• Long day of health care lobbying in Winnipeg

    Long day of health care lobbying in Winnipeg

    Those involved in the long day of lobbying in the provincial capital on May 9 are hoping it will have an impact on a couple of health care fronts.

    Members of Boissevain-Morton Council and a hard-working committee visited the Legislature to meet with the Minister of Health and members of his team for the whole day. The purpose, according to Mayor David Stead, was to present some concerns on a couple of community topics.

    “We had quite a few meetings there,” Stead explained. “The main point was to talk about losing the ambulance and trying to keep that.”

  • Seeding underway, rain needed soon

    Seeding underway, rain needed soon

    Although seeding has started in the area, there is a definite need for precipitation.

    Farmers have hit the land, and one thing they do not have to worry about is drying their fields. In fact, a little rain soon would be very helpful. This was a year of very little snow, and so far, almost no rain – although there were reports of precipitation south at Lake George and southwest in the Lake Metigoshe area. This is a combination that makes for dry land.

  • New Peace Garden CEO learning on the job

    New Peace Garden CEO learning on the job

    Tim Chapman is hoping his new position at the International Peace Garden will be one for a lifetime.

    Chapman arrived at the Garden and his new CEO position on Thursday, April 26, and he is getting settled in.

    “It’s going really well,” said Chapman, who replaces Garry Enns. “I was at the first annual meeting, and it was really informative. Everything is going in a good direction and I’m glad to be a part of it.”

  • Town Wide Garage Sales

    Town Wide Garage Sales

    Saturday, May 5

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