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Volume 136 Issue 25 Friday, August 31, 2018 www.minnedosatribune.com 90 cents plus tax

RCMP
Officer
Truck Troubles On Highway 16
Seriously
Wounded
Near Onanole
A s we go to press, we
learn of a serious
incident near Onanole
in which a male RCMP
officer sustained seri-
ous injuries after be-
ing shot near Onanole
Wednesday night.
STARS air ambulance
transported the officer
to hospital at approxi-
mately 10:20 p.m. that
evening.
A heavy police
presence was dis-
patched to the small,
normally quiet com-
munity just south of
Riding Mountain Na-
tional Park and resi-
dents in the area were
encouraged to lock all
windows and doors
and call 911 immedi-
ately if they witnessed
any suspicious or un-
usual activity in the Local emergency crews were called
area. out to two seperate truck incidents west
Police were search- of town on Highway #16 this week.
ing for three suspects At right, on Tuesday afternoon at
in connection with the approximatley 2:30, a delivery truck
shooting. The suspects driver experienced a front-end
were considered armed
malfunction and while trying to keep
and dangerous and
were located and tak-
the truck travelling eastbound, the
en into police custody malfunction threw his truck into
early Thursday morn- the ditch causing it to rollover.
ing. Above, the local fire crew responded
No further infor- to a rear wheel fire on a semi
mation was available at truck Wednesday morning.
press time. Fortunately, no one sustained any Photos by Don Burgess
injuries in either of the incidents.

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1st Anniversary!
Offering a Seniors Discount
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2 Friday, August 31, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Coming Together as a Community
Service Clubs Work Together To Secure Additional Funding For New Clinic
SUBMITTED headed the committee and
started the long process of

T he Minnedosa Lions
Club has always been
a strong supporter of the
filling out paperwork. Once
started, the club realized
that if they included Lions
community. About 20 Clubs from neighbouring
months ago the club made communities, they could
the decision to support the be granted a larger amount
new Dr. Ajai Khandelwal to donate towards the clin-
Primary Care Clinic with ic project. LCIF will match
a donation of $25,000. Re- the money raised by the
search led the local club Lions Club(s) to a maxi-
to the Lions Club Interna- mum of $100,000 USD. The
tional Foundation (LCIF) Lions Clubs of Sandy Lake,
for additional funding. Rapid City and Erickson
The Lions Club In- were approached to add
ternational Foundation their Club donations to the
(LCIF) provides grant grant, as those communi-
funding to assist Lions dis- ties are also served by the
tricts in developing and Minnedosa Health Servic-
implementing large-scale es. Thus, bringing the total
humanitarian projects. amount raised by the four
These humanitarian grants Lions Clubs to $51,000.
help Lions expand their However, the commu-
outreach and increase nity service club partner-
Photo by Darryl Holyk
their impact within local ship did not end there. The
and global communities to Minnedosa Lions also ap- (L-R): Wayne Hopkins (Hugh Dyer Legion), Wayne Mansell (Hugh Dyer Legion), Ray Orr,
serve even more people in proached the Minnedosa (Town of Minnedosa), John Mendrikis (Primary Care Centre), Ray Morgan (Primary Care Centre),
need around the world. Rotary Club and Minnedo- Gareth Boys (Lions Club International Foundation), Gord Lane (Primary Care Centre), Catharine
Minnedosa Lions ap- sa’s Hugh Dyer Legion
Gijsbers (Minnedosa Lions), Roberta Galbraith (Minnedosa Rotary), Ken Black (Rapid City
plied to the Foundation in hopes of reaching the
with the hopes of doubling $100,000 maximum. Ro- and Area Lions), Paul Richcoon (Sandy Lake Lions) and Reg Nylen (Erickson Lions).
their donation to $50,000. tary and the Legion both
Lion Catharine Gijsbers came on board and with the commitment of all ditional matching funding. grant application. On Minnedosa on the after-
of the partnering service Over the next year, May 12th, 2018, during the noon of Friday, August
clubs, $101,000.00 was in the Minnedosa Lions Club Minnedosa Lions 40th An- 24th onsite at the new clin-
place to apply for the ad- worked with LCIF on the niversary celebration, Lion ic. “We can’t thank them
Catharine had the privilege enough,” said Primary
NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS of announcing that LCIF Care Centre Chairman,
had approved the grant Gord Lane. “It’s great to
RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF MINTO-ODANAH application with a match- see these six service clubs
(Rural Municipality of Minto and Rural Municipality of Odanah) NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS ing grant of $100,000 USD working together to se-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the following days: TOWN OF MINNEDOSA ($130,000 CDN). This put cure funding for a project
September 12th, 13th, 14th, 17th & 18th, 2018 the total contribution to they felt was worthwhile.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the following days: the Primary Care Centre, They did all the homework
between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., at the following
September 12, 2018 until September 18, 2018 from the groups involved, and legwork required to
location:
between the hours of 8:30 A.M. TO 4:30 P.M. at $231,000 CDN. achieve this goal and it is a
Rural Municipality of Minto-Odanah, 49 Main Street S, Minnedosa, Members of the part- huge boost to our project.”
Manitoba, at the following location: MINNEDOSA TOWN OFFICE
nering service clubs and Working together
I will receive nominations for the offices of: I will receive nominations for the offices of HEAD OF COUNCIL and LCIF presented the funds with one goal in mind the
COUNCILLOR for the TOWN OF MINNEDOSA
REEVE to representatives of the groups came together and
THREE COUNCILLORS – WARD 1 The nomination deadline is September 18, 2018 at 4:30 P.M. Primary Care Centre are making a difference in
THREE COUNCILLORS – WARD 2 Nominations cannot be accepted after this day. committee and Town of our community.
All nominations shall be made in writing and shall be signed
of the aforesaid Local Authority. by at least twenty-five voters, or NOT less than 1% of the voters
The nomination deadline is Tuesday, September 18th, 2018 at 4:30 (whichever is the lesser) of the authority or ward (as the case may
p.m. Nominations cannot be accepted after this day. be), but in all cases by at least two voters. Each nomination shall
also be accompanied by the candidate’s declaration of qualification.
All nominations shall be made in writing and shall be signed
Nominations may be filed in person at the above location, on the date
Royal Canadian
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 and hours specified, by an agent, or by fax. To obtain a nomination
paper, and / or candidate’s declaration of qualification, contact the
Minnedosa Legion #138
be), but in all cases by at least two voters. Each nomination shall
also be accompanied by the candidate’s declaration of qualification. S.E.O. at the telephone number listed below.
Nomination papers not accompanied by the required documents
Nominations must be filed in person, at the above location, on
the date and hours specified. To obtain a nomination paper, and and not properly filed shall be rejected. Do you like playing Cribbage?
candidate’s declaration of qualification, contact the S.E.O. at the
above address or the telephone number listed below.
DONNA M. DILLABOUGH
S.E.O. FOR THE TOWN OF MINNEDOSA
Join Us!!!
Nomination papers not accompanied by the required documents and HOME: 204-867-2105 Every Tuesday
not properly filed shall be rejected. WORK: 204-867-2727
Aaren Robertson, S.E.O.
S.E.O. contact telephone number Starting September 11th, 2018
Phone: (204) 867-3282 204-867-2686 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Fax Number
Dated at Minnedosa in the Province of Manitoba,
this 20th day of August, 2018. Dated at MINNEDOSA on August 14, 2018. Drop in fee $3.00
Aaren Robertson, Senior Election Official
DONNA M. DILLABOUGH TOWN OF MINNEDOSA For more information call 204-867-3780
Senior Election Official (S.E.O.) Name of the local authority
Rural Municipality of Minto-Odanah
(24-2)
All members & guests
(24-2) (25-2)
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, August 31, 2018 3

Donate To STARS To Get Roberta Off The Island
the STARS Air Ambulance James Wall (Service Man- both the Manitoba Canola it is that the paramedics otherwise be available,”
service in Manitoba by ager at Janzen Chevrolet), Growers, as well as the do, and why these skills are mentioned Roberta.
being swept away to a re- Furlon Barker (Council- Crop Connect group. “I so important. Following Anyone wishing to
mote island for a day on lor for Hollow Water First feel very thankful for what the day on the island will support Galbraith’s fund-
Thursday, September 6th. Nation), Cheryl McKitrick I’ve raised recently,” said be a dinner for the group, raising efforts can do so at
The location of the island (Lion’s Club Member and Roberta. “The ag commu- where they will celebrate www.rescueontheisland.
is kept secret until arrival. RN), and Rocky Neufeld nity has really stepped up with the community and ca, and click the red button
She needs her community (Appraiser for Colliers In- and helped me.” the donors that have sup- under Galbraith’s name.
to help rescue her by help- ternational Realty Advi- She and the four other ported the organization. If someone is not com-
ing her reach a fundraising sors). individuals will be flown Galbraith believes puter savvy, they can con-
goal of $50,000 for STARS. Roberta has been out to a remote island for a STARS is an important ser- tact Galbraith directly and
Currently, Roberta is at asked to participate in the day, where they will partic- vice to have, particularly in she will pick up a cheque.
about 71% of her final goal, Stars fundraiser in the past ipate in skill testing activi- rural Manitoba, because She pointed out that while
but will not rest until it has and found this year to be ties that have been dubbed STARS Air Ambulance pro- the event is on September
been met. the perfect time to take “Super Secret Island Chal- vides a necessary service 6th, the fundraising will
By Hillary Miller Galbraith is one of five on this unique fundrais- lenges”. In the past, these that our regular health care be open for some time af-
Manitobans who will be ing adventure. After being activities have included system can’t. “Sometimes ter that, for anyone who

R oberta
Member
Galbraith,
Relations
Manager for the Manitoba
dropped off on the island.
Each of the “survivors”
has the same goal of rais-
involved in the Crop Con-
nect conference for the
last few years, she agreed
skills that might have been
involved in the paramed-
ics day-to-day job. The
STARS Air Ambulance fills
that gap, and gets people
into the emergency room
wishes to donate after the
rescue date. She also not-
ed that all donations, both
Canola Growers Associa- ing $50,000 for STARS. The to participating as the ag- purpose of the activities is a lot faster with top-notch personal and corporate,
tion, is raising funds for other participants include ricultural representative of to raise awareness of what medical care that wouldn’t are tax deductible.

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Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Around Canada Doesn’t Need A Death Tax
By AAron Wudrick wealthy” or “we should feel extra sorry for the recently

Town...
canadian Taxpayers Federation departed rich.” The real problem with death taxes lie in
what they do while their eventual targets are still alive.

T hese are challenging times for the Canadian
economy. An unpredictable president to the south
has contributed to uncertainty around NAFTA, while
Death taxes effectively  double tax  these
Canadians, and create strong perverse incentives
against long-term saving and investment. They impose
By Darryl Holyk American business tax cuts have  erased  Canada’s a penalty on future consumption by taxing it at a much
longstanding competitive tax advantage as we struggle to higher rate than current consumption, meaning thrifty
attract foreign investment. wealthy people who save and invest their whole lives end
Game Camp Impact… Even the Justin Trudeau government, which
as recently as its spring budget was content to pretend
up paying far more tax than profligate ones who fritter
theirs away. From a society-wide standpoint, this is bad:
In this week’s Newdale News, you will read about Ty-
all was well, finally seems to be acknowledging there’s it means  less economic growth, less job creation and
ler Dalke’s experience attending Assiniboine Community
actually a problem that needs to be tackled. slower improvements in living standards for all.
College Game Design Summer Camp. During the camp,
But how? Would you believe that against this We also need look no further than the United
which ran from August 20th to 25th, 17-year-old Tyler
depressing backdrop there are still those who argue that States to see that death taxes also create a big incentive
and his teammates created a video game called Impact.
what we really need are even more taxes? for aggressive  estate planning, ensuring that wealth is
For the video game fanatics out there, you can check out
That’s the conclusion reached by the left-leaning allocated in less efficient (but more protected) ways.
Impact, as well as other games created during the camp
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) in a This again reduces economic growth and job creation,
at https://itch.io/jam/summer-game-camp-2018
recent study. As part of a raft of new tax hikes, the CCPA while simultaneously frustrating the main objective
proposes that Canada implement a new death tax (for of the high-tax crowd (more revenue!) by minimizing
Getting Ready… those who find the term off-putting, the more genteel
term is “estate tax” or “inheritance tax.”)
the government’s eventual take (under our existing tax
code, billions in assets are parked offshore to help avoid
Another summer is quickly flying by and although
there is still a bit of time before the 2018-2019 school Inspired by the CCPA call-to-arms, over at taxes.)
year begins, School Division and teaching staff are busy the  Washington Post,  resident Canadian contributor While it’s true that Canada is currently the only
preparing for the new school year. This past week, Roll- David Moscrop picked up the death-tax baton and ran G7 country without a death tax, broadening the analysis
ing River School Division hosted a secretary start-up day with it, arguing that nothing less than the foundation of shows that the global trend has been to ditch, rather than
on Monday followed by a new teacher orientation day on democracy itself is at stake. “The most obscene way that impose, them. Australia and Norway abolished theirs in
Tuesday. Students in RRSD head back to class next Fri- wealth is made is through large-scale inheritance,” warns 1979 and 2014, respectively. Sweden  did away  with its
day, September 7th to kick-off the brand new school year. Moscrop, claiming that “passing along wealth facilitates death tax in 2004, which at its peak had been set at an
the concentration of resources in the hands of the few, eye-watering 70 per cent, and had been causing many
generation over generation.” wealthy Swedes to leave the country altogether simply to
Touring the Carlton Trail… One might protest that it’s actually more obscene avoid high taxes.
Lorne Radcliff of Cardale is organizing a historic trail for fortunes to be made by using governments to block And despite arguments of easy revenue, in OECD
venture along part of the old Carlton Trail at 1:30 p.m. on competition, or to suck money directly from the pockets countries the proportion of total government revenues
Saturday, September 29th. The tour will begin at the Mo- of taxpayers. But is it really true that passing your estate raised by such taxes has been falling since the 1960s as
line cairn site. This will not be a walking tour and those over to your kids ensures they’ll stay well-off forever? wealthy individuals get better and better at using legal
interested are encouraged to bring a 4x4 vehicle as there The evidence suggests otherwise. Indeed, even loopholes to minimize their tax burden.
are some deep ruts in some areas. Anyone interested in the CCPA study shows that in 2016, nearly half of Canada’s Finally, there’s no empirical support for the
more information or to register for this historic venture, 87 richest families weren’t heirs to a fortune, and that by assertion that the absence of a death tax in Canada
please contact Lorne at 204-566-2329. the third generation a mere 18 per cent of the ultra-rich is  causinginequality. Post-death tax Sweden  remains  a
owe their status to the simple luck of having wealthy relatively egalitarian country, suggesting a death tax is
forebearers. In other words, for the vast majority, the not a prerequisite to fostering societal equality, while the
Registrations packages… huge advantage of inherited wealth naturally dissipates U.S. and United Kingdom, which both have death taxes,
Up until just recently, there appeared to be no inter- over time, and income inequality does not automatically remain  more unequal  than death-tax-free Australia,
est in any new candidates running for Minnedosa Town perpetuate itself across generations. Norway and Canada.
Council in the upcoming election. Thankfully, there now But even if the generational transfer argument It’s understandable that some activists, who
appears to be some interest and Minnedosa Senior Elec- fails, is it really so bad to tax deceased millionaires? After never met a government program they didn’t like, will
tion Official, Donna Dillabough has handed out seven all, when a rich person dies, it’s not as if they can use their always be on the hunt for new revenue streams to fuel
registration packages to possible candidates. However, of money. Coddled, spoiled heirs didn’t earn it. So, what’s an ever-expanding government. But whatever their
those, none have yet officially registered. The registration wrong with the government grabbing a big piece to divvy superficial appeal, death taxes are a bad way to raise
period will remain open until September 18th. Hopefully, up among us poor living saps who still have bills to pay? revenue, while causing major, detrimental side effects.
enough candidates will step up so that Minnedosa rate- To be clear: good reasons to oppose death taxes Canadian policymakers should ensure they stay buried
payers can have an election to vote for their next Town do not include “they’re awful for the children of the for good.
Council.

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20 Years Ago… Cadurcis House
Arrives at Heritage Village Ye O l d
Trib
By DARRYL HOLYK

O n August 31st, 1998,
the period home,
known as “the Cadurcis
House” at Minnedosa Her-
itage Village was moved
onto the museum grounds.
The move was completed
by Brandon Building Mov- 1888 – Three prominent citizens of Minnedosa and
ers. a commercial traveller were lost on the prairie on
Prior to the move, con- Sunday morning. Although the distance they had to
tractors and volunteers re- travel was only five miles and they started for home
placed some of the houses at one o’clock, it was five o-clock before they reached
floor joists which were town.
more rotten than originally
thought. The home’s bal- 1898 – The agriculture implements dealers of town
cony and verandah also report the best season’s business in the history of the
had to be removed due to town. A great portion of the sales were for spot cash.
deterioration.
The Heritage Village
committee put out a call 1908 – This year, there seems to be an over supply
looking for an old period of harvest hands brought in from the east and some
home to sit alongside of them are finding difficulty on procuring work at
the Havelock School and once, although it is probably they will eventually be
Hunterville Church at the absorbed.
Heritage Village. After ex-
amining a number of old Tribune Archives photo 1918 – The stone front of the Masonic Hall has been
homes, the “Dickie” home original charm and char- nated heritage building, years of age, cut the ribbon torn down and replaced with white brick which gives
located at N.E. 2-15-9 in acter and fortunately, had underwent a major resto- to open the fully restored a brighter appearance to the building.
the Cadurcis District was not been vandalized while ration, inside and out and Cadurcis House to the
chosen. Built in approxi- sitting vacant. was officially opened on public. 1928 – The Old Age Pension Act will come into force
mately1910, the home had Following its arrival at July 4th, 2000. One of the September 1st and will be a maximum of $240 a year.
sat empty for a number of the Heritage Village, the home’s previous owners,
years, featured much of its now provincially desig- Mrs. Jenny Theirry, then 96
1938 – Harvest wages have hit $2.50 a day which is

Power Line Sparks
a peak for several years.

If your 1958 – Stan’s Cleaners have invited considerable
label money in Hild portable equipment used for cleaning

Fire At Brandosa reads

18/08/31
and shampooing household furniture ands car inte-
riors. Car dealers in town have already utilized the
equipment for cleaning car upholstery.
By HiLLARY MiLLeR The Minnedosa Fire vent this type of incident in
Department attended the the future. Luckily no one It’s time to
renew your 1968 – The new look-out built last week by the
L ast week, a fire broke
out in the yard of one of
the properties in the Bran-
scene to fully extinguish
the fire, which was dis-
covered to be caused by a
was harmed, and residents
and the fire department
were able to work together
subscription Parks Board is attracting the younger set. Situated on
the hill behind the campground, the look-out gives a
Call 867-3816 view of the entire town as well as the beach area. The
dosa Cottage area. Ac- power line that had been to get the situation under Parks Board has also built a series of winding trails
cording to Minnedosa Fire rubbing up against a tree. control. throughout the hills with a picnic area at the top.
Chief Dean Jordan, local “Residents are en-
area residents were able to couraged to contact Mani-
extinguish most of the fire toba Hydro if they see any 1978 – PFRA has requested that Town Council ac-
with a garden hose before lines rubbing or entangled cept the bid of $184,275 for the extension of water and
it had the chance to spread in trees,” said Fire Chief sewer services in the town’s northeast subdivision.
too far. Jordan. This will help pre-
1988 – An estimated crowd of over 60,000 took in
the Minnedosa Lions Harness Racing at the local fair-

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New Customs Perform at Pavilion Newdale News
SUBMITTED Music Festival and will By RavEn’S GlEn WI good as they started Pool
end September 15th in play with three losses. But

M innedosa Lake was
the backdrop for
Winnipeg-based singer/
Clearwater at the Harvest
Moon Festival. The duo,
Emma Cloney and Dale
W hat an exciting week
Tyler Dalke had
attending the first ever
in the playoff round they fi-
nally found their stride and
defeated host team Nova
songwriter duo, The New Brown, perform Indie Game Design Summer Scotia Saturday, then de-
Customs, on the evening Folk music, which is folk Camp through Assini- feated Quebec in their fi-
of Thursday, August 23rd. with influences of other boine Community Col- nal game Sunday to end up
Inspire Studio hosted music genres. Both artists lege. This Camp offered in seventh place (2-5). It
this house concert on the play multiple instruments 17 Westman teenagers the was really great they came
upper level of the beach such as guitars, Octave chance to learn the basics home with two wins!
pavilion for an intimate mandolin (Bouzouki), of computer program- Melanie Dalke accom-
group of approximately 20 violin, cigar box guitar and ming, animation and game panied the Baker family to
people. This was the duos contribute rich vocals as design. They were divided Nova Scotia and really en-
second visit to Minnedosa. well as storytelling of their into four teams with the joyed the ball games and
The New Customs held a ventures.  object being to produce a the sights they were able
concert in June performing They have completed “Video Game”. to take in around the area.
along with Logan McKillop, toured across Canada, Instructor and freelance Melanie will be heading
Madeleine Roger and generally three weeks at game developer Dylan back to B/U next week and
Ingrid Gatin.  a time, at house concerts Fries stated “if you can Bailey Baker will be head-
This was the start and festivals. They have program a video game you ing to ACC for his second
of a three-week tour for performed at the Winnipeg can program anything”. year, with Becky and Am-
this duo, who are headed Folk Festival as part of The skills required in game ber Baker back to school.
west as far as Powell the minstrel program, development can be used Good luck to all the
River, BC for the Sunshine entertaining guests and in a variety of different ca- Grade twelve grads who
reers. Tyler and his team are heading to university,
created a game called” Im- college, or into apprentice-
Photo submitted
pact” – next time you see ship programs or the work
volunteers “off the stage”. released early 2019. Emma Tyler he’ll explain it to you! force. This is the start of a
NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS They will be making a is an obstetrical nurse and Tyler has been taking com- new and very exciting time
MUNICIPALITY OF HARRISON PARK Home Routes tour to has two children which puter coding for several in their young lives and we
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the following the Yukon in October. keeps her very busy, along years in 4-H. wish them much success!
days: Tour dates are outlined with their music and Don and Pat Baker So nice to see the com-
Wednesday, September 12, 2018 on their website: www. touring.  and other family mem- bines rolling in this area,
Thursday, September 13, 2018 thenewcustoms.com.  The evening was bers have been in Bed- barley and wheat fields
Friday, September 14, 2018 The New Customs entertaining with some ford Nova Scotia watch- mostly. Balers seem to be
Monday, September 17, 2018 performed a new song fast-paced instrumentals, ing their granddaughter just as busy as most all the
Tuesday, September 18, 2018 which will be featured slower folksy tunes, stories Amber Baker playing ball wheat straw will be needed
between the hours of 9:00 A.M. and 12:00 NOON, and on an album they plan to and audience engagement. at the National U-16 Invi- in other areas because of
1:00 P.M. to 4:30 P.M. at the following locations: record this fall. Their third What a pleasure to hear tational Championships dry conditions. We are for-
Harrison Park Municipal Office, located at album, entitled  “Selling live music while enjoying with the U-16 Manitoba tunate around here that we
43 Gateway Street, in Onanole, Manitoba, and Religion on Government the sights and sounds of Team from August 23rd to have received timely rains
Harrison Park Municipal Office, located at Street” is expected to be the lake! 26th. Their luck was not for crops and gardens.
108 Main Street, in Newdale, Manitoba
Nominations will be received for the offices of:
Reeve
Three (3) Councillors – Ward 1
Tribune Deadline Tuesday at 12 Noon
Three (3) Councillors – Ward 2
Three (3) LUD of Newdale Committee Members Ê Ê
Three (3) LUD of Sandy Lake Committee Members ROLLING RIVER ROLLING RIVER
SCHOOL DIVISION SCHOOL DIVISION
of the aforesaid Local Authority.
NOTICE OF VOTERS LIST / PERSONAL SECURITY PROTECTION NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS
The nomination deadline is Tuesday, September 18,
2018 at 4:30 P.M. Nominations cannot be accepted after Notice is hereby given that a copy of the ROLLING RIVER SCHOOL DIVISION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the following days:
VOTERS LIST may be revised at:
this day. September 12, 13,14,17,18, 2018
Rolling River School Division Administration Office, 36 Armitage Avenue, Minnedosa, between the hours of
All nominations shall be made in writing on the MB on September 12,13, and 14, 2018 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. 9:00am to 12:00 noon and 1:00pm to 4:00pm
prescribed form and shall be signed by at least twenty- At this time the Senior Election Official will be available to update the voters list by:
at the

five voters, or NOT less than 1% of the voters (whichever
Rolling River School Division Administration Office
(a) adding the names of voters who are entitled to have their names on the list; 36 Armitage Avenue, Minnedosa, MB
is the lesser) of the authority or ward (as the case (b) deleting the names of persons who are not entitled to have their names on the I will receive nominations for the offices ofÊ
may be), but in all cases by at least two voters. Each list; and SCHOOL BOARD TRUSTEE FOR WARDS 1, 2,3,4,5
nomination shall also be accompanied by the candidate’s (c) making such other correction of errors to the list as required. of the ROLLING RIVER SCHOOL DIVISION

declaration of qualification. SCHOOL TRUSTEE ELECTION VOTER ELIGIBILITY: The nomination deadline is September 18, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.
A person is eligible to have his or her name added to the ROLLING RIVER SCHOOL Ê
Nominations may be filed in person at either of the above DIVISION VOTERS LIST if he or she is: Nominations cannot be accepted after this day.
locations, on the date and hours specified, by an official 1) a Canadian citizen and at least 18 years of age on election day; and All nominations shall be made in writing and shall be signed by at least twenty-five
agent, or by fax. To obtain a nomination paper, and/ voters, or NOT less than 1% of the voters (whichever is the lesser) of the authority or
2) a resident of the Rolling River School Division for at least six months prior to
ward (as the case may be), but in all cases by at least two voters. Each nomination
or candidate’s declaration of qualification, contact Ê the election day
shall also be accompanied by the candidate’s declaration of qualification.
Senior Election Official (S.E.O.) at the telephone number APPLICATION FOR PERSONAL SECURITY PROTECTION:
Nominations may be filed in person at the above location, on the date and hours
A voter may apply in writing to the Senior Election Official (at the address / fax
listed below. number below) no later than September 14, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. to have his/her name and
specified, by an agent, or by fax.
other personal information omitted or obscured from the voters list in order to protect To obtain a nomination paper, and / or candidate’s declaration of qualification, contact
Nomination papers not accompanied by the required the voter’s personal security. The application may be submitted in person, by mail or the Senior Election Official at the telephone number listed below.
documents and not properly filed shall be rejected. fax and must include your name, address and include proof of identity.
Nomination papers not accompanied by the required documents and not properly filed
Chad Davies All changes to the voters list must be completed on or before September 18, 2018. shall be rejected.
Senior Election Official (S.E.O.) Dated at Minnedosa in the Province of Manitoba, on August 24, 2018. Jean Garbolinsky
Senior Election Official
Phone: 204-848-7614 Jean Garbolinsky Rolling River School Division
Fax: 204-848-2082 Senior Election Official 36 Armitage Avenue
Rolling River School Division Box 1170
Dated at Onanole, Manitoba, this 36 Armitage Avenue Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
22nd day of August, 2018. Box 1170
Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 jgarbolinsky@rrsd.mb.ca
_________ ______ (Work) 204-867-2754
Chad Davies jgarbolinsky@rrsd.mb.ca
Senior Election Official (Cell) 204-868-0104
Senior Election Official (Work)
(Cell)
204-867-2754
204-868-0104
Rolling River School Division (Fax) 204-867-2037
Municipality of Harrison Park (24-2) (Fax) 204-867-2037 Dated at Minnedosa in the Province of Manitoba, on August 22, 2018.
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, August 31, 2018 7

Community Info Sessions Held on Four Winds Project
By Hillary Miller In addition to the two pleton truly believes that
engineers, the information the project is full of posi-

L ast week, August 22nd
to 24th, the partners
involved in the Four Winds
sessions also gave commu-
nity members a chance to
discuss the project with the
tives. “I am proud to be a
part of this. As a Harrison
Park Councillor, any of the
Environmental Man- partners involved, includ- negatives they are trying
agement Regional Solid ing representatives from to point out, I am going to
Waste and Recycling Fa- the Municipality of Clan- make sure that all of those
cility hosted information william/Erickson, Rolling things are mitigated.”
sessions in Sandy Lake, Er- River First Nation, the Mu- Hopefully, residents
ickson, Onanole and New- nicipality of Harrison Park who attended the informa-
dale. and Keeseekoowenin First tion sessions found them
The information ses- Nation. very informative and came
sions gave citizens the op- Doreen Stapleton, away with some answers to
portunity to voice their Councillor for Harrison their many questions and
concerns to the partners Park, has full confidence concerns. The recent info
involved, and ask any tech- in the engineers’ ability to sessions gave the partners
nical questions they might do their job. She is happy of the Four Winds Landfill
have had to the engineers to be a part of the Four project the opportunity to
who are working on the Photo by Hillary Miller
Winds project and enjoys discuss their plans with
project. The engineering the philosophy of the part- those who were willing
firm, Neegan Burnside, derstand why people are He also indicated that the sure that it is properly op- nership. The fiscal part of it and interested in hearing
was represented by Tech- asking questions, but we sites that were considered erated, which includes the is hard to ignore, but Sta- them.
nical Manager Kent Hunt- are confident, based on were simply coincidentally appropriate covering of
er and Project Manager our experience and our outside of the 15km prox- the site. “If the board is not
Kris Sewgoolam. Hunter work elsewhere that we imity to the airport. operating it properly, they
is employed by Burnside, can make it work.” Another concern are going to get called on
and comes with 30 years While the session in at the August 7th meet- that, so it has to be done,”
of landfill experience, and Sandy Lake saw a heated ing was the expectation mentioned Hunter. En- NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS
is a professional engineer
who has been involved
discussion over the pro-
posed site, Hunter truly
that citizens would hit a
60% recycle rate, which
suring that there is regular
cover over the garbage is Rural Municipality of OAKVIEW
in many significant land- believes the project is a was deemed unattain- one of the main priorities.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on September 12th, 13th, 14th, 17th,
fill projects. Sewgoolam positive step forward. “I able. Hunter addressed This not only contains it
and 18th, 2018 Between 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon and 1:00 p.m. to
comes with over five years do think that this is the this concern by noting that and keeps it from blowing
4:30 p.m. at:
of experience in managing right thing to do,” he said. the 60% is a target, but that off site but it also keeps an-
1. The R.M. of Oakview municipal office at 10 Cochrane Street in Oak
projects, which have had “You have a whole bunch the financial modelling is imals from getting into it,
River, MB and
varying degrees of com- of small sites making one not based on the 60%, but keeps the odour down and
2. The R.M. of Oakview satellite office at 435-3rd Avenue in Rapid City,
plexity. He is currently larger site that is properly rather all waste going into helps reduce fire risk.
MB
involved in seven landfill operated, and I do really the site, making it a con- The concern of leech-
NOMINATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING WILL BE RECEIVED:
planning projects. think that this is a good servative model. “I don’t ing into nearby ground-
The two were able to project.” want people to think that water was discussed as Reeve for the R.M. of Oakview
engage with community At a concerned citi- if they don’t get the 60% well. “The site will have Two (2) Councillors at large for Ward 1 of the R. M. of Oakview
members at each meet- zens meeting held in San- diversion, its not going to to be designed to ensure (formerly the Town of Rapid City)
ing to provide information dy Lake on August 7th, it be feasible – that’s not cor- there is no impacts to the Two (2) Councillors at large for Ward 2 of the R. M. of Oakview
and address questions and was suggested that claims rect,” he said. groundwater and to make (formerly the R.M. of Saskatchewan)
concerns about the pro- made by R.M. of Clanwil- Additionally, the con- sure there is no impact to Two(2) Councillors at large for Ward 3 of the R. M. of Oakview
posed project. “People are liam/Erickson that they cern about garbage blow- the surface water,” he said. (formerly the R.M. of Blanshard)
asking questions, and they could not have the landfill ing beyond the boundar- “It’s really all part of how
nearer to them due to the ies of the landfill site was it is designed.” He stated Three (3) Committee members for the Local Urban District of Oak
should ask questions,” said
proximity to the airport also addressed. Hunter that while any type of miti- River
Hunter, who has heard
numerous concerns over were unsubstantiated. explained that landfills gation, such as measures Three (3) Committee members for the Local Urban District of
cost, financing, location, Hunter pointed out that the need to be operated in a taken to protect bodies of Rapid City (formerly the Town of Rapid City)
environmental impact and facility’s chosen location in certain way to ensure that water, will come at a cost,
the impact on taxes. “We the R.M. of Harrison-Park garbage does not blow into they have taken into con- The nomination deadline is September 18th, 2018 at
are designing the site to be near Highway #250 was neighbouring properties, sideration the amount of 4:30 p.m.
protective of the environ- not selected solely because leaving an unsightly mess. protection required, and Nominations cannot be accepted after this time.
ment – we design landfills, of the airport – there was a This will be stipulated in he does not expect there
that’s what we do,” said lot more to it during the the operating procedures to be any major surprise All nominations shall be made in writing and shall be signed by at least
Hunter. “There is a process property selection process. of the new landfill to en- costs down the road. twenty-five voters, or NOT less than 1% of the voters (whichever is the
that we go through, and “With the areas that were lesser) of the authority or ward (as the case may be), but in all cases by
it’s going to be reviewed excluded, there was more at least two voters. Each nomination shall also be accompanied by the
by the province.” Hunter to it than the proximity to candidate’s declaration of qualification.
showed no concern over the airport,” he mentioned
the process that the group noting that the proximity Rolling River School Division Nominations may be filed in person at the above locations, on the date
is taking in order to get the to the airport is more of a and hours specified, by an official agent, or by fax. To obtain a nomination
project in motion. “I un- standard than a regulation. paper, and/or candidate’s declaration or qualification, contact the S.E.O. at
The first day of classes in
Rolling River School Division for the 2018-2019 school year is 204-566-2146.
Friday, September 7, 2018.
Nomination papers not accompanied by the required documents
I, Brent Fortune, from A reminder to all motorists to be mindful of the speed limit in
and not properly filed shall be rejected.

Cardale am letting my name school zones; please watch for our children who walk to school.
A flashing strobe light indicates a bus is near; when meeting or
Dated at Oak River, MB this 17th day of August, 2018.

stand for re-election following a school bus, the flashing red light requires you to stop. Diane Kuculym
Senior Election Official
Bonnie-Lee Wright
Assistant SEO
for Reeve in the Thank you for helping ensure the safety of our children.
R. M. of Oakview
Phone 204-566-2146
R.M. of Oakview
Phone 204-826-2515
R.M. of Oakview Fax 204-566-2126
oakviewcao@mymts.net
Fax 204-826-2274
oakviewadminrc@mymts.net
- RRSD Board of Trustees and Administration
(24-2)
(25-2)
8 Friday, August 31, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

An Exchange Trip to Croatia
By Hillary Miller trip to Croatia. would be interested in par- to participate, although
Some time ago, the ticipating in a speaking they were in two differ-

O ne of Minnedosa’s
young volunteers,
Rayna Topham, recently
Minnedosa 4-H Club
was approached by the
Minnedosa Lion’s Club to
competition in Winkler,
MB. Rayna, who is heav-
ily involved in 4-H and an-
ent categories. Topham
competed with a speech
about the brain injury she
returned from an exchange see if any of the members other club member agreed received while playing soc-
cer, and the process she
went through on the road
to recovery. Rayna won
the competition and was
given the choice between
a $150 cash prize, or $1,000
towards an exchange trip
through the Lions Youth
Camp and Exchange Pro-
gram. She chose the trip
which the Lions helped
her arrange. As to where
she could travel, she could
choose any number of
unique locations around
the world and after some
research, chose Croatia.
“It was a pretty big de- Photo submitted
cision,” she said, but Rayna
chose Croatia due to its lot of time travelling from nearby islands for explora-
mild climate, and the fact village to village, giving tion.
that it was deemed a safe her an appreciation of lo- Topham believes that
place by the Canadian cal culture and everyday her biggest take-away from
government – which made life. She suggested that the the trip was getting out in
her application for health villages she was able to ex- the world and exploring
insurance successful. She plore had a similar look to new places. “I was super
was gone for 21 days, leav- old Quebec. scared to travel alone, be-
ing home on July 12th, and Her next stop during cause I had never done it
returning on the 1st of Au- the exchange was the capi- before,” said Rayna. “Once
gust. tal city of Zagreb, where I got there I realized that
Topham stayed with she and the other youths I was fine and everything
a host family for the first in her group were bused was okay, and I really en-
11 days of her trip, which to Porec, a seaside city that joyed myself.” Another
included a host sister, par- was a six-hour drive from highlight of her exchange
ents and grandparents. As Zagreb. The youths stayed experience was ziplining
only the host sister spoke at a resort where her camp across caverns, where she
English, she noted that was held. Here, Rayna could see local villages
the language barrier with stayed with 25 others from from above.
the rest of the family was all around the world. Rayna truly had a great
difficult. “The host sister At the camp, each time during her exchange,
would have to translate person had to give a pre- and it was a great experi-
everything for me, and she sentation on their coun- ence for her. She would
was fairly fluent in English, try, where they would talk love to go back one day
but there were times when about where they are from and encourages others
she didn’t know the trans- and their country’s tradi- to participate in interna-
lations, and she didn’t tions. They took many tional exchanges if given
translate, so I just had to daytrips from the camp to the opportunity. Rayna is
nod my head and pretend local communities, where grateful to the Lion’s Club
like I knew what was going they would do volunteer for the opportunity, and is
on,” recalls Topham. work and enjoy the local planning to participate in
Rayna’s host family beaches. Rayna was also the speech contest again
lived in inner Croatia, not given the opportunity to this November.
by the sea, so they spent a take a boat to some of the

Photo submitted

exchange students are wearing red while chaperones are in blue.
This photo was taken in Pula where the group volunteered
to play with children for an afternoon.
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, August 31, 2018 9

UCT Hosts Waves of Hope BBQ
myCommunity
Neighbours Indeed On the evening of
Be a Neighbour... Wednesday, August
And announce
these special events 15th, the Minnedosa
to your community
UCT hosted an
●Birth of Child
●Wedding
evening of fine food
●Wedding Anniversaries and camaraderie with
25th, 40th, 50th, 60th members of the Waves
●New home residency
You may qualify for a of Hope Dragon Boat
personalized keepsake paddlers. This has
gift offer compliments
of local business and become an annual
professional sponsors event to show the
Minnedosa Pharmacy local club’s support .
Glenndosa Glass 1990 Ltd.
Minnedosa insurance Services The Waves of Hope
Kim’sQuality Foods
Integra Tire paddlers spend their
Heritage Co-op
Minnedosa Tribune
summer practices
Gateway Motel weekly at
Be part of your Community! Minnedosa Lake.
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Reena’s Tips and Helpful Hints
Dear Reena, ive, vegetable, canola etc. Dear Reena, the tub is my only option, collecting on the blinds. Dear Trevor,
Years ago, your col- and slowly add the oil into I live in an apartment but then what should I do Or vacuum the blinds us- Wet the area with dish
umn featured a sugges- the butter until you have style condo so I have no with them? Ben ing the dust attachment. If soap and water to dampen.
tion for making spreadable a fairly liquid product (ex- access to a clothesline or you do decide to wash the Scrape the area gently with
butter. What were the mea- periment to find the con- any place to hang things Dear Ben, blinds in the bathtub; lay a metal putty knife or razor
surements and ingredi- sistency you prefer.) If you outside. The blinds in our Consider purchas- them on a towel and dry blade. Wipe to clean; your
ents? Helen wish, you can add a little bedrooms are the nar- ing an inexpensive steam them with your hair dryer. stove should look as good
additional salt. You will row metal type, ivory co- cleaner for your home. as new!
Dear Helen, now have a fairly liquid loured. They are getting Spray the steam cleaner Hi Reena,
Soften a pound of but- product. really dingy and I was seri- onto the blinds; wipe slats I was wondering if you To keep big hairy spi-
ter overnight in a large, Pour your “new” but- ously thinking of replacing with a clean sock or rag. have any tips/solutions for ders out of your house,
mixer bowl. The next day ter into individual small them, but then I thought For regular cleaning, wipe getting the discoloration take horse chestnuts,
start blending your but- containers and store in you might know an easy slates with a fabric soften- out of the rubber liner just pierce them with a needle
ter until it is creamy. Into the fridge. This product way of washing them. In er sheet to deter dust from inside the door of a front or awl and put them in the
a large measuring cup will harden and remain loading washing machine. corners and under the fur-
pour one and a half cups spreadable. Harmpreet niture in each room. They
of your favorite oil i.e. ol- don’t deter little spiders,

Basswood News Dear Harmpreet,
While wearing gloves
just those horrible large
ones! Diane
Minnedosa combine: one gallon warm
water with one cup of liq- While it is true that,
Lions Club By Zelda FirBy uid bleach. Apply to the
seal; wait five minutes.
razor blades are made of
stainless steel; it is also
CONGRATULATIONS C ongratulations to Bryce and Lisa Buchanan on the
birth of their second son.
On Saturday, Mark and Sylvia Firby and family at-
Scrub with an old tooth-
brush. Rinse with water.
true that hair is a protein,
so how can hair dull your
blades? It doesn’t; what
Rick Woodcock $500 tended the wedding of Sylvia’s sister Diane LaCoste to Dear Reena, dulls the blade is the soap
Fred Sharpe at the couple’s farm. Congratulations to the How can I safely re- or shaving cream you use.
Gareth & Linda Boys $300 newlyweds. move some burned on So, store your razor in a
On Sunday, Mark and Sylvia and Jordyn Firby trav- ‘oven mitt fabric fibres’ cup or other container
Gus Kartanson & Keith Ritchie $200 elled to Winnipeg where they met Irene Sahvel of Spain from the top element of with about a half inch of
who will be spending the school year with them. my, new black stove, with- cheap rubbing alcohol
WINNERS OF THE August 2018 Abi Simms of Brandon spent the weekend with the out damaging or scrap- in the bottom; replenish

LIONS 200 CLUB DRAW
RF 281
Firby’s
On Friday, Stan and Zelda Firby attended the funeral
ing the black ceramic top.
Trevor
as it evaporates. Our ra-
zor blades now last us for
for Joan (Nicholson) Yeresc at Neepawa. years! Diane

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BY E-MAIL class@minnedosatribune.com - Custom, Stock & Gregor, MB. 1-888-685-3127. I may be interested in a rent to buy scenario if your home is for sale.
Surplus
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The Minnedosa Tribune Ltd. reserves the right to - Prompt service Call or text Spencer 1-306-421-3431
Let our readers know by ad-
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classifieds. Call 204-867-3816
advertisement. The Minnedosa Tribune Ltd. shall not be
or email ad to class@min-
responsible for any loss or damage to any advertiser or third Serving Manitoba
party resulting from the failure of an advertisement to appear province-wide
neodsatribune.com Classi- COMING EVENTS
for 25 years! fied word ads start at $9.00 for
in The Minnedosa Tribune Ltd. or from any error or omission in
the first 40 words.
any advertisement which is published. What’s Happening at Expressive Dance with
office@fehrscabinets.com
the 50+ Centre? Check out Crystal. Dance classes for 2
RATES 1-800-758-6924 FOR RENT some of the activities that years and up. Adult and boy
Black round folding will be happening this fall/ classes are offered. Jazz/Hip
$9.00 for first 40 words, additional words .10 each.
table, brushed leather brown House for Rent. Very winter! September 4th from Hop, Contemporary, Tap,
Repeat ads - Half Price. chesterfield, Scooter with 1:30 - 3:00 p.m. stop by for Highland, Celtic Irish, Theat-
clean, furnished 3 bedroom
Classified Display - $9.00/col. inch each insert. (Incl. logo, box & new batteries. Call 204-585- bungalow. 1 bathroom, wash- Pie and Coffee/Tea. $5.00. rics, Ballet, Stretch class,
bolding, and centering). 5248. er and dryer, beautiful river Lunch at noon September Couples dance, Belly dance,
views, close to downtown. 10th. 2-pce fried chicken, po- Jigging, Charleston, Itsy Bitsy
Happy Snaps: (Birthday, Engagement, Wedding, Birth, &
REGISTERING NEW Available October 2018 – April tatoes, gravy, vegetable, des- Yoga. Registration is Mon-
Graduation) - $16.00 for the first 20 words and the picture.
MEMBERS THIS FALL? 2019. $600.00/month plus hy- sert $12.00. Speaker - Rachel day, September 10th, 3:30
Obituaries: - $6.50 per col. inch. NEED NEW EMPLOYEES dro and water. Call 204-998- Herron, Brandon University, – 7:00 p.m. at Tanner’s Cross-
Reach the entire province (50 weekly newspapers) $189.00 FOR THE FALL/WINTER? 8465. (24-2) x re Alzheimer Sharing Dance ing School in Minnedosa (90
Westman and Eastman: $119.00 HAVE SOMETHING TO SELL Program. Please sign up and Armitage Ave). For registra-
OR PROMOTE? PROVINCE- One bedroom downtown pay by 3:30 p.m. on Septem- tion information call Crystal
All Ads plus 5% G.S.T. WIDE CLASSIFIEDS reach ber 3rd (see Margo or Betty) at 204-867-2446 or 204-867-
apartment on 2nd floor avail-
over 400,000 readers weekly. at the 50+ Centre on Monday, 3561. (24-3) x
Deadlines Call this newspaper NOW to
able September 1st. Freshly
painted and new carpets. Wednesday, Thursday or Sat-
Classified advertisements must be submitted no later place your ad or email classi- Contact John at 204-867-4296 urday afternoons. Paint Night Dunrea Flea Market -
than noon Tuesday for insertion in the following Friday’s fied@mcna.com for details. or Rick at 204-867-7430. (25- with Noel Moes at the 50+ Rain or Shine! Antiques, Col-
edition. All classified advertisements must be prepaid BEFORE 3) Centre. Thursday, September lectibles and More! Over 75
insertion. BATTERIES FOR EV- 27th at 7:00 p.m. Minimum vendors. Admission $3, 11
The Minnedosa Tribune is not responsible for
ERYTHING. Automotive, BRIDAL of 8 people required. $40 in- a.m.  - 4 p.m. Sunday, Sep-
typographical errors published AFTER the first insertion, nor
farm, construction, ATV, ma-
rine, motorcycle, golf carts,
SHOWER cludes all supplies. Sign up
and pay by noon September
tember 2nd, Fair Grounds,
Boissevain, MB.
does it assume responsibility for errors published as a result of phones, tools, radios, com- 14th. 204-867-1956 (24-2) x
an advertisement placed, changed, or cancelled, by telephone. POP THE CHAMPAGNE
puters etc. Reconditioned, Have an upcoming
To ensure your advertisement appears correctly please submit SHE’S CHANGING HER LAST
obsolete and hard-to-find Minnedosa Adult Learn- event? Wanting good attend-
it in person, by fax, mail, or email. NAME! Please consider this
batteries. SOLAR equipment. ing Centre’s course registra- ance? Let our readers know
your invitation to the bridal
The Battery Man. Winnipeg. tions start Friday, September by placing a simple Coming
shower of Katie Robinson,
1.877.775.8271 www.battery- 7th. Contact: Val Gawel at 131 Event ad in The Tribune. Word
bride elect of Sam Parish.
AUCTIONS man.ca
Sunday September 9th from Main St. South or call 204- ads starting at $9.00 plus tax
867-2519 or email alc@rrsd. for the first 40 words. Call 204-
Looking for a gift that 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. at the Minne-
mb.ca (24-3) x 867-3816 or email your ad to
McSherry Auction McSherry Auction continues to give all year dosa Golf and Country Club.
Please come and celebrate
class@minnedosatribune.
20th Bi- Annual Gun 12 Patterson Dr. long? How about a one-year com
gift subscription to West- the bride, have a glass of Shevchenko Dance En-
Auction Stonewall, MB
ern Canada’s Oldest Weekly champagne, and share advice semble is currently looking Minnedosa Horticultural
Oct 20th, 2018 9:30 Estate & Moving and stories. If you feel a gift is
Newspaper, The Minnedosa for new dancers (age 3-adult) Society’s Fall Produce Sale
12 Patterson Dr Wed Sept 5th 4:00 PM necessary, gift cards are great-
Tribune. Call 204-867-3816 or to join our club in Sandy and Tea. Thursday, September
Stonewall, MB Estate & Moving email class@minnedosatri- ly appreciated and the couple Lake. Dance season starts in 6th from 2:00 – 5:00 p.m. at the
Accepting Guns, Restricted Wed Sept 12th 4:00 PM bune.com for rates and more are registered at Home Hard- early October. If Ukrainian United Church Hall. Perenni-
Guns, Ammo, & Gun or details. ware in Minnedosa. dancing interests you, please als, Vegetables, Fruit, Herbs,
Yard * Recreation * Tools *
Hunting Related * Always call Tanya at 204-849-2171
Antiques * Furniture * Misc Plants, Cut Flowers, Home-
Huge Crowds of Interest! or email at SLShevchenko-
* Household * made Jelly, Dried Autumn Ar-
Coast to Coast Proxy Dance@gmail.com x rangements and Thanksgiving
Bidding! Call or Email to (204) 467-1858 or
Consign! (204) 886-7027 Baskets of Gourds. Donations
www.mcsherryauction.com of produce etc. very welcome
(204) 467-1858 or (Bring to the hall at 1:00 or call
(204) 886-7027 867-5244 to make arrange-
www.mcsherryauction.com ments.) Everyone welcome.x
12 Friday, August 31, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

COMING EVENTS HELP WANTED
Heritage Village Flea
September Wor-
Market/Craft Sale at the
ship. St. Mark’s Angli- Employment Opportunity
Minnedosa Ukrainian Hall
(220 5th Street N.W.) Sunday,
can Church. Minnedo-
sa, Sundays at 11:00 a.m.
Office Assistant
September 30th 10 a.m. to 2
September 2nd – Garry The Municipality of Harrison Park is seeking applicants for the full time Heritage Co-op
p.m. Lunch available. Table
rental is $10. To book your
MacDowall, Septem- position of Office Assistant, based at the Onanole Municipal Office. is presently inviting applications for a
ber 9th and 16th – Nor-
table, please call Donna at
man Sims, September Qualifications: BUILDING MATERIALS ESTIMATOR
204-867-3629. tfn The Office Assistant will be required to perform an array of For our Home Centre located in Minnedosa, MB
23rd – Janice Burnside,
Minnedosa’s Terry Fox
September 30 – Norman administrative duties including secretarial and receptionist duties. The Building Materials Estimator will be responsible for assisting the Building
Sims. Coffee Fellowship Materials Supervisor with the day to day operations of the lumber department
Run for Cancer Research. The ideal candidate must possess strong customer service and including; customer service/sales, providing estimates, inventory control, handling
each Sunday. All Wel- communication skills in working with the public and other staff customer complaints, purchasing/ordering and performing general housekeeping
Sunday, September 16th. duties. May be required to assist in other areas of the Home Centre as necessary.
come. X
Sponsored by Minnedosa members and suppliers. Computer literacy is essential. Microsoft
Qualifications:
UCT. Register at the Confer- Minnedosa Minor Windows programs including the Internet and knowledge of  Excellent customer service skills
ence Centre: 9:00 a.m. begins Hockey Registration:  Regis- Municipal Accounting programs is desirable.  Strong communication and interpersonal skills
at 10:00 a.m., open until 1:00 trations will be accepted until  Previous lumber experience a must
p.m. Run, walk, wheel, ride. September 1st, 2018. (With A detailed job description is available upon request. 

Highly motivated
Class 5 driver’s license
Pledge forms available at the league organizational meet-
Library, at the  Pharmacy, by
Interested applicants are asked to submit a resume, cover letter, and We offer great advancement opportunities, competitive salary, comprehensive
ings taking place the first 3 references by Thursday, September 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. to: benefits package, company matched pension plan and excellent
phoning  Kathy at 867-2932. week of September we cannot training/development opportunities
or by going to www.terryfox. extend this deadline any fur- Tamara Sellman, CMMA
org Join  us for a BBQ from Our core values are Integrity, Excellence and Responsibility
ther.) All links for the registra- Assistant Chief Administrative Officer
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. (25-3) x tion process can be found at: Municipality of Harrison Park To become a member of our team, please submit your cover letter and resume to:
minnedosaminorhockey.com
Minnedosa Legion La- By mail: Box 190, Onanole, MB R0J 1N0 a.haywood@heritagecoop.ca
The deadline for payments is
dies Auxilliary next General
Monday September 10. Minor By email: admin@harrisonpark.ca Mail to: Box 1050, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
Meeting to be held Septem- Dropped off: 43 Gateway Street, Onanole, MB Attention: Annette Haywood, Human Resources Manager
hockey will have a table at the
ber 10th, 2018 at 1:30 p.m. at
community registration night
the Minnedosa Legion Club- www.heritagecoop.ca
rooms. (25-2) x
on Sept 10 at TCS from 3:30- The Municipality of Harrison Park wishes to thank all candidates
7:00 pm to accept payments for their interest but only those selected for further consideration
WE THANK ALL CANDIDATES FOR THEIR INTEREST, HOWEVER,
ONLY THOSE SELECTED TO CONTINUE IN THE SELECTION PROCESS WILL BE CONTACTED.

for hockey fees and canteen
Minnedosa Health will be contacted.
District Auxiliary Quarterly bonds. For questions or to ar- (24-2)

Meeting will be held Monday, range payment, contact Tanis
September 10th 7:30 p.m. at Barrett: 204-867-1942. X
Minnedosa Health Care Cen-
tre Board Room. (25-2) x The Health Aid will be
conducting its annual canvas
BEER CAN and BEER to support Minnedosa Health Heritage Co-op is presently inviting applications for
BOTTLE DRIVE.  Minnedosa District Auxilliary in the Min-
Credit Union Youth Board neoda nad area in September. PART TIME W/BENEFITS DELI CLERK
(MCI students)  will be col- (25-2) x For our Bakery/Deli located in Minnedosa, MB
This position will work a minimum of 32 hours per week
lecting empty beer cans and
bottles to raise money for the
replacement of uniforms for
WORK WANTED FULL TIME GROCERY CLERK/CASHIER
For our Grocery Department located in Minnedosa, MB
school teams. Door-to-door
and  Curbside pickup will be Terry’s Home Enrich- PART TIME PRODUCE CLERK
Wednesday, September 26th ment Maintenance. T.H.E.M. For our Produce Department located in Minnedosa, MB
from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Bagged cell 868 8088 (them@live.ca)  -
or boxed empties can also be now booking snow clearing We offer great advancement opportunities within our organization and the Co-
dropped off at the shed in the for driveways and sidewalks. operative Retailing System, competitive compensation and benefits, company
matched pension plan and a diverse and supportive working environment.
MCI lot. Contact person: Ta- Hourly rate if regular upkeep
nis Barrett at 204-867-1942. all winter. Flat rate for 1 time Our core values are Integrity, Excellence and Responsibility
(25-4) event such as storm. Also; If you are interested in joining our team, please send your cover letter and
After being called to a major resume to:
One Trunk’s hit  “Mis- commitment of time every a.haywood@heritagecoop.ca
sion Potluck”  is a mashup of summer now; I am booking
comedy, music and poetic all painting from November Attn: Annette Haywood
monologues.  It is a play through to June ONLY> Book Or apply in person at our Minnedosa Food Store located at 120 Main Street South
inspired by the true story early as I am not available
of First Lutheran’s (Winnipeg) For more information, visit our website at
from July 1 through October
fundraising efforts to  build
Gimli’s first seniors home in
in the future. (25-14) www.heritagecoop.ca
the 1920’s. When it debuted WE THANK ALL CANDIDATES FOR THEIR INTEREST, HOWEVER,
ONLY THOSE SELECTED TO CONTINUE IN THE SELECTION PROCESS WILL BE CONTACTED.

in Gimli in  the summer of HELATH
2015, it was an immediate
hit. Since then the company
has toured across Manitoba, Trouble
Saskatchewan and Alberta. Walking?
Mission  Potluck  combines
local history with  physical Hip or Knee Rolling River School Division
comedy,  and familiar hymns Replacement?
Daughter On Call NOW
with pop music of the day. Restrictions in daily Rolling River School Division is located in southwestern Manitoba,
The show has been hailed as activities? Canada in close proximity to Riding Mountain National Park and
HIRING. Health Care Aides STEEL BUILDINGS
& Caregivers. Part-time pos-
“hilarious”, “the music was $2,500 Brandon, Manitoba. itions available in Minnedosa
beautiful”, “the best show I Tax Credit and Erickson. (204) 476-3487 STEEL BUILDING
have seen in years”. Coming $40,000 email resume to michelle@
to Minnedosa on Saturday EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT required CLEARANCE ... “SUMMER
refund cheque/ daughteroncall.com (25-2) OVERSTOCK SALE - BLAZ-
September 15th, 7 pm at the rebates
Onanole Elementary - 5.5 hrs/day
ING HOT DEALS!” 20x21
Minnedosa United Church. Disability Tax $5,845. 25x27 $6,588. 30x31
Admission at the door is $20. Credit. For more details and application information, please visit our website at
$9,564. 33x35 $9,833. 35x35
(25-2) x www.rrsd.mb.ca select Employment then Support Positions.
204-453-5372 $11,955. End Wall Included.
Pioneer Steel 1-855-212-7036.
Thank you to all applicants for their interest in
Rolling River School Division.
Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, August 31, 2018 13

HELP WANTED LEGAL IN MEMORIAM

In Loving Memory of
NOTICE OF HEARING SHARON MADILL
September 2nd, 2015
UNDER THE HIGHWAYS
PROTECTION ACT It doesn’t take a special day
THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC BOARD to bring you to our mind.
For days without a thought
Notice is hereby given that a of you are very hard to find.
Member Service Representative hearing of the Highway Traffic Board The way you had to leave us
Compass Credit Union - Erickson Branch will be held on Wednesday, Septem- will always seem unfair,
ber 12, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. in Room
Permanent Full-Time Position B6, Brandon Provincial Building, 340
but our hearts are full of
memories and we treasure
The Erickson Branch of Compass Credit Union, located in Erickson and just minutes from the resort – 9th Street, Brandon, Manitoba. them with care.
town of Clear Lake, serves approximately 1,800 members. We have 8 staff and are currently seeking a PERMITS – PART I – SECTION 9
Today, tomorrow, our whole
lives through, we will always
permanent full-time Member Service Representative to join our team. H.P.A. AND PART III – SECTION
love and remember you. DON YOUNG
17 H.P.A.
The Position: May 21st, 1937 –
The Member Service Representative is the primary provider of deposit/withdrawal transactional 3/010/103/A/18 Forever in our hearts, September 3rd, 2013
MANITOBA INFRASTRUCTURE Orville, Crystal, Trent, Brent
services and advice to members. The MSR provides members with a variety of cash and non-cash related and families.
o/b/o GEORGE BAYES In Loving Memory of
products, services, information and advice with courtesy and accuracy. The MSR responds to member x my dear husband, our dad
inquiries, analyzes needs and assists members to utilize the products or services which best meets those Application to Remove Access Drive- and dear grandpa who
needs, referring those members who require specialized services and advice to other staff within the way (Agricultural) onto P.T.H. No. 10, In Loving Memory of passed away five years ago.
S.W.¼ 30-14-18W, R.M. of Minto- JOHN T. WOZNEY
credit union.
Odanah. and Remembering you is easy
The Person: LORRAINE KUFFLICK We do it every day
The Highway Traffic Board will August 29th, 2016
The ideal candidate will be motivated and a detail-oriented individual who is highly organized and be prepared to consider all
Missing you is the
possesses strong problem solving skills. As well, the ideal candidate will possess exceptional submissions, written or oral, on the
hardest part
It’s been two years As it never goes away
interpersonal and communication skills. A minimum Grade 12 education or high school equivalency above applications by contacting the since you’ve been gone.
Secretary prior to or at the hearing. To hear your voice
is required and any additional education is considered an asset. Applicants must be available to work But in our hearts To see you smile
Monday through Saturday. Michelle Slotin, Board Secretary
you still live on. To sit with you
THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC BOARD and talk awhile
Contact: Remembered by Would be our greatest wish
200-301 Weston Street
To explore this opportunity, please forward your resume and cover letter by September 7, 2018 to: Winnipeg MB R3E 3H4 Rose Wozney Today, Tomorrow;
Sharon Larsen Phone: (204) 945-8912 and family. our whole life through
x
Manager, Member Services & Projects We shall always love
Compass Credit Union – Erickson Branch and remember you.
Box 100 ADVERTISING: Love forever,
Erickson, MB R0J 0P0
MISCELLANEOUS THE BUILDING wife Linda, daughter Gaytan,
Email: sharon.larsen@compasscu.ca BLOCKS TO son Jason, daughter in-law
Fax: 204-636-6199 Michelle and grandsons
SUCCESS! Emilio, Logan, Landon
We thank all candidates for their interest; however only those and Brandt.
considered for an interview will be contacted. (24-2) x

EMPLOYMENT
OBITUARY LAND FOR SALE
OPPORTUNITY 4-H is for Everyone
Under the leadership 3,000 ACRES OF COM-
David Harold Alexander of caring adults, youth
CLASS 1 will learn the value of
PLETE High-End Cattle and
TRUCK DRIVER August 17th, 1950 – August 27th, 2018 Grain Operation for Sale in
TO RUN CANADA
belonging and develop
many skills which will last Sask. Manages 2k to 3k Cow/
- Paid pick, drops, David Harold Alexander passed away peacefully with the rest of their life. Let them know you are Calf Operation with Com-
layovers and stat pay
- Multi drop runs
family by his side after a short battle with cancer. Go to www.4h.mb.ca plete Solid Infrastructure.
- Cell usage He leaves to mourn his wife Tracey, Brother Dick Alex- or call 204-726-6136 to
out there with an ad in 200k Acres Cultivated. Con-

Tribune
- Benefit package ander (Myrna), sister Jane Clark and all his children, step find out how to become
THE OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER IN THE CANADIAN WEST

The Minnedosa tact Doug @ 306-716-2671 or
- Dedicated truck daughters and grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. a 4-H member or leader.
- Sign on bonus
saskfarms@shaw.ca
Predeceased by his father Harold, mother Helen, sister Penny,
Since 1883

- Quarterly and annual
bonus sister-in-law Lyla and brother-in-law Alan. 204-867-3816
- Reset at home He enjoyed camping, fishing and sports, he also enjoyed adsales@minnedosatribune.com
- Weekend home time
- Paid training
getting together with friends and family for a good time. He was
- Referral program a man of many trades and he could build or fix anything.
Contact Derek @ At Davids request there will be no funeral service.
204-793-7465 We would like to thank all who cared for David and to all PROPERTIES FOR SALE
Centennial staff at the Minnedosa Hospital.

DON’T FORGET
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- Attached car port with
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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
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• All types of excavation
SE 7-16-17, 163 – 7TH AVE. S.W., 240 - 5TH AVE. S.W. • Basements, Demolition
• Snow removal
867-0400 water management
0r Call: Ian
R.M. OF MINTO- MINNEDOSA MINNEDOSA • Gravel, Topsoil
ODANAH
- 1,060 sq. ft. bungalow • Sales of septic tanks
- 15.11 acres with - 3+1 bedroom, 2 ½ bath
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Kirk 867-0180 867-7506 874-2134 or 867-0383
bungalow home - 3 bedrooms, 2 baths
- Exterior upgrades and double - Single attached garage
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- Barn, paddocks, garage, shops

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- Fantastic private views $199,900 MLS #1822452

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MINNEDOSA
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MINNEDOSA
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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
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9-515 4th Ave. 116 Main Street
110A 867-0145 Custom
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Minnedosa Fertilizer Minnedosa
204-759-2680
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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
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Chartered Professional BACKHOE & TRUCKING 204-867-6353
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REAL ESTATE Debbie Strelczik
Ê 213ÊÊ 2ndÊ StÊ NEÊ Ê -Ê Ê BoxÊ 385Ê Ê (48-4)
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AUTO BODY
REAL ESTATE NEEDS
HAULING 204-867-6361
BDO Canada, LLP All Auto Body Repairs Candice Brown
204-867-6362
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Students Examine Local Wetlands
By Hillary Miller sands of small “potholes” of benefits, and one of the
filled with water, making it benefits is drought relief,”

D r. Gordon Goldsbor-
ough, a professor of
Biological Sciences at the
the ideal habitat for ducks
and geese.
With his 21 students,
he said. “There is water
standing in that wetland,
so in the middle of august
University of Manitoba, Dr. Goldsborough is con- when it is really dry, there
was in the area over the ducting his annual inten- is a source of water, so a
past week at the Delta Wa- sive, hands-on course. He lot of farmers – more and
terfowl station southeast of believes that in the study more – are being encour-
Minnedosa. He was con- of Biological Sciences, aged to not drain wetlands,
ducting a two-week long learning in a classroom is at least some of them, but
course with 21 students, not the only way to learn, to leave them on the land-
examining the different and feels that getting out scape.”
wetlands in the area. into the wetlands is a valu- Dr. Goldsborough
The Delta Waterfowl able experience for his stu- would love to be able to
organization promotes wa- dents. “I have always been accommodate more stu-
terfowl hunting in the area, advocating that we should dents, however based on
and was founded in Mani- make opportunities for the number of canoes he is
toba. Their main base of students to get outdoors,” equipped to transport and
operation was at Delta he said. While the current space in the dormitories,
Marsh near Portage La trend of avoiding poten- he can only accept a cer-
Photo by Hillary Miller
Prairie. Over the years, the tial liabilities has curbed tain number of students
organization spread out, the university’s interest in Minnedosa for about eight Mountain National Park is done, they are given the into the program. He also
and one of the locations courses such as this one, years, and hopes to carry for one day each. Over opportunity to explore the notes that the small class
they moved to was the site Dr. Goldsborough has held on with the course indefi- the duration of the course, different wetlands. size allows for a more in-
near Minnedosa, in what strong in his belief that it nitely. It consists of one the students are exposed One of the goals of the timate group, where stu-
is commonly referred to is a truly great way for the week at Delta Marsh near to many different kinds of course is to look at Eco- dents and staff are able to
as the “Prairie Pothole Re- students to get interactive Portage La Prairie, and one wetlands, giving them a logical Goods and Services get to know each other bet-
gion”, due to the number of experience. week at Minnedosa, where broad knowledge base to (EGS), which provides the ter.
small wetlands in the area. Dr. Goldsborough has the students are given the work with. The students students with insight as to This year’s course be-
Dr. Goldsborough point- been teaching this course opportunity to explore the still have to sit through how valuable certain wet- gan on August 19th, and
ed out that in this area of since 1994, but has been wetlands near Shilo, and classes during the course, lands are. “They are not is expected to wrap-up to-
Manitoba, there are thou- holding the sessions near the wetlands in Riding but once their classwork worthless, they have a lot day, August 31st.

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