MINNEDOSA

Beachcomber
2015 OFFICIAL VISITORS GUIDE

www.discoverminnedosa.com

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Minnedosa History
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he town of Minnedosa is situated in a valley with the
Little Saskatchewan River running through it. The
valley of the Little Saskatchewan River came into
existence some 12,000 years ago. The valley was created as
melt water from the receding glacier ran its course into the
nearby glacial Lake Aggassiz. The rushing waters, at some
points measuring more than a mile wide and 200 feet down
to the rivers edge, carved the valley out of the prairies.
The Little Saskatchewan River forms at Lake Audy in
Riding Mountain National Park, some thirty miles north of
Minnedosa, and flows south into the Assiniboine River at
Brandon.
Archaeological discoveries date the presence of human
habitation back tot he time of the glacier receding with the
finding of Clovis and Folsom points.
The recorded history of this area dates back to the mid
1700s as fur traders began to enter the area. Two small fur

trading posts, one by the Hudson’s Bay Company and the
other by the North West Fur Trader’s Company, were built in
the immediate area in 1818. After the amalgamation of these
two companies in 1821, both posts were abandoned.
The first settlers in the Minnedosa valley arrived in the early
1870s. One of these settlers was John Tanner. He opened a
crossing on the Carlton trail and operated it until 1883 when
the railroad came through. In 1874, the North West Mounted
Police established a post at Tanner’s Crossing. This site is
marked by a stone cairn which is located along the Beach
Road approximately 1/4 mile east of Main Street.
Pioneers began arriving to this area in great numbers in
the late 1870s and began building homes and businesses.
By 1879 a grist mill had been built. The Manitoba and North
Western Railroad built track to the area in 1883, the same year
that the Town of Minnedosa was incorporated.
Photo Credit: Minnedosa Regional Archives 2008-09-128, 2008-09-102, 2010-10-156

Fun Fest

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ince 1963, Minnedosa has hosted an unforgettable
summer celebration! Over the years there have been
a number of name changes for this festival but no
matter what you call the current Fun Fest, there is something
special for the whole family.
The festivities kick off with Kiddies’ Day targeted toward
the children. There are numerous games and activities
planned as well as a Kiddies’ Parade. During the parade,
many children like to dress up in costumes and decorate
their bikes or wagons to show off to the parade spectators.
The big Fun Fest Parade is held Saturday morning and
features floats, marching bands, animals, vintage cars and
tractors, and pretty much everything else a parade should
have.
Other popular Fun Fest attractions include great food,
social gatherings, dances and many other unique attractions.

A Downtown Street Market and music jam in the park
were introduced in 2010 and proved to be a success which
continues each year.
If you happen to be in the area during the second weekend
in July, be sure to take in some Fun Fest activities. There is
something for every member of the family to enjoy.

Emergency 911
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e hope your visit to Minnedosa is enjoyable and
that during your time in our community you will
not require our emergency services. However,
if you do need emergency assistance, our community is
prepared with a high level of quality services.
Minnedosa is served by a dedicated team of well-trained
emergency responders, whether it’s firefighters, paramedics
or police.
The Minnedosa Fire Department, located at the corner of
Main Street and 5th Avenue N.W., includes two fire trucks,
a pick-up truck with small pumper unit and a top-of-theline rescue unit, all equipped with the latest rescue tools and
equipment.
If you happen to become ill while visiting Minnedosa,
our community offers a medical clinic, located at 129 2nd
Avenue S.W. (west of the clock tower) Walk-ins are available
beginning at 10 a.m. Afternoon visits are by appointment.
In the event of a medical emergency, our area is served by
a dedicated EMS team of paramedics’ with fully equipped
ambulances. The Minnedosa District Health Centre is located
on 1st Avenue, S.W., Our health care facility features 27 acute
care rooms and offers public health, lab and x-ray services.
Located just north of the hospital is the local detachment
office of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, which serve
our community as part of the Spruce Plains Area RCMP.
Whether you require the assistance of our fire department,
Emergency Medical Services or Police, dial 911 for assistance.
The Minnedosa Beachcomber is the Official Visitors’ Guide to
Minnedosa, Manitoba, Canada. Since 1996, The Beachcomber has been
published annually by The Minnedosa Tribune Ltd. The publication is
distributed free of charge throughout the year to several locations in
Minnedosa and throughout Manitoba and Canada.
Editor: Darryl Holyk
Graphic Design: Heather Horner
Cover Photo Credit: Scotty Gwyer
All contents are copyright 2015

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Lake & Beach
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innedosa’s main tourist attraction is a gem that
many may not realize exists – Minnedosa Lake.
The beginnings of this man-made body
of water dates back to 1907 when a group of local men
created the Minnedosa Power Company. The plan was to
construct a dam, spillway, hydro-electric generating station
and lake, which would serve as a reservoir to run the
power turbines and supply electric power to the booming
Town of Minnedosa. Water first flowed over the logs of
the Minnedosa spillway on April 10th, 1912, marking the
birth of our lake. Disaster struck on May 4th, 1948 when
the spillway collapsed causing a major flooding disaster
for downtown Minnedosa. For the three years following
the spillway collapse, the lake remained dry with only the
Little Saskatchewan River meandering through its once
pristine waters. The current spillway was completed in the

early 1950s.
The creation of the lake brought with it a beach,
nearby campground and cottage area, lake front properties
and many recreational and tourism related opportunities.
Over the years, our lake has played host to numerous
water related sporting events and competitions including
Canada Summer Games, Pan Am Games and National
Sprint Championships. In the 1960s Minnedosa was
known as the Waterski Capital of Canada.

Automotive

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Did you know...
There is a restaurant in Missunwi, Tanzania called the
Minnedosa Cafe. Owner Asteria Kirita attended college in
nearby Brandon and decided to honour her Manitoba friends
by naming her business after Minnedosa.

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at certain times during the day.
Do not be alarmed, the siren sounds three
times a day at 8 a.m., 12 noon, and 6 p.m.
The siren is also used in certain
emergency situations. If you hear the siren
wail at numerous intervals, it is alerting
local fire department volunteers of a fire
or emergency call in which their assistance
is required. The Town of Minnedosa has
also chosen to use the siren to alert local
residents of a larger emergency situation,
such as a chemical spill or explosion which
could put residents to risk of danger or
require the evacuation of residents. In the
event of such an emergency, the siren would
wail continuously alerting residents to head
indoors, close windows and doors and wait
for further instructions.

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Japanese Garden
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ucked away in a peaceful nook behind the Minnedosa
Regional Library is a tranquil Japanese Garden.
This garden was a result of a sister-city partnership
established in the mid-1990s between Minnedosa and Ishii,
Japan.
Creating such a garden in Canada was no easy task. Due
to drastic climate differences between the two countries,
certain plants and materials, which would withstand the cold
temperatures of a Manitoba winter, while remaining authentic
to a Japanese garden were used. Several non-plant features
have been used to bring authenticity to the garden. One of
these features is a basin made of rock which is known as
Chozubacki. Located near the garden’s entrance, its purpose
is for visitors to wash their hands and face upon entering.
Other unique features include a Shishi Odoshi made of
bamboo and a rain chain, also called Kusari doi, which creates

a fountain-like effect making a musical sound in the falling
water. Some non-water related features include a lattice and
bamboo fence, known as Sodi Gaki and a static (non changing)
Zen Garden.
Visit the peaceful Japanese garden and experience firsthand
another country’s culture right here in rural Manitoba.

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Living in Minnedosa

nown as Manitoba’s Valley Paradise, families are discovering that there’s more to Minnedosa than just a
fabulous getaway destination.
We offer a diverse selection of homes sure to appeal to any lifestyle. From historic brick and stone
houses reflecting the architectural legacy of our town to more modern and contemporary dwellings, there’s something
for every taste and budget. Even for those families looking for homes to rent, the construction of fifteen new rental
houses in 2015 has augmented this segment of the housing market greatly.
If rural living inspires you to start from scratch and build your dream home from the ground up, Minnedosa’s
breathtaking landscapes create a unique canvas to ensure your home is as individual as you are.
Our community is home to services which fully meet the needs of growing families including a Kindergarten
to Grade 12 education, a diverse selection of dining options, an eclectic mix of shops and services and a full slate of
medical professionals – hospital, dentist, optometrist, chiropractic care and physiotherapy.
But most of all, what sets Minnedosa apart is our residents – the friends and neighbours you’ll come to know
when you move in. At the heart of our community programs and projects, the energy and enthusiasm of our people
is most responsible for our continued success.
Looking for a new home? Consider Manitoba’s Valley Paradise in Minnedosa.

Welcome!
Enjoy Your
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Minnedosa
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Leanne Rowat
Constituency Office - 204-867-2297

Downtown Shopping

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eave the hustle and bustle of city shopping behind and
enjoy a relaxing shopping adventure in downtown
Minnedosa. Our business district is centrally located
in the heart of Minnedosa and is made up of numerous
restaurants, stores and unique shops each with its own special
line of treasures for shoppers.
Minnedosa has a strong Chamber of Commerce with over
100 members. The Chamber membership list, found elsewhere
in this publication, reads like a who’s who of the Minnedosa
business district. Throughout the year, the local Chamber is
active with bi-weekly lunch meetings and initiatives, such as a
coupon sheet to promote and encourage local shopping.
The Chamber hosts a town-wide garage sale during May
long weekend, Ag Appreciation BBQ in June, Unlock the
Magic of Main Street Christmas promaotion and Santa Day
with free photos with Santa in December. The Chamber also
sponsors the community parade during Fun Fest.

No matter what it is you are in search of, you are sure to find
it in one of our Minnedosa businesses. Take some time to stroll
along Main Street and drop in to browse, shop, and support
our many friendly business places. The friendly, qualified staff
will assist you with any questions or inquiries. Take advantage
of the many benefits and opportunities that await as you shop
downtown Minnedosa.

Agricultural Fair
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ince 1883, the Minnedosa Agricultural Society has off some of the winning home baking. Bidders are
held an annual summer fair. This tradition, started by always generous with their bids to take home a delicious
local pioneers over 130 years ago, continues today! handmade, fair winning pie!
Every year, during fair weekend in July, the local
Ag Society grounds along 6th Avenue N.W. come to life
attracting young and old spectators and exhibitors.
Did you know...
During a visit to the two-day local fair, you will find
Minnedosa’s Town flower is the
various horse classes including English, Western, Heavy
“daisy”. This was an initiative started by the local
Halter and Heavy Hitch. There is also a miniature horse
Communities in Bloom. Why the Daisy? Well it’s
show and light and heavy horse driving competitions.
simple to grow and grows like a weed! You’ll see
Inside the agricultural display building, visitors can
many daisy displays throughout the community
browse the many home baking, preserves, art, handicraft,
this summer.
grain and flower exhibits. These exhibits are judged in
their various classes and awarded old fashioned ribbons
and a small cash prize. Following the judging and award
presentation, a fundraising food auction is held to auction

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Agricultural; Automotive;
Manufacturing
ATPR Farm - Blaauuwyhel
Family
204-727-4641
All About Leather
204-868-5808
Bethany Motors Repair
204-865-2349
Four Seasons Repair
21 Armitage Ave.
204-867-2737
Haven Trading Canada Inc.
204-826-2120
Husky Oil
500 1st Ave. N.W.
204-867-8100

Minnedosa Auto Wreckers
Highway 16
204-867-3877

Minnedosa Service Centre
142 Main St. N.
204-867-2882
Morris Industries Ltd.
284 6th Ave. N.W.
204-867-2713
Park Line Automotive Inc.
214 Main St. N.
204-867-2694
Redfern Farm Services
Highway 10 & 355
204-867-2679

Meyers Norris Penny LLP
204-867-2048
Minnedosa Credit Union
60 Main St. S.
204-867-6350
Minnedosa Insurance
137 Main St. S.
204-867-3946
RBC Royal Bank
61 Main St. S.
1-800-769-2511

Sharon’s Town & Country
Insurance
48 Main St. N
204-867-3607

Professional; Legal;
Medical

Integra Tire Auto Centre
11 3rd Ave. S.W.
204-867-3145

Riverdale Fabrication Service
SE 24-14-19 W
204-867-5237
Straight and Easy GPS Steering
- Marty McNabb
204-867-0043

M & M Autobody
18 Armitage Ave.
204-867-2083

Wilson’s Wheels Auto Sales
337 6th Ave. N.W.
204-867-2699

Burgess Law Office
51 Main St. S.
204-867-2935

Midnight Metalworks
204-867-7111

Windmill Farms
204-867-2919

Elissa Crompton - Registered
Massage Therapist
204-727-0472

Minion Industries
56 1st Ave. S.W.
204-867-2308

MB Canola Growers Association
204-805-1609

Minnagro
79 Armitage Ave.
204-867-6010
Minnedosa Agricultural Society
204-867-7503

Accounting; Financial;
Insurance; Investment
Catherine M. Gijsbers Certified General Accountant
213 2nd St. N.E.
204-867-3884
John’s Tax Service & Accounting
116 Main St. S
204-867-5550

Alexander Jackson Law Office
B-116 Main St. S.
204-867-3981

Dr. Greg Perkins Optometrist
129 2nd Ave. S.W.
204-867-2455
Liberty Physiotherapy
Main St. S.
1-800-818-5529
Minnedosa Chiropractic Centre
3 - 115 Main St. S
204-867-5290

Minnedosa Vet Clinic
335 6th Ave. N.W.
204-867-3917
Sims & Company
76 Main St. S.
204-867-2717

Retail
A & B Dalrymple’s Country Farm
Greenhouse
NW 6-15-17 W
204-867-3317
Blazer’s
140 Main St. N
204-867-5254
Burgess Quality Foods
70 Main St. S.
204-867-2821
Curvy Girls Clothing
Main St. S.
204-868-0838
Darwin Matthews TV Sales &
Service
112 1st St. N.W.
204-867-3164
Dungeon Shirts
149 2nd Ave. S.W.
204-867-2830
Fashion House
65 Main St. S.
204-867-3674
Flowers on Main
110 Main St. S.
204-867-1915
Frontier Trading
151 9th Ave. S.W.
204-867-5551

Heritage Co-op
120 Main St. S.
204-867-2295

Tilson Place B & B
149 2nd Ave. S.W.
204-867-2830

Home Hardware
37 Main St. N
204-867-2802

Uncle Tom’s Restaurant
Highway 16
204-867-2109

Krista’s Jewellery
204-867-2914

Recreation &
Entertainment

Re/Max Prairie Mountain
Gwen Usick, Realtor
204-867-4657

Minnedosa Pharmacy
77 Main St. S.
204-867-2071

Dancing Fish Yoga
2nd Ave S.E.
204-867-2830

Sutton/Harrison Realty
Peter M. Harrison
204-867-5444

Lodging & Restaurants

D & D Music Factory
204-867-3610

Builders & Tradesman

Chipperfield Coffee Company
50 Main St. N.
204-867-5751
Corner Stone Grill
53 Main St. S.
204-705-4549
Dari Isle Drive In
11 6th Ave. N.E.
204-867-3601

Deb Pritchard Golf Services
61 6th St. S.W.
204-867-3151
Minnedosa Bowl
200 Main St. N.
204-867-2827

Fairmount B & B
204-874-2165

Minnedosa Community
Conference Centre
63 Main St. N.
204-867-2272

Gateway Motel
240 Main St. N.
204-867-2729

Minnedosa Golf & Country Club
61 6th St. S.W.
204-867-3151

Gull’s Rest B & B
5 Bison Drive
204-380-4432

Minnedosa Fitness Centre
35 Main St. S.
204-867-5172

Heather’s Catering
204-867-3162

Minnedosa 50+ Activity Centre
31 Main St. S.
204-867-1956

Maushies
9 Main St. N.
204-867-5258

Real Estate

Services

HomeLife Home Professional
Realty
Rick Taylor
204-867-7551

880 CKLQ/94.7 Star FM
204-726-8888

Birch Construction Ltd.
204-867-7506
204-867-0400
C. Burton Enterprises Ltd.
115 Crerar Bay
204-867-3950
Clint Moffat & Sons Ltd.
SW 10-15-18 W
204-867-3356
Glenndosa Glass
B-119 Main St. S.
204-867-3643
Gord Kelly Plumbing & Heating
204-867-2084
Hillside Plumbing & Heating
NE 5-15-18 W
204-868-5358
Parish Backhoe Services
204-874-2134

Minnedosa Campground
Lot 4 Z Minnedosa Beach
204-867-3450

Minnedosa Rec Commission
39 Main St. S.
204-867-2250
Rockin’ the Fields
Flr 2 103 Main St. S.
204-867-3848

Rosie’s Country Cafe & Bakery
73 Main St. S.
204-867-2661

Ski Valley
SW 34-15-18 W
204-867-3509

Sharpe Roofing Ltd.
204-868-5544

Stoneview Natural B & B
353 5th Ave. S.W.
204-867-3578

Superstar Media Services
204-867-2034

Wahoski Mechanical Ltd.
204-867-3121
204-476-5185

SUBWAY
64 Main St. S.
204-705-2345

Up & Away Balloons
334 3rd St. N.E.
204-867-3599

Prairie Concrete
299 1st Ave. N.W.
204-867-3853
Saler’s Backhoe & Trucking
619 3rd St. N.E.
204-867-0180

Westhope Builders
204-868-5012

Crocus Upholstering
151 1st St. N.E.
204-867-5014
Destinations Plus
48 Main St. N.
204-867-5777
Double M Towing
204-210-0013
enJoy Salon & Spa
25 Main St. S
204-867-2533
Essential Choice Body Balance
B-119 Main St. S.
204-867-3983
HairWorks by Colleen
115 Crerar Bay
204-867-7764
Johnston Yard Care Services
204-476-4705
Lakeside Septic Service &
Water Hauling
Lot 71 Brandosa Bch
204-867-2416
Leona’s Studio of Image
67 Main St. S
204-867-2287
Minnedosa Calvary Church
52 2nd Ave. S.W.
204-867-5342
Minnedosa Community
Childcare Co-op
49 2nd Ave. N.W.
204-867-3313
Minnedosa Funeral Service
34 3rd Ave. S.W.
204-867-3868
Minnedosa Regional Library
45 1st Ave. S.W.
204-867-2585
Minnedosa Taxi
10 4th Ave. S.E.
204-867-5629

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Minnedosa Tribune
14 3rd Ave S.W.
204-867-3816

MB Liquor Control Commission
16 2nd Ave N.W.
204-867-2838

Modern Looks Unisex Hair
Designs
75 Main St. S.
204-867-5694

Manitoba Hydro
1-888-624-9376

Puddle Jumpers Daycare
204-867-3100

Minnedosa Adult Learning
Centre
Minnedosa
204-867-2519

Service to Seniors
31 Main St. S.
204-867-5190

Minnedosa & Area CDC
39 Main St. S.
204-867-3885

Valley Royal Travel
25 Main St. S
204-867-2711

Minnedosa Collegiate Institute
74 Armitage Ave.
204-867-2794

Westman Communications
Group
Brandon
1-800-665-3337

Minnedoa Regional Archives
45 1st Ave. S.W.
204-867-2841

Yellowhead Regional
Employment
133 Main St. S.
204-867-2833
Xerox - Kelty Marketing
Brandon
204-726-0242

Government; Utilities;
Education
Assiniboine Community College
Brandon
204-725-8725

R.M. of Minto - Odanah
49 Main St. S.
204-867-3282
Tanner’s Crossing School
90 Armitage Ave.
204-867-2591
Town of Minnedosa
103 Main St. S.
204-867-2727

Places of
Worship
Calvary Church
52 - 2nd Ave. S.W. Minnedosa
Sunday Services: 11:00 a.m.

Evangelical Covenant Church
101 - 4th Ave. S.W. Minnedosa
Sunday School: 9:30 a.m.
Sunday Services: 10:30 a.m.

Holy Ukrainian Catholic Parish
of the Holy Ascension
202 - 5th St. N.W. Minnedosa

Minnedosa United Church
48 Main Street S. Minnedosa
Sunday School during Service
Sunday Service: 11:00 a.m.

St. Alphonsus Catholic Church
142 - 4th St. N.W. Minnedosa
Sunday Service: 9:00 a.m.

St. Mark’s Anglican Church
108 - 2nd Ave. S.W. Minnedosa
Sunday Service: 11:00 a.m.

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Parks & Playgrounds

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hroughout the community, there are a
number of parks and playgrounds for children and
families to enjoy. Pictured above is River’s Edge
Recreation
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Minnedosa’s
newest
park.
Located north of the Little Saskatchewan River,
west of Tanner’s Crossing School, the development
of this park is a multi-year project. Phase One has
been completed with a walking trail, bike park and
picnic area. Phase Two is now underway and includes the
development of a dog park. Future phases will include a
disc golf course and skate park.
Tanner’s Crossing Park, located east of the Main
Street Bridge was created in 1970 by the local Railroad
Centennial Committee. Highlights of the park include a
decommissioned Canadian Pacific engine and caboose as
well as a band stand dedicated to the memory of former
Minnedosa Mayor and musician, Rick Everett.

Downtown Minnedosa also features a number of
small corner parks, known as Founders Parks. These parks, a
project undertaken by the Chamber of Commerce Business
Improvement Committee can be found along Main Street
at the corners of 2nd Avenue North, 3rd Avenue North,
Armitage Avenue and 2nd Avenue South (across from the
clock tower). Further south on Main Street, is a
Founder’s Park dedicated to Minnedosa resident and
former Manitoba Premier, the late Walter Weir. This one is
located at the corner of Main Street and 3rd Avenue S.W.
The Elks playground can be found at Minnedosa
beach, just north of the spillway. There are also playgrounds
located at the corners of 4th Avenue and 2nd Street N.W.,
8th Avenue and 2nd Street S.W., and along 5th Avenue
N.E. between 3rd and 4th Street. Enjoy some time alone or
together with family and friends at one our beautiful parks
or playgrounds.

Heritage Village

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tep back in time at the Heritage Village.
If you are interested in seeing how people lived and
how things were done back in the “good old days” be
sure to take a tour of the Minnedosa Museum and Heritage
Village. Open during the months of July and August, as well
as other times of the year by appointment, the Heritage
Village features ten beautifully restored buildings, each full
of artifacts from days gone by.
During your tour of the village you will visit a blacksmith
shop, one-room school house, country church, trapper’s
cabin, period home, log barn and more.
The most unique building on the village grounds is the
two-storey octagon display building, which was moved
onsite from the Minnedosa Fairgrounds and restored back
to its former glory. It is one of only three such buildings still
standing in the province and is the only one which features
its original upper cupola. Other village attractions include a

working windmill, wooden waterwheel and a trout pond.
The Heritage Village will comes alive with a pioneer
church service, tours of the buildings, BBQ, music, dancing
and other old time attractions during the museum’s annual
Heritage Day celebration.
To get to the Museum and Heritage Village turn east off
Main Street at 3rd Avenue N.E. and travel four blocks. A
welcome sign and stone gate will welcome you as you follow
the road into the heart of the Heritage Village.

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Rodeo
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odeo action comes to life each August long eekend
in Minnedosa. After many years absence, a group
of dedicated volunteers brought a family-friendly
rodeo back to Minnedosa in 2004. Since that time, the local
rodeo has continued to grow in success and as a result, the
Minnedosa Rodeo has been named Rodeo of the Year by
the Heartland Rodeo Association in 2009 and 2012!
Each year, over 1,500 people take in the Minnedosa
Rodeo and enjoy events such as bareback, calf roping,
barrel racing, saddle bronc, team roping, goat tying and
of course the adrenaline rising, nail-biting bull riding!
Other popular rodeo attractions include muttin’ bustin’
for the kids, an evening dance, various vendors and other
family-friendly attractions.
In addition to the two-day Heartland Rodeo,
Minnedosa is also one of the stops on the Manitoba High

School Rodeo Association’s annual circuit.
Throughout the rodeo weekend, spectators are sure to
see the talent of local cowboys and cowgirls as a number of
hometown and neighbouring competitors in various events.
This August long weekend, put on your jeans, cowboy
hat and boots and head on down to the local rodeo grounds.
See for yourself why this event has been recognized as
Rodeo of the Year!

Did you know...
The population of Minnedosa according to
Statistics Canadian 2011 is 2587. This was a 4.6%
increase over the 2006 population.

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Golf & Country Club

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community’s greatest attractions. Throughout the golfing
season, the local course attracts golfers from near and far,
whether it’s for a relaxing day of golf with friends or competing
in one of the many tournaments hosted by the club.
Minnedosa’s 18-hole links style golf course is one of the
most picturesque courses with beautiful landscaping, and well
manicured greens throughout. Located in a pristine valley setting,
the Minnedosa Golf Course features elevation changes of over
120 feet. From some of the higher points of the course, golfers can
see why many choose to visit this beautiful community, nestled
in the Little Saskatchewan valley. A game at the Minnedosa Golf
Course offers relaxation and enjoyment while at the same time
challenging your game skill.
In addition to the game, the Minnedosa Golf and
Country Club offers a fully equipped Pro Shop. Our CPGA,
Deb Pritchard, and her knowledgeable staff, are available to help
meet all your golfing needs. The Pro Shop carries a full line of

golf-related goods as well as top quality apparel for men and
ladies. Private lessons, special golf packages, and cart rentals
are also available. Members of the Minnedosa Golf and Country
Club benefit from a number of special services such as weekly
power cart and/or golf club cleanings.
The recently renovated kitchen at the club offers a full range
of menu items from drinks and light snacks, to main dishes from
breakfast, dinner, or supper.
Whether a beginner or a pro, a visit to the Minnedosa Golf
and Country Club will be an unforgettable, enjoyable experience.

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Business and Industry

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ur valley setting is not only ideal for life and play. In fact, our geography creates a number of strategic advantages
for business and industry.
Situated at the intersection of Provinicial Highway 10 and 16, Minnedosa is at the crossroads of two major
routes. Highway 10, one of Manitoba’s primary north-south travel corridors is used daily by commuter traffic as well as
access to Riding Mountain National Park. Highway 16, part of Canada’s Yellowhead Highway, is a major commercial
overland route connecting Portage La Prairie to key communities across the northern part of the Provinces.
Our location, combined with the opportunities for industrial and commercial development both in our Crerar Bay
industrial park as well as available rural properties, opens the door for numerous possibilities.
Major employers in the area include the agriculture industry, the regional health district, Heritage Co-op and Husky
Energy. With a wide service area supporting surrounding communities beyond the 2,500 Minnedosa residents itself, our
community’s appetite to support new ventures is a healthy one.
To explore your Minnedosa opportunity, contact the Minnedosa & Area Community Development Corporation
through the avenues listed below.

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Spillway and Dam

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popular attraction in our valley is the Minnedosa
Spillway. Located at the southeast corner of
Minnedosa Lake, the current spillway is the second
such structure to stand at this location. The original collapsed
on May 4th, 1948, causing a major flooding disaster for
downtown Minnedosa. A book on this event, Hold Back
the Dam, was produced by the Minnedosa District Heritage
Foundation to mark the 50th anniversary of the collapse in
1998. This book is still available for purchase at a number of
local businesses.
History of the spillway and Minnedosa Lake dates back
to 1907 when a group of local men created the Minnedosa
Power Company. The plan was to construct a dam, spillway,
hydro-electric generating station and lake, which would serve
as a reservoir to run the power turbines and supply electric power
to the booming Town of Minnedosa. Our man-made lake is
103 years old as water first flowed over the logs of the
Minnedosa spillway on April 10th, 1912.

For the three years following the spillway collapse in 1948,
the lake remained dry with only the Little Saskatchewan River
meandering through its once pristine waters. A combined effort
of the Town and surrounding Rural Municipalities convinced
government departments that the lake and spillway must be
rebuilt to serve as a major water conservation area for the
entire district. Work on the current spillway began in 1950 and
was completed two years later. Maintenance and repairs to the
spillway and earthen dam that holds the waters of Minnedosa
Lake back from the town have been ongoing with the most
recent major stabilization project undertaken in 2009 and
2010.

Did you know...
The land area of Minnedosa is
15.26 square kilometers

A Community at Play

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heir squeals of delight fill the air. No matter the season or whether they’re year round residents or seasonal
visitors, the variety of recreation available to our youth in Minnedosa allows us to ignite the passions of our young
people and those young at heart.
Home to a number of indoor and outdoor venues that lend themselves well to support living and learning while being
active and social, the Minnedosa & District Recreation Commission offers more than 30 programs, events and activities
throughout the year – and this doesn’t even touch on the organized minor league sports teams and leagues which are
based here in the community.
We offer a solid slate of fitness and physical activities throughout the year including swimming, skating, kayaking,
running, spin classes and yoga. These are supported by activities that focus on our creative and curious population with
arts and science camps, language classes, photography, painting, chess, story nights and skills development like dog
obedience training. A third category allows us to make full use of our unique prairie landscape as its very own setting
for engaging experiences including geocaching, ice fishing and pond hockey. This list just includes a portion of what is
available throughout the year right now.
To learn more about the Minnedosa District and Recreation program or to explore their available programs for one
that sparks your interests, visit our office at 39 Main Street South, e-mail us at minrec@mymts.net or connect with our
recreation office at 204-867-2250.

July 10th to 12th, 2015
Fun Filled Weekend the
whole family can enjoy!
Farmer’s Market
Rotary Supper
Beer Gardens
Arena Dance
Live bands
Lions Pancake Breakfast
Chamber of Commerce Parade
Valley Cruizers Vintage Car Show
Dunk Tank
Kids Zone
Minnedosa Rivers Edge Duck Drop
Lawnmower Poker Derby
and more!

Kids bike parade

Street Market with
over 40 vendors

Magician
Patrick Gregoire

Winter Fun

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innedosa is a fabulous tourist destination during the hot
summer months, but there is also a lot of activity and
special attractions for all ages during the chilly winter

months.
Skiing is a huge attraction and Minnedosa is fortunate to be
home to a local downhill skiing venue, Ski Valley. Located 7 km
Northwest of the Town of Minnedosa, Ski Valley offers nine runs for
various levels of expertise, from beginners to advanced.
Snowmobiling is also a huge part of winter recreation in the area.
Minnedosa is home to the Valley Snow Hawks Snowmobile Club,
which promotes snowmobile fun, safety and tourism. Throughout
the winter season, the club hosts a number of snowmobile related
events and gives back to the community by way of financial
contributions. Minnedosa is connected to a groomed trail route
in the area and there is a designated snowmobile route within
town limits for snowmobile enthusiasts to use to get in and out of
the community and fill up with gas without great disturbance to
residents.
The frozen surface of Minnedosa Lake is the perfect foundation

of ice fishing huts and each winter, a small community of “shacks”
develops on the lake. During the February Long Weekend, a large
outdoor pond hockey tournament, Skate the Lake is held at the
lake. Since 2007, this fundraiser has donated over $62,000 to local
projects such as the Community Daycare and Minnedosa Regional
Events Centre (new arena).
Minnedosa, like most Canadian communities is no stranger to
hockey or curling activity. Throughout the winter, the local Arena
and Curling Club are both hopping with activity as our local hockey
players and curlers compete in various games, tournaments and
bonspiels.
Minnedosa truly is a year round tourist destination!

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Rockin’ the Fields

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ock fans from coast to coast have come to
know Minnedosa as the place to spend their August
long weekend. In 1996, Minnedosa hosted its first
assic Rock weekend attracting thousands of people for
weekend of classic rock music. In 2004 the festival was
vamped as Rockin’ the Fields of Minnedosa and has
ntinued to grow and gain strength and popularity as each
ar passes.
The festival comes together each year with the
pport of over 150 co-operative members, 11 board
embers and over 300 dedicated volunteers and generous
onsors. In 2012, festival fans voted RFM the #1 festival in
anitoba and the #5 festival in Canada during the West Jet
n n’ Festivals contest. Numerous other honours, awards
d accolades have been bestowed on this home grown, nonofit co-operative festival.

A number of local service groups band together in
support of the festival each year, volunteering their time
in exchange for a percentage of the festival’s proceeds.
Since this partnership began, over $300,000 has been
donated back to the community from the Rockin’ the Fields
weekend.
Some of the acts booked for this year include Queen
City Kids, Moist, The Tea Party and Daughtry.

Did you know...
Actress Maxine Miller was born in
Minnedosa on June 18, 1949. The actress had
roles on popular tv shows such as Mr. Rogers
Neighbourhood, Party of Five, Corner Gas and
Supernatural.

Bison Park

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ocated along Highway #262 between downtown
Minnedosa and Minnedosa Lake, you will find a herd
of bison housed in a large, fenced compound known
as the Bison Park.
Decades ago, bison herds, numbering in the millions
roamed the plains and crossed the Little Saskatchewan River
Valley as part of their natural migration route. In March
1996, the bison returned to Minnedosa, thanks to a tourism
project developed by the Minnedosa Lake Rehabilitation
Committee. For the past 19 years, our local herd of bison
have been a popular attraction for both local residents and
visitors to our community.
The bison park is designed to provide a spacious grazing
ground for the herd as well as visibility for spectators from
all sides. The bison remain onsite at the local compound
year-round, so it does not matter what time of year you

visit Minnedosa, you can always visit the bison! If you are
fortunate enough to be in the area during April or May, there
is a great chance you will see newborn calves roaming close
to their mothers.
Bison bulls live for an average of 20 years and weigh
in at an average of 900 kg or 2,000 lbs. The female bison
(cows) have an average lifespan of 17 years and usually
weigh in the neighbourhood of 545 kg or 1,200 lbs. Bison
calves are born between April and May and weigh an average
of 27 kg or 60 lbs.

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