Monthly Archive

March 2017

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 18 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.

Regional task force to discuss health care future

Hopes are that by working together on health care, local municipalities can protect what they have and build into the future. Plans are for representatives from several corporations to meet this sp... read more..

Premier says budget constraints will make Whitewater Lake flooding relief difficult

Although Premier Brian Pallister is sympathetic, those involved in trying to get help to solve the Whitewater Lake problem might have to wait a bit for it. The Manitoba leader was in Boissevain wit... read more..

Peace Tower comes down

Last week, demolition crews at the International Peace Garden used a tow truck to pull the towers over, one by one. Now that the iconic towers are down, the focus at the International Peace Garden ... read more..

Lucky kidney recipient promotes organ donations

Jess Stobbe knows how important organ donations are and how lucky she is in her situation. The Boissevain resident and wife of Nevin Stobbe is recovering from her second kidney transplant. Recently... read more..

End of local blood clinics

The closure of the Canadian Blood Services Clinic in Brandon will not only impact collection in the Wheat City but also eliminate it in 11 rural communities. Boissevain is one of them. Recently, CB... read more..

Foundation seeks more grant applicants

With two successful applicants ready to put their money to use, the Boissevain & Morton Foundation is looking for more to help celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday. Last year, the Community Founda... read more..

Workman retires from Highways

A job that started because of his friends became a nearly four-decade career for Greg Workman. The Senior Project Manager at the Boissevain Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation office formall... read more..

Community rallies behind local family

The family of Neva Nowazek is thankful for the support the community of Boissevain is once again showing one of their own. The 15-year old girl suffers from a rare and little known condition called... read more..

Fun and learning, low turnout for tech day

Although there were plenty of speakers and one very interesting activity, there were not as many people as hoped taking advantage of the recent Tech Day. The Technology in Rural Communities day was... read more..

Winter’s last stand?

Fans of snowstorms are getting their money’s worth this winter. Starting on Monday, March 6, the province was once again inundated with Mother Nature’s fury. It was all packed into one day. Startin... read more..

Minto windfall attracting attention

The very generous bequest and how they will use it has generated more attention for Minto than they expected. The village received word about a year ago that they would be receiving at least $55,00... read more..

Mumps case at Boissevain School prompts warning

Although there has been no verified outbreak, Turtle Mountain School Division (TMSD) is warning parents to keep an eye out for the mumps. This past week, Boissevain School did send a letter out to ... read more..

Holes drilled, some fish caught at Lions Fish Derby

Holes were drilled, some fish were caught, and the Lions Fish Derby a great success.   The Boissevain Lions Club hosted their 12th annual Fishing Derby at the Boissevain Reservoir on Sunday, Februa... read more..

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