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The Minnedosa

Since 1883
Volume 137 Issue 16 Friday, June 28, 2019 90 cents plus tax

INSIDE Minnedosa’s Class of 2019

this week

38 Years With
Canada Post

Slade Fleury
On Manitoba
3 Photo by Nadine Dmytriw

Progress Being Made on Concerns Over Minnedosa Lake

By KAREN MITCHELL lake; Lake levels being erratic (up and down in levels due the dam’s structural stability.  The Town has also request-
to spillway leaking), Rapid increase in the number of ed that operations and recording of lake levels be turned

T he Friends of Lake Minnedosa (FOLM) is a group of

eight concerned citizens, volunteers and stakehold-
ers. The group consists of residents, cottagers, boaters,
weeds within lake and the north end of the lake silting in,
becoming unusable.
Several meetings and discussions have been had be-
over to Manitoba Infrastructure.
The lake currently sits at 1,681.5 feet above sea level
and with the increase of one foot, it will bring it to 1,682.5
fishermen, etc. who have watched the deterioration of tween the Town of Minnedosa and the group to discuss feet above sea level. “We are very pleased with the news
the lake in the last few years. “We can either be compla- several matters. Recently, during a Town Council meet- to raise the lake level,” stated McPhail. “It will help the
cent and stand by doing nothing, or we take action and ing, it was reported that upon discussions with Manitoba lakes health on several fronts; namely improve fishing,
try and save our lake,” explains Barry McPhail, FOLM Infrastructure and the Town of Minnedosa, the province help control weed proliferation, slow silting at north end,
member. has determined that operating levels of Minnedosa Lake and make boating and swimming better.”
The group has three key issues when it comes to the can be increased by one foot without negatively affecting Continued on Page 8

Celebrating 5 years!
Thank you Minnedosa and area for the opportunity to serve you.
2 Friday, June 28, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Elks Support Daycare Expansion Bloom Judges to Return


T he Manitoba Communities In Bloom (CIB) judges

will be returning to Minnedosa this summer. Dur-
ing their visit, on July 22nd, they will spend some time
assessing six categories; Tidiness, Environmental Ac-
tion, Heritage Conservation, Urban Forestry, Land-
scaped Ares and Floral Displays.
The local CIB committee hopes that residents will
help us prepare for this visit by tidying yards and pick-
ing up garbage as you find it on streets, boulevards,
ditches and anywhere they may find waste. The lo-
cal CIB committee also hope that residents will use
the proper disposal containers that are placed around
the community and will refrain from tossing personal
waste in the above mentioned areas.
Local residents are invited to join the CIB com-
mittee and judges at Tanner’s Crossing Park for at BBQ
wiener roast at 12 noon on the day of the judges visit.
Beginning on July 15th the local Communities In
Bloom will once again be choosing “Yards of the Week”
starting in the southeast quadrant of town, followed by
the southwest, northeast and lastly northwest. Yards
will be judged by their appearance from the streets.
Photo submitted by Neepawa Banner and Press

It’s Time to Celebrate Canada!


T he Manitoba Elks Foundation recently dispersed

proceeds from the sale of its annual Community
Cash Calendar. One of the local projects to benefit from
a generous donation was the Minnedosa Community By KAREN MITCHELL Monday, July 1st will
Child Care expansion project. Local Elk member, Archie kick off with a Mason’s
Smith and members of the Neepawa Elks branch recently
presented the project with a boost of $2,000.
A number of Minnedosa area residents purchase the
W e are only a few
short days away
from another spectacular
Breakfast at the United
Church and continue with a
sandcastle building compe-
annual cash calendar, allowing the Elks to give back to Canada Day Celebration tition, beach volleyball tour-
worthy projects in the community. in Minnedosa. Hosted by nament, Prairie Exotic Ani-
Each year, the Elks print 3,000 cash calendars and the Minnedosa and District mals kids zone, water wars,
for 2019 are giving back $11,720 in prizes. Last year, over Recreation Commission, valley cruisers car show,
$32,000 was distributed back to communities and proj- the day is jam packed with live music, dancing, beer
ects through the cash calendar. events for all ages to enjoy. gardens, bonfire and wiener
roast and the grand finale
of the fireworks (and that’s
just to name a few events!),
all held at the Minnedosa
Tribune file photo
Recreation Director,
Alexis Kuby, expressed “Its Face painting at last year’s Minnedosa
been a long time since I’ve Canada Day celebration.
been a part of the Canada
Day event at Minnedosa year’s event. I am looking A full schedule of Can-
Beach and I’m very eager forward to seeing everyone ada Day events can be found
to be a part of planning this there!” on Page 8.


When you support the businesses in your
home community, those businesses can
return the favour by providing donations
and sponsorships to events, attractions,
programs and athletics in your
community. Without your support,
those businesses cannot give
back to the things which make
a community a great place to live!
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Local Youth Earns Spot on Provincial Lacrosse Team

By KAREN MITCHELL given two lacrosse sticks was started by the First dedication and hard work
as a gift from a man named Nation’s people and was into it and it means so

L ocal youth, Slade

Fleury, has earned a
spot with Team Manitoba
Don Jacks, while visiting
a family friend. One day
he decided to pick up the
originally known as stick-
ball. The game was initially
played in the St. Lawrence
much to me. I could get a
spot on Team Canada if I
get scouted at Nationals.
Bantam Box Lacrosse out sticks, and from then on Valley area by the Algon- That’s huge!”
of Winnipeg, after just Fleury was hooked. Fleury quian tribe and they were Practices are held in
two seasons of playing the would also have no idea, followed by other tribes in Winnipeg every weekend
sport. Fleury started off by that today, Don Jacks is an the eastern half of North until mid August when
playing with the Neepa- assistant coach with the America, and around the team heads to Port Co-
wa Bulldogs in 2018 and Team Manitoba Bantam western Great Lakes. quitlam, BC for Nationals
just finished playing this Box Lacrosse team and Fleury drove to Win- August 20th to 24th. The
league season with the one of his current coaches. nipeg for try outs on May Nationals are Canada wide
Carberry Crush. Fleury Sometimes in life, things 24th, hoping to make the and if they win, they will
scored his first goal on come full circle. team. After multiple ses- receive a medal and the
their very first game on his Lacrosse is described sions, and huge determi- bragging rights of being
very first shot! as a team sport played nation, Fleury found out part of such an incredible
Slade, son of Jordan with a lacrosse stick and a he made the cut. “I was team.
and Christa Fleury, just lacrosse ball. Players use very happy, it was a lot of Keep an eye out in
finished grade eight and the head of the lacrosse work and I had to work future editions of The
is 14-years-old. Four years stick to carry, pass, catch, my butt off,” tells Fleury. Minnedosa Tribune for an
ago, with no inkling of and shoot the ball into the “I’m very proud to wear update on Slade’s National
playing the sport, he was goal. The sport of Lacrosse the jersey. I’ve put a lot of games.

Photo submitted

Two Killed in Slade Fleury will represent Minnedosa on the

provincial Bantam Box Lacrosse team.

Motorcycle Wreck
Do you have or know a child who could benefit from
receiving healthy food packs over the summer?!?
Registrations for this free program can be picked up
O n Monday, June 24th shortly before 11 a.m.,
Yellowhead RCMP responded to a collision
between a motorcycle and a deer near the com-
at Minnedosa United Church office
Tuesday - Friday
munity of Newdale on Highway #16 at PR #250.
The motorcycle was travelling eastbound on
9:00 - 12:00 and 1:00 - 3:00
Highway #16 when it collided with a deer. The Healthy food packs are provided to children over the
driver, a 64-year-old male, along with a 76-year- summer months. Pick up of food packs is at the
old female passenger, both from Strathclair, were
thrown from the motorcycle. Minnedosa Food Bank located in the United Church.
The female passenger was pronounced de- Pick up times will be prearranged
ceased on scene. The male driver was taken to
hospital but succumbed to his injuries. Locals
For more information contact
have identified the victims as Joy Bradley and Ron Stephanie 204-573-6262 or Carol 204-210-0209
Drugs and alcohol are not believed to be fac-
tors in this collision.
RCMP along with a Forensic Collision Recon-
structionist, continue to investigate.

Sponsored by Canada Food Banks and Minnedosa and Area Food Banks (15-2)

Tuesday @ 12 Noon
All dogs and cats within the Town of Minnedosa
*** TOmust BE be
Seagulls & Sandcastles
BY annually.
8:00 A.M. ***
A certificate of vaccination for rabies must be
MONDAY, produced
JULY 1STbeforeNO a license
GARBAGEis issued
2014 Dog & Cat licenses are available at the 127 Ta-wa-pit Dr. Clear Lake, MB
Office Collection includes
Owners of unlicensed Dogs & Cats,
Brandosa and Dogs
Cabin& Cats
running at large, as well as nuisance and vicious Summer Time Fun - Huge Tent Sale
WEDNESDAY, are subject
charges. A copy of animal
penalties and
by-law 2478 is
Collection Held every Saturday and Sunday
available at the Town Office
any person during
for examination by
regular hours. and
throughout the month of July
Garbage Collection
South End Recycling 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
The Town of Minnedosa
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Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Around Be Proud of Your Community


E very year, as the tourist season begins, I find it

refreshing to hear some of the compliments our
sans should be proud to have in their community.
These attractions are not only here for the enjoyment
of our local residents but also for out-of-town visitors.
Sadly, we often hear people complaining about
By Darryl Holyk community receives from out-of-town visitors. Too the condition of upkeep of some of these attractions
often, locals take these things for granted. Also, we and yes, some of them do need some attention and
often hear locals complaining about our community sprucing up to look their best. To anyone who might
fundraising account… sometimes to the point that it becomes frustrating
and I ask myself, “If Minnedosa is so terrible, why
have a complaint about something in our communi-
ty, I challenge you to step up and do something about
In addition to the online Go Fund Me account in sup-
port of the Michaelis family, who lost their home and be- is that person choosing to live here?” Certainly, our it. Instead of sitting back complaining that “someone”
longings in a devastating fire at Clanwilliam earlier this town is not perfect – I don’t think any community is. should do something with this or that, consider be-
month, Minnedosa Credit Union has also established a There are things that need some attention and there coming that “someone” – become a volunteer. Track
donation account for those who would like to donate but is always room for improvement. But, overall, I think down the person or group/organization in charge of
may not have access to the online account. we are extremely lucky to live here in Minnedosa and the place or attraction you have a concern with, ask
should be proud of what we have. Our community them how you can help and offer your time to help
has a lot more to offer than many other communities improve it. I have always been amazed at how much
Back home again… its size! can be accomplished in a short period of time by just
The Minnedosa Tribune welcomed a special visitor on It should be no secret that our greatest asset is our a small group of volunteers. If you are not happy with
Monday. Lorin Yakiwchuk dropped by to reminisce about lake and natural landscape of rolling hills. Not every something in your community, step up and try to do
his days growing up in Minnedosa and his early career in community has a lake, a spillway or a river running something to make it better.
advertising at The Tribune in the 1950s under Publisher through it. Working to maintain and improve our lake Minnedosa is also fortunate to have a strong
Earle Gordon. From here, Lorin moved on to The Brandon and river is something that is underway and of utmost selection of goods and services offered through our
Sun, then The Edmonton Journal and finally The Vancou- importance. Our lake, beach, campground and cot- business district. Whether it’s a Main Street business
ver Province. Lorin retired from the newspaper industry in tage areas draw people from near and far each sum- of small home-based business, there are a lot of ba-
1989 but still has many other irons in the fire! mer. This summer, we should see increased tourist sic necessities and unique merchandise available to
traffic with the recent opening of the new inflatable be purchased right here in town. While some small
water park on the lake. Hopefully, this private busi- towns have boarded up vacant commercial spaces,
Yes, please register… ness venture will be highly successful and will con- Minnedosa currently has a full business district. In
Although we had been told that there was no need for tinue to draw people to Minnedosa for years to come. order to keep the business district full we need to sup-
participants to pre-register for this year’s Summer Reading Once visitors are here there is a lot for them to port our local businesses as much as we can. Locals
Program at the Library for the article last week, we have check out. Minnedosa is fortunate to have many can also help but encouraging and directing out-of-
now been informed that, yes, people should pre-register if unique tourist attractions which are a direct result town visitors to check out what they can buy while
they wish for their child(ren) to participate. Registration is of caring, community-minded, hard-working volun- here in our community.
open now until July 20th so, yes, please pre-register! teers over many years! Walking trails, lookout towers, Whether you are a long-time resident, a new-
parks and playgrounds, the bison park, the Heritage comer or a seasonal visitor, take a moment to check
Village, flags across the dam, the CP engine and ca- out and enjoy the many things Minnedosa has to of-
Almost Fun Fest time… boose in Tanner’s Park and the golf course are just a fer. It truly is a great place to live or visit!
Next weekend will be another busy one for Minnedo- small sampling of numerous attractions Minnedo-
sa, with the return of our annual summer celebration – Fun
Fest! Originally started as the Manitoba Farmers Festival
in 1963, this summer celebration has become a much an-
ticipated Minnedosa tradition. A full schedule of events
The Minnedosa Tribune
appeared in last week’s Tribune and again in today’s edi-
tion. Be sure to cut it out or save it as the schedule will not
wishes all of its readers,
be appearing in next week’s paper.
Show your spirit... advertisers and print
I encourage my fellow business owners to decorate
their businesses to add to the Fun Fest atmosphere next customers a
weekend! Proudly show your community spirit.
Happy Canada Day!

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A Real Plan to Protect Our Environment

Dear Editor,

Letters to the
Third, is to take the
climate change fight global.
Ye O l d
A s the federal election ap- Climate change is a global

proaches, many people problem. It requires a global

have expressed their frustra- solution, and Canada has a
tion over the Liberal’s Car- leadership role to play.
bon Tax and environmental Our plan balances
policies that give big pollut- the need for Canada to fight
ers a special deal while forc- climate change by lowering
ing families to pay more to drive to work and heat their global emissions without compromising our core prom-
homes. Additionally, many have showed keen interest ise of leaving more money in Canadians’ pockets and
and anticipation awaiting to hear what Canada’s Conser- helping them get ahead. 1889 – Mr. Darrochs field of wheat was just put in
vative Party would do to protect our environment. For those seeking more information and details, the with a drill and has made thrifty growth. It is now 30
I’m excited that Canada’s Conservatives have a real entire plan can be accessed at: inches in height and promises an abundant yield.
plan to protect our environment. It’s a balanced ap- We live in one of the most beautiful constituencies in
proach to reduce emissions, conserve and protect our air, Canada with a diverse ecosystem, abundant wildlife and
land, water and wildlife, and fight climate change abroad. a treasured national park. Fortunately, come October, 1899 – Dr. Andrews has been appointed health of-
It’s built on three key policy principles. Canadians can elect a government that has a real plan to ficer for Clanwilliam municipality.
First, is to invest in green technology, not taxes. This protect our environment that we so deeply cherish.
is the best way to lower our emissions without imposing 1919 – The telephone exchange has resumed busi-
new taxes on Canadians.  Sincerely, ness following their sympathy strike.
Second, is to promote a cleaner and greener natu-
ral environment. I along with our Conservative team, Dan Mazier,
will work with farmers, hunters and anglers, Indigenous Conservative Party of Canada Candidate
1939 – Provincial officials are considering re-rout-
ing No. 10 highway to miss Minnedosa.
peoples, provinces, and territories to help protect our air, Dauphin-Swan River-Neepawa
land, water and wildlife. 
1959 – For the third year in a row, Minnedosa Mal-

A Lesson To Be
lards Water Ski Club is sponsoring speedboat races

Keeping Anglers
at Minnedosa Lake. Runabouts and hydroplanes will
race at speeds that reach 72 miles per hours.

Learned Safe on the Water

1969 – Minnedosa Safeway advertises three tins of
luncheon meat for $1.00 and one gallon of ice cream
for $1.39.

Dear Editor, SUBMITTED 1979 – Blake Jewellers is the new name for a busi-
ness that has served the community since the early

S hopping local is one of the most important factors

in keeping a small community vibrant. I must say
that I was completely disheartened and disappointed
J une 29th to July 7th marks National Fishing Week
in Canada. Lifesaving Society Manitoba and the
Canadian Safe Boating Council want to remind an-
1880s. Previous owners have included Mr. McIntyre,
Fred St. John, George Thompson, Sid Paler and George
to learn that our local Community Development Cor- glers wearing your lifejacket is even more important
poration did not use our local print shop/Minnedosa than wearing your ‘lucky fishing hat’. However, they
Tribune to print the new Valley Life brochures. both have to be worn to be effective. 1989 – Among the 17 retirees from Rolling River
Our local newspaper shares the events of our “In Manitoba, the lack of lifejacket use when School Division this year were Dr. Peter Neufeld
town and has helped to promote the new town logo they should be worn is a continuing issue,” says Life- (trustee), Velma Wayne (MCI teacher) and Irene Bur-
and branding in recent months. I can understand saving Society Manitoba Water Smart Coordinator ton (MCI Librarian).
their disappointment in learning that they were not Dr. Christopher Love.  “Manitoba continues to meet
considered or given the option of printing the Valley or exceed the National average with 86% of boating 1999 – Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal, Prin-
Life brochure. I hope our Community Development fatalities not wearing a lifejacket.” cess Anne, is planning an official visit to the Minnedo-
Corporation learns from this and realizes that keep- According to the Lifesaving Society’s Canadian sa venue during the upcoming Pan American Games.
ing their business local should be one of their top pri- Drowning Report over half (55%) of boating deaths
orities. occurred during powerboat use. The majority of
these victims were males between 20 and 60 years of
2009 – After 12 years of representing Dauphin-Swan
River-Marquette as Member of Parliament, Inky Mark
Sincerely, age, often out for a day of fishing.
has announced his retirement from federal politics.
Some anglers believe since they are good swim-
Stephanie Jordan mers having lifejackets onboard is good enough. But
Minnedosa, MB a lifejacket stored under a seat or up in the bow is
no help when the unexpected happens, like falling

overboard while trying to net a catch.
“National surveys show recreational sport fish-
Letters to the Editor ing is increasing yearly,” says Joe Gatfield, Chair of
the Canadian Safe Boating Council. “During Na-
tional Fishing Week, the Canadian Safe Boating
The Minnedosa Tribune welcomes Letters to the
Editor. All letters must include the writers full name,
address, and telephone number. Only the writer’s
Council would like to remind all anglers the majority
of drowning deaths are the result of not wearing life-
jackets and are from vessels less than 6m in length.
Rubber or
name will be published; address and phone number
are required for confirmation. Anonymous letters will
not be published. Letters that are deemed libelous,
It is important not only to have your lifejacket on the
boat, but to wear it as if your life depends on it. The
majority of drownings happen in lakes, rivers and
in bad taste, or describe an incident involving other


streams and are within assistance range.” The Minnedosa

people, will not be published.
Many of today’s anglers are delighted with life-
The Minnedosa Tribune reserves the right to
jacket models designed to suit their needs. They’re Since 1883
edit letters based on taste, legality, clarity, and
rugged, allow for freedom of movement to cast
length. Letters to the Editor can be submitted in
and are constructed with pockets for gear. Anglers
person, sent by mail to Box 930, Minnedosa, MB
should also check the label to make sure the lifejack-
R0J 1E0, by fax (204) 867-5171, or by email to
et or PFD is Transport Canada approved, the correct
size and fits snugly.
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Outdoor Movie Nights Come to Minnedosa

By CHANTELLE PARROTT Locally filmed A Dogs Pur- meeting for 2019 tourism local community groups to with growing the local Ambassador to help with
Economic Development pose will close out Heritage committee initiatives. The run the canteen for an eve- tourism economy, and social media and market-
Officer, Minnedosa Area CDC Day at the Heritage Village committee has been plan- ning, with the Minnedosa identifying/pursuing op- ing, and to promote the
Museum on August 17th, ning the evening events Beach Enhancement Com- portunities to improve community and Valley

T he Minnedosa Tour-
ism Committee kicks
off a series of four free
and the last outdoor movie
of the season, Secret Life
of Pets 2, plays September
through the spring, includ-
ing the purchase of an in-
flatable movie screen, hir-
mittee, Parent Advisory
Council (PAC), Minnedosa
Heritage Village Museum,
the visitor experience. It
is made up of seven indi-
viduals including Chair
Life at community events
and attractions throughout
the summer. Other tour-
outdoor movie nights on 1st at Minnedosa Beach. ing local sound technician and Minnedosa Fire De- Marlies Soltys, Council ism committee initiatives
the big-screen with the re- The movies will be shown Cam Farr, arranging can- partment accepting the of- Rep Mark Blais, Economic in 2019 include the recent
make of the classic cinema at dusk on a giant twen- teen services, and adver- fer. Canteen selections and Development Officer Ch- resurfacing of the Main
favourite, Mary Poppins ty-foot inflatable screen; tising. Movie licenses are prices will be set by each antelle Parrott, and Citi- Street fountain, re-build-
Returns set to play at dusk seating is not provided, required to publicly show group, with all funds be- zen Reps Lori Cooper, Erin ing of the beach volley-
on Sunday, June 30th at so movie-goers are asked any copyrighted content, ing raised to support each Woodcock, Shannon Alex- ball courts at Minnedosa
Minnedosa Beach. to BYOB – bring your own and were obtained from groups fundraising efforts. ander and Mitch Burgess. Beach, and development
July 20th, Captain blanket (and a chair)! Canadian-based Audio The Minnedosa Tour- The committee hired of the new Valley Life bro-
Marvel will be shown at The idea came up Ciné Films Inc. ism Committee is a com- local Brendan Snyder as chures.
Tanners Crossing Park. last October at a planning The group contacted mittee of council tasked the Valley Life Tourism

Newdale News
By RAVEN’S GLEN WI sentation on “zebra mus- down several enjoyed a petite! Visiting and renew- mer students and teach- Get well wishes to
sels”, and the efforts being walk on the beach! ing acquaintances was en- ers of Cardale School were Shelley Zahaiko following

W e’re sending birth-

day wishes to Eileen
Bradley for June 26th, Shir-
put forth to make sure this
very invasive aquatic spe-
cies does not enter the lo-
Members from New-
dale and Cardale Church-
es accepted the invitation
joyed by the “slightly older
grown-up” group, a lovely
morning with many thanks
invited back as 2019 marks
50 years since the closing of
this school. They were sell-
some minor surgery last
week. Our community
also sends wishes for con-
ley Pederson for June 27th cal lake. Unfortunately, a from Cadurcis last Sun- to Cadurcis congregation. ing “bricks” from the old tinuing improved health
and Fred Howard on 27th boat did not appear so we day to join them for their Congratulations to our school to put the names for Elgin Hall, as he takes
also. We wish all of you could see the procedure morning service and re- Newdale graduate, Tyler of teachers and students’ the summer break to recu-
many more birthdays to that must be followed be- main for a pot luck lunch. Dalke and with grandpar- names on, with plans to perate fully from his long
celebrate. fore that boat is allowed Elgin Hall ministers regu- ent connections in town to then erect a monument stay in hospital.
Newdale Raven’s Glen to launch. Because of the larly at Cadurcis, while Morgan Dereniwski (Dot from all the bricks. A new Gordon and Enid
WI hosted their June outing wind our tour out onto the doing monthly services Wareham) and Amber playground area was also Clark have some new little
on a very windy June 20th, newly completed dock was at both Cardale and New- Baker (Don and Pat Baker). opened on the south side visitors around their yard,
when we visited Shirley A. saved for another time! We dale. Following church We all wish you great suc- of Main Street across from a pair of great horned owl
Pedersen’s cabin at Sandy headed to Shirley’s cabin there were lots of activities cess in the coming years! the Co-op Store. At noon fledglings, now able to sit
Lake. All eight members where hostess’ Shirley and for the youngsters, will- Wendy Rose (student), a luncheon was served and sun themselves on a
and three individual mem- Wendy St. John served ingly assisted by a group of Willine Young (student) on the playground area. dead tree have made an
bers each invited a guest lovely desserts and rhu- “young grown-ups” join- and Shirley Pederson Lois Hyndman was emcee appearance. A mama deer
and our first stop was at barb punch. Much visiting ing in the fun. This was (teacher 68-69) attended when several folks with with two brand new twins
the beach kiosk. Here, Lisa and laughter wrapped up followed by a most boun- the celebrations in Car- connections to the school covered in spots and still
Rystephanuk gave us a pre- our day. As the wind died teous lunch at noon, filling dale last Saturday, through spoke about their experi- a bit gangly, are just brav-
all those worked- up an ap- wind, rain and cold! For- ences from those many ing it out into the yard with
years ago! Congratulations mom close by. This makes
19064BB2 to the committees who di- spring such a wonderful
Little Saskatchewan River
19064BB3 rected the celebrations. time of year!

Conservation District Tour

July 8, 2019 Need Business
Departs from the Rapid City Fair Grounds in
Rapid City at 9:00 a.m.
Travel by bus to visit a variety of project sites including ALUS projects Cheques Printed?
Rapid City Fairgrounds

Contact your local

Pre-registration required by Tuesday, July 2, 2019 printer for a quote!
Registration fee $15 per person
Lunch provided


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10 of 12 Lake Weed Species Identified

Continued from Page 1 Minnedosa last August and turn this summer to gather
took twelve different weed more weed samples and
In regards to the samples. During the win- see if he can identify all 12
groups second issue, the ter, McGoniga and his class species.
group reached out to two studied the weeds under The list of weeds iden-
different experts to help a microscope identifying tified in Minnedosa Lake
them identify and locate the species and to identify include; Water Weed,
the increased number of if it is invasive or a native Northern Water Milfoil,
weeds and identify current weed. From this study, Sago Pondweed, Rich-
issues. Candice Parks from 10 of the 12 weeds were ardsons Pondweed, Blad-
Manitoba Invasive Species positively identified and erwort, Coontail. Leafy
(Provincial Government all 10 were found to be in- Pondweed, Thread Leaf
Body) was contacted. crusted in an algae, which Pondweed (two different
Manitoba Invasive Spe- is unusual. Dr. McGonigal varieties) and Leafy Dan-
cies primary focus is zebra is currently looking at two dweed.
mussels. Upon inspection, different lakes, one being The Town of Minnedo-
there were no zebra mus- Minnedosa and the other sa has hired “Clean Water
sels found, so that was being Delta Marsh on the Pro” of Carman, to come
good news. shore of Lake Manitoba. out and complete a profes-
The second contact Similar weeds have been sional assessment on what
was Dr. Terry McGoni- found at both locations, they can do to improve the
gal who is a professor at however Minnedosa is the quality of Minnedosa Lake. Photo by Darryl Holyk
Brandon University. Dr. only one to have the algae “We were very encouraged
McGonigal came out to problem. The Dr. will re- by this news,” expressed Clean Water Pro has been hired by the Town of Minnedosa to complete
McPhail. a professional assessment on the quality of Minnedosa Lake.

Three Graduate From Adult Learning Centre


Activities O n the afternoon of

Saturday June 22nd,

July 1st
8:00 - 11:00 - Mason’s Breaky 2019 the Minnedosa Adult
(United Church) Learning Centre held its
10:00 - 2:00 - Sandcastle Building 2019 graduation ceremony
at the Minnedosa Legion
2:00 - 3:00 - Sandcastle Judging
Club Room.
11:00 - 7:00 - Lions Canteen This year’s three Ma-
12:00 - 5:00 - Kid’s Zone/Water Wars ture Student High School
2:00 - 4:00 - Valley Cruizers Car Show Diploma recipients were
David Benson from Clan-
2:00 - 2:30 - Expressive Dance
william, Krissy Kilgore
with Crystal
from Wellwood, and An-
at Dusk s
2:30 - 3:30 - Smith and Wesson drea Lukin from Neepawa.
3:30 - 4:00 - Zumba & Pound Demo The celebration began
with Solange with a supper by Sun Sun
4:00 - 5:00 - Luke Palson Restaurant, immediately
4:00 - 11:00 - Beer Gardens followed by the graduation
ceremony and the presen-
7:30 -10:00 - Bonfire and Wiener Roast
tations of the diplomas.
8:00 - 10:00 - Onanole City Limits The evening concluded
Photo submitted
with a graduation cake
We hope you will join us at the David Benson, Krissy Kilgore and Andrea Lukin. from the Minnedosa Heri-
Minnedosa Beach for a fun day for tage Co-op and a bit of so-
the entire family. cializing

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Dianne Retires After 38 Years of Service


A fter 38 years, Dianne

Assistant at Minnedosa

Canada Post, has decided

to hang up her uniform for
the last time. Officially re-
tiring on Wednesday, June
26th, her last day of work
was celebrated with coffee
and cake. The afternoon
retirement party provided
a chance for locals to help
Dianne celebrate, thank Tribune file photo
her for her service and
wish her well in the future. Dianne on the job
In 1981, Dianne se- in the 1990s!
cured part-time work at
Minnedosa Post Office Robertson retired, Dianne
under the supervision of took over his position as
local Postmaster Bob Wil- Senior Assistant. “Canada
lis. Dianne had actually Post is a great corporation
began working at the lo- to work for and I have en-
cal Post Office in 1979 as joyed my job tremendous-
a casual employee. Prior ly, it’s just time for my next
to that she worked at the chapter. I hope that retire-
Personal Care Home and ment is just as good!” joked Photo by Karen Mitchell
Royal Bank. As a young, Dianne.
new Canada Post employ- Dianne, along with anne is looking forward to last day on the job, Dianne
husband Mervin, have a spending more time on the said, “Wednesday will just Dianne Sandstrom is pictured with some of
ee, Dianne recalls working
daughter, Susan and four golf course, seeing more be a normal day, except her retirement gifts including framed art from
along-side Vi Perkins, Flo
McKinnon and Eleanor grandchildren. Now that of her family in the United that it will be the last day Canada Post and flowers from her daughter.
Ross. she does not have to go to States and just living a re- I need to wake up early for A come and go coffee party was held at the
In 2011, when Elgin work on a regular basis, Di- laxed lifestyle. Prior to her work. That will be so nice.” local post office Wednesday afternoon.

Saturday July 6
7:30 - 10:00 a.m. - Minnedosa Lion's Pancake Breakfast - Minnedosa Arena
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. - Fun Fest Street Market - 1st Ave SE (Tank Street)
- Sponsored by Parkline Automotive
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. - UCT BBQ - 1st Ave SE
11:00 a.m. - Fun Fest Parade - West down 3rd Ave SW, north on 2nd St SW, east down 2nd Ave SW, north down Main Street,
ends at Blazers. Sponsored by the Minnedosa Chamber of Commerce
Parade Marshal: Audrah Caughell
11:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. - Covenant Church Luncheon - Covenant Church Parking Lot
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. - Minnedosa United Church Luncheon - Minnedosa United Church Hall
12:00 - 8:30 p.m. - Beer Gardens - Minnedosa Arena
12:00 p.m. - Minnedosa Senior Bombers Ball Hockey Tournament - Minnedosa Arena Co-ed event,
two age categories (15 and under and 16+). For more info or to register,
call Matt at 868-6886
12:00 p.m. - Minnedosa Legion Lunch - Minnedosa Legion
Friday July 5 12:00 - 3:00 p.m. - Valley Cruizers Car Show 1st Street SE
12:00 - 4:00 p.m. - Fun Fest Family Zone - Tanner's Park - Sponsored by Minnedosa Credit Union
12:30 p.m. - Music in the Park at Tanner’s Park
10:00 a.m. - Kid's Bike Decorating - west of the Personal Care Home on 12:30 p.m. - Karlheinz the Bubbleman! - Minnedosa Community Conference Centre (MCCC)
3rd ve A SW
11:00 a.m. - Kid's Bike Parade - east down 3rd Ave SW from PCH, turns north 2:00 p.m. - Eric the Juggler - Tanner's Park (bad weather location, MCCC)
on Main Street and ends at Tanner's Park 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. - Minnedosa Legion Bingo - Minnedosa Legion
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. - Minnedosa and Area Recreation 3:00 p.m. - Hot Dog Eating Contest - Tanner's Park (arrive 10 mins early if participating)
Commission BBQ in Tanner's Park 9:00 p.m. - 2:00 a.m. - Fun Fest Social ft Better Than - $10, no minors
12:00 - 3:00 p.m. - Kid's Activities - Tanner's Park
4:00 - 10:00 p.m. - Free Glow Bowling (16 and under at Minnedosa
Bowling Alley - sponsored by Minnedosa Credit Union and
Sunday July 7
Minnedosa Bowl)
10:30 - 11:30 a.m. - Yoga at the Beach, gentle flow - pavillion -
5:00 - 7:00 p.m. - Minnedosa Farmer's Market - Covenant Church sponsored by Boho Soul Market
parking ot l 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. - Minnedosa Farmer's Market -
6:00 - 8:00 p.m. - Rotary Supper - Minnedosa Arena Tennis courts at beach

8:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m. - FREE Friday Night Family Dance - 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. - Yoga at the Beach, fast flow - pavilion -
sponsored by Boho Soul Market
Minnedosa Arena ft. Clubbing Fraggles,
2:00 p.m. - Fun Fest 50/50 Draw -
bouncy castles, Senior Bombers Giant at the Farmer's Market
Pong Tournament and more
10 Friday, June 28, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Sandy Lake News

By diane Bachewich Yanchycki who celebrated was surprised on Monday Darlene and husband Ken tended the funeral of Lena when she was finally called
their 60th wedding anni- morning when she saw are both entirely vegan, be- Kaminsky in Winnipeg. into the office the nurse

S ympathy is extended to
the Andrew Fedorkie
family on the passing of
versary with their family
on June 27th.
Allan and Nancy Der-
Smokey the bear drinking
the hummingbird feed out
of the feeder on her deck.
lieving among other things
that it is a healthier way to
eat. They became vegetar-
Whenever this lady
would go to the doctor she
would complain long and
said “I need to get your
weight today”. Without a
moment’s hesitation she
Andrew at the Sandy Lake hak of Riding Mountain He was very calm, cool and ians over 40 years ago and loud about the wait she replied “One hour and 45
Personal Care Home. Fu- are spending a week’s holi- collective like he owned are now Vegan. Darlene had to endure. One day minutes!”
neral was held here at day at their camper here at the place. teaches tips and recipes to
St. Michael’s Orthodox the Lions Campground. Darlene Porter (Coul- those interested in a vegan
Church with interment at Francis Kuzmak, Pat son) spent the weekend in diet.
the Municipal Cemetery.
Jean Derhak of Win-
nipeg spent the weekend
Bobiak and Sonja Hasiuk
all attended the funeral on
their cousin Lena Kamin-
Winnipeg where she con-
ducted a vegan cooking
workshop and luncheon.
Chad Davies along
with his mom and dad,
Doug and Liz Davies at-
Cadurcis News
with son John and Sherrie sky (Bachewich) in Winni-
Antonation and other fam- peg on Saturday. By doreen TroTT memory of the men form
ily members. She also took Ernie and Mary Hu- Minnedosa who served
in the Church Prasnick at
Horod and visited with her
sister in-law Helen Der-
sel of Dauphin took in the
Church Prasnick at Horod
on Saturday and visited
Basswood News C ongratulations to Jody
Davis and Caitlyn
Holman who graduated
their country in time of
conflict. Among repre-
sented were Cliff McMa-
hak. with Elsie Kristolovich at from MCI on Friday. Other nus, Steve Clark, Alex Abel,
Robert Mandzuk the Shoal Lake Care Home. By Zelda FirBy graduates with Cadurcis George McMillan and Bob
picked up his wife Liz on Jeff Osadec of Calgary ties were Katelyn Brown, Templeton. The idea of
Saturday at the Winnipeg
airport, who will be joining
him for a holiday here.
is out visiting with dad
Laurence Osadec who is
in the Minnedosa Hospital
C ongratulations and Good Luck to Keely Rose, Kate-
lyn Brown, Josh Kingdon and Jordyn Firby who grad-
uated from Grade 12 on Friday from Minnedosa Colle-
Jordyn Firby, Carter Greig,
Joshua Kingdon, Abby Ol-
son and Keely Rose. We
the banners began in New
Brunswick a few years ago.
Minnedosa Legion de-
Congratulations and with mom Barb. giate Institute. were pleased that Abby serves credit for sponsor-
to Wally and Francis Diane Bachewich On Saturday, a baby shower was held for Hazel Mary Olson was named female ing this activity here.
Ellen, daughter of Haydn and Lacie Donohoe at the Bass- athlete of the year and Eve Graham and Judy
wood Hall. Hazel received many lovely gifts and all pres- Katelyn Brown was vale- McManus of Brandon, Al-
Have a news tip ent enjoyed a time of visiting and refreshments. dictorian. All the best in lan McManus and Randy
or story idea? Zelda Firby travelled to Erickson during the past the future grads! and Nancy Smith joined
week to visit with Marvin Sillen and Grace Yerex and Ron A number of rela- their mother Muriel in
Let us know! and Margaret Sweet of Calgary. The Sweets helped with tives of veterans gathered honouring a banner in
preparation for the auction sale. to honour a banner in memory of Cliff McManus.


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Terry’s Home Enrich- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the matter of the Es-
ment Maintenance. T.H.E.M.
tate of Donald Charles Taylor,
cell 868 8088 (
MINOR REPAIRS and MAIN- late of Minnedosa, Manitoba, TO: LESLIE GUY HOWARD
TENANCE in your home! Deceased. Be advised you have been named in Rossland Supreme Court
High quality painting  (Inter- All claims against the Action No. 13825 in a Petition under the Adoption Act. Service
ior and Exterior), Fix-it jobs. above estate, supported by
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STEEL BUILDINGS gan Supleve, Acting Estates Corporation, Attention Jesse Gelber, at 1432 Bay Avenue, Trail, BC
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June, 2019.
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One End Wall Included. Pi- The Public Guardian and
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WE’RE A GREAT TEAM Town of Minnedosa
looking for Journeyman Elec-
trician Southern Manitoba The Town of Minnedosa is accepting tenders for:
and Nunavut. Competitive
RFQ 2019-05
and overtime wages. Please
Hay Land Minnedosa and Erickson Collegiates
Need call 204-248-2462 or email General information: are accepting applications from
Cash? enthusiastic volunteers
• We Loan The Town of Minnedosa has approximately 32 acres of alfalfa to join our Chancellor Hockey
• Easy application hay land available for rental. Rentals must be submitted on a
• Approval with Coaching Team
Class 1 company drivers per acre basis. Rental shall be on a yearly term renewable if
collateral wanted to haul bulk liquid
• Title Loans products throughout MB, SK, both parties are in agreement. • season begins in October and runs through to mid-March
• No Credit Check AB and the US. • 24 league games in Westman High School league
• We service ALL of Competitive pay structure,
The area is reserved for future housing development and area
Dedicated dispatch, Well may vary as construction progresses. • 3-4 tournaments
maintained equipment, • team practices a minimum of once a week
Call Dan Devloo Comprehensive benefits All distance measurements are approximate and will
(204) 526-7093 package. One year
require verification by the contractor. We are looking to build a coaching team of 4-6 to lead our
of Commercial driving
CAI Financial
experience required. players in developing hockey skills and sportsmanship in an
Unit K - 2151 Portage Ave. Tender package available for pick up at the Town Office or by
Winnipeg MB Contact us or submit your environment of respect and discipline. resume: emailing
Phone: 204.571.0187 To express your interest in coaching Chancellor Hockey, please
Any enquiry concerning the content of this Request for
Email: recruiting@ submit your qualifications to
AGRICULTURE Quotation should be directed to Kevin Marcino at 204-867-
Fax: 204.727.6651 0037 or Deadline: July 31, 2019
Or submit an online
POST FRAME application @ Sealed Tenders marked “Hay Land” will be accepted at the Only successful applicants will be contacted for interviews. Town of Minnedosa’s Civic Centre, 103 Main Street South, Box
that stand the 426 Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 until 4:30 p.m. on Friday, June 7,
test of time. VOLUNTEERS 2019.
Barns Fax: (204) 867-2686 Email: OFFICE COORDINATOR
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LOOKING FOR A FULL TIME Kay was born on September 15th, 1925, to William George Akehurst and Eileen (nee Shilito) Akehurst, at Paygate Cottage,
ENERGETIC, TEAM ORI- Ringmer, Sussex, England.  In 1928 a brother, Arthur George joined the family. They were a happy family, until the anxiety of War
ENTED EMPLOYEE WHO came and much changed. Her Father (Grandad to us children) enlisted in the Army, and later, her brother (Uncle Arthur) enlisted in
CAN JOIN US. IT’S DENTAL the Navy.  Kay at 14 years, trained as a Children’s Nurse, and cared for orphans and evacuated children for 2 years. At that time, she
HELP. VERY GOOD WAGES, moved on, to serve in The National Fire Service, stationed near home, in Lewes Sussex, England. During those years, she met her
FULL TRANING WILL BE handsome soldier and future husband, David Norman Wagner, 3RD CANADIAN DIVISION SIGNALS, from Minnedosa, MB, Can-
TO OR On July 1st, 1943, Dave and Kay were married in Ringmer, Sussex. In 1944, two weeks after D Day, Dave with his Division, was
CALL 204-963-8865. x sent to France and from there they moved up the coast to other locations.
On July 15th, 1944, daughter Shirley was born and  Mum waited for almost a year for Dad to meet his daughter, which finally
CARD OF THANKS happened, in June 1945. After an all too short visit, Dad went back overseas, and very shortly after that, Peace was declared. Later in
1945, Dad visited his family in Ringmer and then set sail for Canada.
In February 1946, Mum and Shirley sailed from Liverpool to Canada on the HMS SCYTHIA. About two days later, during a
St. Mark’s Anglican storm at sea, the ship broke down, and had to be towed back to Belfast, Ireland, for repairs. The trip from there forward, was smooth, and ten
Church parish family would days from the original departure, they docked in Halifax, Nova Scotia, at PIER 21.  In short order, they and many others, were on the train, and headed west, making
like to thank Minnedosa and many stops along the way, where Mothers and children, got off to face their unknown future!
area residents for their con- Mum and Shirley were met in Winnipeg by Dad and after a few days, made their way to Minnedosa, where they were met by several of Dad’s family, and sub-
tinued support in helping sequently, many others from firstly, the Willow Grove community.
make our annual fundraising Over the years, Dad and Mum’s family grew to include, Christine Ann, Garry Stephen, Donna Lyn, Beverly Jean, Terrygail, and, lastly, wee Timothy David, who
efforts such a success. Bless arrived and stayed with us for only a few short hours, but left his touch on the hearts of all of us. We all have rich memories of Dad and Mum’s love and care, for each
you all! Have a wonderful of us over many years!
summer! It was Mum’s delight to keep in touch with other warbrides and to meet many more over the years, with whom she had so much in common. Mum became a
member of the Saskatchewan and later on, the Manitoba Warbride Associations and a highlight for her was their Annual gathering each year.
MISCELLANEOUS Life began on The Farm!  So much was new and different, and even frightening at times.  Family and good neighbours did much to help with this new lifestyle,
and that was remembered by Mum for all the years since.  Mum loved to tell her story, and gave much credit to her in-laws and neighbours, for good natured help
in her new life as a farmer’s wife.
Let us be thankful for the   Dad and Mum, lived in many locations over the years, as life brought changes. Willow Grove School District, Minnedosa, Gilbert Plains, Brandon, Biggar, SK
institution of the Christian and lastly, Souris, MB.
Sabbath. It is a thing wherein  Mum kept her ties with her homeland very much “alive,” and over the years made several  trips back to England, one of the most memorable being in 1960,
God has shown His mercy to when she could show Shirley all the things, places, and many of the people that Shirley had no memory of, but had heard about all her life. It was Mum’s delight,
us and His care for our souls. that some of her grandchildren also visited her homeland, over the years.
He shows that He, by His in- It was also a joy to Mum to have firstly, her mother visit Canada in 1957, her brother Arthur, a couple of years later, and over the years, her three Aunties, Sister
finite wisdom, is contriving in-law Judy,  as well as nieces, Sally and Nicola. Several cousins also came to Canada. John and Jean Akehurst, Karen Akehurst and Di and Mel Watts. One sure way
for our good as Christ teaches to get Mum’s attention was to have an English accent or for her to find out that one had English history, or had visited there!!
us that the Sabbath was made Dad and Mum enjoyed the friends they made in every location in which they lived. We children soon learned, that “home” was where Dad and Mum were liv-
for man. It was made for the ing, and we too, enjoyed their friends over the years!
profit and comfort of our Dad and Mum instilled in all of us, a Love and Respect for God. They were very active in their church, wherever they were living, participating in church activ-
souls. Jonathan Edwards ities and making many and enduring, friends!
Mum was predeceased, by our Dad in 2005, (her husband of 62 years), her two daughters, and wee son. Terrygail in 1989, Timmy in 1964, Beverly in 2016, Her
ANNOUNCEMENTS parents, George and Eileen and her Brother Arthur, as well as Sons in-law Wendell Watchorn and Arnold Simpson.
She is survived by her remaining children, and spouses Shirley, (Souris, MB), ChrisAnn, and Mel Brown (Brandon, MB), Garry and Delores Wagner (Innisfail,
AB), Dennis and Donna Shaw (Hinto, AB), and  Dean Murray (Gilbert Plains, MB), sister in-law, Judy Akehurst, Nieces, Sally Wood and Nicola Akehurst-Curzon, sis-
ters in-law, Irene Sigurdson and Lillian Wagner, and numerous cousins in England. Mum was Very Proud of her Grandchildren and Great grandchildren.   Shirley’s
family, Tim and Gloria (Kelsey and Liam) Chestermere, AB, Donavon and Nora Hill, West St Paul, MB (Brandon and Danielle, Hill, Winnipeg, Kristen, Ottawa, ON,
Amy, Regina, SK, and Spencer) , Kevin and Ila Rhodey (Shayla ,Jared) Selkirk, MB, ChrisAnn,’s family; Karrie Smyth (Carter, Taylor) Brandon, MB , Roger and Leanna
Watchorn (Brendon and Kennedie, Carly Lyn, Ty) Minnesota, USA, David, Watchorn, Singapore. Garry’s family, Allison and Scott Cannam, Innisfail, AB, Ron and
Power Builder Karolyn Spence (Colby, Ethan) Eckville, AB, Adam and Dana Loucks (Adison, Wyatt) Red Deer, AB, Donna’s family Cory and Crystal Michie, (Hannah, Ryker, Ever)
Advertising Hinton, AB, Kevin and Tammy Shaw (Dana, Davi) Hinton, AB. Beverly’s family, Bob and Pauline (Madden, Emmett) Dauphin, MB, Errol and Abby Karlson (Storm,
WORKS! Boston, Forrest) Dauphin, MB, TerryGail’s family, Andrew and Breanna Yeo (Jasper, Nathalia), Sherwood Park, AB, Kevin and Ashley Winkel (Ava Grace, Jackson)
Sherwood Park, AB, Jordan and Michelle Esau (Annalee, Reid, Grace) Chilliwack, BC.
• GET SEEN by over   Mum missed Dad very much, but she involved herself with people and kept busy. Her move to The Souris Personal Care Home, was the hardest move she
400,000 Manitoba made, but when all the facts were in front of her, she made the choice herself. As is not uncommon in such cases she often wanted to go back to the Lodge, but
Homes! gradually she accepted her lot and a precious memory is her statement a short while ago “This is my home now!” Mum valued her caring Doctor and cheerful care
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Southwest Crop Report Running on

Print jobs can take up to
MB Agriculture Most fields were able to ed wheat and oats at flag of weed control. below average heat unit
absorb this moisture but leaf and some fields are Soybeans are in the accumulation. Sunflower 2-3 weeks to complete.

R ecent rainfall has

helped crops and for-
ages over the entire South-
some pockets near Killar-
ney and Brandon have
some standing water in the
starting to head out. Most
producers have completed
weed control and are look-
second to third trifoliate,
with some of the later sown
beans in the first trifoli-
staging is often variable
within the same field,
ranging from cotyledon to
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west region. Crops have fields that should dissipate ing at fungicide applica- ate. Most producers have V6. Cutworm feeding ac- 204-867-3816
responded and now some within a day or two. tion if the crop conditions completed the first pass of tivity has decreased.
warm days and evenings Peas are looking warrant. Some leaf disease weed control on soybeans Pastures growing but
will help in crop devel- promising and most fields (tan spot and septoria) is and some have started the are past satisfactory re-
opment. There has been will be flowering at the end starting to show up after second pass. Some iron growth potential. Some
a quantity of moisture of this next week. No major recent rain events. deficiency chlorosis (IDC) producers have sown
generally adequate for disease or insect issues to Canola has started to symptoms showing up in greenfeed crops to supple-
crop growth throughout report of so far, following cabbage and close the crop some fields – early symp- ment feed supplies.
the region but the Melita, earlier flea beetle and cut- canopy. Most fields have toms appear to be variety Alfalfa growth has
Ninette, Sinclair, Pierson, worm outbreaks. progressed to the point dependent. been slow, but shows
and Rivers areas received The majority of cereal of outgrowing insect is- Corn and sunflowers promise for a decent sec-
more than 45 mm over the crops are approaching flag sues. Most producers have are progressing but devel- ond cut if recent rainfall
course of this past week. leaf stage with early seed- started their second pass opment is delayed due to patterns continue.

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NN Processed Slices assorted .................................................500g ...............$4.28 Broccoli .......................................................................................................... $2.49
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Tropicana No Pulp juice 100%.............................................. 2.63lt ...............$6.25 FM 2lb Carrots or yellow onions 3lb ............................................................ $2.49
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Source Yogurt str/fld/rasp/pch ..............................................100g ...............$6.49 Sweet potatoes .......................................................................................... $1.29/lb



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