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135 Years

Volume 136 Issue 11 Friday, May 25, 2018 90 cents plus tax

INSIDE 30 Years For Dalrymple’s Greenhouse
this week

Recalls Fatal

2 Barb and Alan Dalrymple are celebrating 30 years of their successful greenhouse business.
Photo by Hillary Miller

• Mavericks
By HILLARY MILLER appreciation day. The the very back of the green- priorities for those with ments as well as a variety
Win Game 1 grand re-opening also in- house at certain times of a green thumb. It also of delicious treats includ-
• Farm Fire
Flares-up O ne of Minnedosa’s
popular seasonal
businesses is celebrating
cluded a special anniver-
sary celebration marking
three decades of business
day. “It went wonder-
ful,” said Barb Dalrymple,
“we were absolutely over-
helped that the following
day was Mother’s Day, and
what better gift for your
ing a 30th anniversary cake
Additionally, they held
a draw and will do a draw
• Townwide its 30th anniversary this success. whelmed with all of the mother than something for a $30 gift certificate
Cleanup year. A and B Dalrymple’s The greenhouse was support we received from colourful for her garden. each week throughout the
Country Farm Greenhous- full for most of the day, people.” To show appreciation 2018 season.
• Seeding es opened for the 2018 sea- with lineups reaching from The weather was to their customers, Barb
Report son on Saturday, May 12th the cash register at the perfect that day, making and her husband Alan, put Continued on
with its annual customer front of the greenhouse to gardening one of the top out free coffee and refresh- Page 9

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Community Daycare Planning A Building Expansion
By Hillary Miller programs during the sum- was one of the lucky ones,
mer in order to help work- finding childcare for her

D ue to an expanding
need for childcare
in the community, the
ing parents find childcare
when the children are not
in school. Because of this,
youngest only four days
before going back to work,
despite having been on a
Minnedosa Community and a consistent demand waiting list since she found
Child Care Cooperative for childcare spots in the out she was pregnant. For
(MCCCC) has commenced community, the upcoming many parents who are less
the planning of an expan- expansion is direly need- fortunate in finding child-
sion of the building that ed. care, this can be a stressful
they occupy west of the According to Teresa situation.
arena. Guillas, the director of the Guillas noted that at
It may come as a sur- Minnedosa Child Care fa- the daycare they believe
prise to many that the cility, the waiting list for that children learn through
MCCCC is much more parents who want to get play, so they like to follow
than just a daycare. The their children into the pro- the kids’ lead, and expand
current program has room grams is very long. Lindsay on the child’s interests.
for sixteen preschoolers Konsorada, a board mem- They provide learning ex-
and four infants, but they ber for the group, noted periences for the children,
also have a classroom in that her own personal ex- which allow the kids to
the elementary school, perience in trying to find learn music, math, science, Photo by Hillary Miller
two nursery school class- child care helped her see reading, and many other
es and they run a before that the demand is real. skills that will be beneficial
(l-r)Teresa Giullas, lindsay Konsorada and Dana yuen.
and after school program. When having her own chil- to them later. “There is a
They also offer school-age dren, Konsorada said she definite need for it,” Kon- nalizing plans with an ar- that 89% of families in playhouse, which will be
sorada said. chitect, and hope to have Minnedosa and area felt filled with prize donations

Funding For The expansion will the expansion completed that they did not have ac- from many of the local
include a room added on by next summer. cess to adequate childcare, businesses (many of the
to the side of the current The MCCCC was 52% required care for an prizes are for parents, not

Conservation Districts building. This will also formed in 2002 when a infant, 50% required care just children). These tick-
include an infant napping group of parents got to- for preschool children, and ets can be purchased from
and play area, so that they gether and decided that it 72% felt they had a hard any of the board members
are not trying to nap while was needed. Upon the re- time finding the childcare or any of the children who
SUBMITTED initiatives over the years to
other kids play around alization that the MCCCC services they needed in attend the daycare. The
improve the health of our
them. With the expansion, was needed, the group Minnedosa. draw for the Packed Play-
R iding Mountain MLA
Greg Nesbitt has an-
nounced that the Little
“This is an exciting
time as we work together
some new staff will be re-
quired, and with that will
purchased, moved and
renovated an old building,
Once the survey was
completed, the group ap-
house will be done over
the Fun Fest weekend.
come a new staff room, which is the current spot of plied for grants to help With the hype from the
Saskatchewan River and to modernize Manitoba’s
and extra storage space. the existing daycare facil- fund the expansion. The Winnipeg Jets, the group
Lake of the Prairies Con- Conservation District
This may also include an ity. Minnedosa and District has decided to also put up
servation Districts will Program,” said Minister
alternative playground They completed a Foundation gave the group a signed Winnipeg Jets jer-
each receive $200,000 in of Sustainable Develop-
outside. “We are out of survey in town last year, a grant, as did the provin- sey, so that the winner can
funding for the 2018-19 fis- ment Rochelle Squires.
room in here and in order which demonstrated an cial government. They are choose between the two
cal year. “Manitoba is committed to
to add any more spaces, we overwhelming need. The still awaiting the response prizes. The fundraising
“Our government un- working with conservation
need to do some expan- survey provided the group from other grant applica- effort will also see a bar-
derstands the importance districts, landowners, non-
sion,” said Konsorada. with some shocking in- tions. beque in July which will be
of continuing efforts to government organizations
Currently, they are fi- sights. It showed them The group is fundrais- done in conjunction with
improve the health and and federal and munici-
ing for the expansion as Westman Communica-
sustainability of our wa- pal governments to reduce
well. This includes their tions Group, and the food
tersheds,” said Nesbitt. flooding, mitigate drought,
“These two locally man-
aged conservation districts
improve water quality and
manage nutrients in our
ROYAL CANADIAN annual “packed play-
house”, which will consist
will be donated by Heri-
tage Co-op.
have undertaken many watersheds.” LEGION ATHLETIC of a beautiful homemade

Municipality of Harrison Park
Legion Branch #138 wishes to announce that the Royal
DUST CONTROL PROGRAM Canadian Legion Athletic Camps will again be held at the BUILDING PERMIT?
International Peace Gardens from July 15th to August 11th,
Dust Control is available on municipal roads 2018. Sporting activities that will take place in this time If you are installing a pool or hot tub,
period are volleyball, basketball, advanced track, track and
in front of residential property sites in the constructing a deck,
field, soccer, gymnastics, multi sport and judo. Each camp is
of a one week duration and is open to all youth. an accessory building over 100 sq. ft.,
making structural repairs,
Applications & details are available at the The cost for attending these camps is $545/week. which
Municipal Offices in both Onanole and is shared on a one-third basis by the participant, the local erecting a garage
Newdale. Legion branch and the Legion Ladies Auxiliary, making the or demolitions
family’s share only $182.00. then you probably do.
Please call 204-848-7614 or 204-849-2107, Posters relating to these camps will be posted in the
email, schools, post office and other local businesses. For more Contact
or contact us in person. information log onto the website or Tanner’s Crossing Planning District
phone 1-204-305-0991. This camp is world-class and is a 204-867-2364
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS wonderful growing experience for any youth. The food is
June 8, 2018 excellent too!
located on the second floor of the
(11-2) (10-2) Minnedosa Civic Centre. (10-2)
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, May 25, 2018 3

“That bend in the road changed my life”
Local RCMP Officer Recalls Fatal Collision
RCMP Media Release of the five other vehicles This year, 31 people traffic collisions in rural
involved in the collision. have died in collisions in Manitoba

O n February 14th, 2018,
just before 5:30 p.m.,
Cst. Adam Reid of the Min-
Help was on the way – more
police officers, Emergency
Medical Services and the
RCMP jurisdiction. Last
year at this time, there
were 12 fatalities and the
The leading contribu-
ting factors to traffic-re-
lated deaths in rural Ma-
nedosa RCMP was driving fire department. five-year average (2013- nitoba include: failing to
southbound on Highway “Three people died 2017) is 16 deaths. During use seatbelts, speed, and
#10 when he noticed that that night,” said Cst. Reid. May long weekend of 2017, impaired driving
road conditions were star- “When I got out of the car, two people died and seven On average, 35 people
ting to deteriorate and the first person I checked others were hospitalized are killed each year in rural
roads were becoming icy. on was deceased. It all due to serious injuries. All Manitoba as a result of im-
“As we rounded the se- happened so quickly. As nine of those people were paired driving
cond bend south of town, a police officer, I’ve res- killed or injured by an im- In 2017, Manitoba
I observed snow kick-up ponded to serious colli- paired driver. Three out of RCMP charged more than
from the shoulder of the sions, and I’m trained for those nine people were not 1400 people with Impaired
northbound lane,” said Cst. that. I’m prepared for that, wearing a seatbelt. Driving under the Crimi-
Reid. “Then, all of a sud- but this time, I was a part These numbers and nal Code
den, a vehicle was in my of it. That bend in the road Cst. Reid’s story are not Speed contributes to
lane. I was on the brakes changed my life.” being shared to scare 50% of all road fatalities in
immediately and was able For Cst. Reid, the ex- anyone. They are being rural Manitoba
to slow down significantly. perience of this collision shared to make everyone One-in-five road fata-
RCMP photo
The northbound vehicle really brought home the aware. There was an en- lities occurs at an intersec-
struck the car right in front idea of always being mind- Cst. Adam Reid recounts his life changing hanced enforcement over tion
of me and started to roll. It ful of the other vehicles experience with Manitoba media during a the May long weekend in 73% of vehicle occu-
came right toward the po- on the road and your own special media event near Headingley last week. an attempt to catch high- pants killed in traffic col-
lice car and it hit us. Both reaction time. risk drivers before we lose lisions in rural Manitoba
my partner and I watched “I was able to react his story today because it collisions apply to them. It another life. were unbelted
it unfold in slow motion.” and hit the brakes,” he said. is important that drivers takes one second for eve-   Driver distraction in
Cst. Reid and his par- “My story would be a lot realize the messages the rything to change, for lives Statistics all forms contributes to ap-
tner exited the police car different if I hadn’t reacted police put out and the sta- to be lost. Be mindful. Slow proximately 15% or road
and rushed to offer assis- when I did.” tistics the public is bom- down. Buckle up. Drive so- In the past five years, fatalities in Manitoba
tance to the occupants Cst. Reid is sharing barded with regarding ber – for everyone’s sake. 438 people have died in

Assiniboine Cougars Women’s Soccer
Recruits Dowsett As Goalie
Barry and Barb Dowsett, is prospect that myself and
a 5’6” product of Minnedo- the other coaches here
sa and has previously at Assiniboine are really
played with Minnedosa looking forward to working
Collegiate Chancellors, with,” said Murray. “She
as well as the Minnedosa brings a winning mentality
Lakers, Westman Football with her from her success
Club, and the Minnedosa at the high school level and
Kaos (indoor) teams.  her talent will be a great
Dowsett will be study- addition to our squad”.
ing in the college’s two- “I love soccer because
year Business Administra- playing goal is really fun
tion program. and it’s a great way to meet
“I was interested in new people,” said Dowsett. 
Assiniboine Community “I’m nervous to play with a
College because Brandon whole new group of people
is a familiar community,” for the first time in my six 18054ge0
said Dowsett. “The smaller years of being a goalten-
class sizes of programs also der.”
SUBMITTED attracted me to the col- Dowsett was a part of
lege.” the Minnedosa Collegiate
T elecia Dowsett will
be joining the Assini-
boine Cougars women’s
Dowsett has been
dominate in her role as
Chancellor teams that won
the Manitoba High School
goalie for the teams she has Athletic Association 2015
soccer roster for the 2018 played on and head coach Bronze Medal, as well as
Manitoba Colleges Ath- Mark Murray believes that the 2016 and 2017 Gold
letic Conference (MCAC) she will continue to excel Medals.  She was also the
soccer season.  in this role for the Cougars. Provincial All-Star Goalie
Telecia, daughter of “Telecia is an exciting in 2015 and 2016.

Tuesday at 12 noon
4 Friday, May 25, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Around Corporate Welfare and The Gullible
Governments Who Pay For It
Town... By Darryl Holyk
Canadian Taxpayers Federation
dole would stick around in the event handouts stop.
But the alternative is to be perpetually held hostage by
businesses hinting they may leave unless they literally

R ecently, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and On-
tario Premier Kathleen Wynne visited a Toyota
plant to announce they were contributing $220 mil-
get free money from taxpayers.(Some argue that busi-
nesses asking for lower taxes is analogous to demand-
ing handouts. But the distinction is obvious: lowering
Busy weekend… lion towards a $1.4 billion investment by the company taxes leaves  all  businesses with more of the money
May long weekend was a busy one in Minnedosa. to create some 450  (which works out to an eye-pop- they’ve actually earned. Asking to keep more of what’s
While some year’s the weekend has seen some less- ping $488,888 subsidy per job.) already yours is rather different than asking for free
than-favourable weather, this year, Mother Nature The justification for such gifts is familiar: taxpay- things from others.)
gave us a break with perfect weekend conditions. The ers ‘need’ to provide these kinds of ‘incentives’ for Stopping the culture of corporate welfare in Cana-
local campground was full as locals and out-of-town- Toyota, lest it take its plant and jobs elsewhere. We’re da won’t be easy on either the supply or demand side;
ers kicked off the local camping season. The streets of supposed to believe that Toyota—which  five days it’s been a part of the political landscape for so long
Minnedosa were busier than usual Saturday as eager later announced a record global profit of $29 billion— it’s considered normal. But change needs to happen,
shoppers searched out the over 60 yard sales held dur- was prepared to abandon a Canadian plant in which if only because we simply can’t afford to continue on
ing the Chamber of Commerce Townwide Garage Sale it had already invested billions of its own money, and the current path.
event. Some residential streets actually experienced was readying to put in a billion more, unless our pli- Aside from the obvious step—stop transferring
traffic jams which is pretty uncommon in our commu- able politicians ponied up the pork. money from taxpayers to private, for-profit business-
nity! If this sounds unlikely, it’s because it is. What’s es—what else can governments do to help create a
far more likely is that Toyota—like so many other strong economy?
corporate giants in politically sensitive industries— First, lower taxes. Businesses take handouts be-
Mattress recycling... has learned over the years that our governments are cause they want more money—so we should instead
The mattress recycling program being offered gullible suckers. And who can blame it? After all, if it make it easier for them to earn it. Simply taking all
through Evergreen Environmental Technologies in doesn’t take the handout a competitor just might. The the billions poured into corporate welfare today and
partnership with a recycling firm in Winnipeg is moving result is that companies that aren’t even on the hunt cutting business taxes across the board by an equal
along very well. Since January, a total of 86 mattresses for handouts will say yes to them. amount wouldn’t cost governments a dime. It would
have been collected at the local site for recycling. Hold on, critics will protest. It’s not as if they’re also ensure that it’s the marketplace, not political fa-
just getting money no-strings attached. There are job vouritism, that decides which businesses succeed.
Eight applicants… creation targets and loan repayment terms! So, we
can ensure we’re getting a return on our ‘investment,’
Second, keep costs down. Carbon taxes, high
electricity prices, minimum wage hikes and payroll
The Tanner’s Crossing Planning District received right? tax hikes are just a few examples of costs that make it
eight resumes for the position of assistant, as earlier Wrong. Most of the time, nobody even bothers to harder for businesses to turn a profit. Keep those costs
advertised. From the eight applicants, it was narrowed check if job creation targets are met. And even if they down and it will ease the burden on businesses.
down to four who will be interviewed with one being are checked, and targets were missed, there’s unlikely Finally, smarter regulation. It’s not just high-
chosen to fill the position. to be any punishment. As for loan repayment terms, profile projects like Trans Mountain that get bogged
they are almost never made public,  on the grounds down in regulatory hell. Unreasonable occupational
Word mix up… that that information would be commercially sensitive
for the recipient. This means taxpayers don’t even get
licensing restrictions, archaic zoning rules and oner-
ous legal compliance rules can add up to a hostile en-
Not sure how many of our readers caught my em-
barrassing mistake in last week’s Viewpoint, but appar- to know if they ever get paid back. vironment in which to start and run a business.
ently it appears I was thinking pretty highly of myself At this point, most people will concede that, in If governments follow the prescription above,
while writing it. The line about respect was supposed theory, such subsidies are wasteful, but many argue subsidy-dependent industries will die off. But the
to read how the members of Council have earned MY that here in the real world we need to ‘play the game’ trade-off will be a welcoming business culture that at-
respect, not the other way around as printed! Sadly, or risk losing jobs to other jurisdictions that continue tracts competitive, sustainable businesses that are in-
it never fails, you can proofread your work numerous to offer up subsidies. It’s true: there’s no guarantee terested in making money the old-fashioned way: by
times before going to print and then the most obvious, that every business that’s currently on the government actually earning it.
glaring mistake will jump off the page at you once the
paper is printed!

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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, May 25, 2018 5

Safety Is The Priority Of Night Hunting Legislation
Under The Dome
the purpose of killing it is
not safe or sustainable.
To prepare this pro-
posed legislation, our
improve access for Indig-
enous hunting on private
land during the daylight.
While redefining
Ye O l d
government held more night hunting, the Wildlife
GREG NESBITT than 20 consultation ses- Amendment Act would
Riding Mountain MLA sions over two years with also ensure our govern-
Indigenous communities ment increases resources
and representatives, ru- and improves tools for
ral municipalities, groups provincial conservation of-

T he safety of Manito- proposed legislation would representing agricultural ficers to keep Manitobans
bans will always be our allow Indigenous hunters producers, the Manitoba safe from dangerous and
government’s main con- to exercise their right to Wildlife Federation and illegal hunting.
cern. For this reason, we hunt at night in designated organizations represent- We have introduced 1888 – A granary was destroyed during a prairie fire
have proposed legislation areas by obtaining night ing hunters and outfitters. this important bill during last week. The granary contained 600 bushels of oats,
to better regulate hunting hunting permits. The no- The issues of safe hunting, the current legislative ses- three plows, one mower, one set of harrows and nu-
and make public safety a cost permits would focus land access and shared sion to have it take effect merous other articles. Total loss, about $400.
priority. the night hunting in areas management were raised in time for the next hunt-
throughout the process. ing season. The Wildlife
Bill 29, the Wildlife where risks to landown-
As a result, the bill Amendment Act would
1908 – It is said that the old Brunswick Hotel site
Amendment Act, would ers and their properties is in the southwest corner of town is looked upon with
carefully balance consti- minimized. As well, hunt- would allow the province carefully balance the rights
favour for the new judicial building to be erected in
tutionally protected Indig- ing at night would be per- to create shared manage- of Indigenous peoples with
enous hunting rights while mitted only if it does not ment committees that wildlife sustainability and
regulating night hunting threaten the viability of the bring Indigenous com- create a safer, more ethical
to ensure the safety of the species being hunted. munities, property own- hunting environment for 1918 – If the Town Council does not want to pay for
public, the sustainability of Some practices of ers, hunters and outfitters everyone. the broken limbs of pedestrians, it will repair the rot-
Manitoba’s big game pop- hunting during nighttime together to make recom- ten wooden sidewalk on the east side of Main Street
ulation and to reduce cruel hours would be better reg- mendations for conserva- Greg Nesbitt is the between the bridge and the railway crossing.
practices used on animals. ulated. Specifically, spot- tion and wildlife manage- Member of Legislative
On private land, the lighting – the practice of ment in areas of concern. Assembly for the Riding 1928 – Only one tender was received by the Bracken
Wildlife Amendment Act shining a bright light into The legislation would in- Mountain constituency. He Government for the building of a twelve-and-a-half
would ban night hunting an animal’s eyes to para- clude a process to foster can be reached at 204-759- mile trunk road south of Minnedosa. The amount,
– a practice that has led to lyze it – would be tightly understanding between 3313, toll-free 1-844-877- $56,888.
deaths and serious injuries restricted, because blind- Indigenous hunters and 7767 or by email at greg-
in Manitoba. However, the ing an animal at night for private landowners to
1948 – An early morning fire destroyed Gordon’s
Service Station and Garage in Erickson and damaged

Three Local Nominees For Tourism Awards the Royal Bank on the west side and the Quality Store
on the east side. Total damage is estimated at $20,000.

SUBMITTED tion over the past year. other nominations have Award winners will
The Tribute to Tour- come in from Brandon, be announced at the 2018
1958 – The Minnedosa Memories history book is
now for sale. The book features 170 pages of facts,
T he nominees for the
15th Annual Tribute to
Tourism Awards have been
ism Awards will present
awards in six categories;
Aspiring Youth, Event of
Carberry, Deloraine, Shoal
Lake, Neepawa, Ninette,
Gladstone and Virden.
Tribute to Tourism Gala
being held next month in
pictures and amusing anecdotes and is being sold for
announced and include the Year, Marketing Excel-
three Minnedosa candi- lence, Partnership, Service 1968 – The building, presently known as the
dates; Rayna Topham, Excellence and Volunteer Minnedosa 5 Cent to $1.00 store, owned by Mr. Chas.
Skate the Lake / Minor of the Year. In addition to Green will be vacated and turned into office space to
Hockey and Dirty Lake the regional recognition, be leased to Rolling River School Division at $4,950
Outfitters. all winners will also be per year.
Tourism Westman nominated for the chance
hosts an annual Gala that to advance to the Manito- 1978 – The 60 miles rail line between Neepawa and
recognizes and celebrates ba Tourism Awards hosted Rossburn will be phased out by the end of July this
the exceptional individu- in Winnipeg. year and the Lenore-Forrest line, serving Rapid City,
als, businesses, organiza- The three local nomi- will be abandoned by the end of next year.
tions and communities nees are just a few of the
within the Westman region 26 individuals, groups and
that have made significant businesses nominated for 1988 – Frontier Trading Company has been located
contributions to tourism recognition. In addition to in the building directly north of Penner’s Bakery for
development and promo- the Minnedosa nominees, four years. On July 4th, Frontier will re-open in its new,
expanded location in the former Brian Bruce Men’s
Wear building at the corner of Main Street and 2nd
Avenue. S.E.

1998 – Minnedosa Flower and Gift, owned by Jim
and Kelly Bennet are happy with the recent move they
made to their new location in the former MacLeods
building. Meanwhile, their former location has been
transformed into a restaurant owned by Bob and Sha-
Dr. Derek Papegnies Minnedosa Minor Baseball received a grant from the
Minnedosa & District Foundation to build a
ron Bullard, known as Sharona’s.

storage shed for equipment. We have contributed over 2008 – The Museum and Heritage Village has been
$40,000 to this young sporting group of athletes. The awarded $15,000 from Community Places to assist in
the restoration of the octagon building. Plans include
parents and volunteers have developed two first class reconstructing an open porch, ticket booth and sec-
diamonds over the past few years. ond floor balcony as well as re-installing windows that
129-2nd Avenue S.W., Minnedosa, MB
have long been covered over and replacing the grey
FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL: For more info or to make a donation to the Foundation go to
insul-brick siding with wood drop siding.
6 Friday, May 25, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Volunteers Clean Up The Community
By Hillary Miller up the schoolyards at their people will be more mind-
leisure, to ensure that they ful of the proper disposal

T he Minnedosa Town-
Wide Clean Up was
held on the evening of
are involved in keeping
their community tidy.
CIB member, Linda
of garbage versus compost.
This has been an ongoing
problem since the com-
Wednesday, May 16th. The Bertram, noted that people post site was established
clean-up began at about can continue to help keep and people are reminded
6:30 p.m., and saw ap- the community clean, that the compost site is not
proximately 40 volunteers even after the town-wide for garbage and to follow
come out to do their part. clean-up, by not littering the signs at the site which
The clean-up was and using the bins pro- identify where different
once again organized by vided throughout the com- compost materials can be
Minnedosa Communities munity. dumped. Also, please re-
in Bloom. “We all think our With the summer sea- member that compostable
town looks quite tidy until son upon us, the CIB group materials should be emp-
we hold a town wide clean has been hard at work tied from bags or boxes at
up,” stated CIB Member, planning the many ways the site. Our community is
Lori Cooper. “Almost an they will make Minnedosa fortunate to have a com-
entire truck load of gar- look its best this summer. munity compost site and is
bage was collected!” This includes replacing is disappointing that some
Along with the Com- the Founders’ Park signs at residents ruin it with care-
munities in Bloom volun- some point later this sea- less behavior.
Photo submitted
teers, numerous residents son. Many of these signs The Town wide clean-
and members of the 4-H had become faded and around town in early June. joyed in past years. ing scheduled for late July. up is a great way to pick
Club came out to help, as worn and were difficult to The plants will once again The bench at the gar- The local bloom group will up debris left behind from
did many of the Rockin’ read. come from local green- den at the beach was in also continue to recognize winter. Everyone is asked
The Fields of Minnedosa The group also plans to houses, Dalrymple’s and need of some repairs and a Yard of the Week in each to do their own small part
board members, most of start preparing their com- Skogland’s. This year, they this was recently com- quarter of Minnedosa. This to help keep the commu-
whom live in Brandon. munity planters around will likely plant petunias pleted by the members of is also expected to start up nity clean throughout the
Additionally, students the end of May, and they and canna lilies, as they Minnedosa Men’s Shed in July. year. This can be as simple
have been asked to clean will begin planting them have been thoroughly en- and Bertram is happy to Communities in as picking up a piece of
announce that the former Bloom volunteers urge trash you might see laying
slanting bench is once people to be conscious on the ground. If everyone
18051AA2 again able to provide com- of the cleanliness of the pitches in and does their

18051AA3 fortable seating. community. They have own little part, the com-
18051AA5 Minnedosa CIB will noticed that garbage con- munity should continue to
once again be composit- tinues to be dumped at look it’s best.
The results of the latest Totum Research Study on Media Usage in Villages ing in the Provincial CIB the compost site, west of
(population 1,000-5,000) shows that people living in communities like those competition, with judg- town, and they hope that
served by this newspaper are more likely to be inspired to take action by an ad in
a printed community newspaper than any form of online ad.

Sandy Lake News
Respondents Who Said Print Ads in Local Community Newspapers Inspire
Action (In-Person Store Visit, Website Visit, Purchase Etc.) by Sector By Diane Bachewich Roman Catholic Church in here from the Minnedosa
Jackfish. Hospital.
58.0% H ope everyone had
a super long week-
end. Even Mother Nature
Tommy and Sonia
Shindruk of Calgary and
Lloyd and Zenova Shin-
The Legion Ladies
Auxilliary had a successful
Bake Sale, Tea and Raffle
co-operated with the sun- druk of Winnipeg and Bob on Sunday at the Drop-In
shine, but no badly needed Shindruk of Gimli all at- Centre. This is their yearly
rain. tended the funeral of Ida event on the May Long
Francis Kuzmak ac- Andreychuk. weekend.
37.3% companied Don and Pat Tonielle Bachewich Brenda Prosken of
Bobiak to Devils Lake for returned from a school trip Vancouver, Julie and Ed
30.0% 30.0%
the Mother’s Day week- to Quebec City and Mon- Olesek, Harold and Joyce
26.0% 25.3% end. treal which she enjoyed Prosken and Phyllis Olesek
22.0% Sympathy is extended very much. of Winnipeg visited with
to the family of Reg Buss Marvis Flack or Cal- Olga Prosken at the Per-
who passed away on May gary is out for a couple of sonal Care Home during
14th in Winnipeg. The weeks to help her mom the week.
funeral was Saturday at Francis Kuzmak with the Ken and Darlene Por-
the Lawn Chapel Memo- garden and yard work. ter and Gloria Campbell
0.0% rial Garden in Winnipeg. Visitors with Helen have just returned from a
Reg was our Credit Union Derhak over the long week- holiday to Holland/Neth-
manager for some time. end were Larissa, Emerson erland, Belgium and Eng-
Boris and Val Sichewski at- and Winston Kempthorne land.

tended the funeral. of Boissevain, Ken and Diane Bachewich had
Neil and Debra Noon- Angela Brookman, Lloyd a surprise visit from an old
an spent the Mother’s Day and Zenova Shindruk of friend Stella Zulick and
weekend in Regina with Winnipeg and Allan and daughter Sharon of Pre-
family members. Nancy Derhak of Riding sival, SK on Monday.
Many friends and rela- Mountain. Ron and Lucy Mendro
tives attended the funeral Helen Slashinsky in a spent a few days back in
* Totum Research Inc. March 2018 Study on How Geography of the late Ida Andreychuk new resident at the Sandy Flin Flon last week and are
Impacts Media Access, Usage and Engagement in Rural
whose funeral was held on Lake Personal Care Home. back here starting to build
Communities Across Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
Saturday at St. Anthony’s She has been transferred their retirement home.
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, May 25, 2018 7

White Out Party Attendance Better Than Expected
By Hillary Miller community, the event was
helped along by many

A Winnipeg Jets’ White-
out Party was held at
the Minnedosa Arena last
amazing volunteers.
Woodcock noted that they
received volunteer help
Friday night. With about with set-up, take-down,
270 people who attended, and people working vari-
the event was a greater ous shifts throughout the
success than organizers evening to keep everything
had hoped it would be. rolling smoothly.
According to Erin “We’re very fortunate
Woodcock, one of the or- to live in a community that
ganizers, they were hoping shows such support for the
to have about one hundred events happening in town,
people attend, so the in- and for the groups that
creased interest was wel- put these events on,” said
comed with open arms. Woodcock.
With the help of Westman While final numbers
Communications Group, for the event are as of yet Photo submitted
organizers were able to unavailable, Woodcock making the event a three-
provide attendees with a stressed that the event Some 270 people filled the Minnedosa arena last Friday night
fold benefit for the com- for a Winnipeg Jets White Out Party. The event was hosted as a joint
hockey viewing experience ended up being a signifi- munity.
on big screens at the local cant fundraiser for both fundraiser for Fun Fest and the Beach enhancement Project.
While the Winni-
arena. Minnedosa Fun Fest and peg Jets lost their game
“The amount of sup- the Minnedosa Beach En- and the series that night,
port from the business hancement Committee. Minnedosa came out a
community was over- The proceeds from the UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE PLANNING ACT
winner! “We’re sad that
whelming,” said Wood- event will be split between the Jets’ playoff run has NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
cock. They received sup- the two groups evenly. To ended,” stated Woodcock.
port from 22 business top things off, organizers On the date and at the time and location shown below, a PUBLIC HEARING will be held to receive
“But we’ll see what next representations from any persons who wish to make them in respect to the following matter:
sponsors. In addition were also able to collect year brings, and hopefully
to the heartwarming re- a “very full” bin for the THE RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF OAKVIEW
we can do this again.”
sponse from the business Minnedosa Food Bank,
To provide for the Enlargement of a Livestock Operation

Basswood News
under authority of the former

HEARING RM of Oakview Council Chambers
LOCATION: 10 Cochrane Street
Oak River, Manitoba ROK 1TO
By Zelda FirBy met Michael and Susan The event was organized
DATE & TIME: June 12, 2018 at 10:00 a.m.
Davis of Nova Scotia and by Brent Cardy and a to-

O n Saturday, family,
relatives and friends
from near and far gathered
enjoyed a time of visiting
and sightseeing.
Kay Herbert of Melita
tal of ten teams took part
in the ball tournament.
A social was held on Sat-
Development Proposal: To provide for the construction of a 100 x
208 foot addition onto the existing north Sow barn, and a 150 x 208
foot addition to the south Finisher Barn. Upon approval, this expanded
CONDITIONAL livestock operation will be in compliance with the RM of Blanshard
at the Basswood Hall for spent the past week with urday evening organized USE ORDER Zoning By-law currently in effect and will formally establish this
the Celebration of Life for the Cardy’s and Dono- by Drew Cardy. Kirsten operation as a 1200 head (maximum) Sow-Farrow to Finish Hog
operation approved to a (maximum) of 1500 Animal Units. This
Margaret Templeton who hoe’s. McNabb ran the canteen. application will not result in an increase in the total 1200 Animal Units
passed away on November The village of Bass- Abi Simms of Brandon for which this operation is already authorized. The development is
27th, 2017. wood was a hub of activity spent the long weekend located on lands zoned ”AG” Agricultural General Zone.
Mark and Mary Ida on Saturday and Sunday with cousin Jordyn Simms.
Donahoe flew to Montreal when the second annual LOCATION OF SW ¼ Sec. 22-14-21 WPM - RM of Oakview.
for a few days where they Basswood Bowl was held. PROPOSED

Newdale News
By raven’s Glen Wi Larry (Iris), Mark (Jane) Lake this past weekend en-
and daughter Glenda (Da- joyed a lovely warm long

W e send our condo-
lences to the fam-
ily of Ida Andreychuk who
ryl), four grandchildren
and six great-grandchil-
dren, two brothers, Wes
weekend, it’s several years
since campers haven’t
frozen or been rained on!
was laid to rest on a beau- and Harry Hodges and sis- The ice is even gone off the
tiful May 19th, when her ter Almira Shewchuk. lake!
funeral service took place Wendy Bowman of Several from town
from St. Anthony’s Roman Winnipeg spent last week- took in the Bake Sale and
Catholic Church, Jackfish, end visiting Shelley and Tea hosted by the Sandy
with interment in the Par- Grant Zahaiko. She was Lake Drop-In on May 20th
ish Cemetery. A bountiful able to meet several mem- where these ladies provide
FOR Diane Kuculym Mr. Wayne Poppel
lunch followed in the Jack- bers of the church congre- a wonderful bake table. INFORMATION Chief Administrative Officer Development. Officer
fish Hall where family and gation when she joined Margot Fitzgerald has CONTACT: Rural Municipality of Oakview Mid-West Planning District
friends were able to meet us for Sunday service and enjoyed having her sister, 10 Cochrane Street 111 Sarah Ave.
Oak River, Manitoba Miniota, Manitoba
and greet one another. Ida coffee following. The ser- Colleen visiting her from Ph: (204) 566-2146 Ph: (204) 567-3699
passed away on last Febru- vice was ably taken by Vancouver Island, BC. En- A copy of the above proposal and supporting material (Technical Review Report) may be
inspected at the R.M. of Oakview Municipal Office or the Mid-West Planning District office during
ary 25th in Winnipeg. She Wendy Rose. joying some nice prairie normal office hours, Monday to Friday. Copies may be made and extracts taken therefrom, upon
leaves a family of two sons, Anyone visiting Clear weather. request.
8 Friday, May 25, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Weekend Flare-up Mavs Off To Good Start

Photo by Darryl Holyk Photo by Hillary Miller

May long weekend 2018 will go down in Manitoba history as the weekend Although the Minnedosa Mavericks were scheduled to play their season
of the disastrous fire that swept through downtown Brandon destroying opener in Ste. Rose last Wednesday night (May 16th), they ended up
and/or damaging a number of buildings. Our Minnedosa Fire Department hosting the Ebb and Flow Lakers on the home field. The Mavericks are
was on call for the Wheat City blaze but, in the end, their services were not off and running with their first win of 9 to 5 and if this first win is any
required. However, they did have some action here at home during the indication of what is to come, they could reclaim their long-running
long weekend. On Sunday afternoon, at approximately 4:30 p.m., local championship title in the Santa Clara League. The Mavericks
firefighters were called back to the farm east of town, where they had play their next game tonight against the Plumas Pirates.
battled a blaze the previous Tuesday evening, to dose a flare up.


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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, May 25, 2018 9

Dalrymple’s Seeding Progressing
Continued from Page 1

Despite the rush of clients that day, Barb assured
that they still have a lot of stock available for peo-
ple to enjoy, purchase and enjoy in their own yards
and gardens. Now that the May Long Weekend has
passed, most gardeners will concede that the danger
zone has passed, and it is now safe to put plants in the
ground without fear of frost.
Barb noted that some of the opening day best
sellers included flowering hanging baskets, daisies
and pansies. Many people also bought tomato plants.
Dalrymple’s Greenhouse began back in 1988 as a
very small operation. At the time, the Dalrymples
also had cows on a quarter section of land. When the
local creamery closed, they decided to focus more on
their greenhouse. Barb noted that every few years
they have added to their businesses which over the
years has grown to include four greenhouses, a tea
room and a beautifully landscaped park-like setting Photo by Darryl Holyk
which has been used for many photo sessions over
the years.
According to Barb, the biggest highlight she can
think of over the years was the 30th anniversary itself.
O ver the past few weeks, tractors have been stirring up
the dust in fields as another season of seeding is un-
derway. According to this week’s Manitoba Crop Report,
Highway #1.
Most spring cereals have emerged and are already in
the one to two leaf stage of growth. Peas are also emerg-
For opening day, the yard and driveway were contin- seeding across the province is about 80% completed. ing along with early seeded canola, corn and soybeans.
ually packed with vehicles and to reach 30 years as a Here in the southwest region, seeding is estimated At this early stage of the season, there are no major
small, family-run privately owned business is amaz- at 65% complete. North of the Trans-Canada, Highway insect or disease issues and the only recent concern was
ing. Congratulations to Barb and Alan Dalrymple on #1, about 75% of cereal crops have been sown with 50% lack of moisture. Precipitation is greatly needed to assist
30 years of making Minnedosa a more beautiful com- of canola sown, 30% of corn and 25% of soybeans. These with crop germination, emergence and growth.
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10 Friday, May 25, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

A Royal Wedding Party Minnedosa Manitoba Youth Job
Centre Open for Business
By KASSIA HOLLIER to meet the employment
needs of students and

T he Minnedosa Mani-
toba Youth Job Centre
is open once again for the
youth, as well as the needs
of employers who have va-
cant positions to fill, by of-
summer! Centres across fering a free referral service
Manitoba are in their 43rd to those who wish to hire
year of successfully sup- an eager, hard-working
porting youth employ- young person. Employers
ment in Manitoba. The of all types – business and
Minnedosa Manitoba household – can take ad-
Youth Job Centre (MYJC) vantage of the free services
is sponsored by Manitoba the Centre provides. Only
Education and Training in the most qualified candi-
Photos submitted partnership with Yellow- dates are referred, and the
head Regional Employ- employer always has the
SUBMITTED ment Skills and Services, final hiring decision.
and also serves the com- We encourage stu-

C heryl Yanchycki of
Minnedosa hosted a
Royal Wedding viewing
munities of Onanole, Er-
ickson, and Rapid City.
My name is Kas-
dents and youth over the
age of 12 to register with
our office. If you are seek-
Photo submitted

party for her family and sia Hollier and I am the ing full-time, part-time, or Kassia Hollier, MYJC
friends at her home in the Minnedosa and area MYJC casual employment, need Youth Engagement
early morning of Saturday, Youth Engagement Leader help with your resume, or Leader.
May 19th to commemorate for the summer of 2018. I want to expand your job
the nuptials of Prince Har- have just completed my search or interview skills, ment needs, please feel
ry and Meghan Markle. first year of study at Bran- just drop by and I will be free to call (204) 868-0364
The early morning don University and I am happy to work with you. or stop by the MYJC office
party included British Tea, very excited to be in the I am looking forward at 133 Main Street South
Raspberry Scones, Finger Minnedosa area for the to a great summer in our from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30
Sandwiches and much, summer. communities. If you have p.m. I hope to hear from
much more! The MYJC is designed any questions or employ- you soon!


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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, May 25, 2018 11

BY PHONE Call 204-867-3816
Hours to place, correct or cancel ads: Parts and full trailer re- Minnedosa Legion “Tal-
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. pair, trailer safeties and Au-
McSherry Auction ent Showcase” featuring Saturday, May 26th,
topac Trailer Repair. Sales, 12 Patterson Dr. music of the Barn Dance Era at 7:00 p.m.  and Sunday,
BY MAIL CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Leasing and Financing of flat- Stonewall, MB
on Friday, June 1st at 7:00.  May 27th at 10:30 a.m.
The Minnedosa Tribune, P.O. Box 930, deck, dumpbox, cargo, goose- Estate & Moving Open Mic spots available Minnedosa Covenant
Minnedosa, Manitoba R0J 1E0 neck and utility trailers and Wed May 30 4:00 PM after 9:00. Rosin up the Bow Church will host Canadas
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and Trailer, Hwy #1 Mac- * Tool * Yard * We Go! (10-2) x 5-piece Gospel Band, with
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Equipment Auction TELUS MANITOBA MO- bie Hemmerling and 8

The Minnedosa Tribune Ltd. reserves the right to AUCTIONS Sat June 9 10:00 AM TORCYCLE RIDE FOR DAD.
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of their 10 children. They
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Shop Tools & Supplies,
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204-476-6262 1272 sq. ft. 4 bedroom, EMPLOYMENT
invited. (10-3) x
Deadlines Full list and pictures at
1&1/2 bath for sale at 32-1st Av- OPPORTUNITY
enue South West in Minnedo- Ice Cream Social fund-
Classified advertisements must be submitted no later sa.  AC/CV, gas furnace, water raiser for Calvary Church
than noon Tuesday for insertion in the following Friday’s McSherry Auction softener, finished basement, JUSt Youth. Friday, May
edition. All classified advertisements must be prepaid BEFORE Barry & Christine Sarens plenty of oak cabinets and 25th, from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
insertion. Sunday June 3 12:00 pm storage, 3 storage sheds and EF MOON is a second gen-
at Calvary Church, 52-2nd St
(Noon) eration Heavy Construction
The Minnedosa Tribune is not responsible for attached insulated garage.  SW, Minnedosa. Ice Cream Company founded in 1962 and
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rine, motorcycle, golf carts, A Reminder! St. Marks at 7:00 p.m. at the Minnedosa ing company with room for
phones, tools, radios, com- Anglican Church Annual Legion following Chase the advancement, please visit
us at 1200 Lorne Ave. E. in
puters etc. Reconditioned, Pickerel Fish Fry. Sunday, Ace and the Meat Draw. No Portage La Prairie, MB to fill
obsolete and hard-to-find May 27th in Minnedosa from Cover Charge. x out an application, apply online
4:30 – 6:30 p.m. Cost is only at, or email a
batteries. SOLAR equipment. resume to
The Battery Man. Winnipeg. $15.00 per person. Take out
1.877.775.8271 www.battery- and delivery available. Eleva- tor access. (10-2) x
12 Friday, May 25, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune


Dream Job! Live in care- The Biglieni and Holden
giver/housekeeper. Summers
in Winnipeg and winters in
would like to thank Dean Jor-
the tropics. Call 204-997-4629. • Must be able to stay on feet for long periods of time invites applications for the position of
dan and the Minnedosa Fire
• Pays great attention to details FAMILY ENHANCEMENT Department. On May 11th
TION! In-demand career! Em-
(FE) WORKER their quick response and ex-
ployers have work-at-home Staff housing available, if needed Rolling River First Nation pertise prevented a potential-
ly disastrous situation from
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Sincerely, Travis and Lind-
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DRIVE YOUR CAREER • Planning, developing and implementation of community based prevention
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Problems walking or
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills. mount Solar and Electric,
getting dressed? The WE ARE LOOKING FOR 1 OR 2 FULL OR PART-TIME • Must have computer training and/or knowledge of Microsoft Office . Little Valley Construction,
Canadian Government • Must be willing to submit to a criminal record check, prior contact check and child
may owe you a: ENERGETIC, TEAM ORIENTED EMPLOYEES abuse registry check.
Prairie Mountain HVAC, Par-
ish Backhoe Services, Sum-
$2,500 WHO CAN JOIN US. The successful applicant must provide WRCFS with a current Criminal Record check that mit Septic Services, Sharon’s
Yearly Credit VERY GOOD WAGES, FULL TRANING WILL BE PROVIDED. includes a Vulnerable Sector Search, Child Abuse Registry check, Prior Contact check and Town and Country Insurance,
$20,000 SEND RESUME TO Driver’s Abstract prior to the commencement of employment. Travel is required. A valid Minnedosa Farmers Market,
driver’s license and access to means of reliable transportation for work is a condition of Heritage Co-op, Minnedosa &
Lump Sum Refund 204-963-8865 employment.
The Disability Credit (10-4)
District Recreation Commis-
Service. Lowest rate in the SALARY: Commensurate with experience and training and according to Provincial pay sion, Corner Stone Grill and
industry. scale. Minnedosa Insurance.  We
For reliable expert Office Reception/ Chiropractic Assistant, DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: Wednesday, May 30, 2018 would also like to thank the
service CALL following people for volun-
Permanent/ Part Time Please submit resumes to:
teering with set up, take down
204-453-5372 Esther Beaulieu, BSW, RSW
and working shifts during the
Looking for friendly, professional individual, to join our team CBT Supervisor
event: Rhonda Prettie, Kathy
STEEL and provide superior customer service, while assisting the West Region Child & Family Services, Inc.
Tomlinson, Kim Moffatt,
Box 280
BUILDINGS Doctor in all areas of office management. Erickson, Manitoba R0J 0P0 Melissa Griffin, Dane Grif-
35 lines BUILDING
STEEL • Must thrive in a vibrant, busy environment. Fax: (204) 636 – 6158 fin, Jeremy Timmins, Marva
Mummery, Kim Parish, Col-
SALE... “MEGA MADNESS • Is passionate about being part of a team that improves We thank all who apply, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted
leen and Brian Evenson, Ka-
SALE – CRAZY DEALS ON health and quality of lives for our patients. tie Hopkins, Lise McQuarrie,
$5,798. 23x25 $5,744. 25x27 • Must be proficient in computer skills and applications, IN MEMORIAM
Marlies and Dan Soltys, Gay-
lene Johnson, Olivia Wood-
$6,639. 30x31 $8,488. 32x35 social media and communications.
cock, Ava Woodcock, Abby-Jo
9,954. One End wall included. • Must have strong verbal and communication skills, with Wark, Rhiannon Woodcock,
Pioneer Steel 1-855-212-7036. In Loving Memory of In loving memory of
fluency in English. MELVIN NAGORSKI BETTY FOSSUM, Leah Thurston, Abby Adnum,
• Ability to prioritize, manage time efficiently, and be May 24th, 2016 Gord Kingdon, Michael King-
HELP WANTED May 31st, 2009
don, Katharine Kingdon and
flexible in the work environment. Barb Kingdon.  We apologize
Time goes and memories stay We thought of you
Looking for a full time
• Previous experience in health care or Chiropractic an with love today if we’ve missed anyone, just
as near and dear as yesterday.
cook to be working at RD’s On asset. No need for words But that is nothing new, know we appreciate your
Main in Minnedosa. The right • Only applicants looking for long term, part time except to say We thought about hard work! 
applicant will be paid $17.50 position will be reviewed. You’re loved and missed you yesterday,
per hour. The applicant must
Please submit a cover letter with your resume. Please email in every way. And days before that too. IN MEMORIAM
have two year’s experience We think of you in silence,
in cooking and should be an resumes to, or send to Lois, Darren, We often speak your name.
expert in continental cook- Minnedosa Chiropractic Centre, Box 807 Minnedosa, MB Barry, Kimberly All we have are memories In Memory of
ing. Please drop off resume and families. And your picture in a frame. EVA HRYSAK
in person at 9 Main St. N. or
R0J 1E0. Your memory is May 33th, 2013
via email rdsonmain@gmail. Accepting resumes until Friday June 8, 2018. our keepsake,
com. (48-25) x With which we’ll never part. While she lays in
Thanking you in advance for your interest in this position.
(11-2) God has you in his keeping, peaceful sleep
We have you in our hearts. Her memory we
will always keep.
Jim, Wayne, Angie,
Shelley and families. Sadly missed by,
Delmar, Karen and family
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, May 25, 2018 13



Rolling River School Division Lyla Smith was born as
Lyla Patricia Gronback on Decem-
ber 31st, 1937 in her family home
RIVERS COMMUNITY DAYCARE on the farm six miles north of
The Town of Minnedosa is accepting tenders for: Lyla was the youngest daughter
Rolling River School Division invites sealed bids for the of five girls born to Paul and El-
RFQ 2018-02 ena Gronback. Some of Lyla’s
construction of the Rivers Community Daycare within
5th Ave SW & 2nd Ave NW, fondest memories were growing
Rivers Collegiate in Rivers Manitoba.
Water Service Line Replacement Bids will be received at the
up on the farm having many dif-
ferent pets including Laddie her
General information: Rolling River School Division Administration Office dog, a pet pig and a turkey named
The supply and installation of water service lines from or LM Architectural Group, Winnipeg, Manitoba by Tommy. At almost twelve years of
the water main to the curb stop (including curb stop Monday, June 25 before 2:00 p.m. local time. age, Lyla and her parents moved to
replacement) of 4 service lines along 5th Ave. S.W. as well as Carberry in 1950. Lyla married Malcolm Lloyd
For more details, please visit our website at Smith in 1956 and they moved to Brandon and had 3 children,
5 service lines along 2nd Ave. N.W. then moved to Killarney and had 2 more children. They lived in select Division then Tenders.
Contractor responsible for any required utility locates and Killarney until 1977 then moved around to Gillam, Thompson,
Boissevain then Minnedosa from 1988 to January 2018, most re-
associated costs, including soft exposure if required. Work must be
cently moving to Winnipeg.
completed by June 29th, 2018 Lyla helped out on the family farm before she began work-
Any inquiry concerning the content of this Request for ing at age 16 as a waitress. Once married, Lyla worked as a
homemaker for many years prior to moving to Killarney where
Quotation should be directed to Kevin Marcino at 204-867-0037 or she cleaned and managed the Oak Lawn cabins. Later, mov- ing to Gillam and then Thompson, Lyla worked in the hospital.
Tender package available for pick up at the Town Office on Friday, Lyla worked in the Boissevain Co-op and Bakery and then as a
Town of Minnedosa Health Care Aide in Minnedosa until she retired.
May 18th, 2018. Although Lyla was a hard worker she always made her
The Town of Minnedosa is accepting tenders for:
Sealed Tenders marked family her priority and devoted countless hours driving to and
RfQ 2018-03 from sports and extra - curricular activities. She loved to be
“5th ST SW WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT” 2018 Paving involved in the community including, the Seniors community
will be accepted at the Town of Minnedosa’s Civic Centre, General information: centre, the red hat ladies group, the Horticultural society, Royal
103 Main Street South, Box 426 Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 Supply and place asphalt along sections of 5th Ave SW (200m x 7m), Purple and the United Church. Lyla loved to garden, bake, sew
until 4:00 p.m. on Friday, June 1st, 2018. 2nd Ave NW (100m x 9m) & 4th Ave SW (80m in length). All distance and crochet in her spare time as well as travel and camp. Some
Fax: (204) 867-2686 Email: of the trips that Lyla enjoyed were to Europe, Alaska, Panama
measurements are approximate and will require verification by the
Canal and the Caribbean.
Any or all of the quotations may not be necessarily accepted. contractor. Work to be done once water service line replacement has Lyla was a loving sister, wife, aunt, mother, grandmother
(10-2) been completed. and great grandmother and had many friends. Lyla was pre-
Tender package available for pick up at the Town Office on Friday, deceased by her parents Paul and Elena, Ethylin Beatty (sis-
ter), Doris Ainge (Sister ), Anne Johnson (sister) , Brenda Smith
May 18th, 2018. (daughter ). Left to mourn is her husband Malcolm, sister Violet
Any inquiry concerning the content of this Request for Quotation (Soltys), son Steven (Adele) ; son Terrance (Corazon); daughter
should be directed to Kevin Marcino at 204-867-0037 or minpwork@ Karen ; daughter Patricia (Daniel), grandchildren, Riley, Brady,
Taylor, Diana, Jagtar, MacKenzie, Larissa, Breanne, Dylan, Josh
and great granddaughter Lily.
TOWN OF MINNEDOSA Sealed Tenders marked “WATER SERVICE LINE REPLACEMENT” will be A memorial lunch will be held on Saturday, June 9th, 2018
accepted at the Town of Minnedosa’s Civic Centre, 103 Main Street at 1:30 p.m. in the Minnedosa United Church Hall, Minnedosa,
South, Box 426 Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 until 4:30 p.m. on Friday, June MB.
The Town of Minnedosa is accepting tenders for: Minnedosa Funeral Service in care of arrangements.
RFQ 2018-01 15, 2018. Fax: (204) 867-2686 Email: Messages of condolence may be placed online at www.
5th St SW, Water Main Replacement Any or all of the quotations may not be necessarily accepted.
General information:
The supply and install material for connection to existing
C900 along 5th Ave SW. Works to include directional boring
of 80m of C900 water main. Utility located to be arranged by
contractor, contractor responsible for any soft expose costs.
Work must be completed by June 29, 2018
Tender package available for pick up at the Town Office on
Friday, May 18th, 2018.
Any inquiry concerning the content of this Request for A GOT PROPERTIES FOR SALE
Quotation should be directed to Kevin Marcino at 204-867-
0037 or D YOUR
Ph: 204-867-4657
Sealed Tenders marked V ATTENTION? Prairie Mountain
Independently Owned
and Operated
Gwen Usick
Broker Realtor
Fax: 204-867-2150
will be accepted at the Town of Minnedosa’s Civic Centre,
E Book this TIN
103 Main Street South, Box 426 Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 R space for NE

until 4:00 p.m. on Friday, June 1st, 2018. T your next ad
Fax: (204) 867-2686 Email:
Any or all of the quotations may not be necessarily accepted.
I Call
Space galore in this immaculate well
maintained 3 bedroom 2 bath home. This
Located on a large corner lot, this 1 3/4
storey home is one of the original homes
All dressed up, all it needs is a family! This immaculate
2 bedroom 1 1/2 bath home has been extensively
Immaculate 2 bedroom 1 1/2 bath
home located on 15 1/2 town lots on

renovated from head to toe in 2017 & features updated
beautiful home has seen numerous recent built in Minnedosa. This 3 bedroom 2 bath kitchen with all new soft close cabinets, countertops, the edge of town features solid oak
upgrades that include HE gas furnace with home features 9 foot ceilings, refurbished backsplash, island has new Bosch dishwasher,
204-867-3816 central air, HWT ‘15, shingles ‘12, most
windows ‘16, doors, 4 piece bath, flooring,
original hardwood & laminate floors, R50
insulation in attic providing low utility
1/2” laminate flooring, mirror closet doors & closet
organizers, sky light in main bath, mostly LED lighting
kitchen cabinets built in dishwasher,
vinyl & wood floors, air exchanger, wall

throughout house. Downstairs you will find a 3rd A/C/heat unit, updated 4 piece bath, 48
ceilings, walls, basement, living room costs, all newer windows throughout in
for more
bedroom, den, full bath, storage room. New HE gas
addition, electrical, plumbing and more. 2012, water line from curb in 2016 & most furnace, hydro costs average $90/mo, new plumbing sqft deck, sunroom addition off master,
Outside you will find the perfect workshop plumbing replaced. There is a large stone throughout, water lines, HWT ‘17, HRV ‘17 & mudroom shingles, gas fireplace, 214 sqft deck
leading to new attached single car garage constructed
with wood stove, furnace & sitting area porch on the back and a verandah on the leading to the back yard. Basement
information! of 2x6 walls, R20 insulation, GDO & remote. Outside

making the perfect man cave get away! front. Comes with fridge, stove, dishwasher is all decked up too with deck, railing, vinyl siding & has wet bar & new laminate vinyl
& antique cupboard in upstairs hallway. 1 1/2” insulation, shingles, windows, landscaped flooring in family room. Most windows
Dryer and water softener are located in retaining wall, eaves, flower bed & shed. Drainage
has also been upgraded with french ditch, weeping 2009. Outside is 2 sheds, garden,
the dry basement. Outside you will find a tile & buried lines. There are many more upgrades, single garage, carport, double garage
12’x20’ single car garage and a single car additional list available.
shelter. The move is yours! with infloor heat.
Mls#1803853 $292,700
MLS #1812397 $219,900 MLS #1806243 $106,900 MLS #1804051 $224,900 $282,700

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14 Friday, May 25, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune


“Living in your
Proud Supporter Rick Taylor 867-7551

BIRCH Parish Backhoe
GENERAL ●Septic Systems ●Weeping tiles
CONTRACTORS ●Water Systems ●Basements
• Specializing in water & sewer
Commercial ●All types of excavation●
NEW PRICE installation & repair Residential Certified in waste
• All types of excavation
171 - 6TH AVE. N.E. 43 BEACH RD. 163 – 7TH AVE. S.W., • Basements, Demolition
• Snow removal
867-0400 water management
• Sales of septic tanks
- Lakefront lot ready
- 1,380 sq. ft. 3 bedroom
for new build
- 1,060 sq. ft. bungalow
Kirk 867-0180 867-7506 874-2134 or 867-0383
- Immaculate condition and - 3+1 bedroom, 2 ½ bath
lots of updates - 50’ frontage
- Exterior upgrades and double

- Plenty of room for parking
- Sunroom and double
detached garage $124,900 MLS #1711745
detached garage
$214,900 MLS #1811539
Book this spot
$288,900 MLS # 1729041
Call 204-867 3816

- ¼ section on Little MINNEDOSA - 1,530 sq. ft. 1 1/2 storey BACKHOE & TRUCKING
Saskatchewan River - 1,076 sq. ft. 3 bedroom character home
- Excellent horse barn bungalow - 16.1 acres west of

- Custom built 2 storey home - wood burning fireplace, deck
- Excellent outbuildings, yard
Bill Hopkins 2.indd 1
EAVESTROUGH 4/30/2018 1:04:53 PM
with hot tub
$650,000 MLS # 1803320 and gardens
- Many updates and newly $229,900 MLS # 1808317
fenced yard
$279,900 MLS #1808983
Considering listing your Property? BILL HOPKINS5” AND 6” continuous
204-867-0260 eavestrough
Call me today for great service at great rates!
Siding Roofing
Soffit Fascia

Closed cell Polyurethane Spray foam
Blow in Attic & Wall Fibre Insulation
Fire Retardent Coating

PRAIRIE REDI-MIX ELECTRICAL Electrician 204-867-3738
Minnedosa - 867-3853
R eady Mix Conc rete 204-868-5211 Email:
Concrete forms, Rebar, Wire Mesh,
George Allard, FCGA* Weeping Tile, Concrete Sealer, Snap Ties
Gateway Street All at Competitive
Onanole, MB
Open prices Enterprises Ltd.
8:30 -6:00 Refridgeration
Howard Wirch, C.G.A*
9-515 4th Ave. 116 Main Street
Air Conditioning,
Heating & Electrical Custom
Shoal Lake, MB
Minnedosa 30 Years Fertilizer Minnedosa
Ex perience!! Floating Credit Union
Dauphin Office -
15 1st Ave. S.W.
204 867-5550 ● Roofing ● Decks
Bus : 867-3950
Call today to book your
Phone: 204-638-3005
● Fencing ● Exterior ● Finishing spring floating needs!
Fax: 204-638-5817
● Renovations ● Repairs Fa x: 867-2340
Darvin - 204-868-5869 Main line
*Denotes Professional Corporation AUTO
Robert - 204-867-7113 204-867-6350
204-868-5980 or 204-867-5544 Brad Ross
CatharineÊ Terry McLenehan
Van Veen 204-867-6363
MÊ GijsbersÊ
Chartered Professional
CL Carpentry Ltd. Susan Glasgow
Jon Kowal
Accountant Inc. AC Full-service construction

MinnedosaÊ Debbie Strelczik
Ê 213Ê Ê 2ndÊ StÊ NEÊ Ê -Ê Ê BoxÊ 385Ê Ê
company specializing in 204-867-6360

T:Ê 867-3884Ê Ê Ê C:Ê 867-0190Ê Residential, Commercial Dan Quesnel
Email:Ê Ê Catharine@mts.netÊ
M&M and Farm building. GRAIN 204-867-6359
Donna Dowsett
AUTO BODY HAULING 204-867-6361
BDO Canada, LLP All Auto Body Repairs
Leo or Cherry van Veen Candice Brown
Office: 204 – 826 2292 204-867-6362
Chartered Accountants Ph: 867-2083
and Advisors 5 Main St. North Brian Horner Alayna McTavish
Farm, Business & Individual Grain & Fertilizer Kim Robinson

Call Gregg Hauling
Professional Services: 204-867-6352
Joanne Clarke
~ Tax
Book this spot
~ Accounting Gaylene Johnson
~ Farm Programs $5.52/week 204-867-6357
Sarah Campbell, CGA Fax
39 Main Street South Call 204-867 3816 204-867-6391
Minnedosa 867-2957
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, May 25, 2018 15

WAHOSKI G ORD K E L LY Lakeside St. Alphonsus
Septic Service
Drivers Licenses, Autopac MECHANICAL LTD. Plumbing & Heating Catholic Church
General Insurance Gas Fitting 142
142 4th
4th St, NW.
St, NW. • Lawn Mowing & Trimming
PLUMBING Potable water Minnedosa,MB
MB 867-3831
Cheri McTavish – Broker ph: 867-2084 Minnedosa, 867-3831 • Dandelion Spraying -
867-3946 HEATING cell: 867-0346 delivery. Licensed Pesticide Applicator
Mass Sunday 9:00 a.m.
Book your portable • Fertilizer Application
GAS FITTING toilets. • Licensed Arborist Service
LEGAL AIR CONDITIONING SELF-HELP Erle Jury & Family • Hedge Trimming
• Yard Clean Up
204-867-3121 867-2416
Alexander or A.D.A.M. Cory Johnston ▪ Minnedosa
204-476-5185 Cell: 867-7558
Jackson Anxiety Disorders People Helping People (204)Ê 476-4705Ê
Law Office - Committed to Caring -
B-116 MainSt.St
of Manitoba RAINKE'S
RAINKIES Phone (204) 857-6100
Minnedosa, MB Support Group Sewage Service Fax (204) 857-8389 Prairie Mountain HVAC/R
867-3981 Plumbing & Heating JIM BEAUMONT
Meetings are held at Ventilation/Air quality Neepawa Library 3rd Tuesday of 476-2483
Ty Burton the month 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Owner/Operator
Air Conditioning

Burgess Law
204-868-5358 For more info call:
Debbie Fisch
Cell: 476-6591 Kitchen Equipment
Commercial Gas Fitter
Office (204) 725-8550 Dennis: 476-2766 Commercial & Residential
service specialist
51 Main Street S
ALCOHOLICS 23 Hour Service Walk-ins
Kent Brown
Minnedosa 75 Main Street South
867-2935 Plumbing & Heating
ANONYMOUS 1-204-724-7465 1-204-867-7346
If you like to drink and can
Summit Septic Haircuts, Hot Shaves, • Construction •
That's your business
If you want to stop and can't ServiceS Beard Trims & Hair Tattoos LEONA’S
204-867-5458 That's our business. Minnedosa and surrounding areas Studio Of Image
Frank r. Ford and Darwin
P.O. Box 36 Matthews’ Family Hair Care
L a w O ffi c e PLUMBING & HEATING
Russ Huyghe
or 867-3966 penny Ford TV AND APPLIANCE •Eminence Facials
Alanon - 210-0433 & Product
Norman H. Sims, Q.C. 204-868-6376 Alateen - 867-5121 Owner/Operator SALES AND SERVICE • Pedicures & LCN Nails
7 6 Ma i n S t r e e t S o u t h CONSTRUCTION 867-3401 Minnedosa 204-210-0158 Your Shaw Direct,
MINNEDOSA • 867-2717 Cody Huyghe LG, Samsung, Bell • Spray Tanning
Mtg. Times: 8:00 pm Tuesdays Cells
204-210-0502 Danby Dealer • Piercing
OFFICE MANAGER Drug Problem? 204-868-0851 or 204-868-0863 Computer Sales and Service
• Eyelash Extensions
204-868-6886 Narcotics
email: Systems, Monitors &
67 Main St.
Anonymous can help Minnedosa, MB
Waterpals Phone 867-3164
BURTON PAINTING REAL ESTATE Meetings every Potable Water Delivery E-mail: TAC
Tuesday & Minnedosa and area Ventures Inc.
Myrna Alexander
Cell: 868-5503
Cell: 868-5503
Saturday at 7 p.m. No Job is too small!!! Lake Audy Meats Waste
at Calvary Temple, Also now Paying Cash on Farm Raised Animals Management &
221 Hamilton Street, Scrap Metal Pick up!! Lorne or Ian Arnold Contracting
Neepawa, MB 204-868-5674 (204)476-0002
Book this spot Cells: 204-867-7380
Garbage Removal
Bin Rentals
Construction Demolition
$5.52/week TRADING SERVICES or 204-848-0660 Renovating
Household clean up
Josh McKay - Sales Rep Estate clean ups
Call 204-867 3816 PETER HARRISON 204-210-0740
Phone/Text We now offer Transformative
Call us today for your carpet 142 Main Street North
867-5551 & upholstery cleaning needs. House/Business
Minnedosa, MB

MLA Gently Used Furniture Cleaning Services 204-596-5111
Clothing & Misc. Items THE
- Residential
Donations LEAN
MACHINE - Commercial Book
Estate Sales
Pick-up & Deliveries
AND DETAILING Home: 867-3272 This
Cell: 210-0818 Spot for
Toll Free 844.877.7767 Book this spot ● 204-848-0097
204-848-0400 only $5.52/week ● 204-848-0400 $11.07 per
#7 � 515 4th Avenue Call 204-867 3816
Burlington Place, Shoal Lake, MB week!
16 Friday, May 25, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Treasure Hunting Summer Rec Camps Bridge Club
Returning May 17th

By TAREN HILDEBRAND 1st - Mel Harvey/
Wilf Taylor

S ummer is finally here! My name is Taren Hildebrand
and I am returning as the Summer Coordinator at the
Rec office. I have just finished my third year of post-sec-
2nd - June Clark/
Cliff Lentz
3rd - Cheryl Orr /
ondary education at the University of Manitoba studying Lois Campbell
criminology with a focus on youth. I am very excited to 4th - Boyd/Cindy Grant
be back in Minnedosa for another great summer! 5th - Lois Phillips /
We have an awesome team of counsellors ready Carol Lonsdale
to spend the summer doing a wide variety of activities
with the kids! We’ll be running three different programs
throughout July and August – Tots Camp (ages 3-4), Day
Camps (ages 5-12), and Teen Hangout (ages 11-15). Each
If your label reads

Photo by Hillary Miller
program is designed to provide a fun and energetic atmo-
sphere for each group! There is a wide range of themes 18/05/31
and activities available in each program to ensure that It’s time to renew
The Minnedosa Town-Wide Garage Sale was held on Saturday, May 19th,
and had over 60 sales participating. Most people were up bright and early,
there is something for everyone. your subscription!
If you have any questions about the programs please
trying to find the best deals possible before anyone else got them. call 204-867-2250, email minnedosa.daycamps@gmail.
The event is a long-time tradition in Minnedosa, hosted by the com, or stop by the Rec office at 39C Main Street. 204-867-3816
Retail Committee of the Chamber of Commerce. Can’t wait to get this summer started!

*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)
MAY 25TH - MAY 31ST * 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

CL Leaf tuna white solid/flaked water .............170g .. 3/$8.00
FM pie lemon meringue 10” .....................................................1kg ............. $7.99
Nestle Pure Life water .................................................... 24x500ml ............. $4.50 FM ice cream .............................................................................. 2lt ............. $3.49
NN™ frozen punches/lemonade asstd .............................. 283ml ............. $0.69
Purex liquid detergent cold water/After the Rain . 2.03lt ...... $3.99 Delissio Rustico pizza asstd ............................................ 340-360g ............. $3.99
Snuggle liquid fabric softner................................................. 1.47lt ............. $4.79
Christie cookies asstd ..............................................................300g ............. $2.99 GG vs California/Japanese mix/pasta & vegetable ...500g ...... $1.99
McCain RB straight cut ...........................................................900g ............. $1.99
Dare Breton/Vinta asstd ....................200-250g ...... $1.99 Hagen Daz ice cream asstd .................................................. 500ml ............. $4.99
Quaker chewy/dipps bars asstd ..................................... 150-156g ............. $1.99

Kool Aid Jammers juice boxes ....................................... 10x180ml ............. $2.99
NN™ canned vegetables asstd ............................................ 398ml ..........5/$4.00
NN™ pudding mini packs asstd .............. 4x99g ...... $0.99
NN™ condensed soup asstd ............................................... 284ml ............. $0.88
NN™ vinegar white CP ............................... 4lt ...... $1.99
NN™ cake mix asstd ...............................................................468g ..........4/$5.00 Janes pub style chicken asstd .................................................800g ............. $8.99
NN™ jam/marmalade CP asstd................................................ 1lt ............. $4.49 Smokehouse bacon .................................................................500g ............. $2.99
NN™ medium roast coffee .....................................................925g ............. $7.99 Sirloin tip beef steak.......................................... $4.99/lb
NN™ teriyaki/sweet & sour saue ........................................ 350ml ............. $1.69 Chicken legs fresh..................................................................................... $1.99/lb
NN™ peanuts blanched salted/BBQ .....................................500g ............. $2.49 Pork loin chop sirloin end boneless ........................................................ $2.69/lb
NN™ tomato juice................................................................. 1.36lt ............. $1.99 Ziggy’s black forest ham or honey ham ..............................................$1.29/100g

Alymer tomtoes whole/diced with green pepper .............. 796ml ............. $1.19
D Monte canned fruit asstd ................................................. 398ml ............. $1.79
Campbell broth asstd ........................................................... 900ml ............. $1.89
Sweet baby rays BBQ brown suger ...................................... 425ml ............. $2.17
Bicks pickles baby dills/sweet mixed/yum yum ...... 1lt ...... $3.49
GM Cheerios multi grain/Cinnamon Toast Crunch CP 560-600g ............. $5.49 Tomatoes on the vine ............................................................................... $1.29/lb
Miss Vickies chips asstd ..........................................................220g ............. $2.97 Large Mangos..............................................................................................3/$4.00
Kraft Cheez Whiz .....................................................................450g ............. $5.25 English Cucumbers ....................................................................................... $1.29
Armstrong cheddar bar marble/medium .............................700g ............. $9.49 PC mini potatoes .....................................................................620g ............. $2.99
Kozy Shack Tapioca pudding ..................................................624g ............. $2.49
PC™ greek yogurt vanilla .......................................................500g ............. $3.99
Cauliflower............................................................. $3.49
ES variety salad kit ...................................................................340g ............. $3.99
PC™ shreds triple cheddar.....................................................320g ............. $5.49 Sweet potatoes .......................................................................................... $1.29/lb
Lactantia/Olivina/Parkay margarine asstd850g-1.36kg .. $3.99
NN™ natural cheese slices marble cheddar .........................230g ............. $3.99

BD cheesestring marble ..........................................................336g ............. $5.99

D’Italiano bread/buns asstd .............328-600g .. 2/$5.00 OPEN 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM, 7 DAYS A WEEK • 70 Main Street South, Minnedosa 867-2821
Deli World rye bread light .......................................................500g ............. $1.99