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INSIDE Celebrating Years Gone By
this week

Scam Skate
Returns
3

Children
Learn About
EMS
2 By DARRYL HOLYK
Photos by Darryl Holyk

a barbeque lunch near the Administration
building (Berry Cottage). Here, a busy crew

If your
S unday, August 19th was a day of cele-
bration at Minnedosa Heritage Village
as the local museum board hosted its an-
of volunteers cooked burgers and smokies,
served drinks and the always popular slice
of old-fashioned home-baked pie!
label nual Heritage Day. Throughout lunch, John Cullen and
reads As in previous year’s Heritage Day Harry and Nora Dreiger provided some
opened with a pioneer church service in traditional country and popular tunes from
18/08/31 the recently repainted Hunterville Church. the 1950s and 60s from the verandah of the
It’s time to Beth MacDonald lead with service with provincial designated heritage building,
renew your Shirley Dyck organizing the service’s music the octagon display building.
subscription and choir. Following the worship service,
those in attendance made their way to the Continued
Call 867-3816 south end of the Heritage Village to enjoy on Page 8

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Frontier Box Sale Supports Food Bank
By Hillary Miller fit inside. “It is almost like eager shoppers and regu- King of Rock’ N’ Roll” died.
a big garage sale,” said Hall. lar Frontier patrons who One of the participants in

F rontier Trading Com-
pany held a Box Sale
last week, from August
Frontier clients and
staff were also collecting
donations during the
attended the special sale.
During the three-day
box event, sales totalled
Frontier’s day program is a
huge Elvis fan, and dressed
up like Presley for the day.
14th to August 16th. The course of the sale, for the over $1,000. There were Additionally, there was
sale was set up in front of Minnedosa and Area Food a lot of people who at- Elvis karaoke.
the store, and was held Bank. Anyone who do- tended the first day of the In addition to the
due to a large supply of do- nated to the food bank was sale, eager to check out money and food that was
nations Frontier has gra- given a voucher towards a what was available and collected by shoppers for
ciously received. future purchase at Fron- fewer customers the next the Minnedosa and Area
Catherine Hall ex- tier. two days. “We had a really Food Bank, Frontier Trad-
plained that when they The tables used for good turnout,” said Cath- ing Company intends to
have a surplus of dona- the box sale were supplied erine, adding that the sale make a $200 donation to
tions, Frontier holds a box by the local Masonic Hall, was a great success. the group. “We utilize their
sale, where patrons can and were filled with items On the final day of the services for some of the in-
purchase a small box for that had never been out on Frontier box sale, the group dependent living in our
$2, or a larger box for $3, the store shelves before. chose an Elvis theme, since community, so we thought
and are able to fill the box This alone, brought all it marked the 41st anniver- we would give back a little
with as many items as will kinds of excitement for the sary of the day that “the bit,” said Hall.

A Lesson In EMS
SUBMITTED

R ecently, Brent Moffat
and Barb Hanishewski
of Minnedosa EMS pro-
vided 15 children from the
Brandosa Beach cottage
area with an educational
experience the youngsters
Photo submitted are not soon to forget.
The paramedics pro-
elvis Karaoke during the Frontier box sale. vided the children with a
tour of an ambulance and
a demonstration of the use
of the bariatric stretcher.
The goal of this experience
NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS was to familiarize the chil-
RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF MINTO-ODANAH dren with the role of EMTs
(Rural Municipality of Minto and Rural Municipality of Odanah) and what being in an am-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the following days: bulance feels like so that
in the event they or a loved
September 12th, 13th, 14th, 17th & 18th, 2018 one has an emergency
Photos submitted
between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., at the following their level of anxiety might

business of
location: be reduced.
Rural Municipality of Minto-Odanah, 49 Main Street S, Minnedosa,
Manitoba,
I will receive nominations for the offices of: the month
REEVE Minnedosa Chamber of
THREE COUNCILLORS – WARD 1 Commerce
THREE COUNCILLORS – WARD 2 thanks this business for its’ contribution to
the business community
of the aforesaid Local Authority. August 2018
The nomination deadline is Tuesday, September 18th, 2018 at 4:30 K.S. Barbershop
p.m. Nominations cannot be accepted after this day.
All nominations shall be made in writing and shall be signed
by at least twenty-five voters, or NOT less than 1% of the voters
(whichever is the lesser) of the authority or ward (as the case may
be), but in all cases by at least two voters. Each nomination shall
also be accompanied by the candidate’s declaration of qualification.
Nominations must be filed in person, at the above location, on
the date and hours specified. To obtain a nomination paper, and
candidate’s declaration of qualification, contact the S.E.O. at the
above address or the telephone number listed below.
One of Minnedosa’s newest businesses has been chosen as the
Nomination papers not accompanied by the required documents and Business of the Month for August - K.S. Barbershop, owned
not properly filed shall be rejected. and operated by Katie Hunter. Since opening at the beginning
Aaren Robertson, S.E.O. of 2018, Hunter has been kept very busy, has met many new
faces, and has made it a quick and easy task for men to receive
Phone: (204) 867-3282
hair cuts in Minnedosa. A winning sense of humour and the
Dated at Minnedosa in the Province of Manitoba, ability to provide a pleasant atmosphere, Hunter jokes that she
this 20th day of August, 2018. brings a “ray of sunshine” to the community. She provides
a good service, and always does so with a smile on her face,
Aaren Robertson, Senior Election Official making her business absolutely worthy of special mention.
Rural Municipality of Minto-Odanah Next Chamber meeting:
(24-2) September 13th 12 noon at Rosie’s Bakery
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, August 24, 2018 3

Scam Skaters Have High Praise For Minnedosa
By Hillary Miller

S aturday, August 18th
saw the third an-
nual Scam Skate event in
Minnedosa. There were
eight longboard racers
present that day, and they
each rode multiple races
in the southeast corner
of Minnedosa, down the
many hills in that part of
town. The races began at
1 p.m. and ran until 5 p.m.
The winner of this
year’s races was Kyle Mar-
tins, a professional long
boarder who came all the
way from British Colum-
bia. Second place was
taken by Matt Stone. Each
of the winners won a skate-
board, hat and shirt.
Joel Baker, one of the
Scam Skate organizers, ex-
plained that there were a
Photo submitted
dozen races held that day.
He feels that Minnedosa is is excited about it and no last weekend.
the perfect location for the one is complaining,” he “We had no one call-
annual Scam Skate event. said, giving thanks to the ing the police or giving
“The town is super wel- community who gracious- us a hard time, which is
coming, everyone in town ly hosted the long boarders something that we really
struggle with in larger cit- Photo submitted
ies,” said Baker. When the citement of having the There were all sorts of skateboarding moves,
group comes to Minne- long board races in Minne- jumps and tricks in the southeast corner of town
dosa, they set up their bar- dosa, the races were cap-

75 Attend Annual ricades along the valley last Saturday as the annual Scam Skate event
tured on video by Minne-
hills. “As long as everyone returned. One skater travelled here from B.C.
dosa’s Scotty Gwyer for a
wears their helmets and is documentary showcasing

Riverdale Weekend
safe, no one in Minnedosa Manitoba’s long board
seems to be too worried scene.
about it,” he added.
In addition to the ex-
By Hillary Miller NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS
TOWN OF MINNEDOSA
T he community of Riverdale, just south of
Minnedosa, held its annual community bar-
beque on Saturday, August 18th.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the following days:
September 12, 2018 until September 18, 2018
Vincent Saler, one of the community members
involved, felt the weekend was a successful one. He between the hours of 8:30 A.M. TO 4:30 P.M.
estimates the crowd to have been at about 75 peo- at the following location: MINNEDOSA TOWN OFFICE
ple. The party began at about 3 p.m., with supper I will receive nominations for the offices of HEAD OF COUNCIL and
served at 6 p.m. COUNCILLOR for the TOWN OF MINNEDOSA
After the chaos of last year’s community bar- The nomination deadline is September 18, 2018 at 4:30 P.M.
beque there, when the site caught fire earlier in the Nominations cannot be accepted after this day.
day, the group of organizers took care this year to All nominations shall be made in writing and shall be signed
ensure that the frenzy was not repeated. The group by at least twenty-five voters, or NOT less than 1% of the voters
ensured that the area surrounding the barbeque (whichever is the lesser) of the authority or ward (as the case may
was covered in clay and gravel to ensure this year’s be), but in all cases by at least two voters. Each nomination shall
also be accompanied by the candidate’s declaration of qualification.
safety. Additionally, the community’s watering sys-
tem, as well as Saler’s own watering system, were Nominations may be filed in person at the above location, on the date
kept on-hand, just in case. and hours specified, by an agent, or by fax. To obtain a nomination
paper, and / or candidate’s declaration of qualification, contact the
The day included a trail ride along with the
S.E.O. at the telephone number listed below.
exceptional food making it a fun experience for
community members of all ages. The food served Nomination papers not accompanied by the required documents
and not properly filed shall be rejected.
included pork loin, barbequed by community resi-
dent and former restaurant owner, Terry Drebit. Join Us October 4th DONNA M. DILLABOUGH
“The meat had a special flavour to it,” said Vincent. One night stay at Canad Inns, Celebrations S.E.O. FOR THE TOWN OF MINNEDOSA
After dinner, the remainder of the food was Dinner Theatre, transportation by HOME: 204-867-2105
auctioned off to the highest bidders. “Every year motorcoach and optional shopping! WORK: 204-867-2727
when we are finished, instead of keeping stuff, we S.E.O. contact telephone number
We visit both casinos! Book and Pay by
auctioned it off,” said Saler. “It always brings a good 204-867-2686
price.”
McPhillips Station Casino September 4th - $149.00
Fax Number
and Club Regent Casino Casino only $75.00
To end the night on a high note, Minnedosa’s Dated at MINNEDOSA on August 14, 2018.
John Cullen regaled the crowd with songs as they Call Wendy, Jacki or Sharon and book your spot!
DONNA M. DILLABOUGH TOWN OF MINNEDOSA
enjoyed the fine weather, and relaxed after a deli- Seats are limited! Senior Election Official (S.E.O.) Name of the local authority
cious meal. Phone: 1-204-867-5777 or Toll Free: 1-800-431-4442
Thanks for choosing us, Destinations Plus! (24-2)
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Viewpoint
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Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Brookdale Ag Learning
Centre Opens Target Criminals, Not
SUBMITTED Law-Abiding Firearms Owners
M anitoba Beef and Forage Initiatives (MBFI) offi-
cially opened the new Learning Centre at the MBFI
known gang members, two areas where the Liberals
have failed.
Brookdale Farm north of Brandon on Tuesday.
MBFI is a partnership between Manitoba Agricul-
View From The Liberals recently named Bill Blair as the Min-
ture, Manitoba Beef Producers, Ducks Unlimited Canada Parliament Hill ister of Border Security and Organized Crime. How-
ever, he has no real department, and has not been
and the Manitoba Forage and Grassland Association. As By
given a mandate by the Prime Minister yet. In my view,
a critical piece to three MBFI research and demonstra-
tion sites at Brookdale Farm, First Street Pasture and ROBERT SOPUCK rather than giving Bill Blair a pay increase, they should
focus more on ensuring we intercept firearms that are
Johnson Farm, the new MBFI Learning Centre will allow
being smuggled illegally into our country and sold on
Manitoba and Western Canada agricultural producers
the black market. We do not need a new Minister to
and the general public to learn with and from producers,
researchers, experts on the subjects of forage and live-
stock production and innovation.
R ecently, there have been tragic shootings tak-
ing place in Canadian cities. My thoughts and
prayers, and all of my colleagues, are with the victims,
understand that the vast majority of firearms owners
respect Canada’s laws, and that it is the criminals that
do not.
“The MBFI Learning Centre will act as a hub to host
their families and loved ones as they grieve through This Liberal government has repeatedly shown
and create opportunities for producers, students and
these difficult times. its lack of understanding about Canada’s current fire-
the general public to gather, learn and network,” says
Now is the time for meaningful, serious and pro- arms laws and the data that is being collected to do
Ramona Blyth, MBFI president. “We now have the abil-
ductive conversations about what can be done to pre- with crimes committed with guns.
ity to provide a comfortable learning environment in the
vent these tragedies. As Canadians, we need to feel For example, at a guns and gangs summit held
MBFI Learning Centre that can be paired with hands-on
safe and protected in our communities. We need to in Ottawa, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said
learning from MBFI researchers in our fields to represent
know that our government is taking appropriate mea- that an increasing number of guns used in crimes were
a valuable experiential experience for visitors to MBFI.”
sures to combat escalating crime rates and gang vio- coming from within Canada. However, Larry Maguire,
The new facility includes a 2,200-square-foot class-
lence. I fully support measures that ensure that illegal MP for Brandon-Souris asked the government for in-
room, internet access and audiovisual equipment for dis-
firearms are kept off our streets and out of the hands of formation about the national origin of seized guns.
tance learning, and a food preparation area. Offices and
those who seek to do harm to others. The answer was, “The Canadian Firearms Information
an interpretive gallery are to be added at a later date.
Statistics Canada reports that more than half of System does not collect this information.”
The $500,000 project was built with a combination of
gun murders in Canada are gang-related. Instead of This should be one area in which all Canadians
federal and provincial government funding through the
using this knowledge to strengthen our criminal jus- can agree, we need better data collection related to
Growing Forward 2 program and private-sector contri-
tice system, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s justice guns and crimes. Firearms owners support this be-
butions that has positioned MBFI for bright days ahead.
reforms currently before Parliament actually lessen cause they know that poor data leads to poor policies
“MBFI is a partnership we are all proud of and the
sentences for people convicted of gang-related activ- that impact them rather than criminal organizations
addition of the MBFI Learning Centre is a great represen-
ity. On top of that, the proposed new firearms legisla- illegally acquiring firearms. I strongly recommend
tation of the potential and success of our partnership”
tion does not mention the words “gang” or “organized reading the CBC News article titled Canada can’t say
says Blyth. “However, without the generous support of
crime” once. where its crime guns come from. Reporter Evan Dryer
Agriculture and AgriFood Canada and Manitoba Agricul-
Every time the Liberals attempt to curb crime with does an excellent job at examining many problematic
ture as well as private funders like Federated Coopera-
new gun laws, they always end up targeting law-abid- gaps in how law enforcement tracks ‘crime guns’ and
tives Ltd, Manitoba Zero Till Research Association, Farm
ing firearms owners with additional red tape. Forcing ‘firearm-related violent crimes’.
Credit Canada, DLF Pickseed and others, we would not
a firearm owner to apply for a special authorization As Conservatives, we believe that safety of Cana-
be here today. We are grateful to all our supporters and
to take a firearm to a gunsmith is not going to keep dians should be the number one priority of any gov-
funders for their role in bringing us to this excellent posi-
our streets safer or tackle gang violence. We need a ernment and are ready to support the government in
tion.”
government that is ready to strengthen the penalties any measures that target thugs and criminals, not law-
for using a firearm to commit violent acts and arrest abiding firearms owners.

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Emergency Radio Upgrade Long Overdue
Under The Dome
By
deliver the service and
own and operate the sys-
tem’s towers, radios and
antennae, as well as other
munications technology
is critical for saving lives,
protecting first responders
and keeping Manitoba’s Ye O l d
Trib
related infrastructure. communities safe, includ-
GREG NESBITT The new digital sys- ing in rural and remote ar-
Riding Mountain MLA tem will include radios eas. This is exactly what we
equipped with GPS, which are doing.
can track first responders’ Our government’s
locations for their safety, investment in this new

T o better protect Mani-
tobans and assist pub-
lic safety organizations in
ing $380 million in the new
technology, which will
enhance radio range and
and will use an advanced
radio encryption to keep
police operations secure.
digital radio system will al-
low our province’s public
safety organizations and
dealing with emergencies, clarity, provide expanded The equipment will be crews to remain safe while
1888 – The fire apparatus is not where it should be, and
who are the responsible parties? Why are not the well
our government is signifi- coverage over a more se- compatible with systems they protect Manitobans,
buckets got in the wells? It is about time these things were
cantly upgrading the prov- cure network and improve outside Manitoba to allow and will ensure vastly im-
attended to or the citizens may regret their carelessness.
ince’s public safety com- the safety of first respond- for co-ordination during proved, strong and reliable
munications with a digital ers while they work to pro- emergencies. communications for these
radio system. tect Manitobans. The system will pro- organizations for decades 1898 – A new series of readers will be used in the public
The new digital two- Bell Mobility has been vide expanded coverage to come. schools shortly and the old ones will be exchanged for
way mobile radio system awarded a contract for the in northern Manitoba with them if the teacher sends the old ones to Winnipeg be-
will replace the outdated work following a tendering five additional telecom- Greg Nesbitt is the tween September 15th and 30th. Express charges to be
FleetNet service long used process, and will imple- munications towers, and Member of the Legislative paid, both ways, by the schools.
by Manitoba’s firefight- ment the system over the new mobile tower units Assembly for the Riding
ing, ambulance and police next three years to give will bring further coverage Mountain constituency. He 1908 – The electric light was again partly turned on
services and the very high public safety organiza- where it’s needed on an can be reached at 1-844- Saturday night and the 2,200 lights required will tax the
frequency (VHF) radios tions across Manitoba the emergency basis. 877-7767, 204-759-3313 or capacity of the power house to its utmost. The light will
used by conservation of- advanced technology for It’s our duty to ensure by email at gregnesbittm- be turned on fully by Saturday next.
ficers and forest fire crews. much greater safety and the safety of Manitobans. la@mymts.net.
Our government is invest- security. Bell Mobility will Effective and reliable com-
1918 – Kyle and Bell of Transcona advertise they are

40 Years As Postmistress
looking for scrap medal and will pay $10 per ton.

1928 – A black frost Wednesday night ruined many
gardens and left its mark on the grain.

1948 – Two slight cases of polio have been reported in
the district.
Valerie Battman,
Local area 1958 – A new business venture has been introduced
superintendent for here. Wes Ferguson has launched a bread delivery route
Canada Post (L) and will make door-to-door deliveries. He had ap-
presents Justice proached the local bakeries with the proposition of buy-
Postmistress, Rosalie ing the bread locally but as his proposal wasn’t accepted
Bieganski (R) with he made a contract with the Commodore Bakery in Bran-
a special plaque don.
honouring her 40th
anniversary at the 1968 – After 45 years on the job, Miss Effie Macdonald
Justice Post Office. has taking a six-month retirement leave. Her retirement
The presentation was will become effective in February 1969. Filling her posi-
made during a recent tion is Bob Willis who became Minnedosa’s Postmaster
pancake breakfast on Tuesday. Willis has been Assistant Postmaster for the
past two years.
hosted in celebration
of the 100th
anniversary of the 1978 – Construction has been completed on a new
Justice Post Office. bridge over the Little Saskatchewan River on the bound-
ary between the municipalities of Strathclair and Harri-
son, north of #4 Highway. Some 50 people attended the
Photo by Hillary Miller official opening.

STAMPS 1988 – The Dari-Isle Drive In advertises a bottomless
cup of coffee for 50 cents.

1998 – Last week, an annual cleaning bee discovered
Rubber or that the isolated St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Church
at Kerr’s Lake had been the scene of a break and enter.

Dr. Derek Papegnies Self-inking
A number of pictures depicting saints, five sets of brass
candle holders and the rope from the bell tower were sto-
len.
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Since 1883
2008 – The Town of Minnedosa has been success-
ful in handing over ownership and responsibility of the
Minnedosa dam to the Province of Manitoba. The trans-
129-2nd Avenue S.W., Minnedosa, MB fer comes almost 60 years to the day that former Mayor,
FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL: Jack Burgess suggested provincial ownership of the
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Busy Fall/Winter Planned For 50+ Centre
SUBMiTTed You can still curl because with them! There is always pay ahead of time so we ers for details. booked ahead of time.
the rocks are pushed with room for one more. can give the caterer the Services to Seniors Plans are underway

T his fall/winter stop by
the 50+ Centre! Have
coffee, meet new people,
a stick. This may be done
from the standing or seat-
ed position and there is no
Card players meet four
afternoons each week to
play games such as Canas-
number attending.
We are always looking
for folks to share their trav-
continues to offer Victoria
Lifeline. There are current-
ly 66 subscribers... help at
for the annual Be A Santa
To A Senior Program. If
you know of anyone who is
participate in an activ- reason you cannot use the ta, Spades, 500 and Whist. els, hobbies and interests. the touch of a button. Vari- alone at Christmas let me
ity! You don’t have to be back of a chair for support. Lots of cribbage boards Do you have something ous medical equipment know and I will add their
a member to come and Come and give it a try! The here, so let’s start Mon- interesting to tell others is available for short term name to my list.
enjoy the activities being more people, the more fun. day morning cribbage and about? rental - items such as walk- The Fall Information
offered. Let us know if morning or conversation over coffee! If you have an idea for ers, raised toilet seats, bath Fair will not be held due to
There is a regulation afternoon works best for We are planning to of- an activity or class that we chairs, transfer benches poor attendance.
size pool table here and you! fer darts this fall... would could offer please call the and wheelchairs. Our ser- The Minnedosa Cen-
the men usually play Mon- Chair exercises and you like to play? There office. New ideas are most vice providers offer light tennial Handivan contin-
day, Wednesday and Sat- indoor walking will be of- are several board games welcome. Stop by the Cen- housekeeping, shopping ues to provide transpor-
urday afternoons. Stop by fered twice each week. We here that need to be played tre and pick up a monthly assistance, and more. We tation to the community.
and play a game! You are have DVD’s to follow along with, such as Scrabble, calendar and newsletter. have ERIK kits in the of- Call the Service to Seniors
welcome to come and join with, and those who par- Crokinole, etc. While you are there, sign- fice as well. Our Certified office to book your trans-
in!! ticipated last year found Attendance at the ca- up for any activities you Foot Care nurse provides portation needs, 204-867-
Floor Curling will the exercises very benefi- tered lunches has declined wish to participate in. foot care on Tuesdays and 5190. Our volunteer driv-
start in October if there is cial. but there will be a lunch in We also host Paint appointments must be ers are happy to serve you!
enough interest. Is it hard The knitting group September. Please watch Nights, Craft Sales and
to bend? Do you have bal- will be meeting again on Coming Events for details. other events, so watch the
ance problems or vertigo? Tuesdays. Come and learn You must sign up for and Coming Events and post-
Basswood News
Tribune Printing 867-3816
By Zelda FirBy
NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS
Rural Municipality of OAKVIEW NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS
MUNICIPALITY OF HARRISON PARK D r. Lauren Galbraith of Kelowna, BC visited with her
parents, Neil and Roberta Galbraith, and brothers
recently.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on September 12th, 13th, 14th, 17th, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the following Congratulations to Ron and Beryl Parrott of Franklin
and 18th, 2018 Between 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon and 1:00 p.m. to days: who celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary on Sat-
4:30 p.m. at: Wednesday, September 12, 2018 urday with a Come and Go tea at the Franklin Hall. The
1. The R.M. of Oakview municipal office at 10 Cochrane Street in Oak Thursday, September 13, 2018
Parrott’s lived in Basswood in the late 50’s and early 60’s
River, MB and Friday, September 14, 2018
Monday, September 17, 2018 where Ron owned and operated a garage.
2. The R.M. of Oakview satellite office at 435-3rd Avenue in Rapid City, Tim and Tracy Kingdon, accompanied by Bruce and
MB Tuesday, September 18, 2018
Rhonda Curle of Minnedosa, have returned home from
NOMINATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING WILL BE RECEIVED: between the hours of 9:00 A.M. and 12:00 NOON, and an enjoyable holiday to Alaska and the Yukon.
1:00 P.M. to 4:30 P.M. at the following locations:
Reeve for the R.M. of Oakview Pleased to report that Sylvia Firby is home after
Harrison Park Municipal Office, located at
spending five weeks in the Brandon and Minnedosa Hos-
Two (2) Councillors at large for Ward 1 of the R. M. of Oakview 43 Gateway Street, in Onanole, Manitoba, and
Harrison Park Municipal Office, located at pitals.
(formerly the Town of Rapid City)
Two (2) Councillors at large for Ward 2 of the R. M. of Oakview 108 Main Street, in Newdale, Manitoba
(formerly the R.M. of Saskatchewan) Nominations will be received for the offices of:
Two(2) Councillors at large for Ward 3 of the R. M. of Oakview Reeve Notice of Environment Act Proposal
(formerly the R.M. of Blanshard) Three (3) Councillors – Ward 1
Three (3) Councillors – Ward 2 Manitoba Sustainable Development has received a proposal pursuant to
Three (3) Committee members for the Local Urban District of Oak The Environment Act regarding the following operation and invites public
Three (3) LUD of Newdale Committee Members
River participation in the review process:
Three (3) LUD of Sandy Lake Committee Members
Three (3) Committee members for the Local Urban District of WESTVIEW COLONY FARMS - WASTEWATER TREATMENT LAGOON – FILE:
of the aforesaid Local Authority. 5965.00
Rapid City (formerly the Town of Rapid City)
The nomination deadline is Tuesday, September 18, Westview Colony has filed a proposal for the construction and operation of
2018 at 4:30 P.M. Nominations cannot be accepted after a compacted clay lined wastewater treatment lagoon that will be located at
The nomination deadline is September 18th, 2018 at this day. NW 22-14-21W in the Rural Municipality of Oakview. The domestic waste
4:30 p.m. water treatment lagoon will serve the residential and community facilities
All nominations shall be made in writing on the
Nominations cannot be accepted after this time. as well as treat the wastewater from a small-scale livestock slaughter and
prescribed form and shall be signed by at least twenty-
packing facility and wash water from a truck wash bay. Treated wastewater
five voters, or NOT less than 1% of the voters (whichever
All nominations shall be made in writing and shall be signed by at least from the wastewater treatment lagoon will be discharged between June 15th
is the lesser) of the authority or ward (as the case and October 31st of any year into a roadside ditch prior to entering into a first
twenty-five voters, or NOT less than 1% of the voters (whichever is the may be), but in all cases by at least two voters. Each
lesser) of the authority or ward (as the case may be), but in all cases by order drain which eventually meets Broughton’s Creek.
nomination shall also be accompanied by the candidate’s
at least two voters. Each nomination shall also be accompanied by the declaration of qualification. Anyone likely to be affected by the above operation and who
candidate’s declaration of qualification. wishes to comment on the proposal should contact Barsha Sagan,
Nominations may be filed in person at either of the above Environmental Engineer, in writing or by email at barsha.
locations, on the date and hours specified, by an official sagan@gov.mb.ca or by telephone at 204-945-5234, not later than
Nominations may be filed in person at the above locations, on the date agent, or by fax. To obtain a nomination paper, and/ September 24, 2018. Further information is available from the
and hours specified, by an official agent, or by fax. To obtain a nomination or candidate’s declaration of qualification, contact the Online Public Registry: www.manitoba.ca/sd/eal/registries/index.
paper, and/or candidate’s declaration or qualification, contact the S.E.O. at Senior Election Official (S.E.O.) at the telephone number html
204-566-2146. listed below. Information submitted in response to this proposal is considered public
Nomination papers not accompanied by the required information and will be made available to the proponent and placed on the
Nomination papers not accompanied by the required documents public registry established in accordance with Section 17 of The Environment
documents and not properly filed shall be rejected.
and not properly filed shall be rejected. Act.
Chad Davies Environmental Approvals Branch
Dated at Oak River, MB this 17th day of August, 2018. Senior Election Official (S.E.O.) Manitoba Sustainable Development
Phone: 204-848-7614 1007 Century Street
Diane Kuculym Bonnie-Lee Wright Fax: 204-848-2082 Winnipeg MB R3H 0W4
Senior Election Official Assistant SEO Toll Free: 1-800-282-8069
Dated at Onanole, Manitoba, this Fax: 204-945-5229
R. M. of Oakview R.M. of Oakview
Phone 204-566-2146 Phone 204-826-2515
22nd day of August, 2018. Website: www.manitoba.ca/sd/eal
Fax 204-566-2126 Fax 204-826-2274 Chad Davies
oakviewcao@mymts.net oakviewadminrc@mymts.net Senior Election Official
(24-2) Municipality of Harrison Park (24-2)
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, August 24, 2018 7

Ben Fox – Third Man Running For PC Nomination
By Hillary Miller In May, Fox was in Ottawa ency.” Fox believes the
and he felt that the pos- Carbon Tax is in the fore-

B en Fox, of Dauphin,
is the third person to
announce his intention
ition would be a good fit
for him.
Fox has had a lot of
front of peoples’ minds,
and he does not see the
benefit to being charged
to run for the Conserva- support in his decision to more for the goods needed
myCommunity tive Party of Canada in the seek the nomination. He to survive. He also sees
Neighbours Indeed Dauphin-Swan River-Nee- was previously president the crime that occurs in
Be a Neighbour... pawa riding. of the Manitoba Beef Pro- our small communities as
And announce Fox has spent his life ducers, and through this a big issue, and would like
these special events ranching near Dauphin, role he gained a familiar- to help find a way to re-
to your community and decided to put his ity with many of the beef solve this. Additionally, he
●Birth of Child name forward for the nom- producers throughout the would like to help support
●Wedding ination due to an obliga- province. He was also able the instruction of skilled
●Wedding Anniversaries tion he feels to give back, to meet many entrepre- labourers in all fields, in
25th, 40th, 50th, 60th or serve, his community. neurs and business owners order to ensure that skilled
●New home residency “This opportunity is a good who have been supportive workers are available. He
You may qualify for a one, to be able to go to Ot- of his decision as well. made specific reference on
personalized keepsake tawa and represent this If successful in being this point to the agricul-
gift offer compliments constituency in a way that I nominated, Ben would ture industry, and ensur-
of local business and feel I can do a good job at,” like to represent the rid- ing that farmers are repre-
professional sponsors
he said. ing to the best of his ability. sented well in Ottawa.
Minnedosa Pharmacy His interest was “I want to make sure our Since announcing his
Glenndosa Glass 1990 Ltd. sparked some time ago. It needs and wants are heard intentions of running as
Minnedosa insurance Services has been on his mind to get and met in Ottawa and to a PC candidate, Fox has
Kim’sQuality Foods
Integra Tire more involved in politics make sure it’s not the other had a lot of positive feed-
Heritage Co-op for some time. He knew way around.” he said. “I back from a wide range of
Minnedosa Tribune the time was right when would also look forward to people, in a wide range of Photo submitted
Gateway Motel current Member of Parlia- rescinding the Liberal Car- industries. “They have all
ment, Robert Sopuck, an- bon Tax that has been im- been supportive and we’ve Ben welcomes residents look forward to discussing
Be part of your Community!
nounced that he will not posed, and to do away with got a good team of people of the riding to approach a lot of issues with a lot of
Contact Tillie Johnson seek re-election at the Fed- that unnecessary tax on around us in terms of sup- him with any questions of people,” he concluded.
204-867-3414 eral level of government. the people of our constitu- port,” he said. concerns they may have. “I

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Experiencing The Past At Heritage Day
Continued from Page 1 age Day is the classic vehicle display and
this year, a good selection of a dozen
Those attending Heritage Day could vehicles from days gone by were on dis-
tour the museum buildings at their lei- play. Those checking out the vehicles
sure checking out thousands of donated could visit and get all the details from the
artifacts that make up the museum collec- vehicle’s proud owners.
tion. Afternoon entertainment includ-
There were also a number of live pi- ed some dance demonstrations on the
oneer demonstrations throughout the dancefloor in front of the Octagon build-
grounds. Near the north end of the village, ing. First up were members of the Brandon
the Munro Blacksmith Shoppe was once Circle Eight Square Dance Club. Based
again brought to life as Jonathon Proven out of Brandon, this club has been dan-
spent the day onsite demonstrating the cing since 1964 and is made up of couples
blacksmith trade. In front of the historic from all around Westman. Jim McDonald
Cadurcis House, Carol Ross gave spinning of Boissevain serves as the club’s caller
demonstrations and taught this unique and called out the dance steps throughout
skill to anyone wishing to give it a try. Over their performance.
in the Hopkins log barn, museum board The day closed out with a lively, enter-
member, Tony Mullie gave rope making taining and colourful performance by the
demonstrations which was a huge hit with TNT Family Dancers. Throughout their
Photos by Darryl Holyk
the kids in attendance and many young- performance, the Letander family show-
sters were seen proudly carrying around a cased a variety of modern and traditional Members of the Brandon Circle Eights Square Dance Club
rope they had made! Aboriginal dances much to the enjoyment do-si-do on the outdoor dancefloor.
In the Manley log house, the old- of the cheering crowd.
est building at the Heritage Village, dat- Heritage Day 2018 was captured on
ing from 1886, attendees could visit with video by Minendosa Access 12 for local
long-time museum volunteers, Earl and viewers. A cameraman from Travel Mani-
Freda Thompson. Earl is a past chairman toba was also on site to capture footage for
and honourary life member of the Minne- the video prize package the Minnedosa
dosa District Museum and Heritage Vil- Museum won earlier this year for being
lage. Other long-time museum volunteers the runner-up in the March Madness on-
attending Heritage Day included Vern line contest in which the Heritage Village
Phillips, Jane McKinnon and Marg King- was voted the second favourite museum
don. by online voters coming in only 16 votes
Another popular attraction of Herit- shy of first place!

Johnathon Proven fires up the forge in the Munro Blacksmith Shoppe.

Above,
Beth MacDonald
leads worshipers
during a pioneer
church service in
Hunterville Church.

At left,
Nora and Harry
Dreiger perform
some classic tunes
on the front verandah
of the octagon
building.
Spectators watch a spinning demonstration by Carol Ross.
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, August 24, 2018 9

Early Harvest Underway
By Hillary Miller been hard at work swath-
ing. The fields that have

T he 2018 harvest season
has officially kicked off
and is underway a bit ear-
already been harvested are
reporting a below average
yield, but good quality.
lier than usual. Around The flax crops have
the region, the sight of begun to turn, but it is too
swathers, combines and early to say what the yield
grain trucks are becoming will be until the harvesting
common once again. has begun.
Due to dry, warm con- Soybeans are suffer-
ditions in the Southwest ing this year due to the hot
Region this summer, many and dry conditions. They
farmers have had cause are currently in the pod fill
for concern this year with stage, and some areas are
many crops ripening pre- seeing leaf drop and it has
maturely. been reported that the top Photos by Hillary Miller
and Darryl Holyk
The winter wheat and pods are drying out.
fall rye have seen average Sunflowers and corn There are many tips to help
yields this year, and are are being affected by the improve safety proced-
of good quality. For the dry conditions, and both ures on the farm. Some of
spring cereal crops, the head and cob fill are being these important remind-
majority have been har- affected. ers include taking extra
vested, and many produc- The pastures in the precautions when driving
ers are swathing in order region are showing the im- past or near slow-moving
to assist in crop dry down. pact of heavy grazing and farm equipment;  being
The yields reported are dry conditions, and there respectful of other driv-
average, and have a good is some concern about ers, as long lineups of ment on public roads;  be- sociated with fatigue and supervised play area
quality with high protein feed and straw shortages. slow-moving vehicles can ing aware of height, length when driving or hand- for children on the farm;
levels. This year, as with any cause frustration;  ensur- and weight restrictions on ling other tasks;  regularly and  identifying which
Many canola crops year, safety is of the ut- ing all lights are working farm vehicles and when inspecting and main- farm tasks are appropriate
in the area are beginning most importance during and are properly adjusted permits may be required; taining farm equipment; for young people, based on
to turn, and farmers have the busy harvest season. before moving farm equip- recognizing the risks as- creating a safe, separate their age and skill levels.

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Remembering The Practice of Backsetting
By Alex CAmpBell plowing took place in, from head right, pulling the
Interpretation Committee descriptions of how tough heads of other oxen in this
manitoba Agricultural the root mass of prairie direction through the horn
museum sod was to cut through, it ropes. As the heads turn
would be logical to think right, the team turns right.

I n a number of accounts
of homesteading there
is mention of the practice
that the re-plowing ran
with the direction of the
original plowing, not at an
How the farmer got
the oxen into motion is
not known as there is no
of backsetting which was angle to it.   whip visible. The whip was
carried out when break- How long the time not to beat the animals
ing sod. Just what back- period between the origi- with but rather to make
setting actually involved nal operation and the re- a cracking noise behind
was unknown to the In- plowing was not discussed the animal’s ears which
terpretation Committee at in the article either. One annoyed them and made
the Manitoba Agricultural would think that the  time them move.
Museum (MAM) until the period would be long The chain traces of
Committee obtained a enough that the plants the right-hand ox appears
Photo submitted
book on the history of the plowed under would have to be fastened to what ap-
Red River Valley. The book died with the root mass be- ber of oxen in the hitch. the farmer doing that he some amount of assets pears to be a wooden pole
contained a paragraph in ginning to break down.  As oxen had a reputation required six of these pow- accumulated elsewhere which is probably serving
which backsetting was de- Recently, a number as being more powerful erful beasts? and may possess a drill or as an evener. There ap-
scribed as plowing virgin of photographs from the than a horse the first ques- The Interpretation seed dribbler to seed the pears to be a heavy rect-
prairie sod to a depth of pioneer period were do- tion that came to mind was Committee began to look field with. A seed drib- angular beam laying on
two to three inches mak- nated to MAM. One of why are so many hitched more closely at the field bler resembled a drill only the ground immediately
ing sure that the grass and the photographs was of together? Particularly as being plowed and noted with no disc openers, slid- in-front of the plow wheel
vegetation was completely six oxen hitched together oxen also had a reputation that the field in the fore- ing shoes or hoe openers. that is seen in the photo
rolled under. Then, at a pulling a wheeled imple- as a cantankerous beast ground had been plowed A dribbler had a seed box which is likely serving as
later date, the field was re- ment that is obscured by capable of stubborn be- previous to this opera- with a fluted drive to mea- an evener bar. Given that
plowed at a depth of five to the oxen. While the quality havior. The more oxen that tion. While there appears sure seed out. The seed there are six oxen in the
six inches. While the para- of this photo is not good, were hooked together, the to be vegetation visible just fell on the ground and hitch, it is likely there are
graph does not describe it is an interesting photo more likely there was going at places, this vegetation a set of spring shanks with three eveners with two
which direction the re- because of the large num- to be trouble. So, what was does not appear to be ce- teeth mounted on the seed animals chained to each
real stubble. From the ap- dribbler buried the seed. evener. The heavy evener
pearance of the trend soil, Of course, in the pioneer bar is then needed as each
particularly as it formed era the farmer may just evener can be chained to
long ribbons, we were of have broadcast the seed by the bar and the bar then
the opinion that it was sod hand and lightly plowed or fastened to the plow. If the
being turned over. It was harrowed the seed in.  eveners were fastened di-
also noticed that between It is noticeable that rectly to the plow when the
the second and third oxen the oxen are not fitted with animals began pulling, the
from the left and continu- the heavy wooden neck outboard pair of animals
ing towards the horizon in yokes usually associated would begin to crowd in
the photo, the appearance with oxen but rather with on the centre team which
of the rolled over dirt is no- collars and chain traces. would then cause prob-
ticeably rougher and more There is also a rope fas- lems.
heaped up. It was then re- tened around the base of The tongue of the rid-
alized that the photo is of the horns of the right-hand ing plow is visible between
a farmer carrying out the ox with the end of this rope the third and fourth oxen.
practice of backsetting and then tied to the horn rope There is a neck yoke hang-
the wheeled implement is immediately to the left. The ing between the third and
more than likely a single horn rope of this ox is then fourth animals, chained to
bottom riding plow. Back- tied to the ox to the left of the bottom of each of the
setting would explain why this animal. This is repeat- animal’s collars, which is
the farmer needed six oxen ed all down the line of oxen supporting the end of the
on the plow. effectively “daisy chaining” tongue and keeping it off
As the farmer riding the horns together. the ground. The tongue’s
the plow is wearing a coat, One can also see a purpose was to steer the
it is likely that he is plow- strap of some sort on the plow as the tongue steered
ing in the fall. Just when right-hand animal lead- the right-hand front wheel
the original plowing took ing up over the back of of a riding plow.
place is not known but the animal and tied to the Ox collars were a dif-
judging from the lack of outside horn of the animal. ferent design than the col-
weeds and grass growing This may be a leather trace lars used on horses as the
on the turned over sod, it used to control the direc- ox pulls from the top of
is likely the first operation tion the ox is taking, by the animal’s neck whereas
that took place that sum- pulling on the horn of the a horse pulls from lower
mer. animal. There also appears down on the neck. Gen-
Next spring it is likely to be a strap running over erally, it is believed that
the field would be plowed the back of the left-hand wooden neck yokes for
once more with a set of har- ox which may be attached oxen were more common-
rows being also dragged to the outside horn of this ly used than neck collars
across the field to smooth ox. With the horn ropes but as we can see here, ox
out the surface, making in place, when the farmer collars were in use. It may
the field ready for seeding. wants to turn to the right, have been that collars were
Being as this farmer pos- he pulls on the trace at- easier to use than neck
sesses a riding plow and tached to the outboard yokes when a multiple
six oxen, he may have en- horn of the righthand ox oxen hitch such as the one
tered homesteading with which turns this animals seen here, was needed.
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off reserve. The purpose of the programs of WRCFS is to sustain, support, and enhance
family and community life. Reporting to the Community Based Team Supervisor, the Compass Credit Union - Erickson Branch training you need from an em-
worker will be responsible to work as part of a team in delivering a full range of child and Permanent Full-Time Position ployer-trusted program. Visit:
family services utilizing a community based model of service delivery, with emphasis on CareerStep.ca/MT or 1-855-
prevention and resource services as a frontline approach. The Erickson Branch of Compass Credit Union, located in Erickson and just minutes from the resort 768-3362 to start training for
DUTIES INCLUDE: town of Clear Lake, serves approximately 1,800 members. We have 8 staff and are currently seeking a your work-at-home career to-
• Ensure a working knowledge of CFS legislation, regulations, standards and permanent full-time Member Service Representative to join our team. day!
WRCFS policy and procedures
• To operate within the mandate, understanding the role of a mandated worker The Position: Taylor and Company,
• Complete the Structured Decision Making as required The Member Service Representative is the primary provider of deposit/withdrawal transactional Hay River, NT. Requires
• Provide Intake services using the Intake Module (IM)
• Provide direct service; Placement
services and advice to members. The MSR provides members with a variety of cash and non-cash related permanent Service techni-
• Ensure there is development of relevant community resources of an ongoing products, services, information and advice with courtesy and accuracy. The MSR responds to member cians for Plumbing, Heat-
nature and networks effectively with the existing resources inquiries, analyzes needs and assists members to utilize the products or services which best meets those ing, WETT and Refrigera-
• Ensure culturally appropriate services needs, referring those members who require specialized services and advice to other staff within the tion. Relocation package
• Make referrals to appropriate resources based on family assessments available. Email resumes
• Complete necessary administrative duties credit union.
to info@tayorco.ca Fax 867-
• Establishment of good working relationships with other community services
and resources
The Person: 874-4670 wwwtaylorco.ca.
• Provision of a full range of statutory child welfare services The ideal candidate will be motivated and a detail-oriented individual who is highly organized and Now HiriNg
• Provision of individual and family counseling possesses strong problem solving skills. As well, the ideal candidate will possess exceptional
QUALIFICATIONS:
interpersonal and communication skills. A minimum Grade 12 education or high school equivalency Full Time
• BSW with at least two years related experience preferably in First Nations Child
& Family Services. An equivalent combination of training and experience will is required and any additional education is considered an asset. Applicants must be available to work welders
be considered. Monday through Saturday. Looking for individuals
• Must have a commitment to First Nations Child & Family Services, community with good work ethics,
based planning & service delivery. Contact: capable of working
• Knowledge of and appreciation for Ojibway culture and aspirations are essential. independently as well
To explore this opportunity, please forward your resume and cover letter by September 7, 2018 to: as in team setting.
• The ability to speak Ojibway will be considered a definite asset.
• Must have demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and within a multi-
Sharon Larsen Offering competitive
Manager, Member Services & Projects wages dependent
disciplinary approach.
upon experience.
• Must have computer training and/or knowledge of Microsoft Office Compass Credit Union – Erickson Branch Apply to:
• Be familiar with the Structured Decision Making assessment tools, Intake & CFSIS
is essential.
Box 100 real industries
Erickson, MB R0J 0P0 raTHwell, MB
The successful applicant must provide WRCFS with a current Criminal Record Check that 1-204-749-3000 or
includes a Vulnerable Sector Search, Child Abuse Registry Check, Prior contact check and Email: sharon.larsen@compasscu.ca
jamier@realindustries.com
Driver’s Abstract prior to the commencement of employment. Travel is required. A valid Fax: 204-636-6199
driver’s license and access to means of reliable transportation for work is a condition of CLASS 1
employment. We thank all candidates for their interest; however only those TRUCK DRIVER
considered for an interview will be contacted. TO RUN CANADA
SALARY: Commensurate with experience and training and according to Provincial (24-2)
- Paid pick, drops,
pay scale. layovers and stat pay
Please submit resumes to: - Multi drop runs
Annette McKay, B.Ed., BSW, RSW
Employment Opportunity TENDER - Cell usage
Community Based Team Supervisor
West Region Child & Family Services, Inc.
Office Assistant - Benefit package
- Dedicated truck
- Sign on bonus
Box 280 The Municipality of Harrison Park is seeking applicants for the full time - Quarterly and annual
ERICKSON, Manitoba R0J 0P0 Fax: (204) 622-5248 position of Office Assistant, based at the Onanole Municipal Office. bonus

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS: Tuesday, September 4th, 2018 CLEAR DIESEL - Reset at home
- Weekend home time
Qualifications: FUEL TENDER - Paid training
We thank all who apply, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted The Office Assistant will be required to perform an array of - Referral program
Rolling River School Division
administrative duties including secretarial and receptionist duties. invites sealed tenders by the Contact Derek @
undersigned for approx. 275,000 204-793-7465
MINNEDOSA The ideal candidate must possess strong customer service and
communication skills in working with the public and other staff
litres of Clear Diesel Fuel. The
tendered price must be current at
Centennial
Transport & Leasing Ltd.
DENTAL members and suppliers. Computer literacy is essential. Microsoft the tender closing date of

CLINIC Windows programs including the Internet and knowledge of 12:00 Noon, Thursday,
Municipal Accounting programs is desirable.
August 30, 2018.
Fuel is to be delivered to Division
HEALTH
Part Time/Full Time Phase II owned tanks situated throughout
A detailed job description is available upon request.
Dental Assistant, the School Division. The duration
Interested applicants are asked to submit a resume, cover letter, and of the tender is from Trouble
required for the Minnedosa Dental Clinic. September 2018 to June 2019. Walking?
3 references by Thursday, September 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. to: Lowest or any tender not
Clinic hours are Tamara Sellman, CMMA necessarily accepted. Hip or Knee
Monday - Friday Replacement?
Assistant Chief Administrative Officer Sealed tenders clearly marked
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Municipality of Harrison Park “DIESEL TENDER” may be sent to:
Restrictions in daily
activities?
By mail: Box 190, Onanole, MB R0J 1N0 Cam Woodcock
Please send resume to Transportation Supervisor $2,500
By email: admin@harrisonpark.ca P. O. Box 1170 Tax Credit
mdc1239@hotmail.com
Dropped off: 43 Gateway Street, Onanole, MB Minnedosa, Manitoba R0J 1E0 $40,000
or mail to Phone 204-867-2754 (ext. 1) refund cheque/
Fax 204-867-2037
Minnedosa Dental Clinic The Municipality of Harrison Park wishes to thank all candidates cwoodcock@rrsd.mb.ca
rebates
Box 1200 for their interest but only those selected for further consideration
Disability Tax
Credit.
Minnedosa, MB will be contacted. (24-2) 204-453-5372
R0J 1E0
or drop off at office 150 - 2nd Ave. S.W.
(23-2)
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, August 24, 2018 13

LAND FOR SALE
3,000 ACRES OF COM-
PLETE High-End Cattle and
IN MEMORIAM
KITTSON TALBOT
August 29, 2006
Introduction to Shellfish
Part 2 of 3
Grain Operation for Sale in
Sask. Manages 2k to 3k Cow/ Life is so like a
Calf Operation with Com- delicate flower,
plete Solid Infrastructure. How can one expect the
200k Acres Cultivated. Con- fragrance to last forever.
tact Doug @ 306-716-2671 or cooked prawns should be flavour and texture, and

Cooking
saskfarms@shaw.ca Happy trails Kitty purchased for recipes that be served immediately.
require little or no cooking Raw prawns are available
Jim
LIVESTOCK x
With
of them since they are al- peeled or unpeeled, with
ready cooked. Overcooked or without tails, and de-
prawns are very rubbery veined or not. Deveining
PIGLETS FOR SALE TWO
MONTHS OLD, 20-30 LBS.
CARD OF THANKS CHEF DEZ and less flavourful. Ex- of larger prawns should
amples of applications for always be done. The “vein”
$10.00 EACH. CALL 1-204-
572-5882. We have said goodbye cooked prawns would be is the long dark intestine
for a salad, shrimp cock- imbedded along the top
A
to Clair Bertram our beloved s part two of a ser- ample of this. There are
husband, dad, grandpa and tail, or for adding at the length of the prawn. If
CARD OF THANKS uncle. In July a celebration of
ies of three columns many crayfish to be found
end of a cooked dish. Prop- the prawns you have pur-
on shellfish, this one will and some fisherman focus
his life was held at Clear Lake er thawing of your prawns chased are not deveined
with family coming across continue to focus on crus- solely on these for their
Many thanks from the taceans. If you missed my catch of the day. is recommended to pre- this can be easily per-
Canada to share memories
bottom of my heart to my previous column on crab The availability of vent bacteria growth. formed by running a knife
of times spent with Clair.
family. Tim, Sheri, Jessica, The family wishes to thank and lobster, please email prawns and shrimp is Whether cooked or blade along this line until
Mark, Susan and Mary for all everyone for visits, flowers, me at dez@chefdez.com much more common than raw, the recommended it is exposed. It then can be
their help during the time I food, cards, phone calls, e- procedure for thawing simply pulled or scraped
was in the hospital and for and I will be more than crayfish. Rarely available
mails and also donations to happy to send it to you. live, the markets near the them is in the refrigerator out.
getting me to and from the different organizations in his over a period of 24 hours. Prawns that still have
hospital. Would also like to Crustaceans is the coast will have prawns
name. Thank you to the staff This is a gradual thaw that their shell on, but have al-
thank the doctors and staff grouping that represent and shrimp available fresh
at Neepawa Hospital and to keeps them in a safe tem- ready been deveined are
in the Minnedosa Hospital Dr. Tariq for caring so much. A crabs, lobsters, shrimp, (never been frozen), how-
for my care. Thanks Again. crayfish, etc. They are all ever elsewhere they are perature storage zone. If frequently called “zipper-
special thank you is extended
Vincent Saler. P.S. Thanks for more “creature like” than usually purchased either you are in a hurry, then a backs”. These are perfect
to the staff and workers of
the pie Linda. X the Care Home and Palliative mollusks (the other shell- frozen or thawed from fro- water thaw can be accept- when you want to serve
Care. We are fortunate to have fish category which will be zen. Small shrimp are also able as a second choice. prawns as a finger food
A Very Special Thank theses services in Neepawa. This is done by putting the when your guests peel
You to all who attended our my focus in the third in- available in cans.
The Bertram Family. x stalment) because of their Prawns and shrimp frozen prawns in a bowl in them as they eat... aptly
65th Wedding Anniversary the sink. Fill the bowl with called “peel and eats”.
Celebration. It was a very en- Have an visible legs and eyes. They as we know them in the
are usually thought of only market are actually only cold water and continue to            
couraging and uplifting day!!!
We felt very blessed. A special upcoming event? living in saltwater, which is the tails of these creatures. run a slow stream of cold Dear Chef Dez,
Thank You also to our fam- true for the most part, but Some prawns are avail- tap water into the bowl. The I heard someone referring
Let people
ily for the work involved in there are some forms of able with the legs and shell water level will obviously to prawns as a 20, 25. What
making it such a success. The
know through overflow so make sure that does this mean? Rachel T.
crayfish, crabs and shrimp still attached, but rarer are
special songs that were sung, The Classifieds! drain is open. Keep run-
that also inhabit bodies some larger varieties sold
food, decorations and for ning the stream of cold Dear Rachel,
some, the distance that they ADVERTISE FOR of fresh water. Lake of the in whole form, eyes and all.
Woods in Kenora, ON, When purchasing water until the prawns are This is referring to their
had to travel to get here. God AS LOW AS $9.00 thawed approximately 15 size. A 20/25 prawn is
bless you all!!! Ron & Beryl where we vacation quite them frozen, there are
204-867-3816
frequently, is a perfect ex- many options and you to 20 minutes depending large. It means that there
Parrott class@minnedosatribune.com
will need to take into ac- on their size. are approximately 20 to 25
count how you plan to Raw prawns pur- prawns per pound. There-

TRIBUNE PRINTING serve them, when making chased fresh, frozen or fore, prawns considered to
your selection. Very small thawed obviously need to be 32/36 would be much
shrimp, whether frozen, be cooked, but one should smaller, as there would be
thawed or canned, are al- never overcook any shell- an average of 32 to 36 per
ways sold pre-cooked, but fish, because they become pound.
with larger prawns one rubbery. They should
also has the option of pur- only be cooked until they
chasing them raw. Frozen just turn pink for optimal

PROPERTIES FOR SALE

Prairie Mountain Ph: 204-867-4657
Independently Owned Gwen Usick Fax: 204-867-2150
and Operated Broker Realtor
gwenu@mts.net

ICE
PR
NEW

WE DO IT ALL! MINNEDOSA MINNEDOSA MINNEDOSA
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Space galore in this immaculate well
maintained 3 bedroom 2 bath home. This
beautiful home has seen numerous recent
MINNEDOSA - 1,035 sq.ft.

Business Cards, Receipt Books, - 4 bedroom, 2 baths,
walk in closet
upgrades that include HE gas furnace with
central air, HWT ‘15, shingles ‘12, most
- 832 sq.ft. - Immaculate, 2 bedroom,
1 1/2 bath.
windows ‘16, doors, 4 piece bath, flooring,
- 3 bedroom, 2 bath.
Posters, Colour Copying and more - Large corner lot, single
car garage.
ceilings, walls, basement, living room
addition, electrical, plumbing and more.
Outside you will find the perfect workshop
- Single car garage.
- Attached car port with
heated double car garage
with wood stove, furnace & sitting area
- Completely renovated - 15 1/2 lots. Numerous

204-867-3816
- Windows, shingles, making the perfect man cave get away!
updates
facia, eaves all approx. head to toe.
10 years MLS #1804051 MLS#1803853
MLS #1815260 $159,900 MLS #1812397 $219,900 $224,900 $215,900 $282,700

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PROPERTIES FOR SALE

“Living in your
Community”
Proud Supporter

www.ricktaylor.remax.ca Rick Taylor 867-7551
CONSTRUCTION
ricktaylor@remax.net

BIR CH
BIRCH Parish Backhoe
CONSTRUCTION LTD. Services
GENERAL ●Septic Systems ●Weeping tiles
CONTRACTORS ●Water Systems ●Basements
• Specializing in water & sewer
Commercial ●All types of excavation●
NEW LISTING installation & repair Residential Certified in waste
• All types of excavation
515 - MINNEDOSA ST. 322 HARRISON ST. 240 - 5TH AVE. S.W. • Basements, Demolition
• Snow removal
867-0400 water management
Call: Ian
NEWDALE NEWDALE
- 1,100 sq. ft. bungalow with
MINNEDOSA • Gravel, Topsoil
• Sales of septic tanks
0r
- 1,330 sq. ft. 1 ¾ storey
- Extensive renovations
fully finished basement
- 980 sq. ft. bungalow
Kirk 867-0180 867-7506 874-2134 or 867-0383
-3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms - 3 bedrooms, 2 baths
and upgrades
-Double attached garage and - Single attached garage
Bryon Gaiser
HWM
- Appliances included 1.65 acres $199,900 MLS #1822452
$49,500 MLS #1819609
$224,500 MLS # 1814652 Truck & Skid
Steer Service
Competitive Rates
204-868-5702 DEMOLITION BILL HOPKINS
204-867-0260
NEW LISTING SEMI WITH LOW BED &hopkinswelding@hotmail.com
END DUMP
43 BEACH RD.
SANDY LAKE
171 - 6TH AVE. N.E.
MINNEDOSA
257 - 1ST AVE. S.W.
MINNEDOSA
ELECTRICAL
- Lakefront lot ready - 1,380 sq. ft. 3 bedroom - 1,064 sq. ft. mobile home on
for new build
- Immaculate condition and
titled lot C. BURTON ELECTRICAL EAVESTROUGH
- 50’ frontage
Enterprises Ltd.
lots of updates - 3 bedrooms, 1 bath Bill Hopkins 2.indd 1 4/30/2018 1:04:53 PM
- Plenty of room for parking - Sunroom and double - Single detached garage.
Refridgeration
$109,900 MLS #1711745 detached garage $97,900 MLS #1822444 Air Conditioning,
$284,900 MLS #1822536 Heating & Electrical

30 Years
BILL HOPKINS5” AND 6” continuous
Considering listing your Property? 204-867-0260 eavestrough
Call me today for great service at great rates! Ex perience!! hopkinswelding@hotmail.com
Siding Roofing
Bus : 867-3950 Soffit Fascia

ACCOUNTING CONSTRUCTION Fa x: 867-2340
Glen Burgess
Closed cell Polyurethane Spray foam
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: mcreal@live.ca
Concrete forms, Rebar, Wire Mesh,
George Allard, FCGA* Weeping Tile, Concrete Sealer, Snap Ties
Gateway Street All at Competitive
FERTILIZER FINANCE
Onanole, MB
204-848-7413
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
204-759-2680
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
*Denotes Professional Corporation AUTO littlevalleyconstruction@live.ca
Robert - 204-867-7113 204-867-6350
204-868-5980 or 204-867-5544 Fairmount Solar and Electrics Brad Ross
For All Your Electrical Needs 204-867-6366
CatharineÊ
MÊ GijsbersÊ
204-874-2360 Terry McLenehan
204-867-6363
Susan Glasgow
Chartered Professional BACKHOE & TRUCKING 204-867-6353
Accountant Inc.
MinnedosaÊ Dunwoody
● AC
REAL ESTATE Debbie Strelczik
Ê 213ÊÊ 2ndÊ StÊ NEÊ Ê -Ê Ê BoxÊ 385Ê Ê (48-4)
204-867-6360
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
AUTO BODY
REAL ESTATE NEEDS
HAULING 204-867-6361
BDO Canada, LLP All Auto Body Repairs Candice Brown
204-867-6362
Chartered Accountants Ph: 867-2083
and Advisors 5 Main St. North
Brian Horner Alayna McTavish
204-867-6354
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
204-867-6357
Sarah Campbell, CGA www.suttonharrison.com Fax
39 Main Street South Call 204-867 3816 204-867-6391
Minnedosa 867-2957
204-867-7182
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INSURANCE PLUMBING SEPTIC SERVICES SERVICES
MINNEDOSA
WAHOSKI G ORD K E L LY Lakeside St. Alphonsus
Septic Service
INSURANCE SERVICES
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
www.johnstonyardcare.comÊ
Law Office - Committed to Caring -
B-116 MainSt.St
110B Main S. S HILLSIDE
Association
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
cpcancerservices@shaw.ca
www.centralplainscancer
Heating
Meetings are held at Ventilation/Air quality
http://www.ajaxlaw.ca Neepawa Library 3rd Tuesday of 476-2483 services.com
Ty Burton the month 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Owner/Operator
Air Conditioning
Refrigeration

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,
burglaw@mts.net • Construction •
MAIN OFFICE
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
SIMS & COMPA N Y copperwoodenterprise@gmail.com
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
PAINTING Matt Saler
204-868-6886 Narcotics
email: pennyjoford@gmail.com Systems, Monitors &
Accessories
204-867-2287
67 Main St.
Anonymous can help Minnedosa, MB
TRADING Waterpals Phone 867-3164
TAC
BURTON PAINTING Meetings every Potable Water Delivery E-mail: darm112@mts.net
Tuesday & Minnedosa and area Ventures Inc.
Myrna Alexander
Charles Health Inspected
Myrna
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 &
TRADING STORE
Farm Raised Animals
221 Hamilton Street, Scrap Metal Pick up!!
Lorne or Ian Arnold Contracting
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Book 867-5551 Garbage Removal
This Spot Gently Used Furniture Cells: 204-867-7380 Bin Rentals
Construction Demolition
for Clothing & Misc. Items SERVICES or 204-848-0660 Renovating
Household clean up
Donations Josh McKay - Sales Rep
only Estate clean ups
Estate Sales
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THE

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Bloomin’ Newdale News
Volunteer By Raven’s Glen WI They took in the Irish, Ca-
ribbean and Scandinavian
the Care Home. They also
watched their grandson

Sunflower S tan and Martha Born
visited with Doug and
Linda Baker on Tuesday,
pavilions enjoying food
and drinks at each one.
The entertainment was
Jordan of Brandon who
was playing soccer there
that day.
August 13th. They had top-notch at every one! It’s hard to believe that
been visiting family in the Frank and Helen school will be starting in
The pictured area for the previous week. Toews of Carman visited several weeks, we’ll all be
sunflower plant is Their daughter Tammy with Bob and Willene sorry to see this beautiful
one of a few that have and Nolan Tutkaluk live Young recently. Frank was summer end. Fields are
grown from volunteer in Brandon with their two the UGG manager in town being swathed and com-
seed in the yard of children. before its closing. bining will soon be in full
Vern and Lois Phillips Several ladies from The Clarks visited with force. Have you noticed
in the southeast corner town joined the tour group Enid’s cousin Joan (Stin- that the swallows are flock-
from Destinations Plus out son) and John Suderman ing already, getting ready
of town. While each of
of Minnedosa to visit sev- in Dauphin last Sunday. to leave?
the plants are doing
eral Pavilions at Folklara- They enjoyed lunch with
well, this particular ma in Winnipeg last week. John before visiting Joan in
one has sixteen
flowering heads!
TRIBUNE DEADLINE Tuesday at 12 Noon

*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)
AUGUST 24TH - AUGUST 30TH * Try one of our delicious BBQ chickens!
* We sell fruit, veggie & meat trays and fruit baskets
*Senior’s Discount every Friday (65 & up) (STARTS FRIDAY 9:00 A.M. - ENDS THURSDAY 9:00 P.M.) (24 hours notice is appreciated)
*We sell R.O. water

GROCERY FROZEN FOODS
Nestle pure life ................................ 24x500ml ...... $4.50 PC™ frozen fruit asstd ............................................................600g ............. $4.49
Kraft peanut butter asstd ............................1kg ...... $4.99 Oetker Ristorante pizza asstd ............330-365g ...... $3.99
Casa Di Mama pizza asstd .............................................. 395-410g ............. $3.99
Gain liquid original ............................................................... 1.47lt ............. $5.49
Barilla spaghetti .......................................................................454g ............. $1.29 B&J cheery garcia/cookie dough ice cream ....................... 500ml ............. $4.99
Popsicle revello/fudge bars/tropical............................... 12x60ml ............. $3.99
Ragu original/ground beef .................. 640ml ...... $1.25 Magnum, Klondike ice cream asstd ...... 3x90-100ml ...... $4.99
PC™crackers crisp thin vegetables........................................225g ............. $1.79
PC™ dipped chocolate chip/caramel granola bars ..... 156-172g ............. $1.99 MM/Five Alive/Fruitopia frozen drink mixes asstd........... 295ml ..........2/$1.50
PC™ decadent chocolate chips asstd ............................ 226-300g ............. $2.79 Nestea lemon iced tea .......................................................... 295ml ..........2/$1.50

MEATS
PC™ maple brown oatmeal ...................................................430g ............. $2.49
PC™ tassimo great Canadian .................................................14ea ............. $7.99
PC™ decadent cookies asstd..................................................300g ............. $2.99
PC™ kettle chips asstd ............................................................220g ............. $1.99
PC™ 100% apple juice ......................................................... 200ml ............. $2.49
Snackpack juicygels asstd ..................................................... 4x99g ..........3/$4.00
PC Appletreet asstd .......................................................... 6x100ml ............. $1.89 PC™ BM lean shepherds pie, chicken pie.............................900g ............. $9.99
PC™ flavoured tea asstd .........................................................20ea ............. $2.49 PC™ smoked french chicken drums, thighs .........................800g ........... $10.99
Unico canned tomatoes asstd ............................................. 796ml ..........4/$5.00 NN™ crispy southern chicken .................................................1kg ........... $13.99
Unico red/white/black kidney beans asstd ........................ 540ml ..........4/$5.00 Outside round beef roast .................................. $3.99/lb
NN™ fruit bowls asstd ..................................................... 4x107ml ..........2/$4.00 Boneles pork loin chops centre cut ......................................................... $2.99/lb
Snackpack pudding asstd ....................... 4x99g .. 2/$3.00 Bone-in chicken breast fresh ............................ $3.49/lb

PRODUCE
Crisco golden flavour/vegetable shortening .........................454g ..........2/$5.00
Perrier sparkling water pink grapefruit/lemon ........................ 1lt ..........2/$3.00
Quaker Life original, HC cereal ..................450g ...... $3.49
Quaker corn bran squares ......................................................500g ............. $3.49
Knorr pasta & sauce, Rice mixes asstd ........................... 131-150g ..........4/$5.00
Dare ultimate chocolate fudge cream/maple cream .... 290-300g ..........2/$5.00 Grapes - green, red ................................................................................... $2.49/lb
Quaker rice cakes/crispy minis asstd............................. 100-199g ............. $1.79 Cauliflower ..................................................................................................... $3.49
Ruffles, Old Dutch, Doritos chips asstd ......................... 220-250g ..........2/$6.00 Cucumber ...................................................................................................... $0.99
Five Alive mango, citrus juice asstd ..................................... 1.75lt ............. $2.99
MM orange juice original...................................................... 1.75lt ............. $2.99 FM Blue Plums ........................................ 1.5lt ...... $3.99
Phil cream cheese plain/light brick .......................................250g ............. $3.79 GH tomatoes on the vine ......................................................................... $1.29/lb
Phil soft herb and garlic/plain ................................................227g ............. $3.79 Blueberries ..................................................................................................... $2.99
Broccoli .....................................................................................................$1.99/ea

LUCKY DOLLAR
ALL PRICES ARE PLUS GST, PST & OTHER LEVIES WHERE APPLICABLE *WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
Green cabbage .......................................................................................... $0.69/lb

F O O D S
BAKERY
Wonder bread asstd.................................................................570g ............. $1.99
Little Debbie treats astd .................................................. 315-459g ............. $1.99
OPEN 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM, 7 DAYS A WEEK • 70 Main Street South, Minnedosa 867-2821
*PRICES AVAILABLE AT THE LUCKY DOLLAR IN MINNEDOSA ONLY