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Volume 137 Issue 38 Friday, November 29, 2019 www.minnedosatribune.com 90 cents plus tax

Dan Mazier
Sworn in as Ladies Night Out
Member of
Parliament

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D an Mazier, who was


elected to repre-
sent the constituency of
Dauphin – Swan River –
Neepawa in last month’s
federal election, was offi-
cially sworn in as Member
of Parliament this week.
Mazier will officially take
his seat in the House of
Commons on December
5th when the 43rd Parlia-
ment will officially com-
mence.
“I am really looking
forward to taking my seat Photos by Karen Mitchell
in the House of Commons.
The reality is that the seat is By KAREN MITCHELL ested in doing some Christmas shop-
not mine; it belongs to the ping. The knowledgeable local Home
people I represent. It is my
job to be their voice and
ensure Parliament hears
W ith all one-hundred tickets sold out
in less than a week, the Minnedo-
sa Home Hardware held its second an-
Hardware staff were on hand to demon-
strate some of their products and there
were four game stations and the shop-
their concerns and priori- nual Ladies Night Out event on Wednes- per’s grand prize was a Dyson vacuum.
ties”, said Dan Mazier at his day evening. Throughout the event, the Other big prizes to be won included a
swearing in ceremony. store was packed with ladies who came Kuraidori Air Cooker, Kuraidori Induc-
out to spend a fun night which included tion Fondue and A Keurig Machine.
Continued on much more than shopping. This year’s Ladies Night was an-
Page 6 The event had 99 exclusive Ladies other great success from our local Home
Night only specials, for shoppers inter- Hardware.

Gold Leaf Events Santa Day Craft Sale


Saturday, December 7th, 2019
11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. at Minnedosa United Church
Come and enjoy over 20 craft and gift vendors.
Raffle prizes in support of the Minnedosa Food Bnk
FREE Admission! (38-2)

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