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.


Plans announced for future health care developments

While working on developing a new centre for senior living, those involved are already looking toward the next step. For the last while, community leaders have been planning and developing an assiste... read more..



Chase the Ace building jackpot

A popular fundraiser for the Boissevain Lions Club is reaching its end for this year, with the pot building into a solid winner. Chase the Ace is held by the Boissevain Lions at the Home Hotel along ... read more..

Council present proposed tax balancing levy

With a priority given to easing the tax burden on those with higher assessed property, Boissevain-Morton Council presented and explained their proposed expansion of a special services levy to the urba... read more..


A Celebration of Life for Randy Turner

Burton Cummings TheatreApril 8, 2019 EmceeMaureen Fitzhenry Song by Issy Dahl & Evan Rogalsky SpeakersZach Turner, nephewKent Turner, brother Visual Presentation SpeakersWes MorningstarBob Ir... read more..


Carbon tax to have impact locally

Although it officially started on April 1, the new carbon tax in Manitoba is no joke. The first of the month saw the imposition of a new and controversial tax on emissions. Prime Minister Trudeau’s g... read more..


Border Kings take first THHL title

It might have been hard to see when he first got involved in the Boissevain Border Kings reboot, but Saturday night was what Manager Ed Dyck had in mind all along. On March 23, the Kings made it a th... read more..

Craft beer night introduces Manitoba products, raises funds

Although numbers might have been down from previous years, Prairie Partners once again were able to connect locals with made-in-Manitoba beverages to raise money for a worthy cause. The night before ... read more..


Minto trying to reverse business losses 

With some help from the Municipality of Grassland, Minto is looking to turn around at least some of their recent business losses. A small but vibrant community, Minto has seen some unfortunate shut d... read more..



Search for driver replacement highlights handi-van importance

As they say farewell to their head driver and search for a replacement, the Boissevain Transit Committee realizes the importance of their continuing service. On March 1, Ken Dixon retired from drivin... read more..


Municipality fighting for two mill rates between town and rural, preparing for one

Although willing to continue to fight for what works best, Boissevain-Morton Council also does not want to hit a deadline without working out options. Council held a meeting with the public on Februa... read more..

Ag industry gives opportunity to immigrants

The agriculture industry in this area has given opportunity to many. Historically, many immigrants have come to Manitoba to farm and work in  agriculturally based pursuits. In the past, they were most... read more..



The significance of Louis Riel Day

With the special holiday coming this weekend, Southwest Region Director for the Manitoba Metis Federation Will Goodon understands the work needs to continue to improve the lives of his people. Goodon... read more..


SnoMan trail returns to Boissevain 

For the first time in several winters, a groomed snowmobile trail connects to Boissevain. In January, volunteers helped get signs up on the new trail in town. According to Greg Graham, the developmen... read more..


Popular activities abound at Westview

  Although winter might be at its most bitter, Westview Lodge residents do not have to worry about being bored, just with keeping up to the schedule. The senior’s residence has plenty of activities ... read more..


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