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By JENNIFER PAIGE
M
innedosa Lake was a
hub of activity over
the weekend as the eighth
annual Skate the Lake
pond hockey tournament
was held.
People of all ages
geared up for two days
full of hockey action,
displaying Minnedosas
abundant love of hockey.
W a r m -
er February
temperatures
cont r i but ed
to a great
turnout with
4 3 t e a ms
competing on
six sheets of
ice21 mens
teams, fve
ladies teams
and 17 kids
teams in dif-
ferent age groups.
T e weekend was
awesome. We flled the
rinks for almost every
time spot and the pavil-
ion was full of people all
weekend, said Tanis Bar-
rett, event organizer.
Te Kingdons PMs,
which included Jami Pol-
lon, Brandi Tompson,
Katie McNabb, Meagan
Smith, Kiersten McNabb
and Amy Kingdon defeat-
ed the Odanah Imports
in the f nal matchup of
the ladies division to take
home the title.
In the mens division
the Easton Fections de-
feated the long-standing
Skate the Lake Champs,
Burgess Quality Dudes in
a close game, squeezing
out the win with a 22-21
victory.
Te Easton Fections
included Brendon Tay-
lor, Michael Birch, Derek
Cameron, Ty-
ler Jury, and
Shane Jury.
In the
kids divisions
the novice
league was
won by the
Jets, which
included Har-
ry Cornish,
Mack Sander-
son, Lachlan
Chri stopher,
Lachlan Kopytko, and
Jaden Trotz.
Scott Lane, Colin
Crampaign, Tyson Kaw-
chuk, Dusty Kawchuk,
Braeden Carswell, Brady
Dziver made up team
Falcons who took home
the title in the Atom divi-
sion.
The PeeWee divi-
sion was championed by
the Blue Bombers, which
includes Ethan Ad-
num, Liam Bachewich,
Colton Guimond, Zane
MacDonald, Konlyn Ne-
metchek, and Andy Peck-
over.
The Bantam division
was won by the Bar Down
BoysBraeden Good,
Max Dowsett, Austin Hall,
Nathan Dornn, Ben Pear-
son, Josh Belcher.
Jackson Bachewich a
young hockey player from
Onanole was the win-
ner of the Sleeman No-
toriously Good Night Jets
Game Prize Package.
Families, volunteers
and players filled the pa-
vilion and scattered the
ice for the entire two days,
some travelling from sur-
rounding towns to take
part.
An elderly gentle-
man came out to the pa-
vilion for lunch to see
what all the fuss on the
lake was about. He said
he was impressed with the
whole event and couldnt
believe the number of
people helping to run the
event and all the fun ev-
eryone was having - this
is community he said. It
was a great thing to hear in
the middle of a very busy
weekend, commented
Barrett.
Te annual tourna-
ment was a great success
hosting nine more teams
than last years event.
Organizers pointed
out the Town of Minnedo-
sa crews who got the rinks
ready before the event
and Brad Kingdon who
lived on the zamboni
over the weekend keep-
ing the ice in great shape.
Proceeds for the event
will be donated towards
Minor Hockey projects at
MREC. Te Skate the Lake
committee will have the f-
nal numbers on the funds
in the coming weeks.
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By JENNIFER PAIGE
M
innedosa-born gym-
nast, Isabela Onysh-
ko was back in the gym-
nastics spotlight after an
impressive performance at
a national competition that
saw the countrys cream of
the crop compete.
Fifteen-year-old On-
yshko now lives in Brandon
and trains out of the Bran-
don Eagles Gymnastics
Club. Earlier this month
she travelled to Gatineau,
Quebec to compete in the
senior womens division at
the Elite Canada Champi-
onships.
T e event, which
wrapped up on Sunday,
February 9th, saw 29
Olympic-caliber athletes
compete for a spot at the
top.
Onyshko has been in-
volved in gymnastics as
long as she can remember
is certainly no stranger to
competition. Earlier this
year she competed for
Canada at an international
competition in France and
made the national junior
team last year. However,
this Elite Canada event
was the frst time Onyshko
went head-to-head with
Canadas top senior gym-
nasts.
After what was called
a breakthrough perfor-
mance by her teammates
and coaches, Onyshko fn-
ished in sixth place overall
with a score of 52.050. She
just missed a medal fnish
earning fourth place in the
foor exercise and claimed
seventh in vault, tenth in
the uneven bar event and
13th on beam.
Victoria Moors, a senior
gymnast who was ranked
the 10th best female gym-
nast in the world last year,
took frst place overall with
a score of 56.250.
Onyshko continues to
perfect her craft, logging
many hours of practice
time in hopes of making
the national senior team
and competing in the
Commonwealth Games
as well as the Senior Pan-
American Championships
this season.
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Weekend Champions
Te Easton Fections defeated long-standing Skate the Lake Champs,
Burgess Quality Dudes in a close 22-21 game to take home the Mens
Division title. Team members (L-R) Brendon Taylor, Michael Birch,
Derek Cameron, Tyler Jury, Shane Jury.
Te Kingdons PMs defeated the Odanah Imports in the Ladies Division
fnal to take home the title. Team members: (L-R) Jami Pollon,
Brandi Tompson, Katie McNabb, Meagan Smith.
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Photos submitted
By JENNIFER PAIGE
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Jan Macy from the Ladies Health Auxiliary pre-
sented a cheque in the amount of $304.90 to Dianne
Kreshewski of the Minnedosa Personal Care Home.
Te donations spawn from the community Tea
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By DARRYL HOLYK
M
innedosa Town Council met for its regular meet-
ing on Tuesday, February 11th in Council Cham-
bers. Mayor Orr presided with Councillors MacDowall,
Luker, Skatch, Saler and Taylor in attendance. Councillor
Wedgewood was absent.
Te meeting began with a delegation from the
RCMP. Appearing before Council were Superintendant
Glen Siegersma and Staf Sergeant Mike Hengen. Te
two met with council to address a concern that recently
arose that the Minnedosa detachment may be moving its
operations to Neepawa. Te two reassured council that
there are no plans in the works to close the Minnedosa
detachment of ce or relocate local services within the
next seven to ten years.
As a result of an unpaid water bill, Council autho-
rized the transfer of the outstanding amount of $180.47
to the tax roll of the property in which the utility bill is in
arrears.
Council designated the year 2013 as a tax sale year
meaning that all properties with unpaid property taxes
at December 31st, 2012 be ofered for sale by auction.
Council also appointed Donna Minkiew, Manager of
TAXservice Inc. to be the Tax Sale Manager for the Town.
Permission was granted to the Manitoba Neurof -
bromatosis Support Group to hold its Run For NF this
June on the designated streets as outlined in its proposal.
Te Town will apply to Manitoba Infrastructure and
Transportations Grant-In-Aid 2014 program for funding
support for a paving project on 1st Street S.W. from 3rd
Avenue to 2nd Avenue. Te proposed cost of this project
is $55,000 plus GST.
A temporary leave of absence for the February 11th,
25th and March 11th meetings of Council was granted to
Councillor Wedgewood.
Councillor Skatch reported that the local CDC re-
cently found and completed a grant application for up
to $60,000 for the Minnedosa Agricultural Society. Te
application has been forwarded to the local Ag Society
for fnal details. It is hoped this application for funding
will be submitted by the local Ag Society to beneft from
funding for work on its grounds and building.
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By JENNIFER PAIGE
L
ast week Minnedosa
Collegiate held Reality
40s, a student workshop
featuring diferent semi-
nars and speakers that
encouraged students to ex-
plore common issues and
concerns that impact their
lives and relationships.
Reality 40s is an event
that we have held previ-
ous years as YIKES days.
Every year we evaluate
what worked well the pre-
vious year and change a
few things in order to bring
new life to the event, said
Melanie Henry, Career
Preparation and Explora-
tion Coordinator with Roll-
ing River School Division.
Reality 40s was held
at the high school on
Wednesday, February 12th
and involved all students
in grades 9 to 12. Te event
began with a keynote pre-
sentation on healthy re-
lationships presented by
the Red Cross and was
followed with various
breakout sessions with
topics that included sexual
health, crisis help, deci-
sion making, addictions
and awareness as well as
employability skills.
We divided the grade
9 and 10 students into one
group and then the 11 and
12 into another. At that
point in the students lives
that is a big age diference
and these two groups are
facing very diferent types
of stress. With the grade
9 and 10 students we fo-
cused more on mental
health and the importance
of forming healthy rela-
tionships, explained Hen-
ry.
With the Grade 11
and 12 students we fo-
cused on decision making.
Tey are at a point in their
lives when they are be-
ing faced with an array of
dif erent decisions about
their futures, schooling
and careers. Tese activi-
ties addressed the diferent
factors they should think
about when facing a deci-
sion and also gave them
some tools to help.
According to Henry,
the event was also geared
towards helping students
recognize signs that their
fellow classmates may be
dealing with mental health
issues and where they can
turn in our community for
assistance.
Many of the present-
ers we brought in were
from our home communi-
ty. We wanted to showcase
that there are resources
available right at home
and give the kids a face and
name to recognize, added
Henry.
MCI began planning
the event in November
and selected the discus-
sion topics through collab-
oration with the schools
teachers, guidance coun-
selor, administrative staf
as well as the students.
Following the event the
feedback from the teachers
and students was very pos-
itive. It was mentioned that
a number of the presenta-
tions hit key points and
the information was just
what the students needed
to hear.
Presenters handed
out contact information or
supplied our students with
ways that they can reach
out for assistance, advice
or just someone to talk to.
Henry notes that MCI will
certainly be continuing
with the event again next
year.
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Fat Tax Fiasco
Dear Editor,
We are not planning to use the old building.
(Minnedosa Arena) It has been there for 65 years
and has served us well up until this point, but in or-
der to bring it up to code it would be a lot of money
and its longevity would not be suf cient, continued
Orr. (Minnedosa Tribune February 7th, 2014)
Tis is an interesting tidbit of misinforma-
tion, and totally useless in deciding the fate of the
Minnedosa arena. Te arena was assessed by As-
sociated Engineering in April 2013. It would appear
that Mayor Orr, councillors, and MREC proponents
have neither read or understood the engineers re-
port. I encourage the readers to go to the Town Of-
fce and read the report. It is only about twenty pages
long and is fairly simple reading. Even with decades
of neglect the arena is in amazingly good shape. If
the assessment by Associated Engineering is cor-
rect, the current arena can be brought up to code
for $300,000. Tats half the amount the Town and
MREC have spent on useless drawings from LM Ar-
chitecture to date.
Confrm the existing arenas current condition
assessment to ensure the facility does not represent
a viable option for redevelopment. While this is an
unlikely conclusion, it is part of the due diligence
process involved in assuring all users, stakeholders
and the public that all options have been examined
and it answers the question, why build something
new before verifying that the existing facility cant
feasibly be retroftted to meet the need. MREC Fea-
sibility Study page 35. Tis def nitely has not been
done.
To decide about redeveloping the old arena (or
not) a detailed cost analysis, by experienced build-
ers, is necessary.
Herman Klassen and Robert Marks,
Minnedosa, MB
Letters to
the Editor
Arena in amazingly
good shape
By COLIN CRAIG,
Canadian Taxpayers Federation
M
anitobas NDP government knew back in 2008
that fat taxes were inefective. So why on earth
would the government keep studying the idea year af-
ter year and continue to look for ways to implement
such a tax?
Te argument governments usually put forward
when introducing fat taxes is that people have gotten
obese and treating obesity-related illnesses are a huge
cost to the health care system. Tus, they claim taxing
chocolate bars, sodas and other fatty foods is a way
to curb obesity.
But consider what a Manitoba Department of
Healthy Living stafer noted about fat taxes in a
backgrounder document in 2008 Currently there
is only, at best, weak evidence that junk food taxes
would be efective in achieving public health goals of
infuencing food choices. Such taxes would certainly
raise revenue.
Tat document, along with more than a hundred
of other government pages, were obtained by the Ca-
nadian Taxpayers Federation, a donation-based tax-
payers watchdog organization.
Te latter part of the bureaucrats comment not-
ing the tax would raise revenue is likely why the
government kept continuing to look at the matter.
Documents show the bureaucracy and their political
masters tossed around the name Junk Food Tax and
eventually landed on Healthy Living Levy.
A discussion paper about a Healthy Living Levy
was drafted and it looks like it went to cabinet. Clearly
the government took this policy option very seriously,
even after they knew it would basically be a cash grab
and wouldnt curb obesity.
Tankfully, after the Canadian Taxpayers Federa-
tion brought this matter to the media and caught the
government of guard, the provinces Finance Minister
indicated they wouldnt be bringing in any kind of tax
on junk food.
Sure, weve heard such comments before from
the government. After all, the NDP promised in the
2011 election not to raise the PST. However, they know
breaking that promise has cost them dearly public
opinion polls show the Premier has the second low-
est approval rating in the country. Te NDP now know
that bringing in a fat tax after promising not to, would
be the proverbial nail in their cof n.
If the government really wants to cut the fat, why
not start with the fat in government? Spending since
the NDP took over in 1999 has increased at double the
infation rate. Not surprisingly, the bureaucracy and
the provinces debt have both ballooned to record lev-
els.
Next door, Saskatchewans government has re-
duced the bureaucracy by over 1,900 positions; Mani-
toba can tighten its belt too. Pension costs need to be
brought under control and competition and incen-
tives for eliminating waste should be introduced. Pre-
mier Selinger should also lead by example and trim
the size of his large cabinet from 19 politicians down
to 16; the size it was when Gary Doer left of ce.
As for obesity, what the government doesnt seem
to realize is that doing things like raising the PST only
reduced the amount of money the public had to buy
healthy foods. Everyone knows a salad costs more
than a bag of chips.
One thing is clear; the government needs to start
focusing on its own fat and less on Manitobans skinny
wallets.
Pic of the week...
If you have driven along 1st Avenue
S.E. this week you may have noticed
a large snowman waving at you.
After the snowplow left two large
balls of snow in front of the Marley
residence, Keith got creative and
made them into a snowman,
complete with colourful accessories.
Photo submitted
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2004 Te Minnedosa Mohawk/Husky Ethanol
Plant is listed in the frst round of the Federal Govern-
ments Ethanol Expansion Program. $6.4 million has
been earmarked for the expansion of the local produc-
tion plant.
1994 Te Minnedosa Rotary Club is shipping more
than $18,000 worth of equipment from the old hospi-
tal to Tird World countries, such as Ethiopia. A semi
load of delivery tables, operating tables, beds, walkers,
night tables and wheel chairs make up the shipment.
1984 Final proofng of the R.M. of Clanwilliam cen-
tennial history book will soon be complete. Te book
will have over 700 pages and in addition to community
history will feature over 500 family histories and over
1,500 pictures. 1,250 copies of the book will be printed.
1974 Te of cial opening of the Rolling River band
Of ce was held last Friday. Chief Jim Shanacappo, Ron
Lagimodiere and Councillor Marvin Huntinghawk of-
fciated the ribbon cutting ceremony.
1964 Receipts of the Minnedosa and District Mu-
seum amounted to $3,292.53 for 1963, its frst year of
operation. $2,700.04 of this represents donations. After
expenditures, the museum was left with a balance of
$105.90 for the year.
1944 Te Minnedosa Agricultural Society has
burned its $3,500 mortgage, dated November 1st, 1910.
1934 Minnedosa men open the Brandon highway
after three hours of snow shovelling. Te main block-
age was near this town.
1914 W.H. Sparling has been presented with a
handsome gold medal and certifcate making him an
honourary member of the Manitoba Curling Associa-
tion.
1894 Jos. Tales of Scandinavia was in town this
week with two sleighloads of pork. He sold the meat
for $200.

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G
oing back to the Feb-
ruary 7th, 2014 issue
of Te Minnedosa Tribune
you will recall that there
was a picture of Minnedo-
sa Town Council between
1957 and 1962. It was asked
of readers if they could
identify the councillor at
the far right of the photo.
I noticed there was a lot of
interest around town try-
ing to put a name to the
face. Florence MacKay
referred to the booklet,
Roses and A Rusty Nail
by Nancy Taylor and deter-
mined that it was Dr. L.A.
McLean, the town dentist
for many years until the
early 1960s.
I decided to look for
background to this and
went to Te Minnedosa
Tribune archives on mi-
croflm at the Minnedosa
Archives and uncovered
some interesting facts
about that era. Te follow-
ing dates are when par-
ticular stories appeared in
Te Minnedosa Tribune :
OCTOBER 10TH, 1957
A four-way contest
for three vacant council
seats. Tose putting in
nomination papers were
Nick Vlasichuk, Walter
Weir, Fred Taylor and L.A.
McLean. No one ran for
mayor after Jim Chipper-
f elds two terms. Town
Council would appoint
a mayor from among the
ratepayers.
OCTOBER 24TH, 1957
Nick Vlasichuk and
two others elected to coun-
cil. Apparently, Fred Taylor
was the one who lost out in
the four-way race for three
council seats.
NOVEMBER 21ST, 1957
L.A. McLean men-
tioned as the Finance
Committee Chairman.
DECEMBER 5TH, 1957
Old and new town
council appointed Jim Box
as mayor. Te decision was
unanimous from all mem-
bers. Tis was mentioned
as the f rst appointee in
that position in Minnedo-
sa history. It mentions that
Jim Box came to Minnedo-
sa from Souris in 1955.
DECEMBER 19TH, 1957
Retiring Minnedosa
Town Council voted the
mayor to get $600 a year
and each councillor to get
$300 annually.
JANUARY 23RD, 1958
Mayor Box appoint-
ed Bob Sanderson to fll
council seat left vacant by
himself when Box became
mayor. Tis was the fourth
term on council in the past
20 years for Sanderson,
despite saying that he had
served long enough. Mayor
Box appointed councillors
to the following positions:
Health, Welfare and Cem-
etery Earl King and Wal-
ter Weir. Town Planning
and Property Jim Box and
Walter Weir. Finance L.A.
McLean and Bob Sander-
son. Water and Rink Bill
Toovey and Earl King. Fire,
Police and Light Nick
Vlasichuk and Bill Toovey.
Public Works Bob Sand-
erson and Nick Vlasichuk.
I enjoyed researching
these facts and I would like
to remind folks that stories
such as this are free for the
searcher at the Minnedo-
sa Library/Archives on
microflm. T e earliest
Minnedosa Tribunes up
until about those of 1995
are available for looking at.
Editors note: Tank you
Don for taking on this re-
search project and fnd-
ing this information in the
pages of Ye Old Trib.
Councillor identifed as Dr. McLean
(L-R) Bill Toovey, Earl King, Arla Gowing, Walter Weir, Keith Wishart,
Jim Box, Nick Vlasichuk, Bob Sanderson and L.A. McLean.
File photo
6 Te Minnedosa Tribune Friday, February 21, 2014
TOWN OF MINNEDOSA
UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE PLANNING ACT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
On the date and at the time and location described below, a
PUBLIC HEARING will be held to receive representations
Irom any persons who wish to make them in respect to the
Iollowing matter:
THE TOWN OF MINNEDOSA BY-LAW NO. 2532
Being an AMENDMENT to
THE TOWN OF MINNEDOSA ZONING BY-LAW
NO. 2452, as amended
HEARING LOCATION: Town of Minnedosa Council
Chambers 103 Main Street
South, Minnedosa, Manitoba
DATE & TIME: MARCH 11, 2014, at 5:30 p.m.
GENERAL INTENT: The Intent oI this By-Law is
to re-classiIy an area oI land Irom 'RS Residential (Single-
Family) Zone to 'RM Residential (Multiple-Family) Zone.
AREA AFFECTED: Lots 7, 8, Block 3, Plan G
NLTO, located at 77 2nd Street NW, Minnedosa.
FOR INFORMATION: Contact Tanner`s Crossing
Planning District Civic Centre, 103 Main Street South, Second
Floor Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 (Phone: 204 867-2364)
A copy oI the above proposal and supporting material
maybe inspected at the oIfce location noted above
during normal oIfce hours (8:30 to 12:00 and 1:00
to 4:30) during normal business days. Copies may
be made and extracts taken thereIrom, upon request.
Representations may be made either in person or in
writing, at the public hearing.


U8LIC NC1ICL

1he Mlnnedosa dam walkway wlll be closed Lo
allow lnsLallaLlon of a new pedesLrlan walkway.
1he works are expecLed Lo be compleLed by
March 13/2014.

An alLernaLlve rouLe has been opened from Lhe
easL slde of Lhe dam, proceedlng Lo Lhe 8oLary
8rldge and along Lhe easL slde of Lhe 8lson
compound.

1hls Lrall wlll be malnLalned durlng consLrucLlon,
weaLher permlLLlng.

1he 1own of M|nnedosa

By ELMER KASKIW
T
he clock is ticking on a
lot of wetter-than-nor-
mal grain that went into
storage or outdoor piles
last fall.
Typically damp wheat
harvested at 18-20% mois-
ture and 10 degrees Cel-
sius can be safely stored
for about 90 days which
would take us through to
the end of January. Fortu-
nately for many produc-
ers much of this damp
wheat was harvested un-
der much cooler tempera-
tures allowing for a longer
than normal safe storage
period. However, even at
these temperatures the
safe period for this grain
is diminishing rapidly and
will typically be in the 120-
130 day range due mainly
to the longer and warmer
daytime temperatures
now being experienced.
Temperature dif er-
ences within a grain bin or
outside pile cause mois-
ture migration from warm-
er to colder areas. Tese
temperature diferences
cause moisture to accu-
mulate in pockets within
the bin or pile and cause
grain heating and spoilage.
Moisture usually migrates
to the top centre of the bin
or pile when the grain is
warmer than the outside
air and to the centre bot-
tom of the bin or pile when
the grain is colder than the
outside air.
Oilseeds harvested at
tough to damp levels dont
experience this same in-
crease in safe storage with
cool to cold grain tempera-
tures. Canola at 12% mois-
ture harvested at 15, 10 or
5 degrees Celsius will only
see safe storage increase by
as little as 10-15 days and
will have likely long since
run into storage problems
already this winter.
Safe Removal Of
Stored Damp Grain
Since a lot of grain
went into winter storage
wetter than normal last
fall, much of it will also be
more prone to crusting and
or the forming of a wall of
grain upon removal from
the bin. Tis increases the
potential for bin unloading
problems and the poten-
tial for getting trapped by
the grain during bin en-
try. Workers can become
trapped in grain bins by
fowing grain as a result of
a collapsed vertical wall of
grain and or the collapse of
bridged grain.
Bridging occurs when
the kernels of grain stick to-
gether and form a crust. A
cavity will form under this
crust when grain is being
removed from the bin and
wont be strong enough to
support a persons weight
upon entry. Once the crust
collapses the person can
become overcome by the
avalanche of grain.
Bridging can also oc-
cur vertically against a bin
wall and again can collapse
once disturbed, creating
an avalanche of grain. Ver-
tical bridging along a bin
wall can also create un-
even pressure on bin walls
resulting in the suction of
the opposite wall inward
leading to bin collapse.
Te following practic-
es should be implemented
as a protocol for bin entry
during grain removal:
* Never enter a bin
while loading grain to
break up a grain bridge. A
wall of grain can collapse
without warning and pull
the person into the grain
mass, burying the individ-
ual in a few seconds.
* Look for a funnel
shape on the surface of
the grain mass after some
grain has been removed.
If the surface appears un-
disturbed, the grain has
bridged and a cavity has
formed.
* Stay outside the bin
and use a pole or other
object to break bridged
grain loose from the top of
the bin. Attach the pole or
other object to the bin with
a rope so you can retrieve
the pole or other object if
you drop it.
* Be aware of bin wall
suction on opposite wall
when loading due to ver-
tical wall pressure which
can lead to bin collapse.
* Never enter a grain
bin alone, be sure to wear a
safety harness and always
have at least two people at
the bin to assist in case of
problems.
By JENNIFER PAIGE
T
he Rapid City Elemen-
tary School Parent
Group continues to work
toward its goal of rais-
ing funds to replace the
schools aging play struc-
ture.
On Wednesday, Feb-
ruary 19th, Rapid City na-
tive and representative
from the local Minnedosa
Credit Union, Debbie
Strelczik presented Ryan
Nevin, playground project
coordinator, with a dona-
tion of $1,000.
We recently read in
the Tribune that the Rapid
City Parent Group was
trying to fundraise for a
new play structure and we
wanted to help with a do-
nation, said branch man-
ager, Brad Ross.
According to Nevin,
the parent group began
its fundraising eforts in
March of 2013 and hope to
collect the necessary funds
over the course of the com-
ing year.
We are continuing
our fundraising eforts and
have begun to look at our
dif erent design options
for the new structure. We
are hoping to have raised
enough funds in order to
begin construction in the
summer of 2015, said Nev-
in.
Ag report... Dealing with damp grain
MCU supports Rapid City playground
At right, Debbie
Strelczik presents a
$1,000 donation to
Ryan Nevin.
Photo by Jennifer Paige
MAUSHIES
WILL BE CLOSED
March 3rd - March 10th.
We will re-open
on March 11th.
50-2
7 Te Minnedosa Tribune Friday, February 21, 2014
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
ROLLING RIVER SCHOOL
DIVISION BUDGET
The Rolling River School Division Board
of Trustees and Administration will be
holding a public meeting to discuss
the proposed 2014-2015 budget. All
interested individuals are invited to
participate in this event.
Location: Tanners Crossing School,
Minnedosa (Pit Area)
Date: Wednesday, Feb. 26th, 2014
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Pee Wee
By LAURA GOOD
W
ith regular league
games complete,
the Bombers had a quiet
weekend. On Friday, Feb-
ruary 7th the Bombers had
an exhibition game against
the Gladstone Lakers. Te
Bombers were frst on
the scoreboard halfway
through the frst period.
Tey quickly lost their lead
and were down 3-2 at the
end of the frst period. Te
second period the Bomb-
ers scored a third goal,
but Gladstone added two.
Tey were down 5-3 at the
end of the second period.
Tey came out strong in
the third scoring three
goals to Gladstones one.
Te game ended tied at 6.
Zane MacDonald 3G/2A,
Josh Good 2G/2A, Shawn
Owens 1G/1A, Andy Peck-
over 3A and Devan Beatty,
Colin Robinson and Ethan
Bruce each with an assist.
Te Bombers f nished
fourth place in league and
had to face the frst place
Brandon Wheat Kings in
the playofs. Friday, Feb-
ruary 14th the Bombers
played game one in the
best of three series. Bran-
don took the lead with a
goal at the end of the frst
period. Te Bombers
played a hard game lots
of great passes and shots
on net. Tey had many
chances to outshoot the
Brandon team, but could
not buy a goal. Brandon
continued to score and
the Bombers were down
three zip at the end of the
second. Tey continued to
play a fast paced game, but
were not able to secure a
win. Final score 4-1 Bran-
don. Minnedosas only
goal scored by Ethan Bruce
and assisted by Andy Peck-
over and Zane MacDon-
ald.
Te second game in
the series was in Bran-
don on Monday, February
17th. Te Bombers were
in a must-win situation.
Brandon did not allow the
Bombers much scoring
opportunity the Bomb-
ers were out-sho t 16-2 af-
ter the frst period. Brad
Letain played a strong
period and kept the game
scoreless. Te second pe-
riod the Bombers found a
spark and the momentum
started to change. Bran-
don found the board frst,
but the Bombers were
quick to respond. Te sec-
ond period ended tied at
one. Te third period the
Bombers came out strong.
Zane MacDonald scored a
beauty goal of a rebound
from Josh Good by batting
the puck in mid-air. Two
minutes later the Bombers
scored a third goal. Tis
was the game tsn turn-
ing point as the Bomb-
ers gained momentum
and dominated the rest of
the game. Final score was
3-1 for Minnedosa. Zane
MacDonald 2G, Josh Good
1G/1A, Devon Beatty 2A
and Carter Hedley and
Kayden Sutherland each
with an assistant. Game
three against Brandon
Wheat Kings is scheduled
for Saturday. Go Bombers!
Bantams
By CRISSY KOWAL
T
he Minnedosa Ban-
tams played their last
league game of the season
on Tuesday, February 11th
at home where they faced
of with Brandons Police
Association Jets. A good
frst period saw Te Bomb-
ers carry a 2-1 lead into
the second but this would
be as close as the opposi-
tion would get. Four goals
in the middle frame and
two more in the third gave
Minnedosa a decisive 8-1
win. Nathan Dornn 2G,2A;
Josh Belcher 2G,2A; Joel
Hnybida 2G,3A; Dallas
Loewen 1G; Nolan Bai-
ley 1G; Matthew Kowal,
Braeden Good and Nick
Henry 1A each. Joel Lane
between the pipes. After
a 20 game schedule Te
Bantams ended the season
with a record of 17-3-0.
As of Monday, Feb-
ruary 17th the team
was in f rst place with
34 points, tied with
Brandons Heritage Co-
op Wild who still had one
game left to play.
League playof s will
begin on Friday, Febru-
ary 28th with either a frst
or second place fnish.
Minnedosa is hosting the
Bantam B Provincials
this weekend and are
scheduled for two games
today, one this afternoon
and one this evening. If
youre looking for some
great hockey action this
weekend head on down to
the arena and help cheer
on our Bombers. Best of
luck Team - have a great
weekend!
Minor Hockey Report
8 Te Minnedosa Tribune Friday, February 21, 2014
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By JENNIFER PAIGE
O
n Tursday, Febru-
ary 13th, middle year
students from Minnedosa
and surrounding area
spent the day at the
Minnedosa Community
Conference Centre gain-
ing knowledge and under-
standing of various global
issues.
Sixty-two students
from eight schools gath-
ered for Manitoba Council
for International Coopera-
tions Momentum for Our
World: Goals for a Better
World middle-years con-
ference.
Mountain View, Park
West, Rolling River, South-
west Horizon and Swan
Valley school divisions
participated in the full-
day event, each school
sending a group of six stu-
dents and one teacher.
I believe this is the
third year that the con-
ference has been held in
Minnedosa. We are a fairly
central location for a num-
ber of the other schools
that participate. Numbers
are down this year due to
the weather, school buses
were unable to travel,
said Kim Burgess, guid-
ance counselor at Tan-
ners Crossing Elementary
School.
MCIC is a coalition
of over 40 organizations
involved in international
development. Te group
is independent, non-proft
and is responsible for dis-
tributing Government of
Manitoba funds designat-
ed for international devel-
opment, emergency relief,
rehabilitation and works
within Manitoba in order
to build understanding
and engagement on inter-
national issues.
MCIC appreciates
the f nancial support we
receive from the Govern-
ment of Canada provided
through Foreign Afairs,
Trade and Development
Canada which assists us in
organizing these confer-
ences, said Janice Hamil-
ton, executive director for
MCIC.
MCICs middle years
conference engages stu-
dents through a number
of creative workshops, a
series of simulation games
and circuit sessions.
We f nd that this is
a really positive thing for
the kids. It gives them a
better perspective about
the world in general and
the challenges that are
faced in other countries,
said Burgess.
Students spent the
day exploring issues
around poverty reduction.
What is being done to re-
duce poverty, how difer-
ent development projects
work and what they can
do to ensure a good life for
people around the world.
T e students cer-
tainly take what they have
learned in these sessions
back to their classmates.
It is a popular conference
and many of them look
forward to it every year,
Burgess added.
T e conference in
Minnedosa is the third
in a series of four confer-
ences that are being held
throughout Manitoba
from November to Febru-
ary.
By RAVENS GLEN WI
T
he Early Birds senior
club hosted the Re-
gional Cribbage Tourna-
ment on February 13th in
the Community Hall with
sixteen tables in play. A
delicious lunch was en-
joyed and the top scorers
of the day were Barb Ped-
ersen and Linda Baker of
Newdale. Ten teams are
eligible to move on to the
North-South Games to be
held in Deloraine. Gerald
Watkins and Bill Zahaiko
along with Ida Bradley
and Hilda Davies will also
be attending. Congratu-
lations to all the winners,
while everyone else en-
joyed the food and visiting!
We send our sympathy
to Harvey English and his
family on the passing of his
sister Marguerite (English)
Waddell in Calgary. She
was married to Don Wad-
dell and our condolences
go to the Waddell relatives
On February 4th, Ter-
ry, Donna and Codie Baker
and Linda and Doug Baker
went to Winnipeg to join
Katelynn and Jordan to
celebrate Kates gradua-
tion from Medical Radio-
logic Technology, held at
the Centennial Concert
Hall. She took her course
through Red River College
and began working at Ha-
miota Hospital in Febru-
ary. Congratulations!
Newdale Annual Bon-
spiel was held last week-
end with 20 rinks entered
from the area.
First Event winner
was Brett Gill, 2. Rick
Kienas, 3. Brian Tolton, 4.
Tara Patterson and First
Event Calcutta winner was
B.Wareham/B.Fortune.
Second Event winner
was Neil Galbraith, 2. Bar-
ry Tegg, 3. Dave Rsytepha-
nuk, 4. Megan Usick and
Second Event Calcutta
winner was David Caird.
T ird Event winner
was Dave Clark, 2. Albert
Shurvell, 3. Darren Ostash,
4. Bob Duncan and Tird
Event Calcutta winner was
the Usick Rink.
Winner of the 50/50
draw was Michael King-
don.
Delicious food, great
prizes, challenging ice,
wonderful hospitality,
made for another success-
ful bonspiel! Te ladies of
the kitchen outdid them-
selves again!
Congratulations to
Sarah Kienas and Trevor
Farmer of Brandon, MB
who became engaged
on Valentines Day, best
wishes Sarah from all your
Newdale friends.
Widening Perspectives and Exploring World Poverty
Photo by Jennifer Paige
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At right,
Students participate
in a creative workshop
during MCIC.
9 Te Minnedosa Tribune Friday, February 21, 2014
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By Dr. BETH EAGAN
Chiropractor
A
fter a few years
in practice I have
learned that a few days
after a big dump of snow I
start to see patients in my
of ce from shoveling re-
lated injuries. Tis article
outlines some things to
consider when shoveling
to help prevent injury.
When shoveling look
for a shovel that fts your
size. Find a shovel that is
not too long. Te longer
the length of handle, the
more strain to the low
back. On the other hand,
a shovel that is too short
will have you bending ex-
cessively which can also
strain the back. A shovel
with a curved handle
helps to minimize strain
on the low back. Also
make sure that the shovel
is not too heavy, if you are
not in shape, or early in
the shovel-
ing season
go for a
light weight
shovel.
Bef ore
begi nni ng
shovel i ng
warm up,
much like
a workout,
you would
not hit the
w e i g h t s
w i t h o u t
warming your muscles
up. Take a short fve to ten
minute vigorous walk and
do some stretching. Tis
gets the blood fowing
gradually and minimized
your risk of injury. When
shoveling, much like lift-
ing, bend your knees, not
your back. Keep your back
straight, bend at the hips if
need be. Do not twist your
back to throw the snow,
stand up, move your feet
around to face the direc-
tion you are
putting snow.
T w i s t i n g
will put your
back at risk.
Make sure to
take frequent
breaks, and
avoid heavy
lifting by tak-
ing less snow.
Often time
people power
through it, but
taking breaks
will minimize injury risks.
Set the alarm a little ear-
lier to give yourself ad-
equate shoveling time in
the morning.
Frequently we hear
of people having heart
attacks when shoveling.
When the snow is heavy
and wet, shoveling is in-
tense physical activity,
increasing blood pressure
and heart rate. When you
breathe in cold air it can
trigger constriction of
the coronary arteries, de-
creasing oxygen supply
to the heart. Increased
heart rate and blood pres-
sure can dislodge plaques
from the arteries, which
can then lead to clotting,
further reducing oxygen
supply and there is the
possibly of having a heart
attack. According to the
City of Toronto public
health release if you are
over the age of 40 have a
history of heart disease,
high blood pressure, el-
evated cholesterol, if you
are a smoker, overweight,
or lead a sedentary life-
style you are at risk for a
heart attack every time
you shovel snow. If this
happens to be you invest
in a snow blower, or hire
someone to shovel for
you, until you get into bet-
ter physical shape.
Happy Shoveling!
Safe Shoveling to Prevent Injury
SUBMITTED
T
ourism Westman has
announced nomina-
tions for the 11th annual
Tribute to Tourism Awards
are now being accepted.
Since the introduction of
the awards, Minnedosa
businesses, groups and
individual nominees have
been successful in winning
numerous Tribute to Tour-
ism Awards.
Nominations are open
to individuals, businesses
and organizations within
the Tourism Westman re-
gion that have made a sig-
nifcant impact on the tour-
ism industry.
T e six nomination
categories are as fows:
1. Aspiring Youth an
individual under the age
of 29 who has shown great
work and dedication as a
volunteer, employee or en-
trepreneur.
2. Event of the Year a
festival or event that has
created substantial eco-
nomic impact within its
community and has at-
tracted visitors from out-
side the region, province or
country. Event nominees
should have generated
media attention regionally
or nationally and has posi-
tively promoted southwest
Manitoba.
3. Marketing Excel-
lence A business, organi-
zation, event or attraction
has developed an efective
marketing campaign which
has increased tourism in
southwest Manitoba.
4. Partnership An al-
liance of local businesses,
communities or organiza-
tions that have partnered
to promote tourism in their
area.
5. Service Excellence
A business or organization
that has shown exemplary
service and enhancement
of the visitors experiences
demonstrated through a
high degree of visitor satis-
faction.
6. Volunteer of the Year
An individual who has
demonstrated an outstand-
ing efort in a tourism activ-
ity on his or her own time
and has not received any
f nancial payment for the
eforts put forth.
Nomination forms can
be found on the Westman
Tourism website or by con-
tacting the of ce at 1-888-
347-4342.
Nominations will be
accepted until Friday,
April 11th. Te winners of
the 11th annual Tribute
to Tourism Awards will
be announced during an
awards gala in Brandon in
early June.
Nominations open for Tourism Awards
Local winners at last years Tribute to
Tourism Awards included Te Grey Cup Train
Tour committee (top), Tilson Place (bottom left)
and Strathclair Drama Club (bottom right).
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10 Te Minnedosa Tribune Friday, February 21, 2014
TOWN OF MINNEDOSA
UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE PLANNING ACT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
On the date and at the time and location described below, a
PUBLIC HEARING will be held to receive representations
Irom any persons who wish to make them in respect to the
Iollowing matter:
THE TOWN OF MINNEDOSA BY-LAW NO. 2530
Being an AMENDMENT to
the TOWN OF MINNEDOSA ZONING BY-LAW
NO. 2452, as amended
HEARING LOCATION: Town oI Minnedosa Council
Chambers, 103 Main Street
South, Minnedosa, Manitoba.
DATE & TIME: MARCH 11, 2014, at 5:45 p.m.
GENERAL INTENT: The intent oI By-law No.2530
is to allow Ior modular homes within the 'RS Residential
(Single-Family) Zone, the 'RS-U Residential (Single-
Family) Unserviced Zone, the 'RMH Residential (Mobile
Home) Zone, and the 'RLL Residential (Large Lot) Zone; to
establish standards Ior new modular homes and to reduce the
bulk requirements Ior site area, interior and corner site widths
in dwelling sites.

AREA AFFECTED: All areas oI residentially
zoned land including 'RS Residential (Single-Family)
Zone, 'RS-U Residential (Single Family) Unserviced Zone,
'RMH Residential (Mobile Home) Zone, 'RM Residential
(Multiple-Family) Zone, and 'RLL Residential (Large Lot)
Zone within the Town oI Minnedosa.
FOR INFORMATION: Contact the oIfce oI the
Tanner`s Crossing Planning District, Civic Centre, 103 Main
Street South (ph. 204 867-2364)
A copy oI the above proposal and supporting material
maybe inspected at the oIfce location noted above
during normal oIfce hours (8:30 to 12:00 and 1:00
to 4:30) during normal business days. Copies may
be made and extracts taken thereIrom, upon request.
Representations may be made either in person or in
writing, at the public hearing.

TOWN OF MINNEDOSA
UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE PLANNING ACT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
On the date and at the time and location described below, a
PUBLIC HEARING will be held to receive representations
Irom any persons who wish to make them in respect to the
Iollowing matter:
THE TOWN OF MINNEDOSA BY-LAW NO. 2533
Being an AMENDMENT to
THE TOWN OF MINNEDOSA ZONING BY-LAW
NO. 2452, as amended
HEARING LOCATION: Town of Minnedosa Council
Chambers 103 Main Street
South, Minnedosa, Manitoba
DATE & TIME: MARCH 11, 2014 at 5:35 p.m.
GENERAL INTENT: The Intent of this By-Law
is to re-classify an area of land from ~RS Residential
(Single-Family) Zone to ~RMH Residential (Mobile
Home) Zone and to allow more than one modular
home within a mobile home park.
AREA AFFECTED: The SE / oI Section 2,
Township 15, Range 18 WPM, described as Lots 12 to 18,
Block 25, Plan 4 NLTO, Parcels A,B,C, Plan 41051 NLTO,
& Lots 5 to 18, Block 26, Plan 4 NLTO, as located between
6th and 7th Avenues, west oI 4th Street SW Minnedosa.
FOR INFORMATION: Contact Tanner`s Crossing
Planning District Civic Centre, 103 Main Street South, Second
Floor Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 (Phone: 204 867-2364)
A copy oI the above proposal and supporting material
maybe inspected at the oIfce location noted above
during normal oIfce hours (8:30 to 12:00 and 1:00
to 4:30) during normal business days. Copies may
be made and extracts taken thereIrom, upon request.
Representations may be made either in person or in
writing, at the public hearing.

By DIANE BACHEWICH
G
et well wishes to Ger-
maine Miko who had
surgery at the Grace Hos-
pital in Winnipeg.
Sympathy is extended
to the Millenchuk family
on the recent passing of Al-
ice OGradnick, aged 97, of
New Market, ON. She was
the wife of the late Steve
OGradnick, son of Metro
and Katherina (Millen-
chuk).
Lil Kelenick returned
home from Calgary, AB
where she spent the past
two weeks staying with her
sister.
El si e Kowal chuk,
Francis Kuzmak, Sadie
Rystephanuk, Marga-
retDmytriw and Diane
Bachewich all enjoyed the
play Miracle on South
Division Street which
was held at the Strathclair
Teatre. Tis was a Royal
Manitoba Teatre presen-
tation.
Harold Prosken of
Winnipeg was out for the
weekend and said that wife
Joyce is doing well after her
surgery.
Diane Bachewich
spent the past 10 days with
sister, Janice Duchomin-
sky, in Winnipeg. Wishing
Janice a speedy recovery.
A few ventured out
from here on Saturday
evening to Horod to a
old-fashioned Valentine
Dance. Everyone had a
good time bringing back
memories from the good
old days.
Sympathy to Bill and
Jean Huston and family on
the passing of Bills sister,
Ellen Weech, of Edmon-
ton, AB.
Eight members of the
Drop-in Centre, Rose Ro-
gasky, Diane Bachewich,
Sadie Rystephanuk, Clif
Lungal, Liz Antonation,
Ollie Lewandoski, George
Buhay andMargaret
Dmytriw participated in
the North Westman Re-
gional Senior Crib Tourna-
ment held at Newdale on
Tursday. Ollie and Diane
will go on to Deloraine for
the North and South Fi-
nals.
Sadie Rystephanuk
spent a week visiting her
sister Jo-Ann McGirr and
niece, Karen McGirr and
also with friends Glen and
Carrie Peter in Winnipeg.
February 17th

B
owlers of the week are: Clay Searle 231, 166, 170 (+90
T) and Donna McDonald 138, 115 (+46T).
Other good games: Gwen Orr 136; Garry MacDow-
all 180 209; Vivian Penner 184; Robert Hendry 213; Ruby
Longstaf 70, 78; Rosemary Hamilton 230; Vivian Cullen
210, 238; Shirley Micksoki 244, 217; Florence Haywood
130, 136; Pat Delbridge 169.
Fabulous Five are leading with 73 followed by Rose-
marys Babys 66.5, Mdosa Oldies 36, Happy Gang 49.5,
Ups and Downs 39, Wanna Bees 31.
Good luck next week.
Golden Agers Bowling
By BERYL PARROTT
H
arvey and Linda Fleger motored to Yorkton, SK to
watch grandson, Drew Fleger play hockey on Fri-
day, February 7th. Te Flegers took Ella Scott out for
supper in Glenella, MB on Sunday the 9th of February.
Dennis and Irene Magwood accompanied by Wade
Magwood of Morris, MB, visited with Pat, Leanne, Seth
and Camryn Magwood at Rocking Rapids, AB, February
10th to 13th. After Wades return to his home, Dennis
and Irene Magwood visited with Lorraine Chemerika
who was a patient in Winnipeg, on the 14th of February,
returning home that same day. Gerald and Rosemary
Parrott of Olds, AB, Anika Eichmann and Kevin Herk-
lotz of East Germany spent from February 15th to 21st
with Ron and Beryl Parrott. While here they also visited
with other folks. Mark and Nate Miller of Airdrie, AB
also visited with the Parrotts during the week, but spent
the week with Dave and Alda Miller. Hayden and Nicole
Kaastra of Wawanesa, MB also spent the weekend with
Dave and Alda Miller.
Te Franklin Community Hall Association Inc. held
their regular monthly meeting on February 17th with
president Dennis Magwood presiding. Nine members
attended. Preparations were ongoing for the snowmo-
bile derby coming up in March.
Tought for the Day: Te hardest thing in life is to
know which bridge to cross and which bridge to burn.
SANDY LAKE NEWS
FRANKLIN NEWS
By DOREEN TROTT

C
ongratulations to Ken
and Myrna Bayes who
celebrated their 50th wed-
ding anniversary on one
of the few pleasant days of
the winter. Tey had a tea
and supper at the Rapid
City Legion Hall. Several
people attended the af-
ternoon tea and others
attended the evening sup-
per. Te bride of 50 years
reminisced that February
15th, 1964 was a very mild
day and the wedding party
did not need to wear jack-
ets for outdoor pictures.
On Sunday a number
from the area attended
the pie social in Rapid City
in support of the library.
Tis event is a great fund-
raiser. Tere were some
very pricy pies!
Susan and Sid Dueck
of Boissevain visited
last week with Glen and
Loreen Jackson.
Emily MacDonald
was home with her par-
ents John and Louise
MacDonald for Reading
Week.
CADURCIS NEWS
February 13th
1st Judy McFadden and
Val St. John.
2nd Linda Vint and Wilf
Taylor.
3rd Lois Phillips and
Carol Lonsdale.
Bridge Club
results
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open at 6:00 p.m. Early bird at
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M i n n e d o s a
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to seniors and all others
requiring meals at the
Townview Manor 6th foor
Tuesdays, Tursdays and
Sundays starting at 5:00
p.m. $8.00 dine in, $10.00
delivered. Call 204-867-
2198 after 1:00 p.m. on day
of the meal or call 204-867-
5190 for all other inquiries.
Menu:
Sunday, February 23rd:
Beef stew with biscuits,
rolls, potatoes, vegetables,
salad, pickles, dessert, tea
and cofee
Tuesday, February 25th:
Chicken breast, potatoes,
vegetables, salad, pickles,
dessert, tea and cofee
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th
:
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gravy, potatoes, rolls,
vegetable, salad, rolls,
pickles, dessert, tea and
cofee
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Rapid City Community
Complex 11th annual Vintage
Snowmobiling Poker Derby
and Skate-A-Ton, Sunday,
March 2nd. Registration 11:00
a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at the rink,
$5.00 per hand. All snow-
mobiles welcome, call Gavin
Reynolds at 204-720-0997 or
email gavin@celticpower.ca.
(48-3)
World Day of Prayer at
the Minnedosa Covenant
Church on Friday, March 7th
at 2:00 p.m. Everyone wel-
come. (50-2x)
Te Royal Canadian Ar-
tillery band will perform at
the General Strange Hall Te-
atre at CFB Shilo on Sunday,
March 2nd at 2:30 p.m. Ad-
mission by donation. All pro-
ceeds to the RCA Museum.
(x)
POLONIA POKER DERBY
- February 23rd. Registration
11:30 a.m.- 1 p.m. at Polonia
Hall. $15.00 Entry Fee in-
cludes Supper at 5 p.m. Sup-
per only $12.00. Enquiries
contact 865-2252 - MLCC
457/13. (x)
COMING EVENTS
St. Patricks Tea and Bake
Sale on Saturday, March 15th
from 2:00 4:00 p.m. in the
United Church. Meat pies
available. Everyone welcome!
(x)
Kirks Service is looking
for a full-time Journeyman
Automotive Service Techni-
cian. Shop hours are Mon-
day to Friday 8:00 a.m. 5:00
p.m. We ofer competitive
wages based on experi-
ence.Please apply: In person:
110 Crerar Bay, by mail: Box
982 Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0,
Email: kirksservice@mymts.
net (49-3)
Minnedosa Service Sta-
tion requires two part-time
cashiers, 12 8 p.m. weekdays
and weekends. Drop resumes
of at station. (47-4)
Uncle Toms Restaurant
will be opening in March and
will be hiring prep cooks,
dishwashers, waitresses and
waiters. Send resume to Un-
cle Toms, Box 111, Neepawa,
MB, R0J 1H0. (50-2x)
Farm Help and part time
truck driver, $25 to $30 per
hour to the right applicant.
Phone 204-865-2335 or 204-
867-7113. Boyd Farms Inc.
(50-3)
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HELP WANTED








Heritage Co-op is presently recruiting for

SEASONAL AGRO HELP
For the upcoming season for our Agro Department in Minnedosa, MB

PIant Operators/Yard Attendants
Applicants must possess a Class 5 Driver's License. Length of employment may vary from 2-6
months.
Tandem Truck Drivers
Applicants must possess a Class 3 w/Air Driver's License. Length of employment may vary
from 2-6 months.

Excellent compensation for a few months of work!

f you would like to join our team, please complete an application form at our Agro location or
send a cover letter and resume to:

EmaiI: a.haywood@heritagecoop.ca
Or maiI to: Box 1050, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
www.heritagecoop.ca
We thank all applicants for their interest, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.









Heritage Co-op EmpIoyment Opportunities

SALES AND AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN
For our Auto Repair Bays Iocated at our Agro Centre in Minnedosa, MB

Reporting directly to the Agro Manager, the Sales & Automotive Technician will be responsible
for basic auto service, tire sales, customer service, scheduling appointments, processing
customer transactions, ordering/receiving, inventory, stocking, merchandising and general
housekeeping duties.

QuaIifications:

Excellent customer service skills
Mechanically inclined
Highly motivated
Strong interpersonal and communication skills

We offer great advancement opportunities, competitive compensation and benefits
package, company matched pension plan and learning/development opportunities.

If you are interested in starting your career with an estabIished and
progressive company, pIease send your cover Ietter and resume to:
a.haywood@heritagecoop.ca

Or mail to: Box 1050, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 Attn: Annette Haywood

www.heritagecoop.ca

We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
The LSRCD is seeking to fll summer positions to begin in May
2014 pending government Iunding
The successIul applicant will be required:.
to be youth aged 15 - 29 years,
to be a Canadian Citizen or legally entitled to work in
Canada,
hold a valid Manitoba drivers` license,
to work within the District Irom the oIfce, which is based
in Oak River,
to be willing to work outdoors and in,
to have knowledge oI a conservation district,
to have some knowledge oI GIS and GPS is preIerred,
to assist with the day-to-day operations within the District,
must be a team player,
have been attending school and returning to school in the
next year.
Working hours will be 40 hours weekly, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Some overtime may be necessary.
Please Iorward resumes by February 28th, 2014 at 4:00 p.m. to
Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District
Box 209, Oak River, Manitoba R0K 1T0
or email to lsrcd.adminmts.net.
Please mark all applications as ~Summer Position.
We thank all who apply however only those chosen
for interviews will be contacted.
Little Saskatchewan River
Conservation District
49-2
Call 204-867-3816
or send payment to Box 930,
Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
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Heritage Co-op is presently recruiting for a

FULL TIME PRODUCE CLERK
For our Minnedosa Produce Department

Duties to include, but not limited to, customer service, stocking,
merchandising, product rotation, product preparation and general
housekeeping duties.
QuaIifications:
Excellent customer service skills
Highly motivated
High sanitation and housekeeping standards
Must be available to work a variety of shifts including days, evenings
and weekends

We offer great advancement opportunities, competitive compensation
and benefits package, company matched pension plan and
learning/development opportunities.

If you are interested in joining our team, pIease send your cover Ietter
and resume to:
a.haywood@heritagecoop.ca

Or mail to: Box 1050, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 Attn: Annette Haywood
www.heritagecoop.ca
We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Province of Manitoba
Summer Employment Opportunity
Manitoba Youth 1ob Centre Program
The Province oI Manitoba and the Minnedosa
Chamber oI Commerce are currently accepting
applications Ior the Manitoba Youth Job Centre Youth
Engagement Leader position.
Term oI employment is Irom May 13-August 22, 2014.
Salary $12.27/hour, 36.25 hours per week. Full job
posting can be viewed at http://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/
youth/services/manitobayouthjobcentres.html
Applicants must be students currently enrolled in a
post-secondary institution; returning to school in the
Iall oI 2014; a resident oI Manitoba; possess a valid
Class 5 driver`s license; and have access to a vehicle.
`Criminal Record & Child Abuse Registry Checks Required`
Please send a cover letter and resume to:
Stacy Andrews
c/o Town of Minnedosa
Box 426
Minnedosa, MB
R01 1E0
sandrewsminnedosa.com
Applications are due Friday, March 7, 2014

Rolling River School Division is accepting
applications for students to work with our
Division in the following areas:
Division Ofce Secretarial Support
(Start Date May)
School Bus Detailer Mechanic Assistant
(Start Date Mid July) Duties Include: performing
school bus washing / detailing and assisting with
minor repairs, be physically capable of performing
manual labour and other duties as per assigned
Applicants must:
must be currently attending and/or
returning to school in the fall 2014
work cooperatively as a team member
have strong interpersonal, organizational
and communication skills
Application deadline is: Friday, February
28th, 2014 at 4 p.m.
Please send a resume stating which job you are
applying for to:
Attention: Doreen Hutton
Rolling River School Division
P.O. Box 1170
Minnedosa, MB ROJ 1EO
Ph: 867-2754
Fax: 867-2037
E-Mail: dhutton@rrsd.mb.ca
(if application is e-mailed, please use MS Word)
The Division thanks all applicants for their interest
in Rolling River School Division. Only those
candidates selected for an
interview will be contacted.
DAYCARE
OBITUARIES
13 The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, February 21, 2014
Arthur William Heesaker
September , - February ,
Peacefully at the Oakview Extendicare on Wednesday,
February 12, 2014 our loving Father, Grandfather and Brother
passed away at the age of 88 years.
He was predeceased by his wife Ila, parents Jake and Mary,
sister Dorothy, and brothers Albert and Ed. He leaves to mourn
in his passing his children Tod (Monica), Michael (Kathy),
David (Madelaine), Valera (Wayne); grandchildren Rory,
Rae, Amber, Jasmine, Kateland, Tomas, Rena, David, Colin,
Brendan and sister Carrie and brother Gene along with many
nieces, nephews, family and friends.
Dad was born on the family farm in Million, MB on September
26, 1925. Dad worked various jobs until he found his passion in
grain elevators where he worked for Manitoba Pool for 40 years.
Upon retiring he and Ila moved to Elie, MB where he spent his
days gardening, bird watching and many a game of cribbage.
Missed are the days Dad showed up with a van full of fresh
produce. Cremation has taken place and at his request a private
celebration of his life will follow at a later date.
In lieu of fowers donations may be made to the Alzheimers
Society, Heart and Stroke Foundation or Ducks Unlimited.
Tomson In the ParK
204-925-1120
Condolences may be sent to www.thomsoninthepark.com
CARD OF
THANKS
MCNA PROVINCE WIDE CLASSIFIEDS
IN MEMORIAM
TENDERS
TENDER
Minnedosa Credit Union Limited
Will be accepting tenders Ior janitorial services Ior the period oI
April 1, 2014 - March 31, 2016.
A detailed description oI janitorial duties and/or a walk through may
be obtained by contacting Susan Glasgow at 204-867-6353.
Tenders may be submitted to:
Minnedosa Credit Union
Att: Susan Glasgow
Box 459 Minnedosa, MB
R0J 1E0
Tenders close March 14, 2014
Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.

TENDER
Tenders will be accepted by the Rural Municipality
of Harrison for their 2014 Road Gravelling Program.
Please submit tenders Ior the Iollowing:
- Crush, load and haul gravel Irom various gravel pits
Tenders to be based on a one year term.
Gravelling program is to be completed no later than
July 15th oI each year, and a penalty oI $100.00 per day
will be charged aIter this date.
Prescribed Iorms which are available at the Municipal
OIfce must be used Ior tendering.
Tenders to be in the hands oI the ChieI Administrative
OIfcer by 5:00 p.m. March 4, 2014 and marked
'Gravel Tender. Lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
Donna Memryk - CMMA
Chief Administrative Ofcer
Phone: (204) 849-2107
Fax: (204) 849-2190
Email: rmharrisinetbiz.ca
R.M. of Harrison
Box 220
Newdale, MB
R01 110

Open Private Daycare:
Monday - Friday from 6:30
a.m. - 11:00 p.m. I have three
spots open. Call Betty at 204-
867-3462 or 204-210-0183 for
more information. Hope to
hear from you soon! (50-4x)
SE 1/4 10-14-17 ap-
proximately 130 acres NE
1/4 3-14-17, Less an acre-
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one who planned and helped
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girl! Tanks again. ~Ryan,
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Tank you to the
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for their devoted care and the
understanding shown to Har-
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who spent time with Harry,
visiting and playing crib. Also
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Dowall who was a faithful
visitor giving encouragement
and support. We also thank
him for the comforting words
at the funeral service. Tanks
to the ladies of St. Marks An-
glican church for serving the
lunch following the funeral,
and to the Legion Members
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Harland Family (x)
In Loving Memory of

Dwight (Coldwater)
Johnson

You have been away for two


years and it seems just like
yesterday when you left us. We
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know that you are in a much
better place where there is
unlimited mercy and love, so
we couldnt wish you back to
this life. We look forward to
meeting you again very soon.
Love from Joyce, Diane, Lois
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your CPR buddies.

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ACCOUNTING
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Fax 867-5808
116 Main St. S.
Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
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nd
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37 - 3RD AVE. SW, MINNEDOSA
Cozy bungalow near downtown.
Updated bathroom.
523 MINNEDOSAST., NEWDALE
This 3 bedroom charmer still has
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high ceilings, crown moldings, wide
baseboards and original doors. Built
in 1926, the home is very solid and is
in excellent condition.
176 - 5TH AVE. SW, MINNEDOSA
This 2 bedroom, 2 bath home has
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128 - 1ST AVE. NW, MINNEDOSA
Great starter home near school!
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updated since 2008. Main foor
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39 - 3RD AVE. SW, MINNEDOSA
Spacious 1,040 square Ioot 2 bedroom
bungalow close to downtown. The
large eat-in kitchen leads to the 'L
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Iamily or Iriends. Finished basement
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on main and 3 piece in basement.
Double detached garage.
275 - 4TH ST. SW, MINNEDOSA
Two bedroom bungalow home in
good location. Home has 2 bedroom
on main foor plus small oIfce. House
is needing work, but will be a good
investment Ior the right handyman.
Gwen Usick
Broker Realtor
Ph: 867-4657
Fax: 867-2150
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andOperated
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Strathclair
200620Ioot wideSilverwood
well maintained3bedroom, 2
bathmobilehome. Features large
Ioyer entrance, largemaster with
ensuite&walkincloset. Open
concept withcatherdal ceiling, oak
cabinets. Deckis 12`x65`, lot is
70.40`x200`, includes 8`x10`shed,
8`x6`greenhousemapletrees &
ornamental shrubs.
MLS#1400387
Minnedosa
Updated 2 bdmbungalowhas
second kitchen in basement.
Numerous recent renos include
windows, kitchen,
bathroom, ceiling, ceramic &
hardwood fooring, garden
doors, deck to
mention a Iew. Single car
garage, carport, greenhouse &
large vegetable garden.
MLS#1325098
Minnedosa
Brandnewnever livedin2
bedroom1.5bathcondowith2x6
walls, wall unit air conditioner,
HRV, electricheat &insuite
laundry. Openconcept kitchen,
dining&livingroomwithdoor
topatio. Features 9It ceilings,
laminate&vinyl Ilooring, island,
SamsungSSappliances.Attached
insulatedsinglecar garage.
MLS#1324406
Minnedosa
HighlysuccessIul machineshed
inMinnedosaservesalarge
cliental. BusinessisoIIeredIor
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a40`x60`buildingconstructed
oI 6wallswithmetal siding
&rooI, 12`ceilings, large
slidingdoorsat eachendand
cement Iloor.
MLS#1304033
Shoal Lake
1196sqIt 3bedroom, 2bath
home oncorner lot. numerous
recent upgrades include
kitchen, fooring, siding11,
windows, doors, insulation,
Iasia, soIft, eaves, shingles,
plumbing(maniIold), electrical
with200ampservice,
24`x11.10deckplus much,
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Ryan Marnock
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Renovations Repairs
TAG
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All Jobs, Roofing,
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General Repairs and
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Contact
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Box 325
Minnedosa, MB
BDO
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Minnedosa 867-2957
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Monday - Friday
9 a.m. to 12 noon &
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LEGAL
Alexander
Jackson
Law Office
B-116 Main St S
Minnedosa, MB
867-3981
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SI MS & COMPANY
Law Offc e
Norman H. Si ms, Q. C.
76 Mai n Street South
MI NNEDOSA 867-2717
HANDYMAN
REAL ESTATE
Burgess Law
Office
51 Main Street S
Minnedosa
867-2935
burglaw@mts.net
FINANCE INSURANCE
Drivers Licenses, Autopac
General Insurance
Bruce McNabb & Dave McDonald
867-3946
MINNEDOSA
INSURANCE SERVICES
WAHOSKI
MECHANICAL LTD.
PLUMBING
HEATING
GAS FITTING
AIR CONDITIONING
204-867-3121
or
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ph: 867-2084
cell: 867-0346
SERVICES
T A C
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Management &
Contracting
(204)476-0002
Garbage Removal
Bin Rentals
Construction Demolition
Renovating
Household clean up
Estate clean ups
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204-867-6367
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204-867-6352
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204-867-6361
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Meetings held at
Minnedosa Hospital Boardroom
every 2nd Tuesday of the month
at 6:30 p.m. For more info call:
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Connie Finlay 867-2556
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67 Main St. 67 Main St.
St. Alphonsus
Catholic Church
142 4th St, NW.
Minnedosa, MB 867-3831
Mass Sunday 9:00 a.m.
142 4th St, NW.
Minnedosa, MB 867-3831
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Donations
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Drug Problem?
Narcotics
Anonymous can help
Meetings every
Tuesday &
Saturday at 7 p.m.
at Calvary Temple,
221 Hamilton Street,
Neepawa, MB
Lakeside
Septic Service
Potable water
delivery.
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Small tool rentals.
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Phone/Text 867-5444


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Sidewalk Clearing
Roof Raking
Small Branch Trimming
Yard Clean Up
Hauling
Other Odd Jobs

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(204) 476-4705
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RAINKE'S
Sewage Service
JIM BEAUMONT
476-2483
Owner/Operator
Cell: 476-6591
Dennis: 476-2766
23 Hour Service
RANKIES
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- Committed to Caring -
Phone (204) 857-6100
Fax (204) 857-8389
cpccs@centralplainscancercare.com
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SEPTIC
PLUMBING
MLA
LEANNE ROWAT, M.L.A.
Minnedosa
114 Main St. S.
Ofce Hours
Constituency
Ph: (204) 867-2297
Fax: (204) 867-3641
Winnipeg
Ph: (204) 945-0258
Fax: (204) 945-5921
Mon. - Fri.
9:00 - 5:00
Riding Mountain Constituency
8000 ll
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08ll
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00ll. Z04888088
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Box 1195, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
Ty urton
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PLUMBING & HEATING
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GROCERY
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Habitant pea soup asstd .......................796ml... 4/$5.00
PCDecadent cookies asstd .................................................. 300gr ............. $1.99
Beneful dry dog food-beef .........................8kg .... $18.99
Cesar dog entrees asstd ......................................................... 100gr ..........5/$4.00
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Milkbone treats asstd ..................................................... 800-900gr.............. $3.99
Whiskas dry cat food-meaty selections ................................... 2kg ............... 7.29
Whiskas Temptations asstd .................................................... 85gr ..........2/$3.00
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PC salad dressing asstd ...................................................... 475ml ............. $1.99
PCgranola bars asstd .................................................... 618-675gr ............. $4.99
Special K original .................................. 405gr ...... $3.99
Special K cracker chips asstd ................................................ 113gr ............. $2.99
Kashi Chewy granola bars - mocha almond ....................... 210gr ............. $2.99
PCcranberry cocktail asstd .................... 1.89lt ........$3.79
Del Monte fruit asstd ............................................................ 398ml ............. $1.99
Motts Fruitsations applesauce asstd .................................6x111gr ............. $1.99
Kraft BBQ sauce asstd ......................... 455ml ...... $1.99
NNground cofee asstd ....................... 300gr ...... $2.99
Classico pasta sauce asstd ................................................... 650ml ............. $2.99
Uncle Bens Fast & Fancy rice asstd. .................................... 165gr ............. $0.99
Vachon Granny buttertarts ................................................... 688gr ............. $6.99
Dairyland Milk 2Go - chocolate ................. 500ml .. 2/$3.00
Sale Dates:
FEB 21 - FEB 27
(STARTS FRI 9:00 A.M. - ENDS THURS 9:00 P.M.)

FROZEN FOODS
HL cod fllets .......................................................................... 400gr ............. $6.99
Michelinas frozen entrees asstd .......... 227-284gr ...... $1.19
PC Woodfred pizzas asstd .................................................. 410gr ............. $4.99
Minute Maid orange juice asstd .......... 295ml ...... $0.99
NN wafes asstd .................................. 280gr .. 2/$3.00
BAKERY
MEATS
Chicken thighs or drumsticks, fresh .................... $2.99/lb
Mitchells BBQ style wieners ..................................................... 1kg ............. $5.99
Lean ground beeI, club pack ....................................................................... $3.49/lb
Pork loin chops centre cut, boneless................. $3.29/lb
Pork loin roast rib end, boneless ...................... $2.99/lb
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PC mozzarella cheese sticks ............................................... 454gr ............. $8.99
Janes Natural Goodness chicken strips ............................... 700gr ........... $12.99
Ziggys ham, honey or black forest ..............$1.29/100gr
PRODUCE
ROGERS WHITE SUGAR 4KG $4.99
Romaine Lettuce ........................................................................................... $1.49
Clementine Oranges .................................. 3lb ...... $3.99
Red, Orange or Yellow Peppers .............................................................. $2.99/lb
FM Russet Potatoes ................................. 10lb ...... $3.99
Yellow Onions ............................................................................ 3lb ............. $1.69
DItaliano bread asstd ........................................................... 675gr ............. $2.99
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OPEN 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM, 7 DAYS A WEEK
70 Main Street South, Minnedosa 867-2821
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570GR 3/$4.98
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