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135 Years
Volume 136 Issue 29 Friday, September 28, 2018 90 cents plus tax

INSIDE Dr. Khandelwal Opens New Clinic
this week

New Doctor


8 Dr. Khandelwal (second from right) uses a surgical scalpal to cut the ribbon marking the official opening of the
Dr. Ajai Khandelwal Primary Care Centre during an open house last week. Also pictured are Primary Care Centre
Photo by Karen Mitchell

committee members (L-R) Ray Morgan, John Mendrikis and Gord Lane.

Elections and BY KAREN MITCHELL group and gave a brief glimpse into the last five “While we were struggling, trying to find a way
years of work that occurred behind the scenes. to move this forward, Penny and members of
Acclamations T hursday, September 20th marked a mile- “I am so very pleased to see this come to frui- her staff were there to offer encouragement

stone for Minnedosa and area. After five tion. It has taken a number of years to get here. and assistance. Once we arrived at the commu-
years of hard work and dedication the ribbon This has truly been an area community proj- nity owned/non-profit concept, they provided
was finally cut, commemorating the opening of ect,” stated Orr. support in development and design and gener-
the Dr. Ajai Khandelwal Primary Care Centre. Penny Gilson, CEO of the Prairie Moun- ally helped us along as we required,” stated Orr.
For a waiting room overflowing with eager tain Health Region, was in attendance and
area residents, Mayor Ray Orr welcomed the was thanked by Mayor Orr during his remarks. Continued on Page 2

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Huge Attendance for Clinic Open House
Continued from Page 1 created within the clinic as John Mendrikis, stated
well.” that for the last three and
Members of the Of course, none of this a half years the committee
Neepawa and Area Devel- could have occurred with- has been busy with creat-
opment Corporation were out the blood, sweat and ing a corporation, getting
also among the thank you’s tears given by the volun- charitable status, obtain-
given. “Marvin Beaumont teer committee. Gord Lane ing funding, getting a de-
and Arnie Suski met with (chair), John Mendrikis sign of the building drawn
us numerous times to pro- (secretary and general su- up and working through
vide information and ad- perintendent), Ray Mor- all of the costs of the proj-
vice from their experience gan (treasurer), Pat Skatch, ect. Through all of these
in Neepawa.” Ray Orr, Monty Peckoer, pieces the committee kept
From the numerous Kaye Wolstenholme, Bruce on rolling and pushing for-
corporate, municipal, or- Dalgarno, Susan Glasgow, ward. When asked what it
ganization and individual Brandi Thompson, Brad meant for him to see the
donations given towards Ross, Rick Nylen and Jen- finished product come to
the project, to the contrac- nifer Brykaliuk. Wayne life, Mendrikis stated “It
tor T.L Penner of Virden, Currah, the original com- will probably take a couple
Orr couldn’t thank every- mittee chair who passed of days for it to finally hit
one enough, “Our web- away last year, was proudly me, however it is so grati- Photo by Karen Mitchell
site will acknowledge all represented by his wife, fying for all of the work that
donations received and Ingrid, during the ribbon we have done, to see the (L-R) Dr. Dan Onyshko hands Dr. Khandelwal the surgical
there will be a donor wall cutting ceremony. crowd come out and con- scalpel to cut the ribbon during the clinic open house while
Chairman Gord Lane and Ingrid Currah observe.
tinue their support in us great distinction. I am so round out a fully staffed
and the project. The most very humbled and can’t clinic.
gratifying has been the in- thank you enough.” Khan- The initial project
NOTICE OF ELECTION dividuals who have come delwal was born in Delhi, fundraising goal for the
TOWN OF MINNEDOSA forward with donations, India coming to Canada new Primary Care Centre
Notice is hereby given that a vote of TOWN OF MINNEDOSA will be taken to elect Six Councillors from the following from each of them to put in 1973. After a few moves was $2.3 Million, to date,
duly nominated candidates: their trust in us has been they landed in Minnedosa just short of $35,000 re-
wonderful.” in 1975. At the age of 81, mains to be to raised. If you
For the offices of Councillor: Dr. Ajai Khandelwal, Khandelwal concluded would like to contribute to
1. DOWSETT, JIM who’s name adorns the his speech by stating that the continuing fundrais-
2. SWAIN, CLARKE walls of the new clinic, he looks forward to serv- ing efforts please visit the
3. MacDOWALL, JUDITH reflected over the last 44 ing the area for many more website at www.minnedo-
4. BUTLER, GRANT years serving Minnedosa years to come!
5. BLAIS, MARK and area. Khandelwal The goal for the actual
6. SALER, RICK stated “I am truly humbled opening of the primary
7. TAYLOR, FRANK to be surrounded by my care centre is set for early If your
8. DOWSETT, THOMAS family, friends, colleagues, October. Currently there label
For the office of Mayor: *** ACCLAIMED members of the commit- are five doctors and one reads
SKATCH, PAT tee and the community nurse practitioner who will
joining together to open occupy the space. There 18/09/30
this clinic. It is such a great is another doctor moving
Voting places will be open for voting on Wednesday the 24th day of October 2018 between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. It’s time to
honour to have this new to Minnedosa in the next
at the Minnedosa Community Conference Centre. renew your
clinic named after me. few months who will also
IDENTIFICATION WILL BE REQUIRED BEFORE BEING ALLOWED TO VOTE. A person may be required to produce Words cannot adequately become part of the team. subscription
one piece of government issued photo identification (for example - driver’s license or passport) or at least two other express my sincere thanks Ongoing efforts continue
documents that provide proof of identity. and unending gratitude to to obtain one doctor and Call 867-3816
ADVANCE VOTING all who have given me this one nurse practitioner to
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be absent or otherwise unable to attend their proper voting place on election day, an advance voting opportunity
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Meet the Newest Doctor to Make Minnedosa Home
By KAREN MITCHELL eral years of residency oc- fore I knew that Minnedo- ancé, who is currently
curred after graduation in sa was on the list of towns completing her PHD in To-

D r. Ali Elgheriani is
Minnedosa’s newest
doctor to join the team. Ar-
Qatar, Libya and Winnipeg
focusing on general prac-
titioner with an interest
who needed doctors. Close
to the end of my training,
Prairie Mountain Health
ronto, will be joining him
around Christmas time.
The couple plans on mak-
riving in Minnedosa only in sports and emergency met with me, with a listing ing Minnedosa home and
a couple of weeks ago, he medicine. Elgheriani also of all of the towns I could looks forward to settling
is already feeling very at spent a year at McGill Uni- choose from. When I saw in. “I love this town, every-
home in the valley. versity in Montreal, taking Minnedosa on the list we one is so nice and friendly.
Elgheriani was born his masters in experimen- decided to come back for When I walk down Main
and raised in Libya. At the tal surgery. another tour of the area. Street everyone smiles and
age of 17, his family moved When asked what We toured the hospital and waves to me, which I’m not
to Burlington, ON for his brought him to Minnedo- I learned of the new clinic used to really. I’m very ex-
grade twelve year of high sa, Elgheriani explains, being built, this was a huge cited for the new clinic to
school. From there Elgh- “my fiancé and I drove attraction to me. Along get up and running, I can’t
eriani attended medical through Minnedosa on a with being so close to Rid- wait.”
school in Dominica, an trip out to Riding Moun- ing Mountain I really felt With Dr. Elgheriani’s
island in the West Indies, tain. We drove down Main this was a good choice for arrival, Minnedosa now
for one year. The remain- Street and then took some me.” has five doctors with a sixth
ing three years were com- time to walk around a bit Elgheriani has found expected to begin practic-
pleted in Chicago Illinois, before continuing on to himself a home right here ing in the near future.
graduating in 2012. Sev- the park. This was even be- in Minnedosa and his fi-

Election Candidates and Acclamations
Town of Minnedosa – There will be an election held to Contreras, Rick Proven, Ian Gibbons, Les Lesack, Ward Photo by Karen Mitchell
fill six councillor seats. The candidates are; Jim Dowsett, 2– Cody Cameron, Don Huisman, Sylvia-Linda Kaktins,
Clarke Swain, Judith MacDowall, Grant Butler, Mark Gordon Kuharski.
Blais, Rick Saler, Frank Taylor and Thomas Dowsett. Pat
Skatch has been acclaimed for the office of Mayor. Municipality of Oakview - There will be no election

held. Acclaimed candidates are; Reeve – Brent Fortune,
Municipality of Minto-Odanah – As there were just Ward 1 Councillors – Ken Hyndman, Neil Wilson, Ward 2
enough candidates to fill seats, there will be no election Councillors – Gavin Reynolds, Leonard Van Veen, Ward 3
held. Acclaimed candidates are; Reeve – Doug Dowsett, Councillors – Walter Froese, Mark Gill.
Ward 1 Councillors –Bill Hopkins Jr., Barry A. Cook, Brion
Pollon, Ward 2 Councillors - Monty Peckover, Ron Carr, Rolling River School Division – Ward 1 – No candidates,
Dennis Pearson. appointee to be determined. Ward 2 – Election will be
held to fill one seat. Candidates are; Carole Black, Rich-
Municipality of Harrison Park – There will be an elec- ard Brown, Larry Fast. Ward 3 - there will be no election (29-2)

tion held to fill offices. The candidates are; Reeve– Jim held. Acclaimed candidates are; Barbra Gilleshammer,
Dudman, Lloyd Ewashko, Jason Potter, Ward 1– Wayne Shauna Sotas-Burton. Ward 4 – Election will be held to
Shewchuk, Bill Huston, Larry Krushelnisky, Ian Drul, fill one seat. Candidates are; Crystal Erickson, Eleanor
Jake Davidson, Jeremy Andreychuk, Doreen Stapleton, Edye. Ward 5 - no election held. Acclaimed candidate is;
Terryl Maduke, Carol Betton, Ward 2– Darrell Graham, Victoria McKay.
Larry Spitula, Dennis Jones, Wade Skolney, Craig Atkin-

Municipality of Clanwilliam Erickson - There will be
an election held to fill offices. The candidates are; May-
or– Elgin Hall, Victor Baraniuk, Ward 1– Kristy Vermiere

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Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Around Report Identifies Greater
Need For Wetlands
Letters to
Dear Editor, business case for preserv-
By Darryl Holyk ing and restoring wet-

D ucks Unlimited Can- lands.

the Editor
ada is pleased with Further, in new
the findings of a recent In- funding under the Canada
Rail Safety Week… surance Bureau of Canada Infrastructure Program,
September 23rd to 29th was Rail Safety Week in (IBC) report that identifies DUC sees an opportunity
Manitoba. There are approximately 6,000 kilometres of a greater need for wetlands to partner with Manitoba
railway track in Manitoba and Manitobans are reminded and other natural infrastructure as a cost-effective way municipalities and watershed districts.
to exercise caution when it comes to trains and railways. to limit the expensive damage done by floods and ex- We already have successful programs in place. As
These are not things to take chances on or play around treme weather. a conservation leader with more than 80 years of expe-
with. In North America every year, over 2,000 people are We hope the report -- combined with recent fund- rience, DUC is in a strong position to provide natural
seriously injured or killed as a result of unsafe behaviour ing announcements for green infrastructure and ini- solutions that address flooding and extreme weather.
around tracks and trains. Last year, in Manitoba alone, tiatives that reduce the potential impacts of natural In fact, we’ve worked with landowners to protect and
there were 15 rail-crossing accidents, two fatalities and disaster, and the recently-passed Sustainable Water- restore wetlands for decades, and we’re constantly
three serious injuries. In addition, there was one fatal- sheds Act – will encourage governments, municipali- seeking new partners to continue that work.
ity and two serious injuries caused by trespassing on ties and conservation groups to pursue new projects Not only do wetlands slow the flow of water and
railways. Some basic rail safety tips to remember at all together. help prevent flooding, they filter nutrients and provide
times include slowing down and being prepared to stop In its report, Combatting Canada’s Rising Flood clean water, supply wildlife habitat, and store climate-
your vehicle at every rail crossing, when walking; only Costs: Natural infrastructure is an underutilized op- changing carbon.
cross the tracks at actual, identified rail crossings (such tion, released on September 18th, IBC provides a Wetlands continue to be lost, but we hope the re-
as Main Street or 2nd Avenue N.E. in Minnedosa), never way to assess the total economic value, benefits and port, recent funding announcements, and the new act
stop your vehicle on the tracks and do not trespass on potential for natural infrastructure such as wetlands. will foster the culture of conservation that continues
railways or rail yards – remember they are private prop- It concludes that governments and water managers to grow in Manitoba.
erty, not public property. need to consider these natural alternatives, alongside
concrete and steel solutions, for managing water on Rick Andrews,
No, not snow… the landscape.
This new assessment tool will allow governments,
Manager of Provincial Operations - Manitoba
Ducks Unlimited Canada
It was a rude awakening Saturday morning as the
municipalities and conservation groups to make a
rain turned to sleet and then to dreaded snow. The first
official “snowstorm” hit the area on September 22nd. By
Saturday night, the heavy wet snow caused some prob-
lems for Manitoba Hydro with power outages in numer-
ous areas in southern Manitoba. Some residents in the
Very Impressed With New Clinic
Glossop and Bethany areas were out of electricity from Dear Editor, residents. We want to express our sincere thanks to all
Saturday night until just before noon on Sunday. the folks involved in making this possible.

First winter wreck… W e attended the official opening of the Dr. Ajai
Khandelwal Medical Clinic and were very im-
pressed with the building. What a wonderful addition
Garry and Lynne Tolton,
Newdale, MB
Saturday’s winter-like weather caused some travel
in the provision of health care to Minnedosa and area
troubles for some motorists in the area. Local emergen-
cy crews were called out to a single vehicle rollover that
occurred on the bypass, just south of the PR 355 inter- We Welcome Letters to the Editor
section. The southbound vehicle lost control, crashed
through the guard rail and came to rest on its roof. Fortu- Letters to the Editor can be sent to or Box 930, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
nately, the two occupants of the vehicle were reportedly
okay. The first few snowfalls usually result in a few mo- Views expressed in Letters to the Editor are those of the writer and
tor vehicle incidents as driver’s try to re-adjust to winter are not necesarily the views of The Tribune, its owner or staff.

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“What’s the BIG Idea?”
Returns to Reward Rural Entrepreneurs
Ye O l d
SUBMITTED ry/RM of North Cypress- City’s Oakview Equipment, show environment, guest
  Langford, and Glenboro and Carberry’s Emma’s speakers presenting on

W hat’s the BIG Idea?!
This question is one
that will be met with a vari-
CDC was formed with a
BIG Idea competition to be
held at the Glenboro Com-
Custom Creations. In 2016,
Neepawa’s 16 year-old
Kennedy Baker pitched
all things entrepreneur-
ial, and a lunch and learn
which is open to the pub-
ety of creative, enthusiastic munity Hall on Wednes- XK10 Designs, a hand- lic. The afternoon see’s the
responses in Westman dur- day, October 17th. The painted footwear line much-anticipated pitch
ing Small Business Week event returns to Minnedo- which was awarded a con- competition and distribu-
this October, as entrepre- sa on Thursday, October tract with the Winnipeg tion of awards.
neurs pitch their business 18th, at the MCCC. Jets who sold her shoes in For Carberry’s EDO, 1888 – The dwelling house of the Rev. Mr. Todd was
ideas at the fourth annual Since 2015, the event Jets Gear stores through Tricia Zander, she hopes damaged by fire last week. The Rev. and his wife had
entrepreneurship event. has awarded almost the 2017-18 season. that the event helps to in- gone out for only a short period of time, leaving the chil-
The event challenges as- $25,000 to help with the According to spire the imagination of dren in bed and a lamp burning. The latter exploded,
piring entrepreneurs in a launch of 14 rural busi- Minnedosa’s Economic entrepreneurs in her com- setting fire to surrounding articles. Two men noticed the
dragons-den style compe- nesses. The 2017 event Development Officer, Ch- munity. “We really need to fire, entered the home through the window and removed
tition, rewarding the best awarded almost $10,000 antelle Parrott, the event see what vision our young the frightened, crying children.
and brightest with startup in 15 categories, to 6 can be the push someone people, and young at
capital and resources to Westman entrepreneurs, needs to take their busi- heart, have for the future of 1898 – Dr. Chipperfield, late of Alexander, arrived Fri-
assist with the launch of and was nominated as ness to the next level. our business district,” says day to enter into partnership with Dr. Roche.
their new business. Economic Development “Many aspiring entrepre- Zander. “For long-time
The first BIG Idea event Project of the Year by the neurs have all these ideas, residents, they might see a 1908 – Reports are coming in that car owners are refus-
was held in 2015, when the Economic Developers As- all this creativity and pas- vacant store front and they ing to stop their machines when they frighten teams of
Minnedosa Area CDC and sociation of Manitoba. sion, but knowing where to can’t imagine what’s pos- horses.
the Town of Neepawa part- Past events have sup- start or how to make their sible for that space besides
nered to spur grassroots ported the opening of business a reality, is where what was there before. The
1918 – It is believed that the heads of cat-tails growing
business development for Minnedosa’s Inspire Stu- they get stuck, it really can ideas that come forward
around our sloughs can be used for cotton batten. It is
their towns. The concept dio, Satori Counselling, be overwhelming. The from our emerging busi-
already being used to stuff furniture.
was a proven success and and Special FX Produc- (pitching) process forces ness people could shape
in 2018, a partnership be- tions, Neepawa’s 4U De- entrepreneurs to consider what downtown looks like
tween the Town of Carber- sign and Consulting, Rapid all aspects of their busi- for the next generation, 1958 – The new year for the Minnedosa Film Council
ness plan, document their and that’s really exciting.” got underway with the arrival of the new block of films.
vision in a logical way, and Those looking to The cost of these films will be 25 cents for members and
show that their business launch a new business 50 cents for non-members.
makes sense on paper. can register for free for the
Please be advised that the The chance to earn some Glenboro event with Bryan 1968 – The Red Cross Swimming Program reports that
prize money I’m sure helps at 204-827-2575 gcdc@ approximately 230 children were enrolled in the swim-
Minnedosa Medical Group too...” or with Tri- ming classes at Minnedosa Beach this summer. The Pa-
To be considered for cia in Carberry at 204-834- vilion was also the scene of a good deal of action with
will be closed from awards at the event, en- 6616 edo@townofcarber- many taking part in roller skating and volleyball.
trepreneurs must present
october 2nd - 4th, 2018 their businesses as a trade- Those looking to 1978 – The Minnedosa Parks Board reports that the
inclusive as we move to the new clinic. show style booth, as well launch a new business beach area swelled the town’s population by about 800
as prepare a 10-minute can register for free for people weekly throughout the summer and considerably
There will be a physician on call at the “pitch” to a panel of judges the Minnedosa event with more on long weekends.
hospital for emergent issues. We who assess each business Chantelle at 204-867-3885
idea on its merit and pre- or 1988 – Minnedosa’s 80-year-old Court House is under-
apologize for the inconvenience this will sentation. The early part of with Marilyn in Neepawa going roof repairs at a cost of $16,000.
cause and appreciate your patience. the day offers opportunity at 204-476-7607 edo@wc-
for networking in a trade-
1998 – After an absence of about two years, the two,
wooden bearded fellows have returned to their right-
ful position at the helm of the Viking Ship on Erickson’s
Main Street. The ship and the sailors were erected in 1984
for the R.M. of Clanwilliam Centennial and the Vikings
have recently been repaired.

During the Week of September 24, 2018
maintenance will be done to the spillway. Dr. Derek Papegnies
It is advised that boats be removed from the lake as the Friday, October 12th
level will be altered and slow to recover due to
Sandy Lake Drop-In
extremely low river inflows.
Town of Minnedosa Everyone Welcome! 129-2nd Avenue S.W., Minnedosa, MB
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Minnedosa and District Health Province Invests in Ag Societies
Foundation Donates to PCH T en agricultural so-
cieties in the Riding
City $2,610; Strathclair
$3,060; Rivers $2,610;
Russell $1,350; Rossburn
$1,800 and Foxwarren
Mountain constituency Oak River $2,610; Shoal $900.
By KAREN MITCHELL will share over $23,000 in Lake $3,060; Birtle $2,520;
funding for educational

T Snowy Sunflower
he Minnedosa and activities.
District Health Foun- “As many of you are
dation has graciously aware, public trust is key
donated a digital wheel- to the present and future
chair ramp scale to the success of the agriculture
Minnedosa Personal Care industry and is a priority
Home. The scale, at a cost of Manitoba Agriculture,”
of $2,900, allows staff to said Minister Eichler.
accurately weigh the PCH “Education grants can
residents who are not assist in building public
easily able to stand on trust with the many infor-
their own. This portable mative and educational
unit folds down allowing activities that agricultural
wheelchairs to be pushed societies conduct, whether
on, the resident weighed at local fairs or throughout
(taking into account the the year.”
weight of the wheelchair), “Our government is
and keeping an accurate encouraging agricultural
up to date weight on the societies to consider how
residents’ chart. they can better inform
John Mendrikis, sec- consumers about the ag-
retary treasurer, stated that riculture industry to create
Photo by Karen Mitchell
“under the Health Founda- a stronger relationship be-
tion the mandate is to im- Amy Henderson PCH charge nurse, John tween agricultural produc-
prove equipment at the lo- Mendrikis secretary treasurer, Greg Paddock ers and consumers,” said
cal hospitals and personal PCH care team manager, Esther Robinson MLA Nesbitt.
care homes. The founda- director, Lynn Betteridge chair person, The following ag-
tion relies on donations to ricultural societies and Susan Nelson submitted this photo of her
Elva Betteridge PCH resident.
be able to meet this man- their amount of funding: backyard Saturday afternoon. The snow
date and appreciates those Minnedosa $2,700; Rapid covered sunflower measures ten feet in height
who have contributed to and has over 70 buds and blooms on it.
this worthwhile cause.”

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at least 15 days before the scheduled sitting date of the board as indicated in the public Group, 1906 Park Ave, Brandon MB, R7B 0R9
notice. by 5 p.m., Friday, October 19, 2018.
The Board of Revision will sit on November 14th, 2018 at 1:00 P.M. at the Municipal For a nomination application or more information,
Office, 43 Gateway Street, Onanole, Manitoba to hear applications.
call 204.717.2010 or 1.800.665.3337 ext. 2010
Applications for revision must be received by the Secretary of the Board by 4:30 P.M. Email: or
Monday, October 29th, 2018.
write to the above address.
Dated this 25th day of September, 2018.
Chad Davies, CMMA
Secretary – Board of Revision
Municipality of Harrison Park
Box 190, 43 Gateway Street / WestmanCom
Onanole, Manitoba R0J 1N0 (29-2) (29-3)
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, September 28, 2018 7

Public Meeting Discusses Rapid City Rink’s Future

Photos by Karen Mitchell

(L-R): Reeve Brent Fortune, CAO Diane Kuculym, Councillor Neil Wilson, unteers were asked to stay last years hockey and skat- Rapid City is one of
Councillor Gavin Reynolds, Councillor Ken Hyndman after the meeting if they ing season, and now this. the few small towns in
were interested in creating Council assured that at the the area to still offer a rec
By KAREN MITCHELL anyone getting hurt as that this rink. A lot of ideas were a new board. Many heard next council meeting, held hockey league and one
would be catastrophic.” swirled around and several this plea and a large group Tuesday September 25th would hope this contin-

O n Thursday, Septem-
ber 20th, Rapid City
residents filled the com-
During the walk through it
was also noticed that there
was a bit of a beetle infes-
people volunteered to help
wherever needed. Reyn-
olds expressed “Always in
gathered in the corner at
the adjournment of the
meeting, eagerly discuss-
that they would pass the
vote to contact an engineer
to come and do a formal
ues in years to come. It is
clear to say that this year,
the rink will not be able to
munity hall to hear the tation as well. The council times of crisis many people ing plans for the future. inspection and report on house the league, however
message that Rapid City has already taken steps to will step up to help howev- The rink, built in what would be required to there are other towns in
Rink has seen better days. rectify this situation, call- er they can, but we need a the early 50’s, has been fix the rink and the costs close proximity that might
Council called this ing in Poulin’s Pest Control sustainable, ongoing com- through a hard go over involved. Once all infor- be able to be utilized so the
community town hall Services to fumigate. mitment from members to the last few years. Seeing mation is received another 2018/19 season can con-
meeting in order to accu- The questions posed see this through.” a fire and flood in the last meeting will be called with tinue.
rately communicate the by council were; How The rink board has couple of years and just the community to discuss
condition of the rink and much work do we put into dwindled down to only getting it re-opened for next steps.
through transparency let this building, How much three remaining volun-
everyone know the facts of money do we want to sink teers over the years. These
where they are, what they into it and How the com- members giving ten plus
know and what needs to munity see’s this going years of dedication to the
come next. forward. It was clear to see rink. “After ten years, it’s NOTICE OF ELECTION
There are several key the passion expressed by time for us to move on,” Rolling River School Division
Province of Manitoba
issues, one being the con- all community members stated Reynolds. “Our kids
Notice is hereby given that a vote of electors of Rolling River School Division will be taken to elect
dition of the rink itself and in attendance and the feel- are all getting older and School Trustees from the following duly nominated candidates:
also the need for a new vol- ings of unanimous vote we are all spread thin with WARD NOMINATED GEOGRAPHIC AREA POLLS TRUSTEE
unteer rink board. that this community needs other commitments.” Vol- # CANDIDATES
Towns of Forrest, Douglas and Rapid
Upon initial inspec- 1 None City including property in the RM’s Appointee to be determined 1
of Cornwallis, Elton and Oakview
tion of the rink recently it Carole Black Towns of Rivers, Oak River, and Polls 1-2 Rivers Legion Hall
was discovered that the 2 Richard Brown
Larry Fast
Cardale including property in the
RM’s of Riverdale and Oakview
Poll 3 RM of Oakview, Oak River 1

roof was in need of repair. Barbra Gilleshammer Town of Minnedosa and area
This, the start of the chain 3 Shauna Sotas-Burton including the RM’s of Minto-
Odanah, Oakview and Harrison-Park

of events that is seen today, Crystal Erickson Towns of Erickson, Sandy Lake, and Poll -4 Newdale Drop in Centre
opened up Pandora’s box 4
Eleanor Edye Onanole including property in the
RM’s of Harrison-Park, Yellowhead
Poll -5
Poll -6
Sandy Lake Drop in Centre
Crossroads Hall Erickson 1
one could say. Gavin Reyn- and Clanwilliam-Erickson Poll -7 Onanole Recreation Center
Poll -8 Horod Hall
olds explained to the group
“it was known that over the 5 Victoria McKay Rolling River First Nation ACCLAIMED 1

last few years the south HYDRANT FLUSHING PROGRAM
wall of the barn had shifted Voting places will be open for voting on Wednesday the 24th day of October 2018 between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.
some. Every spring and fall The Town of Minnedosa will be conducting a
Hydrant and Water Line Flushing Program IDENTIFICATION MAY BE REQUIRED BEFORE BEING ALLOWED TO VOTE. A person may be
the concrete had moved a required to produce one piece of government issued photo identification (for example - driver’s license or passport) or at
bit, however this wasn’t a commencing the week of October 1st least two other documents that provide proof of identity.

huge concern at the time until the end of October.
as it wasn’t affecting the The Flushing Program will be conducted from
For the purpose of accommodating persons who are qualified to vote, but who have reason to believe that they will be
absent or otherwise unable to attend their proper voting place on election day, an advance voting opportunity will be
building itself. During our 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.; located at:
walk through with con- Mondays through to Thursdays.
Ward 2 RM of Oakview, Oak River, MB 8:30am to 6:00pm October 16th, 2018
Ward 2 RM of Riverdale, Rivers, MB 8:00am to 8:00pm October 17th, 2018
tractors this year to look at Ward 4 RM of Park 43 Gateway Street Onanole, MB 8:00am to 8:00pm October 6th, 2018
the roof, we found that the Residents may notice periods of low pressure and Ward 4 RM of Clanwilliam-Erickson in Erickson, MB 8:00am to 8:00 pm October 3rd, 2018

movement has now spread discolouration during this time. Residents may also MOBILE VOTING
all along the south side of notice temporary disruption of water service. For the purpose of accommodating persons who are qualified to vote, but reside at a health care facility, a mobile voting
station will be set up at the following health care facilities on election day.
the rink, the entire founda- 1. Erickson Health Centre 60 Queen Elizabeth Ave - 2pm to 3pm
tion has moved out about Residents are advised to check your cold water 2. Sandy Lake Personal Care Home 106 1st St W - 1 pm to 2pm
supply for discolouration prior to using 3. Rivers Health Centre 512 Quebec Street - 9am to 10am
two to three inches. This
shifting has also resulted washing machines, dish washers etc. APPLICATION TO VOTE BY SEALED ENVELOPE
A voter who is unable to go in person to the voting place or vote in advance, may apply in person, in writing, or by fax to
in the beams themselves We apologize for any inconvenience that this Program the senior election official at Rolling River School Division 36 Armitage Ave Minnedosa or fax 867-2037.
not lining up properly. may cause; however it is critical that the lines be
If applying in person*, a voter may apply between September 26th to October 21st, 2018.
* A voter applying in person may pick up a sealed envelope ballot package at the time of application.
Due to this we have taken flushed on a regularly established schedule. A voter applying by mail or fax will receive a sealed envelope ballot package by regular post, or by making alternative
measures to not utilize the arrangements with the senior election official.

building as we do not want Town of Minnedosa Jean Garbolinsky
(28-3) Senior election official
8 Friday, September 28, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Seniors Bowling
Locals Win International Poster Contest

B owlers of the week: Gladys
Murray +91 and Fred Stone-
house +62.
O n September 16th winners were awarded
for the UCT International Competition
Safety Posters contest. Committee Chairperson
Other good games: Lynette Donna Shorrock and member Wilma Shewfelt
Johnson 147, Rosemary Hamilton made the presentations to the three winners.
172, Donna MacDonald 126, Viv- Jeremiah Pratt, grade five student at Tan-
ian Cullen 166, Jim Clark 195, Deb- ners Crossing, took home second place in the
bie Tarn 176, 186, W Ray Douglas Intellectual Disabilities division (grade three
206, 247, Fred Stonehouse 130, 151, to five), a red badge and a monetary award of
Robert Hendry 267, Ray Criddle $75.00.
176, Gladys Murray 219. Two Odanah Colony School students
Welcome back bowlers and placed first in their divisions and received a blue
anyone new for the 2018/2019 sea- badge and monetary award of $100.00 each.
son! Darion Stahl, grade six middle level (grade six to
eight) and Rennae Stahl, grade ten upper level
(grade nine to twelve).
TRIBUNE To make it to the International Level, the
students posters first won at the Local Level and
then the Regional Level. Congratulations to the
DEADLINE winners and all the participants who took part
in the Safety Poster Contest.
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)
SEPTEMBER 28TH - OCTOBER 4TH * 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

Campbells RW soups asstd ..................... 284ml ...... $0.79 FM muffins raisin bran, banana choc chip..... 6x100g ...... $3.49
Mazola vegetable, canola oil .................... 2.84lt ...... $8.49 Giuseppe pizza asstd ..........................740-850g ...... $5.49
Michelina asstd regular only ..................................................227g ..........3/$4.00
Whiskas dry meaty selections cat food ....................................2kg ............. $6.99
Whiskas temptations treats asstd ...........................................180g ............. $2.99 NN™ french fries asstd .............................................................1kg ............. $1.79
Pedigree healthy vitality ............................................................8kg ........... $17.99 Tenderflake pie shell, pastry, tart asstd ......................... 255-350g ............. $3.29
Caesar wet cat food asstd ........................................................100g ............. $0.99 NN™ potato patties.................................................................20ea ............. $2.99

Heinz beans, pasta canned asstd .......... 398ml ...... $1.29
Sapporo noodle .......................................................................100g ............. $0.89
Barilla spaghetti .......................................................................454g ............. $1.49
Hunts tomato, pasta sauce asstd ......................................... 680ml ............. $1.49
BC tuna, hamburger helper asstd ..........................................200g ............. $1.99
PC™ croutons asstd ................................................................140g ............. $1.99
Christie Chips Ahoy, Oreo cookies asstd ...............................300g ............. $3.49 Janes pub style chicken strip, popcorn, burger, nugget800g ..... $7.99
Sugar in the raw .......................................................................500g ............. $2.99 ML Top Dog bbq original ..........................450 ...... $3.99
Rogers icing sugar, brown sugar ....................1kg ...... $2.49 ML original smoked ham ........................................................600g ............. $8.99
NN™ chicken wing box asstd .................................................908g ........... $11.99
RH flour all purpose ...............................................................2.5kg ............. $4.49 PC™ BM extra lean shepherds, potato topped pie ...............900g ............. $9.99
BC super moist cake mix, frosting asstd ........................ 340-432g ............. $1.99 NN™ canton egg rolls meat CP ...........................................1.25kg ............. $8.99
Quaker muffin mix, oatmeal, blueberry ................................900g ............. $3.48 Outside round beef roast ......................................................................... $3.99/lb
Magic baking powder CP ........................................................450g ............. $5.49 Beef stew ................................................................................................... $3.99/lb
Fleischmann’s yeast asstd .......................................................113g ............. $4.49 Chicken legs fresh..................................................................................... $1.99/lb

Crisco golden flavour vegetable shortening ..........454g ...... $2.49
Chipits Chocolate chips asstd ........................................ 270-300g ............. $2.99
Quaker oats quick ......................................................................1kg ..........2/$5.00
Alcan foil wrap ......................................................................... 50in ............. $3.49
Eagle brand milk sweetened................................................ 300ml ............. $2.99
Castello traditional blue cheese .............................................125g ............. $4.99
Arla Dofino havarti jalapeno ..................................................200g ............. $4.99 Little Debbie treats asstd....................283-369g ...... $1.99
Wonder bread asstd.................................................................570g ............. $1.99

Wonder wraps original ...............................................................10’ ............. $2.49


McIntosh apples ........................................ 3lb ...... $3.29

Sweet peppers orange, red ....................................................................... $2.29/lb
Celery ................................................................. $1.49/lb
Banana....................................................................................................... $0.79/lb
Potatoes russet ........................................................................... 5lb ............. $1.99
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Cantaloupes ................................................................................................... $1.99
Dole Caesar salad .......................................................................................... $2.99 *PRICES AVAILABLE AT THE LUCKY DOLLAR IN MINNEDOSA ONLY
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, September 28, 2018 9

Heritage Co-op Donates $14,000 to Local Food Banks
“At Heritage Co-op, Division Manager, Barry than 400 Co-op Gas Bars
we’re committed to giv- Cooper. “The great atmo- throughout Western Cana-
ing back and investing sphere that day was made da in participating in Fuel
in the communities we even better by the fact that Good Day, with each sup-
serve, and Fuel Good Day Heritage Co-op now gets porting a local charitable
is a way that we can do to donate to these deserv- or non-profit organization
that on a large scale,” said ing local food banks.” or initiative.
Lorne Zacharias, General Heritage Co-op will Last year, Co-op loca-
Manager of Heritage Co- present the resulting dona- tions across Western Can-
op. “Through initiatives tions to each of the five re- ada donated over $570,000
like this, Heritage Co-op, ceiving food banks during from Fuel Good Day. The
along with our members Co-op Week, October 14th total result from across
and customers, are sup- to 20th. Western Canada for 2018
porting great local causes This year, Heritage Co- will be released in early
that make our community op was proud to join more October.
stronger – it’s the Co-op
Adding to the fun,
Heritage Co-op invited lo-
cal ‘celebrities’ – business WATER
Photo submitted
owners, politicians, radio
personalities, and others Life’s most precious
Carol Brown of the Minnedosa and Area Food Bank
with an involved commu-
nity presence - to come out
earthly resource,
was one of the local celebrity window washers at Minnedosa’s to the pumps on Septem- More precious than oil.
Heritage Co-op Gas Bar on Fuel Good Day. ber 18th to greet customers
and wash windshields. Time to clean up.
SUBMITTED as part of Fuel Good Day
on Tuesday, September
was donated to local food
banks in each of these
“The participation and
enthusiasm we saw from
~ Wayne Fossum
H eritage Co-op mem-
bers and customers
recently helped the orga-
18th. During the day, 10
cents from every litre of
fuel purchased at Heri-
communities (Minnedosa
and Area Food Bank, Sa-
maritan House, Helping
everyone – from these vol-
unteers, to our staff, to ev-
ery customer who rolled
nization make a $14,000 tage Co-op Gas Bars in Hands, Wawanesa Food through the pumps – was
community donation. Minnedosa, Brandon, Bank, Southquill Food outstanding,” said Heri-
The funds were raised Erickson and Wawanesa Bank). tage Co-op’s Petroleum

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10 Friday, September 28, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Sandy Lake News
By DIane BaCHeWICH Michigan where she vis- who had surgery at the last week. The conference After several weeks in 93 years young and for her
ited her twin daughters Brandon hospital. was an excellent opportu- Sandy Lake, visiting with mother, Mary Slashinsky

H appy Birthday to Gra-
cie Huculak, who
turned 99 years young this
Andree and Ryeanne who
celebrated their 50th birth-
days. For their birthday
Allan and Nancy Der-
hak of Riding Mountain
visited with mom Helen at
nity to learn and network
with other Palliative Care
Doug and Linda Hayhurst,
their daughter Katrina
Eisch and grandson Josi
who celebrated her 92nd
birthday. Out to help cele-
brate was Fred Buhay from
week. parties, the families at- the Personal Care Home Happy belated birth- flew home to Teisendorf, Craven, SK, John and Don-
Speedy recovery to El- tended the Detroit Tigers during the week. day to Mike Kryshewsky Germany this week. Their na Slashinsky from Dugald
sie Kristolovich who is in baseball game in which Linda Hayhurst at- who treated all the morn- trip to Canada included and Mark and Erin Ryback
the Brandon hospital. the Tigers won! tended the Manitoba Palli- ing coffee folks at the travel to Alberta for a fami- and family from Brandon.
Lavern Veilleux has Get well wishes to Me- ative Care Conference with Drop-in Centre to donuts ly reunion in August. Luck- Paul and Amanda Bra-
returned from Pinckney, lissa Kuziora (Lewandoski) Mary Nichols in Winnipeg and coffee last week. ily, Josi waited until he got schuk and family of Sas-
home to his Papa to take katoon visited family and
his first steps! friends on the weekend.
It was nice to see Jean Paul enjoyed some goose
NOTICE OF ELECTION Hawkins of Brandon out and duck hunting with his
for a visit with her long- friends.
Municipality of Harrison Park time friends at the Drop- Lou and Marlene Van
Notice is hereby given that a vote of the Municipality of Harrison Park will be taken to elect a Reeve and six (6) Councillors from the following in Centre on Tuesday. She Mulligan hosted a pickle
duly nominated candidates: was accompanied by her ball wind-up on the 22nd
son who was on holidays after the tournament at
For the office of Reeve: here from Kelowna, BC. the Rec Centre. They hope
DUDMAN, Jim Gerald and Gladys to see some new people
EWASHKO, Lloyd Ryback hosted a birthday out to play pickle ball next
POTTER, Jason supper for Gladys’ uncle year.
Mike Buhay who turned
For the offices of Councillor – Ward 1: For the offices of Councillor – Ward 2:
(3 councillors) (3 councillors)

Newdale News
DAVIDSON, Jake ATKINSON, Craig By Raven’s Glen WI
MADUKE, Terryl A s this is written – there is about three inches of wet,
soggy snow blanketing the entire area! This is not
what we want to see with so many acres still to be com-
bined and fall work yet to be done before our “actual”
freeze-up happens. Several homes in the Glossop area
Voting places will be open for voting on Wednesday, the 24th day of October, 2018 between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. at: were out of power for over fifteen hours from last Satur-
Ward 1 (Harrison Area) Poll #1 Newdale Drop In Centre – 114 Main Street, Newdale, MB day evening until Sunday mid-morning.
(South of Montcalm Road) We send our sympathy to Vi Lamb and Edith Grego-
Poll #2 Sandy Lake Drop In Centre – 100 Main Street, Sandy Lake, MB rash, both of Minnedosa, on the passing of their daughter
(North of Montcalm Road) and sister, Mae Atkinson, in Brandon Hospital on Sep-
tember 8th. Mae was predeceased by her father, Rus-
Ward 2 (Park Area) Poll #1 Onanole Rec. Centre – 386 Central Road, Onanole, MB
sell Lamb, and brother Neil. The family farmed south of
(East of PR 250)
Newdale and Mae, Neil and Edith took their schooling in
Poll #2 Horod Hall – 111173 Road 122W, Horod, MB town, before Vi and Russell retired to Minnedosa. Mae
(West of PR 250) is survived by three children James, Julia and Mary, four
IDENTIFICATION MAY BE REQUIRED BEFORE BEING ALLOWED TO VOTE. A person may be required to produce one piece of government grandchildren and sister-in-law Carol Lamb. Funeral
issued photo identification (for example - driver’s license or passport) or at least two other documents that provide proof of identity. service for Mae was held September 27th in Brandon.
Shirley Pederson, Gaylene Stimpson of Strathclair
ADVANCE VOTING and Barb Cochrane of Silverton joined several others of
For the purpose of accommodating persons who are qualified to vote, but who have reason to believe that they will be absent or otherwise their Normal School classmates to attend the graveside
unable to attend their proper voting place on election day, an advance voting opportunity will be held on Saturday, October 6, 2018 between service at Crandall Cemetery for their good friend, Fern
8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. at the following locations: Dzaman, of Denver, Colorado. Fern was a Lints from the
WARD 1 (Harrison Area) WARD 2 (Park Area) Crandall/ Decker area, one of nine children raised on the
Newdale Drop In Centre Harrison Park Municipal Office farm there. This group have maintained their friendship
114 Main Street, Newdale, MB 43 Gateway Street, Onanole, MB for over 65 years since their Graduation in 1952! Lunch
and a social time followed in the Crandall Community
For the purpose of accommodating persons who are qualified to vote, but reside at a health care facility, a mobile voting station will be set up We extend “special” birthday wishes to Xisra Lamb
at the following health care facility on Monday, October 15, 2018: for September 19th and to Jack Lamb for September 24th
Sandy Lake Personal Care Home – 106 1st Street West, Sandy Lake, MB 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. and our community wishes you both good health and
happiness in 2018! We won’t tell their age but let’s just
APPLICATION TO VOTE BY SEALED ENVELOPE say they won’t see any seventies again!
A voter who is unable to go in person to the voting place or vote in advance, may apply in person, in writing, or by fax to the senior election Rita Friesen of Neepawa took our Sunday church ser-
official at PO Box 190, 43 Gateway Street, Onanole, Manitoba R0J 1N0. Fax # 204-848-2082. vice September 23rd. It’s such a pleasure to welcome her
If applying in person*, a voter may apply between September 26, 2018 and October 21, 2018. back as her message is always timely and well received.
We especially enjoy visiting with her later over coffee - es-
* A voter applying in person may pick up a sealed envelope ballot package at the time of application. pecially when several birthday folks bought Sunday cof-
If applying by mail or fax**, a voter may apply between July 26, 2018 and October 21, 2018. fee!
The hunters arriving from the States or other prov-
** A voter applying by mail or fax will receive a sealed envelope ballot package by regular post, or by making alternative arrangements with inces for goose and duck hunting will be shocked to see
the senior election official. the snow on the ground. Several large flocks of snow
Dated at Onanole, this 19th day of September, 2018 geese have arrived with Blues and Lesser Canada’s
Chad Davies, Senior Election Official among them. Much of the standing wheat still out was
quite flattened from the snow and may look quite appe-
(29-2) tizing to the geese, not what farmers expected so early!
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, September 28, 2018 11

Understanding the Refugee Experience
SUBMITTED community members are is in the options they each Refugees (PSRs) are reset- Myth #4: Refugees gees (PSRs) arrive in Can-
all invited to register and have. Economic migrants tled to Canada by private pose a threat to Cana- ada, they are permanent

W hat would YOU do?
That is the question
that you will discuss dur-
attend. For more informa-
tion and to pre-register for
this event, please see ad
are people who make a
deliberate choice to leave
their country, either for
citizens or groups. These
refugees undergo a refugee
status determination pro-
da’s national security.
Myth Busted: Every refu-
gee coming to Canada
residents and are eligible
for provincial health care
programs. During the year
ing the Forced to Flee Ref- Coming Events ad in the economic or employment cess overseas. If they are undergoes criminal back- they are being sponsored,
ugee simulation event that Classifieds. opportunities. Refugees successful, they are reset- ground checks and secu- they also receive some
is planned for Saturday, Bring your questions are forced to leave their tled in Canada. There is no rity screenings before they extended health benefits
October 20th in Minnedo- about refugees and immi- countries because of per- guarantee they will be ac- are issued an entrance through the Interim Fed-
sa. What would you do if grants to explore the myths secution or conflict. They cepted to come to Canada. visa. Security screening eral Health Program. GARs
you and your family are and truths about newcom- fear for their lives. Many [Note that South Mountain looks at a refugee’s mem- receive Refugee Resettle-
faced with a food shortage ers to Canada in the Q and refugees leave behind their Refugee Committee falls bership in groups or asso- ment Assistance fund-
caused by drought, fol- A session. For example: families and jobs and are into this category.] ciations, as well as social ing during their first year
lowed by a military crack- Myth #1: Canada is willing to make dangerous Refugee Claimants media postings. If there is in Canada, which is only
down response when your taking in too many refu- treks overland or by water are asylum seekers who no perceived risk to Cana- slightly higher than provin-
community complains to gees. Myth Busted: By the in search of safety. [Source: go through a refugee sta- dians, refugees can enter cial social assistance rates.
the government. The vio- end of 2016, there were CLWR] tus determination process Canada. When terrorist PSRs receive financial sup-
lence escalates, and you over 65.6 million people Myth #3: It’s easy to inland to be recognized as attacks are seen on the port directly from their
see your neighbours being worldwide displaced by get into Canada. Myth refugees. If they are found news, sometimes fear of sponsors during their first
killed and violated. You conflict or persecution. Of Busted: Contrary to popu- not to be refugees or per- the ‘other’ can occur, po- year in Canada. If they are
can no longer work or at- these, 22.5 million people lar belief, it is not easy to sons in need of protection, tentially creating a barrier not able to find employ-
tend school. What would were refugees, with 17.2 obtain refugee protection or if they are deemed inad- between people. An analy- ment after their first year in
you decide to do? million of them under in Canada. There are only missible, they are deported sis by Global News of ma- Canada, they are eligible to
Do you stay and wait UNHCR’s mandate. Most three ways in which refu- from Canada. jor terror attacks against apply for provincial social
for the violence to die refugees—84 per cent of gees come to Canada: Each group undergoes Western countries from assistance and receive the
down? the world’s refugees under Government-Assisted immigration medical ex- 2010 to 2017 suggests most same support as anyone
Or, do you request UNHCR’s mandate—are Refugees (GARs) have UN- ams, criminal background suspects involved in the else accessing social assis-
travel documents to re- being hosted in developing HCR refugee recognition checks and security attacks were born in the tance. Refugee claimants
place your expired pass- countries. Most refugees and have been approved screening in order to be country where the attack only have limited Interim
port and hope the ID ar- find refuge in neighbour- for resettlement by Cana- admitted to Canada. These occurred. This disproves Federal Health (IFH) Pro-
rives in time for you to ing countries or elsewhere dian visa offices abroad to steps can take a long time, the idea that refugees or gram coverage until they
try to flee to a welcoming in the region around them. be sponsored by the Cana- and often have a cost asso- immigrants pose a threat are accepted as refugees in
country? Canada is difficult for refu- dian government. ciated with them. [Source to the host country’s secu- Canada. The IFH benefits
Or do you choose to gees to access because of Privately-Sponsored CLWR] rity. [Source: CLWR] are similar to what Cana-
leave any way you can, its distance from coun- Myth #5: Refugees dians receive with social

knowing you may never tries that are producing have better benefits than assistance or disability
see your home, family and refugees such as Syria, Af- Canadians. Myth Busted: programs provided by pro-
community again? ghanistan, Somalia, etc. As When Government-Assist- vincial social assistance
In this group experi- such, the number of refu- ed Refugees (GARs) and programs. [Source: CLWR]
ence you’ll work together gees who arrive in Canada By DOREEN TROTT Privately Sponsored Refu-
with a “family” as con- each year is small. Canada
flict strikes your peaceful
community. How will you
maintain your supply of
received 50,000 claims in
2017, representing 0.13%
of its population. Refugee
W e experienced our first snowfall of the 2018-2019
season on Saturday. Everything buried under.
However, it just enables us to appreciate the beautiful
food, money, and health claimants are a very small weather that I am sure is coming.
and secure your family’s fraction of Canada’s overall Barry and June Humphreys of Clanwilliam visited
future? population. Canada can do last week with Malcolm and Shirley Rose.
The South Moun- more. [Sources: UNHCR Sheila Danko of Flin Flon is spending the week visit-
tain Refugee Sponsorship Canada and Canadian Lu- ing with her sister Muriel McManus.
Committee has invited theran World Relief ] Sunday visitors with Malcolm and Shirley Rose were
Westman Immigrant Ser- Myth #2: Refugees Kim Parish of Basswood and Josie Croft of Yorkshire, MINNEDOSA CREDIT UNION CREDIT CARD PROGRAM
vices to Minnedosa to offer are economic migrants. England. As of August 1, 2018 the relationship between CUETS Financial
us the opportunity to learn Myth Busted: The terms
and Minnedosa Credit Union has come to an end. As a result
and share in this simula- ‘refugees’ and ‘migrants’
tion which was created by are sometimes used in- Minnedosa Credit Union will no longer be issuing or servicing
the Canadian Foodgrains terchangeably, but they CUETS Financial MasterCard credit cards. All existing CUETS
Bank. Interested commu- are different. ‘Migrants’ is Financial MasterCard credit cards will continue to operate
nity members, teachers a broad term referring to under the existing terms and conditions with CUETS Financial.
and youth group leaders people moving from one Unfortunately Minnedosa Credit Union will no longer be able
of students in Grades 7 place to another. Both ref- to provide support for CUETS credit card holders. Should you
to 12, youth interested in ugees and economic im-
geography, social studies migrants can be described
carry a CUETS Financial MasterCard you will have or will shortly
or global issues, and faith as migrants. The difference receive correspondence directly from CUETS Financial.
The Value of Choice
Minnedosa Credit Union will now offer exclusive credit card
STAMPS options from both Visa and MasterCard. We are excited to
announce our new partnership for the issuance of credit cards
with Collabria Financial. Our new card offering will provide
Rubber or excellent options to our members, with cards that can
specifically suit their individual credit card needs, including a
Self-inking new US dollar credit card.


The Minnedosa
Visit our website at for details.
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September 29th You can also stop in or call the branch (204)867-6350 to find out
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Hours to place, correct or cancel ads: UNRESERVED PRINT- Looking for a gift that Minnedosa Ladies Curl-
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Minnedosa, Manitoba R0J 1E0 ing Commercial Equipment, The Minnedosa Tribune. Call
BY FAX 204-867-5171 Supplies, and much more! All 204-867-3816 or email class@ Fall, Coin, Stamp
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mittee is hosting a Forced
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delete any words or phrases deemed by The Minnedosa Sunova Centre event on Saturday, October
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mobile home. New roof, new
responsible for any loss or damage to any advertiser or third FOR SALE deck, new flooring, new fur-
Dealer tables, exhibits, free Church Hall on 48 Main Street
party resulting from the failure of an advertisement to appear
gifts & prizes! Something of South in Minnedosa. Please
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Top quality Albert Parsons will
Repeat ads - Half Price. MOVING SALE. Friday sell Thanksgiving baskets
Classified Display - $9.00/col. inch each insert. (Incl. logo, box &
kitchen cabinets and Saturday, September of gourds/mini-pumpkins, HEALTH
bolding, and centering). 28th and 29th at 233 – 1st Ave. dried floral arrangements,
- Custom, Stock &
S.W. from 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 vegetables, house plants,
Happy Snaps: (Birthday, Engagement, Wedding, Birth, & Surplus Trouble
- Free 3D design p.m. (28-2) x books, baking and more at
Graduation) - $16.00 for the first 20 words and the picture. Walking?
- Prompt service the Heritage Village Flea
Obituaries: - $6.50 per col. inch. - Professional
installation available
COMING EVENTS Market on Sunday, Septem- Hip or Knee
Reach the entire province (50 weekly newspapers) $189.00 ber 30th. Open at 10:00 a.m. Replacement?
Westman and Eastman: $119.00 for church-goers. The group
Serving Manitoba Heritage Village Flea Restrictions in daily
serves a great lunch! All pro-
All Ads plus 5% G.S.T. province-wide Market/Craft Sale at the activities?
ceeds to the Village. Open
for 25 years! Minnedosa Ukrainian Hall $2,500
Deadlines (220 5th Street N.W.) Sunday,
until 2:00 p.m. (28-2) x
Tax Credit September 30th 10 a.m. to 2 $40,000
Classified advertisements must be submitted no later Strathclair Agricultural
than noon Tuesday for insertion in the following Friday’s 1-800-758-6924 p.m. Lunch available. Table Society Horse Poker Derby. refund cheque/
edition. All classified advertisements must be prepaid BEFORE rental is $10. To book your Saturday, October 6th, 2018. rebates
insertion. table, please call Donna at Registration: 10:00 a.m. to Disability Tax
ince wide classified ads Credit.
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Have an upcoming miles north of Hwy 16 on PR
does it assume responsibility for errors published as a result of ployees, and get noticed! You
event? Wanting good attend- # 354 (near Strathclair) or 4
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To ensure your advertisement appears correctly please submit Canada. Call this newspaper
ance? Let our readers know miles south of Hwy. 45 on WORK WANTED
by placing a simple Coming PR # 354 (near Elphinstone)
it in person, by fax, mail, or email. NOW or email classified@
Event ad in The Tribune. Word THEN watch for signs to reg- for more details. Terry’s Home Enrich-
ads starting at $9.00 plus tax istration location. Lunch on
for the first 40 words. Call Trail and Supper Included. ment Maintenance. T.H.E.M.
THING. Automotive, farm,
204-867-3816 or email your Riders $15.00 Non-Rider Sup- cell 204-868-8088 (them@
ad to class@minnedosatrib- per $5.00 Silent Rider Tickets: Now booking  snow
construction, ATV, marine, clearing for driveways and $2.00 each or 3 for $5.00. (28-
motorcycle, golf carts, phones,
Equipment Auction, Saturday, tools, radios, computers etc. 2) x sidewalks. Flexable arrange-
Annual Meeting of ments to suit the need! Hour-
12 Patterson Dr. September 29th, 10 a.m. Red Reconditioned, obsolete and the Minnedosa Centennial Manitoba Rural Wom- ly rate with running total, (if
Stonewall, MB hard-to-find batteries. SOLAR
Deer, AB. Hwy 11 West, South Handivan will be held Mon- en’s Day “Exploring Rural regular upkeep all winter.)
20th Bi- Annual Gun 1KM on Burn Lake Trail. equipment. The Battery Man. day, October 1st at 7:00 p.m.  Health Care”. October 13th in Flat rate for 1 time event such
Auction Trucks / PU, Skid shacks, Of- Winnipeg. 1.877.775.8271 Board Room at the Minnedo- Virden, MB at the Tundra Oil as storms. Also; After being
Sat Oct 20th 9:30 AM fice trailers, Coring equip- sa Hospital. (28-2) x called to a major commit-
and Gas Place. Advance reg-
Accepting Guns, Restricted ment / trailers. www.shield- istration deadline one week ment of time every summer
Parts and full trailer re-
Guns, Ammo, & Gun or and Facebook.
Minnedosa Valley Piece- prior $25.00 Lunch included. now; I am  booking all paint-
Hunting Related * Always Email:; pair, trailer safeties and Au-
maker’s Quilt Guild Quilt Contact 204-726-7155. Pre- ing (Interior and Exterior)
Huge Crowds of Interest! Johnny; 403-464-0202, Coch- topac Trailer Repair. Sales,
Show and Antique quilt dis- sented by Manitoba Women’s from fall through to June or
Coast to Coast Proxy rane, AB. Leasing and Financing of flat-
play. Saturday, September Institute. (29-2) x July.  Interior paint is very
Bidding! deck, dumpbox, cargo, goose-
29th at the 50+ Centre – 31 near odorless now so book
Call or Email to Consign! neck and utility trailers and
Main St. S. from 10:00 a.m. – that interior work and fix up
truck beds. Kaldeck Truck and
(204) 467-1858 or 4:00 p.m. Admission $3.00 x damages during the cold
Trailer, Hwy #1 MacGregor,
(204) 886-7027 months. MB. 1-888-685-3127.
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, September 28, 2018 13


November 5th, 1959 – September 11th, 2018
Rolling River School Division
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of
Timothy Anthony Luhowy of Shoal Lake, MB. Tim passed away at
Rolling River School Division is located in the Hamiota Hospital at 58 years young with his loving family by
southwestern Manitoba, Canada in close proximity to MANITOBA COIN CLUB’s
his side following a three year battle with cancer. Tim was a loyal
Fall, Coin, Stamp
Riding Mountain National Park and Brandon. & Collectibles son, husband, father, grandfather and friend. He was born in Ros-
Show sburn, MB to parents Tony and Georgina Luhowy.
Full Time TermTEACHER required Sept. 29-30/18 Tim had a great passion for sports - namely his beloved
10 AM - 4 PM
Rivers Collegiate $5/day/person
Saskatchewan Roughriders. He found great joy as an umpire for
Grade 7/8/ Classroom Sunova Centre
baseball as well as a hockey official. Tim received the Dick Davis
For more details and application information, please visit our website at 48 Holland Road memorial award as Hockey Manitoba’s Most Promising Official
West St. Paul, MB for the 1994-1995 season. He was proud to be selected as part of the select Employment then Teaching Positions. FREE PARKING
umpire crew to cover the Canada Cup held in Melville, SK. Tim also
Dealer tables, exhibits, free
gifts & prizes! Something of enjoyed fishing, camping and bonfire stories with close family and friends.
Thank you to all applicants for their interest in interest for everyone, from Tim was employed in the grain business for 37 years from 1980-2017 when health issues
Rolling River School Division. beginners to the experienced.
forced him to end his career. Our close-knit circle of friends developed with each station posting.
For more info:
Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. Tim’s career started in Oyen, AB and then proceeded on to Youngstown, AB, Neilberg, SK, Lem-
204-253-0419 berg, SK, and the following Manitoba stations: Basswood, Clanwilliam, Minnedosa, Newdale,
Come with paper,
leave with gold.
Sandy Lake, and finally Shoal Lake.
Tim married his high school sweetheart, Cory Ledoux, in August 1980 and they were blessed
with three sons, Terryl, Taryn and Ternell. Tim was a self-taught handyman and was proud to
CARD OF THANKS have passed on this trait to his boys. He was a great sport to participate in anything that Cory
dreamt up. Tim loved to play the role of “Santa” and was adored by all who sat on his knee. Tim
Heritage Co-op is presently inviting applications for a had a way to make each child feel very special.
Terry Fox Marathon of Tim leaves to mourn his wife of 38 years, Cory and their sons: Terryl (Kim), Taryn (Rachel)
FULL TIME CASHIER/PUMP ATTENDANT Hope  Minnedosa UCT wishes and Ternell. Five grandchildren played a very special role in Poppa’s life: Jayden, Kellan, Jaxson,
For our Gas Bar/C-Store located in Minnedosa, MB to thank all those who sup- Linden and Blaire. Our furry and faithful companion, Sassy, brought Tim such great joy. Tim is
Duties to include, but not limited to; customer service, processing customer
ported this year’s commun- also survived by his mother, Georgina Woychyshyn, and her spouse Tony, parents-in-law, Lorne
transactions, dispensing fuel and propane, stocking, merchandising and general ity event.  Thank you to the and Marion Ledoux, sister, Tina (Darryl) and brother, Terry (Susan), brothers-in-law, Cary (Kelly)
housekeeping/sanitation duties.
participants, those who gave and Randy (Sharyl). Numerous aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews all played a special part in
Qualifications: pledges, the many volunteers, Tim’s life.
 Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills those who helped advertise Tim was predeceased by his father, Tony, in 1987 and grandparents, Sam and Lena Brown
 Highly motivated
(The Minnedosa Tribune, The and Anton and Flora Luhowy.
 High image standards
 Must be available to work a variety of shifts including days, evenings and
Minnedosa Library, The Phar- We wish to extend a sincere thank you and our appreciation to the doctors, nurses and sup-
weekends macy).    Thank you to the lo- port staff at the Bethesda Hospital in Steinbach, the Hamiota and District Health Centre, Cancer
cal merchants (Kim’s Quality Care Manitoba and The Palliative Care Team in Hamiota for the excellent care and compassion
We offer great advancement opportunities within our organization and the Co-
operative Retailing System, competitive compensation and benefits, company Foods, Heritage Co-op) and that became a part of his journey.
matched pension plan and a diverse and supportive working environment. the Communities in Bloom for In Tim’s memory donations may be made to: Cancer Care Manitoba at 675 McDermot Ave.
Our core values are Integrity, Excellence and Responsibility
donations towards the lunch.  Winnipeg, MB, R3E 0V9
With your support we were
If you are interested in joining our team, please send your cover letter and able to raise over $3,000.00 for
resume to:
cancer research.  See you next Subscribe to The Minnedosa Tribune
year. X
Or apply in person at our Minnedosa Gas Bar/C-Store Words cannot begin MINNEDOSA, MB R0J 1E0 PHONE 204-867-3816
to express the love that has been bestowed upon us dur- Local Trading Area: $43.11 NAME:
WE THANK ALL CANDIDATES FOR THEIR INTEREST, HOWEVER, ing this difficult time. We are (Minnedosa,Bethany, Clanwilliam,
truly grateful to be surround- Erickson, Onanole, Sandy Lake, Lake
Audy, Olha, Vista, Elphinstone,
ed by such wonderful car- Newdale, Rapid City, Franklin,
ing people. The family of Tim
Mountain Road and Neepawa)
Luhowy would like to express
Other Manitoba
our sincere appreciation for
EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS the overwhelming generosity
locations: $50.31
OPPORTUNITY OPPORTUNITY expressed during this time of
sorrow in our lives. To all those
Other Canadian
locations: $56.01
MEDICAL TRANSCRIP- NEED EXTRA CASH who sent such thoughtful gifts
TION! In-demand career! Em- INCOME? Full Time or Part to the house, for the calls, vis- PROVINCE:
ployers have work-at-home Time. Best Home-based Busi- its, cards, texts, posts and hugs Online subscriptions $35.00
positions available. Get on- ness Ever, Plus Helps Support to support our family. For the POSTAL CODE:
line training you need from an Breast Cancer Research. DE- offers of accommodations
employer-trusted program. TAILS CALL NOW 1-866-668- to our extended family and
Visit: or 6629. WEBSITE - WWW.SWE- homemade delivered meals.
To the many guests who at-
1-855-768-3362 to start train-
ing for your work-at-home ca-
tended our celebration of the PROPERTIES FOR SALE
Life for Tim. We were truly
reer today!
STEEL BUILDINGS amazed at the support we re-
CLASS 1 ceived. To the many “silent” Prairie Mountain Ph: 204-867-4657
TRUCK DRIVER Independently Owned Gwen Usick Fax: 204-867-2150
workers and organizers be-
To run Canada - must
STEEL BUILDING and Operated Broker Realtor
hind the scenes who quietly
have BC experience CLEARANCE ... “FALL SUPER
did so much. Our heartfelt ap-
- Paid pick, drops,
preciation to the medical team
layovers and stat pay
- Multi drop runs
at the Hamiota Health Cen- NEW N EW
20x23 $5,974. 25x25 $6,629.
- Cell usage tre who graciously gave such
- Benefi t package 28x29 $7,775. 30x33 $9,125.
compassionate care through
- Dedicated truck 32x31$9,680. End Wall Includ-
- Sign on bonus ed. Pioneer Steel 1-855-212-
his cancer journey and espe- MINNEDOSA
cially during Tim’s final days - 1,680 sq. ft., 1 3/4 storey
- Quarterly and annual
7036 - 1,000 sq. ft., 1 3/4 storey FRANKLIN MINNEDOSA
and hours. Also thank you to - 3 bedroom, 2 baths,
- Reset at home - 4 bedroom, 2 baths, - 4,000 sq. ft. heavy steel - 832 sq.ft.
those who gave to the Cancer 9 ft. ceilings walk in closet commercial building.
- Weekend home time
Care Foundation or the char- - 3 bedroom, 2 bath.
- Paid training - Large lot, single car - Large corner lot, single - 5.24 acres.
- Referral program ity of their choice in memory garage. car garage. - Single car garage.
- 3 phase power.
Derek (204) 793-7465 of Tim. Sincerely, Cory, Ter- - R50 insulation in attic, - Windows, shingles, - Completely renovated
CENTENNIAL TRANSPORT ryl, Taryn, Ternell and fami- windows 2012. facia, eaves all approx. head to toe.
& LEASING LTD. MLS #1806243 10 years MLS #1804051
lies, Tina, Darryl and family, MLS#1723314
$106,900 $99,500 MLS #1815260 $159,900 $199,900 $224,900 $215,900
Terry, Susan and family and
mom Georgina Woychyshyn. Take a tour on or our website www.remax-prairie
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M&M CALL ME... FOR ALL YOUR GRAIN 204-867-6359
Donna Dowsett
HAULING 204-867-6361
BDO Canada, LLP All Auto Body Repairs Candice Brown
Chartered Accountants Ph: 867-2083
and Advisors 5 Main St. North
Brian Horner Alayna McTavish
Farm, Business & Individual Grain & Fertilizer Kim Butler
Professional Services: Hauling 204-867-6352
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~ Tax
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WAHOSKI G ORD K E L LY Lakeside St. Alphonsus
Septic Service
Drivers Licenses, Autopac MECHANICAL LTD. Plumbing & Heating Catholic Church
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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 -
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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
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Jackson Anxiety Disorders People Helping People (204)Ê 476-4705Ê
Law Office - Committed to Caring -
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Meetings are held at Ventilation/Air quality Neepawa Library 3rd Tuesday of 476-2483
Ty Burton the month 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Owner/Operator
Air Conditioning

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Cell: 476-6591 Kitchen Equipment
Commercial Gas Fitter
Office (204) 725-8550 Dennis: 476-2766 Commercial & Residential
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51 Main Street S
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If you want to stop and can't ServiceS Beard Trims & Hair Tattoos LEONA’S
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Anonymous can help 204-210-0740
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for Clothing & Misc. Items SERVICES Book Renovating
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Burlington Place, Shoal Lake, MB Call 204-867 3816
16 Friday, September 28, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Minnedosa Credit Union
Community Owned, Community Minded
Main Line 204-867-6350 Alayna McTavish - Loans Clerk 204-867-6354
Brad Ross - General Manager 204-867-6366 Kim Butler - Loans Officer 204-867-6352
Terry McLenehan - Manager of Lending 204-867-6363 Nicole Loewen - Loans Clerk 204-867-6369
Susan Glasgow - Finance Manager 204-867-6353 Lisa Dyck - Administrative Clerk 204-867-6367
Debbie Strelczik - Ag/Comm. Acct. Manager 204-867-6360 Joanne Clarke - Financial Administrator 204-867-6364
Dan Quesnel - Ag./Comm. Acct.Manager 204-867-6359 Gaylene Johnson - Member Service Manager 204- 867- 6357
Donna Dowsett - Loans Officer 204-867-6361 Fax 204-867-6391
Candice Brown - Loans Officer 204-867-6362 Email info
Amber Johnson - Deposit Service/Marketing 204-867-6374
Hours of Business
Monday to Friday - 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturday - 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Your Community Organization Could WIN $1,000.00

Fall In Love with Recycling, Minnedosa Credit Union wants to donate $1000.00 to a
worthy community organization! We will be
and help us reduce our
accepting nominations until October 7th, 2018.
paper waste! Sign up for
Nominations will go to our MCU Land-A-Grand
E-Statements and be Committee for finalist selections. 6 community
entered to WIN our organization finalists will be chosen, and an online
Eco-Friendly prizes!! public vote will be held commencing October 8th, 2018.
WWW.MINNEDOSACU.MB.CA/FORMS The winning community organization will be announced
October 18th, 2018 at our International Credit Union Day
Sign up in branch, print sign and fax your form to us at
celebrations, and will receive a $1000.00 donation to their
(204)867-6391 or fill it out and e-mail it to cause! Limit one vote per person/e-mail per day. to be entered to WIN!
How To Apply
Tell us in 50 words or less, how your community organization
could use the $1000.00 Land-A-Grand donation!
Drop off/mail your entry letter to:
60 Main Street Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 -OR-
Open to all Not for Profit
Organizations in Minnedosa
& the surrounding area.
Deadline for entry is OCTOBER 7TH, 2018

Minnedosa Credit Union’s THE CREDIT UNION
Hot Dog Days for 2018 have WILL BE CLOSED ON
now ended! With the help of SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6TH AND
our community we were able MONDAY, OCTOBER 8TH, 2018
to raise money for 5 great SO THAT OUR STAFF MAY ENJOY THE
local organizations! Thank LONG WEEKEND.
you to all the volunteers
from Minnedosa and Area
Food Bank, 4-H for Teens,
Minnedosa Farmers’
Market, Minnedosa
Centennial Handi-Van,
and Minnedosa Beach
Enhancement who joined us!