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By JENNIFER PAIGE
F
ourteen decorated train cars, a travelling stage, and
hundreds of thousands of LED Christmas lights are
on their way to town. Te Canadian Pacifc Holiday
Train has hit the rails stopping in over 150 communities
across its network. With a variety of musicians in-tow,
the Holiday Train will also present more than 150 free
concerts.
Te CP Holiday Train will be arriving in Minnedosa
on Tuesday, December 3rd at 7:45 p.m. Tose attend-
ing are asked to gather on the North side of the rail road
tracks, west of the historic Minnedosa station.
Tis years train presents one of the most recog-
nized Canadian county acts, Doc Walker. Te group has
received multiple Canadian Country Music Awards as
well as Juno Awards. Teir new single, Put It into Drive
was released in March of this year and a forthcoming
studio album will be released in early 2014.
See Holiday Train on Page 11
Holiday Train
arrives Tuesday
Tribune Archives
Te Canadian Pacif c Holiday Train returns
to Minnedosa Tuesday. Te train is pictured
above during its last visit in 2011.
By JENNIFER PAIGE
O
n Tuesday afternoon students from Mr. Lambs
grade 3/4 class perused a variety of books set
out by the Scholastic Book Fair. Over the course of the
week every classroom had a chance to scan through
the reading titles and purchase the books or make a
wish list for parents.
Te bookfair is held annually in co-ordination
with parent teacher interviews and is supervised by
volunteers from Parent Council.
Tanners Crossing School has set a goal of $5,500
in book sales with an extra motivation if they meet
the goal, the principals will be dressing up on Friday
in Egyptian themed costumes to correspond with the
book fair theme.
Every classroom was also gifted $50 towards new
books and each class held a draw for one child to win
a free book.
Photo by Jennifer Paige
Book shopping
Squires murder set to
go to trial in January
See Page 3
Josh Gowler, Cody Calen and Treyce Baron scope out some of the top titles at
Tanners Crossing Elementary Schools Book Fair.
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O
n Tursday, November 21st the
Minnedosa District Health Auxiliary
held its annual tea at the Minnedosa Per-
sonal Care Home.
Open to the public, many came and
enjoyed an afternoon of tea and baking as
well as a variety of diferent auctions.
Te Health Auxiliary utilizes the
tea as a fundraiser. Te proceeds stay in
Minnedosa and assist with purchasing
equipment for the hospital and various
health related associations as well as edu-
cational scholarships.
By JENNIFER PAIGE
I
n early October, Mani-
toba Hydro announced
the closure of 24 rural of-
f ces with the Minnedosa
of ce slated for closure in
2017. But to the surprise
of many in the commu-
nity the customer service
aspects of the local Hydro
of ce will be closed much
sooner than 2017.
As of January 15th,
2014 customer services
such as bill payments and
electrical wiring permits
will no longer be available
at the Minnedosa location.
Te front counter is
being closed this January
at all of the 24 of ces, but
staf members who repair
lines and the engineering
department will still be
working out of these lo-
cal of ces after January,
explained Glen Schneider,
division manager of pub-
lic af airs with Manitoba
Hydro. It is dif cult to
say how long they will be
working out of the of ces,
but the plan is to have the
of ce completely closed by
March 2017. It may occur
before that, but that is the
latest date that the of ce
will be occupied.
Customer service
staf will be consolidated
to other customer service
centres, for those who
worked at the Minnedosa
branch, this likely means a
transfer to Neepawa.
I believe there are
discussions going on with
employees about where
they will report to. Tey
may choose to move or live
in Minnedosa and com-
mute for work, continued
Schneider. If they choose
not to relocate they can
apply for other positions
within Manitoba Hydro
where there are openings.
If we cant accommodate
them through that route
then they will have the
option of choosing not to
work with us.
Many in the commu-
nity have found the an-
nouncements of the of ce
closures to be misleading
or confusing, but Manitoba
Hydro insist that they ap-
proached the announce-
ment with consideration
for all parties.
Tere were only a
couple of days between the
staf being notifed and the
new release going out to
the general public, but that
was done for the purpose
of not causing rumours to
get out there. Some of the
community leaders were
upset with us not consult-
ing with them frst, but
if we had done that we
would have been releas-
ing information before the
staf was aware, so that was
something that we could
not undertake, explained
Schneider.
Manitoba Hydro
claims that consolidating
staf will enhance service
delivery while strengthen-
ing the ability to respond
to electrical outages and
meet growing mainte-
nance requirements and
that the of ce closures are
part of a corporate-wide
efort to increase ef ciency
and attempt to optimize
resources in order to avoid
altering electricity rates.
Tese are tough deci-
sions, we have had of ces
in many of these com-
munities for a long, long
time, but most of these
structures are at least 40
years old and we needed to
modernize them in terms
of changing technology
and changing customer
preferences, added Sch-
neider. We had a fgure
of about 20 million dollars
on an ongoing basis for the
changes that were neces-
sary as well as another 50
million dollars for main-
taining and renovating
these of ces over the next
decade.
Manitoba Hydro will
be addressing alternative
customer service options
in a letter to customers be-
fore January.
As part of our prepa-
ration we are notifying
all of the people that paid
their bill at the local of ce
with a letter that will out-
line their options in terms
of bill payments. Usu-
ally the local pharmacy is
utilized as an authorized
agent and can accept bill
payments, explained Sch-
neider.
Bill payment options
will include telephone or
internet payments, pre-
authorized arrangements
or at local banks, credit
unions or authorized
Manitoba Hydro agents,
however, charges may ap-
ply.
Customers may also
pay bills at the remain-
ing customer service cen-
tres which include Lac du
Bonnet, Morden, Stein-
bach, Selkirk, Portage La
Prairie, Arborg, Neepawa,
Russell, Virden, Ashern,
Dauphin, Swan River,
Brandon, Killarney and
Winnipeg.
Manitoba Hydro re-
mains committed to serv-
ing all our customers,
including those in your
community, added Sch-
neider.
Manitoba Hydros Front Counter Closure
Tea time at PCH
Photo by Jennifer Paige
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By JENNIFER PAIGE
T
he 2014 Minnedosa
and Area Recreation
Commissions Sports Din-
ner will host Olympic gold
medalist, Jon Montgomery
as its keynote speaker.
Jon has recently
grown a bit of popular-
ity through hosting the
amazing race and he is a
well-known Canadian gold
medalist. Because of his
Manitoba roots we thought
that he would be a good ft
for the event, said Jolene
Young, recreation director
with the Minnedosa and
Area Recreation Commis-
sion.
Te dinner will take
place on April 5th, 2014 and
the recreation commission
hopes that Montgomery
will draw a crowd.
We were really just
looking for someone that
would be exciting to listen
to. He is a very entertain-
ing individual and seemed
quite interested in coming
and speaking. He is a good
sport when it comes to sup-
porting things in Manito-
ba, added Young.
Montgomery was born
in Russell, Manitoba in
1979. He was inspired to
take on the sport of skel-
eton after a visit to the Ca-
nadian Olympic Park.
He immediately fell
in love with the sport and
began competing competi-
tively, enjoying quick suc-
cess.
In his rookie season,
Montgomery won a bronze
medal at the World Cup in
2006 and later went on to
fnish in the top ten, three
more times during the sea-
son. He fnished sixth over-
all in the World Cup stand-
ings that year.
In his sophomore sea-
son, he achieved fve po-
dium fnishes including his
frst World Cup victory and
a silver medal at the World
Championships.
Montgomery earned a
gold medal in mens skel-
eton at the 2010 Winter
Olympics in Vancouver,
B.C.
At 34 years old, Mont-
gomery now resides in
Calgary, AB. He took the
2011-2012 season of from
competition to focus on
sled development. He also
recently showcased his love
of activity and adventure
as the host of the Amazing
Race Canada.
Montgomery will re-
turn to the world of skel-
eton this season with the
ultimate goal of defending
his Olympic title at the 2014
Olympic Games in Sochi,
Russia.
In past speaking en-
gagements, Montgomery
has spoke about various
topics from living outside
of your comfort zone to his
personal story of being a
small town boy from Mani-
toba, who grew up playing
hockey and what inspired
him to become an Olympic
Champion.
Along with an exciting
keynote speaker, the recre-
ation dinner will also hold
a number of giveaways and
auctions.
Sponsorship packag-
es and tickets will be on sale
in the next coming weeks,
stated Young.
Exciting Speaker Scheduled for Sports Dinner
By JENNIFER PAIGE
T
he trial for the man
accused of murdering
a Minnedosa couple 25
years ago has been set for
January 22nd, 2014.
Wilda (Jury) Squires
was born in 1923 in Kel-
wood, MB. She moved to
Minnedosa in 1950 and
lived in the community
with her husband, Law-
rence Jury. Te couple
was active in the commu-
nity and enjoyed wintering
south in Texas for a num-
ber of years. Lawrence Jury
passed away in 1983.
While wintering in
Texas, Wilda met Evan
Squires, a fellow travel-
ling Canadian. Evan was
born in London, England
in 1917. At eight years old
he moved to Regina, Sas-
katchewan and later went
on to serve as a pilot in the
Royal Canadian Air Force
during World War II. Te
couple was married in
Minnedosa on June 7th,
1986.
In October of 1988, the
Squires left their Minnedo-
sa home for their winter
getaway in Texas.
On the evening of No-
vember 13th, 1988 the el-
derly couple was asleep in
their mobile home at the
Magic Valley RV Park in
Weslaco, Texas.
Te couple was awo-
ken by intruders who were
attempting to rob the RV.
Neighbours heard shots
fred and Evan, 70, and
Wilda, 65, were later found
and pronounced dead
shortly after 11:30 p.m.
Tracks leading away
from the trailer led investi-
gators south, but were lost
about seven kms south of
Weslaco, in the direction of
the Mexican border. Inves-
tigators believed the sus-
pects had a vehicle waiting
for them.
Te town of Weslaco,
population 30,000, be-
came concerned about the
senseless double murder
and many in the commu-
nity came together to ofer
a reward for any informa-
tion that would help solve
the case.
No leads were found
and the money was later
allocated to a Crime Stop-
pers program which later
led to more than 727 ar-
rests, 714 solved cases and
more than 26 million dol-
lars in seized narcotics.
During the investiga-
tion, feces were found on
a pair of shorts on the foor
of the room where the two
elderly vacationers were
murdered. Te DNA was
turned over to a crime lab
and then added to a law
enforcement database, but
at the time no leads were
found.
Two decades later, a
man by the name of Arturo
Almaguer was arrested in
Grand Rapids, Michigan
for an unrelated charge
of robbery. Blood drawn
from the Almaguer dur-
ing the booking process in
2012 was then entered into
a database which linked
it to the DNA found at the
1988 crime scene.
Almaguer, now 43, was
held in custody in Kent
County Jail until early No-
vember, 2012 where he was
extradited to Weslaco, Tex-
as and charged with Capi-
tal Murder for the 1988
double homicide. At the
time of the 1988 crime the
accused would have been
18 years of age.
Almaguer is currently
being held in custody in
Hidalgo County Jail on
$1 million bond while he
awaits the January 22nd,
2014 trial date.
Prosecutors have had
a dif cult time prepar-
ing for the trial due to the
length of time that has
passed since the crime.
Te Pathologist who con-
ducted the autopsies is no
longer available, nor are
other key fgures who were
involved at the time of the
crime However, prosecu-
tors have gathered experts
from around the nation to
testify.
If convicted of Capital
Murder, Almaguer could
face the death penalty or
life in prison without the
chance of parole.
In the state of Texas,
Capital Murder is the most
serious crime that one can
be charged with. Texas also
holds the highest record in
the United States for ex-
ecuting prisoners.
Long-Awaited Murder Trial Slated for New Year
Olympic Gold
Medalist,
Jon Montgomery
4 Te Minnedosa Tribune Friday, November 29, 2013
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Dear Editor,
M
anitobans pay $132.00
less a year on their
electricity bills now than
they did 20 years ago. Tese
saving are largely due to the
$7.5 billion in sales gener-
ated from Manitoba Hydros
Limestone Generating Station, a project the PCs of the
day opposed.
On top of lower rates across the board, rates have
gone down even more for rural and northern Mani-
tobans since 2001, when our government brought in
equalized rates. Rural and northern Manitobans save
about $22 million a year thanks to equalization.
Exporting clean energy keeps energy rates low for
Manitobans and subsidizes the cost of building new
dams. Our recently announced $100 million sale to Sas-
katchewan will go a long way to help us continue build-
ing the Hydro we need, while still keeping rates low for
Manitoba families and businesses.
When Brian Pallister says that we should stop
building Hydro, he is calling for the end of low rates
for Manitobans. Tis is not a surprise given that the
PCs have argued for years that Manitobans should pay
higher market rates. Hes also saying he doesnt want
the thousands of good jobs that building Hydro will
bring.
Our customers to the south and our new customers
in Saskatchewan are not looking to purchase electricity
generated by coal or gas. Tey are looking for clean re-
newable energy to supplement the energy they already
produce. And the power sales we have in place with our
customers are time sensitive.
Te reality is that halting hydro development is not
an option. In order to meet the forecasted energy de-
mand in Manitoba over the next 10 years we need to
start building today. By developing hydroelectricity we
are creating good jobs here at home and keeping the
cost of electricity for Manitoba families and businesses
among the lowest on the continent.
Te PCs plan to stop building hydro is just the
frst step in their plan to privatize Manitoba Hydro a
plan that will cause rates Manitoba families pay to go
through the roof. Manitoba
families cant aford the PCs
risky plan.
Te time to build Mani-
toba Hydro is now.
Stan Struthers,
Minister responsible for
Manitoba Hydro
Editors note:
I
m not sure how Minister Struthers calculates his
savings mentioned in his opening line but I would
encourage him to respond to this letter clarifying that
statement for me and our readers.
I will admit I am not the greatest mathematician,
but some simple math and comparisons can be done
to fnd out just how much each of us are saving from
years past.
After reading Minister Struthers opening line I was
compelled to dig up some of my old bills from Mani-
toba Hydro to determine this saving he writes about.
Te oldest bill I could f nd for Te Minnedosa Tribune
dated back to 2005, just eight years ago.
According to that bill, the rate per kW.h for Gen-
eral Small Service was $0.06004. According to the Tri-
bunes current November 2013 bill, the current Gen-
eral Small Service rate is $0.07545. Using these rates, a
customer using 1,000 kW.h in 2005 was charged $60.04
by Manitoba Hydro. Today, 1,000 kW.h will cost $75.45.
On top of that it appears our basic charge has also in-
creased. I found similar results when comparing my
residential Manitoba Hydro bills.
Further to this, I visited the Manitoba Hydro web-
site and with only a few clicks of my mouse found a no-
tice stating an increase of 3.5% for all customers efec-
tive May 1st of this year. Digging a little further within
the Hydro website I found a fve-year historical record
of electricity rates in the province and guess what it
shows? Not savings, but rather increases!
So Minister Struthers, please explain how we are
saving when it comes to Manitoba Hydro? I look for-
ward to your explanation which I will gladly publish in
an upcoming edition of Te Tribune.
Struthers and Manitoba Hydro
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2003 After two years of running a defcit the Town of
Minnedosa has forwarded a rate increase proposal to
the PUB for water and sewer rates. Te proposal shows a
43.2% increase from the current rates.
1993 Te Parkland Council of the Knights of Colum-
bus, along with other organizations were awarded the
tender for the old Minnedosa Handivan. Te Knights ob-
tained the handivan for use by the Sandy Lake-Elphin-
stone Handivan Association.
1983 Minnedosas Pre-Novice dance team of Susan
Sandstrom and Jason Young placed frst in the Manitoba
Sectional Skating Competition in Brandon.
1973 Town Council provides an $80,000 loan to the
steering committee of the proposed Golf and Curling
Complex. In other Council business, a resolution was
passed to purchase 100 acres west of the bypass to be
used partially as a sewage lagoon. Te price of this prop-
erty was $15,000.
1933 Athol Dewar had a narrow escape at Basswood
when going to pick up the school children with the van.
As he got out to open a gate, the wind blew the van over
on top of him and the frightened horse pulled both away.
Fortunately he was only bruised and not seriously in-
jured.
1903 Tree water tanks for f re protection have been
installed along Main Street. A tower to dry the fre hoses
is currently being built at the Town Hall.
1883 Minnedosa celebrated the opening of the M and
N.W. Railway on November 27th. A special train came
from Winnipeg and Portage la Prairie. Tere was also a
banquet at the schoolhouse and a public meeting amid
general rejoicing.
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The Minnedosa
& District
Foundation
Did you know the Minnedosa
& District Foundation has
provided ongoing support to
the District Museum
Heritage Village? Your tax
deductible gift will help
preserve our history.
Call Bjarni Walterson
at 204-867-2811
Dear Editor,
T
he NDP government is trying to sell Manitobans on
a PST hike, saying it was all for infrastructure. Tey
dedicated a lot of time and efort, including their recent
Trone Speech, into sales and marketing that idea. But it
is destined to fail.
Manitobans are getting a powerful sense of dj vu.
Tis is the same government that just a year ago prom-
ised when it raised the gas tax, that money would be used
for infrastructure. Te NDP took $70 million more of the
kitchen tables of Manitobans and put it on their cabinet
table. Worse, they failed to spend one penny more on in-
frastructure. In fact, this government has underspent its
infrastructure budget every year for the past four years by
an average of 27 percent each year.
Tis means the NDP government has taken almost
$2 billion in taxes that were budgeted for and promised
to go to infrastructure. Tey havent saved it. Tey spent it
on other things. Tis government didnt reduce its spend-
ing on any other things. Tey were over-budget in all but
one department: Infrastructure and Transportation.
Tey didnt reduce the defcit. Tey didnt reduce
their debt and they certainly didnt reduce taxes.
Tis governments spending is out of control. Tis
premier and this government have lost its credibility
when it comes to the promises it makes. Tey promised
they wouldnt hike taxes. They broke that promise. L a s t
year, they promised the new gas tax money would go into
roads and broke that promise too. Now, they are promis-
ing the same thing again: broken promises. Integrity: Ei-
ther you have it or you dont.
Brian Pallister,
Leader of the Of cial Opposition
Dear Editor,
M
y name is Shawnee Inkster and I am eleven years
old and I attend Tanners Crossing School. Tis is
the only way a child my age can give back to my com-
munity - I am doing a pajama drive for the Minnedosa
Christmas Cheer Board. It is called Pajamas for Christ-
mas.
Accepting donations of new, unused PJs with tags -
Girls size 2, Ladys size small and medium, Boys size 2
and Mens size small and medium.
Te deadline for donations is December 14th.
Donations can be dropped of at the following lo-
cations: Co-op, Bargain Shop, Curling Club, Tanners
Crossing School, Minnedosa Collegiate, Blazers, Chip-
perfelds, Burgess Quality Foods, Home Hardware, en-
Joy, Legion, Maushies, Minnedosa Taxi and Te Fashion
House.
Shawnee Inkster,
Minnedosa, MB
Letters to the Editor
Broken promises
Pajamas
for Christmas
Little Saskatchewan River
Game & Fish Assoc.
Buck Night
Saturday,
December 7, 2013
Elphinstone Memorial Hall
Scoring 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Supper 6:30 p.m.
For more info call
204-625-5225 or 204-625-5223
Gun Rafe that night!
EVERYONE WELCOME!

Cops Corner
By
Cst. JUSTIN
HUDDLE
H
ello Minnedosa. Welcome friends, to the Cops
Corner. Your local scoop for RCMP info.
Police responded to 40 calls for service this re-
porting period. We have a pretty sweet speeder of the
week this week, but I will touch on that later.
A local male was arrested very near to the de-
tachment while driving impaired. He blew three
times the legal limit. Its never a good idea to drive
impaired, and he was fying pretty close to the sun
doing it so close to the detachment. Lesson learned?
Lets hope so. He will be appearing in court to speak
to a judge about having a license in the future.
Police have not been involved with the Highway
Department to close any highways quite yet this win-
ter. In saying that, make sure you check the highway
conditions out before travelling anywhere. Check
websites for highway conditions before leaving for
your destination. Teres nothing worse then being
stranded on the highway on a cold winters night.
Use your common sense, and be careful out there
this winter.
Another four accidents on our highways this
time around. Icy conditions translates to people in
the ditch. Slow down. Leave yourself extra time to ar-
rive. Or when the roads really suck, if at all possible...
stay home!
A Saskatchewan male was tagged with a pricy
bit of paperwork for speeding on our local highways.
Clearly his province doesnt have the fnes we do
here in Manitoba, because he felt the need to be trav-
elling 148km/hr in a 100km/hr zone. Police turned
around and caught up to him. When he slowed down
he was hit with a $678.75 ticket for his eforts. Its
winter. Tere is no need to go that fast, and Cst. Sam-
ple and Nebroski gave him the deserved ticket. Tere
you have it folks. Te speeder of the week.
Stay warm, have fun, be safe.
Impaired driver
blows three times
legal limit
By TERESA WAREHAM
R
otary District #5550 donated $1,500 to Park
Project to match Minnedosa Rotary Clubs do-
nation. Te project is a good match with Rotary val-
ues and will provide an afordable place for all ages
and ftness levels to enjoy the outdoors.
Rotary Donates $3,000
to Rivers Edge Park

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For more information on these parcels, tender form
and terms of sale, please call Ducks in Brandon at
204-729-3500 or email du_brandon@ducks.ca.
Sealed tenders accepted until noon on Dec. 4, 2013.
Ducks Unlimited Canada
has land up for sale by
sealed tender near
Killarney and Foxwarren.
Parcels to be sold with a Conservation Agreement.
RM of Killarney-Turtle Mountain: SE 17-3-16 W1
RM of Birtle: SE 16-18-26 W1, SW 15-18-26 W1
LAND FOR SALE
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Join Members of the Legislative Assembly
in a celebration of Manitobas festive traditions.
Please bring a non-perishable food item or an
unwrapped toy for the Christmas Cheer Board.
Premier Greg Selinger cordially invites you
and your family to the annual
Legislative Building
Open House
Saturday, December 7, 2013
1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
NOTICE OF MEETING
Yellowhead Regional Employment Skills and
Services Inc. (YRESS) will hold its
Annual General Meeting on
Monday, December 9, 2013 at 5:00 PM.
The meeting will be held at the YRESS oIfce
located at 133 Main Street S., Minnedosa.
Members oI the organization will be receiving
the annual report and fnancial statements Ior the
year ended August 31, 2013 and electing
directors.
II you are a resident oI the R.M.`s oI
Blanshard, Harrison, Clanwilliam, Minto,
Odanah, Saskatchewan, Strathclair, or
Park - South, or the Town oI Erickson or
Minnedosa, and are interested in becoming a
member or serving as a Director, please contact
the YRESS oIfce at (204) 867-2833.
By LISA BILCOWSKI
I
ts beginning to look
a lot like Christmas! If
you have never seen the
Library Santa Collection,
we invite you to come on
down and have a look.
We have around 50 Santa
Clauss that have been
generously donated by one
of our amazing Library pa-
trons. Tey are displayed
every year as part of our
Christmas decorating
and they always bring out
smiles from our young,
and older, library visitors.
NEW TITLES: Easy
Reads - A Very Hockey
Christmas by Gilles Tibo,
Snow Bear by Piers Harper
and Swamp Water by Rob-
ert Munsch.
Juvenile Fiction -
Stink and Te Midnight
Zombie Walk by Megan
McDonald, Ivy and Bean
Whats the Big Idea?by An-
nie Barrows and Cauldron
Spells by G. J. Busby.
Young Adult Fiction
- Almost Perfect by Brian
Katcher, Bright Young
Tings by Anny Godbersen
and Full-Ride by Margaret
Peterson Haddix.
Fiction Novels - Take-
down Twenty by Janet Eva-
novich, King and Maxwell
by David Baldacci, Te
Death of Santini by Pat
Conroy, Time Now for the
Vinyl Caf Story Exchange
by Stuart McLean, Christ-
mas Bliss by Mary Kay
Andrews, Dark Witch by
Nora Roberts and Te First
Phone Call From Heaven
by Mitch Albom.
Non-Fiction Read-
ing - Kill the Ones You Love
by Robert Scott, A Fort of
Nine Towers by Qais Akbar
Omar, And Ten Tere Were
Nuns by Jane Christmas,
Orr My Story by Bobby Orr,
Still Points North by Leigh
Newman and Orange is the
New Black by Piper Ker-
man.
Keep on top of whats
going on at the library so
you dont miss out on fun
contests, activities and
programs of ered in the
community.
Fifty Santas at the Library
By JENNIFER PAIGE
R
epresentatives from
communities across
the province gathered on
Monday, November 25th,
for the 15th annual Associ-
ation of Manitoba Munici-
palities Convention.
T e Association of
Manitoba Municipalities
was created in 1999 as a
result of a merger between
the Union of Manitoba
Municipalities and the
Manitoba Association of
Urban Municipalities. Cur-
rently, 197 incorporated
municipalities in Manito-
ba are members of AMM.
Te four-day conven-
tion is being held at West-
man Place in Brandon and
is the largest event held in
Manitoba for municipal
elected of cials.
AMM is expecting
1,000 mayors, reeves,
councilors and CAOs from
across Manitoba to take in
a number of plenary ses-
sions, social events, dis-
plays, as well as a few key-
note speakers.
Tis year, 39 resolu-
tions will be voted on by
AMMs 2013 resolution
committee.
Tree of the proposed
resolutions revolve around
the much-debated govern-
ment required municipal
amalgamation. Along with
an additional emergency
resolution that is calling
for AMM to initiate legal
proceeding against the
provincial amalgamation
plan.
Disaster assistance
will also be widely dis-
cussed with three related
resolutions in regards to
f nancial assistance and
including mitigated ex-
penses.
Manitoba Conserva-
tions and Water Steward-
ship have brought forward
six resolutions, regarding
park service in underser-
viced areas, land lease and
tax rates for provincial park
residents, as well as moni-
toring municipal water
and sewer utilities.
Te provinces north-
ern communities were
well represented with
four resolutions spon-
sored by the city of
Tompson. Tis included,
two expressing its concern
for the negative impacts of
VLTs, misuse of alcohol
among residents and a call
for longer seasons for
provincial parks.
Te resolution com-
mittee also debated the
merits of nuclear power
to meet Manitobas long-
term energy needs, as well
as the provincial sales tax,
more timely response for
development plans, meet-
ing training needs of vol-
unteer frefghters and
boosting provincial fund-
ing for rural palliative care
programs.
Delegates in atten-
dance will also have the
opportunity to hear from
Stan Struthers the Munici-
pal Government Minister.
Many of the munici-
pal leaders in attendance
were elected in 2010 and
are serving the last of their
four-year term. Te prov-
ince will be re-electing
local governments and
school boards on October
22nd, 2014.
Municipal Leaders Gather for Annual Conference
By JENNIFER PAIGE
O
n Friday November
22nd, kids at Tan-
ners Crossing School
gathered for a Teddy Bear
Toss. Organized and ran
by the student council, the
event gathered teddy bears
which were then donated
to the local hospital and
to EMS workers to have in
their ambulances.
To date we have col-
lected 33 teddy bears, fve
dolls, two games, 75 stuf-
ies, two puzzles, six books,
two activity kits and two
makeup kits. What an
amazing and giving com-
munity we live in, said
Lori Noonan-Robinson,
student council advisor at
Tanners Crossing.
If there are extras left
from the local hospital,
TCS will donate the re-
maining teddies to the
Brandon centre. Students
also raised $400 through
a bake sale which will be
donated to the Ronald Mc-
Donald House.
Tossing teddies
Photo by Jennifer Paige
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LUCKY DOLLAR
F O O D S
ALL PRICES ARE PLUS GST, PST & OTHER LEVIES WHERE APPLICABLE *WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
OPEN 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM, 7 DAYS A WEEK
70 Main Street South, Minnedosa 867-2821
*PRICES AVAILABLE AT THE LUCKY DOLLAR IN MINNEDOSA ONLY
*We accept Visa, Master Card & debit card purchases * Try one of our delicious BBQ chickens!
*We deliver within town limits Mon - Sat at 4:00 p.m. * We sell fruit, veggie & meat trays and fruit baskets
($2 charge - $10 minimum order) (24 hours notice is appreciated)
*Seniors Discount every Friday (65 & up) *We sell lottery tickets *We sell R.O. water
GROCERY
Nestle Pure Life water .................... 24x500ml .. 2/$7.00
Dawn Ultra dish soap asstd ................................................. 709ml ............. $2.59
Quaker Life or Capn Crunch cereal .............................. 350-450gr ............. $2.99
Quaker instant oatmeal asstd ......... 325-380gr ...... $2.99
Aunt Jemima pancake mix - complete or buttermilk ......... 905gr ............. $2.99
Aunt Jemima syrup - original or light.................................. 750ml ............. $2.99
Tetley tea bags .......................................144ea ...... $6.99
Motts Garden Cocktail ......................................................... 945ml ............. $1.59
Hunts Snackpack mini puddings asstd ..... 12x99gr ...... $3.99
NN coleslaw or ranch dressing ................. 950ml ...... $2.99
Alcan foil wrap ...................................................................... 7.62m ............. $1.59
Knorr pasta, rice or potatoes & sce mixes asstd ........... 120-143gr ..........2/$3.00
Betty Crocker tuna or hamburger helper asstd ............ 158-233gr ..........2/$4.00
PC bathroom tissue ............................... 24rl ...... $5.79
PC dinner napkins ............................................................... 180s ............. $5.79
Quaker Dipps or Chewy granola bars asstd ................. 156-187gr ..........2/$5.00
Dare Wagon Wheels .............................. 630gr ...... $3.99
NN salted soda crackers CP ............... 907gr ...... $3.49
NN cheddary snack - crackers or breadsticks .......... 125-135gr ..........2/$3.00
NN corn chips, cheese twists or onion rings ................... 200gr ..........2/$3.00
Fruite drink - peach, grape or fruit punch ............ 2lt .. 2/$3.00
Gain liquid laundry detergent .............................................. 1.47lt ............. $4.99
Cascade Action Packs .............................25ea ...... $5.99
Mr. Clean all purpose cleaner ................................................. 1.2lt ............. $3.99
Caesar dog entrees ................................................................ 100gr ............. $0.89
Friskies cat food asstd ............................. 368gr .. 4/$5.00
NN clumping cat litter .......................... 18kg ...... $7.99
PC Decadent cookies asstd ................... 300gr ...... $2.49
Kelloggs Special K or Vector cereal .............................. 400-405gr ............. $3.99
Kelloggs Nutrigrain bars asstd ............................................. 295gr ............. $2.59
Kelloggs Rice Krispie squares asstd.............................. 176-200gr ............. $2.59
Old Dutch potato chips asstd ................. 180gr ...... $2.29
Pringles potato chips asstd ................................................... 168gr ............. $1.99
Sunny D - tangy original ................................ 2.4lt ...... $2.99
Aylmer tomatoes - whole or diced ...................................... 796ml ..........2/$3.00
Maple Leaf faked meats asstd .............................................. 156gr ..........2/$3.00
Chef Boyardee ravioli asstd............................................ 418-425gr ..........2/$3.00
Heinz ketchup ............................................. 1lt ...... $3.49
Old El Paso refried beans ..................................................... 398ml ............. $1.99
Old El Paso kits - burrito or taco .................................... 300-510gr ............. $3.99
NN canola oil ........................................... 3lt ...... $5.49
Betty Crocker cake mixes asstd ............................................ 432gr ............. $1.59
Betty Crocker frosting asstd ........................................... 340-450gr ............. $1.59
Maple Leaf Tenderfake lard ................ 454gr ...... $2.59
Crisco shortening asstd ......................................................... 454gr ............. $2.59
ED Smith pie flling asstd ..................................................... 540ml ............. $3.99
PC Decadent baking chips asstd ............................... 226-300gr ............. $2.79
Smuckers jam asstd ................................ 500ml ...... $3.49
Carnation evaporated milk .................................................. 370ml ............. $1.79
Parkay margarine, soft or 1/4s (limit 2/fam) 1.28-1.36kg.... $3.49
Danone Cream yogurt - strw/pch/ch/mng ....................16x100gr ............. $4.99
Yoplait tubes ........................................ 8x60gr ...... $2.59
NN cheese slices ...................................... 1kg ...... $7.99
Sale Dates:
NOV 29 - DEC 5
(STARTS FRI 9:00 A.M. - ENDS THURS 9:00 P.M.)
FROZEN FOODS
NN wafes ........................................................................ 1680gr ............. $6.99
Foremost ice cream asstd ............................. 4lt ...... $5.99
NN meat lasagna............................................................... 2.27kg ............. $7.99
PC cabbage rolls ................................................................. 1.8kg ........... $10.99
Cheemo variety pack perogies ................................................. 2kg ............. $3.99
McCain Superfries asstd ......................... 900gr ...... $2.49
Tenderfake pie shells asstd .............. 255-350gr ...... $2.99
BAKERY
DItaliano bread asstd ............................ 675gr ...... $2.49
MEATS
Chicken legs fresh ..................................................................................... $2.49/lb
NN bacon ............................................ 500gr ...... $4.99
NN cooked ham ................................................................. 375gr ............. $3.49
NN coil garlic sasusage ...................... 750gr ...... $5.49
Dents pork sausage .................................................................................. $2.49/lb
Pork shoulder blade roasts ................................. 2.59/lb
Outside round beef roast .................................... 3.79/lb
Ziggys ham, black forest or honey .................................................... $1.29/100gr
NN chicken stufed w/ham ............................................... 284gr ............. $4.99
Janes Pub Style chicken strips or burgers ............................ 800gr ........... $12.99
Seaquest crab favoured pollock .......................................... 227gr ............. $2.49
PRODUCE
Apples, McIntosh ................................ 5lb bag ...... $4.99
Cucumbers, English ...................................................................................... $1.49
Mangos, red .................................................................................................2/$3.00
Watermelon, mini, seedless ................................... $3.49
Romaine hearts ...................................................................pkg of 3 ............. $1.99
Broccoli .......................................................................................................... $1.99
Asparagus .................................................................................................. $3.99/lb
Tomatoes on the vine ............................................................................... $2.19/lb
Onions ................................................ 3lb bag ...... $1.49
Carrots ................................................ 2lb bag ...... $0.99
Pork shoulder blade steaks, bone-in $2.59/lb
Beef T-bone steak $6.99/lb
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period our annual subscription rate has increased by only
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SUBMITTED
D
ancers from Brandon,
Kenton, Dauphin,
Basswood, Minnedosa,
Neepawa, Rapid City, Er-
ickson and Shoal Lake suc-
cessfully participated in
the Highland Dance Medal
Tests held on Wednesday,
November 20th and Turs-
day, November 21st 2013
at the Dance Images Stu-
dio in Brandon. Twenty-
two Expressive Dance with
Crystal students complet-
ed a total of 77 exams.
Dancers were tested
on their individual skills
by examiner Pat McMas-
ter who is an amazing and
inspiring examiner. Pat is
originally from Scotland
and now lives in Ontario.
Some exams include
four dances and many
dancers completed four
to six exams each. Tere
were Highland Dance ex-
ams, Scottish Nationals,
Irish Jig, Sailors Hornpipe,
Teory and Self-Choreog-
raphy exams. Te marking
system is as follows: Pass,
Pass Plus, Commended,
Commended Plus, and
Highly Commended. Sev-
eral EDWC dancers re-
ceived Commended, Com-
mended Plus and Highly
Commended.
By DIANE BACHEWICH
Corrections from last
weeks paper:
K
evin Kowalchuk of Te
Pas spent a week with
his mom, Elsie Kowalchuk.
Diane Bachewich at-
tended the Westman Se-
niors council meeting held
in Shoal Lake .
Tis weeks news:
Fred Buhay of Craven,
SK, spent a few days with
brothers Mike and George
Buhay and did some rain-
bow trout fshing.
Te Sandy Lake Tru
Value Hardware had a very
successful Christmas ap-
preciation day on Saturday
for their 15 years in busi-
ness. Everyone that was
present was treated to free
beverage and dessert. Do-
reen Stapleton provided
the Christmas music and
the door prize winner was
Tricia Murray.
Helen Derhak was
glad to hear from son Gary
and Doreen Derhak of
Calgary who have just re-
turned home from an en-
joyable two week holiday
with their family in Maui,
Hawaii.
Darlene Sitko of Win-
nipeg spent a week with
sister, Marlene Shewchuk.
Te Shevchenko
Ukrainian dancers held a
very successful turkey Bin-
go on Sunday afternoon.
By ZELDA FIRBY
S
ylvia, Danika, Ryan and
Jordyn Firby, Cheryl
LaCoste and Lee and Lori
McMillan of Minnedosa
spent the Remembrance
Day weekend at Inver-
mere, BC with former
schoolmates and their
families.
Congratulations to
the Strathclair Teatre
Chorus in their fne eve-
ning of music entitled Oh
Canada. Tey performed
in Minnedosa on Sunday
evening, November 17th
and Saturday evening, No-
vember 23rd in Erickson.
Heather Emerson
Proven has returned home
from England where she
attended the funeral of her
brother, Clif. Sympathy is
extended to Heather and
family.
Back row (L-R): Taylor Hartley, Emily Alexander, Shawnee Inkster, Briel
LeMoing, April Bilcowski, Maia Wallis, Abigail Turner, Amanda Scott,
Vicky Elgert, Chelsea Hodgson, Heather Waddell, Emily MacDonald,
Lindsay Hodgson, Christyna Caldwell, Lara Denbow, Sage Toews, and
Jordin Alexander. Front row: Marie-Katherine McLaughlin, Shay
Nemetchek, Katelyn Hartley, Tyson Fisher, Cearan Scott, Crystal Scott,
Rhogan Scott, McKenzie Burton, Emily Inkster, and Faith Inkster.
Missing: Hannah Robson, McKenna Angus and Ryse Lehky.
SANDY LAKE NEWS
BASSWOOD NEWS
Highland DanceMedals
Photo submitted
9 Te Minnedosa Tribune Friday, November 29, 2013
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Sponsorship Program
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And Healthy Active Minnedosa wants to help you with that!
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For InIormation call Tara at 204-867-2111
Funded in part by MB Health/Healthy Living and
Minnedosa & District Foundation

Hockey Initiation
Program
By SHAUNA SOTAS-
BURTON
T
his year on the
Minnedosa HIP Jr.
Bombers team line up we
have: Colton McCaughan,
Colby Pentecost, Hannah
Adnum, Austin Goriak,
Zachary Lamb, Ryder
Smith, Gavin Smith, Kalen
Noordenbos, Grady Bur-
ton, Noah Cornish, Remy
Lemoing, and Matthew
Toews. Te coaching staf
is Mike Lamb, Ty Burton,
Kevin Smith and Matt Pen-
tecost, with Laura Lamb
and Lauren Pentecost as
managers.
Te HIP Jr. Bombers
played their frst game of
the hockey season on Sat-
urday, November 9th in
Carberry. Te Bombers
went on the ice full of
excitement and smiles
plastered on their faces
and won the game with a
score of 20 to 16. Scorers
for the game were Austin
Goriak,
Gavin Smith, Colby Pente-
cost, Grady Burton, Zacha-
ry Lamb, Ryder Smith,and
Remy Lemoing. Goalies
for the game were Grady
Burton, Ryder Smith and
Gavin Smith. All players
did their best in the net
stopping as many shots as
they could.
A big congratulations
goes out to Remy Lemoing
and Grady Burton for scor-
ing their frst goals in their
hockey career. I am sure
that there will be many
more to come from these
two boys!
Te Bombers played
in McCreary on Sunday,
November 24th and came
up with another win under
their hats with a score of
119. Game scorers were
Zac Lamb, Gavin Smith,
Ryder Smith, Hannah Ad-
num, Colby Pentecost,
andMathew Toews.
A big congratulations
goes out to Hannah Ad-
num for scoring her frst
goal in her hockey career.
Way to go Hannah!
Te next home game
the HIP Jr. Bombers play
will be on Saturday against
Onanole.
Please come on
out and cheer on your
Minnedosa HIP Jr. Bomb-
ers!
PeeWee 12s
By LAURA GOOD
T
his past weekend the
Minnedosa PeeWee
12s had only one game
scheduled.
On Saturday, No-
vember 23rd we travelled
to Neepawa to play the
Neepawa Natives. A pass
from Josh Good in the
corner to Zane MacDon-
ald and Minnedosa was
f rst on the score board.
Neepawa responded later
in the frst period to end
the period tied at 1. Te
Bombers struggled a bit in
the frst, but came together
in the second. Te sec-
ond period the Bombers
added three more points.
Tey came out strong in
the third period and added
another two points.
Final score was 6-1
for the Bombers. Great
goaltending by Brad Le-
tain. Hat trick for Zane
MacDonald, Shawn Ow-
ens 1G/1A, Andy Peckover
1G, Devon Beatty 1G, Josh
Good 1A, Liam Christo-
pher 1A, Colin Robinson
2A, Lucas Beatty 1A, Zoey
Heino 1A, Josh Kingdon
1A.
We are on the road
again next weekend with
a game Friday night in
Minnedosa and Tourna-
ment in Rivers Saturday
and Sunday.
Bantams
By CRISSY KOWAL
M
i nnedos a made
their way to Rus-
sell for a tournament this
past weekend where they
played four games in total.
Te morning of Satur-
day, November 23rd saw
them hit the ice vs Rus-
sell and turned out to be
a very interesting game.
Russell opened the scor-
ing at the 10:44 mark of
the second period and at
the 9:54 mark of the same
period Minnedosa found
themselves with a 3-1 lead.
Both teams continued to
put them in the net, but
Minnedosa would stay on
top and take a 6-5 win to
open the tournament. Joel
Hnybida 3G; Josh Belcher
2G,4A; Braeden Good
1G,2A; Nolan Bailey 2A;
Joe Lane helping the cause
with some spectacular
saves in net.
Teir next competi-
tion on Saturday afternoon
would be Landmark who
came out and took a quick
4-0 lead on Te Bombers.
What looked like it might
be a blowout suddenly
took a turn as Minnedosa
came to life and made it a
4-3 game by the end of the
second period. Te Bomb-
ers dominated play in the
third, but luck was not
on their side as they just
couldnt net the tying goal
despite many great chanc-
es. Te game would end
with Te Bombers losing
by one. Josh Belcher with
the hat-trick, 1 assist each
to Matthew Kowal, Joel
Hnybida, Riley Barrett and
Hayden Crampain. Jayden
Morrice tending the net
this game.
Sunday morning
found the team back on
the ice to face ofwith
Dauphin. Te Bombers
couldnt seem to get things
going this game and would
be shut out by the com-
petition resulting in a 3-0
loss. Joe Lane between
the pipes. After the points
were tallied Te Bombers
found themselves in the
B-side Final vs Tompson
Sunday afternoon. Tied
at one apiece after the
f rst period it looked like
the team was in for a close
game. Minnedosa took
a one goal lead in the dy-
ing seconds of the second
frame and then added two
more in the third giving
them a 4-1 victory and rea-
son to celebrate at the fnal
buzzer. Joel Hnybida with
a hat-trick this game plus
1 assist; Braeden Good
1G,2A; Josh Belcher 2A;
Nolan Bailey 1A; Jayden
Morrice putting in a great
performance in net with
some awesome saves.
Excellent tournament
Bombers and great team
efort! Next action for Te
Bantams is tonight (Fri-
day) in Brandon and to-
morrow afternoon at home
as they play two league
games against Te Leafs
and Predators.
By BRUCE McNABB
T
he senior Bombers had a pair of games this past week
posting victories over Foxwarren Falcons Tursday
night and Virden Oil Kings Saturday.
On T ursday, the teams were close in the f rst and
second with the Bombers holding period leads of 1-0 and
3-1. After the visitors opened the scoring in the third to
make the score 3-2 the Bombers scored fve unanswered
goals to make the fnal 8-2. Seven diferent scores hit the
score sheet for the Bombers with only Russell Huyghe
scoring twice and adding an assist. Derek Chapman had
a goal and three assists.
On Saturday, the Bombers were up 3-0 after one pe-
riod and 5-0 after two. Leading the way was Shane Jury
with a goal and four assists. Cody Pollon recorded the
shut-out with 19 saves.
Te Bombers are on the road this week to Grandview
before returning home December 5th against Hamiota.
Senior Bombers report
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AIter 10 years developing and maintaining the
Minnedosa Ishii Japanese Garden
we have turned the care oI this garden over to
The Town oI Minnedosa.
We thank all those who have helped with this
community project and may this
'Bridge oI Friendship
continue.
There were volunteers too numerous to mention,
but we would like to acknowledge the Iollowing
Ior their ongoing involvement:
Terry Nylen, Greg Perkins
Phil Lewis and Minnedosa RedIern Farm Services
Town oI Minnedosa
Minnedosa Foundation
Our loyal maintenance crew:
Linda Bertram, Dianne Nylen, Judy McFadden, Jackie
Peckover, Maxine Laws, Dianne Michaluk
Cathy Wark, Lori Harrison, Darlene Koetke, Darlene
Bright, Faun Scott, Alice McInnes, Katherine
Kingdon, Susan Knowling & Iamily, Marg Davidson,
Jean Taylor, Joyce Glasgow, Sandi Potrebka,
Dean & Teresa Wareham, Doug Laws, Ken Lochhead
And especially the ongoing support oI our
Japanese Iriends:
Mr. & Mrs. Hiromu Kitaoka
The Ishii International Exchange Committee
Pam Lewis and Jeannie Perkins
THANK YOU
MINNEDOSA ISHII 1APANESE GARDEN
Please accept this as your invitation to
Richardson Pioneer Century GiIts
Presentation oI
$100,000.00 to
Minnedosa Minor Baseball Association
on
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
at 7:00 p.m. at the Pit in
Tanner's Crossing School.
Cake and ReIreshments to Iollow.
At right,
Terry Barclay
browses the display
of handmade items at
the Fair Trade Friday
event on the afternoon
of November 22nd,
which was held at the
Minnedosa United
Church. Te items set
out on display for sale
came from the local
Chipperfeld Cofee
Company as well as
Ten Tousand Villages.
A member of the
World Fair Trade
Organization, Ten
Tousand Villages
is the oldest and
largest fair trade
organization in
North America and
focuses on selling
artisan-crafted
personal accessories,
home dcor and
gift items from
around the world.
By DOREEN TROTT
C
ongratulations to our
Rapid City neighbours,
Ken and Myrna Bayes who
received an Honourary
Life Award from MAAS re-
cently. We are pleased to
hear that their longstand-
ing and valuable service to
the Rapid City community
has been recognized.
Clayton and Margaret
Wareham and their fam-
ily attended the Abel-Mc-
Tuinn wedding at Missis-
sauga, ON, on November
15th.
November 21st
1st - Carol Lonsdale/Lois
Phillips.
2nd - Wilf Taylor/Mel
Harvey.
3rd - Judy McFadden/Val
St John.
4th - Doreen Seligman/
Linda Boys.
November 25th
SUBMITTED
B
owlers of the month of November are: Vivian Cullen
+7 and Robert Hendry +8. Congratulations.
Bowlers of the week are: Vivian Cullen 228, 266
(+140T) and Don Jones 212, 195 (+77T).
Other good games: Jim Clark 186, 179; Dorothy Law-
rence 131; Vivan Penner 154; Robert Hendry 248; Fred
Stonehouse 181; Paul Chapski 138; Pat Delbridge 187;
Clay Searle 176; Gwen Orr 147; Hazel Stonehouse 160;
Bev Chapski 177.
Te Fabulous Five are leading with 92 followed by
Ups and Downs 84, Wanna Bees 74, Happy Gang 73,
Rosemarys Babys 67, and Mdosa Oldies 60.
Good luck next week.
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NEWS
Golden Agers +55
Bowling Results
Fair Trade Friday
Photos by Jennifer Paige
Bridge Club
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Other musical en-
tertainment will include,
Juno Award winner, Mela-
nie Doane. An artist and
songwriter in the Cana-
dian music landscape for
over 15 years, Doane has
released seven albums,
written seven chart-top-
ping singles and has had
her music featured on a
number of well-known
television shows.
Along with musical
guests the Holiday Train
rolls in an impressive holi-
day light display, a bon-
fre, hot chocolate, carol-
ers and an appearance
from Santa.
T e Canadian train
began its travels on No-
vember 26th, making its
initial stop in Beacons-
feild, Quebec and its fnal
stop on December 16th in
Port Coquitlan, British Co-
lombia.
Te American Holiday
train set of on November
25th in Kahnawake, Que-
bec and will fnish up on
December 19th in Wey-
burn, Saskatchewan.
Along with an evening
of musical entertainment
and Christmas cheer, the
CP Holiday Train also
comes with a cause. Or-
ganizers ask community
members in attendance
bring a non-perishable
food or cash donation. Do-
nations will be collected
the day of the event and
will stay with local food
bank organizations.
Te food that is col-
lected that evening will
frst be taken to the Christ-
mas Cheer Board in order
to f ll their hampers and
any over f ow from that
will be brought to our lo-
cal food bank. But all of
the non-perishable items
will stay within the com-
munity, explained Linda
Bertram, President of the
Minnedosa Food Bank.
Tere will be a local truck
on-site to collect items as
well, watch for elves with
glow sticks that will be col-
lecting cash donations.
Te Minnedosa Food
Bank serves an average of
40 households per month
to community members
in Minnedosa, Erick-
son, Rapid City, Sandy
Lake, Onanole and Roll-
ing River First Nations.
Te food bank requires
10,000 pounds of food and
$10,000 per year to meet
present needs.
Since the Holi-
day Train program frst
launched in 1999, its ef-
forts have raised $7.4 mil-
lion and three million
pounds of food for local
communities.
Tis year marks its
15th year in operation and
CP is of ering the public
a frst-ever opportunity
to gain tickets to ride the
train through their second
annual Capture the Spirit
Facebook photo contest.
To enter the contest,
like the CP Holiday Train
Facebook page and up-
load up to three photos of
the train, entertainment
or food banks. Te contest
runs from November 26th
to December 27th.
T ere are four top
prize packs to be won, con-
sisting of a ride for a family
of four on the 2014 Holiday
Train on the leg of your
choice and a $500 dona-
tion in your name to your
local food bank.
Two years ago when
the train was in town last
we had a good turnout,
but it does depend on the
weather and the kind of
evening it is. Tere will be
an appearance by Santa
and a number of things go-
ing on. It is going to be fun
family evening that will
also help out a great cause,
concluded Bertram.
Train of lights supporting local food banks
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12 Te Minnedosa Tribune Friday, November 29, 2013
NOTICE OF VOTERS LIST/PERSONAL SECURITY PROTECTION
RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF HARRISON
Notice is hereby given that a copy oI the VOTERS LIST may be revised at:
108 Main Street, Newdale, MB during regular oIfce hours Monday through Friday,
between the hours oI 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
At this time the Senior Election OIfcial (S.E.O.) and/or the Election OIfcial will be
available to update the voters list by:
(a) adding the names oI voters who are entitled to have their names on the list;
(b) deleting the names oI persons who are not entitled to have their names on the
list; and
(c) making such other correction oI errors to the list as required.
VOTER ELIGIBILITY
A person is eligible to have his or her name added to the Voters List iI he or she is:
1) a Canadian citizen and at least 18 years oI age on election day; and
2) a resident oI the LUD oI Sandy Lake Ior at least six months prior to election day;
OR a registered owner oI land in the LUD oI Newdale Ior at least six months prior
to election day.
APPLICATION FOR PERSONAL SECURITY PROTECTION
A voter may apply in writing to the S.E.O. (at the address/Iax number below) no
later than December 10th, 2013 to have his/her name and other personal inIormation
omitted or obscured Irom the voters list in order to protect the voter`s personal
security. The application may be submitted in person, by mail or Iax and must include
your name, address and include prooI oI identity.
All changes to the voters list must be completed on or before December 10, 2013.
Dated at Newdale, MB this 12th day oI November, 2013.
Donna Memryk, Senior Election Ofcial
RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF HARRISON
108 Main Street
P.O. Box 220
Newdale, MB
R01 110
Phone: (204) 849-2107
Fax: (204) 849-2190
By ELMER KASKIW
T
he return of proftabil-
ity for the cow calf pro-
ducer has some producers
and investors beginning to
kick some tires at perhaps
re-entering the industry or
expanding their cow herd.
Tis is when knowing your
true costs of production is
critical as your purchase
price and when you decide
to buy and sell your cows
may very well determine
whether or not these cattle
will ever generate a posi-
tive return. So how does
one know how much one
should pay for a bred cow?
Te f rst step is to
know your costs of produc-
tion which will be deter-
mined by your production
system. A traditional mid
to late winter (Feb/March/
April) calving program will
mean total operating costs
of approximately $550 per
cow. (See MAFRI Costs
of Production Fact Sheet
for Cow Calf Production)
Te addition of f xed costs
and labour increases the
breakeven to around the
$700-750 mark per cow.
One then needs to project
calf prices based upon a
575 pound calf and a 95%
calving rate for six years
which is the average pro-
ductive life of a beef cow
adding in a salvage value
in the f nal year. Based
upon a scenario of aver-
age calf prices being 1.50
in frst four years, and 1.35
in the fnal two years and
with a salvage price of $900
the average purchase price
per cow should be in and
around the $1500 mark.
Spring (May/June) calving
programs can likely lower
their fxed equipment and
building costs by approxi-
mately $70 per cow which
means they can either tol-
erate lower pricing over
the six year period or are
able to pay closer to the
$1800 for a bred cow. Tis
will mean adjusting mar-
keting windows so calves
are targeted for a spring
grass market so cash fows
would need to be adjusted
accordingly. Calf mortali-
ties at least initially may
also need to be adjusted
higher until cow herds are
culled to better suit spring
pasture calving.
Timing of your pur-
chase is also important in
that feed costs make up a
signif cant portion of the
costs in carrying your pur-
chase in the frst and fnal
year. Buying cattle as close
to spring grass as possible
will signifcantly reduce
your costs of production in
year one of your purchase,
while selling or culling
your cow should be done
as early as is feasible in the
fall so as to minimize win-
ter feeding costs incurred
in her fnal year. Tis tim-
ing of the buying and sell-
ing of your cattle can make
a signifcant impact in the
overall proftability of the
animal while in your herd.
Another option for
herd expansion is through
the purchase and breed-
ing of open heifers. Tis
option typically carries a
higher cost of production
in year one as labour, feed,
vet, and rebreeding costs
associated with open heif-
ers need to be increased.
Tis option also takes on
a higher level of manage-
ment and carries with it a
higher level of risk how-
ever when purchased at
the proper time and at
the right price can be an
economical method of in-
creasing cow numbers.
If you would like to
look at various pricing and
feeding scenarios for pur-
chasing bred cows we have
a custom made spread
sheet available that gives
one a quick breakdown of
how much one could pay
for bred cows or heifers
under various pricing sce-
narios.
Ag report...Bred Cow Investment Pricing
By COLLEEN CUVELIER
LSRCD Manager
T
hose in attendance at
the annual meeting
of the Little Saskatchewan
River Conservation Dis-
trict (LSRCD) learned the
conclusions reached from
research that looked at the
role of riparian bufers in
trapping sediment and
phosphorous from agri-
cultural lands.
A riparian buf er, also
known as the riparian
area is recognized as the
lush green zone next to
creeks, rivers, lakes, and
wetlands. As a transition
zone between terrestrial
and aquatic ecosystems,
riparian areas are the ar-
eas to dry to be wet, but
to wet to be dry. Riparian
areas have many ecologi-
cal functions. One of these
functions is to flter and
bufer water.
Guest speaker, Dr. Da-
vid Lobb from the Univer-
sity of Manitoba present-
ed research that included
feld data from water and
soil samples collected by
the Little Saskatchewan
River Conservation Dis-
trict from 2009 to 2011.
Conclusions reached
were that riparian bufers
could just as easily be a
source of nutrients as a
sink where nutrients are
trapped. Te poor f ltering
performance of a ripar-
ian buf er is believed to
be largely due to the fact
that the majority of runof
and nutrient loading oc-
curs during spring snow-
melt when the ground is
frozen and vegetation is
not actively growing and
therefore unable to use
the phosphorus.
Other notable guests
at the meeting were Su-
zanne Chiupka, Water-
shed Planner, Manitoba
Conservation and Water
Stewardship and Shane
Robins, Executive Direc-
tor, Manitoba Conserva-
tion Districts Association.
Colleen Cuvelier,
District Manager of the
LSRCD, also addressed the
group of 34 in attendance
at the November 19th
meeting in Basswood. She
gave an in-depth review
of all the events that took
place within the District
during the past year.
Following are some
items of interest from
Cuveliers presentation.
Summer students
Kristine Buhler and Grant
Usick worked on shelter-
belts, project construc-
tion, well water testing
day and school events, all
overseen by LSRCD Tech-
nician Kyle Brown.
Te board has been
very busy with projects
ranging from the Provin-
cial Surface Water Man-
agement Strategy to sup-
porting Rivers Collegiate
students proposing the
creation of a Wetland
Centre of Excellence.
Projects and programs
delivered saw District staf
planting trees at the Er-
ickson Campground, a
Town of Erickson com-
munity greening project,
constructing a small dam
on Sandersons Creek,
delivering a rain barrel
program, undertaking a
project to investigate the
potential of using waste-
water ef uent rather than
discharging it, planting
23 miles of shelterbelts,
and delivering education
initiatives where students
had frsthand experience
in collecting and identify-
ing benthic macroinverte-
brates.
Most projects start
with a phone call to the
LSRCD of ce. In a world
dominated by automated
answering services, peo-
ple calling the district of-
fce are greeted by Finan-
cial Administrator Anne
Davidson.
Following Cuvelier
s presentation, Jeremey
Andreychuk, R.M. of Har-
rison, Ewan Common,
R.M. of Blanshard, George
Roberts, Town of Rivers,
and Kaye Wolstenholme,
R.M. of Saskatchewan
were each recognized for
fve years of service.
Wrapping up the
evening, elections were
held in all sub-districts.
Forming the Board for the
coming year are Ray Frey,
Chair; Upper Oak River
#72A Ron Budiwski;
Lower Oak River #72B
Dave Falkevitch; Upper
Little Saskatchewan River
#82A John Spaller; Low-
er Little Saskatchewan
River #82B Dennis Ped-
ersen; Upper Central Little
Saskatchewan River #81A
Don Huisman; Lower
Central Little Saskatch-
ewan River #81B Larry
Cardy.
Riparian bufer research presented at LSRCD meeting
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NOTICE OF NOMINATION
RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF HARRISON
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the Iollowing days:
Wednesday, Decmber 4, 2013
Thursday, December 5, 2013
Friday, December 6, 2013
Monday, December 9, 2013
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
between the hours oI 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m. to
5:00 p.m. at the Rural Municipality oI Harrison OIfce at 108 Main
Street, Newdale, MB,
I will receive nominations Ior the oIfce oI:
1 - LUD OF SANDY LAKE COMMITTEE MEMBER
The nomination deadline is Tuesday, December 10, 2013 at
5:00 p.m. Nominations cannot be accepted aIter this day.
All nominations shall be in writing and shall be signed by at
least twenty-fve voters, or NOT less than 1 oI the voters
(whichever is the lesser) oI the authority, but in all cases by at least
two voters. Each nomination shall also be accompanied by the
candidate`s declaration oI qualifcations.
Nominations may be fled in person at the above location, on
the date and hours specifed, by an agent, or by Iax. To obtain a
nomination paper, and/or candidate`s declaration oI qualifcation,
contact the SEO at the telephone number listed below.
Nomination papers not accompanied by the required
documents and not properly led shall be rejected.
Donna Memryk, SEO
Phone: (204) 849-2107
Fax: (204) 849-2190
Dated at Newdale, MB this 12th day oI November, 2013.
Donna Memryk
Senior Election Ofcial
Rural Municipality of Harrison

NOTICE OF REGISTRATION
OF PROSPECTIVE CANDIDATE
FOR MUNICIPAL BY-ELECTION
RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF HARRISON
Prospective municipal election candidates must register with the
Senior Election OIfcial (SEO) during the registration period beIore
they may begin to accept contributions, incurr expenses, Iundraise or
borrow money Ior their campaign.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I will be receiving candidate
registrations:
For the ofce of LUD of Sandy Lake Committee Member:
Between November 13, 2013 and December 10, 2013
at the Rural Municipality oI Harrison oIfce, 108 Main Street in
Newdale, MB during the regular hours oI business.
To obtain a registration Iorm contact the SEO at the telephone
number listed below.
Donna Memryk
S.E.O.
Phone: (204) 849-2107
Fax: (204) 849-2190
Dated at Newdale, MB this 12th day oI November, 2013.
Donna Memryk
Senior Elections Ofcial
Rural Municipality of Harrison

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Selecting Stemware
W
hen it comes to wine glasses, there are numerous
options from juice glasses or Styrofoam, to plastic
Mickey Mouse. You can drink wine from almost any-
thing, but would you want to? Most wine drinkers agree
that good stemware enhances the occasion and the favor
and aroma of wine.
Tere are many stemware options. Some companies,
like Eisch, produce dozens of diferent glasses, one for
each type of wine. If you do wish to purchase glasses for
each type of wine then be prepared, you need a signif-
cant budget and ample storage space. Most people opt
for one type of glass, used for red and white, or two difer-
ent types of glasses, one exclusively for red, the other for
white.
Choose stemware with these tips in mind. Fine clear
glasses are best. Clear glass allows for an accurate assess-
ment of color and clarity and fne glass has a less pro-
nounced rim than thick glass, making drinking from it far
more enjoyable.
If you opt for one single type of stemware for both red
and white, opt for glasses with a large egg-shaped bowl
that tapers at the top, the shape typically used for white
wine. If buying a second kind of stemware, one specif-
cally for red wine, choose a round ball-shape glass with a
large bowl. Ideally, glasses should be a minimum size of
14 ounces. When it comes to wine glasses, bigger is bet-
ter.
Wine Review:
Chateau Ste. Michelle Harvest Select Sweet Riesling:
Tis light-bodied white wine reveals aromas and f avors
of green apple, pear, honey and petrol. Pair this versatile
selection with cheese, duck, ham, or turkey.
Kate Wagner Zeke is a Sommelier (ISG), Certifed Special-
ist of Wine (CSW) and Certifed Wine Educator (CWE).
Dear Reena,
I am so frustrated with
my dishwasher; it is only
two years old and works
like junk. Egg food particles
tend to bake onto dishes in
the machine making them
even more dif cult to clean.
Any suggestions would be
appreciated, Maureen
Dear Maureen,
Even with todays
technological advances
in dishwashers, eggs are
still the number one en-
emy of cleaning. Baked on
egg should be sprinkled
with dishwasher detergent
and left to soak. Rinse and
scrape well before putting
casserole or egg dishes into
the dishwasher.
Dear Reena,
My local store does
not carry brown sugar and
with Christmas around the
corner, I would like to bake
cookies for my grandchil-
dren. Is there a way to make
my own brown sugar?
Elda
Dear Elda,
Here is an easy way to
not only make your own
brown sugar but also save
yourself money in the pro-
cess. For every cup of white
sugar mix in 2 tablespoons
molasses (costs about 40%
less).
Dear Reena,
Every year my car
mats stink up my truck in
the winter. Is there any-
thing that I can do so that
the mats stop smelling?
Douglas
Dear Douglas,
As soon as ice melts,
water forms underneath
the mats and becomes
trapped. Trapped mois-
ture grows bacteria (which
is why hockey equipment
smells so bad). Put news-
paper under car mats in
snowy weather to absorb
moisture.
Dear Reena,
My dog pushes his dog
food dish along the foor
while he is eating from it.
Te problem occurs when
his dish becomes trapped
underneath furniture and
he cant get at it. Is there a
product or trick for secur-
ing his dish to the foor so
that it doesnt move? Otis
Dear Otis,
To prevent a pet bowl
from sliding on the foor,
cut a square of rubberized
shelf fabric larger than the
bowl and place it under-
neath the pet dish. Tere
are also pet dishes in stores
with rubberized bases. If
your dog is very strong,
duct tape (being careful not
to damage the foor) a shoe
mat to the foor and set the
bowl on top of the mat.
Feedback from
Reader Who Cares:
Re: Darkening Gravy.
In a recent column of yours,
someone asked how to
darken gravy. I do not have
the column in front of me
but my recollection is that
you of ered three sugges-
tions - molasses, Worces-
tershire sauce and soya
sauce. Im sure all three
would have the desired
darkening efect but what
about the taste? To achieve
darkening without afect-
ing the favour the best so-
lution is caramel colouring.
Tis is very easy to make
and has a long (years) shelf
life even at room tempera-
ture.
My very old Joy of
Cooking has a recipe for
it and I expect the woman
could easily get it at a li-
brary. You would be doing
all your readers a service by
including this information
in a future column. Don
Fabulous
Discoveries:
A couple of weeks
ago I tried something that
worked so well, I felt like
smacking myself upside
the head for not thinking
of it sooner. I had a stain on
something that needed to
be washed in cold water so
I sprayed the stain with wa-
ter then I squeezed a little
bit of Zero on it and rubbed
gently. Ten I left it for 30
mins. before laundering it.
It did a great job on remov-
ing the stain. So now I keep
a small travel size plastic
squeeze bottle of Zero to
use as a pre-wash stain re-
mover. It even cleaned the
stain from the really dingy
denim covers for my oven
mitts. Mind you I scrubbed
those stains with Zero and
an old toothbrush before
laundering. It works like a
charm for me! Jan
To deter a cat from
wondering around the
Christmas tree, place a
small dish of used cofee
grounds in a bowl on the
f oor. Many cats wont go
near it because they dont
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Polonia Hall 50/50 Draw.
Contact Jim Micavish at 204-
724-2671 or any committee
member for tickets. Draw to
be made December 10th at
meeting. (33-7x)
Elphinstone Lions
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Bingo at Elphinstone memo-
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p.m. early birds 7:00 p.m. reg-
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Te Erickson and Dis-
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Carol Festival will be held
on Sunday, December 8th at
7:00 p.m. at the Erickson Col-
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Christmas music. Te free-
will ofering will be given
to the Minnedosa and Area
Food Bank. Non perishable
goods may be given as well.
(37-3x)
Turkey Bingo at the
Minnedosa Legion on the fol-
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ber 30th, December 7th and
14th. 1:00 4:00 p.m. License
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serving meals to seniors
and all others requiring
meals at the Townview
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dine in, $10.00 delivered.
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1:00 p.m. on day of the
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Honey garlic chicken
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vegetable, salad, pickles,
dessert, tea and cofee
December 3rd:
Roast beef and gravy,
rolls, potatoes, vegetables,
salad, pickles, dessert, tea
and cofee
December 5th:
Turkey Creole Casserole,
rolls, potatoes, vegetable,
salad, pickles, dessert, tea
and cofee
(12-tfn)
MCI and TCS Band
Christmas Concert December
5th, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. at Tan-
ners Crossing School. Adults
$5.00, Children $2.00, Pre-
school free.

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Minnedosa Regional Library
is a thoughtful way to remem-
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person in your life and at the
same time it enriches the li-
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that gives to everyone year
after year. Tose wishing to
have their name on the card
please call at the library. Te
card will be on display at the
library. All donations grate-
fully accepted. (38-2)
Mark your calendar!
United Church Christmas
Tea, Bake and Craft Sale is on
Saturday, December 7th, 2:00
4:00 p.m. Meat pies also
for sale. Everyone welcome!
(38-2x)

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Bazaar is Saturday, Decem-
ber 7th at St. Judes Church,
Main Street Erickson, 11:00
a.m. 1:30 p.m. Perogies,
sausage, coleslaw and des-
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12 and under $3.50, 6 and
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The Town oI Minnedosa invites applications Ior the


position oI an independant contractor to provide
management services at the
Minnedosa Campground and Beach Facilities.
A detailed inIormation package is available at the
Minnedosa Civic Administration Ofce
103 Main Street, South
Box 426
Minnedosa, MB
R01 1E0
(204) 867-2727
minnedosaminnedosa.com
Sealed applications marked:
~Management Services, Minnedosa Campground
and Beach Facilities
Will be received by the Town until 2:00 p.m. on
Friday, November 29, 2013
Chris Yuen, B.A., C.M.M.A
ACAO
Town of Minnedosa

A progressive, service-oriented Ag retailer, is currently accepting
applications Ior a Full-time position at our Minnedosa branch,
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Please respond with a resume by November 29, 2013 to:
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Box 420
Minnedosa, MB R01 1E0
Phone 204-867-2679
Fax: 204-867-5209
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Possess imagination , creativity and artistic ability
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BDO is an equal opportunity employer. We thank all candidates who apply, however, only
those selected for a personal interview will be contacted.

Te family of Pearl
Madill would like to extend a
heartfelt thank you to the staf
at the Minnedosa Personal
Care Home for the wonderful
care given to her during her
short time there. A special
thank you to everyone who
was involved in her care dur-
ing her last few days, for tak-
ing the time to go above and
beyond to make sure she was
comfortable and well looked
after. You also took the time
to comfort and care for her
family as well and words
cant express how much that
meant to us. We would also
like to thank the home care
workers and Meals on Wheels
volunteers who allowed Pearl
to remain in her home as long
as she was able. Tanks to
Nathan and the Minnedosa
Funeral Home for taking care
of the arrangements. And, a
special thank you to Natasha
Pearen for making sure that
her service was perfect. We
are all so grateful to the many
family and friends who sent
cards, fowers or donations in
her name. Your thoughtful-
ness has helped us all to get
through a very dif cult time.
~Te Madill Family
I wish to express my sin-
cere thanks to all who made
my 90
th
birthday party spe-
cial to remember. Tanks to
all who attended, sent cards,
and for all your kind remarks.
A special thanks to family for
organizing, the Koop family
for the beautiful musical en-
tertainment. Tanks to the
ladies for the nice lunch, and
thank you to everyone who
helped make this milestone
in life, one to remember.
~Harold Stitt (x)
CARD OF THANKS
Minnedosa & District
Services to Seniors thank all
who attended the Fall Infor-
mation Fair on November
15th. Tanks to Minnedosa
50+ Centre, all exhibitors,
Minnedosa Credit Union, all
volunteers and those who
helped to make this Fair a
success!
CARD OF THANKS
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Friday, November 29, 2013 The Minnedosa Tribune
IN MEMORIAM OBITUARIES
In Memoriam
William Harold
(Bill) Stitt
June 1952 November 2002
Forever missed for your
special laugh, fun
and kind words.
Mom, Dad and family.
(x)
In Loving Memory of
Helmer and Tena
Peterson
As time unfolds another year,
Memories keep you ever near.
Missed and remembered by
family and friends.
(x)
SIMMONS
In Loving Memory of
Hugh Simmons
March 1953 August 1996
George Simmons
January 1928 June 2002
George Simmons (Jr.)
February 1962
December 2002
Tose we love remain with us
in the whisper of the wind,
in a soft rain that
falls from heaven,
in each sunrise,
in every star that
lights the night sky
and in every memory
we hold within our hearts.
Te Simmons family.
(x)
ROBBINS
In Loving Memory of
Caroline Christina
Robbins
who departed us
10 years ago on
October 13, 2003.
While through the years
the pain of the moment may
lessen,
the love and memory of our
time together
forever grows stronger.
Bob, Wayne, Jane and Marie.
(x)
Randy Spraggs
December 2, 2003
In Loving Memory of
a Dear Brother and Uncle.
No one knows how much
we miss you,
No one knows the bitter pain
we have sufered.
Since we lost you life has
never been the same.
In our hearts your
memory lingers
Sweetly tender, fond and true.
Tere is not a day,
dear brother,
that we do not think of you.
Sadly missed and lovingly
remembered:
Bev, Deryl, Candace, Kim
and families.
(x)
Randall James Spraggs
June 10, 1954
December 2, 2003
In Loving Memory of Our Son
Every day in some small way
Memories of you
come our way.
Ten years ago you left us
Tough absent you
are ever near.
Still missed, still loved
and ever dear.
Love Mom and Dad.
(x)
In Memory of
Our Dear Mother and
Grandmother
Mary Michasiw
1916 December 2010
Tree years ago you
went away
To take a well earned rest.
And of all the mothers
in the world
we were lucky to get the best.
Te world may change from
year to year
and friends from day to day.
But sweet memories of you
will never fade away.
For us who loved you
and lost you
Your memories
will always last.
Always remembered,
Lydia, Larry, Shirley, Ernie
and families.
(x)
Steven Skatch
March 4, 1921
November 26, 2011
Quietly remembered every day
Deeply missed along lifes way
Time and years roll swiftly by
But love and memories
never die.
Missed by Joan, Dianna,
Brian and families.
(x)
In Loving Memory of
Mary Kristalovich
July 1, 1932
November 30, 2008
And ye now therefore
have sorrow:
but I will see you again,
and your heart shall rejoice,
and your joy no man taketh
from you.
John 16:22
Forever missed
by your family.
(x)
Sheila Alice Chinner
August , - November ,
Sheila passed away at Delwynda Court in Deloraine on
Tuesday, November 12, 2013. Sheila Alice Knight was born
August 3, 1934 in Hamiota, Manitoba. Sheila was the only
daughter to William and Bertha Knight of Cardale, Manitoba.
Sheila was a big sister to Wayne and younger brother Darrell.
Sheila received her education at the Cardale School where she
was active in 4-H. Sheila married Fred Chinner on December
10, 1952 in the Cardale United Church.
When Fred and Sheila had free time from their busy work
schedule, they made the most of it by square dancing. Te
snowstorms had to be pretty severe for them to cancel dancing.
It was an expectation to accumulate thousands of miles on their
vehicle while square dancing over a year. Once their dance party
was home and had yet another lunch, it was not uncommon
for their card parties to continue until the morning chores
had to begin. Tey believed in working hard and playing hard
after work. Tey met many lifelong friends during their Square
Dancing travels and enjoyed these friendships throughout their
lives. After moving into town Mom and Dad enjoyed travelling
to Alaska and the Maritimes by bus and attending many local
fairs, 4-H days, tractor pulls and other events where they caught
up and visited with old friends and neighbours.
Mom always had a huge garden, growing most of the fresh
food we needed to last the family for the winter and she enjoyed
many years of canning and freezing preserves. She collected
many a cookbook over the years, making the best darn bean
pickles, yummy homemade cranberry ketchup, devilled eggs
and creamed corn. Good things came out of this as she found
some awesome recipes that Mom used to win many awards
and prizes at the Deloraine Fair. Mom took great pride in her
fower gardens and had numerous entries at both the fair and
the horticultural Society shows. Mom and Dad used to compete
against each other, running around the entry tables to see who
was winning each of the prize categories. Bragging rights to the
winner were important.
Guests were always welcome at Moms and they never left
without a meal, a bundle of Rhubarb, a batch of her famous
Fudge or some other form of care package. She is also
remembered for the many dozens of eggs she delivered all over
town for many years.
Te TV remote never moved too far past the Access Channel.
She enjoyed helping dad when he was involved with Access and
she loved to watch the Melita Music Jam Sessions and especially
the Square Dance reruns from years gone by. She played and
helped with the Bingo when she could. She found great comfort
watching and listening to the Access Channel as her mobility
and health declined.
Mother taught her children, grandchildren and great
grandchildren the value of an honest days work, honesty,
integrity and making sure you take time to enjoy life and the
friends and family in your life. She will be missed by many.
It is very comforting to the family to know that the dance
square is once again full, and the card playing will continue
until dawn while Heaven celebrates her arrival.
Sheila was predeceased by her loving husband, Fred; parents
William and Bertha Knight; Father and Mother-in-law, Frank
and Elizabeth Chinner; sister in law Lorraine Chinner, Brothers
in laws George Chinner and Bill Crossman, nephews Bobby
Chinner and Trevor Knight.
Left to mourn are Sheilas daughter Marlene (Gord
Cappelle); sons Barry (Sheila) and Dennis (Sylvia); three
adored granddaughters Jennifer (Jason); Melody (Mickey);
Ang (Bobby); and equally adored great grandchildren Kody,
Adam, Madison, Jaren, Cole, Austin, and Bryce; brothers Wayne
(Phyllis) Knight; Darrell (Barb) Knight, sisters in law Norma
Crossman and Sandra Knight as well as numerous nieces and
nephews.
(x)
Pearl Irene Madill
April , - November ,

It is with great sadness that


we announce the death of Pearl
Irene Madill, who passed away
peacefully on November 17,
2013 at the age of 92, surrounded
by the family who loved her.
Pearl was born on April 19,
1921 in McCreary, MB to parents
Robert and Annie Robinson. Tey
lived in Alonsa for a short time,
until they moved to a farm just
northeast of Bethany in 1923, where the
family would all grow up. On June 23, 1943, Pearl married
Cliford Madill. Tey moved onto their own farm just outside of
Bethany where they would raise their family.
Pearl loved her life on the farm, and she took great pride
in the many beautiful fowers she grew in her yard. She also
enjoyed baking, curling, knitting, doing puzzles, playing cards,
and anything else that meant she could have a visit with friends
and family. She devoted her life to her family, and through
the years after her own children had grown, she always had
grandchildren and great-grandchildren spending time with her.
In 1997, Pearl and Cliford moved into an apartment in
Minnedosa, where Pearl remained living on her own until
July of 2013. In September, she made her fnal move into the
Minnedosa Personal Care Home, where she resided only a few
short weeks before her passing.
Pearl was predeceased by her parents, husband Cliford, son
Darwin, brothers Will and Rob, sisters Minnie and Marg, and
her great grandson Connor.
Pearl will always be remembered as a woman who didnt
need the fancy things in life. She loved what she had, and she
was happiest when simply surrounded by her family. You never
entered a room she was in without seeing her smile as though
she hadnt seen you for years even if it had only been one day.
She had a quiet manner, and a strength that showed through in
everything she did.
She was loved by everyone who knew her, and will be missed
every single day by her family who loved her so much.
Left to cherish her memory are daughter Linda (Richard); son
Lyle (Laurie); daughter-in-law Eileen; grandchildren Rhonda
(Bruce), Marie (Shawn), Dennis (Anita), Kevin (Jody), Arden
(Cheryl) and Blake; sisters Ethel, Phoebe, Mary (Maurice);
brothers Jim (June) and Allan (Sylvia); and sister-in-law Muriel;
as well as many nieces and nephews. She has also left behind
8 great-grandchildren who she loved dearly Tyler, Rebecca,
Morgan, Amy, Ethan, Sara, Alexander and Rachelle.
A private graveside service was held at the Boyd Cemetery
in Bethany on November 20, 2013, with Rev. Natasha Pearen
of ciating. Minnedosa Funeral Service was in care of the
arrangements. If friends or family so wish, donations can be
made in Pearls name to the Minnedosa Personal Care Home or
to the Boyd Cemetery.
Tough her smile is gone forever,
And her hand we cannot touch,
Still we have so many memories,
Of the one we loved so much.
Her memory is our keepsake,
With which well never part;
God has her in His keeping,
We have her in our heart.
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Edna Selbie-Eamer
November 17th, 2013
Edna Selbie-Eamer (ne Larson)
of Brandon, beloved wife
of Reginald Eamer, passed
away peacefully at home on
November 17th, 2013 at the age
of 86 years.
In addition to her husband
Reg, Edna is survived by her
son, James (Anne) Selbie
and grandchildren Elizabeth,
James and Olivia; daughter
Jacquie (Bryan) Johnson and
grandchildren Wayne and Crystal; her
sister Florence (Fred) Swiscoski; brothers Gerry (Marilyn)
Larson, Del (Nora) Larson, sister-in-law Leona Smith, sister-in-
law Colleen Wasson and her many nieces and nephews. She is
also survived by Regs daughter Deb Berkan (Wayne Ellchuk)
and grandchildren Jared, Hayli and Jadrian; son Alfred (Jan)
Eamer and granddaughters Tara, BrieAnne and Leah; daughter
Linda (Ken) Davies; daughter Brenda Ash-Kevill (David) and
grandchildren Tyler, Courtney and Brittany; and son Darrel
(Dori) Eamer and granddaughter Brooklyn.
A Memorial Service will be held at Knox United Church,
451-18th Street, Brandon, on Friday, December 6, 2013 at 2:00
p.m. with Rev. Craig Miller of ciating. Messages of condolence
may be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com. Arrangements
are in care of Brockie Donovan Funeral & Cremation Services,
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ACCOUNTING
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Government form filing
Phone 867-5550
Fax 867-5808
116 Main St. S.
Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
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Minnedosa, MB.
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Great starter home near school!
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updated since 2008. Main foor
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This 3 bedroom home has been
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176 - 5th Ave. SW, Minnedosa
This 2 bedroom, 2 bath home has been
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Quiet location with a Ienced yard.
Nicely fnished basement
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275 - 4th St. SW, Minnedosa
Two bedroom bungalow home in good
location. Home has 2 bedrooms on main
foor plus small oIfce. House is needing
work, but will be a good investment Ior
the right handyman.
Land near Brookdale
Approx. 446 acres with approx.
200 cultivated in the RM oI North
Cypress. N 1/2 and SW 1/4 oI
27-12-16W. Land is directly west
oI Brookdale, MB. Three metal grain
bins approximately 12,000 bushels. Crop
insurance rating - NE 1/4 - C,
NW 1/4 - D, SW 1/4 - C.
2013 Taxes are $1,970.34.
NEW LISTING
Gwen Usick
Alternate Broker
Ph: 867-4657
Fax: 867-2150
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PRAIRIE MOUNTAIN
IndependentlyOwned
andOperated
Minnedosa
Stone heritage 3 bdm, 1
1/2 bath home Ieatures
original detailed
hardwood, unique
fxtures, insulated
basement & is sold
with 9 town lots. There
is a single garage,
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2 sheds & circular
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MLS#1316628
$215,000
$199,999
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Erickson
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on 16.16 acres,
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character 5 Bdm 2
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numerous out
buildings, a 1
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vegetable garden
and much more...
MLS#1310385
$299,000
R.M. of Odanah
2832 sq It home with
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40`x60`shed, barns,
hayland, groomed
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gardens all located on
50 acres.
MLS#1312319
Minnedosa
Updated 2 bdm
bungalow has second
kitchen in basement.
Numerous recent
renos include
windows, kitchen,
bathroom, ceiling,
ceramic & hardwood
fooring, garden doors,
deck to mention a Iew.
Single car garage,
carport, greenhouse
& large vegetable
garden.
MLS1325098
Newdale
Great business
opportunity, 53`x97`
oI commercial space
with 3 separate
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Ior 3 diIIerent
businesses.
Currently Canada
Post is a tenant &
other 2 are vacant.
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a personal showing.
MLS#1321131
Shoal Lake
3 Bdm 2 Bath
bungalow on corner
lot. Modern kitchen,
numerous recent
upgrades including,
insulation, siding,
Iasia, soIft, eaves,
shingles, 24`x11.10`
deck & much more...
MLS#1316175
$109,000
PRICE REDUCED NEW LISTING
Ryan Marnock
204-868-5980 or 204-867-5544
Roofng Decks
Fencing
Exterior Finishing
Renovations Repairs
Jeremy Betteridge
1-204-868-0260
1-204-848-7663
betterridgeroofng@gmail.com
TAG
Construction
All Jobs, Roofing,
Painting
General Repairs and
Maintenance
Contact
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at 867-2729
or 210-0225
240 Main St. N
Box 325
Minnedosa, MB
BDO
Chartered Accountants
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Farm, Business & Individual
Professional Services:
~ Tax
~ Accounting
~ Farm Programs
Sarah Campbell, CGA
39 Main Street South
Minnedosa 867-2957
Canada, LLP
AUTO
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Working in your community to meet
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Your Home is Where My Heart Is
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204-867-4346
NEEPAWA
S3S 1st Ave. S
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1784 Sq Fi
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133 4tb St. NE
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1295 Sq Fi
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Dascncni
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Caragc
66 132 Loi
$339,900
22? Stb Ave. SW
Crcai Poicniial
1120 Sq Fi
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Fcnccd
75 120 Loi
WiiI a Crcai
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$1?9,900
NEW LISTING
OPEN HOUSE
Sunday, Dec 1
2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
OPEN HOUSE
Sunday, Dec S
2 p.m. - 4 p.m.

OPEN HOUSE
Saturday, Nov 30
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
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Weoffer afull lineof
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Letterhead, Tickets, Invitations
and MORE! Wealso provide
Colour Photocopying, Photo
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Visit us at:
14 3rd Avenue S.W.
Minnedosa, MB
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. to 12 noon &
1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Phone 867-3816
LEGAL
Alexander
Jackson
Law Office
B-116 Main St S
Minnedosa, MB
867-3981
http://www.ajaxlaw.ca
SI MS & COMPANY
Law Offc e
Norman H. Si ms, Q. C.
76 Mai n Street South
MI NNEDOSA 867-2717
HANDYMAN
REAL ESTATE
Burgess Law
Office
51 Main Street S
Minnedosa
867-2935
burglaw@mts.net
FINANCE INSURANCE
Drivers Licenses, Autopac
General Insurance
Bruce McNabb & Dave McDonald
867-3946
MINNEDOSA
INSURANCE SERVICES
WAHOSKI
MECHANICAL LTD.
PLUMBING
HEATING
GAS FITTING
AIR CONDITIONING
204-867-3121
or
204-476-5185
GORD KELLY
Plumbing & Heating
Gas Fitting
ph: 867-2084
cell: 867-0346
SERVICES
T A C
Vent ur es I nc.
Waste
Management &
Contracting
(204)476-0002
Garbage Removal
Bin Rentals
Construction Demolition
Renovating
Household clean up
Estate clean ups
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Minnedosa
Credit
Union
Main line
867-6350
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867-6364
Susan Glasgow
867-6353
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867-6354
Debbie Strelczik
867-6359
Lori McNabb
867-6360
Harvey Wedgewood
867-6363
Carol Dalrymple
867-6367
Carol Taylor
867-6368
Kim Robinson
867-6352
Jeff Dusessoy
867-6369
Sylvia Firby
867-6361
Candice Brown
867-6362
Brad Ross
867-6366
Fax
867-6391
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B0P1ON PAlN1lNG
Mgrna Charles
ome. $7-97!7
Cell. $$-9903
ALCOHOLICS
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If you like to drink and can
That's your business
If you want to stop and can't
That's our business.
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or 867-3966
Alanon - 867-3308
Alateen - 867-5121
867-3401 Minnedosa
Mtg. Times: 8:00 pm Tuesdays
Mood
Disorders
Association
of Manitoba
Support Group
Meetings held at
Minnedosa Hospital Boardroom
every 2nd Tuesday of the month
at 6:30 p.m. For more info call:
Lora Hay 826-2773
Connie Finlay 867-2556
L LE EO ON NA A S S
S ST TU UD DI I O O O OF F I I M MA AG GE E
Family Hair Care Family Hair Care
Waxing Waxing Pedicures Pedicures
Manicures Manicures LCN Nails LCN Nails
Pedique Pedique Tanning Tanning
Massage Massage
867-2287 867-2287
67 Main St. 67 Main St.
St. Alphonsus
Catholic Church
142 4th St, NW.
Minnedosa, MB 867-3831
Mass Sunday 9:00 a.m.
142 4th St, NW.
Minnedosa, MB 867-3831
TRADING
FRONTIER
TRADING STORE
867-5551
Gently Used Furniture
Clothing & Misc. Items
Donations
Estate Sales
Pick-up & Deliveries
SERVICES
SELF-HELP
Drug Problem?
Narcotics
Anonymous can help
Meetings every
Tuesday &
Saturday at 7 p.m.
at Calvary Temple,
221 Hamilton Street,
Neepawa, MB
Lakeside
Septic Service
Potable water
delivery.
Book your portable
toilets.
Small tool rentals.
Bryon Gaiser
867-2416
Cell: 867-7558
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Phone/Text 867-5444


Snow Blowing
Sidewalk Clearing
Roof Raking
Small Branch Trimming
Yard Clean Up
Hauling
Other Odd Jobs

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(204) 476-4705
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RAINKE'S
Sewage Service
JIM BEAUMONT
476-2483
Owner/Operator
Cell: 476-6591
Dennis: 476-2766
23 Hour Service
RANKIES
People Helping People
- Committed to Caring -
Phone (204) 857-6100
Fax (204) 857-8389
cpccs@centralplainscancercare.com
www.centralplainscancercare.com
SEPTIC
PLUMBING
MLA
LEANNE ROWAT, M.L.A.
Minnedosa
114 Main St. S.
Ofce Hours
Constituency
Ph: (204) 867-2297
Fax: (204) 867-3641
Winnipeg
Ph: (204) 945-0258
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Mon. - Fri.
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Drywall and Taping
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Decks, Fences, Garages
and More!
204-868-0382
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TV AND APPLIANCE
SALES AND SERVICE
Your Shaw Direct,
LG, Samsung, Bell
Danby Dealer
Computer Sales and Service
Systems, Monitors &
Accessories
Minnedosa, MB
Phone 867-3164
E-mail: darm112@mts.net
SALES
SELF-HELP
Brian Horner
Grain & Fertilizer
Hauling
204-867-7182
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