Monthly Archive

January 2018

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

Changes to pharmacy services for care homes concerning

A drop in business for local pharmacies might also create problems for vulnerable clients due to a change made by the province regarding supplying medications to personal care homes. A recent annou... read more..

Preparations begin for highway work

Although spring is not yet in the air, Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation is getting ready for their highway work both inside and outside Boissevain for 2018. Recently, crews have been cutt... read more..

New lagoon for Boissevain being researched

Boissevain-Morton is looking at options to replace an old lagoon before they face fines for its operation. Mayor David Stead said a company did some drilling around the lagoon south of Boissevain i... read more..

Aging Zamboni needs replacing

The aging Zamboni at the Boissevain Arena has been giving some operating problems this season, and the local Boissevain-Morton Recreation Commission are faced with two options, repair their 25 year ol... read more..

Flu bug postpones ‘Still Standing’ filming in Minto - CBC hit comedy show shoot moved to February 1

  Due to illness, the comedy show ‘Still Standing’, that was to be recorded in Minto this Friday, January 19, has been postponed. David Kerr from the production crew of the CBC comedy show confirm... read more..

NDP Leader Wab Kinew stops in Boissevain to chat health care

Manitoba NDP Leader Wab Kinew and NDP Health Critic Andrew Swan made a stop in Boissevain this week to chat about health care and hear from families and seniors about the health care services they nee... read more..

Plenty of issues upcoming says local MP

Brandon-Souris MP Larry Maguire said there are a lot of issues that need attention and resolution in Canada and that he and his cohorts are getting ready to go back to work on them. Maguire was in ... read more..

Youth hockey doing well in three communities

The traditional winter sport of youth continues to do well in the area. Boissevain Minor Hockey is once again in good shape. The 2017-18 season shows how well the game continues to hold together ye... read more..

Numbers up for figure skating in Boissevain

If numbers are an indicator, the Boissevain Skating Club is in fine form for this winter season. Carol Light has coached the figure skating group for the past several seasons and from its beginning... read more..

Gymnastics still going strong in Boissevain

With it remaining a regional draw, the Turtle Mountain Twisters gymnastic club continues to go strong even after four decades. Long-time coach Don Anweiler said the 2017-18 season has started stron... read more..

Gossip tabloids mistake Wes Stobbe for Olivia Newton-John’s lost boyfriend

  It is not every day that you can look at the cover of a supermarket tabloid and see your own face. But this was the reality for Boissevain native Wes Stobbe, who has been, to his surprise, ident... read more..

Top Story of 2017

The biggest story in Boissevain-Morton for 2017 was the end of an era in the mayor’s office. On November 6, Mayor Ed Anderson, who had occupied that position since 1989, officially stepped down. It... read more..

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