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INSIDE Kinsmen Housing Donates $55,000 To Clinic
this week Second Donation Brings Kinsmen Contribution To $80,000
By HILLARY MILLER
Port in the
Storm A sizable donation from
a local service club
was recently made to the

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update Dr. Ajai Khandelwal Pri-
mary Care Centre. Thanks
to the Minnedosa Kinsmen
Housing group’s gener-
ous donation, the Primary
Care Centre is ever closer
to being completely fund-
ed – but they aren’t quite
Bombers there yet.
The Minnedosa Kins-

Headed To men Housing group re-
cently presented an ad-

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Playoffs
ditional $55,000 to the
Primary Care Centre, on
top of their initial contri-
bution of $25,000 last sum-
mer.
The funds were made
available to the group fol-
lowing the recent sale of
Men’s the old hospital property
west of the Personal Care

Wellness Home, that was owned

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by Minnedosa Kinsmen

Day
Housing. “We thought it
was a good way to give back
to the community, because
we really don’t need this
money sitting in the bank,”
said Harvey Wedgewood,
the Secretary/Treasurer
for the group.
Minnedosa Kinsmen
If your label reads Housing is an offshoot

18/02/28 from what the former
Minnedosa Kinsmen Club Photo submitted

It’s time to renew used to do in the commu-
(L-R) Primary Care Centre representatives Ray Morgan, Susan Glasgow and Gord Lane
nity
your subscription! recently accepted a $55,000 cheque from Harvey Wedgewood and Norm Sims from the Minnedosa
Continued Kinsmen Housing group. This is the group’s second generous donation toward the new clinic
on Page 8 currently under construction across from Minnedosa Health Centre.
204-867-3816
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A Port In The Storm A Home Away From Home
By Hillary Miller and 5% come from the In- the city. You can just imag-
terlake region. ine if you can use your en-

A Port in the Storm is an
organization that sets
up housing for people in
Since its opening in
2012, many people from
Minnedosa, who have had
ergy to get healthy and not
worry about how you are
going to stay in the city,”
Manitoba and Ontario who to undergo medical treat- said Emerson-Proven.
need to travel to Winnipeg ments in Winnipeg, have Dianna McBratney,
for medical treatments. It stayed at A Port in the from Minnedosa, is cur-
has been open since 2012, Storm. While many peo- rently staying in A Port in a
and provides 14 suits to cli- ple who have heard of the Storm, and her sister, Con-
ents from out of town. housing believe it is solely nie has come to stay with
Heather Emerson for cancer patients, this is her. McBratney is under-
Proven, who works at Tan- not so. A Port in the Storm going cancer treatments
ner’s Crossing School has is available to anyone who in Winnipeg and noted
been on the board for some is undergoing any kind of that it is reasonable and
time, and is a true believer medical treatment, wheth- affordable housing for her.
of the good that the group er it be cardio, dialysis, Staying at a hotel would
does for those who need surgery, or any number of be double the price, and
it. She got involved in A other medical reasons. with A Port in the Storm,
Photo coutesy Port in the Storm
Port in the Storm after her The group does not she gets to stay in an apart-
sister-in-law was diag- receive government fund- ment instead of a single
nosed with Leukemia, and ing, and are solely reliant a view of one of the comfortable suites offered to room. With the low-fibre
heard about the program. on corporate and private patients and families at a Port in the Storm. diet she is on, she is thank-
She decided that once she donations in order to stay ful for having a kitchen
was done her cancer treat- running. They need to still, the cost of keeping it Emerson-Proven not- own meals, which is ben- in her apartment where
ments she would join the constantly keep fundrais- open is higher than what ed that when you stay in eficial for those who are on she can prepare her own
board. Unfortunately, she ing in order to keep their clients pay to stay, making a Port in the Storm apart- special diets due to their meals.
did not survive the cancer, clients’ rates as low as pos- donations even more cru- ment, everything is pro- medical conditions, and Another client who
but Emerson-Proven felt it sible cial to its existence. vided. This includes lin- also, the cost of eating out has stayed at A Port in the
was the least she could do Currently, A Port in the Since it opened in ens, towels, cutlery, pots can add up. Storm in the past noted, “I
to join the board for her Storm has two staff mem- 2012, there have been and pans, dishes and free A Port in the Storm re- couldn’t believe it I have
late sister-in-law. bers, an Executive Director over 850 people who have laundry facilities. There duces stress for its clients, my own place, I could af-
Port in the Storm sta- and a House Monitor, but stayed in the units. The is a service group that will since they no longer need ford it, I can cook my own
tistics show that 13% of the the group also has 56 hard- average stay is about eigh- pick up patients and take to worry about the high food, you can do exactly
clients come from Ontario, working volunteers who teen days, but they have them to and from their ap- costs that come along with what you need to do dur-
1% come from Nunavut, help make A Port in the had one person who stayed pointments, and there is being in the city for medi- ing the cancer treatments,
54% come from northern Storm possible. The group for well over a year, and an- either a pull-out couch or a cal treatments. “Some it relieved a lot of stress
Manitoba, 21% come from tries to keep expenses as other person who stayed at futon in each suite, so that people actually have to for me when I was going
Prairie Mountain region, low as possible, and even the house seventeen dif- clients’ families may come think about whether they through my chemo, a port
ferent times. The housing stay with them. Each suite can afford treatment, or if in the storm helped me get
is located in Winnipeg’s has a kitchen, a bathroom, they are not going to have through my cancer.”
Exchange District, which a bedroom and a living it because they simply can- A Port in the Storm
means it is less than a ten- room. This allows clients to not afford it. Some people was the recipient of a
The Minnedosa Performing Arts minute ride to Health Sci- settle in and be more com- lose their wages, and they Minnedosa Foundation
Expressions Concert Series Presents ences Centre, and about a fortable than they would have to keep their home grant in 2017. Emerson-

Derina Harvey Band 15 minute ride to St. Boni-
face Hospital.
be in a single room hotel.
They are able to cook their
running at home, and then
they have to come live in
Proven said the funds will
be used towards the pur-
chase of new furnishings
It’s a Kitchen Party for all ages. at A Port in the Storm,
Come and enjoy some East Coast Spirit. since the current furnish-
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2017 Building Projects Bombers Wrap Up Regular Season
Total $8.5 Million By HILLARY MILLER The Bombers end the Wes Lewis with nine regu- important to make lots of
and DARRYL HOLYK regular season of the Tiger lar season goals and 16 as- shots, so we can get off to a
Hills Hockey League with sists. good start.”

T he Minnedosa Senior
Bombers have just fin-
ished their regular season
18 games played of which
they had eight wins, nine
loses and one overtime
Attendance at the
Bombers home games was
hit or miss with some game
day,
At press time Wednes-
Eastern Division
standings top five teams
of play with the Tiger Hills loss. This gives them a 44% night’s seeing good atten- for the regular season
Hockey League. They now win rate. dance while other nights are as follows; Neepawa,
have a week off and will be According to Saler, the had a lot of empty space in Gladstone, MacGregor,
soon going into playoffs. season did not go as well as the stands. However, Saler Minnedosa, Cartwright
The Bombers played they had hoped. “We lost anticipates that during the and Pilot Mound. While
their final 2017-2018 regu- some games we probably game against the neigh- the Bombers have com-
lar season game on home shouldn’t have, and we bouring Neepawa Farmers pleted their regular sea-
ice Saturday night when had a bunch of tight games in the playoffs, attendance son games, there are still
they faced the Gladstone that we probably deserved will be higher. six games to be wrapped
Lakers. to win,” he said. The Bombers first up by other teams in the
File photo
By the end of the first However, he did note scheduled playoff game league. The final games are
A number of larger new construction projects, period, Gladstone was that, in his mind, Shane will be against the Cart- scheduled to take place
such as the Heritage Co-op Administration ahead by one goal. They Jury really stood out this wright Clippers. Saler not- this weekend and then it’s
had earned three goals year. He had the highest ed that the Clippers have a off to the playoffs!
building, were started or completed in 2017.
while the Bombers earned number of goals on the very strong goalie, so “it is
two scored by Matt Saler team, with 27 regular sea-
By DARRYL HOLYK (assisted by Shane Jury son goals and 17 assists.
and James McCarville) and Not only did Jury have the
Helping you honour
T he Tanner’s Crossing Planning District had a very
successful year in 2017. The year’s statistics show
that over $8.5 million in projects was invested in the
Brad Lewis (assisted by
Shane Jury and Matt Saler.
During the second
highest number of goals
scored for the Minnedo-
sa Bombers, but he had
your loved ones
since 1905
Minnedosa, Minto-Odanah area. period, each team picked the highest number of
Within the Town of Minnedosa, there were 59 build-
ing/development permits issued. The cost of the permits
up one more goal with the
hometown goal scored
goals scored for the entire
league! Saler himself fol-
“We Pay the Taxes”
was $33,863 with the estimated value of the work com- by Matt Saler (assisted by lowed with 15 regular sea- Sale on now until May 31st.
ing in at $5,693,769. The past twelve months saw some Shane Jury and Wes Lew- son goals and 29 assists. Experience ● Trust ● Artistry
larger building/development permits for projects such is). The third highest number
as the Heritage Co-op Administration building, the new During the final pe- of goals was achieved by WWW.GUINNBROS.COM(37-18)
laundromat, the new clinic, a number of new multi-unit riod, the teams continued
housing projects and the addition to the Minnedosa Fire to even things up with two
Hall. Throughout 2017, Minnedosa also had one varia- more goals each, but due
tion order processed, one zoning by-law amendment to the extra goal in the first, 18021DD0
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and one conditional use order processed. Gladstone came out vic-
For the Rural Municipality of Minto-Odanah, 22 torious with a final game
building/development permits were issued with a cost score of 6-5 over the Bomb-
of $16,544. The estimated value of the work came in at ers. The final two Bombers
$2,896,500. The R.M. also had nine conditional use or- goals were scored by Wyatt
ders and six variation orders processed. Rapsky (assisted by Clay
Bergeson and Josh Mc-
Innes) and Shane Jury (as-
sisted by Wyatt Rapsky).

Winter Wind Blows
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And announce
M other Nature blasted central and southern Manito-
ba with a fierce winter storm on Tuesday, January
30th. Road conditions for those travelling Tuesday after-
these special events noon or evening were extremely unplesant. Many motor-
to your community
ists reported heavy blowing and white-out conditions in
●Birth of Child a number of areas.
●Wedding Some drivers also unfortunately found themselves
●Wedding Anniversaries disoriented and on the wrong side of the highway or in
25th, 40th, 50th, 60th the ditch as a result of poor visibility. Local emergency
●New home residency crews were called out to a motor vehicle incident in
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Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Around Setting The Record Straight
The change is to take effect on April 1st, but a phased-

Town...
in approach over a six-month period may happen in
Under The Dome some areas to insure a safe and seamless transition.
By There is no reason to believe that the high quality
pharmaceutical services, provided in most cases by phar-
By Darryl Holyk GREG NESBITT macies where the PCHs are located, will not continue by
the successful bidder.
Riding Mountain MLA I am certainly of two minds on this. As a rural resi-
dent, I understand that any reduction in support for lo-
Appointment number one… cal businesses has an effect on that business and a ripple
Minnedosa lawyer, Norm Sims, is one of five new
members recently appointed to the provincial govern-
ment’s Co-operative Housing Appeal Tribunal. The tri-
S everal items have hit the news over the past six weeks
that have prompted several calls or emails to my of-
fice and comment on social media. I would like to set the
effect throughout a community. However, I also believe
that reducing costs where possible is necessary to keep
our health care system sustainable now and into the fu-
bunal operates under the Co-operative Act which in- record straight with the facts and my take on these issues ture.
cludes oversight of 60 housing co-operatives in Manitoba as your Member of the Legislative Assembly for Riding I wish to personally thank all the pharmacists in the
including 16 in rural Manitoba, five in Brandon and 39 in Mountain. Riding Mountain constituency for the services they have
Winnipeg. The tribunal presides over hearings to ensure Wait Times Reduction Task Force recommenda- provided to PCHs and for the day-to-care concern they
decisions incorporate legal expertise when membership tions – Health, Seniors and Active Living Minister Kelvin have for their patients. Our government will continue to
in a housing co-operative is terminated.  Goertzen released the results of this task force – which work with Manitoba pharmacists to leverage all that they
made a stop in Hamiota last spring – on December 20th. can contribute to a co-ordinated approach to health care.
The report didn’t recommend specific changes to ru- Manitoba Community Services Council – This
Number two… ral health care facilities, but concluded that it is not rea- entity was informed in January that its administrative
Lorne Zacharias, General Manager for Heritage sonable for rural residents to have to memorize the hours funding would be cut for the 2018-19 fiscal year, and that
Co-op, was voted in as one of the new directors for the of emergency departments in facilities that are not open the grants they administered would now be done by the
Westman Communications Group 2018 Board during 24/7 or are subject to inconsistent service. province. MCSC is well-known amongst organizations
its recent Annual General Meeting. A totally different Rural residents are well aware of the changes our in rural Manitoba for the grants they provided. What
business area than his management role with the local government has made in Winnipeg to address wait doesn’t seem to be well known is that the money MCSC
Co-op, Lorne is looking forward to serving WCG and its times and provide better health care service to citizens. granted was taxpayer dollars.
shareholders. Over the years, a number of Minnedosa Of course, this has met with considerable opposition by As your government we want to make sure every dol-
residents have served on the WCG board, most recently, health care unions, which in turn has created a lot of mis- lar we spend goes to the important work of grassroots
Barrie Brooking. information. community organizations rather than paying for the du-
As your MLA, I know that our government needs to plication of services.
And number three… insure 24/7 emergency rooms are available within a rea-
sonable distance. I also know that many communities
That means focusing resources on front line com-
munity services and reducing administration costs and
Last Thursday, January 25th, the Provincial Exhibi-
would benefit from “urgent care centres” at their facili- duplication to insure hard-earned tax dollars are used to
tion of Manitoba held its annual meeting and election of
ties, which could be open consistent hours. their full potential.
officers. Minnedosa’s Clarke Swain was elected as one of
Times have changed, and our government recog- The bottom line is that yes, MCSC will receive less
the directors of the 2018-19 board. Clarke has been in-
nizes that. Change is not easy, but with the absence of administrative funding, but the grant money that it ad-
volved with the Minnedosa Agricultural Society and local
change there can be no progress. ministered will continue to flow to community organiza-
4-H for a number of years and we wish him well in his
My promise is to keep my constituents informed of tions who depend on it.
new role with the Provincial Ex. The next big event for the
any changes planned for the betterment of health care in That’s why we have created a single window for com-
non-profit group is the 111th Royal Manitoba Winter Fair
Riding Mountain as decisions are made. munity organizations and municipalities to apply for
coming up in March.
Pharmaceutical contract for Personal Care Homes grants, rather than having them go through a middle-
– Regional Health Authorities issued a request for pro- man,
Ready, set, read... posals (RFP) last summer for the provision of pharmacy
services for participating personal care homes (PCH).
Grants to community organizations are a priority
and will continue to receive funding, as we saw with the
With the arrival of February, we have also had some
recent snowfall. When you are not out enjoying the fresh This RFP was open to all pharmacies in Manitoba, many recent announcement of $1.4 million for projects, $1.8
snow on your skis, snowshoes or snowmobile, this is the of whom had an agreement with Manitoba Health to sup- million in Community Places grants in December, and
perfect time to pick up a book, magazine, newspaper ply PCHs. $700,000 in provincial funding to support the purchase of
or other printed material and celebrate I Love To Read The results of that RFP were announced earlier this 27 new handi-vans for communities last year.
Month. Reading is an age-old passtime that never grows month and MediSystem Pharmacy Manitoba won the As your MLA, that’s what I want to see your hard-
old. contract for all health regions in Manitoba, except for the earned tax dollars spent on.
city of Flin Flon.

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From Power Smart to Power Smarter
Efficiency Manitoba will be leaner and better
By The Honourable claimed after making its we concurred with the more effective steward of ming, but will see Efficien- publically announcing the
Cliff Cullen way through cabinet ear- Public Utility Board’s 2014 our province’s energy-effi- cy Manitoba improve pro- corporation exists. Rest as-
Minister of Crown Services lier this month. I told our recommendation—a rec- ciency programming with gramming in a similar vein sured that work is truly un-
friends in the media that ommendation initially ac- fewer staff and better out- under a different name. derway and these details

M anitoba is one of the
greenest provinces
in the country, from an
more details would follow
soon.
Efficiency Manitoba
cepted by the then-NDP
government and then
promptly ignored – that
comes.
We’ve heard from
some stakeholders that
We look forward to doing
so with the establishment
of a stakeholder commit-
will be announced as soon
as possible.
Establishing Efficiency
energy-production stand- will be a stand-alone entity Manitoba Hydro could not they have greatly appreci- tee. Manitoba is critical. Effi-
point. So it’s understand- separate from Manitoba reasonably be expected to ated the Power Smart pro- The truth is Power ciency Manitoba’s mission
able that trying to improve Hydro set up to replace sell electricity while en- grams. There are certainly Smart left enough incen- is important, and our gov-
on that front might raise a Hydro’s Power Smart pro- couraging more efficient positive lessons from the tive money on the table— ernment is serious about
few eyebrows. gram. It will be smaller domestic electricity use. work that has been done, to the tune of about $50 meeting the real, legislated
We are committed than Power Smart, it will It is an inherent contra- which will be passed on to million left in a deferral ac- targets that we reiterated
to becoming the most be less expensive than diction that has been rec- the new crown, but our li- count—that it’s sufficient during the announcement
improved province in Power Smart and it will be ognized and dealt with in cense on the Power Smart to fund Efficiency Mani- last week.
Canada, and one area we more effective than Power other jurisdictions across name is expiring just as we toba from the outset. Through this new
want to do that is becom- Smart. the country. take this opportunity to di- As for the corporate crown corporation, Mani-
ing more energy efficient Proclaiming Efficiency We need Manitoba vest Hydro of all Demand questions surrounding a toba will reduce green-
while diversifying our en- Manitoba is just the first Hydro to focus on its core Side Management (DSM) headquarters, chief ex- house-gas emissions by
ergy sources. step. Soon, we will answer mandate—selling our programming. The time is ecutive officer, and board, 2.7 million tonnes over
Last week, I an- the questions we heard province’s hydro-electric now to take our province we would ask that people 15 years. That aggressive
nounced a new Crown last week about cost, CEO, power. from Power Smart to pow- respect what a challenge target should be all the
Corporation to serve that location, staff. But the big- But more importantly, er smarter. it is to extend offers to the reason anyone needs for
end. Efficiency Manitoba gest question is “why?” we are confident Efficiency Our government won’t kinds of quality people we getting serious about effi-
has been officially pro- The answer is simple: Manitoba will be a leaner, eliminate DSM program- are looking for without first ciency programming.

Letters to the Editor
Can You Identify Dear Editor, and provide habitat for a continue to lose wetlands regulations under the Act,

This Lady?
variety of wildlife. at an alarming rate. DUC Manitoban’s will have

M inister of Sustainable Those benefits extend supports embedding “no reached a “watershed”
Development Ro- to climate change. When net loss” of wetlands goal moment in conservation.
chelle Squires has shown wetlands are drained in the new regulations
sound leadership by in- and destroyed, carbon is where wetlands are main- Scott Stephens
troducing The Sustainable released into the atmo- tained and replaced when Ducks Unlimited Canada
Watersheds Act. Com- sphere. If wetlands are lost to development. Director of Operations -
bined with robust regula- protected in Manitoba With the passing of Prairie Region
tions, the new legislation this could stop the ongo- the new Act introduced
will protect certain classes ing release of 284.5 million by Minister Squires, and
of wetlands and enable tonnes of global-warming the development of strong
Manitobans to better con- carbon dioxide – 20 years
trol the flow and quality of worth of emissions from
water. Premier Brian Pal- three million cars.
lister and his government The coming months
have acted promptly on will be crucial as the gov-
the principles of the recent ernment and other stake-
Made in Manitoba Climate holders work to shape new
and Green Plan in advanc- regulations to accompany
ing this legislation. the Act - regulations that
All Manitobans stand conserve and restore wet-
to benefit from the act’s lands. Timing is critical,
protection of wetlands. as until the Act passes and
They filter water, protect us strong regulations are de-
from flooding and drought, veloped Manitoban’s will

T his photo was found in a home in Basswood cur-
rently occupied by Diane Harrington. The prop-
erty’s previous owners were Bill and Anne Gray, Dave
and Ethel Curwen, Robert Armstrong, Roy Lewis and
Joe Knight.
If any of our readers can identify the lady in the
photo please contact The Minnedosa Tribune at 204-
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Minnedosa Minor Hockey was pleased to accept a
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Tribune Founder pictures from years gone by. Tanis Barrett accepted the
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Men Gather For Wellness Day
By Hillary Miller upon retirement, become purpose of Men’s Shed,
isolated, and withdraw Saturday’s Men’s Wellness

O n Saturday, January
27th, the gentlemen
from the local Men’s Shed
from the community they
were once a part of. Men’s
Shed focuses on ways to
Day was, in itself, a reason
for men to come out and
spend a day together. In
gathered with other like- bring men together in the addition, it provided some
minded men for a Men’s hopes of promoting better valuable information for
Wellness Day at the 50+ communication and com- the men about their health
Centre in Minnedosa. panionship. and ways to maintain their
The day began at 9:30 Dan Jardine spoke sense of community. It in-
a.m., and ran until 3:30 about creating a success- formed them about what
p.m. Included in the group ful retirement, followed by the Men’s Shed is, how to
were Doug Mackie from Ed Tait, whose topic was take care of themselves,
the Winnipeg chapter of “Safety in the house for how to exercise and how to
Men’s Shed, and local seniors”. During the after- Photo by Hillary Miller eat properly.
MLA, Greg Nesbitt, who noon sessions, Jim Evan- The local Men’s Shed
attended the morning ses- chuk spoke about healthy a group of local men spent a good part of their Saturday is pleased with the out-
sions. active aging for men in- leaning about some important wellness topics. come of its first Men’s
A variety of topics cluding choices, challeng- Doug Mackie who spoke said that while he has re- liked. However, he sus- Wellness Day and is plan-
were discussed through- es, champions and chap- about Manitoba Men’s ceived positive feedback pects this may have had ning on holding a second
out the day. The main topic ters to contemplate. The Shed. about the day, he did not something to do with the similar event in April.
of discussion was men’s final presentation of Men’s Warren Pearson, of the see as many people in at- weather that day.
health. So many men, Wellness Day came form Minnedosa Men’s Shed, tendance as he would have Following the whole

Tips With Clips
Dear May, Dear Pam, Dear rena, racks in my freezer. They
Here are a few options, There are products In your column about hang on hooks in an order-
Solutions and so that you don’t have to on the market designed soggy apple pie, I found ly fashion, instead of lying
“noodle around” your pan- specifically for cleaning your advice rather odd. aimlessly at the bottom of
Substitutions try collecting the mess of beautiful tile; here are sug- A soggy apple pie means the freezer, becoming for-
By fallen food. After opening gestions in case you do the pie was baked at too gotten. I also close my bags

REENA NERBAS the bag, fold the top and
close it with a bag clip or a
not have access to com-
mercial products. Begin
low a temperature. All pies
should be baked at 400 de-
of spices with binder clips.
I fashioned a rod with
clothes pin. In some cases, with a combination of dish grees or higher, so the crust metal hooks in the pantry,
the bag rips; several stores soap and water, scrub with will bake before the juice is and hang the bags of spices
sell long pasta storage con- a non-scratching abrasive able to soak in. I’ve been on the rod. Submitted by
Dear reena, with the cap on. Test on a
tainers. If you like the taste cloth. Next make a paste of baking pies for 60 years, Henry
Do you have any tips scrap paper before using it
of Pringles chips, eat the baking soda and three per- without soggy crusts. I also
for how to rejuvenate on your good paper.
chips, and then clean out cent hydrogen peroxide, find that Granny Smith Use a binder clip on
Sharpie markers? radah
the container with a cloth. scrub with a non-scratch- apples do not make good the end of your toothpaste.
Dear reena,
Store spaghetti noodles in ing abrasive cloth. Worst pies. MacIntosh, Spartan, As you empty the tube, roll
Dear radah, I usually purchase
the empty container. case scenario; clean the or Rome Beauty apples it and clip it with a binder
Soak the tip of the spaghetti noodles in bags.
area with household am- are much nicer. Apple pie clip. Makes getting the
marker in rubbing alcohol After the bags are open,
Dear reena, monia (test on an incon- should have a juicy, tender toothpaste out a whole lot
until you see the ink start the noodles fall in my pan-
The tile backsplash di- spicuous area first). filling in a crisp, browned easier. Submitted by Mary
to bleed out. Remove the try, and make a mess. Any
rectly behind the stove has crust. Nobody leaves the
marker from the alcohol, ideas for a better way to
grease marks. Any solu- crust from my pies! edna I purchase packages
and let it sit for one hour store long noodles? May
tions? Pam of small, colourful, met-
Clip It! al binder clips and then
use them in many of my
Instead of bag clips, I gift wrapping projects. I
close bags of frozen food usually attach a note un-
Municipality of Harrison Park
that I purchase with binder derneath each clip. This
2018 Grant Applications clips. That way I can clip makes the gift look extra
the bags onto the wire special. Tiny clothespins
The Council of the Municipality of Harrison Park also work for this purpose.
wishes to advise that grant applications are now being Submitted by Mary
accepted from non-profit organizations who wish to be

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considered for grant funding in the 2018 fiscal year.
Grants will not be provided to religious organizations. Bridge Club Note: Every user as-
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or damage resulting from
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Saskatoon to the Municipal Office by 4:30 p.m. on Friday, any suggestions in this
February 23, 2018. Organizations may be requested to column. Test all products
provide a current financial statement. January 25th
Saturday, February 17th on an inconspicuous area
first.
vs. Applications will be reviewed by the Council of the 1st – tie - Carol Lonsdale/
Prince Albert Municipality of Harrison Park. Approved grant funds Lois Phillips and Reena Nerbas is a
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Local Shines On ACC Hockey Team
having worked her way up
through the Minnedosa
Minor Hockey program.
award for Most Improved
Player, and made the team
again in her second year.
Claire, Wisconson; and
Duluth, Minnesota. After
this, they will be in limbo Ye O l d
Trib
From here, she continued From January 12th until they (hopefully) go
to hone her skills playing to 14th, 2018, the team to nationals in Columbus,
hockey with a group of headed south to Arizona to Ohio. Currently the ACC
girls from Neepawa. take on the Arizona State Cougars are in the league,
“I made sure my kids Sun Devils. The Manitoba and need to remain in the
knew how to skate,” said women’s team competed top six in order to head to
Rachel’s dad Gary Charles. thrice against the team the national champion-
“I played hockey when I over the three-day period, ships.
was growing up, and I got and were victorious in Rachel and her friends 1888 – The inside walls of the Minnedosa schoolhouse
ACC website them into hockey as well. each game. have been known to play are beginning to look dilapidated with large cracks ap-
Rachel Charles She fell in love with the During the first game, at Minnedosa’s Skate the pearing on all sides. A coat of whitewash would not only
game.” Charles got a hat trick, and Lake weekend in the past, add to the appearance of the place but also to the health
Following gradua- during the second game, and were the women’s of the children.
By HILLARY MILLER
tion from Minnedosa Col- she scored two goals, giv- champions last year. Un-
1898 – Tenders are wanted for the purchase of the old
O ne of Minnedosa’s legiate, Charles moved ing her five goals during fortunately, they will not
own has displayed to Winnipeg to attend the entire weekend. Gary be able to attend this year brick schoolhouse, as well as for the erection of a stone
extreme talent recently University and play rec went down to surprise her due to the Cougars’ sched- or brick veneer schoolhouse on property owned by the
on an Assiniboine Com- hockey. Following this, in Arizona that weekend, uling conflicts. Minnedosa School Board.
munity College Women’s she spent six months in and joked that “it made her In the future, Charles
Hockey trip to Tempe, Ari- Australia. Upon her return play better”. Like any good is considering continuing 1918 – During the month of January, Mr. Ben Beddome
zona. Rachel Charles has to the Great White North, hockey parent, Gary is very her studies at ACC, which bought and shipped out of this district, $7,400 worth of
been playing on the ACC Rachel applied to the Agri- proud of his daughter and would allow her to con- cattle and hogs, a very good showing for one month, par-
Women’s Hockey team for business program at ACC. has always enjoyed watch- tinue to play with the Cou- ticularly in mid winter.
nearly two years, and truly When she was accepted, ing her play. gars. However, she will
she tried out for the hockey The team will be play- also be starting her new
shone on the trip down 1958 – The Canada Packers Ltd. creamery at Rapid City
south. team and was accepted. ing away games for the career in Agribusiness.
was awarded one of Manitoba’s ten first prizes for print
Growing up in After her first year rest of the season, going to
creamery butter in the Western Ontario Dairyman’s
Minnedosa, Charles was of playing with the ACC Thunder Bay, ON; Meno-
Convention. The Tribune has lost count of the number
no stranger to hockey, Cougars, she received the monie, Wisconson; Eau
of firsts won by Rapid City in contests all across Canada.

Chancellors Hockey Report
1968 – Canada Manpower, in co-operation with
Agristeel Ltd. has begun an in-plant training school. The
school includes a welding course with an enrollment of
34 and a supervisory course with 27 men enrolled.
By LAURA GOOD In the second league goal giving the Chancel- the board. Just minutes
game on Friday, Janu- lor’s a 2-1 victory over the later on a power play, Liam 1978 – Constable Bruce Petrie, formerly stationed at Ro-
O n Wednesday, Janu-
ary 24th the Chancel-
lor’s headed to Brandon
ary 26th, the Chancellor’s
faced the Boissevain Bron-
cos. The teams were pretty
Bronco’s. Jayden Morrice
provided some solid goal
tending.
Bachewich scored with as-
sists going to Carter Hed-
ley and Lucas Beatty put-
blin, has arrived her to take over the town RCMP detach-
ment. Petrie will hold a corporal’s position and replaces
Cpl. Gordon Leibrecht who has moved to highway patrol.
to the Keystone Centre to evenly matched with scor- The third game was ing the Chancellor’s in the
take on the number one ing chances. Riley Barrett a home game on Sunday, lead 2-1 at the end of the
team in the league, the opened the scoring in the January 28th, against the second period. Midway
1988 – Construction will begin this month on 15 units
of family non-profit housing in Onanole, jointly funded
Vincent Massey Vikings. first period with assists Crocus Plainsmen. The through the third, Plains-
by the Government of Canada and Province of Manitoba.
The Chancellor’s knew this from Curtis Gamey and Plainsmen were first on men scored to tie the game
Total capital cost is estimated at $980,000.
game would be a tough Lucas Beatty. The Bronco’s score board, scoring with and force a five-minute
one. They came out with responded in the second only 49 seconds left in the overtime sudden victory
their game faces on and period, ending the second first period. In the second period. In a heart break- 1998 – Minnedosa RCMP Detachment will see some
did not give up without a period tied at one goal period Liam Bachewich ing end, Plainsmen scored changes as Sgt. Barret Nelson, after 27 years with the
fight. Our lone goal was each. Both teams picked with assists from Lucas to get the win. Joe Lane RCMP, announced his retirement from the force effective
scored by Matt Kowal with up the pace and played a Beatty and Braeden Good played a solid game be- April 1st.
an assist by Josh Kingdon. strong third period. Late put the Chancellor’s on tween the pipes.
The final score was 7-1 into the third, Lucas Beatty 2008 – A special date stamp, featuring the wording
for the Vikings. Joe Lane found the back of the net “Homecoming 2008” and an image of a steam locomo-
stood on his head to keep with assists from Luke Par- tive, was unveiled my Canada Post at the local post office
the Chancellor’s in the rott and Matt Kowal. This Thursday afternoon. The postmark will be used through-
game. was the gaming winning out 2008, Minnedosa’s 125th anniversary year.

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New Clinic Taking Shape Basswood News
By Zelda FirBy Care Home. Our condo- they attended school
lences also to Charlie’s learning English and Ca-

O ur sympathy is ex-
tended to Syd and
Marie Cardy and family on
brothers and sisters and
their families and relatives.
On Sunday, Mark
nadian culture.
Sympathy is extended
to Gwenda Templeton
the passing of Syd’s broth- and Sylvia Firby took Gui and family and relatives
er-in-law Daniel Sherwood and Emerson to Winni- on the passing of mother
of Kamloops, BC. peg where the boys left on and grandmother Olive
Sympathy of the dis- Monday to return to their Templeton in Winnipeg
trict is extended to the home in Brazil. Gui spent on Sunday, January 28th.
family of Charlie King- the past five months with Olive and late husband
don who passed away on the Firby’s and Emerson Bob were former residents
Thursday, January 25th at was with the Reg Clarke’s. of the Basswood district
the Minnedosa Personal While the boys were here where they farmed.

Golden Agers 55+ Cadurcis
Photo by Hillary Miller Bowling Results News
Continued from Page 1 are able to help the com- funds were available,” he
munity in such a generous said. The group still hopes SUBMiTTed
By doreen TroTT
Minnedosa Kinsmen way. The new clinic is cer- to raise another $150,000
Housing currently owns a
number of housing units
within the community,
tainly a project worthwhile
of such support.
Gord Lane, Chairman
for total and final comple-
tion of the project as origi-
nally proposed.
B owlers of the week are Vivian Os-
wald +103 and Doug Pettigrew +92.
Other good games were Bud Amy
O ur sympathy is extended to the rela-
tives of the late Charlie Kingdon.
Malcolm and Shirley Rose visited last
such as Kinsmen Court of the Primary Care Cen- Progress on the new 176, Gladys Murray 182, Marjorie
week with Garnet and Marj Rose of Ar-
and Kin House. These fa- tre’s Fundraising Com- clinic is moving along at McNabb 137, Wayne Brown 202, Rose-
den.
cilities provide comfort- mittee, said the Kinsman a good, steady pace. With mary Hamilton 224, 210, Donna Mac-
A number form the area gathered at
able rental housing for se- donation brings them up roof rafters and walls now Donald 120, Vivian Cullen 241, Debbie
Pioneer elevator to share cake and coffee
niors at an affordable cost. over the two million dollar in place, residents can now Tarn 207, 251, Alan Tarn 192, 193, Fred
and to wish a retiring Owen Bryce a good
It is through these rental mark. “Now we can look see a glimpse of what the Stonehouse 140, 147, Paul Chapski 144,
future.
fees, and the sale of the at adding some of the fea- new health facility is going Robert Hendry 238, Doug Pettigrew 229,
Sympathy also to the Cardy families
recent property, that they tures that we had left until to look like. 205, Vivian Oswald 246 and Jim King
on the recent passing of brother in-law
221.
and uncle Daniel Sherwood of Kamloops.

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$6,000 For Sandy Lake Life Lease Project
courtesy of Auxiliary,” said Yanchycki. able, it does cost money.
crossroaDs “This donation, togeth- “To that end we are hoping
This week er with over $800 raised other local groups and in-
at the Sandy Lake Hotel dividuals will step up with

T im Maluk, President
of the Royal Canadian
Legion Branch #184, and
meat draw, will enable us
to continue development
efforts, which include to
donations to help us prog-
ress to the actual financ-
ing/construction phase,
Diane Bachewich of the date: incorporating as a where things get really ex-
Branch #184 Ladies Aux- non-profit; completing citing,” said Yanchycki.
iliary, recently presented the land surveys; obtain- This provides an im-
cheques totalling $6,000 to ing conditional approval portant housing alterna-
Dennis Yanchycki, Chair from the Municipality of tive for our senior resi-
of the Sandy Lake Light- Harrison-Park for the de- dents who no longer want
house Life Lease Volunteer velopment; and complet- the burden of home main-
Board. This money will be ing architectural drawings tenance,” said Bachewich.
used to help fund develop- for the four-plex building.” “That’s why we strong-
ment efforts for the condo There is still more ly believe we needed to
development initiative work to do to satisfy the step up and do our part to
currently underway. development approval help make this project a re-
“We are very grateful conditions and while all ality,” added Maluk.
to the Legion and Ladies the conditions are achiev-

Photo submitted

Sandy Lake News Tim Maluk (L) and Diane Bachewich (R) of Legion Branch #184
present $6,000 to Dennis Yanchycki (C), Chair of the Sandy Lake
Lighthouse Life Lease project.
By Diane Bachewich of months here. grandson to hug and spoil,
John and Sherrie Anto- born to daughter Cailin

I t’s nice to see Bill Hous-
ton home from his re-
nation along with daughter
Ashley Cunningham have
and husband Brad.
Rose Rogasky has re-

Minnedosa’s 2018
cent stay at the Winnipeg just returned home from a turned home from spend-
Health Science Centre. holiday to Nashville. ing a few days in Winnipeg
The lucky winner of Sophie Roginski of Er- with family.
the Legion Men’s monthly ickson has moved recently Peter Koltusky has
50/50 draw was Nestor
Drul.
Robert Mandzuk has
to the Sandy Lake Personal
Care Home.
Carl and Lisa Koversky
been transferred from the
Minnedosa Hospital to the
Sandy Lake Personal Care
Beachcomber
returned to his home in are receiving congratula- Home.
St. Catherines, ON after tions on becoming grand-
spending the past couple parents for the first time. A

Minnedosa Rec Report
By erin houck bers. We hope you enjoyed events and activities com-
rec Director it and developed a new ing your way, including a
love for the sport.  Recre- second annual Skate the

H ello Minnedosa, I
hope everyone’s New
ation hockey and toddler
skate have begun for the
Lake Chilli Cook-off, tod-
dler music classes, a baby-
O SbAer
Year is going well thus far! new year. It’s sure excit- sitters course, art/paint
N E D o m
Our First Shift is now
wrapped up, so big thanks
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there!
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Kids Help Phone Introducing Crisis Support Via Text
SUBMITTED ing from the service trial, ship role in responding to 2013.  The demand was making this service avail- a free, easy to remember
rolled out to other prov- this shift. swift with 75 percent of able for young people in short-code. Youth will

K ids Help Phone –
the only nationwide
counselling and support
inces and territories later
in the year.
Kids Help Phone re-
“We are very excited to
enter into this service part-
nership with Crisis Text
Crisis Text Line’s volume
coming from young people
under the age of 25, prov-
need,” says Charles Brown,
President, The Source and
Kids Help Phone Board
reach the service using any
text/SMS-enabled device
and will not require a data
service of its kind for youth search has uncovered that Line which will provide ing that such a platform Chair. “Their commitment plan or internet connec-
in Canada – has formed a 42 percent of young people youth with greater access was indeed relevant and to improving the mental tion, which is especially
service partnership with would rather write than to support in a way that needed by people in crisis. health and well-being of important for youth in re-
U.S. based helpline and speak about their problem responds to their need for In four months, Crisis Text youth of all ages and in all mote or isolated commu-
technology pioneer, Crisis and 71 percent said they an immediate, non-verbal Line received messages parts of Canada is to be nities where such services
Text Line, to provide young would welcome a texting form of communication,” from every U.S. area code. commended.” are limited.
people in Canada with the option. With more and says Katherine Hay, Kids Since then it has processed Youth support will be The texts will be di-
first ever, 24/7, free nation- more youth changing their Help Phone’s President over 58 million crisis mes- provided by remote vol- rected to Crisis Text Line’s
wide texting service. This preferred method of com- and CEO. “We are commit- sages. unteer Crisis Responders online platform in Canada
new service – Crisis Text munication and in keeping ted to ensuring young peo- A small group of lead- who will answer texts from where Kids Help Phone’s
Line powered by Kids Help with its vision to provide ple from coast-to-coast are ership donors to Kids Help young people reaching out volunteer Crisis Respond-
Phone – will be tested in service in the way young able to get the help they Phone is underwriting the for help. Crisis Responders ers will be able to read and
Manitoba in February 2018 people want it, Kids Help need, when they need it majority of the costs to must be the age of major- respond to the messages.
and then, using learn- Phone is taking a leader- most and in a manner that develop the new service ity in their resident prov- Kids Help Phone profes-
suits them best.” through implementation ince or older, complete sional supervisors will be
“Kids Help Phone’s of a five-month trial in and pass a rigorous online available to provide in-
track record as a leader in Manitoba including: Bell 36-hour training program, the-moment coaching to
18021BB1 the mental health space Let’s Talk, BMO Financial clear strict security screen- the volunteers and to take
18021BB2 is a prime example of the Group, Boston Pizza Foun- ing, and commit to volun- over an escalated situation
partnerships we would dation Future Prospects, teering a minimum of four should an active rescue be
like to establish globally,” Great-West Life, RBC hours a week for at least required. All conversations
says Nancy Lublin, CEO Foundation, The Co-oper- one year.  between the texter and re-
and Founder of Crisis Text ators Group Limited, Shail “In preparation for the sponder are confidential.
Line. “Together we are Silver and an anonymous pilot in Manitoba and the
bringing crisis support to donor. later national rollout, we Why Introduce a Texting
Canadian pockets.” “There is a critical encourage all those who Support Service?
Crisis Text Line in- need for an on-demand wish to connect directly to
troduced a soft launch of crisis support texting ser- the cause of youth mental Technology is rapidly
their crisis texting service vice and we are grateful to health and well-being to changing the way young
through word-of-mouth the vision and leadership consider volunteering as people communicate. Tex-
in two U.S. cities in August of our founding donors in a Crisis Responder,” says ting is becoming increas-
Hay. “The Crisis Respond- ingly popular. Kids Help
er will play a critical role Phone’s service data has
in taking young people revealed that young peo-

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through a five-stage struc- ple who reach out using
tured conversation de- its non-verbal platforms

Lions Club signed to bring each texter
from a ‘hot’ moment to a
such as Live Chat are more
likely to bring up serious,
cool calm.” high-risk mental health
CONGRATULATIONS concerns than those who
How Will the Texting seek counselling through
Keith & Susan Hyde $500 Service Work? its phone line service. The
free, 24/7 volunteer-based
Lorri Surovy & Rita Curle $300 Kids Help Phone is texting service will provide
partnering with Crisis Text youth everywhere across
Line and using their es- Canada greater access to
John Burgess $200 tablished technology plat- confidential crisis resolu-
form and service model tion thus reducing barriers
WINNERS OF THE January 2018 in Canada. The service, for young people living in
LIONS 200 CLUB DRAW
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when launched, will be ac-
cessible by youth through
rural, remote, and under-
served communities. 

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CAREERS HELP WANTED

Lending and Insurance
Manitoba Agricultural Services Corporation building a strong rural Manitoba

Heritage Co-op is presently inviting applications for Heritage Co-op
is presently inviting applications for
The Manitoba Agricultural Services Corporation (MASC) offers programs
and services that support sustainability and growth for Manitoba’s agricultural
FULL OR PART TIME BAKERY/DELI CLERKS
For our Bakery/Deli located in Minnedosa, MB

SEASONAL AGRO YARD STAFF
and rural economy.

ADJUSTORS Duties to include, but not limited to; customer service, processing customer
transactions, product preparation, packaging, stocking, merchandising and general
For our Agro Department located in Minnedosa, MB
Competition #2018-01 housekeeping/sanitation duties.
Length of employment may vary from 2-6 months

Qualifications: Duties to include, but not limited to, loading/unloading dry and liquid fertilizer and
OFFICE LOCATIONS:  Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills seed, general yard maintenance and assisting in other areas of the Agro as
Altona, Beausejour, Birtle, Carman, Dauphin, Deloraine, Fisher  Highly motivated needed.
Branch, Glenboro, Grandview, Hamiota, Neepawa, Portage la  Strong organizational skills
Prairie, St. Pierre-Jolys, Headingley, Souris, Somerset, Swan River  Must be available to work a variety of shifts including days, evenings and
Applicants must possess the following:
and Virden. weekends
 Excellent customer service skills
 Highly motivated
We offer great advancement opportunities within our organization and the Co-
TYPICAL DUTIES:  Previous agriculture experience an asset
operative Retailing System, competitive compensation and benefits, company
Working directly with agricultural producers and associated  Valid Class 5 driver’s license
matched pension plan and a diverse and supportive working environment.
industries, Adjustors are responsible for assessing crop loss for the To become a member of our team, please submit your cover letter and resume to:
AgriInsurance, wildlife and hail programs as well as inspections for Our core values are Integrity, Excellence and Responsibility
additional programs such as cash advances, all in accordance with If you are interested in joining our team, please send your cover letter and
a.haywood@heritagecoop.ca
established policies and procedures. This position requires a high resume to:
Mail to: Box 1050, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
degree of thoroughness and accuracy in completing detailed Attention: Annette Haywood, Human Resources Manager
a.haywood@heritagecoop.ca
claim or inspection forms and measuring grain bins and fields.
This work requires the ability to climb bins, walk on rough terrain Or apply in person at our Minnedosa Agro located at 100 Heritage Way in Minnedosa,
Attn: Annette Haywood
MB
and work in various weather conditions.
Or apply in person at our Minnedosa Marketplace
QUALIFICATIONS:
www.heritagecoop.ca
• Qualified candidates will have a high school education www.heritagecoop.ca
or equivalent, proficiency in working with numbers and WE THANK ALL CANDIDATES FOR THEIR INTEREST, HOWEVER,
ONLY THOSE SELECTED TO CONTINUE IN THE SELECTION PROCESS WILL BE CONTACTED.
WE THANK ALL CANDIDATES FOR THEIR INTEREST, HOWEVER,
ONLY THOSE SELECTED TO CONTINUE IN THE SELECTION PROCESS WILL BE CONTACTED.
computers, and a general knowledge of agriculture practices
in Manitoba
• Demonstrated ability to perform work requiring attention to
detail and excellent interpersonal and communication skills
are essential
• A valid driver’s license and vehicle, a willingness and ability
CARD OF THANKS
to travel throughout the Province, and being physically capable
of performing the assigned duties in a safe manner Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District
are also required I want to express my sin-
• Post-secondary education in agriculture and a farm Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District is dedicated to the adoption of sustainable
cere thanks to all who helped
background is desirable practices that enhance quality of life and build sustainable communities through integrated land and me during my recent illness.
MASC provides employee training. Work is assigned on a casual
water management. Our employees enjoy opportunities to learn and implement new skills. Thank you to the paramedics,
basis throughout the year with the main workload from spring until Dr. Khandelwal, Dr. Gupta,
SENIOR TECHNICIAN, OAK RIVER, MANITOBA
late fall. Workloads vary depending on the number of claims and Dr. Sonoika, nurses and staff
inspection requests MASC receives. (Permanent, full-time) at the hospital for the excel-
The Senior Technician is responsible for the implementation, management, and supervision of land and lent care I received. Special
APPLY:
Interested candidates should submit their résumé and cover letter
water stewardship programming for landowners, residents, and municipalities. thanks to Fern and Janice
for your help and to family
indicating location preference(s) by mail, fax or e-mail no later Key responsibilities include:
than Friday, February 23, 2018 to: and friends for all your con-
• Planning and delivery of programs and projects such as shelterbelt planting, well water testing, cerns, gifts of food, flowers
Human Resources
Manitoba Agricultural Services Corporation abandoned well sealing, and construction and phone calls. My grate-
Unit 100 - 1525 First Street S. • Engaging with the public ful thanks to Barb for being
Brandon, MB R7A 7A1 with me and all her TLC. How
• Working in the field to implement projects lucky and blessed I feel to call
Fax: (204) 726-6177
E-mail: hr@masc.mb.ca • Collecting geospatial data and producing maps and deliverables our community home. Doris
Website: www.masc.mb.ca • Supervising staff McNabb. X
We believe diversity strengthens our ability to provide excellent
customer service in a positive work environment. We encourage all to
Successful candidates will possess: I would like to thank Dr.
apply. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted. • Verbal and written communication skills Nicks and staff at Brandon
www.masc.mb.ca • Awareness of conservation and farming practices Emergency for their thor-
• Post-secondary education in a natural resources field oughness on New Years Day
and Dr. Donaleshen for op-
18021CC5
• A valid Class 5 Manitoba Driver’s License erating that night. Thank you
• Proficiency in GPS, ArcMap, RTK, and Microsoft Office to Dr. Dhalla for my second
• Experience in the use and maintenance of program equipment surgery on Saturday and to
nurses and staff for the ex-
HOW TO APPLY cellent care I received on
For more information and a full job description visit www.littlesaskatchewanrivercd.ca Please the third floor surgical suite.
foward a cover letter and resume outlining how they meet the specific requirements of the position, Thanks to Dr. DeCosse, Dr.
salary expectation, and three references by February 16, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. to Kassier and Dr. Minders for
their consultation and to the
Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District nurses for the wonderful care
Box 209, Oak River, MB R0K 1T0 while I was in the acute care
unit. Thanks to my kids for
Email: lsrcd.admin@mts.net
all the trips from Winnipeg to
Please indicate on the envelope or email subject line “Senior Technician Position”. visit me and to my wife for all
EMPLOYMENT THINKING the hours she spent with me.
The Little Saskatchewan River CD would like to thank all applicants for their interest;
OPPORTUNITY OF YOU Thank you to everyone for the
however, only those chosen for an interview will be contacted. calls and inquiries during my
MEDICAL TRANSCRIP- Bruce Taylor is in hos- 18 days in the hospital. Your
(47-2)
TION! In-demand career! Em- pital in Vernon, BC. Our kindness and concern are
ployers have work-at-home thoughts and prayers are with much appreciated. Delmar
positions available. Get online his wife Carol, sons Mike and Hrysak. x
training you need from an em- Jamie, brother Bob and Elea-
ployer-trusted program. Visit: nor and their family, Wes and
CareerStep.ca/MT or 1-855- Jeff. From your many friends
768-3362 to start training for in Minnedosa. x
your work-at-home career to-
day!
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, February 2, 2018 13

HELP WANTED IN MEMORIAM
In Loving Memory of
Clear Lake Country –
The Home of Winter
CAROL MCMANUS
1945-2017

God called your
name so softly, SUBMITTED and snowshoe rentals, to make this year’s event the
Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District
that only you could hear, a toboggan party! Friends best one yet. A few new
Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District is dedicated to the
adoption of sustainable practices that enhance quality of life and build
sustainable communities through integrated land and water management.
And no one heard
the footsteps,
of angels drawing near.
W inter is what makes
Manitoba
and getting outside to
special
will be cooking up smok-
ies and hot dogs as well as
chili and a bun.
elements have been added
this year including an Ig-
loo Beer Garden as well as
Our employees enjoy opportunities to learn and implement new skills.
It broke our hearts enjoy winter activities is Parks Canada is offer- a Pop-up Shop with Prairie
The District is seeking a WATERSHED TECHNICIAN ASSISTANT for the to lose you,
2018 summer months (May to August). the best cure for cabin fe- ing guided programs with Supply Co., ‘Chase the Ace’,
But you did not go alone, ver. That’s the message a Park Interpreter, such live music with the Chris
Under the direction of the Technician, the Watershed Technician Assistant For part of us went with you,
gains experience in the delivery of land and water stewardship programs
that Friends of Riding as snowshoeing to a bear Ghodini Band and ‘Toasty
The day God called
for landowners, residents and municipalities. you home Mountain National Park den and ice fishing dem- and Tipsy – Igloo Edition’ –
Amen. in partnership with Riding onstrations. New this year an epic winter party featur-
Responsibilities include;
• Delivery of programs such as shelterbelt planting, well water testing Mountain National Park for the Winter Adventure ing live music by ‘The204’.
and abandoned well sealing Always in our hearts and Clear Lake Country Weekend are Art Deco Winter Adventure Week-
• Engaging with the public Love always is sharing during Winter inspired ‘Snowplaces’ by end also coincides with
• Collecting GPS data and creating maps using GIS Gordon, Chris and Ewan, Adventure Weekend being artist James Culleton. He the annual Onanole Men’s
Successful applicants are required to:
Cheryl and Kevin, held from February 9th to will be creating snow ‘liv- Hockey Tournament at
• possess oral and written communication skills Nicole and Jamie 11th, at Clear Lake. Winter ing rooms’ throughout the Onanole Rec Centre.
• possess awareness of conservation and farming practices and your four
Adventure Weekend saw the townsite. Be sure to Throughout the day there
• possess a valid Class 5 Manitoba Driver’s License grandchildren.
x record attendance last year take a selfie in one of the will be a lot of great hockey
• be a youth aged 15 and 29 years, living in Manitoba
• be attending school and returning to school in the next year making the buzz in the ‘Snowplaces’ and use the and even some not-so-

A GOT
• be a Canadian citizen or legally entitled to work in Canada town site feel more like a #RidingNP. Curious about great-but-hilarious-none-
July day! fat biking? Sign up for a fat theless hockey, a family
For more information and a full job description visit www.
In 2006, Friends of bike clinic and guided ride friendly pizza parlour and

D YOUR
littlesaskatchewanrivercd.ca.
Please forward a resume and cover letter by Riding Mountain National with Adrian Alphonso. For a beer garden. The annual
February 16th, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. to Park partnered with the the adventurous at heart, Cabin Fever Reliever So-
Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District
Box 209, Oak River, Manitoba R0K 1T0
or email to lsrcd.admin@mts.net.
V ATTENTION? Elkhorn Resort Spa and
Conference Centre to cre-
bring your dog to the park
and register for free kick-
cial will round out the day.
The playbill will feature lo-

E Book this
Please mark all applications as “Summer Position”.
ate a winter fund-raising sledding and skijoring cal party band Better Than,
event weekend for the workshops with Snow Mo- so the dance floor will be
We thank all who apply however only those chosen
Friends organization and tion. Visitors will be able to packed as usual.

R space for
for interviews will be contacted.
to promote winter at Rid- reserve overnight stays in “Winter isn’t some-
(46-2) ing Mountain National the park’s oTENTiks and thing we just have to suf-

IN MEMORIAM
T your next ad Park. Originally called ‘Elk
Fest’, the festival has grown
will be able to enjoy cross-
country skiing on groomed
fer through. Fresh air and
physical activity are the se-

I Call
over the years and has trails, fat biking, go for a cret to enjoying the season.
changed its name a couple skate on our ever-popular Winter Adventure Week-
of times, it is now known as skating surface and path end gives visitors and lo-

S 204-867-3816
EUNICE M. ERICKSON In Loving Memory of
November 8th, 1925 – a dear Dad, Grandpa ‘Winter Adventure Week- behind the Visitor Centre cals alike the chance to try
February 6th, 2015 and Great Grandpa end’. as well as skating on Clear out a lot of new activities to

E information!
JIM SPRAGGS “Winter Adventure Lake just off the main see which they like best,”
Her memory is our keepsake, who left us on for more Weekend has become a beach, snowshoeing, ice mentioned Scot Shellborn,
from which we’ll never part. February 4th, 2016 winter tradition in Riding fishing and traction kiting. President of the Onanole
God has her in his keeping,
we have her in our hearts. It’s not the tears
shed at the time.
! Mountain National Park.
It has grown over the years
“Parks Canada wel-
comes visitors to come out
and District Recreation
Centre.
Sadly missed That tells of the hearts into a signature event, with and enjoy Winter Adven- Take the opportunity
but never forgotten
always loved
that are broken.
It’s the lonesome tears
BUILD UP the core objectives re-
maining the same, which
ture Weekend. What better
way for families to experi-
to participate in Shinny
games on Clear Lake! No
Karen, Lois and families.
x
in the after years,
When a loved ones name
YOUR is to promote the Friends
organization and highlight
ence winter in Manitoba
than with a visit to Riding
hockey experience is re-
quired, just basic equip-

In Loving Memory of
is spoken.
To the world you
CLIENTELE Riding Mountain Nation-
al Park as a four- season
Mountain National Park
where they can discover
ment and the desire to
have fun. During the day,
my husband may be forgotten, destination,” said George nature in new and fun there will be ice fishing,
JIM SPRAGGS To other just
Hartlen, CAO for Friends ways,” stated Paul Tarleton, snow-carving and skijor-
February 5th, 1925 – a part of the past,
February 4th, 2016 But to us that loved of Riding Mountain Na- A/Superintendent, Riding ing demonstrations. The
and lost you, tional Park Mountain National Park. ever-popular Beaver Tails
When thoughts go back The memories The hub of family win- Whatever your inter- food truck will be setup
as they often do, will always last. ter activities, games and est, young or old, new to for the weekend offering a
I treasure the memories Memories we treasure demonstrations will take winter or a seasoned win- variety of sweet treats!
I have of you. no one can steal place at Friends of Rid- ter veteran, there are a lot Entry for youth ages 17
This day is remembered Death leaves a heart ing Mountain National of activities to choose from and under is free to Riding
and quietly kept, no one can heal. Park. Everything from this year! Local businesses Mountain National Park.
No words are needed Life goes on
maple syrup rolling, winter and not-for-profit organ-
I shall never forget. we know it’s true.
games, fat bike, snow tube izations are pitching in to
Always remembered and
But it will never be the same
since we lost you.
Advertise in
Tribune
THE OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER IN THE CANADIAN WEST

never forgotten. The Minnedosa
Love Jean. Sadly missed and
x lovingly remembered. Since 1883

Bev, Deryl, Candace, Kim and
families. 204-867-3816
x
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BDO Canada, LLP Phone/Text 867-5444 Refridgeration
Chartered Accountants www.suttonharrison.com Air Conditioning,
Heating & Electrical
and Advisors
George Allard, FCGA*
Gateway Street Farm, Business & Individual GRAIN 30 Years
Onanole, MB
204-848-7413
Open Professional Services: HAULING Ex perience!! Glen Burgess
Electrician
8:30 -6:00 ~ Tax
Howard Wirch, C.G.A* ~ Accounting
Bus : 867-3950
9-515 4th Ave.
Shoal Lake, MB
116 Main Street
110A ~ Farm Programs Brian Horner Fa x: 867-2340
204-868-5211
204-759-2680 Minnedosa Sarah Campbell, CGA Grain & Fertilizer
39 Main Street South Hauling
Dauphin Office -
15 1st Ave. S.W.
204 867-5550 Minnedosa 867-2957
Phone: 204-638-3005
Fax: 204-638-5817
*Denotes Professional Corporation

Call Gregg Jon Kowal
204-867-7182 867-7153 867-0145
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, February 2, 2018 15

FINANCE EAVESTROUGH PLUMBING SEPTIC SERVICES

Minnedosa WAHOSKI G ORD K E L LY Lakeside
Credit Union 5” AND 6” continuous MECHANICAL LTD. Plumbing & Heating Septic Service
PLUMBING Gas Fitting • Lawn Mowing & Trimming
eavestrough
ph: 867-2084 Potable water • Dandelion Spraying -
Main line
Siding Roofing
HEATING cell: 867-0346 delivery. Licensed Pesticide Applicator
Soffit Fascia
204-867-6350 Book your portable • Fertilizer Application
Closed cell Polyurethane Spray foam GAS FITTING
Brad Ross toilets. • Licensed Arborist Service
204-867-6366
Blow in Attic & Wall Fibre Insulation
Fire Retardent Coating
AIR CONDITIONING SELF-HELP Erle Jury & Family • Hedge Trimming
Carol Taylor
204-867-6368 204-867-3738 204-867-3121 867-2416
• Yard Clean Up
or
Terry McLenehan
Email: mcreal@live.ca A.D.A.M. Cell: 867-7558
Cory Johnston ▪ Minnedosa
204-867-6363 204-476-5185 Anxiety Disorders (204)Ê 476-4705Ê
Susan Glasgow
www.johnstonyardcare.comÊ
Association
RAINKE'S
204-867-6353
TRADING RAINKIES
HILLSIDE
Debbie Strelczik
204-867-6360 of Manitoba
Dan Quesnel Support Group Sewage Service Prairie Mountain HVAC/R
204-867-6359 Plumbing & Heating Heating
Donna Dowsett FRONTIER Meetings are held at JIM BEAUMONT Ventilation/Air quality
204-867-6361
Candice Brown TRADING STORE Ty Burton Neepawa Library 3rd Tuesday of
the month 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
476-2483 Air Conditioning
Owner/Operator Refrigeration
204-867-6362 204-868-5358 For more info call:
Cell: 476-6591 Kitchen Equipment
Alayna McTavish 867-5551 Debbie Fisch Commercial Gas Fitter
204-867-6354 (204) 725-8550 Dennis: 476-2766 Commercial & Residential
Kim Robinson Gently Used Furniture
service specialist
204-867-6352
Joanne Clarke
Clothing & Misc. Items
ALCOHOLICS 23 Hour Service Kent Brown
204-867-6364 Donations
Gaylene Johnson Estate Sales Plumbing & Heating ANONYMOUS 1-204-867-7346
204-867-6357 Pick-up & Deliveries • Construction •
If you like to drink and can
Summit Septic
Fax
204-867-6391
MAIN OFFICE
That's your business
If you want to stop and can't ServiceS LEONA’S
204-867-5458 That's our business. Minnedosa and surrounding areas Studio Of Image
LEGAL copperwoodenterprise@gmail.com
PLUMBING & HEATING P.O. Box 36 Frank r. Ford and Family Hair Care
Russ Huyghe or 867-3966 penny Ford •Eminence Facials
FERTILIZER Alexander 204-868-6376 Alanon - 210-0433
Alateen - 867-5121 Owner/Operator & Product
• Pedicures & LCN Nails
CONSTRUCTION
Jackson Cody Huyghe
867-3401 Minnedosa
Mtg. Times: 8:00 pm Tuesdays
204-210-0158 • Spray Tanning
Custom Law Office 204-210-0502 Cells • Piercing
Fertilizer B-116 MainSt.St
110B Main S. S
OFFICE MANAGER
Matt Saler Drug Problem? 204-868-0851 or 204-868-0863
email: pennyjoford@gmail.com
• Eyelash Extensions

Floating Minnedosa, MB 204-868-6886 Narcotics 204-867-2287
67 Main St.
Call today to book your
867-3981 Anonymous can help
spring floating needs!
http://www.ajaxlaw.ca PAINTING Meetings every SERVICES TAC
Darvin - 204-868-5869
Tuesday & Ventures Inc.
Robert - 204-867-7113
Burgess Law BURTON PAINTING Saturday at 7 p.m. St. Alphonsus Waste
Office at Calvary Temple, Catholic Church Management &
51 Main Street S
Myrna Alexander
Myrna Charles
Cell: 868-5503
Cell: 868-5503
221 Hamilton Street, 142
142 4th
4th St,
Minnedosa,MB
NW.
St, NW.
MB 867-3831
Contracting
Neepawa, MB Minnedosa, 867-3831
(204)476-0002
Minnedosa Mass Sunday 9:00 a.m. Garbage Removal
867-2935 Bin Rentals
Construction Demolition
(48-4)
burglaw@mts.net MLA Renovating
Household clean up
SERVICES SIMS & COMPA N Y
Estate clean ups

L a w O ffi c e Transformative
People Helping People Electrolysis
We now offer Norman H. Sims, Q.C.
- Committed to Caring - Permanant Hair Removal
CARPET CLEANING 7 6 Ma i n S t r e e t S o u t h
Phone (204) 857-6100
142 Main Street North
204.759.3313
MINNEDOSA • 867-2717
Minnedosa, MB
Call us today for your carpet Fax (204) 857-8389 204-596-5111
& upholstery cleaning needs. Toll Free 844.877.7767 cpcancerservices@shaw.ca
INSURANCE gregnesbittmla@mymts.net
www.centralplainscancer

#7 � 515 4th Avenue
services.com
Lake Audy Meats
MINNEDOSA Farm Raised Animals
Burlington Place, Shoal Lake, MB
THE

LEAN
MACHINE
INSURANCE SERVICES Lorne or Ian Arnold
MOBILE HEAT WASH Drivers Licenses, Autopac
AND DETAILING
General Insurance 204-848-2205
Cheri McTavish – Broker
Book this spot Waterpals Walk-ins Cells: 204-867-7380
867-3946 Potable Water Delivery 75 Main Street South or 204-848-0660
● 204-848-0097
204-848-0097
204-848-0400
$5.52/week Minnedosa and area 1-204-724-7465 Josh McKay - Sales Rep
No Job is too small!!! Haircuts, Hot Shaves,
● 204-848-0400 Call 204-867 3816 Beard Trims & Hair Tattoos 204-210-0740
www.clearlakeclean.com 204-868-5674 (8-4) ianarnold10@hotmail.com
info@clearlakeclean.com
16 Friday, February 2, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Newdale News
By Raven’s Glen WI tivities, scholarships and coming years. We encour- enjoy as it can be picked son Shewfelt, formerly of Davies got home from
travel possibilities that are age all parents to consider up anytime later in life. As Basswood, get well wishes Winnipeg Hospital and

N ewdale Raven’s Glen
WI held their January
meeting on the 23rd at the
available to all 4-H mem-
bers. Their Club has de-
clined in membership this
this an excellent organiza-
tion for instilling life-long
skills in their kids and so
long as they learn the ba-
sics it can become a won-
derful long-term sport.
as he also was taken to
hospital last week. Your
relatives and friends in
is regaining her strength
in Minnedosa Hospital.
Hope you soon get back
Drop-In Centre. All mem- year and they have eight encourage them to join. Come out and watch them town hope you are soon on home Hilda.
bers were present and we members, having had Shannon Dalke, Bob curl Fridays’, they’d love an the mend again. We seem to be back
welcomed three guests. four members graduate Young, Robert Lamb and audience to witness their Only one birthday was to winter again as -30 ar-
We completed our busi- last year and several other Glen Lamb participated “skills”! celebrated in January and rived last weekend but by
ness meeting with ideas to families move out of the in the Shoal Lake Mens’ Shirley Pederson we wish belated birthday the time you read this it’s
present at the SWA Region- area. Now that Strathclair Bonspiel last week. They spent five days in Bran- greetings to Marguerite supposed to be back to -3.
al meeting to be held in 4-H club has disbanded we curled on Sunday and don with her sister Bernice Wareham and hoping you Only in Manitoba you say!
Hamiota on January 31st. hope our Club can remain made the prizes, so con- Atkinson last week while have many more. Margue- At least the snowmobilers
The speaker for our Janu- active so children from gratulations to them. Bernice’s husband Art is rite still loves to play cards will be happy for a short
ary meeting was Cindy both communities can Junior curling is in full in Brandon Hospital. Your at the Drop-In weekly and while with a little snow fi-
Dalke who is Head Leader join this great organiza- swing on Friday afternoons friends from Newdale all always brings her “lucky” nally on the fields. Many
of Newdale 4-H Club. She tion. Their motto “learn to after school. This is such a wish you well in the com- charm with her! Poker Derby’s have been
gave us a very detailed re- do by doing” stands them good sport for kids to be- ing days Art. We were all pleased to cancelled due to lack of
port of all the projects, ac- in good stead all their up- come familiar with and We’d like to wish Nel- hear that our friend Hilda snow all around this area.

*We accept Visa, Master Card & debit card purchases
Sale Dates: *We sell lottery tickets
*We deliver within town limits Monday - Friday at 4:00 p.m
($2 charge - $10 minimum order)
FEBRUARY 2ND - FEBRUARY 8TH * Try one of our delicious BBQ chickens!
* We sell fruit, veggie & meat trays and fruit baskets
*Senior’s Discount every Friday (65 & up) (STARTS FRIDAY 9:00 A.M. - ENDS THURSDAY 9:00 P.M.) (24 hours notice is appreciated)
*We sell R.O. water

GROCERY
Campbell chili asstd ................................................................425g ..........2/$4.00
FROZEN FOODS
FM brownies two bite ..............................................................300g ............. $3.99
Campbell Chunky soup asstd ................ 540ml .. 2/$4.00 FM buttertarts pecan/raisin ................................................. 6x85g ............. $4.49
FM Nanaimo square bars........................................................450g ............. $4.99
Heinz ketchup squeeze/upside down .......................... 750ml-1lt ............. $3.49
Christie crackers/triscuit/Ritz asstd ...........175-200g ...... $2.39 Delissio pizza asstd ..........................520-888g ...... $5.99
Tostitos asstd .................................................................... 210-295g ............. $2.99 McCain cake, pies asstd .................................................. 415-510g ............. $4.49
Lays chips asstd .......................................................................255g ..........3/$8.00 McCain Superfries asstd ................................................. 454-650g ............. $2.99
Stagg chili asstd........................................................................425g ..........2/$5.00 Lean Cusine, Stouffers dinners asstd ............................. 212-268g ............. $2.98
Stoffers asstd .................................................................... 201-286g ............. $2.98
Bicks pickles dill with garlic/no garlic ................ 1lt ...... $2.99

MEATS
Bicks sauerkraut wine ................................................................ 1lt ............. $2.99
Nestle pure life ................................................................ 12x500ml ............. $1.99
Nestle black cherry ..................................................................... 1lt ............. $1.00
Gatorade asstd ...................................................................... 710ml ..........2/$3.00
Dare Breton, Vinta asstd ................................................. 200-255g ............. $1.99
Planters dry roasted peanuts/salted cashews ............... 225-600g ............. $4.49 NN™ crispy Southern chicken .................................................1kg ........... $13.99
Ocean Spray cranberry cocktails asstd ................................ 1.89lt ............. $3.79 NN™ coil garlic sausage .........................................................750g ............. $5.99
Motts Clamato asstd .............................................................. 1.89lt ............. $3.79 PC™ T&J beef burger ...........................................................1.36kg ........... $14.99
PC™ salad dressing asstd .................................................... 475ml ............. $1.99 NN™ bacon .............................................................................500g ............. $5.99
Bounce outdoor fresh............................................................120ea ............. $6.99 NN™ chicken wing box asstd ..................908g .... $10.99
Dawn ultra dishwashing liquid asstd .................................. 532ml ............. $2.49 PC™ smokies - original cheddar .............................................1kg ............. $8.99
Ivory ultra classic .................................................................. 709ml ............. $2.79 Fresh chicken leg ...................................................................................... $2.49/lb
PC™ milk sweetened condensed ....................................... 300ml ..........2/$5.00
D Monte canned vegetables asstd................................341-398ml ..........4/$5.00 Prime Rib beef steak .......................................... $8.49/lb
PC™ poutine, Jalapeno bites..................................................436g ............. $5.99
Robin Hood all purpose flour................2.5kg ...... $4.48 ML top dogs asstd ....................................................................450g ............. $3.99

PRODUCE
GM Reese Puffs, Cheerios multi family size ..........................650g ............. $5.29
Tim Hortons original/dark roasted coffee .............................300g ............. $7.48
Tetley tea orange pekoe/green tea lemon ....................... 48/72ea ............. $4.98
NN™ cheese parmesan ..........................................................250g ............. $4.98
Old El Paso salsa asstd ......................................................... 650ml ............. $3.48
Old El Paso seasoning asstd......................................................24g ............. $0.98 PC™ mandarin .......................................... 3lb ...... $4.99
Old El Paso soft taco bake kit ..................................................312g ............. $3.48 Romaine hearts..........................................................................3pk ............. $2.99
Christie Teddy Graham honey/mini Oreo ............................180g ............. $2.49 Bartlett pears ............................................................................................. $1.49/lb
Kelloggs nutrigrain bars asstd ................................................295g ............. $2.79 Peppers - red, orange ............................................................................... $2.99/lb
McCorm Blossom cookies .........................................................................2/$3.00 Red Grapes ................................................................................................ $2.49/lb
NN™ cheese spread ................................................................500g ............. $4.98 PC™ mushrooms ....................................................................200g ............. $0.99
Oasis premium orange juice ................... 2.5lt ...... $4.99 Brocoli ............................................................................................................ $2.69
Cracker Barrel natural marble cheddar slices .......................240g ............. $4.99

LUCKY DOLLAR
ALL PRICES ARE PLUS GST, PST & OTHER LEVIES WHERE APPLICABLE *WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
PC™ shreds triple cheddar.....................................................340g ............. $5.49
Heluva good french onion dip ................................................250g ..........2/$5.00
Minute Maid/Five Alive fresh juice asstd ............................ 1.75lt ............. $2.99

BAKERY
Country Harvest bread asstd .......................................... 600-675g ............. $2.49
F O O
OPEN 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM, 7 DAYS A WEEK • 70 Main Street South, Minnedosa 867-2821
D S
Little Debbie treats asstd............................................... 300g-459g ............. $1.99 *PRICES AVAILABLE AT THE LUCKY DOLLAR IN MINNEDOSA ONLY

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