BR_Ag Issue 2021

Monthly Archive

2019

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 97 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.


Wet, cool weather delays harvest

As soon as Mother Nature allows, farmers would like to get back in the fields and combine what looks to be a decent crop. In a rather odd year, the weather patterns in the area are kicking up another... read more..

Western Archrib invest $3 million on Boissevain expansion

When all is said and done by 2022, Western Archrib in Boissevain will be ready to take on all comers in glulam production. On August 22, the company announced a major expansion project, to the tune o... read more..



Start of assisted living delayed to September

The exercise in democracy is playing a role in the delay of the local assisted living project. Originally, the 35-unit facility was to have its groundbreaking by the end of August. However, as is not... read more..


Highways to return passing lane to #10 south

Sometimes agitation towards a goal can bring positive results. This is the case for the residents on #10 Highway south of Boissevain. Since Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation completed the re... read more..


New door manufacturing business for Boissevain

It might not be exactly the same, but the story of an upcoming manufacturing business is similar to an old Remington shaver commercial. Partners Robert Dyck and Trevor Hicks did not like Findoor so m... read more..


Council approve HyLife hog barn with conditions

If conditions are met, Boissevain-Morton will have a new hog barn On Thursday, July 4, council gave a unanimous thumbs-ups, with Councillor David Stead not voting due to conflict of interest, to a Hy... read more..

Strong turnout, cooperative weather makes fair success

With a good response to a new event and a little help from Mother Nature, the Turtle Mountain Ag Society was able to put together another strong fair. The annual event was held from June 22-23. Featu... read more..



Co-op donate $69K to school for outdoor learning, play space

  Plans for the results of a generous donation to be enjoyed not only by students in Boissevain School, but also the general public this fall. On Monday, June 17, a ceremony was held in the school t... read more..

Summer not complete without 4-H Rally

With 16 clubs and over 150 participants, 4-H Rally Day was another success. On June 7, the 85th annual running of the celebration of 4-H achievement filled the Ag Society grounds. As one of the organ... read more..



Library celebrates 60 years strong

Although it is celebrating its diamond jubilee, and the location is not where it started, Boissevain-Morton Library is not going anywhere. Officially started in 1959, the library is looking back at 6... read more..

Search continues for missing local man

The co-workers of Jason Warren Cathcart Riley are not giving up the search for him. Riley has been missing for over three weeks, after disappearing in Brandon. An employee of Goodon Industries, he wa... read more..



Seeding on home stretch, some canola uncertainty

  With seeding nearing completion, a little warmth and a little precipitation would not be amiss. Spring 2019 has continued to be a bit of a mystery, with warm temperatures mixed with the unseasonab... read more..

Opposition growing to HyLife hog barn development

Although the process might be a little different than the past, the lines being drawn regarding a possible hog barn development in the municipality seem very much like a decade or more ago. Earlier t... read more..


Doctor raises alarm on health care concerns

The lack of consultation with professionals, as well as concerns regarding the deterioration of health care in rural areas, led a locally-raised physician to challenge the government and its handling ... read more..


$100,000 donation helps ball diamond upkeep

With the new minor ball season beginning, a generous donation will be put to use to help the community ball diamonds. In 2018, the Dalrymple family donated $100,000 to minor ball in Boissevain. As Mi... read more..

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