earth, concrete, metal or other non-combustible materials
school) was announced in
email rhonda@harrisonpark.ca. • outdoor solid fuel appliances shall be located on a flat, level and non-combustible
April 2018. A capital grant
base clear of overhangs such as roofs, tree branches and utility wires
of $900,000 was provided
• burning receptacles shall be separated from grass and other vegetation by a
through the ELCC agree- DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS
distance of at least 40 cm (16 inches) by means of earth, sand, gravel or other
ment, along with an annu- June 3rd, 2019 9/11
non-combustible medium
Cut, seasoned wood, charcoal, or commercially approved fire logs may be burned
in an open fire. Rubbish, garden refuse, lawn clippings or leaves, manure,
Prairie Mountain livestock or animal carcasses, and any material classified as a dangerous good, or
EACH OFFICE IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED any material which, when burned, will generate black smoke or an offensive odour
Rosemary Parrott is strictly prohibited.
204-212-5037 rosemaryparrott@remax.net Fires may not be left unsupervised at any time and the person lighting the fire is
responsible for any damages that might result from the lighting of the fire.
Fires shall not be set in windy conditions conducive to creating a running fore or a
nuisance to another person.
If smoke from a fire causes an unreasonable interference with the use and enjoyment of
another person’s property, the fire shall be extinguished immediately.
Fires shall be contained to a reasonable size so that the fire, or any embers, sparks or
smoke emanating from them does not endanger any person or property or cause any
Enjoy beautiful views from these new These two beautiful quarters are objectionable effect on nearby property.
luxurious, 2 bedroom, situated near Onanole with one The Fire Chief, his designate or RCMP may direct that a fire in a fire pit be extinguished,
or may extinguish a fire that in his opinion is a nuisance or a threat to public safety.
2 bathroom condos. Ready to move quarter on the shores of
To view the entire Open Air Fires By-Law 2514, visit www.discoverminnedosa.com
into and wheel chair accessible. Octopus Lake. 286 Acres
TOWN OF MINNEDOSA
MLS#1905898 MLS#1909961 (9-2)
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Bowlers Earn Gold Fountain Upgrade

Photo submitted Photo by Karen Mitchell

SUBMITTED By KAREN MITCHELL

T he 2019 Club 55 Provincials were held in Winnipeg on May 1st at Coronation Lanes,
with Zone team winners from Winnipeg, Steinbach and Minnedosa participating.
Gold medal winners going to the Club 55 Nationals in Toronto Ontario, represent-
T hroughout the week, TAG Construction of Minnedosa, was busy removing old paint
off of the Main Street water fountain. The old water fountain, located on the south
end of Main Street, will receive a new paint job along with the wrought iron fencing sur-
ing Manitoba are Bev Chapski, Rosemary Hamilton, Vivian Cullen and Carry Douglas rounding it.
(from Minnedosa Bowl). The water fountain was originally built in memory of Minnedosa’s first female May-
Silver was from Minnedosa; Wray Douglas, Dan Motuz, Alan Tarn and Debbie or, Joyce Stevenson, who passed away on May 24th, 1980.
Tarn. Bronze was a team from Steinbach. TAG Construction hopes to have all work completed by the end of next week.

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Crocus Upholstering Welcomes New Owner


not an appropriate plan have two daughters and decision but it was time to
and a change in career was three granddaughters, and move on. I really like to try
called for. they are looking forward to different and new things,”
One day, when a cous- having more time to visit said Michelle.
in who ran her own uphol- with them now that Mi- Michelle and husband
stery business was visiting, chelle has taken over. Geoff have three grown
there was a conversation Michelle Nourish, a children and five grand-
about the need to re-up- Minnedosa native, started children.
holster Doug and Carolyn’s helping at the business Michelle will carry on
chesterfield. The cousin on a part-time basis only. as much as she can possi-
said, “Doug you take that “My husband was going bly do. “I am very fortunate
chesterfield apart, Caro- away to work and I needed that they are allowing me
lyn you sew the material something to do on eve- to carry on their business
and then Doug can put it nings to pass the time. This name. Doug and Caro-
back together, simple!” partnership worked out lyn decided on the name
From that time on the pas- perfectly,” said Michelle. Crocus Upholstery as a
sion for the art sparked a Michelle plans on type of homage to Doug’s
new business idea for the keeping Doug and Carolyn grandmother; who named
duo. Doug added a 12 x 24 around as much as possi- the school Doug attended
foot shop on to the current ble to continue to show her “Crocus Hills School.”
Photo by Karen Mitchell house in 1982. Doug and the ropes. “With these two “I have a tough repu-
Doug and Carolyn Crawley have sold their upholstery Carolyn ran their mixed around it has never been tation to follow but I will
business to their employee, Michelle Nourish. farm through the day and a job, it’s only been an ad- definitely do my best,”
upholstered during the venture. There are some expressed Michelle. All
By KAREN MITCHELL many more years to come. started her career off as a evening and weekends. In days where we don’t know past, present and future
Michelle will continue lab and x-ray tech. Dur- 2002, the couple moved where the time goes, it just customers are welcome to
to Minnedosa where they flies by. We have so much visit her at the shop or give
F or 37 years, Doug
and Carolyn Crawley
have owned and operated
to operate the business out
of the current shop located
at 151-1st Street, howev-
ing that time staff had to
guarantee they would be
in town within 20 minutes
built a house with a full
shop in the basement.
fun and I love my job here.”
For the past 36 years
her a call.
Congratulations on
their upholstery business er the businesses phone if they received a call back. The business does ev- Michelle ran a daycare in the new adventure Mi-
known as Crocus Uphol- number has changed to Due to this, Carolyn had to erything from tractor seats, town. April 26th was the chelle, and a huge thank
stering. On May 1st, Mi- 204-867-0235. stay in town while she was unicycle seats to airplane last daycare day for Mi- you to Doug and Carolyn
chelle Nourish part-time Doug and Carolyn on call in order to fulfill seats. There’s not much the chelle and she couldn’t be for being a valuable part
shop helper, officially took originally opened up shop this policy. Once she and couple is afraid to tackle. more excited to start this of the Minnedosa business
over the reins and will keep at their farm north west Doug started having chil- Doug and Carolyn new chapter. “It was a hard district.
the business running for of Clanwilliam. Carolyn dren, they decided this was

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Chase The Ace Southwestern Manitoba Crop Report


Pot Won mb Agriculture Most seeding done
in southern areas, but in
25 to 30% complete. Lim-
ited acres corn, canola and
layed in some fields due to
lack of moisture.

V ery little precipitation


over the last week,
but some localised show-
northern region is also
picking up. Seeding prog-
ress during last week was
soybeans planted.
Weed emergence is
slow but some winter an-
Cool temperatures
and forages are slow to
regrow. Dugouts, sloughs
ers on both sides of the slow. Overall seeding nuals such as dandelion, and streams are below nor-
Trans-Canada Highway. progress estimated at 10 foxtail barley, and thistles mal for this time of year.
Below normal tempera- to 15% complete, major- present. Some producers Some areas received mois-
tures throughout the week, ity of which are cereals doing pre-seed burnoff be- ture in the form of snow,
with hard frosts and some and peas. Very little crop tween seeding operations. will help hay and pastures,
snowfall. Minimum over- emerged, due to contin- Winter wheat and fall but not enough to improve
night temperature reached ued cold. Spring wheat is rye are looking good, but dugout levels. Some cattle
-8°C in some parts of the 40% done; peas are 50% growth is also slow. Top- are currently on pasture
region. done; barley and oats are dress nitrogen is being de- with supplementation.

Minnedosa PCH Holding Fundraiser


en.  It is also a gathering is a raffle for a deep freeze
place for coffee and baked and $400 worth of Co-op
goodies as well as family gift cards to help fill the
visits.  freezer. Tickets are $5.00
Other than a fresh coat each and are available at
of paint once in a while, the Personal Care Home,
the footprint of the kitchen Minnedosa Pharmacy,
Photo submitted has likely remained the Minnedosa Credit Union
same since the Care Home and the 50+ Centre until
Craig Boyd is the latest Minnedosa Legion Chase opened in 1975, so a face Wednesday, May 15th. 
The Ace winner. Craig won the jackpot of $6,872 lift is long overdue and will The draw will be made
on Friday, May 3rd. Pictured, Craig is presented be enjoyed by many for on May 16th just in time for
his winnings from Wayne Dillabough. years to come.  BBQ season!  We appreci-
The latest fundraiser ate all your support!

19052WW0
Over $3,000 Presented
19052WW1
Photo submitted in Rec Grants
Submitted their fundraising efforts.  By KAREN MITCHELL
Monies raised will be used

T he Activity Depart-
ment at the Minnedo-
sa Personal Care Home
to renovate the Activity
Baking kitchen.  Many res- The Minnedosa Recreation Commission handed out a
total of $3,465 in grant money from its annual Sports
idents bake and prepare Dinner grant.
will soon be winding up special meals in the kitch- Out of a total of seven applicants, three success-
ful applicants were granted funds. The Minnedosa Re-
gional Library was granted $1,000 towards a Lego club,

MINNEDOSA GOLF CLUB


Prairie Mountain Cycling was granted $1,000 for signage
ROLLING RIVER and Minnedosa Tennis Club (have not chosen an actual
SCHOOL DIVISION name yet) was granted $1,465 for new nets and hardware
Minnedosa Golf Club for the courts at the school.
PUBLIC NOTICE Expansion Committee
Public Notice is hereby given Cash Calendar Draw Winners
that Rolling River School for the Month of April 2019
Division may conduct the Lottery License #MGCC3945RF
following Pesticide Control
THE R.M. OF OAKVIEW
Programs in 2019.
Chad McVey $50 2019 DUST CONTROL PROGRAM
Brooklyn, Rajan & Sahil $30 The R.M. of OAKVIEW will accept requests for
To control insect pests and
rodents, pesticides such as Lisa Fleury $30 dust control application in front of residences and/or
Contrac Blox, Contrac Grain Bait, Jeff & Jen Loewen $30 established sites within the Municipality on a
Dragnet, Dr. Doom In/Out, Dr. pre-payment basis.
Doom Residual, Rozol RTU and Mark Wruth $30
If you are interested in having dust control applied,
Temprid SC may be used on all $20 Winners applications are available at our offices and on our
school division properties and in • Calvin Cooke • Bill Hopkins
buildings. website (rmofoakview.ca).
• Lois & Vern Phillips • Jenny Lin
The public may send written • Rick & Sherri Burgess • Kelley Gray Payment and applications due by May 24, 2019.
submissions or rejections within • Breanne Mains • Marjorie & Mervin Nelson A single application is $250 for a 12’ x 300’ strip.
15 days of the publication of the • Clayton Murray • Alvin Smith Other lengths and rates are available.
Notice to the department below. • Patrick McBratney • Jeanne Gitzal For more information, please phone the Oak River
• Duncan Murray • Lori Rodych office at (204) 566-2146.
Environmental Approvals • Margo Dunphy • Ray & Barb Pettinger
Branch - Manitoba • Kathy Stone • Martin Sharpe R.M. of Oakview
Sustainable Development • Kim Burgess • Kathy Cook Box 179
1007 Century Street • Bryan Letain • Dianne Usick Oak River, MB R0K 1T0
Winnipeg, Manitoba • Jean Taylor • Jaiminkumar Patel Email: oakviewadminor@mymts.net
R3H 0W4 • Joan & Barry Tegg
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Minnedosa Health Dis- 1st – Kathy Currah, 2nd – Barb CAI Financial
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7:30 p.m. in the Board Room Advertisements and state-
at the Minnedosa Health
IN MEMORIAM
ments contained herein are the
Care Facility. (8-2) x sole responsibility of the per-
sons or entities that post the ad-
Minnedosa Commu-
vertisement, and the Manitoba PARRY BLAIR HOPKINS
nity Child Care Cooperative.
Community Newspaper As- June 27th, 1971 –
Annual General Meeting.
sociation and membership do May 8th, 2012
Thursday, May 23rd, 2019 at
not make any warranty as to the
7:00 p.m. at Tanner’s Crossing
accuracy, completeness, truth- As we loved you,
School. (9-2) x
fulness or reliability of such so we miss you
TELUS MANITOBA 2019 advertisements. For greater in- TENDER In our memory you are near.
MOTORCYCLE RIDE FOR formation on advertising con- Loved, remembered,
DAD. Fighting Prostate Can- ditions, please consult the As- longed for always.
cer Saturday, May 25th 10 sociation’s Blanket Advertising ANNOUNCEMENT Bringing a silent tear.
a.m. Official Start Earl’s Polo Conditions on our website at
Park Shopping Centre. Reg- www.mcna.com. Always Loved
ister online: ridefordad.ca/ Kayla, Mom, Dad,
Do you have a PRESS
manitoba
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The Minnedosa and District Recreation Commission Shari, Heath,
requests quotes for Tess and Lance.
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x
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freindships at Basswood val of the Arts will be hosting (9-2)
Hall on Thursday, July 4th, their AGM on Thursday, May
2019 at 10:00 a.m. Refresh- 16th, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at Tan-
ments served by Basswood ners Crossing School. All are
Women’s Institute. Donation welcome and encouraged to
basket at the door to defray attend. X
expenses. All are welcome.
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, May 10, 2019 13

OBITUARIES CARD OF THANKS Tang To Clean Your Dishwaher


JANICE HOLM WOW! Wasn’t it a Blast! Feedback from Wise
Talk about an “Awesome and Contributors
Janice D. Holm passed unforgettable birthday party!” Solutions and Re: Threading a Needle
away on April 25th, 2019, at the I was overwhelmed with the
Minnedosa Hospital. She was turnout, even more so with Substitutions Another suggestion
for threading a needle, es-
born in Clanwilliam Municipal- the enthusiasm, participa- By pecially on a sewing ma-
ity and raised on a farm near tion and good humour the
Onanole, Manitoba.
Janice met the love of
guests showed. Now for the
long list of thank yous! Thank
REENA NERBAS chine. Put a plain white
paper or the back of a white
her life, Lennard Holm at Clear you to the T.C.S. staff for the business card behind the
Lake where they married and re- beautiful hydrangea, card and needle, it seems to lumin-
mained married for over 62 years birthday greeting. To Whit- Hi Reena, the machine; by carefully ate the eye of the needle
until Lennard passed in 2018. ney Stone-Matthews and her What can I use to scrubbing the interior, es- making it easy to see and
Janice’s heart was once class for surprising me with clean the floor in my acryl- pecially where the base of thread. I keep a business
again broken this year in April, the birthday and card. Huge ic shower stall? Nothing the dishwasher door and card with my machine all
2019 when her daughter Sharon passed thanks to Nadine Dmytriw for seems to work. Susan floor meet. As well, the
away. being the photographer, you
the time. Jo-Anne
filter needs to be taken
Janice is survived by her son Bernard, she also leaves be- did a super job considering
Dear Susan, apart and cleaned from Hacks for the Home
hind three grandchildren Timothy, Shelly and Joshua. Also, the rowdy crowd you had to
Greatgrandchildren, Kaylee, Kaitlyn, Avy and Cooper. take pictures of. Thanks to Into a spray bottle time to time. It’s amaz- I have a solution for
We sadly say goodbye to a loving wife, mother and grand- Cam Farr for providing the combine two cups white ing what gets caught in toilets that do not flush
mother. great variety of tunes. Big vinegar and one tbsp. there: straws, cherry pits, properly. Just squirt some
She will be sadly missed by many. thanks to Kathy Lawson, you Dawn dish soap. Use the tea bags, bones, pieces of Dawn dish soap into the
were a HUGE help in so many steam from a hot shower glass, stickers etc. Experi- toilet bowl and add some
REGINALD WILFRED SCOTT ways as always. To the folks to your advantage by ment with a few dishwash- hot water…and then it will
who helped clean up, your cleaning the shower floor er detergents and increase
Reginald Wilfred Scott help was very much appre-
flush right away. Gail
shortly after use. Choose the hot water temperature
passed away peacefully on Mon- ciated. I was overwhelmed
a non-scratching abrasive according to your manual. If you want to keep all
day, March 18th, 2019 in Minne- with the many cards and gifts.
dosa Hospital. You all were so very thought- pad (this is key to making The next step is to purchase your bed sheet sets togeth-
Reg was born in Minne- ful. The messages in my guest the job easier), spray the a product called, Iron Out. er; just fold the sheets and
dosa on the 3rd of March 1930. book were very touching. To floor with a liberal amount Run it through your empty put the sheets in one of the
His Dad Archie, spent all winter Lyle who helped Rachel in the of the solution. Scrub with dishwasher, it will clean pillowcases. That way you
building a van in preparation for planning. Special thanks to the pad and then rinse the dishwasher from head will always have your sets
getting them home. He attended my awesome cousins, Mari- with water. For badly to toe including the basin, in order. Gail
Rookhurst School, a one room lyn, Ian, Julie and my sweet- stained shower floors, con- hoses, racks etc. If poor re-
school that only went to grade heart of an aunt Phyllis. To my sider using ‘Iron Out’ occa- sults continue, contact an-
nine and completed his grade incredible, awesome, darling I find that slicing cheese
sionally, switch to vinegar other professional because works best with a pizza
ten at near by Roseneath School. daughter Rachel, my party
Roseneath had the distinction of couldn’t have happened with- and dish soap for regular the dishwasher will need cutter. Jordan
having two classrooms and two teachers out your planning, hard work, cleaning. to be thoroughly examined
because it was a consolidated school, that is a school that had energy, dedication, scheming for damaged parts or in- Keep your eyebrows in
both elementary and high school. When he wasn’t at school, and love! You’re the great- Dear Reena, correct hook-up. place by wiping them with
like all the other farm boys, he was kept busy helping his dad. est daughter ever! I’ll always What is the best way Once a month fill the a small amount of tooth-
When he wasn’t helping his dad, he was a part of the Cadets in be your MeeMaw! See you all to clean my dishwasher? detergent dispenser of the paste. Mikayla
Minnedosa. He also enjoyed playing baseball with the neigh- in another ten years! Donna It smells bad and does not dishwasher with two or
bours. He became a full time farmer after his schooling was Usick alias (S.T.). x clean as well as it used to. three tbsp. Tang Orange
over and eventually took over the farm from his father. My best household hint is
Reg married Yvonne Parrott on the 20th of July 1956 in
Bethany. They started married life on the farm that he grew up
BUILD UP Shelly Crystals. The dishwasher
may be either full of dishes
to clean my windows with
50/50 white vinegar and
on SE 36-13-18. They raised three children; Lorne, Bonnie and
Crystal.
YOUR Dear Shelly,
Imagine a person who
or empty. Run the dish-
washer as normal. The
water. The mild acid lifts
the baked-on grime, and
Reg was a self taught welder and mechanic and he “fixed”
most of the farm implements when they broke down and modi-
CLIENTELE ate three meals a day plus
snacks without ever brush-
purpose of using Tang in
the dishwasher is two-fold,
the water washes the dirt
away. Pat
fying many of them. He was a mixed grain farmer and raised ing their teeth. Rinsing with first it cleans out the hoses
cattle. Reg became an excellent curler and was able to compete water would not remove behind the dishwasher
in bonspiels both locally and out-of-province. He also was a the plaque and build-up. and secondly it cleans the
collector of vintage implements and vehicles and enjoyed his
The same is true for a dish- interior of the dishwasher.
time with the Valley Cruisers Car Club in Minnedosa. His 1966
Mustang was one of his favorites. He was a member of the Royal washer that requires regu- Please note that this pro-
Canadian Legion. lar check-up and cleaning cess will not zap rust stains
Reg and Yvonne loved travelling to local areas for old time appointments. Maintain in dishwashers.
dances. He was an auction sale and thrift shop fanatic. Reg
also enjoyed his morning coffee shop ritual, Farmers’ Market
with Yvonne and his time spent with the Men’s Shed Club. He
liked skidooing over the years and had his last venture out with
Crystal and the grandsons in January 2019.
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He was predeceased by his father Archibald Scott, moth- Advertise in
er Elsie (Cracknell) Scott, son Lorne Robert Scott and brother Ph: 204-867-4657

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Forever in our hearts and missed dearly by his wife Yvonne
Since 1883
and Operated Broker Realtor
gwenu@mts.net
(Parrott) Scott, daughters Bonnie and Marc Larochelle, Crys-
tal and Fred Scott, grandsons Cearan and Rhogan Scott, and
numerous sisters and brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews and
204-867-3816 PR
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A Celebration of Life is planned to honor Reg on Saturday,
May 18th 2019 at the Legion Clubrooms in Minnedosa. Cere-
mony at 3:00 p.m., burial afterwards and all welcome back to MINNEDOSA
Legion for lunch, song and dance, the way he wanted it. Cheers Well maintained 2 + 1
bedroom, 1 bath bungalow MINNEDOSA MINNEDOSA MINNEDOSA
to you Reg! with newer attached garage Well maintained 2 bedroom 1 bath - 2 + 1 bedroom, 1 bath 624 sqft double garage built in 2005
and features wall AC, solid mobile home on 2 lots. - Cental air - Insulated 6” walls, jiprock, infloor
wood kitchen cabinets, pantry, - Skylight in kitchen, open concept, heat.
updated windows, deep central air, plenty of storage. - Updated windows on main
tub, closet organizers, tons - Garage door openers x 2 &
- Large mudroom addition leads - 2 decks & storage shed remotes
of storage, shingles 2016. to the oversized single attached in yard
Deck, garden shed, patio & garage. - Garage is located on 8 lots on
vegetable garden. edge of town
- Shed, vegetable garden, paved
MLS #1830389 $159,000 driveway
MLS #1830776 $154,900
$149,000 MLS#1906414 $129,900 $149,900 MLS #1830171 $49,900
MLS#1905369 $215,900

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PROPERTIES FOR SALE

“Living in your
Community”
Proud Supporter

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


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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
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
prices Jon Kowal
Howard Wirch, C.G.A*
9-515 4th Ave.
Suite A
110 Main Street South
867-0145 Custom
Shoal Lake, MB
Minnedosa Fertilizer Minnedosa
204-759-2680
204 867-5550 Floating Credit Union
Dauphin Office - Call today to book your
● Roofing ● Decks Main Line
15 1st Ave. S.W.
Phone: 204-638-3005
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Darvin - 204-868-5869 204-867-6366
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Robert - 204-867-7113 Terry McLenehan
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204-874-2360
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Accountant Inc. 204-867-6359
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T:Ê 867-3884Ê Ê Ê C:Ê 867-0190Ê Electrical Inc. (48-4)
Kim Butler
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M&M ●Electrical
GRAIN 204-867-6352
Alayna McTavish

AUTO BODY Contracting HAULING 204-867-6354


BDO Canada LLP All Auto Body Repairs Ph: 867-3238
Trisha Paterson
204-867-6362
Chartered Joanne Clarke
Professional Accountants Ph: 867-2083 Cell: 868-5741
Brian Horner 204-867-6364
Farm, Business & Individual 5 Main St. North Gaylene Johnson
Grain & Fertilizer 204-867-6357
Professinal Services: Hauling Amber Johnson
- Tax
- Accounting Book this spot Book this spot 204-867-6374
Fax
204-867-6391
- Farm Programs $5.52/week $5.52/week E-mail
info@minnedosacu.mb.ca
Don Simpson, CPA, CA Call 204-867 3816
Call 204-867 3816 Website
www.MinnedosaCU.mb.ca
39 Main Street South, Minnedosa
204-867-2957
204-867-7182
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INSURANCE PLUMBING SEPTIC SERVICES SERVICES


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
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
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Law Office - Committed to Caring -
B-116 MainSt.St
110B Main S. S HILLSIDE
Association
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
cpcancerservices@shaw.ca
www.centralplainscancer
Heating
Meetings are held at Ventilation/Air quality
http://www.ajaxlaw.ca Neepawa Library 3rd Tuesday of 476-2483 services.com
Ty Burton the month 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Owner/Operator
Air Conditioning
Refrigeration
Burgess Law 204-868-5358 For more info call:
Debbie Fisch
Cell: 476-6591 REAL ESTATE Kitchen Equipment
Office Commercial Gas Fitter
(204) 725-8550 Dennis: 476-2766 Commercial & Residential
51 Main Street S service specialist
Minnedosa ALCOHOLICS 23 Hour Service CALL ME... FOR ALL YOUR
REAL ESTATE NEEDS Kent Brown
867-2935
Plumbing & Heating
ANONYMOUS 1-204-867-7346
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• Eyelash Extensions
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Anonymous can help
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Making Rental Properties Safer


SUBMITTED ers and other criminal el- lawful or unsafe activity, a warning letters or written anyone who has direct landlords gather the evi-
ements from their rental hearing must be requested confirmation from law en- knowledge of the tenant’s dence necessary to secure

T he Manitoba govern-
ment is launching a
new fact sheet for land-
properties,” said Cullen. 
“The Manitoba govern-
ment is committed to mak-
through the Residential
Tenancies Branch (RTB). 
For these types of applica-
forcement agencies that
unlawful activity is taking
place in the rental unit
conduct; and  financial
statements or receipts for
repairs.
an order of possession, the
minister added.
The Residential Ten-
lords that clarifies the pro- ing our communities safer, tions, the RTB will sched- (incident numbers are not To further assist land- ancies Branch will also
cess for evicting tenants and this new resource ule hearings on short no- sufficient);  any incident lords and tenants, Mani- continue its public educa-
who are breaking the law gives landlords the clarity tice.  The new Landlords’ reports from security staff, toba Justice’s Public Safety tion outreach programs, so
and putting others at risk, and guidance they need to Fact Sheet clarifies the evi- property managers, main- Investigation Unit (PSIU) all Manitobans can access
Justice Minister Cliff Cul- navigate the system quick- dence that landlords may tenance, paramedics, fire provides dedicated sup- information on landlord
len announced today. ly so they can protect their submit to support an or- department, health and port to all Manitobans who and tenant rights and re-
“We know that land- property and the safety of der of possession applica- bylaw inspectors, alarm are concerned about illegal sponsibilities.
lords have, for too long, other tenants.” tion.  This includes:  video, companies or police that drugs and other dangerous
struggled to gather and The minister said if photographs or audio evi- proves the behaviour may activities occurring in their
present the evidence they a landlord wants to evict dence of the incident(s) in be escalating;  verbal or residential neighbour-
need to evict drug deal- a tenant engaging in un- question; incident reports, written statements from hoods.  The PSIU can help

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*We deliver within town limits Monday - Friday at 4:00 p.m
($2 charge - $10 minimum order)
MAY 10TH - MAY 16TH * Try one of our delicious BBQ chickens!
* We sell fruit, veggie & meat trays and fruit baskets
*Senior’s Discount every Friday (65 & up) (STARTS FRIDAY 9:00 A.M. - ENDS THURSDAY 9:00 P.M.) (24 hours notice is appreciated)
*We sell R.O. water

GROCERY
NN™ white plastic assorted cutlery,NN 12oz bowl..........96pack ...............$3.49
FROZEN FOODS
FM Nanaimo bars ....................................................................450g ............. $3.99
NN™ 10.38 paper plates .........................................................50ct ...............$7.99
NN™ 8.75 paper plates .........................................................100ct ...............$8.99 FM Muffins assorted ............................. 12x110g ...... $3.99
FM Pie assorted .........................................................................1kg ............. $6.99
Kellogg’s Corn Flakes/Froot Loops/Corn Pops320-440g ..... $3.79 FM Angel cake .........................................................................283g ............. $4.99
Nutella spread med .................................................................375g ...............$3.79
Nescafe coffee instant rich blend ...........................................170g ...............$4.99 Breyers classic ice cream ...................... 1.66lt ...... $4.99
Christie/Oreo cookies assorted ...................................... 300-303g ...............$2.49 Popsicle Revello ice bars/fudge bars/tropical.................... 720ml ............. $4.99
NN™ Whipped Topping ............................................................ 1lt ............. $2.29
NN™ Bath tissue 24ea,NN Paper towel 6ea ........................... $4.49 McCain cake assorted .............................................................510g ............. $4.99
Quaker Instant oatmeal assorted ................................... 228-430g ...............$3.19 Tenderflake Pie Shell assorted................................................350g ............. $2.99
Mini Wheats white...................................................................700g ...............$5.79 MM Five Alive,Fruitopia,Limeade,Lemonade ................... 295ml ............. $1.49
Aunt Jemima Pancake Mix,Syrup assorted ...........................905g ...............$3.19 HL Pan sear cod savoury herb ...............................................540g ............. $9.99
Smuckers Jam NSA assorted ............................................... 310ml ...............$4.19 Casa Di Mama pizza assorted.................................................410g ............. $4.49
Kraft Peanut butter smooth ....................................................500g ...............$4.19

MEATS
PC™ Great Canadian coffee ...................................................930g .............$10.99
Tetley Tea orange pekoe .........................................................72ea ...............$5.49
Kell nutrigrain bars assorted ..................................................295g ...............$2.79
Gatorade assorted ............................................................ 6x591ml ...............$4.99
Ocean Spray cocktail assorted ................ 1.89lt ...... $3.49
Tetley iced tea lemon,Fruite Drink assorted ............................ 2lt ...............$1.59 Fresh whole chicken ......................................... $2.99/lb
Twizzlers assorted ........................................................... 300-400g ...............$2.99 Pork shoulder blade roast or steak boneless ......................................... $2.99/lb
Dare Bear Paws assorted ................................................. 168-240g ...............$2.49 Inside round beef roast ........................................................................... $4.49/lb
Leclerc celeb assorted .............................................................240g ...............$2.99 PC™ chicken nuggets or strip breaded .................................600g ............. $6.49
SnackPack pudding assorted ................................................ 4x99g ...............$1.29 NN™ Egg rolls meat CP .......................................................1.25kg ............. $8.49
Dole Fruit N Gel assorted ................................................... 4x123g ...............$2.49 NN™ wieners chicken ...........................................................450g ............. $1.49
Christie Bits & Bites original ...................................................175g ...............$2.49 NN™ chicken wing assorted ..................................................908g ........... $10.99
Chipits Chips assorted .................................................... 250-300g ...............$2.99 PC™ bacon ..............................................................................500g ............. $5.59
NN™ Peaches sliced syrup .................................................. 796ml ...............$2.99

PRODUCE
NN™ tomatoes plum/whole/diced/stewed/steamed ...... 796ml ...............$1.49
NN™ beans chick peas,Beans six blend ............................ 540ml ...............$1.49
NN™ Canned mushrooms assorted......... 284ml ...... $1.29
Ragu Original/ground beef .................................................. 640ml ...............$1.49
KD original ...............................................................................225g ...............$1.00
PC™ Seafood sauce tangy/mild.......................................... 250ml ...............$1.49 Strawberries .............................................................................. 2lb ............. $4.99
Bulls-Eye BBQ sauce assorted ............................................. 425ml ...............$3.79 GH XL Sweet peppers .................................4ct ...... $3.99
NN™ Croutons assorted .........................................................145g ...............$1.49 Mini seedless watermelon,Pineapple .......................................................... $4.99
Alcan Foil Wrap 50’..........................................................................................$3.49 Raspberries,Blueberries ................................................................................ $3.99
Pinesol Cleaner original/lavender ....................................... 1.41lt ...............$3.79 PC™ Mandarins ........................................................................ 3lb ............. $4.99
PC™ Dinner Napkins............................................................180ea ...............$5.49
Phil Cream cheese assorted ...................................................250g ...............$3.79
International Delieght coffee whitner assorted ................. 473ml ...............$2.79

LUCKY DOLLAR
NN™ natural cheese slices marble cheddar .........................230g ...............$3.99 ALL PRICES ARE PLUS GST, PST & OTHER LEVIES WHERE APPLICABLE *WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES

I Can’t Believe Its Not Butter margarine,Imperial ..454g ...... $2.49


Simply Orange juice,Gold Peak Iced tea ............................. 1.54lt ...............$3.99

BAKERY F O O
OPEN 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM, 7 DAYS A WEEK • 70 Main Street South, Minnedosa 867-2821
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Country Harvest bread assorted .........570-600g ........ 2.79 *PRICES AVAILABLE AT THE LUCKY DOLLAR IN MINNEDOSA ONLY