Monthly Archive

November 2017

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 16 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.

Full house discuss health care future

Regardless of whether or not the task force’s recommendations get forwarded to the Province, no one can accuse the people of Boissevain-Morton of indifference toward the future of heath care in their ... read more..

Historical Canada 150 series features two books by Boissevain author

Julie Kentner has made a unique contribution to Canada’s 150th anniversary in a way that will be remembered for years to come. The Boissevain native, who now serves as a Communications Officer with... read more..

Boissevain photos part of pictorial look at province

After taking a thought provoking look at Winnipeg, it was a natural for Bryan Scott and Bartley Kives to make their next project a peek outside of the perimeter. One of the communities that made the c... read more..


In with the new... New mayor looks to priorities

  The new head of Boissevain-Morton Council is looking to continue the successful work of the municipality until the next election and then see what his future will bring. Veteran Councillor David... read more..

Community Foundation awards grants

Community organizations once again benefitted from the Boissevain-Morton Foundation granting process, and the board is seeing a greater ability to make decisions than in the past. The Foundation he... read more..

Health Care Task Force host community feedback meeting

The Western Manitoba Health Care Task Force, with membership from nine municipalities in southwestern Manitoba, will host a number of community information meetings to present their preliminary recomm... read more..


End of an era as Mayor Anderson steps down

A change in the mayoral chair in 1989 did not look like such a big deal at the time. But here we are in 2017 facing the move again for the first time since. On Monday, Mayor Ed Anderson, after near... read more..

Retired CAO proud of community accomplishments

For more than twenty years, Boissevain-Morton CAO Lloyd Leganchuk was the quiet, steady and determined backbone for community growth and development. He gives credit to everyone involved, but does tak... read more..

Veterans book has Boissevain connection

  Former Boissevain residents Ralph and Barb Shorey have a well-deserved place in a new book about the experiences of World War Two veterans. ‘Oh, Silent Cross’ by Harry McFee, which has the stori... read more..


Winter stops Highway #10 project, 80% complete

Despite the best plans of mice and men, Highway #10 will not be completed in 2017. Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation is finishing up what it can for the winter and planning to get right back ... read more..

Six RV camping spots to be added

With some help from the spot’s founding fathers, Boissevain-Morton is in the middle of addressing “no vacancy” issues at the campground. The Council, along with the Recreation Commission, has been ... read more..

Prairie Partners plan for future ... Building upgrades and service expansion

  A few new people, some developing services and a bit of work to some buildings will help Prairie Partners continue their always-important presence in the community. Shortly after their AGM on Oc... read more..


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