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135 Years

Volume 136 Issue 22 Friday, August 10, 2018 90 cents plus tax

INSIDE Fifteen Years of Rockin’ The Fields
this week
Voiced Over
Joint Landfill


Waves of
Chilliwack rocks the Main Stage during opening night of Rockin’ the Fields 2018.

the turnout. “I am very were just looking to make ready sold pre-sale tickets
Photo by Hillary Miller

back to their classic-rock
pleased with how every- sure that everybody knew for next year,” Brian said roots, which was obvious-

If your
T he fifteenth annual
Rockin’ the Fields
of Minnedosa was host-
thing transpired”, he said.
Wenham said that the
actual numbers for the fes-
that they were there, and
that they were here to keep
everybody safe.”
enthusiastically. “We have
a lot of people looking for-
ward to coming back and
ly a wise move. They did,
however, have some more
modern-classic bands
reads ed on the shore of Lake tival are still unavailable, RFM organizers have doing it all over again.” He playing on Saturday eve-
Minnedosa last weekend, but that he could tell there received some feedback hopes that next year, RFM ning including Buck Cher-
18/08/31 and was a huge success. were more people than from attendees of this can grow again to be even ry and Three Days Grace.
It’s time to With a bigger crowd last year, and there were year’s music festival. A lot a greater success than in Wenham noted, “I think
renew your than they have seen in no major incidents. “We of positive comments from the past. probably Saturday was one
recent years, RFM Board had a great turnout and re- fans who had a great time, This year, the board of our biggest days, and it
President Brian Wenham lationship with the RCMP,” and are looking forward listened to the fans and was received really well.”
Call 867-3816 was very pleased with he said. “They (RCMP) to next year. “We have al- made the decision to go Continued on Page 7

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RCMP Second Quarter Results Westman BBQ Supports
Community Daycare
By Darryl HOlyK tickets for the same period and break-ins to local se-
in 2017. Of those 90 tickets niors. Presentations were

T he results for the sec-
ond quarter of RCMP
municipal reporting for
written last period, 44 have
been written within town
also done to high school
students and new drivers
focussing on the laws of
the Town of Minnedosa The second quarter the road as well as the Li-
have been released, cover- had a total of 556 calls for quor Act.
ing the period from April service, a decrease from Local members have
1st to June 30th, 2018. 767 calls for service dur- also been engaging with
During that time, lo- ing the same time frame children riding bicycles.
cal RCMP continued to last year. Of those calls, 369 Children found properly
enhance road safety and were rural with 187 urban. wearing their bike safety
wrote 90 traffic tickets with Other activities by the helmets receive a coupon
eight written warnings. local RCMP included sev- for a free ice cream, spon-
This is down by just two eral presentations on fraud sored by the Dari Isle.

Wage Increase For Town Employees
By Darryl HOlyK fective July 1st, 2018 to De- Next year, 2019, a
cember 31st, 2021. Health Care Spending Ac-

T he Town of Minnedosa
has ratified its collec-
tive agreement with its em-
Included in the new
agreement is a one percent
increase effective July 1st,
count will be introduced
with an annual maximum
benefit of $150.
Photo by Hillary Miller

ployees.   This includes 10 2018 with an additional “I think it’s a reason- By Hillary Miller man Board members Leo beque, and all required
full-time employees and two percent or Consumer able agreement under the Boivin and Lorne Zacha- groceries at a discounted
seasonal and part-time Price Index (CPI) increase circumstances and it pro-
employees as required.
The Union representing
(whichever is higher) ef-
fective each January 1st for
vides some longer-term
stability for both parties,”
W estman Communi-
cations Group held
the Westman Annual Char-
rias, who is also General
Manager of Heritage Co-
op, and Westman Commu-
price. Westman Commu-
nications Group organized
the event, paid for all gro-
the employees is Local 987 2019, 2020 and 2021. Over stated Mayor Ray Orr. “The ity BBQ in the Minnedosa nications Group Executive cery costs, and co-ordinat-
of the International Union the term of the agreement new Council will have Heritage Co-op parking Assistant, Susan Baker. ed the publicity and adver-
of Operating Engineers.  there will be staged in- three years in office before lot on Wednesday, July There were also five vol- tising for the event.
The recent settlement creases to the on-call rates this agreement expires so 25th. The event was held in unteers from the MCCCC; Baker noted that West-
provides for a three-and- from $1.00 to $2.00 per they’ll have time to be- support of the expansion Teresa Guillas, Lindsay man Communications
a-half year agreement ef- hour. come familiar with it.”  project for the Minnedosa Konsorada, Julie Brown, Group serves nearly 40
Community Child Care Kathleen Klemeski and communities, and “be-
Co-op (MCCCC) and Brandi Thompson. lieves it’s important to
Well Water Testing Day raised $475 for the group
to use as it sees fit.
The event could not
have been successful with-
support initiatives in all
the markets we serve. We
Approximately 120 out the aid of Heritage focus on supporting youth,
August 21st, 2018 people attended the bar- Co-op, who supported the education and technology
9:00 a.m. - 11:30 p.m. beque. Volunteers at the barbeque by providing the related initiatives.”
event included West- venue, the propane bar-

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Ratepayers Voice Many Concerns Over Proposed Joint Landfill
By Hillary Miller by the engineers. One community that relies on airport. An email was sent The panel then men- bring their refuse there,
concern of the panel is that river. She suggested to Transport Canada, and tioned the number of which begs the question

C oncerned residents
gathered at the Sandy
Lake Drop-In Centre on
the proximity to the river,
especially given the pos-
sibility of a high-rain year,
that the site was chosen
because it was more eco-
nomically feasible, rather
they learned from Trans-
port Canada Inspector Jim
McPhee, that an airport
sloughs that are near the
site. While these have not
been counted in the as-
“where will that garbage
The session was then
the evening of Tuesday, which could cause erosion than being the most envi- could actually be located sessment, they include a opened up questions from
August 7th to discuss plans and leeching into the wa- ronmentally appropriate within 4 km from a land- 20 acre slough and the riv- those concerned ratepay-
for the new proposed joint ter. location. fill site, suggesting that er. The proposed liners that ers in attendance. One
landfill site in the area. Another concern is The panel worried that the R.M. of Clanwilliam- may need to be put in the community member
An area councillor that the trucks going to the the landfill will grow into Erickson’s claim has less various bodies of water to pointed out that steps need
provided The Minnedosa dump will not have access a Class One landfill site, merit. A member of the protect them from leech- to be taken to control what
Tribune with information to the landfill site due to which will be bigger than panel then contacted his ing, cost about $0.5 mil- information is given to the
regarding the recent in- the restricted roads that councillors suggest and MLA, and is still awaiting a lion. The panel wondered media, to ensure that their
formation sessions which lead to it at certain times of will be accepting of more response. who will be paying for each side of the story is told, and
appeared in last week’s year, which the group sug- hazardous waste. The pan- It was stated at the of these? They pointed out not just that of the council,
edition. However, after gested that the council had el is concerned about the meeting that a panel mem- that the liners only have a who has a specific goal in
hearing the opinions of not properly considered. eyesore this will be, since ber has inquired whether lifespan of approximately mind. That same commu-
many concerned commu- The amount of power it will be visible from High- or not there is a better lo- 25 years and as the site is nity member noted that all
nity members, these com- required to run the landfill way #250, and it is also cation for this regional expected to have a lifespan council meetings regard-
ments may have been mis- was also considered at the likely that garbage from landfill and was told that of about 75 years, these ing the new landfill were
leading and have greatly meeting, which will come the landfill will blow into there was, but as the land liners will need to be re- held ‘in-camera’ mean-
upset some concerned from Sandy Lake, and the neighbouring lands, taking for the proposed site has placed. This will potential- ing that there has been no
ratepayers. Many of the group worried that coun- away from the beauty and already been purchased, ly impact the water bodies transparency surrounding
residents in attendance cil and planners have not cleanliness of the area. the planning committee if not replaced at appropri- this topic.
expressed a high degree considered how this will There was also frus- are not interested in mov- ate times. With this, they One concerned citizen
of upset over the proposed work. tration expressed that the ing it to a different loca- pointed out the uncer- wondered what power the
site and the previous ar- Another panel mem- information letter received tion. When the purchase tainty that if there is a leak, public has in this situation.
ticle in The Tribune. ber felt concern about the by some residents should of the land was made, the since the land may not be With an upcoming elec-
The panel at Tues- implications of the cost have been received by all panel suggested that it rezoned, it is unclear who tion, the group felt there
day night’s meeting in- and how much taxpayers residents prior to March was still covered in snow, will be paying for the clean was hope in sight, and
cluded five individuals, all will need to pay. She wor- 2017. Some residents are meaning that purchas- up. public meetings will be
of whom wished to have ries that the Federal funds, only receiving it now, mak- ers could not have known Another panel mem- held at a later date for the
their names omitted from that come from pairing ing it what she referred to the state of the land. They ber pointed out that once public to voice their con-
reports in the newspaper. with Indigenous commu- as a “hush-hush project”. also pointed out that the the federal funding is com- cerns and questions to the
These concerned individu- nities, will not be enough The group explained land was purchased after pleted, if one of the eleven engineers and councillors.
als specified that the group to cover the full amount. that the landfill will not be the preliminary report was partners in the project is
is not working against the This could leave taxpayers in close proximity to the completed, but before any unable to pay their share, Continued
dump and recycling cen- in the area, which is large- R.M of Clanwilliam-Erick- final report. they will not be able to on Page 6
tre, but that they are op- ly made up of seniors on son, who they suggest used
posed to the environmen- pension plans, having to their “trump card”, which is
tal impact on where the foot the bill. the airport near Erickson.
landfill will be located, and Also sitting on the They noted that this is a IC T M U SE U M & H
how area councils have panel was a member who part of why the proposed DI AG
handled the situation. holds an environmental site was chosen, since a A E
One of the panel degree and was encour- landfill cannot be within a O


members suggested that aged to attend the meet- certain proximity to an air-

the group planning the ing. She seconded the port.

dump has been asked a lot potential of erosion into Through research that
of questions but have not the Little Saskatchewan has been done since the
provided many answers, River, which would impact proposal for the landfill
explaining that the lack of not only the Sandy Lake came to light, the panel

answers is due to await- area, but also Minnedosa learned that a landfill can-

ing information provided and Rivers, and any other not be within 15km of an

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Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Around PCs Remain Firm on Promises Made
tough sanctions for driving under the influence of
Under The Dome Our Manitoba government is going further to deal
By with Ottawa’s planned cannabis legalization, by pro-
hibiting the smoking and vaping of cannabis at out-
By Darryl Holyk GREG NESBITT door public places such as sidewalks, restaurant pati-
Riding Mountain MLA os, parks, school grounds and beaches. This restriction
builds on our provincial legislation that bans vaping
West Nile… and smoking cannabis at enclosed public places.
The first human case of West Nile Virus this year has We have given better parental leave options to

been confirmed in a child under the age of ten from the uring our spring legislative session, which con- new parents while extending leave provisions for Man-
Southern Health region in the southeast part of the prov- cluded on Monday, June 25th, our Progressive itobans caring for critically ill members of their fami-
ince. Manitoba Health advises that the risk for potential Conservative government took several important lies. We have, in addition, taken firm steps to decrease
human exposure to the virus is currently high and will re- steps as part of our commitment to fix Manitoba’s fi- the number of Indigenous children in the Child and
main so for the next few weeks. Residents can reduce the nances, repair our services and rebuild the economy. Family Services system through community-based
risk of being bitten by infected mosquitos by reducing the Budget 2018, which we introduced in March, prevention and customary care, which recognizes the
amount of time spent outdoors from dusk to dawn, using brings real progress for families in reducing the deficit role of Indigenous communities in raising kids while
mosquito repellent, wearing light-coloured, loose-fitting by $319 million, delivering the largest tax cut ever seen preserving their cultural identity.
clothing and ensuring that door and window screens are in Manitoba and keeping our government on sched- We are better protecting whistleblowers in the
secure and free of holes. ule toward reducing the provincial sales tax to seven provincial public sector, as we also restore account-
per cent by 2020, as we have promised. The budget ability by ensuring the public disclosure of employ-
In the running… makes Manitoba’s largest-ever investment in health
care and increases funding for the education and fam-
ment contracts within the provincial government and
the disclosure of severance payments to political em-
The following question has been posed to members ilies departments, while ensuring we further upgrade ployees.
of Minnedosa Town Council, “Are you letting your name our infrastructure. When the legislative session resumes this fall,
stand in the upcoming Civic Election?” Here are the an- We are bringing improved planning efficiency to our government will continue debate on our plan to
swers: Ray Orr – No, Harvey Wedgewood – No, Frank rural municipalities with the Planning Amendment strengthen conflict-of-interest rules for MLAs and on
Taylor – Yes, Rick Saler – Yes, Judith MacDowall – Maybe, Act, while allowing municipalities to use an evidence- our Wildlife Amendment Act, which would better reg-
Len Luker – Maybe, Pat Skatch – Maybe. based approach to ensure fair opportunities for de- ulate night hunting to improve public safety.
velopment and growth. With separate legislation, our We remain committed to making Manitoba the
Good Rockin’ tonight… government is also cutting red tape by consolidating
the licensing system for heavy trucks, and we are al-
most improved province in Canada. The legislative
steps we have taken in this past spring session have
Other than an afternoon down pour and some hail
on Saturday, the August long weekend forecast was per- lowing municipalities to set speed limits on their kept us firmly on that path.
fect for the thousands of rock fans who took in the tunes roads.
and comradery at the fifteenth annual Rockin’ the Fields As well, we are improving safety on Manitoba’s Greg Nesbitt is the Member of Legislative Assem-
of Minnedosa. Early last week, the festival campgrounds streets and highways through licence suspensions for bly for the Riding Mountain constituency. He can be
began filling up with die-hard rock fans and following the use of hand-held electronic devices while driving. reached at 204-759-3313, toll-free 1-844-877-7767 or by
another successful festival weekend, there was a steady And to prepare for the upcoming federal legalization email at
flow of camper traffic heading out of Minnedosa all day of the recreational use of cannabis, we are imposing
Monday. Hats off to all organizers and volunteers in-
volved in another smooth run for the annual festival.
With this year’s festival wrapped up, planning for 2019
will soon begin!
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During the recent Provincial Government Cabinet Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
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pointed Legislative Assistant to new Minister of Health, Died - February 20, 1932 Views expressed in Letters to the Editor are
Seniors and Active Living, Cameron Friesen. at Cornwall, Ontario those of the writer and are not necesarily the
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What Kind of Grown-Up Do You Want
Your Child/Children to Become?
By SHERRILOU POLLON sation happening regarding education with an end goal Ye O l d
of getting the dream job and being able to support them-

I f I was to hazard a guess I would say you want your
child/children to become well rounded adults. Mean-
ing, that they are living a balanced life in the following
selves as adults? Is getting homework done, happening?
Is your tween/teen working part-time perhaps babysit-
ting or in one of the local businesses? Maybe they have
areas; home life, mental/emotional, social/friends/com- their own business grass cutting, snow removal, etc. Do
munity, spiritual, occupational/school/financial, physi- all the kids above the age of two, have chores. For the very
cal/health, family/brothers/sisters, and recreational/fun little it may be helping pick up and put away their toys.
by the time they become adults. Mental/Emotional – is your child/tween/teen gen-
Every area of our life interacts with another. If you erally happy, talkative, wanting to interact with all family
find yourself struggling in one area of life it will impact members? 1888 – There was a good attendance at a public
others. So, checking in on how you and your children are Physical/Health – what does meal and snack times meeting to discuss school matters. There was a unan-
mastering all areas of life is important to a balanced life. look like in your house? Are there fruits, veggies, pro- imous opinion, that on no account, should the school
Assess all eight areas for a well-rounded life. Assess tein sources, healthy drinks including water (sugary fruit be closed. A subscription list was opened and the
the areas with a 1=Not good to 10=Great. If you give a five drinks and pop do not qualify as healthy beverages). Are handsome sum of $245 subscribed immediately.
or less in any area that means there is room for improve- you and your children outside playing games, hiking,
ment. Having an eight and above in all areas indicates bike riding, in general up and moving? Yes, this includes 1898 – Minnedosa had a narrow escape from a se-
that you and your children are having a very well-round- the tweens and teens. rious fire when a couple of gentlemen walking past
ed life experience. Family – are all members in the family getting along Boyd’s Warehouse thought they smelled smoke. The
and enjoying spending time together? place suddenly lighted up with a blaze in a barrel of
Check in with the “Wheel of a Balanced Life” Recreational/Fun – as a family unit do you make refuse which they quickly tumbled into the street and
time to go on a holiday, weekend away, and if that’s not the fire put out.
affordable go as a family unit to the park for a picnic, go
skating, hiking, movie night, board game or card game
1908 – A very large mushroom has been picked
near The Tribune office. It measures nine-and-one-
half-inches across the top.
You may have noticed that interacting on social
media whether it’s on a computer or cell phone doesn’t
make it onto the “wheel of a balanced life”. Children/ 1918 – Some car owners at Clanwilliam will be
tweens/teens, no matter the age all have to have regular called on to pay a fine for speeding if they do not cut
interaction in person, with other members of their fami- it out.
lies and friends to have a well-balanced life so they can
go out into world with high self-esteem and confidence. 1928 – Work has begun on the new Pool Elevator at
Although we can’t guarantee how our kids will “turn out”, Clanwilliam.
every interaction we have with them does shape their
lives – especially when they are young and their core
Home Life – what’s happening at home absolutely thoughts and belief systems are being formed. 1948 – Town Council condemned the government
has an impact on every other area in your child’s life. Is Sitting down as a family to go through this exercise for lack of interest in re-establishing the dam here.
the home in general, a happy supportive environment? can help them understand why you make the decisions
Social/friends/community - does your child/ you make (such as why you don’t buy them sweet treats 1958 – A group of local business men, called
tween/teen have friends, go to birthday parties, play every time you go to the grocery store, why they have Minnedosa Enterprises, purchased a lot from the
in the park with other kids, generally feel comfortable household responsibilities, and why you don’t serve Town for $50 to go along with two other lots already
around other kids? Interacting with other kids only on cookies for supper). in its pocession and a feed mill be erected here very
social media is a one. Does your child/tween/teen feel Checking in to see how your family is doing on the shortly.
comfortable volunteering within the community? “Wheel of a Balanced Life” is something that should be
Spirituality – whether you have a particular faith or done on a regular basis. With work, kid’s activities, other
not, are values and morals being talked about within the adult commitments it is so easy to get out of balance and
1968 – There is a lot of construction underway in
the Northwest corner of town. The new St. Alphonsus
home? not even realize it. Have fun with this exercise and re-
Roman Catholic Church is being built at an approxi-
Occupational/School/Financial - is there conver- member, “Life is a beautiful journey”.
mate cost of $88,000 as well as a number of temporary
classrooms at Crossley Collegiate.

MYJC Closing for the Season
As summer begins to slowly wind down, so does the program at
Tribune Deadline 1978 – Sgt. Duane LaCoste will take charge of the
Minendosa RCMP detachment on or about August
14th. Born in Saskatchewan, LaCoste joined the force
the Minnedosa Manitoba Youth Job Centre (MYJC). As the Youth
Engagement Leader, I would like to thank a number of people for
Tuesday at 12 Noon 15 years ago and will replace Sgt. Clare Mealing, who
their support throughout our successful season. has retired.
To begin with, a big thank-you goes out to my Sponsoring
Committee, Yellowhead Regional Employment Skills and Services, 1988 – Ducks Unlimited reports that this has been
who have been very supportive of the MYJC Program. As well, one of the worst years for ducks since they set up in
many thanks are due to the numerous employers, both businesses
and homeowners, who have placed job orders with the centre this
Canada 50 years ago. Drought conditions have cre-
summer. Your participation in the job referral service provides youth ated horrible habitat conditions.
and students in our community with the opportunity to gain work
experience and an income. Thank-you to all of the volunteers who
helped out at any of our events, and to the community members 1998 – A 20-year-old male was killed when he fell
who attended. The MYJC Program depends on the partnership with into the path of a moving trailer during Classic Rock
community members, and our success is due largely to you. Thanks!

Last, but not least, a huge thank-you goes out to the students
Dr. Derek Papegnies 98. An estimated 20,000 fans attended this year’s fes-
and youth who registered with the centre. We hope that your
job search continues to be successful!
OPTOMETRIST 2008 – Only hours before Vince Li brutally mur-
The MYJC Offices close for the season on Friday, August 17th. dered Tim McLean on a Greyhound bus near Portage,
We will re-open in May of 2019, so be sure to look for us in spring. he sold his laptop to Erickson teen, Darren Beatty. Af-
If you have any last-minute questions about the MYJC and its
services, please don’t hesitate to call me at (204) 868-0364. ter the RCMP took the laptop for their investigation,
Enjoy the rest of your summer! 129-2nd Avenue S.W., Minnedosa, MB an anonymous Montreal man generously sent Beatty
FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL: $600 to purchase a new laptop.
Kassia Hollier
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Sandy Lake News
By Diane Bachewich spent most of the time liv- Visiting with Helen treated everyone to coffee sie Kristalovich who is in Irene Shandala is the
ing at their acreage just off Derhak during the week at the Drop-In Centre. the Minnedosa Hospital. new resident at the Sandy

B rian and Kathy Bragg
returned home to
Sherwood Park, AB af-
the #45 Highway.
Get well wishes to
Norman Mymko who is in
was granddaughter Larissa
Kempthorn and children
Emerson and Winston
Breann Brookman of
Winnipeg and Tyson Bach-
ewich of Saskatchewan
Peter and Pat Prokop-
chuk visited with daughter
Tanya and Dennis Steel
Lake Personal Care Home.
Steven and Kim Kuzmak
and little Jack of Calgary
ter spending a week with the Brandon Hospital. of Boissevain along with spent Saturday with their and family at Brooks, AB spent a few days with mom
mom Sadie Rystephanuk. Doug and Linda Hay- Butch and Joan Derhak of Baba, Helen Derhak. recently. Frances Kuzmak.
Get well wishes to hurst are enjoying their Oakburn. Spending some time Happy Birthday to Gary and Doreen Sta-
Gary Derhak who is recov- daughter Katrina and little Sympathy to the Pro- with John Domaschuk was Nestor Drul who celebrat- pleton just enjoyed a visit
ering after spending time grandson Josi from Bovar- sken and Paraschuk fami- daughter Holly of Victoria, ed his 89th birthday and from Doreen’s twin sister
in Calgary Hospital. ia, Germany who will be lies on the passing of Olga BC and son Lindsay of Cal- treated everyone at the Coreen from Nanaimo, BC.
Brett Bachewich and staying with them for a Prosken. gary, AB. Drop-In Centre to coffee
boys Sawyer and Jacob of month. Francis Kuzmak at- Speedy recovery to El- and treats.

Landfill Concerns
Medicine Hat, AB visited Relatives and friends tended a 50th wedding An-
with Ovia Bachewich and attended a four-year me- niversary in Saskatoon.
other family members this morial service for the late A very beautiful trib-
past week. George Buhay. The service ute goes out to Olive Kow-
Don and Patti Hnatuik was held at the Rackham alchuk and family on do- continued from Page 3 sentiment of the panel re- us.” The general feeling for
of Stonewall were in for the Catholic Church with a nating a Granite Bench at mained that the expecta- the group was that they
weekend and attended a luncheon followed at the the Sandy Lake Beach in Another commu- tion for the community to had been blind-sided by
class reunion at the Robin- Sandy Lake Drop-In Cen- memory of her husband, nity member questioned reach that 60% within the their elected council mem-
son farm. tre. Anthony. What a great lo- whether the landfill will be expected timeframe is un- bers with the proposed
Sympathy is extended The lucky winner of cation to sit and remember the eyesore that the crowd realistic. landfill site, and they are
to the family of Al Panko the monthly Men’s 50/50 the treasured memories. was suggesting, since the The panel once again concerned that the ma-
formally of Portage la Prai- draw for July was Rudy A belated Happy Birth- hope of the proposal is that stressed that the group is jor issues surrounding the
rie. Al and his wife Debbie Usick of Erickson. day to Pat Prokopchuk who up 60% will be recycled. not against landfill sites, landfill site are not being
The panel was of the opin- but that the proposed site properly addressed. Panel
ion that the 60% would will be an eyesore with en- members advised commu-
not be reached, especially vironmental and financial nity members to attend at
within the short timeframe issues. “We still need this least one of the upcoming

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Rockin’ Weekend Weekend Boaters Stranded
Continued from Page 1 By Hillary Miller help locate the distressed group of individuals
out on the water. With this, Kane was able to
Other big-name headline acts appearing in Minnedosa throughout
the weekend included Burton Cummings, Trooper, Headpins, Helix, Kim
Mitchell, Chilliwack, Honeymoon Suite and more.
T he Minnedosa Fire Department was dis-
patched amid all of the weekend’s festivi-
ties. On Friday, August 3rd, a call came in at
guide the two fire department zodiacs to where
the tubers were located.
This, along with the aid of RCMP, who were
Now that the 2018 August long weekend is wrapped up, dedicated vol- 8:49 p.m. for a water rescue. able to ping the cell phones of the tubers, al-
unteers have spent the days following the festival cleaning the site and get- The four individuals involved had been lowed for the tubers to be found at 9:27 p.m.
ting it ready to “put to bed” for the off-season. However, Brian noted that tubing on the river from Ski Valley, and due to The tubers were brought back to the boat
it really wasn’t in bad shape after the crowds left. “Everybody just respects the low water levels this year, it took longer than launch, where EMS were awaiting their arrival
the site out here, which is really good,” he said. He is very grateful for the they had anticipated to reach the lake, causing to ensure that they were all okay.
continued support of the RFM board, the RCMP, the many volunteers who them some concern for their well-being. “It was a great collaborative effort with a
made the weekend a success – and of course, the fans. You could not hold With the sun beginning to set, they placed good outcome,” said Minnedosa Fire Chief,
a successful weekend music festival without fans! a call for help and the local Fire Department re- Dean Jordan.
With many months of hard work and planning behind them and an- sponded, and also requested the assistance of While the Minnedosa Fire Department has
other successful Rockin’ the Fields weekend wrapped up, organizers are Mutual Aid, as well as the Rivers Fire Depart- trained numerous times with the zodiac, this
looking forward to a short break to catch their breath and relax before get- ment. Both fire departments responded to the was the first time it has been deployed for real-
ting to work on plans for Rockin’ the Fields 2019! call with their zodiac boats, and Dale Kane was life use. “It worked great,”stated Jordan.
contacted to assist with his plane in order to

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301 Exhibits At Flower Show
ing place earlier that day. points in the categories
The exhibits were for Fruits and Vegetables,
judged by Brent Hunter as well as in Sweet Peas
from Neepawa and Gwen and Roses were awarded
Beam from Brandon. In to Donna Dillabough, and
all, there were 301 exhib- the most points in the cat-
its that were staged at the egories of Cut Flowers and
flower show by 13 adult ex- Arrangements, Gladioli,
hibitors. While the number Dahlias and Potted Plants
of entries in each category were awarded to Albert
were about the same as Parsons. The most points
last year, exhibit numbers in show overall went to
in the Gladioli and Veg- Parsons, with Dillabough
etable/Fruit classes were securing second place.
down slightly from 2017. For those who attended
Special prize winners the show to view the many
for the event include El- colourful entries, refresh-
sie and Dorothy Tomlin- ments and visiting were a
son for Best Rose, Albert pleasant part of the after-
Parsons for Best Dahlia noon. Angel cake, coffee,
and Best Foliage Plant, tea and rhubarb punch Photo by Hillary Miller
Photo by Hillary Miller Donna Dillabough for Best was available for all to en-
Gladioli Spike, Diana Mc- joy. aged to raise $270. In addi- in an additional $134.
By HILLARY MILLER Friday, August 3rd at the
Bratney for Best Floral ar- While there was no tion to this, a rainbow auc- Both of these figures are
Minnedosa Community
rangement and Best Flow- admittance fee, the Horti- tion was held, with items an increase from last year’s
T he Minnedosa Horti-
cultural Society held
its annual Flower Show on
Conference Centre. The
event ran from 2 p.m. to 4
p.m., with the judging tak-
ering Plant, and Audrah
Caughell for Best Lily.
cultural Society did ask for
donations upon entry, and
donated by members of
the Minnedosa Horticul-
show, demonstrating what
a success this year’s event
Additionally, the most through this, they man- tural Society. This brought was.



Rubber or
J im and Nancy Greer hosted 65 guests to a family re-
union on the weekend. All four of the Greer sons were
present. Mike and Younghye from Vancouver, Don and
Karen from Edmonton, Robert and Natasha from Nes- Self-inking
bit and Shaun and Christine from Kenmay. Also present


The Minnedosa
were all seven of Nancy’s siblings. Visitors at the reunion
came from Western Canada and Australia. Many photos Since 1883

were taken for memories.
Doug and Karen Northam hosted a farewell gather-
ing in honour of their daughter Janice and granddaugh-
ter baby Ava Melson of Australia. They will be leaving
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Scrapbook Photos by Hillary Miller
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Mazier Enters MP Race
By Hillary Miller a provincial renewable en-
ergy initiative.
Three In The Race
W ith the next federal
election just around
the corner, there are a few
In 1984, Mazier gradu-
ated from the University
of Manitoba’s Agriculture L ast Wednesday, Dan Mazier was in town and
met with a group of local residents to discuss his
eager candidates gearing Diploma Program, and intention of running for the Conservative Party of
up in hopes of winning the in 2013 he was honoured Canada in the upcoming Federal Election.
nomination for the Con- with a certificate of merit Two other candidates have also announced
servative Party of Canada. for his contributions in the their intentions to run for the Tory nomination:
The first to announce his agriculture industry. Floyd Martens of the Roblin area and Ben Fox from
intentions was Dan Mazier. With all of this expe- Dauphin. Watch for interviews with these candi-
Mazier, 54, has spent rience in his life, Mazier dates in an upcoming edition of The Tribune.
his life farming grains, oil feels he is well suited for At press time, no date has been set for the nom-
seeds and specialty crops the job of Member of Par- ination meeting to select the candidate who will
near Justice. He and his liament. “I have basically run in the election to be this area’s next Member of
wife, Leigh, have two adult been training for this job Parliament.
children. Mazier has spent for the last eight years,” he
time as President of Key- said. “With KAP, I was not
stone Agriculture Produc- only working with the gov- and I think the govern- to help industries and in-
ers (KAP) since 2015, prior ernment of the day, but ment can get the heck out dividuals move into a dif-
to which he completed also all sides of govern- of the way.” Dan cited the ferent system that is more
a four-year commitment ment trying to push for- issues with transportation environmentally friendly.
as Vice-President. Before ward policy that affected to and from Churchill, MB He not only wants to see
holding these positions, all of rural Manitoba.” as one of the motivators for the protection of the envi-
Mazier sat on the KAP When the announce- needing to improve these ronment, but also the en-
board from 2001-2006, ment came that Robert services. Even though this hancement of it.
and was one of the found- Sopuck, the current MP for falls without the riding, he With regards to taxa-
ing members of the KAP the Dauphin-Swan River- Photo by Darryl Holyk noted that it does impact tion, Mazier suggests that
Young Farmer Committee. Neepawa riding, would type of renewable energy by Greyhound to cease communities in our riding. government needs to look
He was the Western Repre- not be seeking re-election, policies,” he said. its services in the prairie Working on building at who they are taxing and
sentative on the Canadian Mazier began receiving If successful in his provinces. “There is an op- communities, moderniz- why. With recent discus-
Young Farmers Forum, calls from trusted people nomination, Mazier has portunity at the provincial ing their utilities is another sions of a potential crip-
and represented KAP on suggesting that he run for an array of plans in store. level and even at the feder- of Mazier’s priorities. He pling taxation process for a
the Canadian Federation the position. “One of my main priorities al level. I think they should recognizes that infrastruc- lot of rural Canada, he not-
of Agriculture board, and When considering is the digital infrastructure be some kind of backstop ture modernization has ed, “I don’t want to see the
spent time lobbying on running for the nomina- for the riding and for rural to make sure that people been agreed upon by the light of day for that kind
Parliament Hill. It is safe tion, Dan went through Canada,” he said, referring can move in Canada,” he federal government, but of language ever again. It
to say that agriculture, and a long questionnaire to specifically to the recent said. “The moving of goods believes that the unique would put the death nail
the promotion and pro- determine his values, to tornado in Alonsa, and is one thing, but the mov- challenges presented by into a lot of rural Canada.”
tection of it, is something ensure that they matched the lack of communica- ing of people is even more this riding should be high- He hopes the government
close to Mazier’s heart. with those of the Conser- tive technology available important.” He pointed lighted. can work with businesses,
In other areas of com- vative Party of Canada. to residents during the dif- out that this movement Environment protec- especially entrepreneurs,
munity, Mazier has served Upon completion, he re- ficult time. “I want to see can be via rail, air, or road, tion is an initiative that is to encourage a future-type
as a school trustee for Roll- alized how strongly his how we can modernize it but he believes that it is an important to Dan, which of thinking, rather than the
ing River School Division views matched those of the for all constituents.” issue worth pursuing. He was highlighted by his old way of thinking, “rather
and has sat on the board conservatives, and knew it Transportation is an- stressed that the enhance- work with the Manitoba than just do the easy thing
for the Manitoba Sustain- was the right party for him. other big issue. This is ments on Bill C-49 has Sustainable Energy As- and tax everybody.”
able Energy Association, “One of the ones was sup- inclusive of not only the been a very good first step, sociation. He noted that Mazier is busy seeking
the Mid-Assiniboine Con- porting agriculture, and transportation of goods, but that there still needs “to while the Liberal Govern- support from individuals
servation District, and the that agriculture should be but also of people. This be accountability on when ment wants to impose a in this nomination process
Assiniboine River Basin a key component to the issue is particularly rel- the government should carbon tax as a solution, so that he will be able to
Initiative (ARBI). He was business and financial evant given the recent step in – we set up the rules he believes there are other run as a candidate in the
a founding member of El- wellbeing of Canada. Also, announcement made of engagement really well, ways to create incentives next Federal election.
ton Energy Co-operative, the development of any

Newdale News
By RAVEN’S GLEN WI sa Personal Care Home. ebrated her 99th birthday renewing acquaintances Medicine Hat, AB. Darren farm just across the valley
The funeral was held Au- on August 5th. at the Honeycomb B and and Colbi will be making north of Newdale. The

B arb and Dennis Ped-
ersen attended the
U12 Westman Magic Pro-
gust 2nd in Minnedosa
with burial at Cadurcis
Cemetery with Elgin Hall
The family of the late
Jean (McLean) Irwin, for-
merly of the Sandy Lake
B at Onanole. Jean and
her husband Bob farmed
north of the village where
their home in Medicine
Hat where they’ve both
been employed for several
children took their school-
ing in Montcalm, Newdale
and Strathclair schools.
vincial League Playoffs at presiding. Larry’s mother, Nursing Home gathered they raised their three chil- years. Nicole and Dwayne The farm is still family
Blumberg Field, Winni- Mary, just recently was on July 12th for the inter- dren. After Bob’s passing, Hopkins and their daugh- owned, being farmed by
peg, on July 27th to 29th, able to return to her suite ment of her ashes in the Jean resided in Harrison ter, flower-girl Charlotte, Bill’s brother, Bryan.
where their granddaughter in the refurbished Town South Cemetery. Home for House for several years be- from Medicine Hat, also We send sympathy to
Kelsey Huibers and her View Manor. the service were her sons fore moving to the Nursing attended. Doreen (English) Staple-
team won out over Smitty’s Very special August Brian; Bill, Nancy, grand- Home at Sandy Lake. On August 4th the ton and Shirley (English)
Terminators to bring home birthday wishes are being children Scott, Stacey and Delbert, Kim, and Welbourne and Davies and Malcolm Rose and
the Gold Medal. Well sent to Ida Bradley, Peter Ben; and daughter Bev Shirley Pederson trav- families gathered for the their families on the pass-
done Kelsey! Kelsey is the Weetman and Lil Farrend. and husband Bob Sadler elled to Saskatoon, SK to interment of the ashes of ing of their cousin Ger-
daughter of Christa and Peter has a ways to go to of Australia. Joining them celebrate the wedding of Bill Welbourne who passed ald Reid. Gerald was also
Leo Huibers of Brandon. catch the ladies! We’d also for the interment were Shirley’s grandson, Darren away earlier this year. We a cousin of the Osborne
We send our sympathy like to send special greet- the McLean relatives of to Colbi Reynolds on Au- send our sympathy to all family, Jerry, Kathy, Pat-
to Larry and Kerrie Dyck ings to Margaret (McNabb) Strathclair. Following the gust 4th at Colbi’s parents’ the family members. Bill’s rick, Bev and Blaine, their
on the passing of Larry’s Ridgeway of Red Deer, AB, service, the families en- home. Darren is the son of parents, Jim and Minnie, Mother Marge’s brother.
Dad, Isaac at the Minnedo- Lil’s older sister, who cel- joyed a time of visiting and Rod and Barb Pederson of raised their children on the
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edition. All classified advertisements must be prepaid BEFORE benefits. Candidates must

have minimum 2 years retail
insertion. experience, and knowledge
Walking? Franklin Flea Market to of farm and/or construction
The Minnedosa Tribune is not responsible for be held at the Franklin Me- practices.

typographical errors published AFTER the first insertion, nor Hip or Knee morial Hall on Saturday, Sep-
Applicants must be

bondable, able to work
does it assume responsibility for errors published as a result of tember 15th from 11:00 a.m. Saturdays, and have the
an advertisement placed, changed, or cancelled, by telephone. 2008 custom built Restrictions in daily – 3:00 p.m. Lunch Available.
ability to supervise multiple
To ensure your advertisement appears correctly please submit 1100’ bungalow on 56’x132’ activities? Anybody wanting a table Please apply in person to:
it in person, by fax, mail, or email. level lot with 22’x62’ front please contact Linda Fleger Sammy’s Farm Supply
$2,500 20 Mountain Road South,
concrete drive.  Open con- Tax Credit at 204-476-2689 or 204-212- Dauphin, MB
cept with vaulted ceilings.  0711. Tables are $10.00 each.
$40,000 or email:

AUCTIONS FOR SALE 4 bedrooms, main floor
laundry, 2 bathrooms. 
refund cheque/ x

Basement fully developed. 

It’s not a thing
Disability Tax
SIFIEDS. Reach over 400,000 WS, EHWT, ICF founda-
readers weekly. Call this tion, wrap around deck 204-453-5372
newspaper NOW or email for de-
16’x10’, 10’x8’ garden shed. 
Home is wheelchair friend-
ly.  Open house - Sunday, COMING EVENTS of the past!
August 12th  from 2:30 -
BATTERIES FOR EVERY- 4:00 p.m., 319 2nd St. S.E. Frontier Trading Com- If you are reading this ad
THING. Automotive, farm, Minnedosa, MB.  $327,500  pany Inc.’s Annual General
construction, ATV, marine, Ph/text 204 867 0821 for Meeting will be taking place
we have just proven that
motorcycle, golf carts, phones, info or viewing. (21-2) on August 15th, 2018 at the newspaper advertising
tools, radios, computers etc. Lorelei Restaurant in Minne-
Reconditioned, obsolete and dosa. Greetings start at 6:30 still works!
hard-to-find batteries. SOLAR p.m. and the Meeting will
equipment. The Battery Man.
Winnipeg. 1.877.775.8271
begin at 7:00 p.m. Everyone
welcome. We hope to see you
The Minnedosa Tribune there! (21-2) x 204-867-3816
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PLETE High End Cattle and
Grain Operation for Sale in
Sask. Manages 2k to 3k Cow/
Rolling River School Division
Calf Operation with Complete invites applications for
Solid Infrastructure. 200k
Acres Cultivated. Contact
Substitute Teachers
Doug @ 306-716-2671 or sask- for the 2018/2019 school year TOWN OF MINNEDOSA Current Substitutes
The Town of Minnedosa is accepting tenders for: Substitute teachers employed under a Substitute Teacher contract
PrairieSky Royalty Ltd.
is a publicly-traded company RFQ 2018-05 with Rolling River School Division in the 2017/2018 school year
in Calgary that acquires oil Victoria Bay Water Main Replacement must call 204-867-2754, ext. 225 or email
and gas fee title and royalty to reactivate employment status as a substitute teacher for the
interests at fair market value. General information: 2018/2019 school year.
To receive a cash offer, call Work to include directional boring of 100m of C900 water main, New Applicants
587-293-4008 or visit www.
directional boring and/or excavating of 84m C900 water main, New applicants must complete an application package. Applicants
Royalties. installation of 2 fire hydrants, and replacement of nine ¾ must possess a valid Manitoba Teachers Certificate. Application
house service lines new main to curb stop including curb stop packages are available on our Website: (under link
replacement. Utility located to be arranged by contractor. Employment / Substitute Teaching) or at our office at:
IN MEMORIAM Rolling River School Division
Contractor responsible for any soft expose costs. Work must be
36 Armitage Ave
completed by September 21, 2018.
In Loving Memory of Box 1170
PETER KOWALICK Tender package available for pick up at the Town Office on Friday, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
August 3, 2018. Telephone: (204) 867-2754 Ext. 225
God called your
name so gently, Any enquiry concerning the content of this Request for
That only you could hear. Quotation should be directed to Kevin Marcino at 204-867-0037 or Want to be a
No one heard the footsteps,
of the angel drawing near.
Softly from the shadows, Sealed Tenders marked “VICTORIA BAY WATER MAIN
There came a gentle call, REPLACEMENT” will be accepted at the Town of Minnedosa’s Civic Erickson Kiddie Kollege?
You closed your eyes  

and went to sleep.
Centre, 103 Main Street South, Box 426 Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
You quietly left us all. until 4:00 p.m. on Friday, August 17, 2018.
Fax: (204) 867-2686 Email:
Love Margaret and family.
x Any or all of the quotations may not be necessarily accepted.
Erickson  Kiddie  Kollege  Preschool  Program  is  looking  for  a  
In loving memory of compassionate,  motivated,  and  organized  individual  who  loves  
July 18th, 1997 HELP WANTED  
Preference  will  be  given  to  applicants  with  ECE  diploma  but  will  
consider  candidate  interested  in  pursuing  an  early  childhood  
Always remembered education  alongside  the  job  
by your family.  
WEST REGION CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES INC. The  successful  candidate  will  need  to:  
invites applications for a  
-­‐  Work  a  minimum  of  12  hours/week  
our precious daughter Winnipeg Sub Office -­‐  Undergo  a  child  abuse  registry  and  criminal  record  check  
JACQUELINE LAWSON WRCFS is a mandated First Nations child and family services Agency responsible to -­‐  Have  or  be  willing  to  get  first  aid  and  CPR  training  
1985-2009 provide a full range of services, including statutory services, voluntary services and  
prevention services to the children and families of its nine First Nations, residing on and Please  submit  your  resume  and  letter  of  application  before  
We wish we could climb off reserve. The purpose of the programs of WRCFS is to sustain, support, and enhance August  20th  to:  
up to HEAVEN, family and community life.
Give you a big HUG and Reporting to the Administration Manager, the individual will be responsible for
TELL YOU how much providing general administrative support and court clerk duties at the WRCFS
WE LOVE and MISS you. office located in the Winnipeg. Duties include, but are not limited to, the following;
preparing court documents, maintaining files, database entry, collection of statistics,
Love Kathy, Greg typing, photocopying, and reception relief.
x • Minimum Grade 12, with training/experience in office administration
• Must have computer training and/or knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel
Join the team of the Oldest Weekly
In memory of • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, and Newspaper in the Canadian West!
JACQUELINE KAYE to deal effectively with people
LAWSON • Must have accurate typing speed of a minimum of 40 wpm
Left us too soon on • Knowledge of and appreciation for Ojibway culture and aspirations are essential The Minnedosa Tribune is accepting
August 12, 2009 • Excellent administrative and organizational skills applications for a
• Must be able to work as part of a team and be a team player in a fast paced
It’s been nine years since
• Must be able to work independently
you’ve been gone, But in our One year maternity leave position
hearts you still live on. The successful applicant must provide WRCFS with a current Criminal Record check that
includes a Vulnerable Sector Search, Child Abuse Registry check, Prior Contact check and commencing September 2018
Remembered with love Driver’s Abstract prior to the commencement of employment. Travel is required. A valid
driver’s license and access to means of reliable transportation for work is a condition of
Have an The Moran Family.
employment. If you have strong verbal and written
upcoming event? SALARY: Commensurate with experience and training and according to Provincial pay communications skills, enjoy attending
HELP WANTED scale. events and meeting new people, this
Let people
Please submit resumes with covering letter indicating desired position to: position may be for you!
know through Equipment Operator Verna McIvor, BSW, MSW, RSW
The Classifieds! needed for the upcoming Director of Urban Services
harvest. Class 1 Preferred. West Region Child & Family Services, Inc. For more information or to apply,
Burgess Farms. Call 204-724- 255 Sherbrook St.
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 2B8
contact Darryl Holyk at
AS LOW AS $9.00 Fax: (204) 985-4079,
204-867-3816 DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS: Thursday August 16, 2018 204-867-3816 or in writing at
We thank all who apply, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Box 930, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0.
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, August 10, 2018 13

My Top 10 Barbecuing Tips
Opportunities at Elkhorn Resort point that would cause flare-
ups. A light coating of oil will
Located near Riding Mountain National Park, Elkhorn Resort Spa & Cooking work fine.
Leave It Alone - Once the
Conference Centre is a great place to nurture your career! We’ve got
a fantastic team environment, competitive wages, offer great benefits, With meat has been placed on the
grill, the worst thing you could
do is to prematurely break
staff discount and room to grow. Come and reach your potential with
us! If you have a passion for hospitality, is organized and thorough, CHEF DEZ that contact of meat with grill.
Even with following the above
and can build rapport with guests you may be successful in the position rules religiously, the meat will
of: stick... at first. Leaving it alone

Housekeeper S ummer is well underway
now and if you haven’t
dusted off your outdoor grill
you can do is take your grid
to the sink and scrub it down
with soapy water. All you need
allows it to create a crust (grill
marks) and thus helping to re-
lease it from the cooking sur-
Restaurant Server yet, you are missing out on a to do is take a grill brush to it face. If you are following the
Houseman very flavourful lifestyle. So,
in honour of the Kings and
when it is hot after the pre-
heating of your grill to knock
rules above and your meat is
stuck to the grill, chances are it
Front Desk Agent (part time) Queens of the backyard barbe- off any food residue from your is trying to tell you that it is not
cue, the ones that struggle with previous grilling escapade. ready to be flipped yet.
it, and everyone in between, I This will help to keep your grid Brine - Brining can help
Affordable staff housing can be provided, if needed. give you my Top 10 Barbecu- seasoned and non-stick. protect light-meat poultry and
Please indicate the position you are applying for when sending your resume ing Tips. Always Preheat - Ensur- lean pork. This is a technique
Charcoal - Mentioned ing your grill is extremely hot that involves soaking in a salt- |
in my previous column, this will not only burn off any re- water solution for a period
1.866.355.4676 | 204.848.2802 is my number one tip. Cook- sidual food bits from your last
PO Box 40, 3 Mooswa Dr E, Onanole, MB R0J1N0 of time prior to cooking. Not
(19-2) ing with this natural fuel of cookout, it will also guarantee only does this add moisture
carbonized wood adds such a great crust formation (and grill to the center of the meat, but
depth of flavour to everything lines) on your food. also seasoning, as the salt sat-
OBITUARY CARD OF THANKS from burgers to desserts. I Oil the Meat - Oiling the urated water is drawn in. A
am not talking manufactured meat in advance will not only simple brining formula would
square-shaped “briquettes” help to enhance the crust- be: one quarter cup salt dis-
ROY OLIVER JOHN GREER We wish to say thank you here; I am talking about lump ing process (and the resulting solved in four cups of water for
August 22nd, 1929 – July 14th, 2018 with much sincerity and ap- charcoal: chunks of wood that increase in flavor), it will also pieces of poultry or lean pork.
preciation to our friends and have been heated with very assist in creating a non-stick Let the meat sit in the brine for
It is with great sorrow that we announce that Roy Greer neighbours for the kindness little to no oxygen, so they nat- environment. I always oil the 1 hour in the refrigerator. Re-
passed away peacefully on July 14th at Riverdale District Health shown us in so many ways urally carbonize. According to meat before seasoning with move from the brine, pat them
Centre at the age of 88. at the time of Roy’s passing. archeological expeditions, we salt and pepper just prior to dry, and cook as you normally
Roy lived all his life in the Moline District farming for over The food, flowers, cards, well as humans have been cooking going onto a hot preheated would. This brining process
70 years until retiring to Rivers in 2017. wishes and visits were much with this fuel for thousands grill. If you are fully coating will provide a moisture protec-
He attended Poplar Grove Elementary School and took his appreciated. Thanks also to of years, so this is the oldest with a dry rub however, oiling tion shield to help keep fully
high schooling in Cardale. Glenna for a beautiful service known form of fuel to human- won’t be necessary and the dry cooked meats juicy. However,
Roy married Lorna Anderson on July 17th, 1954 and they and to Diane for providing the kind. rub will help prevent sticking. this is only a safeguard - over-
raised five children. They were involved with their children’s music for Roy’s celebration Internal Meat Therm- Oil the Grates/Grids - cooking is still possible, but
school, sports, 4-H and pipe band activities. of life. We wish to thank the ometer - Use one. This is the This tip is more for delicate this lessens the chance. The
He was a community and environment-concerned per- United Church Ladies for the only way to accurately prevent pieces of meat or fish. In com- only other consideration you
son, belonging to many organizations, boards and committees lovely lunch they provided in overcooking or undercooking bination of oiling the meat, may need to give your recipe is
to promote education, conservation and awareness. He was in- the Legion Hall. Many thanks any piece of meat. this will also help in flavor cre- the amount of seasoning. The
strumental in forming the Little Saskatchewan River Conserva- to Dwayne Campbell Services Sauces are not Marin- ation and ease of release. This meat will already be seasoned
tion district and a very active promoter of the Alternative Land for the calm, efficient assist- ades - If you slather on BBQ should be done with an oil that somewhat from the salt in the
Use Services (ALUS) project. Roy served as a councillor and sat ance given to our family at this sauce before your meat is has a high smoke point. This brine, so back off on the salt-
on related committees for the Rural Municipality of Blanchard vulnerable time. Lorna Greer cooked, the high sugar con- is not an application for your shaker.
for three decades. He was interested in history and antiques, so and Family tent in these sauces will burn. extra virgin olive oil. Grape- Try Something New -
he served on the Clack Museum board. He was an active board Sauces are meant to be glazes seed oil would be perfect, but This may be the best piece of
at the end of the cooking pro- a canola or vegetable oil will
representative for Rolling Dale Enterprises for over four dec- advice. Let’s break away from
ades and saw many improvements in that time. Roy and Lorna cess. When your food is about work fine. Oiling the grates/ the old standbys of hamburg-
devoted over 30 years providing a foster care home for several a minute or two from being grids however should be done ers and hotdogs and try some-
challenged persons.
While living in Rivers, Roy enjoyed reading library books
YOUR done, spread some sauce on,
close the lid, and let it glaze
once they have been pre-
heated. Protecting your hand
thing new and different. There
are so many ideas on the in-

and playing cribbage. He always said he was blessed with great onto your food. with a grill mitt, dab some oil ternet and in your cookbook
family, friends and his way of life. Never Clean Your Grill on a cloth and quickly, but ef- collection that can easily liven
Roy leaves to mourn his wife Lorna of nearly 64 years, - Now when I say “grill” I am ficiently, wipe down the hot up your next backyard cooking
daughter Cheryl (Chris) Plaseski, daughter Judy (Bob) Tidlund, talking about your cooking grills. Be careful not to have adventure. So, have fun and
son Doug Greer (Wanda), daughter Dawn Burt (Clayton) and grate/grid. The worst thing the cloth soaking with oil to the enjoy the outdoors.
son Mark Greer (Melissa). Grandchildren Stacie Tidlund, Cay-
lie (Bob) Wincheruk and two children Brynley and Harrison,
Jared Tidlund, Cody Plaseski (Jade), Shane Burt and Keegan
Predeceased was grandson Cole Plaseski and son-in-law
Doug Burt. Ph: 204-867-4657
We wish to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to Prairie Mountain
Independently Owned Gwen Usick Fax: 204-867-2150
the Rivers ambulance attendants, doctors, nurses and staff in and Operated Broker Realtor
Brandon Regional Health Centre and Palliative Care. The care

Roy received and consideration shown to family at Rivers Pal-
liative Care Unit was exemplary and so much appreciated. Space galore in this immaculate well maintained 3 bedroom
If friends so desire, donations may be made to the Little Sas- 2 bath home. This beautiful home has seen numerous recent
katchewan River Conservation District, Rivers and District Pal-
OP upgrades that include HE gas furnace with central air, HWT
liative Care Unit or a charity of one’s choice.
Advertise in ‘15, shingles ‘12, most windows ‘16, doors, 4 piece bath,
flooring, ceilings, walls, basement, living room addition,


The Minnedosa electrical, plumbing and more. Enter the home from back
yard into the mud/laundry room. The 3 piece bath or sunken
living room addition are to your right or straight ahead to the
large open kitchen featuring cook top in island, wall oven,
Since 1883
246 2ND AvENuE S.w.

204-867-3816 MINNEDOSA
SATuRDAy, AuguST 11Th
1:00 - 3:00 p.M.
oak cabinets & mail centre that leads to the dining room.
Upstairs you will find 3 bedrooms & a 4 piece bath. Outside is
a storage shed, workshop with wood stove, furnace & sitting
MLS #1812397 area making the perfect relaxation get away! A true must see!!
$219,900 The move is yours!
Take a tour on or our website www.remax-prairie
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“Living in your
Proud Supporter Rick Taylor 867-7551

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- 3 bedrooms, 3 baths bungalow home
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- Great outbuildings
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- Low taxes, quiet street, Refridgeration
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Call me today for great service at great rates! Ex perience!!
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Glen Burgess
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Blow in Attic & Wall Fibre Insulation
Fire Retardent Coating

PRAIRIE REDI-MIX 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 Jon Kowal
8:30 -6:00
Howard Wirch, C.G.A*
9-515 4th Ave. 116 Main Street
110A 867-0145 Custom
Shoal Lake, MB
Minnedosa Fertilizer Minnedosa
Floating Credit Union
Dauphin Office -
15 1st Ave. S.W.
204 867-5550 ● Roofing ● Decks
Call today to book your
Phone: 204-638-3005
● Fencing ● Exterior ● Finishing spring floating needs!
● Renovations ● Repairs
Fax: 204-638-5817
Darvin - 204-868-5869 Main line
Call Gregg
*Denotes Professional Corporation
204-868-5980 or 204-867-5544 Robert - 204-867-7113 204-867-6350
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CatharineÊ Terry McLenehan
MÊ GijsbersÊ Susan Glasgow
Chartered Professional BACKHOE & TRUCKING 204-867-6353
Accountant Inc.
MinnedosaÊ Dunwoody
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REAL ESTATE Debbie Strelczik
Ê 213ÊÊ 2ndÊ StÊ NEÊ Ê -Ê Ê BoxÊ 385Ê Ê (48-4)
T:Ê 867-3884Ê Ê Ê C:Ê 867-0190Ê Dan Quesnel
Email:Ê Ê Catharine@mts.netÊ
M&M CALL ME... FOR ALL YOUR GRAIN 204-867-6359
Donna Dowsett
HAULING 204-867-6361
BDO Canada, LLP All Auto Body Repairs Candice Brown
Chartered Accountants Ph: 867-2083
and Advisors 5 Main St. North
Brian Horner Alayna McTavish
Farm, Business & Individual Grain & Fertilizer Kim Robinson
Professional Services: Hauling 204-867-6352
Joanne Clarke
~ Tax
~ Accounting
Book this spot PETER HARRISON 204-867-6364

~ Farm Programs $5.52/week Phone/Text 867-5444 Gaylene Johnson
Sarah Campbell, CGA Fax
39 Main Street South Call 204-867 3816 204-867-6391
Minnedosa 867-2957
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, August 10, 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
TRADING Waterpals Phone 867-3164
BURTON PAINTING Meetings every Potable Water Delivery E-mail:
Tuesday & Minnedosa and area Ventures Inc.
Myrna Alexander
Charles Health Inspected
Cell: 868-5503
Cell: 868-5503
FRONTIER Saturday at 7 p.m. No Job is too small!!! Lake Audy Meats Waste
at Calvary Temple, Also now Paying Cash on Management &
Farm Raised Animals
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16 Friday, August 10, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Creating Waves of Hope on Lake Minnedosa
By Hillary Miller season for the group is in
early June in Winnipeg, but

T he Westman Waves
of Hope group is back
practicing on Minnedosa
festivals occur throughout
the summer at different
locations. According to
Lake this summer. Evelyn Cliff, a member of
Waves of Hope is a the group, they also attend
support group for breast out-of-province festivals at
cancer survivors. The least once a year. The last
group consists of active festival of the season will
paddlers, support mem- be held in Winnipeg next
bers, and associate mem- month.
bers, which total 35 mem- Every four years, an
bers, plus alumni. All of International Breast Can-
the team members hail cer Survivor Festival is
from the Westman region held somewhere in the
with some from as far away world, where teams gather
as Dauphin and Portage La to compete and form in-
Prairie. ternational friendships.
The group can be seen There was one in 2014 in
on the lake Wednesday Sarasota, and most re-
evenings from the middle cently, five Waves of Hope
of May to the middle of members attended the fes- Photo by Hillary Miller
September, from 6 p.m. tival in Florence, Italy. The
until 7:30 p.m. Each prac- next International festival fashion show in Brandon. “It is important for new people, forming new be around for many years
tice includes about one will be held in 2022 and They donate funds to Mur- survivors to participate in friendships, giving back to come, continuing their
hour on the water. While hopefully, some Waves ray House in Brandon, something like the Waves and helping others, and legacy of support and hope
the paddling did not start of Hope members can at- and have donated an ul- of Hope,” explained Cliff. living life to the fullest.” for those who have been
until the middle of May, tend. trasound machine for the “The benefits include ca- This year, Waves of affected by or currently
the season actually began In order to raise funds Western Manitoba Cancer maraderie, support, hear- Hope is celebrating its battling cancer.
on April 1st with dry land for breast cancer research, Centre. They have also do- ing other women’s stories 20th year of paddling
conditioning at Brandon’s the team holds various nated funds to five of the and issues, understanding and they have no inten-
Healthy Living Centre. raffles and their highly rural treatment locations you are not alone, physi- tions of wrapping up just
The first festival of the anticipated annual Spring in the area. cal fitness, fun, meeting yet. Hopefully they will