Monthly Archive

August 2017

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 8 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.

Proponents look to improve park

Areas like the Turtle Mountain Provincial Park are important to the region, its visitors and its outdoor enthusiasts, and a group is in the process of forming to try to protect and improve them. An... read more..

Financial veteran opens Assante office in Boissevain

The financial services giant Assante might be new to Boissevain, but the face representing it will be familiar to the community. Cheryl McTaggart, a financial planner with Assante Financial Managem... read more..

Making death dignified

Those who have travelled the path to the last breath of a family member or dear friend, will strongly acknowledge that all Canadians should have access to the best care that we can offer in their jour... read more..

60 years ago, August 1957, torrential downpour, havoc to crops, roads and homes

It might be 60 years since the area saw its greatest rainfall, but for those around Whitewater Lake, 2017 has its similarities. In August of 1957, the Boissevain area was absolutely drenched, in a ... read more..

Boissevain makes good impression on CIB judges

For Larry Hall, Communities in Bloom might be a little misnamed. Hall and Marylaine de Chantal were taking the trip through Boissevain on July 21 as a part of the annual beautification competition.... read more..

Sweetheart pin

Ashley Newton made an interesting historical discovery on Arbor Island on Canada Day. The daughter in law of Lynn and Leone Newton was using a metal detector to scan their cottage lot at Lake Max. ... read more..

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