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this week Morning Road Troubles

Spending
Locally
3
School Division
Financial
Plan
10
Salute To
Hockey

5-9 A Photos by Darryl Holyk

number of highways and roads in the area were ice and snow
covered Wednesday morning which caused some travel dis-
ruptions for a number of drivers.
At approximately 7:15 a.m., Minnedosa Fire Department,
Latest EMS and RCMP responded to a single vehicle incident north of
Minnedosa. A Canadian Linen and Uniform Service truck ended
up on its passenger side in the west ditch of Highway #10 approxi-
Census mately one-and-a-half miles north of the old Cameron School.

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A number of other motorists found themselves in the ditch
Stats Wednesday morning, including the pictured Chevrolet which
slammed rear-end first into the ditch off Highway #16A north of
Minnedosa.

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Minnedosa’s Population Drops:
Almost Equal To Two Decades Ago
By DARRYL HOLYK ada’s population was 3.5 tion during the 2016 Cen- sus recorded our town’s Lake and Rapid City can population of 1,626. Har-
million people. At Cana- sus was 2,449 people a de- population at 2,443 which celebrate population in- rison-Park experienced a

C anada’s latest popula- da’s 100th birthday in 1967,
tion statistics were re- the population had grown
leased by Stats Canada on to 20 million.
crease of 138 people from
the 2011 Census. From The
Tribune’s viewpoint, this
then fell again to 2,426
in 2001 (both lower than
the current population).
creases. Sandy Lake’s pop-
ulation has increased 1.1
percent to 264 residents
9.8 percent decrease with
a population of 1,622 while
Clanwilliam-Erickson saw
Wednesday, February 8th. The latest stats show a decrease is not surprising Minnedosa’s population while Rapid City saw a 14.6 a 3.4 percent decrease go-
The stats refl ect infatuation comparison to the former as we have published more has remained around the percent increase to 478 ing from 901 in 2011 to 870
gathered during the 2016 Census which was tallied local obituaries than birth 2,500 mark since the mid residents. in 2016.
Census. The latest census in 2011. Over the five years announcements over the 1960s. Statistics from local Last Wednesday sta-
shows Canada’s popula- from 2011 to 2016, our past fi ve years and with The community of Er- Rural Municipalities also tistics release focussed on
tion at 35,151,728. Th is home province of Manito- those obituaries we often ickson also experienced saw both increases and population, the next re-
year, being Canada’s 150th ba experienced population lose a long-time subscrib- a 5.3 percent decrease decreases. Minto-Odanah lease from the 2016 Cen-
birthday, our country growth of 5.85 percent for a er. While a decrease in in its population going reports a 2016 population sus is expected on May 3rd
can celebrate population total of 1,278,365 residents. population may be alarm- from 487 in 2011 to 461 in of 1,189 which is a one per- and will include statistics
growth ten times greater Sadly, Minnedosa experi- ing to some, Minnedosa’s 2016. However, this trend cent increase over 2011. on age, sex and types of
than when the country’s enced a decrease of 5.3 per- current population is al- did not aff ect some other Oakview saw a 7.5 percent dwellings with additional
very first census was taken cent in that same five year most equal to stats from 20 small towns in our read- increase going from 1,513 statistics being released
in 1871. At that time, Can- period. Our town’s popula- years ago. The 1996 Cen- ership area as both Sandy in 2011 to a more recent throughout the year.

MLA Reads To Little Sprouts
By DARRYL HOLYK I Love to Read Month. in after reading to the
Th e local Member Grade 3 and 4 students at

F ebruary is I Love to
Read Month and
throughout the month, the
of Parliment, Member of
the Legislative Assembly,
Town Councillors, a local
Tanner’s Crossing School.
At Little Spouts, Greg
shared the book, “Tuck-
love of reading and being author and parents are a er Times: The Chase” by
read to is being celebrated. few of the people who have Brandon author, Genella
At Little Sprouts Child been dropping by or are Macintyre, as well as a Dr.
Care Home, Early Child- scheduled to drop by to Seuss book picked by the
care Educator, Karen share stories with Karen’s children. He left a copy of
Holyk, invited a number Little Spouts. Tucker Times for the Little
of guest readers to share On Valentine’s Day, Sprouts to enjoy anytime
story time in celebration of MLA Greg Nesbitt, stopped they want and was pre-
sented with some home-
made craft hearts in hon-
our of Valentine’s Day.
If you haven’t yet done
anything to recognize and
celebrate I Love to Read
Month, it’s not too late.
There is still over a week
left in February or just cel-
ebrate your love for read- Photo by Darryl Holyk
ing anytime throughout
the year! Riding Mountain MLA, Greg Nesbitt reads to Little Sprouts.

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Over $100,000 Minnedosa Money Spent Locally
The nice thing about spiels and hockey tourna- Money, they can simply
Minnedosa Money is that ments, so it’s a way to give call either himself or Carol
it is similar to a gift certifi- back to ensure that those Taylor at the Credit Union,
cate, but is not limited to businesses are able to give and they will explain the
a single business. People those contributions”. concept to the business,
can buy the coupons in According to Ross, the to ensure that they are on
varying denomination, currency could use more board.
and spend it at any mer- advertisement, because Ross commented that
chant they wish. “some there are still places that “any of the merchants that
people will use it and just are unaware of it. This is you talk to are happy that
buy their groceries with it, especially true with places it’s available. I don’t think
and so it’s free groceries that might have a higher the volume is making it a
for a week, and others will staff turnover, where new- significant difference to
save it and buy something er staff members might them, but the idea that
big in town, just because not know about it. How- townspeople shop local
it’s like mad money”, said ever, Minnedosa Money is a positive for them”. It
Ross. has been advertised by the is important to continue
The Minnedosa cur- Minnedosa Chamber of to shop local, and sup-
rency can also be used for Commerce. Ross also not- port your neighbours, and
staff bonuses in the work- ed that when a business is Minnedosa Money can
place, which would once unaware of Minnedosa help!
again encourage people to
spend their money locally
in order to keep the econ-
omy strong. “Everybody
wants to see a busy main Celtic Power & Machining
street and active, prosper- 

ous businesses, and a key
All types of agricultural repairs
part of that is to spend Industrial equipment repairs
your money here when Machining
you can”, said Ross, “an- Custom design and fabrication
other thing is that its usu- Hydraulics - Balancing - Plant Maintenance
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Minnedosa Credit Union General Manager, Brad Ross holds two currency
notes of Minnedosa Money; one valued at $25 and the other at $50.

By HILLARY CAMPBELL concept originated in Ross, General Manager for
2001 at the Minnedosa Minnedosa Credit Union

I f you need to buy a
gift for someone, and
have no idea what to buy,
Credit Union.
Since its inseption,
$110,000.00 worth of
noted that, “you can
spend it at any merchant
within town, and then we
the perfect solution is Minnedosa Money has accept it here on deposit.
right here in Minnedosa!
Minnedosa Money is a lo-
been issued and gone
back into the community.
They bring it in here, and
we change it for cash or
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National Park Kicks Off Canada 150
By HILLARY CAMPBELL went into the weekend, are super excited to have
as organizers tried to find lots of spectators out. Lots

L ast weekend, the the names of the people
Friends of Riding involved in that first game
Mountain National Park, in 1933.
of laughs, lots of good
times and shared memo-
ries of people’s experi-
in conjunction with Parks Back in 2017, once the ences of Riding Mountain
Canada and Clear Lake hockey game was over, National Park”, said Tovell.
Country Marketing came the ice was taken over by Th e weekend cel-
together to organize the youth hockey teams, giv- ebrated the start to Can-
Winter Adventure Week- ing local kids the chance ada’s 150th birthday, and
end at Clear Lake. to play. Once this was a part of that celebration
The weekend consist- over, the ice opened up is the fact that for the en-
ed of many fun activities, to anyone who wished to tire 2017 season, it will be
including cross-country go out for a skate. Tovell free entry into all of Can-
skiing, skating, snow- noted that, “we are kind of ada’s parks, so people are
shoeing, Fat Bike rentals, treating this as our kick off able to head up to Riding
tobogganing, and many for our fi rst big event for Mountain National Park at
others. The big feature, Canada’s 150th birthday any time throughout the
however, was the Heritage because in our northern year, at no charge. “We
Hockey event, which is a nation we have to cele- are a northern nation,
re-enactment of a hockey brate our winters”. so it’s very important to Photo submitted
game that was played in People from all over showcase all of our four
1933 on Clear Lake. Manitoba and Saskatch- seasons”, said Tovell. The Heritage Hockey event was a re-enactment of a
Dave Tovell com- ewan, and from places game held on Clear Lake back in 1933.
mented that, “back in 1933 even farther, came to Rid-
it was a depression, when ing Mountain to enjoy the
a lot of the national parks festivities on the weekend.
were being built. From the According to Tovell, all of
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1937 – The Minnedosa Board of Trade has carried on
considerable correspondence with ski clubs in other
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The Town of Minnedosa will be accepting quotations for the
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Construction of an Addition to the ect will be a pavilion at the beach, The pavilion, costing
Minnedosa Fire Station $20,000, is being built by Hoffman Construction.
until 1:00 p.m. Monday, March 13, 2017.
1997 – Mel Mummery has been named one of 55 Cana- %UXFH0F1DEE
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dians to receive the Governor General’s Caring Canadian Call For More Terms & Rates 867-3946
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phone 204-867-2727 or email kmoyer@minnedosa.com firefighter, Mel has given his time to various community
The Town of Minnedosa service groups, projects and caring for persons with ill-
nesses and senior citizens.


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2016 - 2017
MINOR
HOCKEY
Good Players
HALL OF FAME
Inspire Themselves
Great Players
Inspire Others

204-867-3946

Minnedosa HIP Photo by Jennifer Workman

Back: Ryan Graham, Trevor Martin, Mike Lamb, Jay Klym, Elin Klym
Middle: Trace Ewasiuk, Winona Hall, Kenzy McCaughan, Hagen Toews
Front: Hayden Brown, Reese Trotz, Travis Lamb, Connor Martin, Jace Woloski, Reid Klym
Missing: Mason Graham

The ice rink is like a
second world where
nothing else matters.

Minnedosa Novice Bombers
Four Seasons Repair Photo by Jennifer Workman

Back: Trevor Martin, Robin Baron, Tamika Baron, Keith Erven
204-867-2737 Middle: Emma Martin, Riley Madill, Colton McCaughan, Jordan Woloski, Aiden McGorman, Zachary Baron, Signe Erven
Front: Carter Wark, Scott Magnusson, Brody Marnock, Liam McVey, Easton Trotz, Shay Nemetchek, Anja Mitton

MINNEDOSA CREDIT UNION
GOOD LUCK TO ALL TEAMS!
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You can’t play our game!

Brian Horner Trucking
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Minnedosa Atom’s Photo by Jennifer Workman

You miss 100% Back: Ken Morrice, Ty Burton, Tara Delgaty
Middle: Rem LeMoing, Jaden Trotz, Blair Hunter, Dylan Ewasiuk, Josh Hume, Adrian Delgaty,

of the shots you
Rowin Richmond, Colby Pentecost, Matthew Toews
Front: Zach Lamb, Steven Tomlinson, Kalem Noordenbos, Kaleb Lycan, Dane Wahoski, Grady Burton, Bryler Morrice

never take

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HARD
CORE
HOCKEY Minnedosa Peewee 11 Photo by Jennifer Workman

Back: Travis Erickson, Barb Gilleshammer, Harry Cornish, Ezra Scorgie, Benjamin Scorgie, Jacob Wilman,
Keagan Gaywish, Kaenen Mitton, James McCarville
Front: Owen Miller, Owen Riffel, Slade Fleury, Brooklyn Hedley, Adam Bailey, Cole Erickson, Jackson Bachewich
Redfern Missing: Bryce Stephenson, Christa Fleury
Farm
Services
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Life is simple
eat . sleep . play
HOCKEY
Minnedosa Peewee 12 Photo by Jennifer Workman

Back: Gary Topham, Brad Kingdon, Dale Nichols
204-868-5358 Middle: Luke Gugin, Josie Nichols, Cole Topham, Benjamin Scorgie, Dusty Kawchuk, Victor Lamb
Front: Owen Kingdon, Jake Wilman, Daylan Hunter, Brady Ewasiuk, Austin Taylor Missing: Memphis McKay, Holden Ogg
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We support
Minor Hockey
ALL THE WAY!

Minnedosa
Service
Centre
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Minnedosa Bantam’s Photo by Jennifer Workman

Back: Lawrence Parrott, Wes Barrett, Liam Bachewich, Sam Wilman, Graham Bailey, Konlyn Nemetchek,
Ashton Burton, Lucas Parrott, Donovan Nemetchek, Dan Bailey
Front: Erik Barrett, Tanner Hanson, Wyatt Lamb, Braeden Carswell, Bryden McFarlane,
Tyson Kawchuk, Blair Desiatnyk, Cody Creasy, Carter Hedley Missing: Malik McKay 204.759.3313
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Congratulations
to all teams!

Minnedosa Pee Wee Girls Photo by Jennifer Workman
Winning or losing isn’t
Back: Dale Nichols, Ed Maguire what counts.
Middle: Lexy Waddell, Robyn Burgess, Josie Nichols, Jorja Pedersen, Payton Burton, Dusty Kawchuk, Mackenzie McKay
Front: Alison Davis, Kaylea Madill, Brooklyn Hedley, Callie Maguire, Allee Hrechka Learning to lose with grace
also makes a winner.
Rural Municipality
of Minto - Odanah
204-867-3282

The will to win is
important, but the
will to prepare
is vital.
Minnedosa Chancellors Photo Submitted

Back: Colin Robinson, Austin Hall, Matthew Kowal, Nathan Dornn, Zane MacDonald
Middle: Dayton Brown (coach), Braeden Good, Nolan Bailey, Riley Barrett, Lucas Beatty, Devon Beatty, Josh Good,
Josh Kingdon, Ben Pearson, Elmer Yew-Gaywish, Tim Konsorada (coach) Kim’s Quality Foods
Front L-R: Joe Lane, Ryan McLenehan, Chayce Hanson, Murray Birch (coach), Troy Johnson, Max Dowsett, Jayden Morrice,
Brock Johnson (Assistant Manager) Missing: Joel Hnybida 204-867-2821
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Hockey players have
fire in
their
hearts
and ice in
their veins
Minnedosa Chamber

Senior Bombers
of Commerce
Photo by Hillary Campbell

Full team roster: (not in order) Luke Zacharias, Dan Moran, Bryce Stephenson, Grant Jacobsen, Cory Hodgson,
Carey Findlay, Michael Birch, Brad Lewis, Wes Lewis, Shane Cameron, Travis Erickson, Stu Durston, Derek Cameron,
Sean Smith, Wyatt Rapsky, Tyler Jury, Aidan Arvisais, Russ Hughye, James McArville, Brad Wilson,
Shane Jury, Cody Pollon, Matt Saler

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A proud sponsor of The Minnedosa Senior
Bombers and a Pic-A–Pond sponsor of
Skate the Lake
Thank you to our volunteer hockey
correspondents for your regular game reports!
Hats off to all local players (all ages and all
levels of hockey) and the many volunteers who
dedicate so much time and effort to hockey in
our community! We are proud of you all!
We hope you have all had a fantastic season
on the ice!

Rec Hockey Team Photo Submitted

Back: Payton Burton, Amanda Demontigny, Ty Burton, Ian Pinette
Full team roster: (not in order) Faith Default, Colby Dufault, Brady Pollon, Mischa Frykoda, Lev Frykoda, Grant Gerrard,
Steven Hume, Seth Pinette, Mikayla Pinette, Parker Pinette, Kade Butler, Bryce King, Jared Cameron, Magnus Edye,
Alaric Edye, Grady Burton, Serj Nicholson, Will Kane, Aleha Kotak, Daxton Brock,
Alexis Sparrow, Chirstian Popien, Jessa Turnbull

We proudly support hockey
in our community!
Congratulations to all of
our local hockey stars!
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THE BIGGER YOU PLAY
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Eat...
Sleep...
Play Hockey!

Sims & Company
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What’s life
without goals?
EOS Wildcat’s Novice Photo by Jennifer Workman
Play Hockey
Back: Craig Atkinson, Steve Robson, Matthew Kroeker, Trish Robson (missing Roberta Edwards)
Middle: Marek McKay, Parker Soltys, Myles Beatty, Kaius Kroeker, Jordon Edwards, Rohen Boyd, Layla Copenace
Front: Avery Huntinghawk, Erica Miko, Jager Atkinson, Donovan Marcischuk, Hannah Robson, Bodie Potter, Seth Sulik

EOS Wildcats Atoms Photo by Jennifer Workman

A big thank you to Jennifer Workman
Back: Koreen Miko, Terrace Miko, Mike Collyer, Derek McKay
Middle: Hannah Copenace, Brooklyn Tacan, Samuel Gaywish, Mackenzie McKay, Taylor Gaywish of Skipping Stones Photography for
Front: Quentin MacDonald, Max Collyer, Ozy Atkinson, Hudson Boyd, Konnor Mecas, Dylan Miko, Jackson Bachewich
submitting team photos for our
Hockey Hall of Fame Section.
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Ladies Curling Bonspiel: Best Vacation Ever
By HILLARY CAMPBELL ner for the best costume op, was won by Team An-
was the team that dressed derson, which consisted

F ebruary 10th to 12th up as the Toy Story vaca-
saw the 68th Minnedo- tion. Since the event did
sa Ladies Curling Bonspiel not specify that teams had
of Donna Anderson (skip),
Norine Yanke (third), Kelly
Rapke (second), and Lori
take place at the local curl- to dress up based on their Emilson (lead). In second
ing club. The longstanding own best vacation ever, place for this event was
weekend of fun and curl- there was a lot of room for Team Andreychuck, which
ing had 12 rinks this year, imagination and creativity. consisted of Jen Andrey-
with games beginning on In addition to the chuck (skip), Carole Dal-
Friday night. There were imaginative costumes, rymple (third), Roxanna
three events, allowing for the evening also included Jacobson (second), and
three first place winners. karaoke, in which each Triss Parrott (lead).
Th e theme for this team had to pick a song The fi rst event, spon-
year’s bonspiel was “Best that went along with their sored by Minnedosa
Vacation Ever”. Accord- costumes to sing for the Credit Union, was Team
ing to Kathy Tomlinson crowd. There was also a Tegg, which consisted of
and the organizers of Calcutta draw and a 50/50 Joan Tegg (skip), Corinne
the bonspiel (Lori Ro- draw. Coming together Topham (third), Susan
dych, President; Amanda to make the night a suc- Nelson (second), and
Winder, Vice-President; cess was Rainbow Auction, Heather Landry (lead).
Wendy Brock, Secretary) Draw Masters, decorating, Lastly, the winner of the
there were many great cos- banquet and entertain- fi rst event was Team Va-
tumes. There was a team ment committees. chon, which consisted
that dressed up for their Tomlinson noted that of Janelle Vachon (skip),
best Christmas vacation, the “bonspiel is a group Camille Lough (third), Ri-
a team that dressed up for eff ort by all club teams” . anno Tonn (second) and
a camping vacation, a Ha- There was no single team Photo by Hillary Campbell Hayley Surovy (lead).
waiian vacation, and even that organized the entire Organizers for the
word out about the bon- Morghan Wark (skip), Lisa Fran Erven (skip), Wendy
a Toy Story vacation! After weekend, but rather all event are very appreciative
spiel. Park (third), Chantelle Par- Brock (third), Andrea Ad-
the dinner that was held on teams came together to to all of the rinks who par-
The third event, spon- rott (second) and Kimme amson (second), and Elin
Saturday night, the club’s make it the success that ticipated in the bonspiel,
sored by Minnedosa Phar- Parrott (lead). The runner Klym (lead).
lifetime members voted on it was. Planning for the and are looking forward
macy, was won by Team up for this event was Team Th e second event,
the team with the best cos- event began before Christ- to another fun bonspiel
Wark, which consisted of Erven, which consisted of sponsored by Heritage Co-
tume. This year, the win- mas, in order to get the weekend next year.

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RD’s Grand Opening BETHANY NEWS
By GLADYS BROOME Community Centre. A and budget for the coming
thank you to our com- year were discussed and

M embers of the Beth-
any Social Group
met on February 2nd for
munity members for their
assistance at the lunches
when required.
passed. The executive for
2017 is Rector’s Warden
Barb Hopkins, Peoples
their regular and annual Th e annual meet- Warden Lynne Betteridge,
meetings. President Lynne ing of St. John’s Bethany Secretary-Treasurer Jan-
Betteridge, Secretary- Church was held at the ice Burnside, Layreaders
Treasurer Wendy Spraggs, Minnedosa Library on Janice Burnside, Gladys
Buying Committee Barb Tuesday, February 7th. Broome and June Rob-
Hopkins and Joan Madill Pastor Don Thompson inson – emeretis. All are
are the executive. Mon- chaired the meeting. Reg- looking forward to the 100
etary donations were to ular reports were read and year celebration this year.
the Church and Bethany passed. Financial reports

Club 55 Golden Agers Bowling Results
February 13th Gladys Murray 170, 173, Tarn 195, Fred Stonehouse
Marjorie McNabb 146, Ly- 145, Paul Chapski 152,

B owlers of the week:
Shirley Mickoski 171,
246, 193 (+73T), Bud Amy
nette Johnson 119, Garry
MacDowall 134, Vivian
Cullen 192,187, Jim Clark
163, 145, Robert Hendry
193, Ray Criddle 195, Har-
vey VanDamme 196, 184,
150, 261, 225 (+180T) Plus 188, Russ Pettigrew 138, Bev VanDamme 130, 126,
100 pins over average. Debbie Tarn 184, 213, Ha- Garry Tolton 142.
Photo by Hillary Campbell Other good games: zel Stonehouse 186, Alan

RD’s On Main held its grand opening on Sunday, February 12th with free
coffee and cake. Rajesh (Raj) and his wife Deepmala Mishra took posses-
sion of the former Maushies Restaurant in October. Pictured above is Dr.
Ajai Khandelwal (R) congratulates, Raj and his sons Deepak and Arpit.

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Moments in Riding Mountain: When Carnivores Clash
By KEN KINGDON quite young, judging by get at the denned bear. If dence of one wild dog spe- fox was basically skinned And, while you may feel
the few parts of the bear the bear was healthy, the cies killing another related around the midriff, the anger or disgust at the ac-

N ature, red in tooth and
claw. This phrase was
used, I believe, to describe
that remained – the skull
and one front paw. It had
been recently killed as
wolves seemed to ignore it.
On paper this makes
sense - a healthy bear is just
one because of competi-
tion.
While heading to work
coyotes did not feed on the
fox.
A quick aside: I am
tions of the coyotes, I try
not to judge such behavior
as cruel.
how meek and mild ani- there were still a lot of fresh too much for a wolf pack to just before Christmas, I jumping to a conclusion I have written of how
mals are slaughtered by fe- tracks throughout the area. tackle, while injured bears, met Bill Martinook along here; perhaps the coyotes the tables are sometimes
rocious wild beasts. Th e interesting point too sick to defend them- the road. He drew my at- were scared away before turned on coyotes, which
However, sometimes is that the bear had been selves, are worth the risk of tention to the body of a they had time to eat. Judg- are harassed and killed by
there is fighting between killed within 6 to 8 meters chasing out of a den. freshly killed fox at the in- ing by the tracks, though, wolves for the same rea-
the toothiest and claw- of its well-built den, so I can relate. I wouldn’t tersection of Valleyview I would suggest that there son. And foxes, given the
i-est of the bunch. Now it didn’t get very far be- want to stick my head into Drive and Deer Road. was a lot of time for them chance, will supress the
why would one meat-eater fore being set upon by the a den and fi ght an animal Judging from the tracks, to feed if they wanted to. activities of carnivores
want to duke it out with wolves. that may outweigh me two the fox had been killed by This lack of feeding on smaller than themselves.
another? How and why the or three fold and which a couple of coyotes. the carcass suggests that In 2015, there was an
Ecologists would sug- wolves killed the bear re- also has the advantage of It appears that the fox the coyotes took a golden interesting account of a
gest two main reasons – it’s mains a mystery. There are being in a perfectly pro- was enticed into the con- opportunity to get rid of red fox killing an arctic fox
either caused by competi- a lot of bears in the Park, tected fortress… flict, as there were number the competition. Foxes in Wapusk National Park,
tion between species or yet it is rare that we find ev- So, to sum up, this of tracks in the fresh snow, and coyotes share some near Churchill. It appears
else it’s a case of one spe- idence of them getting dug dead bear wasn’t viewed as telling a story of the dance overlap in their diets in ur- every species can be a vic-
cies viewing the other as out of their dens by wolves. competition, but simply as between the two spe- ban areas, and compete for tim, or a victor.
lunch. A previous bear study lunch, or supper, or both. cies. Perhaps the fox was small mammals like squir-
Over the Christmas in the Park suggested that With all those extra winter- treating the coyotes like rels and mice, pet food left Ken Kingdon lives
season, I was once again bears killed during the time pounds, it would be a it would domestic dogs, out overnight, leftover fruit and works in the Rid-
reminded of how competi- winter were already suffer- wonderful source of nutri- teasing them. from trees, etc. ing Mountain Biosphere
tion and hunger can make ing from some sort of in- ents. Regardless, the fox got By killing the fox, the Reserve. Contact him at
for some interesting nature jury. It was hypothesised On the other hand, we caught, and the rest is his- coyotes increased food 204.848.7240 if you have
observations. by the researchers that the do occasionally see evi- tory. And, although the availability for themselves. any stories to share.
First the hunger part. wolves sensed these inju-
Park employee Ross Rob- ries, and actively tried to
inson was doing some
tracking when he came
across a site where a bear
had been killed and eaten
Bridge Club CADURCIS NEWS BASSWOOD NEWS
by wolves near Lake Audy.
Judging from the Results By DOREEN TROTT By ZELDA FIRBY
scene, and the state of the
leftovers, it was pretty ob-
vious that the bear was
1st - Doreen Seligman/
Lois Campbell O ur sympathy is extended to the many relatives of
the late Carol McManus. We would especially wish D eepest sympathy is extended to Gordon McMa-
nus and family on the passing of wife, mother and
grandmother, Carol, on February 8th. Gordon and Carol
treated as a tasty morsel, as 2nd - Carol Lonsdale/ to remember her husband Gordon and her daughters
there wasn’t much left of Lois Phillips Christine, Cheryl and Nicole and their families at this sad farmed in the Basswood area before retiring to their place
the animal. 3rd - Esther Robertson/ time. east of Minnedosa.
The bear itself looked Gwen Hoffman We would also like to extend our sympathy to the Cheery wishes to Marlene Genung in the Minnedosa
family of the late Russell Vivier. He was familiar to many Health Centre.
in the area as a fuel truck driver. Sylvia LaCoste attended a bridal shower for Tanya
Bob and Eleanor Taylor of Minnedosa were recent Stevenson in Brandon on Saturday.
visitors with Malcolm and Shirley Rose.
Visitors with Clayton and Margaret Wareham were
Barry and Anne Abel of Kelowna, BC.
A number from the area attended the pie auction in
Rapid City on Sunday. This event is the major fundraiser Minnedosa Canvasbacks Chapter
for the Rapid City Library. Good luck with this endeav-
our!
Delta Waterfowl Dinner
Saturday, February 25, 2017
Ukrainian Hall
202 5th Street N.W. ‡ Minnedosa MB R0J 1E0
5:00 p.m. Doors Open
 6:30 p.m. Dinner
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What Would You Do With Five More Days A Month?
SUBMITTED all of them. So far we’ve fi lling the need for their
reached 400,000+ girls own community. Quality

O ne of the major
causes of disempow-
erment of girls in poverty
in 100+ nations. You can
help us reach the rest.
  Every washable Femi-
matters because women
and girls depend on this
product, and kits have to
is their monthly cycle. nine Hygiene Kit gives endure frequent washing
Many girls cannot afford back up to six months of in harsh conditions.  
feminine hygiene prod- living in just three years   A group of local wom-
ucts and as a result cannot of use. That’s 180 days of en are making 100 kits
attend school. education, health, safety designated for delivery
A girl absent from and dignity. to Kenya this summer. A
school due to menstrua- Each kit contains a donation of $600 by the
tion for four days of ev- drawstring cotton bag, two Minnedosa Rotary Club
ery 28 day cycle loses 13 moisture barrier cotton has paid for supplies for
learning days, the equiva- shields to hold the liners 40 kits. Other donations
lent of two weeks of learn- in place, eight absorbent of money, fabric and other
ing every school term. tri-fold fl annel liners, one supplies have been re-
Studies show that every wash cloth, one travel size ceived.
year of schooling increas- soap, two zip lock bags Materials cost about
es a girl’s future earning for laundering items with $15 per kit. If you’d like
power by 10 to 20 percent, minimal water, two pairs to make a financial dona-
allowing her to break the of panties and instruction tion,  donate supplies to
cycle of poverty. There sheet. Bright coloured complete the kits or help
are millions of girls and fabrics with culturally ap- with sewing, please call
women worldwide who propriate prints are used. Peggy Mullie at 204-867-
suffer days of isolation, in- Th ese kits are made 2113. Photo submitted
fection, and exploitation with love by thousands Every girl. Every-
due to this single issue-- it of volunteers around the where. Period. Pictured are Roberta Galbraith, Peggy Mullie and Lori Harrison.
will take all of us to reach world or by local women Missing are Stacie Cardy and Barb Dowsett. 

Paying It Forward Erickson 2017 Bonspiels
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February 24, 2017 (2-6 end games)
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Entry Fee - $20.00 per team
Fill up before you’re out!
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Entry Fee - $100.00 per team

Community Suppers Served from 5 - 7 p.m.
Saturday, March 4th & Sunday, March 5th
Breakfast served Sunday, March 5 - 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Hosted by Erickson Collegiate Student Council

TO ENTER CONTACT:
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dise Weekend Retreat. He Serving Erickson, Onanole, Sandy Lake & Areas
decided to pay it forward
and give the pass to Nora Invites everyone to our first Speaker Series
Heschuk (nee Cameron). Thursday, March 2 at 6:30 p.m.
Pictured above, (L-R),
is Orville, Olive Cameron Held at the Erickson Crossroads Centre
(Nora’s Mom), as well as in Erickson on Main Street
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Information and education on
of the Weekend: Kim Bur- “Mental Wellness”
gess, Marlies Soltys, Heidi
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Kornik and Alison Bur-
gess. Snacks and Beverages will be served.
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should be rewarded and in dealing with Depression, Grief,
presented Orville with a
Bullying, etc. for all.
gift certifi cate for Corner
Stone Grill. For more information call
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14 Friday, February 17, 2017 The Minnedosa Tribune

Minor Hockey Happenings
Pee Wee 11’s a score of 10-5. playoffdraw TBA the young the assist going to Zane overtime period solved sisted by Ryan McLenehan
The Pee Wee 11’s are crew faces off against the MacDonald. The Sabres nothing forcing a shootout. and Zane MacDonald. The
By JORDAN FLEURY geared up for Minnedo- Precision Toyota Oilers for were quick to respond end- Chancellors were not able Chancellors t hird goal was
sa’s 11th Annual Skate a final regular season game ing the first period at one a to come out on top and lost a shot from the point by

T he Minnedosa Pee Wee
11 group went one and
one last weekend when
The Lake - Pond Hockey
Tournament happening
this fi ne Louis Riel Long
at Enns Brothers Arena in
Brandon on Saturday, Feb-
ruary 26th.
piece. The second period
saw goals from each team
with Zane MacDonald
4-3 in the shootout. Jayden
Morrice played a solid
game between the pipes.
Devon Beatty assisted by
Colin Robinson and Zane
MacDonald. Unfortunate-
they defeated Brandon’s Weekend. Th e team has scoring on a power play as- On Saturday, Febru- ly the Chancellors were not
Glacier Ice Avalanche 10-1 split into four equal teams Chancellors sisted by Ryan McLenehan ary 11th, the Chancellors able to maintain the close
here in Minnedosa. The to represent the Pee Wee and Chayce Hanson. The hosted the Russell Major game and lost 8-3.
team was on the road to Division. Plenty of excite- By LAURA GOOD Sabres took the lead late in Pratt Trojans. The Chan- The Chancellors trav-
Shilo Sunday for a mid day ment for the whole family the third period, but in the cellor’s fi nished the first elled to Brandon on Sun-
game where they played so come on and check it On Monday, Febru- last two minutes of play period tied with the Tro- day, February 12th, to face
with noticeable improve- out! Games begin tomor- ary 6th, the Chancellor’s Ryan McLenehan assisted jans at two, with goals by the Vincent Massey Vi-
ment compared to some row morning out on the hit the highway to Reston by Chayce Hanson and Ryan McLenehan, assisted kings but the results were
previous meetings. The lake. to play the Souris/Reston Zane MacDonald found by Zane MacDonald and unavailable at press time.
Bombers held Shilo to a With exception to pos- Sabres. Ryan McLenehan the back of the net to force Riley Barrett and second
five point spread, losing by sible exhibition games and opened the scoring with an overtime period. The goal to Riley Barrett as-

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BY PHONE Call 204-867-3816
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supplies and children’s craft
Wanting to rent by April
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supplies available at The home with an open basement Estate & Moving Sale
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delete any words or phrases deemed by The Minnedosa (204) 467-1858 or
Tribune Ltd. to be objectionable, or to refuse to publish any
KDL Furniture’s once a year
over stock sale in mattresses,
LEGAL NOTICE (204) 886-7027
advertisement. The Minnedosa Tribune Ltd. shall not be www.mcsherryauction.com
bedroom suites, England (a
responsible for any loss or damage to any advertiser or third
party resulting from the failure of an advertisement to appear
Lay-z-boy Company) rocker MORTGAGE SALE. The McSherry Auction
recliner chairs, queen sleeper building and land known
in The Minnedosa Tribune Ltd. or from any error or omission sofas, floor model power sofas Annual Spring Gun Auction
as 241 Main Street South, Saturday, March 25th, 9:30AM
in any advertisement which is published. and chairs, occasional table Minnedosa, Manitoba, as de- Stonewall, MB
sets, Italian 100% leather and
RATES used bedroom display suites.
scribed in Certificate of Title
No. 2668823/5 will be sold at
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$9.00 for first 40 words, additional words .10 each. Savings from 10-60% off! A auction by a licensed Auction- Consign Your Guns & Hunting
few hot buys - $299 queen 3.74 acres with an older Related Items Now to Take
Repeat ads - Half Price. eer on Thursday, the 9th day Advantage of Our Coast to
mattress set, $599 rocker re- storey and a half house includ- of March, 2017 at 10:30 a.m. Coast Advertising!
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& bolding, and centering). bedroom suite, twelve drawer cept addition, appox. 1800 sq. Main Street South, Minne-
Happy Snaps: (Birthday, Engagement, Wedding, Birth, & queen storage bed and head- ft. total. 3 bedroom, could eas- dosa, Manitoba. To the best of Stuart McSherry
board $849 and three piece ily be four with minor changes, the vendor’s knowledge, there (204) 467-1858 or
Graduation) - $16.00 for the first 20 words and the picture.
occasional set $299. STOCK 2 bathrooms. Renovations are (204) 886-7027
is situated on the mortgage
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property a 1,440 sq. ft. single
Reach the entire province (50 weekly newspapers) $189.00 specials. Mon-Fri 10-8, Sat ing lots of potential for the new family bungalow with open
10-6 and Sun 11-5. Call KDL
Meyers Auctions
Westman and Eastman: $119.00 owners. Large double level front verandah. Home has on
Furniture at 204-571-1971. deck with a modern outdoor Antiques & Collectables
All Ads plus 5% G.S.T. the main floor 2 bedrooms – March 4, Arden MB
660 Highland Ave., South side hot tub. Fenced pasture with a both with walk-in closets, 1 ½
Deadlines of #1 Hwy., Brandon. nice little barn as well as out- Guns & Ammo
baths, eat-in kitchen, laundry, April 1, Arden MB
door riding ring. A newer 16’ x dining room/living room with
Classified advertisements must be submitted no later Parts and full trailer re- 24’ storage shed and a couple Farm Estate
an open concept design; base-
than noon Tuesday for insertion in the following Friday’s pair, trailer safeties and Au- smaller sheds. Detached heat- April 22, Glenella, MB
ment is fully finished with 2
edition. All classified advertisements must be prepaid topac Trailer Repair. Sales, ed garage/shop. Sheltered and bedrooms, 1 – 4 piece bath, Bradley Meyers
BEFORE insertion. Leasing and Financing of flat- well-maintained yard. Just 15 Auctioneer
rec room. There is no garage
deck, dumpbox, cargo, goose- minutes North of Minnedosa. 204-476-6262
The Minnedosa Tribune is not responsible for however, there is a concrete
neck and utility trailers and $269,000. For more informa- www.meyersauctions.com
typographical errors published AFTER the first insertion, nor pad poured in the rear of the
truck beds. Kaldeck Truck and tion call or text 204-868-5413. x
does it assume responsibility for errors published as a result of home 24’ X 28’ for a garage.
Trailer, Hwy #1 MacGregor,
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VOLUNTEERS COMING EVENTS HELP WANTED

For the month of Feb- WEST REGION CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES INC.
ruary anyone who donates invites applications for +HULWDJH9LOODJH
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Day Camp Co-ordinator, Camp Counsellors and Kayak Leaders
Cadurcis Community in Minnedosa, MB. These positions provide
United Church. Church ser- 8-10 weeks of full-time employment throughout
vices every Sunday 9:30. July and August.
Brunch: February 19th, All applicants must:
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May 21st. Communion: April
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dates: April 14th 9:30 a.m.
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2nd at Basswood Hall. Doors
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Adults: $15, 6-12 years $6. you are applying for before March 1st to:
25TH, 2014
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Minnedosa & District Recreation Commission ([FHOOHQWZDJHVWUXFWXUHZLWKRYHUWLPHDYDLODEOH
Clanwilliam  Junior Bon- Dear Evan, Attn: Nicole Synchyshyn 0XVWEHDYDLODEOHHYHQLQJVDQGZHHNHQGV
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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, February 17, 2017 17

OBITUARIES CARD OF THANKS

PEARL YAKIWCHUK WILLIAM STEVEN MARCHISCHUK MARCHISCHUK. We would like to express our sincere appre-
APRIL 5TH, 1972 – ciation and gratitude to all who helped us through such a dif-
Pearl was born May 17th, 1925, JANUARY 11TH, 2017 ficult time of my son’s passing and our brother William. Also
the youngest of 15 children to thank you to all who sent cards, the phone calls, flowers, texts
Wasyl and Anne Zwarich. She It is with great sadness and and all the food that was brought to the house, it was greatly ap-
was also the last remaining child heavy hearts that we announce preciated. A huge thank you to all the friends who came to visit
of Wasyl and Anne. the passing of William Steven and spent time with us. We are truly grateful to each and every
Pearl was born and Marchischuk at Red Deer, Al- one of you. Thank you. God Bless You All. Bev Marchischuk,
raised on the Zwarich family berta at the age of 44 years. Julie and Ron Bachewich, Val and Rick Goold, Jacquie and
homestead. At the age of 16 William was born in Minne- Lloyd Huculak and families.
and 17 she spent the summers dosa, Manitoba. He was wel-
working for farm families in the comed home on a beautiful The family of Pearl Yakiwchuk wish to say a heartfelt
Wellwood – Arden area, helping sunny day with his three sisters “Thank-you” for all the kind words, cards, and flowers that we
out with the house work and the waiting for him. all got following the passing of our Mom and Baba. A HUGE
children. After her mother got really William grew up in the small thank-you to all the staff at the Erickson Personal Care Home,
sick she stayed at home and looked town of Sandy Lake, Manitoba. He for the wonderful care of our mother. “Mom really enjoyed
after her and helped out on the farm. attended elementary school there up until her time with all of you.” Thank-you to Rae’s Funeral Home, St.
Pearl married Gibb Yakiwchuk January 25th, 1945, and grade nine and then he was off to Erickson for his high school Jude’s Roman Catholic Church, Father Emil Kardasinec, and Er-
they lived on the Yakichuk homestead three miles south of the education. As a young boy he would deliver newspapers and nie Malchuk. To the grandson’s and great grandson’s that were
Zwarich homestead. There Pearl and Gibb raised eight children: with the money he made, he saved it all for a new bike, to make the pallbearer’s and cross bearer. To Rosie and Tom for the won-
Danny, James, Lillian, Fred, Greg, Kenny, Shirley and Barry. delivering papers a little easier. derful lunch. “Thank-you” seems inadequate to express our ap-
While Gibb worked out in the winters, Pearl stayed at home As young boys and through their high school years, William preciation for all the kindness we have experienced. James and
and looked after the children and the farm. When all the chil- and Kevin T. would always be playing and hanging out and get- Pauline, Lillian and Gerald Prosak, Fred and Dianne, Greg
dren but the two youngest were out on their own and the farm ting into trouble in one way or another, of course always having andLori, Shirley and Craig Todoruk, Barry and Vickie, and
land was rented out, Pearl started working at Clear Lake. She fun. Janice
worked there for a number of years until Gibb got sick, then she When he was younger, William spent time playing hockey,
got a job working at the Erickson Hospital, where she worked curling, baseball and Ukrainian dancing. William left home in
until she retired in 1990. 1990 searching for that golden dream which lead to an evening
Pearl was predeceased by her husband Gibb, two sons shift at a gas station. Solutions and
Danny and Kenny and one Grandson Scott. Pumping gas into his dream trucks, he sought for more! And
Left to miss her beyond words – James (Pauline), Lillian being the responsible hard worker that he was, it didn’t take Substitutions
(Gerald), Fred (Diane), Greg (Lori), Shirley (Craig), Barry (Vick- him long to get a job where he would be able to buy that Dodge By
ie) and daughter-in-law Janice. 17 Grandchildren, 28 Great he always wanted.
Grandchildren and two Great Great Grandchildren. Numerous
nieces, nephews and many, many friends.
William worked his way up to becoming a journeyman elec-
trician. This took him to exotic places, gave him valuable ex-
REENA NERBAS
periences and meaningful relationships.
William (Bill) as he was known to many of his friends had a
great sense of humour and infamous “one-liners”. Dear Reena, solution for reviving yellowed
WILLIAM RUSSELL VIVIER SR.
On a beautiful July afternoon in 2000, in Red Deer, Alberta My ironing board broke plastics is to apply hydrogen
AUGUST 22, 1945 
William and Nicole Houston exchanged vows Forever; and the and so I started ironing my peroxide. The hydrogen perox-
FEBRUARY 10, 2017
love they shared together, did by raising two beautiful children, clothes on the carpet. It wasn’t ide sold in grocery stores is not
a son Hunter and of course “daddy’s little girl” Dariann. ideal but things were go- strong enough (3%). You will
Forever being filled with camping at South Fork with fires, ing well until I noticed that I need to purchase hydrogen
It is with great sadness that we
quadding, rafting and swimming the creek, with trips to Hawaii, scorched the top of my carpet. peroxide from a salon supply
inform all of the passing of Rus-
Texas, Disneyland, Disneyworld and Las Vegas. With Nicole’s Help! Is my carpet ruined? I store in the form of a cream,
sell Vivier Sr. at the age of 71 on
homemade cookies and a glass of chocolate milk that “no one tried to wash it, but that did 35%. The cream will not run
Friday, February 10th, 2017 at
could touch” only so rarely sneaking one to Dariann. With ar- not help. Betsy off of the shelves. Smear the
Minnedosa Hospital, Russell
passed after a long battle with cade games, wood splitters, drones, Pepsi, Fudge-o’s and family cream onto the shelves, cover
dinners at Boston Pizza. With weekly calls to his mother, it was Dear Betsy, with plastic wrap and leave for
cancer with his family by his side.
Russell was born in Portage, MB so perfectly clear that William cared deeply for his family and While washing the carpet 12 hours. Wipe with water.
friends and of course all his pets he owned throughout life. will most likely not make any
on August 22, 1945.
Chaos being his truest definition of “man’s best friend.” difference, here is a tip that Feedback from Helpful
Russell spent many of his younger
William will be Forever loved and remembered by his wife will. Use sharp scissors and Reader
years with his Aunts and Uncles on their
Nicole, son Hunter and daughter Dariann of Red Deer, Alberta. gently cut the ends of the pile. Re: Cleaning a self-clean-
farms. He loved being around friends and
By his mother Bev Marchischuk of Sandy Lake, sister Julie (Ron) Cut as little as possible from ing oven without self-clean
Family and would do anything for anyone.
Bachewich of BC, sister Val (Rick) Goold of BC, sister Jacquie the ends because the damage mode
All who knew him would be in agreement that he was a
(Lloyd) Huculak of Sandy Lake. Mother and father-in-law Fay is probably only on the sur- Here is how I clean my
gentle giant with a big heart.
and Vern Houston of BC, brother-in-law Garett (Erica) Houston face. Do not cut too much and oven; first I warm the oven to
For many years Russell drove truck for a living, from driving
of Alberta, four nieces and all his extended family and friends. make sure that the cut area 150 degrees. Next I place a pan
the ice roads to driving locally. He drove the fuel truck for many
He will Forever be in their hearts. blends with the carpet. If the of hot water on the bottom
years, making many friends along the way.
William never had a chance to meet hsi Dad due to his pass- damage is too great, consider rack. Then I put a smaller pan
After retirement he enjoyed working on the recycling truck
ing before William was born. Now Father and Son are together contacting a professionals with one cup of ammonia on
and receiving many cookies and treats while he worked.
Forever, doing the things Father and Son do. flooring specialist. the top rack. Leave for a few
Russell will be remembered for the many lights in his yard
and all the hard work “HE” put into them. We will love you forever William” hours; everything will wipe
Veechna Pamya Dear Reena, right off. Works great! Arla
Russell is survived by his loving wife Audrey, Daughter
The memorial service was held on Thursday, January 19th, I can’t seem to get stains
Anita (Jeff ) from Oshawa, ON, son Russ Jr. (Jenn) from Portage
2017 at 2:00 p.m. in Red Deer, Alberta with Pastor Glenn Fretz out of the plastics shelves in Save on Produce
and step son Donn Stephenson. Mother Belle Hourie from Por-
officiating. my kitchen cupboards, which Whenever I bring ba-
tage, MB, brothers Wayne (Sylvia) from AB, Ken (Roz), Lloyd
Parkland Funeral Home in Red Deer, Alberta were in care of are more than 25-years-old. I nanas home from the grocery
(Kat) and sister Sandra (Ken) from Portage, MB.
arrangements. have tried bleach and Comet store, I wrap the tip of the ba-
Poppa Peace to Jessica, Brandi, Gracelinn and Avianna and
cleanser with limited improve- nanas with plastic wrap. Doing
Honourary grandkids Katelyn and Shawn Rudneski. Uncle and

DON’T FORGET
ment. Maureen this stops ethylene gas from
Great Uncle to many nieces and nephews.
We would like to send out a very heartfelt THANK YOU to being released and keeps ba-
Dear Maureen, nanas fresher longer. Hilda
Russell’s nephew Aaron Zacharias, who has been our port in the
This is a common chal- After a few experiments
storm through this tough battle. Thank you Aaron for being our
rock. Advertising deadline is lenge and bleach is often a I noticed that the best way to
popular recommended solu- store lettuce is to wrap it in a
Also Thank you to Dr. Onyshko and the great Nurses and staff
at the hospital who helped take care of Russell during his stay. TUESDAYS AT 12 NOON tion. However, in order for paper towel and then place
bleach to be effective you it inside of a plastic bag. The
Funeral arrangements will be a small Service for immedi-
would need to soak the shelves paper towel absorbs a lot of
ate Family. A celebration of life was held at the Minnedosa Le-
gion for those who wished to honour his memory. Call for several days with bleach
because wiping them with
the moisture and the lettuce
stays fresh. Tula
204-867-3816 bleach alone will not get the
job done. Another possible op-
Wrap cheese with parch-
ment paper before storing it
or email ads to tion is to clean the shelves with in the fridge. The paper al-
adsales@ Iron Out (use according to the lows the cheese to breathe and
directions on the bottle and keeps it fresh. Glen
minnedosatribune.com wear a mask). Many people
have shared that the best
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Congregate Meal Program In Sandy Lake
By HILLARY CAMPBELL Newdale, and also cooks is the whole idea of social
the congregate meals in inclusion”. With this in

C ommunity members
of Sandy Lake have
joined together to orga-
Newdale, which occur
three times a week. On
Tuesday, she was serving
mind, the Drop In Centre
also held a game of card
bingo after the lunch was
nize a new congregate roast beef and mashed over, to allow people to
meal program. While potatoes, among other continue their social visit.
there are many of these side dishes. Next week Sandy Lake is, in large
programs around Mani- the plan is to serve pork part, a retirement com-
toba that have started over chops. Stapleton noted munity so, “it’s the perfect
the years, this is only the that “We are very pleased place to have it. We’ve
second week that the pro- to have her, because she got a lot of elderly people
gram has existed in Sandy has been doing this in who are never going to
Lake. Newdale for 11 years. So make a meal like this on
Doreen Stapleton, it is good for us newbies to their own, for themselves,
Chair for the Age Friendly have her experience”. so they can come out and
Initiative Committee for According to Staple- enjoy not only a meal, Photo by Hillary Campbell
Harrison-Park said that ton, the benefi ts to the but the company of their
the congregate lunch will congregate meal are two- friends”, said Stapleton. meal itself costs only $8 had been awaiting fund- to members of the Sandy
happen every Tuesday at fold. Firstly, the meals However, for anyone per person, so is very rea- ing from RHA up until 6 Lake community. There
the Sandy Lake Drop-In follow the Canada Food who is unable to make it sonable for the amount of months ago. Stapleton were also people from Er-
Centre. “Last week was Guide, which allows at- to the meals on Tuesdays, food, as well as the quality noted that they are not ickson, Elphinstone and
our first week, and it must tendees a healthy meal. there is another perk. The of food that is prepared. looking to make a profit other surrounding areas.
have been okay because Secondly, and as Staple- congregate meal organiz- Th e congregate pro- on the lunches, but rath- Stapleton noted that, “we
50-some people are back ton notes, more impor- ers have also created the gram has been a part of er they would just like to are very proud of it, and
again”, said Stapleton. tantly, “it gets them up, it option for meals to be the Age Friendly Initia- make enough money to we are very pleased with
The chef for the meals, gets them out, and it gets either picked up or deliv- tive’s action plan for two support the program. The the response”.
Helen Caird, comes from them with other people. It ered to the recipients. The and a half years, but they attendees were not limited

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