Monthly Archive

January 2017

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 7 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.

New stop signs coming for Broadway crossing

Drivers in Boissevain will have to stop before crossing at another railway site in town. The Municipality of Boissevain-Morton received notice from the Canadian Pacific Railway, whose tracks cut th... read more..

Garden to host Cross Country Ski Championships

Pauline Nadlersmith is hoping the upcoming ski racing in the International Peace Garden will help skiers realize how great the trails are in the whole area. Nadlersmith is organizing the Manitoba P... read more..

Group looks to future with soybean production

Can Western Manitoba find ways to benefit from the projected growth in soybean acres? A recently started group thinks so. The Westman Opportunities Leadership Group (WOLG) is in the beginnings of s... read more..

Exciting new plans for Red Coat Inn

The use might change, but new owners have definite plans to keep the Red Coat Inn building a part of Boissevain. The old motel, which has been closed since 2015, was recently taken over by Gene Unr... read more..

Lots of snow, but not all snowmobile trails open

Lots of snow should mean lots of snowmobiling. Sometimes, however, challenges come that make it difficult to get the grooming done. To some degree, this has happened in areas of Southwestern Manitoba.... read more..

Prairie Partners wants to help disability sector

With a couple of important meetings coming up, Prairie Partners is hoping to play a role in making improvements to the system that supports those with disabilities. According to Prairie Partners ge... read more..

Handi-Transit provides 6,000 rides in 2016

 The Boissevain Morton Handi-Transit Service have started off the new year with a new Handi-Van. With the abundance of snow and poor driving conditions the community has been dealt with this winter... read more..

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