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All the proceeds from the sale go back to the Rotary Club to allow them to support local projects and organizations, as well as international humanitarian efforts. We have mostly recovered and we are both very thankful. Generally speaking, our health care system is amazing. Sometimes we have delays, especially compared to the United States, but nonetheless, we have an amazing system. That improvement is the need for greater adoption of having every patient have an advocate.

The health care system is great but it can be difficult to work your way through without somebody along side, be it an extra pair of hands, an extra set of eyes and ears. Especially with a multi-hospital situation and so many staff and shifts, patient details often get missed, usually no big stuff but things get missed. Every parent needs a caring advocate. Could be a spouse, a sibling, a parent or a volunteer, but it needs to happen. COVID rules and precautions might have been well-intentioned but the results have been far from good.

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It was delightful to hang the laundry on the line on a spring, summer, or fall day, not so much in winter. In winter stiff garments were carefully unpinned from the wash line, carried indoors and draped over chairs and tables until they thawed enough to bend and hang properly. As I dump a load into my washer, set the dial for the desired results, and walk away, I remember. I choose to line dry most of all the washing, using a fluff cycle to soften them.

Outside lines as often as possible, the clothes horse inside when necessary. As I remember I give thanks. The dishwasher is another appliance where I murmur, je me souviens. The first dish washing machine I recall was mom at the table, using plastic basins, one for washing and one for rinsing the dishes. The drying rack was a towel on the table beside the basins, for the dryer was a child trying to keep up with the constant flow of dishes through the wash and rinse cycle. That water, too, was heated on the stove, and dumped into a bucket for a disposal outside.

 
 

 

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Cancer is the leading cause of death in Canada and is responsible for Neepawa, MB. R0J 1H0 P: F: info taylorlawpatersons. The decline of mortality rate for lung cancer is now comparable between sexes for the first time since.

Limit one per customer, per visit. Jamie Denbow, chair of the Titans On-Side Committee, which organized the event, said that the night went fantastically. Here, Gauthier and Campbell have a little fun and exchange the gold medal and the championship ring for a little bit.

Neepawa on board with FoodCycler project households can participate in food waste reduction program. On Tuesday, Apr. The FoodCycler is about the size of a bread maker and able to compost food, reducing its weight and volume by up to 90 per cent. That would keep large portions of unused food out of landfills. On average, about 50 percent of household waste is composed of food waste.

Potentially, the use of a Food Cycler could reduce trash tonnage, extending the life of a community landfill or reducing local hauling and tipping fees. A typical cycle takes between hours for the food waste to become completely dehydrated and. Because the FoodCycler pulverizes and aerates the organic matter as it breaks down, methane gases are not released at all. Other communities also onboard Currently, there are 33 other communities across Canada that have agreed to similar pilot programs with Food Cycle Science.

The program sees households agree to using the FoodCycler for a 12 week period. Residents who sign up to participate would receive a subsidized unit and will track their usage over those three months. After several discussions and further research into the technology, chief administrative officer Colleen Synchyshyn stated.

Upon learning more about the technology, council agreed with the administration, that pursuing a partnership with Food Cycle Science was worth their time and effort.

In total, FoodCycler units will be part of the pilot program in Neepawa, which would begin on Sept. As well, 10 additional appliances will also be purchased for distribution at local schools or assisted living facilities. Any households interested in participating can contact the Town on this project at a later date.

Sign up information will be made public sometime in the late spring or early summer. Bed bugs were then discovered in his room.

According to Tazz, the front desk was notified, along with a few Winnipeg Blue Bombers who were also in Neepawa for the dinner. Bed bugs were reportedly found on the carpet, curtains and beds of three of those four rooms. Contact with the man-. Tazz noted on his social media account that he was dissatisfied with the overall response, including the observed continuation of checking in guests while the situation was being addressed on Apr.

The incident has been reported to Manitoba Health so it can be dealt with. We have had guests stay there many times. HOME with large 40×56 shop. Our circulation goes from west of Minnedosa to east of Westbourne, north of Ste. Rose and south of Carberry! Advertise with us to get your listings all over the area! The construction of Minnedosa brand new arena has been moving along at a steady pace. While there is much more to be done, the sight is likely to instill excitement within sports enthusiasts.

The annual Used Book Sale will be taking place this year from May 3 to 5, running from pm to pm each day. An array of used books will soon be made available with the cooperation of donors and the Neepawa Rotary Club. This year will see a change of venue for the.

Notice: Due to unforseen circumstances, the NACTV television schedule was not available and could not being featured this week. NACTV and the paper appreciate your understanding at this time. Book Sale. Church Christian Education Centre. Newton explained that a major factor in the change has to do with. With the setup of the arena, they. He added that the other benefit to using the arena is that there is more space. Not only will the larger space allow them to put more books out on display, but it will allow shoppers to be able to be spread farther apart.

Newton noted that he hopes they can match or sur pass that amount this year. All the proceeds from the sale go back to the Rotary Club to allow them to support local projects and organizations, as well as international humanitarian efforts. We have mostly recovered and we are both very thankful. Generally speaking, our health care system is amazing.

Sometimes we have delays, especially compared to the United States, but nonetheless, we have an amazing system. That improvement is the need for greater adoption of having every patient have an advocate. The health care system is great but it can be difficult to work your way through without somebody along side, be it an extra pair of hands, an extra set of eyes and ears. Especially with a multi-hospital situation and so many staff and shifts, patient details often get missed, usually no big stuff but things get missed.

Every parent needs a caring advocate. Could be a spouse, a sibling, a parent or a volunteer, but it needs to happen. COVID rules and precautions might have been well-intentioned but the results have been far from good. He tested positive for neepawa. Even with these precautions, no visitors were allowed. The family was prepared to have someone be with him 24 hours a day and limit visitors to two and only one at a time.

It has to happen along with rules that make more sense. There is another thing we are thankful for and that is Good Friday and all it stands for. Jesus was born and we celebrate that at Christmas time. But today is Good Friday and,. Not allowed. Nobody in the health care system wished this situation on anyone. Nobody maliciously set out to cause harm with bad rules but it happened.

Having care home resident or hospital patient advocates is a must. It would make for better care, better results and take stress of the employ-.

Jesus is often also spoken of as an Advocate. We need an advocate in health care to help people make their way through. Fortunately, Jesus is more than willing to be our Advocate from birth to death and beyond for each of us but Jesus also instructs us be advocates for each other. We must never lose sight of that, especially in health care. I am not certain what it is that the citizens of that province are called to remember but the phrase flows easily on laundry day or when I am placing the dishes in the dishwasher.

I remember. I remember when the water was pumped into buckets, poured into pots on the stove and heated for laundry day. I remember melting snow for washing in winter. I was always amazed that that white snow had so many dirt particles that settled out when melted. The earliest washing machine I recall was electrically operated, not by a stationary engine — I have pictures of my grandmother using one of those.

The water was poured into the tub, hot as possible for the whites, soap added, and the agitator engaged. The wringer was effective, and woe to the one who lost concentration and allowed the fabric to wrap around the hard rubber rollers rather than flow through. A long handled wooden spoon made removing garments from scalding water doable. Some folks had a rinse tub into which the clothes fell from the wringer, others had a surface on which they were placed until all the washing was done and the machine filled with rinse water.

Each load entering the washtub was progressively darker in colour, and usually, dirtier. The last load the overalls or overalls, the chore duds. The water was drained into buckets, and, in our early years, carried upstairs and dumped outside. It was delightful to hang the laundry on the line on a spring, summer, or fall day, not so much in winter.

In winter stiff garments were carefully unpinned from the wash line, carried indoors and draped over chairs and tables until they thawed enough to bend and hang properly. As I dump a load into my washer, set the dial for the desired results, and walk away, I remember. I choose to line dry most of all the washing, using a fluff cycle to soften them. Outside lines as often as possible, the clothes horse inside when necessary.

As I remember I give thanks. The dishwasher is another appliance where I murmur, je me souviens. The first dish washing machine I recall was mom at the table, using plastic basins, one for washing and one for rinsing the dishes. The drying rack was a towel on the table beside the basins, for the dryer was a child trying to keep up with the constant flow of dishes through the wash and rinse cycle.

That water, too, was heated on the stove, and dumped into a bucket for a disposal outside. Man, I recall how quickly the water cooled, how again, one washed the least dirty first and progressed to the pots and pans. Grunge water at the end, greasy film, yucky. Water carried in and out was respected. Now, after several days, and a count of how many cereal bowls are still clean in the cupboard, I reorganise the dishwasher, press a button, and walk away.

Je me souviens. Extrapolate that to showers and baths! Such submissions, if printed, will appear at the discretion of the editor or publisher and only when time and space permit.

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We in Canada have another 15 days before our tax returns are due. April 30 will be here long before we know it. For most of my working life, I have completed my own tax returns. I use computer software that checks my return for mistakes.

While using computer software has made this task much easier, it is still an agonizing process. Keeping up with the changes and figuring out how they apply to me and my family is an on-going challenge. And when one has income from multiple sources, as I do, each source of income must be properly identified and accompanied by the required paperwork;.

We think about what Jesus had to endure. He knew that He wanted to obey His Father. Many do not speak the language of the country they ended up. Why is there so much anger and cruelness in the world.

Why can we not enjoy the freedom that. Christ has giving us? By giving His life for us. Let us uplift each other and prepare our self for the biggest celebration that is coming and available for each one of us Jesus endured the cross for you,and me. When the Lord will set us free, we will be free indeed. Neil Strohschein making the process even more agonizing. So, I prepare my tax returns using the same process I use with these columns. I spend most of one day entering data for my own return and for those of my wife and stepson.

Then after checking everything over, I wait two or three days before giving them a final review, signing and submitting them to Revenue Canada. When this glitch was discovered, most of the T-Slips had been printed and were ready to mail.

The mistake had to be corrected which it was and the slips. Mine arrived at the end of March. So now the agony begins. I hope it will be replaced by ecstasy, in the form of a sizable refund of amounts deducted at source; but nothing is guaranteed at this point. I will be the first to admit that paying taxes ranks near the bottom of things I enjoy doing. But over the past few years, my views on taxes and paying them have changed a lot. Personally, I like to think of the taxes I pay as the cost.

Some costs are paid directly; as when we pay a merchant for products we purchase. Others, like the rent we pay on a house, apartment or piece of equipment, are paid indirectly. A portion of our rent goes to pay the cost of building or buying the item we are renting. The remaining costs are paid in partnership with all Canadians; through federal, provincial and municipal taxes.

And it forces us to examine the relationship that should exist between people of faith and governments in all periods of history. You and I will do that-beginning next week. I think also of the people. The Grade 1 class for at Gladstone School. The unnamed individuals may be Geo. Scott, Bernie Larsen and Leon Kondratuk. The bill permits news publishers to negotiate collectively with digital platforms and services, backed up by the teeth of baseball-style final offer arbitration. Have lots of opinions?

In person: Mountain Ave. Neepawa By fax: By email: news neepawabanner. When the prairies were being settled, it was the European immigrants who proved to be the best settlers for the challenging Prairies because of their familiarity with agriculture, rural lifestyles, and harsh climates.

The largest immigrant groups were who we now call Ukrainians. They kept their beautiful traditions of faith, song, dance and food alive in their new country. These honoured customs played an important part of our prairie heritage. One traditional custom is the blessing of the Easter basket of special foods, each food having a biblical and symbolic meaning.

The basket with its beautiful embroidered cloth contains the essentials for Easter breakfast. The traditional Paska had lovely dough patterns on them. The raw yeast dough is twisted into religious symbols such as crosses and placed on the bread, to be baked together. An egg wash is used on them to give them a lovely shiny look. Tradition has it that when the baker of the Paska is making the bread that their thoughts must be kept pure. Babka is a sweeter, softer Easter bread that contains raisins and often dried mixed fruits.

The word Babka is diminutive for a Baba, a Ukrainian grandmother. It is baked in tall cylinder loaf tins. I use tomato juice or coffee cans to bake mine. Khrystos voskres!

Voistynu Voskres! Indeed He is risen! Wishing you Easter Blessings of love, hope, peace and good health to you and your family. Sprinkle in yeast. Allow to sit for 10 minutes, until bubbly. In a stand mixer, beat the eggs and yolks until fluffy. Add the sugar gradually. Add the butter and continue to mix until well incorporated. Add juice, zest, and salt to the mixture, mix until combined.

Add the milk and mix until smooth. Add 4 cups of flour, combine well and then stir in the yeast mix. Slowly add more flour until the bread dough comes together. It should be only slightly sticky to the touch and not too dry. Turn dough out onto a floured surface, and knead for a minutes.

Dough should be smooth, elastic, and no longer too sticky. Put dough into a lightly greased bowl, lightly grease the top and cover with a clean tea towel. Let rise in a warm place until doubled in size, about 1 hour. Once doubled, knead down and add the raisins and mixed fruit. Allow to rise another hour. Grease tall tins or round deep dishes. They will rise a lot. Let rise in a warm place until the dough barely reaches the top of your cans or dishes, about 30 minutes.

Baking time will vary on the size of your baking container. Cool Babka for minutes, then gently remove from pans and transfer to a wire rack to continue cooling. Once the bread is cooled make the glaze. In a medium bowl, whisk together the icing sugar with lemon juice. Pour the glaze over each bread. Sprinkle on the sprinkles before the glaze sets.

Pictured above are students from Grade 1 and 2 of the Gladstone Public School for the class of This was the class of for Grades 4 and 5 at the Gladstone School. Dauphin, MB. The 12th Manitoba Dragoons had come to Neepawa in late , starting the first of four rounds of survival training courses. Several re-designations followed in the years after the amalgamation until it was transferred on Dec.

The Dragoons were. Pictured top left: Militia trainee Trooper D. Forsythe receives a few pointers from instructor Cpl. Both basic and survival training was being taught in the six-week courses. This photo was taken in November, Pictured top right and bottom left: Some of the individuals who participated in the training exercises.. Fifty such trainees were inspected and congratulated at a graduation drill and march past held in the airport armouries Thursday morning… Part of a nation-wide five-day-a-week training program, three more such courses will be held at the beginning of the new year,.

Substituting for the absent colonel, former army major Jack Graves of McCreary, one of the men currently interested in forming a militia unit there, inspected the ranks and took the salute in the march past… More than 40 men were to receive their graduation certificates and their final pay in a mustering out parade. For many, however, it will not be an end to military disciplines— 16 have applied to enrol in the local squadron of the Twelfth Manitoba Dragoons and another seeks to enrol in the regular army.

Constituency Office B Dennis St. John Kerr of Neepawa. Thirtysix men qualified for training in the McCreary troop and another 35 are training at Neepawa… The special courses have consistently attracted large numbers of recruits since they started in Neepawa last fall.

Squadron of the Twelfth Manitoba Dragoons. The McCrear y unit was inspected Wednesday morning by Lt. Lilley, assistant adjutant and quarter-mastergeneral for the Manitoba Area. The Neepawa unit was inspected Thursday morning by Lt.

Innes, commanding officer of Target Area H. One dropped out for medical reasons and the other four were called back to their regular civilian jobs. M ayor Homer Gi l l said he recently received verbal assurances from the owner, Harold Ishenberg, that the land was available without charge if the town would maintain it as an undeveloped green area… The land involved is bordered by Highway 16 on the south, Hamilton Street on the north and the Golf Course road on the east.

To the west is a smaller parcel. The Neepawa Creek and Whitemud River join at the north end of the property,. Evelynne Eirickson attended the 35th anniversary banquet of the Neepawa O. The writer seemed to think this picture and the. Since when is vandalism funny? Note: This was a brief excerpt from a Letter to the Editor. Harold Ishenberg said he has owned the land about 20 years. To his knowledge, it has never been cultivated. See harvest the grain story on Page B2.

Kelwood: W. Wood went to Cordova on Wednesday, where he will work on the C. The funeral service was held in St. James Anglican Church, Neepawa, Apr. Edgar H. Hyett officiating. Burial was in Riverside cemetery… Mr.

Gilroy was born in Ireland and received his education there. He came to Canada in and, after four years residence at Owen Sound, Ont. He resided here for four years before moving to Oak Leaf district, where he farmed for some years.

He retired in He married Margaret E. Campbell at Neepawa in His wife predeceased him in Gilroy was a veteran of the North-West Rebellion, serving with the 90th Battalion. He was a member of the local branch of the Canadian Legion and was a member of the Orange Lodge for 63 years. During his lifetime Mr.

Gilroy took an active part in hunting and fishing. Missing from the photo is Pearl Jackson. There it will stand for years, the silent but eloquent embodiment of a great sacrifice, of deep sorrows and victory. It will be something of which Neepawa need not be ashamed.

It speaks to us of all those who died. It will be unveiled perhaps on May the 24th. There will be speeches, eloquent and touching.

Let us act towards those who went over to that land of terrible experiences and laid down their lives at the call of country, in such a manner that we will not be guilty of turning praise into mockery. Calvin was in the far east with his Canadian Navy Ship. A picture of the visiting Canadian war ships appeared in a Hong Kong newspaper dated Apr.

Dick had visited Hong Kong to get married but, owing to immigration regulations, he was unable to bring his wife back to Canada with him at this time. He is hoping to make the necessary arrangements soon. It raced up Mountain Avenue and down Hamilton Street, turning into the Rutledge livery barn yard, out again to the street and on down the hill, being eventually captured with nothing but the harness attached.

A lady coming up the street was struck by the falling post and the buggy wheel passed over her foot. There were other very narrow escapes. Cheetham came to Canada in and in May of the same year went into the employ of the Northern Pacific Railway. In he was made roadmaster and held that same position in the Neepawa district until when he retired. Politicians draw their salaries from money that has been taken from the people in the form of taxes and service fees.

Preachers draw their salaries from money that has been donated by people who want to help the work done by a church, a home ministry or a foreign missionary society survive and thrive; especially amid the uncertainties caused by the pandemic and other world issues. Those who work in government or for charitable societies are entitled to a just and fair wage for the work that they do. But they must be always alert and resist the urge to live extravagantly at the expense of taxpayers or donors who, to pay their taxes or donate to a charity, must use funds that would otherwise help pay for the food, clothing and shelter they desperately need.

We who pay their salaries have every right to expect this standard of conduct from all of them. When I want to get ready, I find my shoes that I can just step in, no laces to tie, go sit down. Thankfulness and love wells up. My daughter and my great grandson came. He even hung the picture straight on the wall. Thank you for your help, little man and thank you, Lord, for giving me children to love and to be loved.

When I see the children getting ready to. School photo mystery solved too quickly! Before we even had a chance to publish the photo, Smith contacted the office again three days later saying he had already identified the school in question.

It turns out that the picture is of Edna School, in the Minnedosa area. More Canadian fossil fuels is not the answer I am very concerned about stories in our news media that state that more Canadian fossil fuels will help Europe break up with Russian oil. I seldom write letters to the editor, but this is one time, I feel I must. More fossil fuel expansion guarantees more years of climate destruction that will harm us all.

Germany has a plan to speed up renewable energy— wind and solar— projects. The European Commission has released a plan to increase renewable energy and energy efficiency.

Energy security is not possible without a transition away from fossil fuels. We could and should put Canadians to work with good jobs in the renewable energy sector, both here and abroad. Hildegard Vickers Waldersee, MB. Would you like to send in a letter to the editor? Email news neepawabanner. Murray Antoniuk Plumas, MB. Would you like to send a thumbs up or thumbs down to an individual or group in the community?

Please send it our way. Submissions must include a name and must be under words. We want to hear from you! In person: Mountain Ave. Neepawa By fax: By email: news neepawabanner. Our first roads in Manitoba were the trails used by the Indigenous peoples. Then came the rutted trails of the Red River carts with the fur trade. Many new trails were created to connect major trading posts or forts of the North-West Mounted Police.

Soon, formal trails used for horse-driven wagons emerged during European settlement. In , when the Province of Manitoba was created, there were miles of trails within the province. The building of the railway opened up the country to allow more and faster transportation. Roads were mainly used for local transportation, linking settlers with their nearest town and grain handling facilities.

These dirt roads the farmers travelled on to get their grain to an elevator were often mired in mud and quite impassable during parts of the year. If conditions were good, most farmers could travel 10 miles round trip in a day with their horses and wagon to load, haul their grain, pick up supplies and return home in time to do chores.

During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, most road building and maintenance was done by horse-drawn equipment. After the spring seeding, the farmers and their horses were free for a time, so they often joined the road construction. By horse power and hand power shovels , men worked hard at maintaining the old roads, putting in culverts and bridges and building new roads.

As soon as noon came, they knew it was break time and even if the men had a few minutes work left before lunch, the mules stopped their work and headed to the place where their hay and water was. As cars became more popular and plentiful, good roads associations led the crusade for improved road travel, and expenditures on roads by all levels of governments tripled.

Technology for building roads improved as horse-drawn scrapers and graders gave way to steam and gas power crawlers, graders and rollers. This project took many more years to complete than the railway. This recipe comes from a cook book; the era of road building with horses. Cream butter and sugar together until light and fluffy. Add the egg and beat well. Add the baking powder and salt to the flour. Add the flour alternately with the milk, ending with the flour.

Stir in the orange rind, walnuts and dates. Dissolve the soda in the water and add last. Put the cake in a lightly greased 9×13 inch pan and bake for minutes or until toothpick inserted in the centre comes out clean.

While the cake is cooking, stir the orange juice and sugar together. After removing the cake from the oven, pour the orange juice and sugar mixture on the cake. Cool and enjoy. During the week of Mar. All parties were spoken to and there were no further concerns. Police were dispatched to an abandoned call in Neepawa. Police attended and spoke to the home owner who reported they were having phone line issues.

There were no signs of concern. Police responded to a motor vehicle collision in the RM of North Cypress-Langford, where a vehicle hit the ditch and became stuck. There were no injuries and the driver passed an alcohol screening test. The vehicle was towed the next morning. The suspect vehicle was pulled over and the driver was given an alcohol screening test, which resulted in a zero. Police received a report of assault that occurred in a vehicle while travelling in the RM of North Cypress-Langford; the matter is still under investigation.

One person was arrested, charged and released with a future court appearance. Police responded to a report of attempted fraud in Minnedosa. Luckily, the fraud was noticed before the victim lost any money.

The matter is still being investigated. The area was patrolled for the suspect vehicle, but it was not located. There was insufficient evidence to proceed further. Police were able to get ahold of the caller who reported being threatened by a family member.

The complainant later recanted their report and did not want charges pressed. Police responded to a commercial alarm in Minnedosa that was later determined to be accidental.

Police got in contact with the caller, who stated another resident of the household was in medical distress and needed assistance. Police and EMS arrived and one person was transported to the hospital for care. RCMP conducted three traffic enforcement actions during this reporting period. Public service announcement If you have any information about these crimes or any other crimes, please contact your local RCMP Office or Crimestoppers at We request that you contact each detachment at Neepawa or Minnedosa to inquire about criminal record checks or to file a report.

Leave a message if needed and it will be checked the following business day. Do not leave a message if you require immediate police assistance. You must dial Neepawa , Minnedosa or to have a police officer respond to you promptly. Constituency Office B Dennis St. Curling events The Legion Bonspiel concluded with Legion president Fokko Buurma doing the presentations to the three event winners. Instructor, Pam Robins, wrapped up her popular Junior Curling program for the year. Back row: Safi Gaudet, Briar Renwick.

Pictured above is the Junior Curling program participants. Front row: Sydney Sheppard. Reynolds, Gemma Mcleod and Sydney Sheppard. Championship Mar. In the Shamrock Centre Sunday, Mar. It was at the end of two periods and the final frame was scoreless. Trey Dickson and Kaelan Waldner dented the twine for the Wildcats. Replying for the Raiders were Kyle.

In Glenboro Monday, Mar. However, it was for the visitors after the second period and they added three more in the final eight minutes of the match. With Killarney up after two periods, the Trojans were able to tie things up in the third period to send the game to overtime.

In overtime, the Trojans scored the winning goal to win the game and win the league championship. This marked the end of a successful season for the Wildcats who reached the semi-finals of the 18 team Westman League and helped head coach Corey Forbes celebrate his th game with the team.

Rose du Lac: A practical seasonable joke was played on the members of the amusement committee on Apr. For a while, the law of the land was hotly discussed and condemned on street corners and in business places and homes.

Observer Ben Cook, of R. Cook, has been promoted to a Navigational Instructor, somewhere in England. Bro okd a le: M r.

Goddard received word of the death of his brother T homas in Slough, Buckingham, England. He was a veteran and served in India, Africa and the Great War of Marsh, to bid her farewell as she left the following Wednesday to take up her duties with the W. Henry Baker, aged 23, a wireless operator air gunner with the R.

A new thorn in the side of the German Air Force, the squadron is exactly what its name implies. It shadows enemy airdromes and attacks aircraft as they come in to land.

The unit, one of the news Canadian squadrons to be formed, is based at an aerodrome which was heavily bombed during the Battle of Britain and the young airmen are anxious to even the score. Baker is a Neepawa boy. Tiger Moth planes will be used for training. All personnel of the school is R. Instruction will be to pupil pilots direct from ground schools in Britain.

Officer commanding the school is Wing Commander H. Black, A. In , he was posted to an elementary t ra i n i ng squad ron i n Scotland. Other senior off icers are: Squadron Leader L. Hansen, chief f lying instructor; S. Gamble, chief ground instructor; Flight-Lieut. Brett, adjutant; SL. Blake, engineer officer. All arrived from overseas in the month of March. The local hospital administrative committee announced her resignation Wednesday and said it was accepted with profound regret.

The Neepawa Press staff met Saturday evening at the home of Mr. Alex Dmytruk, Brown Ave. Jones has accepted a position as Blue Cross district supervisor. Born in Poland, she came to Canada 55 years ago, residing at Neepawa for 25 years before moving to Brandon 30 years ago. She was predeceased by her husband, Vincent. A r d e n : Two r i n k s journeyed to Birnie last Friday night in quest of the Hobberlin Cup but were unsuccessful in winning.

Bud Olson announced Mar. The huge steel tank may reach the top of the concrete tower as early as Thursday, Apr. Representing the Central Manitoba zone in the open mixed team, with no handicap, will be Sherry a nd L aw rence. T hey obtained their place on the team after participating in a sixteen game zone final earlier in the season.

Len will represent the Central Manitoba zone in the Classic Mixed team, handicap section. Len participated in an eight game zone final and from that event was selected to advance to provincial competition. Congratulations and good luck. Nee paw a volu nteer firemen bid farewell last week to four long-standing members of the brigade, including chief A lban Guillas.

Contributions of the four, Chief Guillas, Jim Clarke, Doug Forsman and Barry Carver, were recognized at an informal farewell after their last regular fire practice Wednesday evening, Mar. A b out 2 0 0 p e o ple attended the farewell, including f iremen from Portage, Carberry, Plumas and Eden. The entire town was without water Monday after a leak in the water tower flooded the basement of the water treatment plant— shorting pumps and electrical systems— late Sunday night… [Neepawa CAO Scott] Spicer said it appears a pressure gauge at the water tower ma l f u nct ioned, allowing a valve to open and spill at least 80, gallons of water into the treatment plant.

Fresh water was also made available for home use at a distribution centre at the Co-op parking lot. These photos of the Park Lake bridge construction project were taken via drone on Mar. The crew will steadily be working towards completion of the new bridge as the weeks go by. The scam in question was via a phone call in which the caller claims to be working with Amazon. The caller also states that they wish to give you a refund. A common one right now, with it being tax season, are scams with people claiming to be from the Canada Revenue Agency.

Do not hesitate to call us to verify whether or not we were calling you. Extra caution should also be taken if any links are involved. To assist with keeping up to date on potential scams, Argue recommended the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre.

The centre has services and information such as lists of known scams, which can be sorted alphabetically, by delivery method, or whether it is affecting individuals or businesses; further details on how you can protect yourself, more information on fraud features and how to report a scam or fraud. Scams and frauds can be reported to the AntiFraud Centre either online through their website, or by calling their toll-free number from Monday to Friday between a.

Eastern time. As of Feb. Box , Hamilton St. Neepawa, MB. She approached me about doing something for Ukraine. A group of concerned community members asked for a public hearing so that in addition to our concerns being heard, we might ask questions in regards to this specific application and the water allocation process in general.

Below is an open letter to Minister Wharton. Yes, you have heard opinions from our local farmers, livestock producers, neighbours, municipal government representatives and multi generational families who know the area well. What we have not had, is the opportunity to ask questions of your department heads and for those same department heads to clarify any issues related to this specific application as well as water allocation in general.

Recently the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report suggested that The scientific evidence is unequivocal, climate change is a threat to human well being and the health of the planet. It is a global challenge that requires local solutions. Any further delay in concerted action will miss a brief and rapidly closing window to secure a livable future. We would therefore appreciate access to the opinions and data used by your experts and scientists who feel that drawing additional water, particularly surface water, from the Pine Creek Valley is scientifically sound.

Your letter denying a public hearing also states there are no concerns related to the JP Wiebe Ltd application that can not be addressed through license conditions. In addition, we were told JP Wiebe Ltd was instructed not to use that unlicensed infrastructure to irrigate fields until such time that a licence was approved. Yet, their own Environmental License application states they irrigated unlicensed fields F17 and F19 in How do your suggested licensing conditions address what appears to be a disregard for licensing requirements?

Our water is a critical and limited resource that we as a community can fairly expect requires absolute compliance to license requirements and stringent usage monitoring rather than relying on the privileged few who use our water to self report. Ninety percent of our prairie wetlands has been lost to us yet it is our understanding an Environmental License has never been denied. That would suggest license conditions, as the Minister proposes, are not sufficiently protecting our habitats, the species they support and functions they provide.

It is time for change. It is time for transparency, for accountability and for better water usage practices. As Minister of Environment, Climate and Parks you certainly would understand the consequences of inaction are dire. In the absence of a public hearing we respectfully request a meeting with yourself and the Director of Environmental Approvals so that a few community members, representing the larger group opposing the JP Wiebe Ltd license, might ask questions related to both this specific license and water allocation in general.

Our hope is that dialogue will clarify any misconceptions and begin a process of necessary change if we are to protect our vital habitats and limited resources. Mazier parl. What are the consequences of non-compliance on water licenses, why are we still having producers self report water usage, what better water usage practices are we implementing?

These questions, and more, impact our habitats and each and every member of our community. This ad space is paid for by area residents concerned about the Pine Creek Irrigation Project. On that day, the organization will be holding its first in-person Sustainable Energy Conference after going virtual the past two years. It is expected to conclude between and p.

For the group, that means it must be environmentally, financially and socially sustainable. We could generate a significant amount of our own power and use it locally, whether it be solar panels on community centres to power the community centre or sports centre, and nearby buildings. At the conference, some examples of biomass usage for grain drying, heating livestock facilities and more will be on display.

A rise in interest A s an organizat ion, ManSEA has recognized a considerable interest being taken in sustainable energy in the province this year, such as increased news coverage regarding the impacts of climate change. Eric L. Bibeau, P. Time for questions will be provided following each presentation during the panel discussions and at least one panel will be held to discuss the opportunities and challenges to increase the usage of sustainable energy in Manitoba.

Pre-registration is recommended, but not required. Attendees can also register on-location, starting at a. Pictured are the winners of the three events for the Gladstone Open Curling Bonspiel that was played this past weekend Mar. A huge thank you goes out to the planning committee, volunteers, curlers and spectators who came out for the weekend to enjoy all the festivities. Lots of laughs were had and memories made, from the great food, to the costume contest, to the overall great curling.

High-moisture crops are taking the hay and forage industry by storm and they are here to stay. Of course, it takes a tough baler to handle the added tonnage of high-moisture hay. The Vermeer Pro Generation 3 baler is built from the ground up in Pella, Iowa, to bale wet, heavy crops but with the versatility to also bale your dry hay.

The strength comes from a heavy frame, large bearings, heavy-duty chains and poly pickup bands. The swift cutting action from the knife chopper system. Smart features to be able to read real-time field stats through the in-cab color, touch-screen control system. And the simplicity of the new netwrap system located on the rear of the machine.

Vermeer Corporation reserves the right to make changes in engineering, design and specifications; add improvements; or discontinue manufacturing or distribution at any time without notice or obligation. Equipment shown is for illustrative purposes only and may display optional accessories or components specific to their global region.

Please contact your local Vermeer dealer for more information on machine specifications. All Rights Reserved. The third game of the series was played on Wednesday, Mar.

A talented crop of players hit the ice last weekend for the Neepawa Titans annual spring prospects camp. The event was held at the Yellowhead Arena Mar. We have close to 70 kids out here. Everyone went through a practice session and then played games on Friday and Saturday. In game one, the Border Kings picked up a dominant win. Perkins Greg Perkins Dr. Greg four goals on the night. Derek Papegnies Dr. For game two in Minne-. Please preregister by calling the Admin office at Advance tickets sales begin Friday, April 1, am.

Call Approximately 80 eight-foot tables. May contain guns and related items, military items, hobbies, crafts, antiques, hockey cards, Indian artifacts. Something of interest for everyone. This is a buying, selling, trading show. Bring your guns and collectibles. Buy-sell-trade or have appraised. For information phone Crisis Pregnancy Centre Winnipeg: Need to talk? Call our free help line, or contact our Westman office: Park, camping and sports facilities, rink, curling ice, kitchen and lounge.

Ken Waddell, publisher. For Sale: older 1 and half storey house on large double lot. Has new electrical and wood burning chimney, garden, fruit tress and well. Property is to be sold as is. Contact Full training will be provided. Friendly staff. Kindly send resume to adc.

Apply NOW; quickest refund Nationwide! Providing assistance during Covid. The purpose of the hearing is to allow any interested person to make a representation, ask questions or register an objection.

Copies of the proposed financial plan can be viewed online at www. Thank you for the flowers, visits, phone calls, food, letters, cards, and donations in memory of Barry. Special thanks to the paramedics, doctors and nurses at the Brandon and Neepawa Hospitals for their care and compassion. Thank you to nieces Judy and Linda. To those who made trips to Brandon and Neepawa – Thank you.

Storage vans semi trailers for rent or sale. To control soil borne diseases on the golf course. The fungicides to be used include: Daconil, Hertiage Maxx, Instrata 2. To control noxious weeds on the golf course. The herbicides to be used include: 2,4-D, Gylphosate, Mecoprop The projected dates of application will be from May 1 to October 31, The public may send written submissions or objections within 15 days of the publication of the notice to the department below.

Dated this 25th day of March, Colleen Synchyshyn, C. We have had much help and a few different players to accomplish this. Thank you to Kayla Hunter for playing when we needed you. It was so much fun. You were a great addition to our team.

We are very thankful for our amazing family and friends that continue to support our team. We are grateful for our coaches and mentors that continue to help us to become a better team. Thank you to all our amazing, supportive sponsors for sticking with us and helping to make this possible. Stella-Jones Inc. To be eligible for Kindergarten, a child must be five years of age on or before December 31, Please call Mrs.

The presentation will provide an overview of the proposed financial plan followed by a forum for questions and comments from the public. The purpose of the hearing is to allow any interested person to make a representation, ask questions, or register an objection. Copies of the proposed financial plan are available on our website www.

Questions and remarks may also be directed by letter to our Chief Administrative Officer or through email address: cao townofcarberry. Council encourages you to attend. Interested individuals are encouraged to register with the town office, , for the hearing by April 8th. Tuesday to Friday. At this time the Senior Election Official SEO will be available to update the voters list by: a adding the names of voters who are entitled to have their names on the list; b deleting the names of persons who are not entitled to have their names on the list; and c making such other correction of errors to the list as required.

The application may be submitted in person, by mail or email and must include your name, address and include proof of identity. All changes to the voters list must be completed on or before September 20, The projected dates of application will be from May 1, to November, Box 28, Ste.

Rose du Lac MB. R0L 1S0. Where minor impacts may occur or wetlands may be impacted or compromised, another wooded area, natural lands, or wetland area within the same property shall be restored to ensure no net loss. AND that all citizens and ratepayers and land improvements must recognize environmental responsibility based on: E. People are encouraged to submit their comments or questions in advance of the public hearing by mail or email.

All submissions will be read at the public hearing. Written objections may be filed with the C. All objections, written or verbal, must be filed prior to the adjournment of the hearing and must include the name, address and property description of the person filing the objection and the grounds of their objection. A copy of the amending by-law and latest zoning by-law may be inspected on the Municipal Website: www.

The Food Manager Trainee will learn all aspects of managing the day-to-day operations of the food store and in achieving department goals. Must be mobile within the Heritage Co-op trading area and must be available to work a variety of shifts including days, evenings and weekends. Process Close Date: April 15, For more information visit our job board at www. Loaded and empty miles paid! Contact us or submit your resume: Phone: MNP is looking looking forenthusiastic an enthusiastic individual to join team in our and Neepawa offices as Seasonal Tax Preparers.

Portage La Prairie office as a full-time Administrative Assistant. Only those selected for an interview will We Only those thoseselected selectedfor foran aninterview interviewwill will Wethank thankall allcandidates candidates for for applying.

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